I'm interested in running a game based around an alternate version of the DC universe, featuring batman at the center of a complex web of relationships between the heroes and criminals of Gotham city.
Key Characters: (Heroes)
Batman (Bruce Wayne) Bisexual playboy and masked vigilante, Batman is one of the most admired men in Gotham. His multiple lovers are a thinly veiled secret, and he's had his identity revealed to more than a few of his worst enemies. Yet, they seem to find playing the game of propping batman up intoxicating, even as they take their turns slaking their lusts against him.
Robin (Tim Drake) Batman's partner in crime, and his current apprentice. Tim Drake is the third to bear the name Robin, and the third to be Wayne's secret lover.
Key Characters: (Villians)
The Joker (Richard Grayson) Once he was batman's first sidekick, then he fell into a vat of smilex toxins, and the bat rejected him. Crafting a new identity, the disfigured former boy wonder began a life of crime, his intense love and hate for both Batman and Bruce Wayne driving him to new atrocities.
Harley Quinn (Harlene Quinzel) A psychiatrist who tried to "cure" the joker, her perverse attraction to the man caused her to get careless, and the Joker was able to sedate her, and implant a strange device close to her heart, where it could not be removed without killing her. Quinzel was flooded with endorphins, and experienced nearly every sensation as pleasurable. The strange effect of the scar near her heart drove her mad, and she became the Joker's lover and servant.
Catwoman (Selena Kyle) A dominatrix from the worse districts of Gotham, she became obsessed with Batman after he saved her from a group of muggers. Donning a mask, for a brief time she became a costumed vigilante, using her feminine wiles to confuse and scare her opponents. Yet, when she met batman, he dismissed her, and told her to quit. Becoming angry, Selena applied her talents to crime, and soon became the most infamous burglar in all of Gotham. She has plotted with the joker to kidnap batman for her own brand of pleasure on numerous occasions.
Secondary Characters: (Heroes)
Nightwing (Jason Todd) Batman's second sidekick, who found life under batman to be uncomfortable. He struck out on his own, becoming the first to discover batgirl's secret identity, and blackmailed her into becoming his sidekick.
Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) The daughter of commissioner Gordon was just another batman fangirl, until she decided to take her dreams into her own hands. Unfortunately, she got caught and unmasked on her first night on patrol, only to be saved by nightwing. She secretly resents her junior status, and the way that Nightwing keeps seeming to use her as a proxy for his frustrations with Batman.
Secondary Characters: (Villians)
Two Face (Harvey Dent) Harvey Dent was district attorney and Bruce Wayne's lover, but the Joker found out about their relationship, and threatened to test a new chemical agent on Mr. Dent if batman didn't turn himself in. Batman surrendered to the joker, but he brought a police tracking device with him. Angered by batman's half acceptance of his terms, the Joker doused half of Harvey Dent in his chemicals, disfiguring him and driving him insane. After having Batman's true identity whispered into his ear, Two Face began a campaign of vengeance against Batman, hoping to catch the Joker in the crossfire.
Poison Ivy (Lillian Isely) The second time Harlene Quinzel entered Arkham Asylum, she was assigned to a cell with Lillian Isely, a woman with severe schizophrenia, and delusions that the plants of the world would rise up and annihilate humanity if they were not respected. Lillian found in Quinzel's blue eyes and optimistic attitude something truly admirable, though she loathed Harley's heterosexuality. For several weeks, the two became a couple, until the Joker came and split them apart. At Quinzel's request, Isely was set free, and so she became a supervillian, taking the name of Poison Ivy, and making it her goal in life to prove to Harley the superiority of sapphic affection.