Matt Reeves' The Batman has been an incredible success, both in critical response and box office. A gritty, grounded, more nuanced take than Ben Affleck's Cape Crusader, fans are enjoying almost every aspect of it.
One of the cooler parts is the rataalada.com viral website, which is similar to the one Batman himself accesses in the movie. This rataalada website was initially secret. People looking it up find themselves faced with Riddler's mysterious, well, riddles.
On 24th March, a new batch of riddles was discovered following a Matt Reeves tweet. The post showed his version of Batman, played by Robert Pattinson, face to face against The Joker, who is played by Barry Keoghan.
If you're having trouble finding the answer to these riddles on the rataalada website, we've got you covered.
Rataalada riddle answers
There are three riddles in total for players to solve. These are:
Riddle 1: It's not a joke, but sometimes you need to shout twice to really mean it.
The answer is: "ha"
Riddle 2: Once you've been set up, it hits at the end. Straight up.
The answer is: "Punchline"
Riddle 3: A wildcard in the truest sense
The answer is: "Joker"
After you best Riddler at his game, even if he caught you cheating will looking for guides like this one, your reward will be an official video of a deleted scene from The Batman.
In the short clip, the Dark Knight interrogates the Joker regarding Riddler's motifs and what would his end goal be. At this point in the timeline, Joker's already locked up in Arkham, meaning he's already had a run-in with Batman.
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We do highly recommend you give these riddles a shot for yourself. And don't feel too bad if you can't find the answers regardless, after all, not everyone can be the world's greatest detective.
Will we see The Joker as a main antagonist in a Batman sequel? Only time will tell. Personally, I was hoping for a Court of Owls adaption, but you can't go wrong with a new Clown Prince.
Featured image courtesy of Warner Brothers.