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19th Jul '17 1:40:47 PM Collectionchange
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-->'''Officer North''' "Don't worry, I'll take care of Maria"

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-->'''Officer North''' North:''' "Don't worry, I'll take care of Maria"
19th Jul '17 1:40:11 PM Collectionchange
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** The worst part is towards the end, when we hear the mugger (with Scarecrow's voice) gun down Martha. Bruce screams, the gun fires, and Batman ''staggers''. He makes it to his parents' corpses and falls to his knees, and after a brief flash of light, he turns into his eight-year-old self. After a few moments, the Bat-signal shines down on the whole scene.

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** The worst part is towards the end, when we hear the mugger (with Scarecrow's a darkly distorted voice) gun down Martha. Bruce screams, the gun fires, and Batman ''staggers''. He makes it to his parents' corpses and falls to his knees, and after a brief flash of light, he turns into his eight-year-old self. After a few moments, the Bat-signal shines down on the whole scene.



-->"Don't worry, I'll take care of Maria"

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-->"Don't -->'''Officer North''' "Don't worry, I'll take care of Maria"
19th Jul '17 1:38:37 PM Collectionchange
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* So much happens in the Warden's office that you may miss this, but there's a plaque on the wall near his safe that has a dedication on it. "May this secret be as an oasis in a desert of insanity. --Daddy." It's not made clear who put this there, the Warden or Amadaeus, but it serves a sobering reminder that, for all their flaws, they've suffered through just as much loss as Batman has.

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* So much happens in the Warden's office that you may miss this, but there's a plaque on the wall near his safe that has a dedication on it. "May this secret be as an oasis in a desert of insanity. --Daddy." It's not made clear who put this there, the Warden or Amadaeus, but it serves a sobering reminder that, for all their flaws, they've suffered through just as much loss as Batman has.has.
* As you leave the Medical Facility, you run into one of the distinct guards William North, you get a tearjerker laced with a sort of mournful heartwarming. After he tells you about the death of his fellow guards (which you heard earlier thanks to the Joker) he goes to one of the bodies, which he dragged in with him when he took cover and says:
-->"Don't worry, I'll take care of Maria"
2nd Apr '16 9:41:24 PM Cakeman
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*** That's still kinda sad. Puddin' said stop the Bat, so he'll be thrilled when he finds out she trapped him there, and gladly let her back on the party list, right?



* Seeing the dozens upon dozens of corpses of innocent guards and doctors throughout the game. Easily a hundred good men and women dead, and this is just ''one'' time that the Joker will break out. Knowing that Batman will never bring himself to end his archnemesis means that this will happen again, and again, and again...

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* Seeing the dozens upon dozens of corpses of innocent guards and doctors throughout the game. Easily a hundred good men and women dead, and this is just ''one'' time that the Joker will break out. Knowing that Batman will never bring himself to end his archnemesis means that this will happen again, and again, and again...dead.



* So much happens in the Warden's office that you may miss this, but there's a plaque on the wall near his safe that has a dedication on it. "May this secret be as an oasis in a desert of insanity. --Daddy." It's not made clear who put this there, the Warden or Amadaeus, but it serves a sobering reminder that, for all their flaws, they've suffered through just as much loss as Batman has.

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* So much happens in the Warden's office that you may miss this, but there's a plaque on the wall near his safe that has a dedication on it. "May this secret be as an oasis in a desert of insanity. --Daddy." It's not made clear who put this there, the Warden or Amadaeus, but it serves a sobering reminder that, for all their flaws, they've suffered through just as much loss as Batman has.
8th Feb '16 4:29:08 PM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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* Taken even further in the ComicBook/EmperorJoker adaptation, from the WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold animated series. It reveals that "Being sane and normal" is one of Joker's worst fears. So in a sense, these "Rehabilitation sessions" terrify him more than we would assume.

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* ** Taken even further in the ComicBook/EmperorJoker adaptation, from the WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold animated series. It reveals that "Being sane and normal" is one of Joker's worst fears. So in a sense, these "Rehabilitation sessions" terrify him more than we would assume.
9th Jan '16 9:08:24 AM 1204UFP
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* Doctor Young's death in general is pretty damn sad, as she was in the middle of [[TheAtoner atoning for]] invertingly helping the joker make the Titan formula.
** Plus the game heavily implies she had a girlfriend or wife, which means she be leaving a loved one behind.
25th Aug '15 4:03:55 AM Morgenthaler
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** Taken even further in the EmperorJoker adaptation, from the WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold animated series. It reveals that "Being sane and normal" is one of Joker's worst fears. So in a sense, these "Rehabilitation sessions" terrify him more than we would assume.

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** * Taken even further in the EmperorJoker ComicBook/EmperorJoker adaptation, from the WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold animated series. It reveals that "Being sane and normal" is one of Joker's worst fears. So in a sense, these "Rehabilitation sessions" terrify him more than we would assume.
20th Jul '15 2:00:23 PM Anicomicgeek
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* "Why did he do it, officer? Why?"

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* --> "Why did he do it, officer? Why?"
13th Mar '15 9:58:38 AM Morgenthaler
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** Taken even further in the EmperorJoker adaptation, from the BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold animated series. It reveals that "Being sane and normal" is one of Joker's worst fears. So in a sense, these "Rehabilitation sessions" terrify him more than we would assume.

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** Taken even further in the EmperorJoker adaptation, from the BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold animated series. It reveals that "Being sane and normal" is one of Joker's worst fears. So in a sense, these "Rehabilitation sessions" terrify him more than we would assume.
5th Mar '15 9:23:29 AM Tightwire
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* Most of the Joker interviews are disturbing, but the third one is just sad. After the Joker plays the MultipleChoicePast card, Dr. Young tells him to focus on his real past. His response is one of the few times there's no manipulation or mockery in his voice: "What if... what if I'm too scared to remember? It hurts too much." Even the Joker was a person once.

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* Most of the Joker interviews are disturbing, but the third one is just sad. After the Joker plays the MultipleChoicePast card, Dr. Young tells him to focus on his real past. His response is one of the few times there's no manipulation or mockery in his voice: "What if... what if I'm too scared to remember? It hurts too much." Even It's still possible that he's just ballsing around again, but it's also possible that it's only just now he's finding out about the Joker was a person once.Titan Project - so maybe for once he is telling the truth?



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