- Patient is... dead. The patient exhibits no signs of life (heart beat, brain waves, respiration, digestion, et cetera).
- Patient's DNA test have continually returned with corrupted results.
- Patient exhibits inhuman strength, durability, endurance and resilience.
- Patient is over a hundred years old.
- Patient's metahuman profile cannot be completed due to inability to test his blood (too putrid) or tissue (too decayed), but the patient seems to be a metahuman who has developed a sort of flawed immortality.
- Patient's intelligence seems to fluctuate over time as he has observed to be almost infantile in his reasoning, but the records indicate several incidents in the past where he has demonstrated at least above-average vocabulary
- Patient likes nursery rhymes, claiming to find them calming.
- NOTE: Patient's inhibitor collar is ineffective and does not actually negate his metahuman abilities, but he seems to believe it is working. DO NOT SHARE THIS INFORMATION WITH THE PATIENT FOR ANY REASON. If patient is observed tampering with the collar, call for security immediately!
- Threat Assignment: Severe
- Treatment Ranking: 1-Compliant
- Intake Interviewer: Dr. Roy Westerman
- Assigned Patient Coordinator: Dr. Hugo Strange
Trivia and Notes
- When he's in Arkham he's kept in the Basement in a Holding Cell.
- His death (over a business dispute or a woman) started a now century old feud between the Gold and Steeplechase families which resulted in at least ten murders, five arsons, four kidnapping, and over eighty cases of assault.
- Solomon Grundy's Patient number (#44-S) is a nod to his first comic book appearance: All-American Comics #61, in 1944.
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