Who:Cat Woman and Batman version 2! What:first official meetings When:Tonight, late. Where:Rooftops Warnings:possible violence, Terry's in a mood. >:|
Harley had been out of line. Terry was considering drastic measures to make sure it didn't happen again, but for now mostly he was blowing off steam. That video she had posted of the history of the Robins had gotten under his skin more then he wanted to admit. Batman's history was more complicated then any five minute video some nerd on youtube could sleg together and throw online. Not to mention highly personal for any member of the bat family. Terry himself had took offense to it and he had hardly gotten the old man to ever speak of his past to begin with. Especially not Jason. Thanks to vid files on the Bat Computer in the cave he knew all about him, but knowing and understanding were two different and very frustrating things to the young protege.
Jason had even gotten to him to a point, though that was a thing he was most definitely not going to say out loud. Or hell even think about anymore. If he did then Jason won, and he refused to let the crazy former Robin win. So Terry suited up and went on patrol. His suit was much different then Batmans past. His was entirely computer powered, cutting edge technology to help him glide across rooftops skillfully and undetected unless one knew what they were looking for. His suit also lacked a cape. Made for easier sneaking without a swooshy cape. Despite having to do patrol the old fashioned way without the plane, it was relaxing. The last few days his nerves felt like they were on over drive. He'd never done this alone, not without Bruce. No way was he going to involve a civilian like Andy even if he had mind powers. Andy wasn't trained like he'd been and Andy was his friend. He wouldn't wish this life style on anyone.
It was raining out. Not ridiculously, but steady enough to make navigating the city a little more difficult. The suit helped Terry keep warm and even dry mostly thanks to Bruce's technology. Even still he decided to stop on a high rooftop that over looked the city in hopes the rain would come to a stop. The only thing that really showed in the dark of the night were his eyes, they let off an eerie ivory glow from an internal computer screen in the cowl that helped him see past the rain without many issues. Staring down ward at the city streets that were lit for the holidays by lanterns and Christmas lights, Terry sighed. Things were only going to get worse before they got better. He could just feel it.