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I'm totally on board for this idea. I agree that BC and Huntress are probably the most logical choices, Lady Blackhawk just wouldn't fit unfortunately, because they are strongly connected to Batman already.
Oracle was a member of the birds of prey I didn't know that I thought it was Catwoman, Huntress and Black Canary. Anyways the three of them could appear in the next game but not as a group sort of been counted for Catwoman appears and is playable, Huntress was mentioned by Vicki Vale in a interview and Black Canary doesn't appear but a restaurant in the game was named the Black Canary. Adding more groups and allies to the game would ruin the mood of it think about it it suppose to be a more darker version of Batman if allies will be added it should be those that can fit the mood so having huntress would work since she's like that. Back in AA batman was just by his lonesome which created dark and scary mood which he's know for be feared. In AC they had other characters added but they were off on their own teaming up would make it no longer the feeling of them being on their own. As when Robin said he'd come back to help Batman but was turned down. It's about the atmosphere being created so I don't think they'll add that many characters and have groups as it be ruined and the characters are more darker version so Catwoman and the others teaming up wouldn't happen she already had a team with Poison Ivy and Harley and they split up.
BIRDS of prey? Could this explain the bloody nest with a rat?
I would love it if Huntress to made an appearance. She's connected to Batman, Nightwing and Oracle and she became Batgirl for a little while during No-Man's Land. After Batgirl, (IMO) she's the next logical supporting character to introduce.
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There have been FOUR Batgirls. Barbara Gordon, Helena Bertinelli (temporary), Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown.
And Batwoman is a completely different character.