Indigo Tribe Warrior
| This minifigure has only appeared in video game(s)|
Although this article is about an official minifigure, it never existed in physical form, or appeared in any official LEGO sets.
|Indigo Tribe Warrior|
See also: Indigo-1
Indigo Power Staff
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Indigo Tribe Warriors are DC Universe Super Heroes minifigures that appear in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham as stock members of the Indigo Tribe.
Description[edit | edit source]
The Indigo Tribe Warriors have green skin and bulbous eyes. They wear an "indigo" (medium lilac) version of Hal Jordan's costume, but with the symbol of the Indigo Tribe on their chest.
Indigo Tribe Warriors have all of the standard Lantern abilities. They can fly, shoot blasts or beams from their staffs, create shields, dig, and build constructs.
Background[edit | edit source]
Members of the Indigo Tribe are Lanterns who channel compassion through their power staffs to create constructs, similar to the Green Lanterns. However, unlike the other Lantern corps, most members of the Indigo Tribe were selected for their inability to feel compassion for other beings, rather than their affinity to inspire or empathize. When their battery loses power of they are separated from their rings, the Indigo Tribesmen often revert to their previous ways. The Indigo Tribe operates out of Nok, which was once a prison planet. It was founded by Abin Sur and is led by Indigo-1, who herself was once his archenemy.
In the video games[edit | edit source]
The Flash, Cyborg, and Martian Manhunter travel to Nok to enlist Indigo-1's help in reverting Earth to its normal size. However, the Justice League is met with hostility because the central power battery has been damaged. The Indigo Tribesmen attack them until the battery is repaired and their rings are repowered.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- In cutscenes, the tribesmen appear with a more yellowish version of the head used in 5002126 Martian Manhunter, but have a different one with larger eyes during gameplay.