- Patient is in good physical health.
- Patient's blood tests show he has built up a considerate resistance to his so-called "Fear Toxin" from repeated exposure.
- Patient is currently under investigation by for the murder of his grandmother using a homemade pest control chemical.
- Patient has advanced "Phobophilia" or love of fear. Patient is so desensitized to fear that he is compelled to cause fear in others as a form of transference.
- Patient is a former employee of Arkham Asylum (Head of Research - 9 years) and was the supervisor of Dr. Hugo Strange. The two created a psychotropic medication which Crane later developed into his "Fear Gas".
- Patient is a cunning sociopathic genius. Do not underestimate him.
- Patient may engage in psychoanalysis of others in an attempt to deduce their darkest fear or torment them... he is highly effective at such cruelty.
- Patient's therapy is postponed after the suicides of his last two therapist.
- Patient has an extensive criminal history with a large number of accomplices who now reside here in Arkham as patients.
- Patient's cell should be searched daily for homemade masks.
- Threat Assignment: High
- Treatment Ranking: 4-Resistant
- Intake Interviewer: Dr. Roy Westerman
- Assigned Patient Coordinator: Dr. Roy Westerman
Trivia and Notes
- When he's in Arkham he's housed in the Intensive Care Area.
- In addition to creating the "Fear Toxin" he also made a drug called "Content" (or "Bliss") used in Spyral brainwashing.
- Scarecrow's Patient number (#61505) is a nod to his appearance in Batman Begins on June 15th 2005.
- Scarecrow's needle-glove is a nod to Nightmare on Elm Street and Batman: Arkham games.
- His locked-up portrait is based onhis appearance in Year One: Batman/Scarecrow comic.
- The "Content" drug might be a nod to Gothtopia.
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