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Visiting the Manor [May. 4th, 2007|07:55 pm]
A Different Gotham

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[dbattyones]
Jim Gordon sighed as he pulled up to the Wayne mansion, still reeling over discovering the true identity of the Batwoman.

He stopped the car, then picked up the fresh bundle of carnations he'd picked up on the way back from the late shift, going up to the door and lifting his hand to knock, only to suddenly hear an angry scream and then the sounds of a heated argument coming from inside.

Suddenly an older woman Gordon knew as the poor-treating doctor Leslie opened the door suddenly, looking hassled and inviting him inside. He frowned and entered, then started and bolted for the crashing sound coming from a side room that was the opposite direction from the parlor where he'd been invited.
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[User Picture]From: anotherbwayne
2007-05-07 04:01 am (UTC)
"She's invulnerable. Nothing can hurt her."

-Nothing but one thing, but she trusted me enough to tell me of that weakness. So I have it in case I need it.-
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[User Picture]From: dbattyones
2007-05-07 04:18 am (UTC)
"Alright," he said, shrugging and then nodding and looking at her.

"Where did she come from?" he asked.

"Tea?" Leslie brought in a tray, arching an eyebrow at the two.
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[User Picture]From: anotherbwayne
2007-05-07 05:10 am (UTC)
"Tea?" Brenda's nose wrinkled, and she looked up at her heart mother with a slightly wounded look that said, 'where's the coffee?'
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[User Picture]From: dbattyones
2007-05-07 05:14 am (UTC)
"It has your anti-inflamatories in them," she said gently, smiling. "Coffee's too thick. But it's coffee flavored."

"Let me help you with that," the Commisioner stood and took the tray.
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