full name
logan patrick woodward

bruce wayne / batman

date of birth & age
MARCH 30, 1978 / 40

manhattan, new york

current residence
manhattan, new york

martial status
Logan Patrick Woodward born to a pretty smart family, and a family with incredible wealth. His mother and father were both high intelligence, and expected nothing but the best from their son. After all, Theodore Woodward's father Jonas started Woodward Enterprises, by ruthlessly undercutting those who got in his way, and Jonas raised Theodore the same way; thus it would be how Logan would be raised as well. Because of the way that he was raised, Theodore Woodward wanted to make sure the business was as successful as could be, no matter the cost. This meant a lot of sacrifices that Theodore's wife Maria didn't know about, but it was much better off this way. As soon as Maria gave birth to a bouncing baby boy, Theodore knew he would be able to pass on the Woodward legacy, and it would continue to live on through his son. The boy had an early start on business, and by the time Logan had reached age 10, he was already trying to help out at the company, albeit in the mail room but he was helping all the same. Proud that his son was taking an interest in such a young age, even if he had to push for it a bit, Theodore did all he could to further along Logan's education by homeschooling him and bringing him up to speed on the changes in the industry.

Theodore spent most of Logan's life growing up grooming his son to take the business world by storm, and that proved to be a good plan. Or it was, at first. As he grew older, Logan very quickly took on interest in technology, wanting to branch out the business into entertainment, personal devices, and anything else that would extend the Woodward name into the homes of American citizens. The more the father and son worked together, the larger the New York based company became. Woodward Enterprises, to the outside, was unstoppable. And to those who watched on a surface level, Logan Woodward was the one to watch. The tabloids watched him, the board of directors watched him, and Theodore started watching him more...and didn't like what he was seeing. Theodore soon became worried that his son was working to overthrow him, and while Logan was set to take the company when Theodore died, he was not ready to hand it over now.

So, the "happy" father-and-son collaboration quickly started to deteriorate. Theodore and Logan started arguing more, where Theodore was stuck in his old ways, Logan saw all the new potential of following the newest industry trends. They couldn't stay on top if they were unable to move forward, and even though Logan kept telling his father this, it was to no avail. Theodore Woodward was too stuck in his ways, and the connection between father and son disappeared professionally as quickly as it had personally. The board of directors also started to sway more to Logan's ideas, and that caused an even deeper disruption. By the time Logan was 25, he was no longer speaking to his father, and was fighting Theodore trying to stick Logan with miniscule work for the company to stay out of the way. Frustrated at seeing his father lose customer after customer, contract after contract, he decided he couldn't spend as much time at the family business anymore. Frustrated, Logan started to busy himself with things that he knew would piss off his father - womanizing, not caring about what those higher than him said, spending far too much of the company money on things that just didn't matter. He wasn't the type to try to steal the company from his family, and so he walked away.

Maria tried her best to get Theodore and Logan back in good graces, and eventually convinced the two men to join her for a Broadway show to celebrate her birthday. Both men showed up, sitting in the show beside her on either side, and slowly started to talk to each other through intermission. By the end of the night, things seemed to be okay, and Maria Woodward was over the moon with happiness knowing she might have helped to heal the relationship between her husband and her only son. As they walked out of the theatre and towards the parking lot where their driver was waiting, the happiness was short lived.

As they reached the parking garage, a man came out and tried to rob the Woodwards. When Theodore refused to hand anything over, the man shot Theodore and Maria, both of them dropping to the ground as Logan ran towards the man to tackle him to the ground. Thinking their driver, who had witnessed it all, was going to help them, Logan soon found himself punched in the face by their driver, realizing this had all been a setup. Security guards and police arrived on the scene ad the driver and mugger fled the scene, as Logan tried to see if his parents were alright.

Everything after was a blur. His parents were pronounced dead at the hospital, and Logan was treated for wounds he wasn't even sure how he got. There were funerals and wakes, and the reading of the will, where Woodward Enterprises was completely handed over to Logan. At age 26, Logan Woodward was the CEO of the family company, and he found no solace in it at all.

Wanting to prove that he really was right for the job, and that the board could trust him, Logan threw himself into work and did not allow himself to mourn the loss of his family. He moved into a building in the city, taking the penthouse for himself and the apartments below it for other various needs -- or so he claimed. In reality, he wanted to be alone. But that feeling didn't last very long; he had a public image to keep up and so he did just that.

Logan was always a fixture of tabloids and society pages before, and that didn't change now. Various women and men were seen with him out at clubs and bars, he kept up all charitable donations and appearances, and started the Theodore and Maria Woodward Foundation. He told himself that by doing all of this at a face value was fine, and that it was the perfect way to live. Of course, he was kidding himself.

When he was 30, he ended up meeting a young woman five years younger than him that he fell for, despite the fact that she was married. Despite his better judgement, the two of them entered an affair, one that no one knew about even after her marriage ended when her husband passed away. A few months after the mourning period, the two of them came out as a couple, and were engaged several months later but called the engagement off. It was for the best, of course, and Logan understood that, but he still hasn't been able to shake the feeling that he might have had something to help fill the hole in him.

But acknowledging that wasn't exactly healthy, he did his best to fix his social life. Get out there more. He's had a few relationships since then, and has been engaged a second time, though that also did not go to a marriage. Logan has come to the conclusion that the only thing he'll ever be married to is work, and has wondered if perhaps this was what his life was always meant to be: work, meaningless connections, and nothing more. At 40, he's still a staple in the society papers, he's still charitable, and has a lot of close friends, but he's put up more of a wall in the last years than most.
Batman is the super-hero protector of Gotham City, a man dressed like a bat who fights against evil and strikes terror into the hearts of criminals everywhere. In his secret identity, he assumes the alias of Bruce Wayne, billionaire industrialist and notorious playboy; though "Bruce Wayne" is technically his real name, this Bruce Wayne is a disguise--that of the man he would have been had his parents not been murdered before his eyes when he was no more than a mere boy.

Although Batman possesses no super-human powers, he is one of the world's smartest men and greatest fighters. His physical prowess and technical ingenuity make him an incredibly dangerous opponent. He is also a founding member of the Justice League and the Outsiders. Dick Grayson, the first "crime orphan" to assume the identity of Robin and be nicknamed "The Boy Wonder," who currently uses the alias of Nightwing, is Wayne's hand-picked successor, and they operate simultaneously as part of Batman Incorporated.

As a young child, Bruce Wayne watched his parents murdered before his eyes. Thomas and Martha Wayne were walking home from the Monarch Theater one night with their son, when they were held up at gunpoint by a mugger who demanded the pearl necklace that Martha was wearing. When Dr. Wayne refused to surrender it, both he and Martha were shot dead in the streets. The killer was a criminal known as Joe Chill. Fortunately, physician and social worker Leslie Thompkins was making a house call that night, and arrived to give loving comfort to the traumatized Bruce. He was then raised on the Wayne Manor estate, with help from the wise and loyal butler, Alfred Pennyworth. Bruce had very few friends during his childhood. [...]

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abilities and items
Business Management
Genius Level Intellect
Tactical Analysis
Eidetic Memory
Mechanical Engineering
Indomitable Will
Martial Arts
Peak Human Condition
Tactical Analysis
Weaponry (Stick Fighting)
Weaponry (Throwing)

Doesn't really drink a lot, though he does drink when he wants to. If he's at a social function, he's typically drinking sparkling water or ginger ale to make it appear that he's drinking; he likes to keep his wits about him, and drinking takes that way.

Can get lost in his head at times, and can be very single minded when it comes to certain tasks, especially if it relates to work.

Doesn't exactly like that he's known as a 'ladies man' but he knows he has a persona to uphold. It just doesn't mean that he actually likes it.

Has interest in art and culture, is known to take a day to go to local museums if he has the chance.

Has been engaged twice. Once he was very serious about the woman, the other was more for show.

Participates in a weekly poker night with his friends. Usually hosts, usually wins.