- Bruce in "Secrets" when he looks at a Rorschach blot, has a brief PTSD flashback involving him kneeling between his dead parents, and then lies to Dr. Ravencroft that he only sees splashed ink on paper. Batman's quote in Toxic is another flash of this. You illustrate this better than anyone, Bruce...
"There are two things everyone in life is powerless against: Love and revenge." - Batman
- Tatsu. Oh Lord, Tatsu. She gave up literally everything she knew, betrayed both organizations she was a member of, faked her own death, and went into hiding simply because it was the right thing to do. Her clear sadness when mentioning her father's death invokes this too.
- Alfred. His clear dedication and worry for Bruce as well as his helplessness in the face of him being in constant danger makes you really feel for the guy. The part where his leg is broken is also rather sad.
- Magpie in spades. She was formerly a kleptomaniac named Margaret Sorrow. After being sent to prison, she voluntarily underwent a rehabilitation procedure that would cause her to no longer desire to engage in criminal activity. It appeared successful, but only succeeded in splitting her into two halves: a normal, seemingly well-adjusted girl named Cassie, and a violent, obsessive, sociopathic kleptomaniac known as Magpie. Ouch.
- Humpty Dumpty. He just wanted to play with his numbers and his toys...
- Poor Rex Mason/Metamorpho. Poor, poor Rex. His origin story has always been pretty sad, but the little touches in this version such as him being Driven to Suicide and failing make it even worse.
- Man-Bat. Poor guy was just a honest, well-intentioned scientist trying to come up with a serum for medical purposes, only to have his research perverted by Pyg and Toad, who then used it to forcefully turn him into a bat creature. And as if this wasn't enough, they also used a Mind-Control Device to force him to do their dirty work.
- Jerkass Woobie: Silver Monkey. Sure, he's kind of a dick, but it's hard not to sympathize with him when Lady Shiva completely unravels all of his plans and sucks out the soul of his assistant in front of him.
- Dr. Ravencroft. She may be a deceitful liar, but she shows some honest remorse about Bruce Wayne's "death", and it's hard not to feel really sorry for her when her soul is sucked out.