|First Appearance:||Batman: The Telltale Series|
|Created by:|| Bob Kane|
|Abilities:|| Trained Butler|
Trained in emergency medical techniques
|Portrayed by:||Enn Reitel|
Alfred "Al" Pennyworth is Bruce Wayne's butler and guardian, after the death of his parents Thomas and Martha Wayne, whom he was previously employed by. When Bruce became the vigilante Batman, Alfred reluctantly helped him fight crime and would often give advice on the actions he took and methods he used.
Not much is known about Alfred before his employment by the Waynes. However, he was part of the British Army some time before he was hired and served at least two tours of duty. According to Alfred, he developed a form of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after his first tour of duty, but this would fade some time afterwards. After being discharged, Alfred was hired by Thomas and Martha Wayne as their personal butler. However, after years of service, he became disgusted by the corruption and dealings with Carmine Falcone and Mayor Hamilton Hill. Eventually deciding to leave, he packed his bags and was prepared to leave.
However, before he could, he received a call from the GCPD, asking him to come to an alleyway near the Monarch Theater. Hoping that Thomas had been finally found out and arrested, Alfred arrived, only to find that he and Martha had been murdered by a mugger, in front of their nine year old son Bruce. Feeling guilt if he left him alone, Alfred stayed behind to look after their child and bring him up to be different from his father.
Alfred would look after Bruce for twenty years, helping him train to become a vigilante to fight crime and corruption in Gotham. Whilst he also helped him as the "Batman", Alfred would openly express his objections to his lifestyle and tactics.
NOTICE: The events described impacted by the player's decisions. This is only a brief summary of the events that take place. Decisions made and their impacts will be show either in italics if a single decision affects the subject of the article or tabs if both decisions affect it.
Alfred first appears in the game helping patch up Bruce's wounds following his encounter with Catwoman and a group of thieves. He showed concern about Bruce's safety and how he had become a target for criminals as the Batman. However, he understood that it was working and that Gotham was becoming safer, but advised that Bruce didn't become "a monster". He also asked Bruce not to make his death be left of the Wayne family or their legacy, asking that he helped Gotham as "Bruce Wayne". After finishing, he went to serve the guests at Harvey Dent's fundraiser.
Alfred later alerted Bruce to the arrival of Carmine Falcone, suspecting that the crime lord wanted to bring him into the same business as his father. He left him to deal with the crime lord, later disrupting the meeting to inform him that the fundraiser's guests were leaving. Later visited Bruce in the Batcave, bringing as much food and drink as he could salvage. The two tried to decrypt a data drive Catwoman had stolen from the mayor's office, with very limited success.
As the two discussed the Falcone's visit to the manor, Alfred told him about Thomas Wayne's seemingly clean past and how he had despised criminals (both of which were lies). He also voiced his hope that the city's reputation would improve, though commented that criminals like Falcone and Catwoman were not helping this. Alfred also showed concern over Bruce's life as Batman, especially the possibility that someone discovered his identity. He then told him how he had seen Oswald Cobblepot, one of Bruce's childhood friends, at the party and how he had given him a message for them to meet up. Though Bruce was content on meeting up with Oswald, either to catch up, suspecting that he was needing money or that there was a connection between him and the recent break in. Alfred advised him to be careful when meeting up, especially when the spot he had chosen was Cobblepot Park.
During the press conference announcing the commissioning of a hospital dedicated to Thomas and Martha Wayne, a GCPD taskforce led by Lt. Gordon arrived to collect files on Wayne Enterprises, in light of allegations against the two. Alfred contacted Bruce to let him know, but during the midst of the conference, during which he was put under fire for knowledge of his parent's involvement with Falcone and Hill. After Bruce left the conference, Alfred called and asked him to return to Wayne Manor.
At Bruce request, Alfred kept an eye on the search party, making sure that they did not take anything not related to Wayne Enterprises and keep Bruce's activities as Batman hidden. It's also possible that he was the one who let Vicki Vale into Wayne Manor to talk to Bruce, although very unlikely. After she left, the two discussed the warrant and how Harvey, as district attorney, should have informed them. Alfred advised Bruce to check out why they had not been informed and told them of what had happened.
Whilst Bruce investigated a warehouse, where Catwoman was to meet her employers, Alfred remained on coms and would consult Bruce on evidence found. He also sent the Bat-drones to find Falcone, after his symbol, the white rose, was discovered on a GCPD officer's body. After Bruce returned, having interrogated a mercenary, Alfred scolded him for his use of violence during it, especially if he broke the sniper's arm. With the allegations against his family, Alfred told him that he need to show the world the true nature of a Wayne and how important it was to do so. As Bruce recounted how his parents' murder had affected him, Alfred commented how it was both his gift and curse, and asked him not to forget the memory of the child before he witness the event, presenting the tickets from that night. Bruce can either accept them, commenting that he will never forget, or rip them up, hoping to move on.
Shortly afterwards, the Batcomputer alerted them that it had finished decrypting the drive, revealing that it contained a full manifest of Falcone's criminal activities. With this information at their hands, Bruce decided to expose the evidence, hoping that it would destroy Falcone's organization for good. Though Bruce initially wanted to give it to Gordon, Alfred suggested that he hand it over to Vale, hoping that she could put it through the proper channels. Regardless of who Bruce chooses to give it to, Alfred will stand beside him on his decision.
Later, after Bruce had met the person he had chosen, Alfred informed him that Falcone had been located at the Skyline Club. As Batman, Bruce observed the club through his drones, relaying information to Alfred and the Batcomputer. When he located Falcone, Alfred helped Bruce plan out his attacks and operated the drones to help him in his encounter with Falcone. Later, when Bruce returned, he revealed that he knew the allegations were true and confronted Alfred on what he had learnt.
The next morning, Alfred arrived in Crime Alley to find Bruce at the area his parents' had been murdered by Joe Chill. Alfred unveiled the morning's paper, which presented a headline on his father's dealings. He then admitted to hiding the truth from Bruce, hoping that he would turn out differently from his father and not become a criminal, and told him a summarization of his partnership with Falcone and Hill. He claimed everything he had done had been out of the surrogate love for Bruce and told him how he had almost left his father's employment, but had stayed after he learnt of their deaths. He asked Bruce for forgiveness, something he can either give, not do or ask for more time to do so.
Deciding to reinvestigate his parents' murder, Bruce recalled their murder at Chill's hands, though Alfred noticed a number of gaps in his recollection. As he reach the part where his parents' had died, something he had previously avoided, Alfred encouraged Bruce to remember that moment. Afterwards, Bruce realized that his parents had been assassinated and suspected Falcone to be involved.
After Falcone's murder at the GCPD, Bruce got in contact with Alfred to inform him and collect data to the Batcomputer. He then collected images of Sgt. Montoya, the cop who shot Falcone, including evidence of a chemical agent being injected into her. When Bruce to the Batcave, Alfred presented a full analysis of the drug, including a comparison with a sample recovered from the Docks. He also commented on the irony of Falcone's death and asked Bruce whether he had learnt anything from Falcone.
As they analyzed the chemical, Alfred wondered what the creators of the drug might do, dreading the possibilities. He also helped Bruce triangulate Oswald's location, who they believed to be involved. After discovering him, he suggested that Bruce talk to Oswald. Later, after learning that Oswald was targeting Selina Kyle, Catwoman's identity, Bruce asked Alfred to track her down, finding her at the Stacked Deck bar in Otisburg.
Alfred later was contacted by Bruce after her recovered one of Penguin's henchmen and asked him to analyze data from the phone. He managed to find a number of messages, all from Hill to Penguin and his men. Deciding to visit Hill, Alfred suggested that he could go a himself of Batman, the former option being more subtle, but may need to be very persuasive to get Hill to talk, whilst the latter could get Hill talking, but Batman's reputation could be damaged, especially after how he chose to deal with Falcone.
After Bruce returned from collecting information from Hill, Alfred helped him prepare for a predicted attack against the Mayor and tipped the GCPD about the attack. If Bruce also chose to go as Batman, Alfred will tell him that word of his visit got out to Gordon, reducing his trust in the vigilante. Alfred helped analyze the phone, revealing plans for the Monarch Theatre, the venue for the debate. Alfred also consulted Bruce on the information he had learnt about his father, worrying about the toll it had on him. After Bruce realized that the images were not changing, the two quickly deduced that Penguin's men had commandeered the cameras. Bruce told Alfred to alert Gordon whilst he ran down to stop Penguin.
Later, if Batman chooses to save Selina instead of Dent, Alfred will observe Harvey in his hospital bed with Bruce. As they discuss the effects it may have on Harvey, Alfred brought up a news report by Jack Ryder, reporting on the reveal of more of Thomas' victims.
A week later, Alfred saw a light with a bat shine over GCPD headquarters and informed Bruce. Later, when Batman visited Gordon and learnt about Dent and Montoya's situations, he contacted Alfred and asked for him to find them. Alfred patched Lucius Fox through, who informed him of the upgrades to the Bat-drones and how to use them. After Bruce helped either Dent or Montoya, he contacted Alfred to give him an update on the situation he chose not to help, revealing his suspicions that the GCPD's communications systems had been hacked. When these were later confirmed, he asked him to send data he gathered from a Children of Arkham member's radio. Alfred showed concern over the GCPD's inability to communicate and what would happen should the public learn about this.
The next morning, Bruce sent a message to Alfred telling him to inform Gordon to stop using the communications systems with Wayne Tech in them. After Bruce was forced to step down from his position of CEO at Wayne Enterprises, Alfred tried to consult him and informed him that Gordon was unable to investigate Oswald, who had replaced Bruce as Wayne Enterprises' CEO, as they were unable to find a criminal record. As they observed possible targets for the Children of Arkham's compromise of Wayne Tech, filtering information based on known Children of Arkham activity. After either learning that Harvey could be compromised or having seen all the possible targets, Bruce left to inform his friend, Bruce asked Alfred to keep an eye on the targets and inform Lucius.
After Bruce found out Vicki Vale had interviewed the "leader of the Children of Arkham", he contacted Alfred. Suspecting a connection between her and the Children of Arkham, he advised Bruce to get contact her and find out her source. If Bruce told her about Montoya's involvement with the assassination of Falcone, Alfred will advise him to contact her as himself, as the GCPD would be investigating her and Bruce may fall under their suspicion if they find out he was the one who leaked in information. Deciding to go as Batman, Alfred scrambled the line for Bruce as he contacted Vicki and made arrangements to meet her at Cobblepot Park.
After Bruce was able to get her to give a location for the interview, a Skytrain depot on the Highland Line. With the area being quiet, Alfred advised Bruce be cautious, as they predicted there would be Children of Arkham members there. As Batman observed the depot, he put evidence through to Alfred to either consult with or search up. They deduced that they were planning an attack on Mercy Street with an improved version of the drug, which could impact the victim when exposed to their skin. Alfred soon spotted a train arrive, giving Bruce enough time to hide in the rafters of the building. The last thing Bruce told him that night was seeing the Children of Arkham, their leader, Lady Arkham, and Catwoman arrive at the depot, having procured enough chemicals to mix another batch of their drug.
After the fight with Lady Arkham, Bruce was unable to contact Alfred, due to the injuries he sustained during the fight. Panicked, he would try to contact Bruce throughout the night, though only got an answer in the morning. After learning that Bruce had stayed at Selina's following an injury, Alfred advised that Bruce investigated her to know whether she was trustworthy. It is unknown whether he contacted him after his fight with Harvey or before the Wayne Enterprises press conference.
If Bruce chooses to make a phone call during the riot at Arkham, he can call Alfred and ask him to mobilize his lawyers to get him out of the asylum. Alfred shows joy to hear from Bruce and that he has not been able to contact Bruce since his incarceration. At Bruce's request, he contacts the family's lawyers and posts a bail. This is successful and Alfred is able to get permission to take Bruce out of the asylum.
Some time afterwards, possibly later that day, Alfred arrived at Arkham to take Bruce out, due to the Bruce's lawyers being able to place Bruce into his care or a deal between him and James Gordon. As they left the Asylum, a patient called out to Bruce, causing Alfred to wonder what had happened.
As they returned to Wayne Manor, Bruce informed Alfred that Vicki Vale was actually Lady Arkham. Though shocked at the revelation, Alfred was happy that Bruce was able to leave the asylum before their plans could continue. He then told Bruce what had happened in Gotham since he was incarcerated and how public opinion on Bruce Wayne had dropped significantly. If Bruce suggested Selina left Gotham, Bruce will tell him about the text, with Alfred happy she was still in contact with him. As they pulled up to a checkpoint, Dent's enforcers held them up to prevent them from leaving, either purposely or at Bruce's protests for them to search the car. With civilians getting violent and the enforcers refusing the let them through without a bribe, the two were otherwise trapped. Depending on the decision made, two possibilities will happen.
Bruce tell Alfred to ram the barricade. Despite his protests, he does so, though this ruins Bruce's reputation further.
Bruce pays the enforcers, letting them leave peacefully. Alfred then drives back to Wayne Manor, without any more hassle.
After arriving back, the two went to the Batcave, though Alfred was unsure whether Bruce was fit to go out into the field again, especially with his experience in Arkham and with Lady Arkham's drug still affecting him. He helped Bruce (with Lucius, if he was asked to work for him) synthesize a cure to the chemical and administer it. They then worked to find Vale and her chemical agent, with Bruce deciding to use a tip he had gotten from someone in Arkham, something which Alfred objected to. After tracking down Vicki's adopted parents, the Vales, Bruce went as Batman to investigate, though Alfred advised caution if he did find her.
When Bruce arrived, he discovered the Vales were dead, having been murdered by Vicki earlier that day, and that she was storing her drug in her father's oil and heating company. Whilst relaying this information to Alfred, he discovered the Vale's foster son to be alive. When told about it, Alfred advised Bruce to be cautious and not to be aggressive around the child.
Later, Bruce returned to the Batcave after one of his Bat-Stunners failed to work during an attack from Penguin. Depending on whether Lucius was asked to stay at Wayne Enterprises or work for Bruce, he will ask Alfred to either call him or summon him to the cave to help diagnose the issue. After learning on that Penguin was hacking the Bat Tech and deciding on how they were to deal with it, Alfred learnt that Harvey planned to take Wayne Manor by force. After letting Bruce know, he advised that he talked to his friend, either as himself or Batman.
Later, Alfred informed Bruce that Harvey and his enforcers were pulling up the Wayne Manor, in the hopes of taking it over. However, at the same time, Penguin's hacks were getting more effective, meaning most of the tech could be compromised by the end of the night. Depending on whoever Bruce chooses to stop, two possibilities will happen to Alfred.
If Bruce chooses to stop Oswald, he asks Alfred to close off the Batcave to make sure Harvey does not find it and hide there until he comes back. Alfred survives the attack on Wayne Manor relatively unharmed, though it is unknown whether he fought with Harvey and his enforcers.
If Bruce chooses to stop Harvey, he tells Alfred that he will be there shortly to help. Whilst Harvey and his men break in, Alfred stands guard with a rifle, refusing to let him take over the manor. When Bruce arrives as Batman, knocking out one of the enforcers, Alfred shoots another in the leg and takes cover whilst he deals with the others.
However, when Batman is captured by them, he prevents Harvey from executing him by shooting him in the shoulder, causing the mayor to turn his attentions to Alfred. With his gun jammed, he can only watch as Harvey decides on how to execute him. However, before he can do so, Batman summons a cloud of bats into the manor to distract the enforcers. Now free, he throws a batarang into Harvey's gun, jamming it and causing it to explode. With the threat of death seemingly gone, Alfred takes cover whilst Batman deals with Harvey and his remaining men.
When Bruce returns, having handed Harvey and his men to Gordon, Alfred informs him that the Batcomputer has been compromised. Bruce decides to cut the Batcomputer off, disabling his tech but saving his gadgets. Alfred watches as he does so.
Depending on the decision made in the previous episode, two possibilities will happen to Alfred.
If Bruce chose to stop Penguin from compromising his tech, Alfred remains in Batcave for the next five days. After hearing that Harvey has hostages, who he will continue to execute until Bruce shows up, they decide that going as himself would be the better way of dealing with the insane mayor, with Alfred suggesting its advantages. During Bruce's talk to Harvey, Alfred operates the Bat-Drones, using them to incapacitate two of Dent's men and allowing Bruce to get closer.
Later, after Harvey is taken away by the GCPD, Alfred arrives in the Batcave with tea for Bruce, but informs him that the entire pantry and most of the manor has been destroyed by Harvey and his men.
If Bruce chose to stop Harvey from taking Wayne Manor, he and Alfred are now using lower tech during his operations as Batman, including mobile phones and computers not connected to Wayne Tech. After Commissioner Grogan dies during a fight with the Children of Arkham, Bruce contacts Alfred to check in with him and discuss plans. However, after learning that Penguin is setting up a trap in Cobblepot Park, Bruce tells Alfred that he will be confronting him as Bruce Wayne, hoping to get close and distract him. He also tells Alfred to hand over all their files on Oswald and to get him to the park to help Bruce deal with him.
Afterwards, Alfred checks on Bruce as he repairs the Batcomputer and re-establishes his Bat Tech. After hearing the news, he reassures Bruce that he will be able to stop Lady Arkham, with or without his tech.
Following this, he checked that Bruce was not too emotionally disturbed, especially on how he had felt about confronting both Harvey and Oswald in a matter of days and learning about his father's double life. When Bruce tried to reassure him, he admitted to feeling guilt for standing by whilst Thomas had destroyed many lives and how he could have stopped him. He also told him about how his mother had wanted to put and end to these crimes and that, if he had helped her, they might have been able to stop him. Bruce can either reassure him, telling him he is not responsible, scold him for not doing so, decide to focus on stopping the Children of Arkham or remain silent. Regardless, they decided to focus on figure out Lady Arkham's plans and stop them.
Using Bruce's restored title as CEO of Wayne Enterprises and everything they know about Lady Arkham, they were able to deduce that her plan is to attack a Gotham landmark, using codes provided to the Children of Arkham by Penguin. However, with Cobblepot now incarcerated, the group would need to perform the job themselves. In the midst of the investigation, they learnt that Selina had broken into Wayne Tech's R&D to retrieve an electronic skeleton key. Whilst Bruce went to stop her, Alfred stayed at the manor.
Whilst he was gone, Lady Arkham attacked Wayne Manor, hoping to kidnap Alfred. After barricading himself in the Manor's parlor, he phoned Bruce to tell that she was there before being cut off. Fending his attackers off with pool cues, Alfred was eventually incapacitated when Lady Arkham blasted furniture into him with her concussion staff. After they captured him, they left a password and address for Bruce to use and took Alfred to the Vale Residence.
Upon arrival, Lady Arkham filmed a message for Bruce, informing him that they were going to kill Alfred. However, knowing that the Batcomputer could use reflections to recreate a room and learn where it was located, Alfred used his glasses to create reflections, hoping that they could be used to help Bruce find him. He was then forced to endure the abuse Vicki Vale was given by the Vales, including kept in a makeshift cell and beaten. Whilst there, Alfred learnt that the Children of Arkham planned to break into Arkham and release the inmates. Using chalk the same color as the Bat Tech, he left a message for Bruce in the cell.
Alfred was later taken out and brought to Arkham by Vale and taken to the underground ruins under the asylum. There, he was left tied to a patient trolley within an old chamber. He waited there for Bruce to arrive, during which he was tortured and attacked by Lady Arkham. When Batman arrived, Alfred showed his gratitude for his arrival, having believed he would arrive. As he tried to free him, Vale, now unmasked because of a fight with Batman, appeared and forced him back. Realizing that there was a close connection between the two, Vicki threatened to kill Alfred unless Batman unmasked himself, something which Alfred protested against. Depending on the decision made, what happens to Alfred will change.
Batman refuses to unmask himself, throwing a batarang at Alfred's restraints. Now freed, he attacks Vicki, but loses his eye when it is blasted out with her concussion staff. Whilst Batman fights Lady Arkham, Alfred lays among the rubble. After the battle is finished, they try to escape, but Alfred notices Vicki try to leave. Though they are unable to reach her, they manage to escape whilst the chamber crumbles around them.
A week later, the two celebrate stopping Lady Arkham and the Children of Arkham whilst recovering from their injuries. Alfred either gives Bruce a postcard that has come through that morning, from Selina, or equires about contact he has had with her. Alfred thanks Bruce for saving his life and stopping Lady Arkham from killing him. However, he finds it hard to get use to using only one eye and struggles to pick up a bottle, causing him to worry that he may not be able to continue his services to Bruce, who promises to find a way of helping him.
Batman decides to unmask himself, revealing his identity to Vicki. Alfred initially screams not to, but this turns to a whimper when he does. When Vicki attacks Bruce, she knocks Alfred aside whilst they fight. After the fight, Bruce recovers him from the wreckage and the two escape. Whilst leaving, Alfred sees Vicki try to escape and tells Bruce. Though they are unable to reach her, they manage to escape whilst the chamber crumbles around them.
A week later, the two celebrate stopping Lady Arkham and the Children of Arkham whilst recovering from their injuries. Alfred either gives Bruce a postcard that has come through that morning, from Selina, or equires about contact he has had with her. Alfred thanks Bruce for saving his life, but worries that, if Vicki might of survived, his identity would have been at risk. He also shows concern over his ear, which was damaged during the fight, and chuckles upon hearing Dr. Thompkins' comments about it.
Whilst watching the report, Alfred assures Bruce that they will get through the situation and be able to recover from the events that have unfolded. Sharing a toast to either friends, peace or remaining silent, he tells Bruce on how Gordon, who has now been appointed as Commissioner, has asked the powerful in Gotham to aside him, in the hopes that they could rebuild the city. He suggests that going as himself could help rebuild the Wayne reputation whilst going as Batman, a symbol of justice, could show more support to Gordon. Whichever identity Bruce decides to go as, Alfred will stand beside and support him when needed.
During the months after Lady Arkham's defeat, Alfred continued to support Bruce in his operations as Batman. However, his PTSD began to reemerge, causing his hands to shake at random times. When Bruce investigated Gotham based arms dealer Rumi Mori, Alfred monitored from the Batcomputer. When Mori was approached by a man in a hood, Alfred recognized his as the Riddler and warned Bruce. He also contacted Gordon and put him in contact with Bruce as he suited up as Batman.
After Bruce returned to the Batcave, Alfred helped investigate a puzzle box left by the Riddler and brought up as much information as he could find on "the Agency" and the Riddler. After a tremor in his muscles, brought on by the PTSD, prevented him from accessing the computer, Bruce took over and did so himself. Alfred also helped Bruce solve the Riddler's puzzle box, having heard the riddle provided before (but had forgotten the answer) and helped debunk answers that were incorrect. He also contacted Lucius after they were able to solve the puzzle box.
Two weeks after the death of Lucius, Alfred attended his funeral with Bruce, the two of them angered at what the Riddler had done. After they discussed what Bruce would do with the Riddler, Alfred suggested that he comforted Lucius' daughter, Tiffany, who had just started her career at Wayne Enterprises on the day of the attack. Alfred sat separately from Bruce during the sermon, but kept an eye on him and "John Doe", the patient at Arkham who provided Bruce with the lead to locate Lady Arkham and her drugs. Afterwards, he met up with Bruce and asked whether they could trust him, but stood by his decision to investigate a lead to the Riddler's location.
Alfred would be in the Batcave when Batman investigated the criminal's lair, but lost contact when he and Gordon were sealed within it. When they successfully solved the Riddler's death trap, Alfred was able to gain contact and was able to listen into the Riddler's conversation with Bruce. When he returned, Alfred told him his suspicions that Gordon may be able to deduce Bruce's identity and that they needed to be careful. He listened to Bruce as he deduced Riddler's plan to target the various agents and came up with a solution to stop him. When Bruce rewatched a recording of Lucius' death to get a clear version of the missile guiding signal, Alfred asked to also watch it, something he can either allow or deny him to. If Alfred watches it, he suffers a panic attack when he sees that Lucius knew he was going to die and asks it to be turned to audio. He then leaves to make tea.
When Alfred returned to the cave, Bruce had managed to reconstruct the signal and made plans to redirect to use a drone, created by Tiffany, to redirect them. When they discussed how to locate the Riddler, he suggested using Eli Knable, though warned that this would show him cooperating with Amanda Waller and damage Batman's reputation with Gordon. When Bruce learnt about using Mori through John, Alfred warned that doing so may compromise his identity. Regardless of the choice, he will stand by Bruce. However, if Bruce chooses to get the information from Mori, the following will happen.
After arriving in the casino, Alfred helps Bruce identify agents sent by Waller to keep an eye on Mori. He also, at Bruce's request, issues a fake order to them to search the area, to give Bruce and Mori a bit of privacy. After he get a drive from the arms dealer, Alfred investigates the drive to find Riddler's location. After finding evidence that he is hiding on a ship called the Lady of Dublin, he directs Bruce to it and informs Gordon to send the GCPD to the ship.
Alfred had a clear sense of moral righteousness and integrity, something which created the distrust of Thomas Wayne. He cared dearly for others, particularly Bruce, whom he stayed in Gotham to raise after his parent's murder. He was loyal to his friend, refusing to let Two-Face into Wayne Manor despite the possibility that it would cost his own life. He seemed also to have a strong will, which led to hem leaving clues for Bruce to find him during his capture and torture at Lady Arkham's hands. However, Alfred worried dearly about the people closest to him, particularly if they were injured or killed. He also showed signs of post traumatic stress disorder, which became visible during the months after his capture and torture and even lead to him panicking whilst watching a video of Lucius Fox's death..
After his parents were murdered by Joe Chill, Alfred became the guardian to a young Bruce Wayne. Hoping to bring him up without making him like his father, Alfred would teach Bruce humility and the importance of the Wayne family. Even when Bruce became the vigilante Batman, Alfred would stand by and help him in the field, even perform emergency medical procedures when Bruce had be badly injured. He also worried about Bruce, particularly if someone learnt about his activities as the Batman and if he was badly injured or killed. Their relationship was damaged when Bruce learnt the truth about his father's activities and that Alfred had been hiding the truth. Despite this, Alfred stood by Bruce as he battled the Children of Arkham and tried to repair his reputation, providing him psychological help when times got tough. When kidnapped by Lady Arkham, Alfred would remain sure that Bruce would save him, even if he had not been able to forgive him for hiding his father's activities.
Thomas & Martha WayneEdit
Alfred was hired by Thomas Wayne to be the family's personal butler, though was appalled at his links to organized crime. After years of service, Alfred was prepared to leave his employ rather than stay within the service of a criminal. However, it is unknown what his relationship with Martha was like. Alfred was aware of her mutual disgust of his criminal dealings and her wishes to expose Thomas' dealings. After their deaths, Alfred would bring up Bruce in the hopes that he would turn out differently than his father and, possibly, in memory of Martha.
It is unknown what relationship Alfred and Lucius had, but the two seemed to be on good terms. Alfred claims that Lucius was one of the people who helped bring up Bruce after his parents died and was willing to leave him alone in the Batcave. After Lucius' death, Alfred swore to help Bruce bring his killer to justice. Though he tried to sit through a video showing Lucius' death, he asked Bruce to switch to audio after suffering a panic attack, though may not if Bruce asks him not to.
- This version of is similar to the version presented in Batman: Earth One, as he was ex-military and fired a gun to save Batman's life. However, that version of Alfred lost a leg, rather than an eye, and was a bodyguard to Bruce but posed as his butler.
- Depending on the player's choice for the color of Batman's equipment, Alfred's message in the Vale's basement will change:
- If Blue is chosen, it will read "She will liberate", with a drawing of inmates escaping Arkham Asylum.
- If Red is chosen, it will read "She taking me", with a drawing of the words being connected to Arkham Asylum
- If Yellow is chosen, it will read "Shall be unleashed", with a drawing of arrows pointing to Arkham Asylum.
- If Purple is chosen, it will read "To Arkham", with a drawing of Alfred with Lady Arkham