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'''Murakami School''' was the academy that Terra attended after she was freed from her curse of being a stone statue.
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|caption1=The front view of the school
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|type=School
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|first_appearance="[[Things Change]]"
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|inhabitants=[[Terra]]<br>[[Amber]]<br>[[Dionne]]
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'''Murakami School''' was the academy that the supposed Terra attended after she was somehow freed from her curse of being a stone statue.
 
==Characteristics==
 
==Characteristics==
The Murakami School resembled that of a private or Catholic school. All the students wore school uniforms that were black and white. It had many classrooms, a mentioned computer lab, and a school library.
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The Murakami School resembled that of a private or Catholic school. All the students wore school uniforms with a white shirt, blue pants/skirt, and a black tie and shoes. It had many classrooms including a mentioned computer lab and a school library, as well as various hallways.
 
==History==
 
==History==
When [[Beast Boy]] discovered that Terra was no longer a statue, he began searching for her. He found her at the Murakami High School. However, she did not recognize him, have any powers, or remember anything about her past. She was very academically involved at her school, taking a wide range of subjects and being very concerned about studying. Beast Boy was finally able to let go of Terra and their past and allowed both Terra and himself to move on to their own seperate futures.
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When [[Beast Boy]] discovered that Terra was no longer a statue, he began searching for her. He found her (or a girl very much resembling her) at the Murakami High School. However, she did not recognize him, have any powers, or remember anything about her past. She was very academically involved at her school, taking a wide range of subjects and being very concerned about studying. Beast Boy was finally able to let go of Terra and their past and allowed both this "new" Terra and himself to move on to their own separate futures.
 
==Students==
 
==Students==
This academy had three named students:
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This academy had three named students: [[File:Terran.jpg|thumb|"Terra" with her friends at the Murakami School]]
*[[Terra]]
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*[[Terra]] (though she does not go by this name)
 
*[[Amber]]
 
*[[Amber]]
 
*[[Dionne]]
 
*[[Dionne]]
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
*[[Things Change]]
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*"[[Things Change]]"
*Teen Titans Go! Issue #51
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===Teen Titans Go! comics===
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*[[Metamorphosis]]
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*When Beast Boy asked if she remembered anything about her past with the Titans, she replied that all she rememered was high school; therefore, all of Terra's current memory lies within the Murakami School.
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*When Beast Boy asked if she remembered anything about her past with the Titans, this she replied that all she remembered was high school; therefore, all of this Terra's current memory lies within the Murakami School.
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*The school is named after the show's co-creator, producer & character designer: [[Glen Murakami]]. Murakami made numerous contributions to Teen Titans, including giving the show it's american-anime (later dubbed Murakanime) style.
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{{Locations}}
 
[[Category:Locations]]
 
[[Category:Locations]]

Latest revision as of 22:34, May 2, 2020


Murakami School was the academy that the supposed Terra attended after she was somehow freed from her curse of being a stone statue.

CharacteristicsEdit

The Murakami School resembled that of a private or Catholic school. All the students wore school uniforms with a white shirt, blue pants/skirt, and a black tie and shoes. It had many classrooms including a mentioned computer lab and a school library, as well as various hallways.

HistoryEdit

When Beast Boy discovered that Terra was no longer a statue, he began searching for her. He found her (or a girl very much resembling her) at the Murakami High School. However, she did not recognize him, have any powers, or remember anything about her past. She was very academically involved at her school, taking a wide range of subjects and being very concerned about studying. Beast Boy was finally able to let go of Terra and their past and allowed both this "new" Terra and himself to move on to their own separate futures.

StudentsEdit

This academy had three named students:
Terran

"Terra" with her friends at the Murakami School

AppearancesEdit

Teen Titans Go! comicsEdit

TriviaEdit

  • When Beast Boy asked if she remembered anything about her past with the Titans, this she replied that all she remembered was high school; therefore, all of this Terra's current memory lies within the Murakami School.
  • The school is named after the show's co-creator, producer & character designer: Glen Murakami. Murakami made numerous contributions to Teen Titans, including giving the show it's american-anime (later dubbed Murakanime) style.
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