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He returns five years later a changed man, determined to clean up the city as a hooded vigilante armed with a bow.

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Following the battle on Lian Yu, Dinah is upgraded from a detective to police lieutenant. In flashbacks, Dinah was almost killed by Black Siren before being saved by Quentin.

She later finds out that her former partner-lover Vincent Sobel is alive and is the Vigilante. She resumes her relationship with him before he is killed by Black Siren.

She goes on a killing spree, targeting Black Siren and her allies. She is later fired from her job after Oliver fires the corrupt police captain, Kimberly Hill.

Before leaving the desk, she fires Dinah and the rest of the honest cops. Dinah and Black Siren become allies when Quentin is shot by Ricardo Diaz.

In season seven , Dinah is once again part of the SCPD. She is outed as the Black Canary, when she uses her canary cry to save Mayor Pollard's life.

When Dinah has her throat slit by Stanley Dover , she loses her ability to perform the canary cry. She is eventually given Sara Lance's old tech collar, which enables her to perform the cry again.

In a flashforward to , Dinah is part of a vigilante resistance group called the Canary Network. After the defeat of Galaxy One, Dinah departs Star City, leaving Zoe Ramirez in charge of the Canary Network.

In season eight, Dinah learns details about her future self after adult versions William Clayton, Mia Smoak, and Connor Hawke arrived from the year Intrigues with her counterpart's actions with the Canary Network with Laurel's future self, she and Laurel are planning to start it decades earlier than expected.

Following the Crisis and the formation of Earth-Prime, Dinah is no longer sporting her throat injury. Following Oliver's funeral, she turns down a promotion and relocates to Metropolis.

Laurel later found her in operating a nightclub where she mentioned that she woke up in the day after Oliver's funeral and that she seems to have been completely erased from existence and that there is no documentation of her or Black Canary.

She is defeated by Green Arrow and arrested by the police and is later killed when Earth-2 is destroyed. Ricardo Diaz portrayed by Kirk Acevedo ; main: season 7; recurring: season 6 , when he first appears, is a drug lord, who leads a team street criminals and scientists in the development of an experimental steroid used by John Diggle to work around his tremors.

He is later revealed to be the main antagonist of season six, who manipulates events of Oliver Queen and Cayden James' lives behind the scenes, and kills James upon admitting that he orchestrated his son's death and prepares to launch his own scheme upon Star City while getting its judges, politicians and police officers on his payroll.

With help from Samanda Watson and the FBI, the politicians and police officers that are on Diaz's payroll are arrested.

Diaz mortally wounds Quentin Lance, but manages to evade capture when he is knocked off a building by Black Siren and lands in water.

Now in hiding from both the federal authorities and Oliver Queen's allies for his machinations, Diaz is vengeful towards Oliver for crippling his criminal empire.

In season seven, Diaz contacts some unnamed inmates inside Slabside Maximum Security Prison to make Oliver's time there miserable, while also targeting his wife Felicity outside of prison.

Having hired new allies, the Longbow Hunters, Diaz gets his hands on a drug, which gives him super super-strength. He then targets Anatoly Knyazev for betraying him when he worked with Cayden James, but is captured by John Diggle, who is helped by an unidentified new Green Arrow Emiko Queen.

When Diaz is brought to Slabside Maximum Security Prison, he bribes himself free, takes control of the prison and releases all inmates from their cells in an attempt to get Oliver.

With help from Bronze Tiger, Oliver subdues most of the inmates and finally beats Diaz in his cell. Later, when A. They successfully track down Dante, but during the mission to apprehend him, Diaz uses a defibrillator to short out his implant and exposes the set up to Dante.

This leads to Dante killing the Deputy Director of A. Felicity confronts Diaz and holds him at gunpoint until Diggle knocks him out.

Diaz is sent back to Slabside for going against his deal. While in his solitary cell, an unknown person floods his cell with gasoline from the sprinklers and then lights him on fire.

Ben Turner reveals to Laurel Lance Earth-2 that it was the new Green Arrow, who killed Diaz. The character is based on the New 52 version of Richard Dragon who goes by the name of Ricardo Diaz Jr.

Emiko Queen portrayed by Sea Shimooka; main: season 7; guest season 8 , also referred to as Emiko Adachi, [22] is Robert Queen's illegitimate daughter and thus Oliver Queen's paternal half-sister.

She is also revealed to be a main antagonist of the season seven arc. When she and her mother are abandoned by Robert Queen, Emiko begins working as a courier for criminal organizations, through which she comes in contact with Dante, a member of the Ninth Circle.

Dante takes Emiko under his wing and starts training her, but she still holds out hope to reconnect with the Queens.

However, Dante tells her to choose between her family and the Ninth Circle. When Robert is unwilling to acknowledge Emiko as his child and turns down her proposal for a company called Queen Materials, Emiko chooses not to give him information about the explosives planted onboard the Queen's Gambit before the voyage where it sank.

Rising through the ranks, Emiko is secretly the leader of the Ninth Circle by the events of season seven. She takes up the mantle of Green Arrow while Oliver Queen is incarcerated at Slabside Maximum Security Prison.

Her mother, Kazumi Adachi, was mysteriously murdered at the Glades a year prior to Oliver's outing as Green Arrow.

Being an accomplished gymnast and trained in combat by Dante, her skills and tactics match Oliver's. She initially had no intention to become a vigilante until her mother's murder.

Needing a disguise, she chooses to have hers based on Oliver's after he reveals himself being the Green Arrow. Therefore, she has legitimate claims to the Green Arrow name based on abilities in addition to being a Queen.

Parallel to Oliver's first year as the Hood, Emiko hunts down people on her list, later revealing that they are possible leads to her mother's killers.

She also steals from them to help those in need. As Green Arrow, she helps in defeating Ricardo Diaz, which allows Oliver to be released from prison.

Because of this, Oliver trusts his mysterious successor despite not knowing the archer's identity, and after he discovers his relation to her, he tries to connect to his half-sister.

Rene Ramirez, who also trusts the archer due to her saving his daughter Zoe's life, serves as a liaison between her and Team Arrow, and later after he discovers her identity and senses that she needs a friend, offers her his friendship.

Emiko's identity as Oliver's half-sister is revealed in the episode "Unmasked", when she visits their father's empty grave. She is determined to avenge her mother's death.

When Oliver resumes his role as the Green Arrow, Emiko adopts a new red outfit similar to her comic book counterpart's and by extension her legal sister Thea's.

The bond between Emiko and Oliver is broken in the episode "Inheritance", when her alliance with Dante and the Ninth Circle is revealed. Eventually, Oliver reveals to Emiko that Dante had her mother killed to manipulate her, which leads to her killing Dante.

Emiko later reveals to Oliver that her goal is to destroy his legacy, forcing him to die as a villain.

Emiko returns to occasionally using the Green Arrow outfit in an attempt to fool the SCPD into thinking that Oliver and his team are behind the terrorist threat facing Star City.

Emiko's focus on her personal vendetta publicly exposes the Ninth Circle. This, combined with her failure to deliver on her promise to destroy Star City and her hesitation to finally kill Oliver, leads to the organization's council turning on her.

Emiko and Oliver fight the Ninth Circle together until Emiko is mortally wounded by Ninth Circle member Beatrice. Emiko dies after making amends with Oliver and is buried under the name "Emiko Adachi Queen".

In season eight following the Crisis and the formation of Earth-Prime, Emiko is alive again as she attends Oliver's funeral.

She is welcomed into the family by Moira. The character is based on the DC Comics character Emiko Queen. Raised in secrecy away from Star City in Bloomfield, a neighborhood for former A.

The two half-siblings, who previously did not know of each other, connect, and Mia asks William about what kind of a man their father was. When battling John Diggle Jr.

Not stranded in the past due to Oliver having allies with means for time travel and thus being able to return home at any time, Mia initially keeps her distance from her father out of resentment, but ultimately decides to get to know him before returning to her time.

During the multi-universal Crisis caused by the Anti-Monitor, Oliver chooses Mia to be his successor as Green Arrow.

After the Crisis, Mia's history has changed. In the new timeline in , Mia grew up with William in Star City as a wealthy heiress, her family's name is redeemed after Oliver's sacrifices as Green Arrow and thus can use her father's surname as Mia Queen, was never trained by Nyssa and is engaged to J.

She is just graduated from college and got a job offer from William. However, Laurel restored Mia's memories and training from the initial timeline, and with the city again at risk of being attacked once more, she becomes the Green Arrow.

Having remembered J. Sara Lance later visited Mia to bring her to Oliver's upcoming funeral. After mentioning how her time period's William was abducted by unknown people, Mia rescues a younger William from her father's old enemy John Byrne.

Afterwards, she provides support to her mother's past self and attend her father's funeral before returning to her own time.

William Clayton portrayed by Ben Lewis ; main: season 8; [33] recurring: season 7 is Oliver's illegitimate son with Samantha Clayton. William first appears in season four as a child, portrayed by Jack Moore.

In season six, William is living with Oliver after his mother Samantha is killed by Prometheus. While his faith in superheroes is shattered after Oliver's failure to his mother, he eventually bonds with him and begins seeing Felicity as a surrogate mother.

She also inspires William into the fields of engineering and technology. In season seven, after becoming the target of criminals like Damien Darhk, Adrian Chase, Ricardo Diaz, and Stanley Dover, William chooses to go live with his grandparents in order to have a normal life away from the Green Arrow.

Unbeknownst to him, his grandparents later sever all of his ties with his father and stepmother, leading him to believe that they have abandoned him.

In the flashforwards, William is a wealthy adult and the owner of a company called Harris Consolidated, secretly funded by Felicity and thus a schism of SmoakTech.

Following clues left by Felicity, William brings together a group of people that include his father's old associates Dinah Drake and Roy Harper, Zoe Ramirez and Mia Smoak, the secret daughter of Oliver and Felicity.

The two half-siblings form a relationship and together with their allies set out to save Star City. William accepts his role in the mission, defying his stepmother's attempt to bench him.

In addition, William helps in building relationships between his father and Mia. After the Crisis, William's life is altered after a timeline change; he grew up with Mia and is the heir of the Queen Estate and CEO of SmoakTech after his stepmother mysteriously disappeared, and Harris Consolidated does not exist in name since he did not change his in this timeline.

After Mia becomes the Green Arrow, the public suspects William has become his father's successor, and then later kidnapped.

Back in the present, a younger William is abducted as Mia mentions to Team Arrow what happened to her time period's William. He is rescued from John Byrne by Mia, and later bonds with his half-sister's future self.

Connor Hawke portrayed by Joseph David-Jones ; main: season 8; [39] recurring: season 7 is the biological son of Ben Turner.

Appearing as a child portrayed by Aiden Stoxx in the present timeline, John Diggle provides Connor with a safe A. While Connor starts working together with Mia, with the two also sharing a romantic connection, he initially does not reveal his occupation or the fact that he knows her parentage.

He is a recovering drug addict and still having a strained relationship with J. Another version of the character, also played by David-Jones, was originally introduced in Legends of Tomorrow as Oliver Queen's Green Arrow successor of Earth But the name, however, was the alias for John Diggle, Jr.

The character is based on the DC Comics character Connor Hawke. Mar Novu, known as The Monitor portrayed by LaMonica Garrett ; main: season 8; guest: season 7 , is a Multiversal being testing different Earths in the multiverse in preparation for an impending "crisis".

During the Elseworlds crossover, the Monitor makes a deal with Oliver, helping him save Barry Allen and Kara Zor-El in exchange for Oliver's help during the crisis.

In the season seven finale, the Monitor comes to collect Oliver, while also revealing he will die in the crisis. In a flashforward to , Monitor meets with Felicity where he plans to reunite her with Oliver in a location where there is no return.

In season eight, Monitor sends Oliver to Earth-2 to obtain Dwarf Star particles, unique to that universe. In "Fadeout," it is revealed that the location that Monitor took Felicity to was the afterlife.

The character is based on the DC Comics character Monitor. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia list article. Not to be confused with Miscellaneous Symbols and Arrows.

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