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Skinslip is a member of the Slaughterhouse Nine.

AppearanceEdit

Due to the nature of his power, Skinslip has a patchwork appearance.

Abilities and PowersEdit

Skinslip has the ability to manipulate his own skin and regenerate. He can extend this ability by flaying people and stitching or stapling their skin to his own. Skinslips' regeneration connected the tissues and extended his power’s breadth and reach, but it didn’t prevent all rejection or decay, forcing him to replenish it from time to time.[1]

Skinslip has displayed a wide array of uses for his ability. He has used it to climb buildings, break his fall, smother and bludgeon his foes.[1]

It is unknown how his powers would have interacted with Vellum.

HistoryEdit

BackgroundEdit

Skinslip was recruited to swell the ranks of the dilapidated Nine, alongside Damsel of Distress and Night Hag.

Post-TimeskipEdit

Despite still being alive several clones were made of him,[2] presumably of finer make given that he was alive to draw memories from.

Weaver tried to read up on him before heading into a hostage situation.[3] Golem dealt with a clone at Redfield.[4]

He was effectively cannon fodder for the engagement and no known instances of him survived.

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Skinslip was a minor regenerator with a changer ability, allowing him to manipulate his own skin. I could see him using it to scale a surface. He extended that ability by flaying people and crudely stitching or stapling their skin to his own. The regeneration connected the tissues and extended his power’s breadth and reach, but it didn’t prevent all rejection or decay, forcing him to replenish it from time to time. He was a newer member, but they’d still cloned him.
    [...]
    Hatchet face excepted, they were enemies who were exceedingly mobile. Skinslip’s skin acted like a grappling hook, it let him climb, and it broke any fall. He could also smother and bludgeon his opponents with it, if he felt the need. - Excerpt from Sting 26.5
  2. Sting 26.5
  3. Sting 26.3
  4. Sting 26.5

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