When I thought I couldn't do it, I managed to finish Batman: Arkham City; just the skill tests to do and that's a 100% completion
I thought it would be far larger than what it was, but it turns out to be just as big as Arkham Asylum before it... maybe a little larger, I'm not sure
Also, the DLC story, Harley Quinn's Revenge, has me wondering; just how did someone as dopey as Harley EVER become a psychiatrist in the first place? And to the Joker, no less! Even Robin can defeat her... and that's Tim Drake as Robin, too, not Dick Grayson
I now believe more than ever that The Batman made Harley's backstory more appropriate considering her... *ahem* intellect level across both animated and comic series; going from a talkshow host to the Joker's fangirl fits better than her having an important position as an Arkham Asylum psychiatrist first and then going gaga over the most dangerous man on the planet
But enough about that, you're most likely than not wondering why I'm posting this, right?
Oh, ok then, I'll explain anyway
Back when Teen Titans was being aired, I made my own OC for it and of course, he was romantically involved with Raven... and named Falcon
I KNOW, SO FUCKING ORIGINAL, RIGHT?
So I tried overhauling that terribad idea in order to make him a more reasonable character and decided to cross him over with my Batman character Stalker, so as to share a brotherly relationship
The finished result is... eh, still not the best, I'll let you be the judge
As the youngest in a large family, Mason Roberts was paid very little attention as his older siblings were either on the school sports teams or got straight-A's, but it was after taking in an injured raven and nursing it back to health that people began to pay attention; after one of his brothers threatened to throw the still injured bird back out on its own, Mason demanded he go away and the brother was thrown from the room with incredible force, smashing through solid brick onto the front yard. Fearing the consequences of his actions, Mason took the raven and ran from the house, continuing to run until he had become lost in the city backstreets; being approached by a knife-wielding thug, Mason's order for him to back off caused the thug crashing into a group of trashcans, sending him running and leaving young Mason frightened about what was going on.
A tall gentleman calling himself Arthur soon approached Mason and offered him a new place to call home as a member of the Watchers in the Wings, a global organisation whose members each possessed a series of telekinetic powers and used them to protect those in danger from supernatural threats; accepting the stranger's offer, Mason was put to the test by Arthur and trained to not only control his new powers, but also taught various forms of swordsplay and hand-to-hand combat, eventually graduating from the rookie camp and being promoted to a field agent. Being accompanied by a flock of ravens, including the one he had taken care of, Mason was given the name Falchion for his swift action in the field and his sharp analysis of the situations he was thrown into, with his exploits soon rewarding him with Almace, said to be a legendary sword used in the Battle of Roncevaux Pass; despite being given such an artifact, Falchion swore never to use the blade for killing another human, rather using its might to defend innocents from the supernatural forces that would harm them.
Real name: Mason Roberts
Occupation: Field Agent (Watchers in the Wings)
Base of operations: Mobile (North America)
Height: 5ft 6
First Appearence: Falchion (2013)
>Skilled in the ways of swordsplay and hand-to-hand combat
>Accompanied by a flock of ravens
>Possesses telekinetic powers, enhanced by the presence of the flock
>Uses a handful of Batman-designed gadgets from training with Stalker
>Wields the sword Almace, said to be the weapon of Archbishop Turpin from "The Song of Roland"
Well, that was fun, wasn't it?
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