The Convergence war between Infinite Earths taught the inhabitants of Earth 107 an important lesson. Nothing is eternal. Not Superman. Not the Justice League. Nothing. With this in mind, billionaire, and frequent JLA supporter Bruce Wayne funded and founded a path to the future of the Justice League, should any of its members ever fall. The All-Star Teen Titans. Heros and heroine's alike would relinquish their side-kicks, children or meta-human youth volunteers to the Teen Titan program code-named the "Young Justice initiative". The Initiative was meant to help mature the young, prospectful heros, and give them a sense of independence and value of life. Batman allowed his third son, Timothy Drake to enter, who would serve as Batman's eyes and ears and report on the other Titan's progress while they stayed in the Titan Tower in Jump City (which just so happened to also share residents to the antithesis of the Teen Titans. The Hive Academy. Contrary to what most believed, and propositioned by Diana Prince (Wonder Woman), relationships between the young heros was encouraged. Nothing gives a person the sense of the value of life like a lover in danger. Although Batman disagreed with this, the notion was ultimately passed, as John J'onzz pointed out barring such things would only make them more likely for the rebellious teens. Batman had to concessions that point. Today, Titan Tower was to become fully operational, and for the first time the youth would be coming together to protect Jump City from the students of the Hive Academy. Titan Tower - Tim Drake The Tower was new and fresh, and it put the former Robin on edge. Knowing Bruce had paid for all this and been one of the major architects behind it's construction, he'd been expecting it to look more... depressing. "Figures. The only place he builds that's not bleak and depressing and its for other people." The young man mouthed to no one in particular - to be honest, he wasn't sure how he felt about this how 'Young Justice', or Teen Titans thing. He knew meta-humans would be here, and that made him uncomfortable for the same reason he figured Bruce always had a cache of Kryptonite. Perhaps he'd inherited Bruce's paranoia. This was not aided by the fact that, right now, he wasn't Robin. Besides Batman telling him to find a different alias both for the Titans and for his future beyond, he was also instructed to change into his civvies as soon as he reached the tower. Give himself and others a sense of trust between them or something. Over the course of his journey here, it'd occurred to him what it meant that he'd been sent here. If anything happened to Bruce... Tim would take his place when the time came. The fact that he was here and not Dick gave him a sense of guilty pride. Dick had earned it. He'd been on his own for years, and even those who didn't know who they were knew Nightwing was Batman prodigal son. Maybe Bruce figured Dick couldn't replace him, because then they'd need a new Nightwing. The elevator the young man had been traveling came to a halt and the glass doors slid open in the opposite directions, and Tim stepped in. He was the first one here. Of course he was. Batman would've been the first one in the Watch Tower or Hall of Justice too.