So let me understand this... in reaction to Two-Face, Harvey Dent created a third personality, one that would fight crime. A personality so separate, he even tried to kill himself without knowing it.
Bruce Wayne's butler must be ready for anything, sir. And my saviors were really quite helpful. It is not their fault that my kidnappers were once again stupendously incompetent.
I'm sure you are familiar with how Master Richard became the first Robin. And how Master Bruce brought him here to Wayne Manor, to try to help him. A noble gesture, I'm sure you'd agree. Unfortunately, Master Bruce had no idea how to act around a child. He'd never been around children. He'd hardly even been a child himself.
Perhaps you're meant to be Dick Grayson. Perhaps Robin. But you won't make the right decision if you're unwilling to let go of the past.
You were hit by a beam that erased your memory? Seems a bit far-fetched, if I may say so.
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