6 Things The League Of Shadows Is Responsible For In The Dark Knight Trilogy

Christian Bale’s Batman came across a variety of villains in Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, but the biggest villains in the trilogy were the League of Shadows, and here’s everything that Ra’s al Ghul and company were responsible for in this version of Batman’s universe. After the failure of Joel Schumacher’s Batman & Robin in 1997, the Caped Crusader made his return to the big screen in Nolan’s Batman Begins in 2005, which explored the origin story of the title character, following Bruce through his training and decision to become a vigilante, to his confrontation with villains Carmine Falcone (Tom Wilkinson), Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow (Cillian Murphy), and Ra’s al Ghul (Liam Neeson).
The latter introduced himself to Bruce as Henri Ducard and recruited him to the League of Shadows, where Bruce trained in different types of combat, but Bruce didn’t share the League’s ideas and dangerous plans and left the group, but Ra’s al Ghul went after him some time later. Ra’s al Ghul revealed to Bruce that the League of Shadows’ purpose was to restore balance to the world by enacting purges at various points in history, and shared with him some of the events in history that the League of Shadows caused – and here are all six events the League of Shadows were responsible for in Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, both before the events of Batman Begins and throughout the trilogy.


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