Ric Grayson Trying His Best
19 Aug 2019
Ric Grayson had decided he wanted to live his own life— specifically not Dick Grayson’s old life. That guy wasn’t around anymore.
So he must’ve woken up on the wrong side of the bed today because his instincts were telling him to go to the graveyard.
Ric spends his day trying to figure out what Dick Grayson wanted to do and in turn finds out more about himself and about his old life that he almost feels guilty for forgetting.
27 Oct 2019
Its just a small glimpse of a memory. There's a teenage boy, kicked through the glass and out the side of one of the top floors of a large building. And now he's rushing to save him. And then a voice calls for him, through a distant, hazy, dream-like memory:
“You’re my brother Dick. You’ll always be there for me.”
And now Ric can't stop until he finds this kid.
OR the one where Ric has to come face-to-face with a relationship that was broken even before he lost his memory.
- Part 2 of Ric Grayson Trying His Best
Fandoms: Batman - All Media Types, Nightwing (Comics)
05 Aug 2020
Ric doesn't think that the whole vigilante get-up is healthy, much less safe for someone as young as Damian. As he tries to build a better, healthier life for himself as Ric, he is also going to try his damn best to drag Damian (and whichever other siblings he can get) along with him. He's accepted that he'll never feel right unless he can save these kids from the hell that got him shot in the head in the first place. He's doing it because someone has to care about these kids. He's doing it because its right.
He's doing it for them.
"Is this about us?" Tim asks. "Or is it about you and your conscience?"
TW for dealing with past trauma
- Part 3 of Ric Grayson Trying His Best