";s:4:"text";s:3815:"Nyssa al Ghul and Thea Queen. She was the last leader of the League of Assasins and is the only living person that has held the title. ... Nyssa al Ghul and Green Arrow. Through a series of flashbacks, Mia went toe-to-toe with Nyssa through various stages of her life. As revealed in "Star City 2040," the latest episode of Arrow, Felicity enlisted a little help from Nyssa al Ghul. "Ra's al Ghul" (Arabic: رأس الغول Raʾs al-Ġūl; for Demon's Head) (before 1854—May 13, 2015) was the title of an otherwise unidentified man who was the leader of the League of Assassins. During the second season, she was revealed to be in a relationship with Nyssa al Ghul, the daughter of Ra's al Ghul.Sara has since died, … Nyssa is a former member of the League of Assassins and a former member of Team Arrow. Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law)/Gallery < Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law) View source. Nyssa is the daughter of Ra's Al Ghul and sister of Talia Al Ghul. Add a photo to this gallery. Nyssa later becomes the wife of Oliver Queen, who has joined the league in the attempt to defeat Ra's. She is portrayed by Katrina Law. Nyssa al Ghul; Barbara Gordon; Kate Kane; Action/Adventure; Romance; Mystery; Alternate Universe - Canon Divergence; pro Donald Trump refernce; Crime Fighting; Summary. She is also the daughter of Ra's al Ghul and Lourdes (both deceased), the half-sister of Talia al Ghul, half-sister of Saracon, the wife of Oliver Queen, the sister-in-law of Thea Queen, the ex-lover of Sara Lance, and the former mentor/close friend of the late Laurel Lance. Add a photo to this gallery. She is the daughter of Ra's al Ghul, sister of Talia al Ghul and a high-ranking member of the League of Assassins. History Talk (0) Share. The episode handily answered the question of Mia's training. As it turns out, Nyssa was a constant in Mia's life as she was growing up. Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law) Nyssa al Ghul is a deadly assassin appearing in Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow.Her existence was first hinted at in the Arrow episode “League of Assassins”, when a member of the League of Assassins refers to “the child of Ra’s al Ghul”.