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Quote1 Flash seemed decent, but it wasn't until his pal died in front of him that he drew a line in the sand. Maybe that's why he ran so fast. To get away from admitting he'd let all this happen. To outrun all that blood on his hands. Quote2
-- Harley Quinn src

Barry Allen is the Flash, the fastest man alive and the protector of Central City.

Before Metropolis

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Fall of the Regime

Barry joined The Regime at first, because he did believe that the Man of Steels plans for protection of Earth. However after witnessing the High Councilor kill Shazam in cold blood made Barry question the whole purpose of the Regime. Barry decided that he must leave the Regime and join and help Batman's Insurgency, because "Superman has gone too far.".

After joining the Insurgency, Barry warned the Insurgents on Superman's plan on destroying Gotham and Metropolis to set an example towards the Insurgency. Barry helps the Insurgency protect Gotham and Metropolis, but is blasted away by Yellow Lantern's Force Wave. Barry is later seen let himself arrested due to having most of his crimes from the time he was in the Regime. Before he escort himself to the police van consisting the other Regime members, who are now arrested for fully aligned with Superman, Barry gives a smile to original universe's Green Arrow, amends that Barry will find a new and better life after his imprisonment.

Possible Post-Regime Epilogue

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The Flash had taken down the High Councilor, but the atrocities he had abetted during Superman's Regime continued to haunt him. His shame eventually drove him into exile.

Whether wishing to make further amends or simply unable to stop himself, Flash continued to use his powers in the pursuit of justice. Rumors of a mysterious red streak of energy that would set upon and incapacitate criminals circulated throughout Central City. While only some deduced his real name, most felt gratitude and affection for the new hero they called, 'The Ghost.'

Before Brainiac

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Brainiac's Invasion

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Possible Post-Brainiac Epilogue

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Flash Injustice 2 Epilogue

"So much for heroes. Brainiac had barely hit the floor when the arguing started. Should we kill him? Keep him alive? I couldn't watch them go to war. Not again. So I ran ... into the Speed Force. Brainiac wanted the universe to himself, so I dropped him off at the end of history. But I still keep running. I needed to be alone.

Then I heard a familiar voice. It was Jay and the other speedsters! A crisis is coming, he told me. But if we run fast enough, together, we just might save the multiverse! I thought I'd been running away. But I was running towards something. It's good to believe in heroes again."

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