The Lazarus Pit is named after Lazarus, the biblical figure whom Christ resurrected from the dead. The Church of Blood possesses a device that functions similarly to that of a Lazarus Pit. Raven once used one of these pits to resurrect her former college classmate, Jericho. See Also. Appearances of Lazarus Pit; Item Gallery: Lazarus Pit
Lazarus Pits are composed of a unique unknown chemical blend that bubbles up somewhere within the Earth's crust to the surface at key points on Earth, typically at the junction of ley lines. The substance possesses the ability to rejuvenate the sick, injured and even resurrect the dead.
The Lazarus Pit, historically known as the Fountain of Youth, is a pool of regenerative waters that allowed the user to heal themselves of any wounds, or even prevent aging to a certain extent. The Pit can be found only at specific intersections of Earth 's ley lines .
The Lazarus Pit was a natural phenomenon of mythical vats of arcane chemicals which had blended together to create a revolutionary regenerative serum that was used most commonly used by Ra's al Ghul to ensure his longevity and eternal youth as well heal all of his wounds instantaneously.
The Lazarus Pit is a mysterious pit of eldritch waters with the power to restore life and heal life-threatening injuries. The exact origin of the Lazarus Pits are unknown but they have existed for thousands of years.
The Lazarus Pit, historically known as the Fountain of Youth, is a pool of regenerative waters that allows the user to heal themselves of any wounds, or even prevent aging to a certain extent. The pit can be found only at specific intersections of Earth's Ley lines. The only known Lazarus Pits are located in; the remote region known as, Nanda Parbat, and Themyscira.
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In hindsight, the Lazarus pit causing Jason Todd's Red Hood transformation makes far more sense than Scarecrow's psychological manipulation or Bruce Wayne's fatherly failings. Before getting himself murdered by Joker, Jason was certainly on the road to villainy, but hadn't done anything truly irredeemable.
The name of the pit, Lazarus, is actually named after a Biblical figure named Lazarus of Bethany, from the Gospel of John. According to the Bible, Christ resurrected Lazarus of Bethany from the dead after he was already in the tomb for four days– which means the name "Lazarus Pit" is somewhat appropriate.
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