Arkham Origins IncidentEdit
After getting all Enigma Datapacks, Batman finds a secret room with the first prototype Riddler Trophy, possibly showing that Batman had gotten Enigma's interest in riddles going again after he managed to get all the datapacks and solve the towers, and started to create his new identity as The Riddler, to further challenge Batman and prove he's the superior out of the two of them.
Arkham Asylum IncidentEdit
After Riddler hacked into Batman's communications from his hidden lair, he challenges the Dark Knight to (optionally) solve Riddles and find Riddler trophies he placed around the island. They will be marked on the map after Batman collects Riddler Maps, which were left by Riddler before he left the island. After doing all of these challenges, overheard on Batman's comm, the police discover Riddler's hideout and subsequently arrest him.
Arkham City IncidentEdit
After all criminals and Batman himself are locked up in a walled-off chunk of Gotham, the Riddler does exactly what he did six months before: hide trophies and riddles for Batman to find and solve. This time, he makes them not only hidden, but some can only be collected by solving taxing puzzles. The trophies are for not only Batman, but Catwoman as well. Catwoman's trophies are lit pink and Batman will be electrocuted if he attempts to even touch them. Catwoman, however, can collect both pink and green trophies. This time, instead of Riddler Maps, disguised Riddler goons highlighted in green must be interrogated to see the trophy locations on the city map.
Arkham Knight IncidentEdit
Riddler trophies return in Arkham Knight, while collecting some is still the same as the previous times Batman also has to use the Batmobile in order to collect and locate some of them.
- In Arkham Origins, the Riddler Trophies have been replaced by Enigma Datapacks.
- Riddler has produced at least 924 trophies:
- Riddler Trophies are the only collectibles in the series to appear in all four of the main Arkham games.