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Clayface is stated to be a classically trained yet terrible actor who turned into a shapeshifting mass of clay after "a terrible pottery accident.
Clayface is first introduced playing as a "southern bartender character" in Noonan's bar. When he first reveals himself, he spins into his normal form and sprays clay all over Harley and Doctor Psycho the latter of whom wondered if he was actually playing the role of "literal piece of shit". In response, Clayface transformed into Doctor Psycho himself, saying that "now I'm a literal piece of shit", prompting Doctor Psycho to attack him from across the bar and get into a fist fight. Next Clayface join Harley teams and helped Her and Doctor Psycho to rob a bank without a hitch, pocketing his share of the take by literally shoving dollar bills into his clay flesh. Expecting their heist to be on the news as the last story, Clayface then pulled out a cell phone from his flesh to take a selfie in front of the TV, only to find that a box of baby ferrets ended up being the "last and most compelling story.
Clayface a tall average build male made out of clay, with yellow eyes and yellow, crooked teeth. He can also take on any appearance he want.
Clayface is a dimwit stated to be a classically trained yet terrible actor who turned into a shape shifting mass of clay after "a terrible pottery accident." While he has a well developed vocabulary and if familiar with some literature, his appreciation of such works are fairly juvenile, as he has played dead in the middle of a crisis in just to play out a scene from William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and often overdevelops his personas far more than the situation actually demands. He does genuinely care for his compatriots as well, showing concern for King Shark's fin injury and Poison Ivy's kidnapping.
Powers and Abilities
Clay Physiology: As an animated clay creature, Clayface is able to reabsorb lost limbs or mass, be ground down to mud and reform, extend the length of his limbs by shifting his mass, etc. Additionally, if a piece of him is separated, it will form a discrete identity until reabsorbed.
Shapeshifting: Clayface's signature ability is transforming into anything he likes, such as other people, completely made up people, animals, wolves, etc. He is as believable as his acting skills allow.
Superhuman Strength: Due to his large mass and size, Clayface possesses superhuman strength
Malleability: Due to his physiology, Clayface is essentially invulnerable to all conventional weapons such as knives and gunfire, due to his body repairing itself afterwards.
Expert Actor: As a former actor he can usually make his disguises believable, although his eccentricities often ruin them.
Diminished Intellect: Clayface is too dimwit to get out of mess can't shapeshifting is sometime terrible if he can't making right.
Histrionic personality disorder:
Clayface: Oh, I can't even imagine what it must be like to go through life a giant, deformed thing.
Doctor Psycho: You can't, you can't imagine that?
~ Clayface lacks self awareness.
Clayface: Promise us you will not make us the Jen Aniston to your Bradley Pitt's feverish pursuit of co-star Ann-halina Yo-lee.
Doctor Psycho: Wow, that's a lot to unpack
~ Clayface's concern about the Joker
Clayface: Why, Lord? Why take him when you could have me instead? I am a perfectly delicious substitute.
Doctor Psycho: What the hell are you talking about? He's still alive.ClayfaceHuh? Oh, I was rehearsing. I have an audition for a margarine commercial
~ Clayface Rehearsing at King Shark's bedside.
I fear they've poisoned Ivy.
Nothing? Should've saved that for a lower-stakes situation.
I know just what we need. An idea. Yes, who's got one?
We have gathered today to pay respects to our beloved friend. Her death was not an empty sacrifice. And, of my friend, I will say just this. Of all the souls I have met on my journeys, hers was the most…human.
~ Clayface at Poison Ivy's funeral
Unlike some of the counterparts this version of Clayface does not have a vulnerability to water he can submerged deep into the ocean, he can even breath underwater.