- Patient lacks an outer layer of epidermis, but is otherwise in good health (it is unclear if this is a birth defect or caused by other means).
- Patient has an unusual depressive disorder in which she is compelled to become someone else in an attempt to find a life in which she can truly be happy.
- Patient will only discuss herself in third-person and will only identify in first person as the identity she has assumed (or practicing to become).
- Patient said it best in describing her behavior: "Jane is a cipher. She is... incomplete. Her life is empty, so she covets the lives of others. She takes their lives so she can have their lives."
- Patient has in-depth knowledge of Arkham's policies and procedures as she has assumed the identities of several Arkham staff, including performing their job assignments convincingly.
- Patient is a master of disguise, most effectively through the methodical flaying of her victims and wearing of their skin, but is convincing through use of more mundane disguises using make-up and costume prosthetics as well.
- Patient has previously assaulted patients Thomas Elliot (#60903) and Warren White (#72004); and to avoid retaliation needs to be isolated in solitary.
- Threat Assignment: High
- Treatment Ranking: 4-Resistant
- Intake Interviewer: Dr. Roy Westerman
- Assigned Patient Coordinator: Dr. Roy Westerman
Trivia and Notes
- She has impersonated Anne Carver (a security guard at Arkham) and Bruce Wayne (replacing Thomas Elliot while he was impersonating him).
- When she's in Arkham she's housed in Solitary Confinement.
- Jane Doe's Arkham number is a nod to her first comic book appearance: Arkham Asylum: Living Hell #1, July, 2003.
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