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|Gotham City Hall|
|Official name:||Gotham City Hall|
|First Appearance:||The Road to Arkham (2008)|
|Country:||United States of America|
Gotham City Hall is a town hall located in Gotham City and along the outskirts of Arkham City. It is where the Gotham City Hall group makes decisions based on events in Gotham. The original hall was destroyed by Joker before the events of Batman: Arkham Asylum. It can be seen from Wonder Tower or from The Bowery in Batman: Arkham City. It is located near the Wayne Enterprises building.
Batman: Arkham AsylumEdit
Gotham City Hall has been rebuilt many times due to destruction from villains and thugs. The Joker destroyed the original Hall in an attempt to kill the Mayor. It seemed like an intentional attack on the Mayor's Office, but it was all just a plan for his breakout. After the destruction of the building, The Joker took over Arkham Island and was eventually stopped by Batman. The new Hall was being constructed during this time.
Batman: Arkham City Edit
The new Gotham City Hall was being constructed while Hugo Strange was forming his master plan for the upcoming Arkham City. Meanwhile, Strange was developing T&T, which was formed from two members of Two-Face's gang. T&T made many crimes and raids on Gotham City. During the opening ceremony for the new Hall, Quincy Sharp, Gotham's new mayor (who was being mind controlled by Strange), was announcing the opening when T&T attacked the ceremony, killing many people and it destroyed the building. Another building was constructed and it is unknown when it was constructed due to the fact that it was completed by the time Arkham City was open. The council voted to approve Protocol 10 (by the manipulation of Strange). However, they expressed their anger at Strange for letting Arkham's inmates roam wild. Batman eventually stopped Protocol 10 soon after. It is unknown what happened to the Hall after the events of Arkham City.