Last year I had phil-cho do a couple of characters from Tron: Uprising (which for some odd reason Disney chose to ignore by favoring Marvel and Star Wars, none of which Walt Disney himself would've approved of) and it got me thinking: because I'm still fighting to have Tron: Uprising put back on the air (the show isn't canceled only left on hold, though the story is incomplete since the show takes place before the Tron: Legacy movie) I figured the best way in showing support was to do notable characters both major and minor (and possible extras for amusement). Here's the following:
Once the GCPD is under attack by the militia and if the Bat Family (Azrael, Catwoman, Nightwing, and Robin) are invited, they will participate in defending the police department on both the rooftop and underground access except on engaging the drones (and as an added bonus players would have the opportunity to switch between Batman and his Family depending on those who were recruited, though Azrael can’t perform dual takedowns during the engagements since he doesn't know the Family and Catwoman can’t take down the militia brutes even with Batman’s assistance).
Once the defense of the GCPD is successful, the following sequen
Ever since I played Batman: Arkham Knight several years ago, I felt like something in me died since the creators decided that Batman sever ties with his Family (Robin, Nightwing, Oracle, Catwoman, Lucius Fox, Commissioner Gordon) just to keep them safe. Anyone would know that the Dark Knight is always accompanied by his Family since every one of them represent the embodiment of his emotions and by severing ties with them he was going to become the very thing that he fights on a daily basis. What Rocksteady should've done in Batman: Arkham Knight was combine the Batman: Arkham Series with the Mass Effect Trilogy in terms of having Batman talk