Are Batman's contingency plans good idea or bad?

Justice Buster, Brother Eye, Tower of Babel, Doom, need I go on?
Is Bruce unnecessarily and dangerously paranoid or safely prepared in a paranoid way?
I will provide a vote but I prefer a reason.

  • Bad idea
  • Good idea
  • It depends ( justification must be provided for this one)

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Sometimes they pay off, sometimes they backfire.

I say it depends. While well intended, you can’t always forsee how your ideas and plans can be altered or manipulated. Someone perhaps more wise than I once told me that all plans fall to opposition. In my eyes, it’s better to not be that fully prepared. It’s not bad to have a plan, but leave gaps. Room for error and correction. Space for deviancy from the plan. And always have a backup plan riddled with just as many holes. And another. But don’t build up this golden idea and hope it never fails. Everything fails

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To add on to what ghostzero.gz.19854 said, if Batman is coming up with contingency after contingency, a truly effective one requires a lot of concentration and mentality energy. How would he have time to both execute it and devise numerous other contingencies?

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Don’t ever question Bruce, what he does is for the sake of the world. #cheesy

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