The Dark Knight himself is set to battle Superman in a few months, but after that he'll have plenty of villainy to worry about. The question is, which villain are you? Will you be the criminally genius Riddler, or will you be the classical psychotic Joker? There's only one way to find out!
Before you can fight the Bat, you must first catch the Bat. How would you do it?
- Just start robbing banks. There's no way he'll ignore that.
- Don't worry. Batman will come to me.
- Start on one end of Gotham and start working my way through.
- I'll use my vast surveillance system to track his movements. He's not the only great detective.
- I'll send my thugs out to prowl the streets. When one doesn't come back, I'll know where to look.
- Kidnap someone important. He'll surely be hot on my trail.
- Orchestrate a perfectly planned meet-up. He'll never see it coming.
How would you fight Batman? Wits or weapons?
- A little bit of wit, and a lot of weapons. The weapons are mostly for my many henchmen.
- Plenty of both. I love to outsmart the Bat but a gun always helps too.
- My wits are unmatched. I'll make a fool out of Batman yet again!
- My fists are the only weapons I need.
- A few weapons, and a lot of wit. Weapons to wound the bat, and my wits to mentally finish him off.
- Weapons of course. The thick blunt ones. They hurt more.
- Weapons bring too much destruction. My wits will win me an untainted Gotham.
What would you do to Batman if you caught him?
- Have some fun and then let him free. You can't keep fishing if you caught the only fish.
- Strip off his mask and show him to the world. Without his identity, he has nothing.
- Beat him up a bit just to teach him a lesson, and then show him off to your friends.
- Break him down. Show him how weak he really is.
- Stick him in a box and forget about him. Just to make sure he stays out of my business.
- Convince him to join your side. He makes a great enemy, but he'd make an even better sidekick.
- Put him through some trials to fully learn his limits.
Now that Gotham is yours, what do you do with it?
- Weed out the root of the city's problems. It's time for a clean slate.
- I was born to rule this city. I will be fair, but cruel.
- Turn it into my own personal amusement park. It's time to have some fun.
- Burn it, burn it all!
- I don't know. There are so many possibilities...
- I don't want the city, I just want Batman gone.
- Install your own force of militia to populate the streets while you rule.
What is your main weakness?
- My ego. I know I'm awesome, but sometimes that mindset gets me in trouble.
- I value size and strength over speed. I don't win many races.
- Sometimes it's difficult to make up my mind. It's like my thoughts are always conflicted.
- I'm too compassionate. That leaves it open for people to take advantage of me.
- Weakness? Weaknesses are for masked men with bats on their chest.
- Fire. Duh.
- I'm very impressionable. I usually follow orders rather than give them.
What is your main strength?
- My kindness. Sure, I may be a villain, but I value life in a way few others do.
- My main strength is... well... strength.
- My sense of justice. I don't go around killing when I don't need to. I make things fair.
- My unpredictability makes me the most formidable foe.
- My technology and weaponry is superb.
- My loyalty to my allies. You fight me, you fight us all.
- My mind of course. My intellect can rival any weapon.
On the evil scale, how high are you?
- Evil? What's evil? I just like to have fun!
- I'm pretty darn evil. Just ask the voices in my head!
- I do what I must. If I am called evil, so be it.
- I'm not terribly evil, I just fight to protect what's mine. No matter what.
- I am a necessary evil to rival Batman's so-called justice.
- I'm moderately evil. I'll take over a city and eliminate those who oppose me.
- Evil? Such an overused word. Try devious, mischievous, cunning, just not evil.
And finally, what is your biggest fear?
- Anarchy. The world needs order.
- Pollution. Oil spills, deforestation, the works.
- My biggest fear is too be forgotten. I want to remembered long after I die.
- An uneducated nation.
- The death of a loved one.
- The loss of power.
- Loneliness. I need people in my life.