After Trigon is humiliated by his original counterpart, he eats him. Thanks to that, they are able to transform into one giant demon monster known as Hexagon. The Titans get some help from other multi-verse Titans to fight him. Hexagon has a hard time trying to beat of all them, but decides to unleash his power, hurting all of them at the same time. He uses his fire breath attack to destroy the Ravens, but fails as the Ravens use their powers to protect themselves with some city buildings. He then decides to go after the two Robins. He almost got them, but his daughter returns to the fight, ready to defeat him as she transforms into The Unkindness. They have an epic fight, and Hexagon is about to defeat her. But due to the Titans fast thinking, the Worlogog is destroyed, and Raven can finally defeat her father. Hexagon disappears as both Trigons are separated.
Although a combination of the two Trigons, Hexagon appears to be identical to the original Trigon, likely due to the original Trigon's influence. Like the original Trigon, Hexagon possesses fierce intimidation, lust for power, hatred of the Teen Titans, and loses the slightly more jovial and humorous personality the Teen Titans Go! Trigon once had. Like the original Trigon, Hexagon is extremely confident in his abilities, but this is also the hubris which has led to his defeat.
Powers and Abilities
Being a combination of both Trigons, Hexagon is arguably one of the most, if not most powerful being in the universe, possessing double the power of Trigon.
- Super Strength: Being the combinations of two Trigons, he is a very powerful demon.
- Fire Breath: Hexagon is able to throw flames out of his mouth.
- Telekinesis: He can levitate objects, as seen when he fight all of the Titans.
- Sword and Shield: He can create objects with his magic.
- Lasers: He can shoot lasers through his eyes.
- Teen Titans Go! vs Teen Titans (debut)
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