Asteria was a champion of the Amazons. She was one of their greatest warriors, and earned the title The Golden Warrior Asteria. The Amazon Games are held each year in her honor, and a golden statue of her likeness stands tall in the center of the coliseum.
After Diana left the island, she sought the warrior of legend, but could only find her golden armor. She eventually stashed it in a secret room in her home in Washington, D.C..  She eventually wore the armor to fight off Cheetah and Max Lord.
At some point, presumably in 1984, Asteria saved a baby from a falling pole.
Not much is known about Asteria, but she was loyal and brave enough to potentially sacrifice herself for the sake of her sisters, choosing to be left behind to increase their chance of survival, never to see them again.
Powers and abilities
- Amazonian Physiology: Like all Amazons, Asteria possesses physical abilities that are beyond the normal human being. However, as the Golden Warrior, her abilities surpass most other Amazons.
- Superhuman Strength: Like all Amazons, Asteria is superhumanly strong and possesses greater physical strength than the average Amazon as the Golden Warrior. She was able to effortlessly catch a heavy wooden pillar before fell on her.
- Superhuman Durability: Asteria's body is more resistant to physical damage than the body of a human being.
- Superhuman Stamina: Asteria's advanced musculature is considerably more efficient than that of a human. As a result, her muscles virtually do not produce fatigue toxins during physical activity compared to humans and most other members of her race. Her endurance allows her to exercise her maximum capacity for an high period of time without tiring at all.
- Longevity: Like all Amazons, Asteria ages at a rate that is much slower than that of a human being.
- Master Combatant: Asteria is one of the greatest and most legendary warriors of the Amazons. She was able to defeat an army of men using her golden armor.
- Golden armor: As the Golden Warrior, Asteria wore winged, golden armor, which was later found by Princess Diana of Themyscira.
- Amazons - Sisters
To be added
- Asteria is played by Lynda Carter, who played the role of Wonder Woman in the 1975 television series, Wonder Woman.
- A statue of Asteria can be seen at the end of the Amazon Games, but it's golden. In Wonder Woman 1984: The Junior Novel it's stone.
Behind the scenes
To be added
- WONDER WOMAN 1984 Leaked Image Reveals A First Look At Spoiler In The Film's Post-Credits Scene
- Glass, Calliope (July 7, 2020). Wonder Woman 1984: The Junior Novel. United States: HarperCollins.
- Johns, Geoff, Callaham, Dave (writers) & Jenkins, Patty (writer and director) (December 25, 2020). Wonder Woman 1984.
- Wonder Woman 1984 post-credits scene
|Amazons||Hippolyta (queen) | Diana | Antiope † | Menalippe | Venelia † | Phillipus | Acantha | Orana † | Timandra | Artemis | Aella | Penthesilea † | Egeria | Niobe | Trigona † | Euboea † | Epione | Mnemosyne | Eliana | Naomi | Asteria|
|Equipment||God Killer | Sword of Athena | Bracelets of Submission | Lasso of Hestia | Wonder Woman's armor | Wonder Woman's first shield | Wonder Woman's second shield | Asteria's armor|
|Other||Themyscira | Themyscira throne room | Themyscira armory | Themyscira infirmary | Amazonian coliseum | Amazon Games|