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|“||Well for one thing, Robins are good luck.||„|
|~ Robin to Barbara|
Robin (real name Timothy Jackson "Tim" Drake) is an ally/partner to Batman and appears in Batman: Arkham City, Batman: Arkham Origins, and Batman: Arkham Knight.
He is one of the two main protagonists (alongside Batman) of the sequel DLC episode Harley Quinn's Revenge, the protagonist of the sequel DLC episode A Flip of a Coin, and the deuteragonist of the prequel DLC episode Batgirl: A Matter of Family.
He was voiced by Troy Baker in Arkham City, who also voiced Talion in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and Middle-earth: Shadow of War, Booker DeWitt in Bioshock: Infinite, Joel Miller in The Last of Us, Erron Black in the Mortal Kombat series, and many more. In Arkham Knight, he was voiced by Matthew Mercer, who also also voiced Anarky in the same series, and voiced Leon S. Kennedy in the Resident Evil series, and Kurtis Stryker in the Mortal Kombat series.
Tim Drake saw the performance in which Dick Grayson's family was murdered, which was the first time he met Robin. Eventually, Drake put the pieces together, finally realizing that Batman was Bruce Wayne and Robin was Dick Grayson. After Jason Todd's death (the second Robin), Tim contacted Dick and informed him of Batman's requirement to have a Robin to keep his sanity. After Nightwing and Batman was captured by Two-Face, Tim donned the Robin suit to save the duo. After that, Bruce required Tim to go through training prior to become the new Robin. After months, Tim finally became the third Boy Wonder.
During the events of Arkham City, after Batman planted a tracking device on one of the League of Assassins members and being outnumbered by them, Robin shows up to save him, hitting the assassins with his staff. Batman orders Robin to return to Gotham City where he must get his blood sample to a Hospital. He's also heard through Batman's earpiece later, explaining that they are at least 30 people suffering from the effects of Batman's and Joker's poisoned blood, putting all of Gotham in danger of exposure to the toxin.
Harley Quinn's Revenge
|“||I'll find him...||„|
|~ Robin to Oracle|
Robin returns to Arkham City, 2 weeks since Joker's death, when Oracle summons him after the mysterious disappearance of Batman since re-entering the site to apprehend Harley Quinn who has managed to gain control of the Sionis Industries Steel Mill. Inside Robin finds Batman's utility belt and a recording that shows Batman being captured by Quinn and taken to a section of the shipyard where she built a shrine to Joker. Robin finds Batman imprisoned in a booby-trapped cage that requires a TYGER keycard to access it.
Robin finds Harley at the shipyard loading bay with a group of Police Officers taken hostage. After saving the hostages and subduing Quinn, Robin frees Batman who tells him to go free the remaining officers while Batman goes to stop Quinn's Bombs. Unfortunately, Batman was uncapable of deactivating one bomb and barely escapes with Quinn alive. Afterwards, Harley attempts to kill Batman with a Knife from behind but this is prevented when Robin stops her by throwing his Shuriken at her, knocking her out. Batman then inquires about the conditions of the hostage officers. Robin reveals he managed to save them from the explosion. As Batman leaves, Commissioner James Gordon asks Robin if he'll be okay which Robin replies, saying he'll be fine.
Nine months after Joker's death and the shutdown of Arkham City, Scarecrow launches a massive assault on Gotham and Batman heads out to stop Scarecrow and a mysterious figure known only as the the Arkham Knight. Robin wants to help Batman, but is denied and needs to work on a cure. The cure is for four people who were infected by Joker's blood when they were in the hospital.
A bonus combat and predator as well as one campaign is unlocked with Robin involving Black Mask. In the Campaign, Robin or another character will have the objectives of chasing down Black Mask as well as take down his thugs alongside Mr. Hammer aboard a train.
- Bo Staff: A powerful staff and Robin's main weapon. He fights opponents with it and uses it in combat, with many techniques and moves with it.
- Grapnel Gun: A much more stronger grapple gun.
- Shuriken: Robin's version of the Batarang. A throwable projectile used to cut things down and knock down enemies.
- Remote Control Shuriken: A remotely controllable Shuriken.
- Explosive Gel: An Explosive Gel which can spray detonatable gel. Used to knock or take down enemies and blown down weak walls, floors and ceilings.
- Snap Flash: A stealthy bomb which can be planted on enemies and detonated to knock them down.
- Smoke Pellets: Small capsules which can release smoke, temporarily blinding them.
- Zip-Kick: Robin's Batclaw capable of throwing Robin towards an enemy, kicking them to knock them down.
- "I can take her."
- "Really? That's not what it looked like from where I was standing."
- "He was worried about you."
- "Whose blood is it? Oh...it's yours, isn't it? I'll get it to the Hospitals and come back. You need my help here."
- "You think? If Strange really knows who you are, what happens if he tells everyone? How will you..."
- "If you need me, you know where I am."
- "I'm in. Any news, Barb?"
- "Harley Quinn's preparing for some kind of siege, what she's planning?"
- "Don't worry, Barb. It's me, remember?"
- "Barb, I've found the missing cops. Quinn's got 'em."
- "What's she planning..."
- "I'll be fine."
- "Ever heard of thank you?"
- "So, miss me?"
- "They're safe."
- "Yeah, sure...of course he is."