Earlier in the story, the Court of Owls tolerated Hugo Strange`s hit on Thomas Wayne and Martha Wayne. The sensei confronted the unidentified member of the Court of Owls for allowing Strange to kill people he respected. When the member of the Court of Owls declared that Thomas Wayne would exhibit their organization, the sensei killed him.  While the sensei was running the Eulenhof, he was secretly a member of the legendary assassin organization League of Shadows. The leader of the League, Ra`s al Ghul, used the position of sensei in the Court of Owls to achieve his own goals. A politician and member of the Court of Owls named Lincoln March was used by the secret organization to distract Bruce Wayne during their assassination. But March turned against the court and killed many of its leaders. Gotham is almost always shrouded in mystery, and episode 1. Mai added another big question to the DC show: Who is the head of the Eulenhof? The idea of a single person pulling the strings of the secret society arises, and it is quite clear that it is not yet a character that fans have met. The Court of Owls was an enigmatic and powerful organization about which little was known, except for the fact that it was a “secret council” that ran everything in Gotham, including Wayne Enterprises. The organization could be described as a secret society made up of the city`s wealthiest and most influential citizens. Hugo Strange was tasked by them to pave the way for immortality by bringing the dead back to life with intact memories. Later, they planned to destroy Gotham with a newly developed weapon, which they had done twice before in the city`s history, to clean it up.
The Court of Owls was destroyed by their leader Sensei, who killed the upper limbs as they were no longer useful to his larger plans for Gotham City and Bruce Wayne. With Bruce, the sensei arrives at the seat of the Court of Owls, where his council meets. While Bruce remains in the shadows, the sensei asserts his rightful place as head of the court and turns to his colleagues on the council. He claims that three years ago, a great injustice was committed by the hands of the court in the murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne. One of the members of the court accuses the sensei of leaving Gotham for years, while he is the head of the organization, and explains that decisions had to be made. After listening to the man`s arguments, the sensei asks Bruce to come forward. The sensei reminds him that it was his parents who were killed and asks Bruce to judge him. When Bruce nods, the sensei claps his hands and a group of talons comes out of the shadows and slaughters the chiefs. With Bruce, the shaman reaches the seat of the Eulenhof, where his council meets. While Bruce remains in the shadows, the shaman asserts his rightful place as head of the court and turns to his colleagues on the council. He claims that three years ago, a great injustice was committed by the hands of the court in the murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne. One of the members of the court accuses the sensei of leaving Gotham for years, while he is the head of the organization, and explains that decisions had to be made.
After listening to the man`s arguments, the sensei asks Bruce to come forward. The sensei reminds him that it was his parents who were killed and asks Bruce to judge him. However, he also urges Bruce to have the court executed, and when Bruce does not respond, the sensei claps his hands, causing a group of talons to come out of the shadows and massacre the chiefs. Once the act is done, the sensei turns coldly to Bruce and mentions to Bruce that he hesitated. Bruce promises he won`t do it next time, and the sensei tells him he knows Bruce won`t. Later, the sensei visits Bruce and asks him what he is thinking. Bruce reveals that he has thought about his plans to avenge his parents, and that now that it is done, he feels refused because he was not the one who gave the order. The sensei reveals that Bruce will have another chance to prove that he is worthy. At the same time, a door opens and two greenhouses and Professor Strange enter the room. Strange is intrigued by the fact that Bruce is completely docile to the sensei`s requirements and claims that he wants to study the sensei`s techniques. The sensei explains that Strange will one day become one and orders him to show them the bomb.
Like Strange, the sensei gives Bruce the bomb detonator. He reveals that the bomb will hit thousands of people in Gotham and that Bruce will rise from the ashes of the cities as a dark hero. He tells Bruce that it will be his job to push the detonator, and Bruce promises that he will do it when it comes time for Gotham to fall. As they prepare to leave, they are suddenly ambushed by Alfred Pennyworth and Harvey Bullock, who have learned from the Whisperer gang where the mansion is located. Alfred confronts Bruce and the sensei and orders the shaman away from Bruce. However, the sensei calmly tells Alfred that he`d better drop the gun, and Bruce steps forward in front of the sensei and protects him from Alfred`s gun with his own body. Bruce reveals that the sensei showed him his true destiny to destroy Gotham with his own hands. The sensei and Bruce walk away, while a heel attacks Alfred.  The sensei was the leader of the mysterious Court of Owls, an organization that controls Gotham City. The sensei were secretly members of the ancient and powerful secret assassin organization of the League of Shadows. Sensei was the representative of Ras al Ghuls of the League of Shadows.
Here are some other clues about the identity of the head of Court Of Owls: This person actually hires assassins who wear masks and use swords, much like the League Of Assassins, a brotherhood of fearsome villains from DC Comics. And most importantly, this leader believes that the best way to deal with a criminal city is to burn it down – perhaps metaphorically, since the mysterious “weapon” that will do this has yet to be revealed.