Not sure how to put this, but it's a vital part of the story I'm writing, and I need some advice. Without giving away too much, imagine this scenario: You are in a car crash, and the last thing you remember before you pass out is thinking there's no way you can survive. When you wake up again, it's three weeks later. You have been in a coma, but most of the wounds are healed by now. The biggest problem is you are not in a hospital. You are inside, but inside where? Someone apparently saved you, but why didn't they bring you to the hospital? The answer is a bit tricky. If you know your superheroes, you know most of them have a secret identity. Now imagine a superhero like Batman without a civilian identity. He has to stay as Batman 24/7 and dedicate his life to help people and fight crime, but he can never reveal himself in public. Not even as Batman, comstume and everything. And now imagine he was born and raised to become Batman. He got the "job" when he was 15, and he has lived like that in solitude the last 20 years. He is doomed to always watch society and help out where he's needed, but he can never be a part of it. He saves the city on a regular basis, yet no one can ever know he even exist, or that they were in danger in the first place. And now imagine he was the one who kidnapped you. His motives were quite simple: Although he hate to admit it even to himself, he was desperate for a friend. He really, really needed someone to talk to, to spend some time with. The reason he kidnapped you was a coincidence. You were dying, and he rescued you. But he regret doing it and say he should have taken you to a hospital instead. Now that you know he exist, he can't allow himself to let you live. The only choice you have is join him as an equal crime fighter. Or become Robin, to put it like that. But he also say that if you do, you can never tell your family that you are still alive. You will always be all alone with him. If you tried to escape, he would kill you. But also keep in mind that if you got away somehow or if he killed you, you would have doomed him to be all alone forever. He's a victim just as much as you. The kidnapping part was bad, but he was desperate. The loneliness was driving him insane. He had to do something to survive. Kidnapping you was not the perfect solution, but he saw no other choice. So the question is quite simple: What would it take for you to join him?