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Masked Guard
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General Information
Real name: Unidentified
First Appearance: Batman: Arkham Asylum (2009)
Created by: Rocksteady Games
Affiliations: Arkham Asylum
Abilities: No Special Abilities
Portrayed by: Steve Blum
Danny Jacobs
Wally Wingert
Chris Cox
Roger Rose
"Hell, this ain't worth it for fifteen lousy bucks an hour!"
―Guard reconsiders his career options.[src]

The Masked Guards are a group of characters appearing in Batman: Arkham Asylum.

BiographyEdit

The Masked Guard is the average security officer at Arkham Asylum, one of the many present during the Joker's takeover of the asylum. He - along with numerous others - are distinguished by extensive riot control paraphernalia, including helmets with plexiglass visors that obscure their features. Most were hired by Quincy Sharp during a recent campaign funded by Wayne Enterprises to bolster Arkham's fledgling security force.

Road to ArkhamEdit

After apprehending the Joker at Gotham City Hall, Batman telephoned Warden Sharp to tell him that he would arrive in fifteen minutes. Sharp notified the Masked Guards of his frustration at the Joker's previous escape and refused to tolerate further incompetence, insisting that "we straighten out Arkham today, we straighten out Gotham City tomorrow."

Batman: Arkham AsylumEdit

The Masked Guards were responsible for guarding and patrolling the Intensive Treatment Center, when the Joker was recaptured by Batman. Several were posted to guard the Joker as he was being returned to Arkham after his most recent capture. While being transferred through the Holding Cells, the Joker broke free and liberated all the prisoners housed in the Holding Cells, mostly death row convicts transferred from Blackgate Prison. Masked Guards are encountered throughout the asylum, though nearly all are overpowered and slaughtered by the escaping felons. Surviving officers battled to regain control with little effect. Those who escaped the initial purge later fell under Poison Ivy's spell after her mutated plants overran Arkham Island.

Batman: Arkham CityEdit

It was originally implied that a new force of Masked Guards would return under Hugo Strange's employment in Batman: Arkham City, the highly anticipated sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum. Nevertheless, their role is superseded by a new entity, TYGER.

List of Masked Guards in Batman: Arkham AsylumEdit

Named personnelEdit

OthersEdit

The following is a list of all the Masked Guards that have appeared in Batman: Arkham Asylum:

  • Masked Guard #1: Stood guard to the left of the security door leading into the Intensive Treatment Center when the Joker was being returned to the asylum by Batman. He was not seen again and his status remains unknown. If he remained at his post during the Joker's takeover of Arkham, he was probably killed by the escaping inmates as they left the Intensive Treatment Center.
  • Masked Guard #2: Stood guard behind Masked Guard #1 in the first hallway of the Intensive Treatment Center. When Batman delivered the Joker to the door, he followed his colleague's example and raised his gun second to level it at the Joker. When Batman walked past him toward Warden Sharp, this Masked Guard turned and kept his rifle trained on the Joker's head. He stayed behind in the hallway and did not follow the warden and Batman into the Intensive Treatment Lobby with the Joker. His status remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #3: Stood guard to the right of the security door leading into the Intensive Treatment Center when the Joker was being returned to the asylum by Batman. He quickly raised his rifle and aimed it at the Joker as Batman dragged the villain into the building toward Warden Sharp. He remained at his post when the Joker was escorted into the Intensive Treatment Lobby by Frank Boles. His status remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #4: Stood guard next to Frank Boles at the security door leading into the Intensive Treatment Lobby. Oddly enough, he never leveled his rifle at the Joker even though the villain was surprisingly close to him. He stood motionless holding his weapon with both hands as Batman thrust the Joker into the Intensive Treatment Center. This guard looked on quietly as Frank Boles and another guard strapped the Joker into a patient handcart to wheel him into the Intensive Treatment Lobby. His status as of the Joker's takeover of the asylum remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #5: Stood at Warden Sharp's side as the Joker was being delivered to Frank Boles and his escort. Motioned for Batman to hand the villain over to the Arkham staff, but kept his rifle trained on the Joker's head as Batman thrust him forward. The Masked Guard lowered his gun as Officer Boles grabbed the Joker to strap him into the patient handcart. He remained on guard next to the door and did not follow Batman and Boles into the Intensive Treatment Lobby, although he shot the Dark Knight a parting glance. His status remains unknown.
  • Masked Guard #6: Stood guard to the left of the door leading to the Intensive Treatment Lobby, under the command of officer William North. He watched a security team and Batman wheel the Joker by on a patient handcart. Later executed by Frank Boles.
  • Masked Guard #7: Stood guard to the right of the door leading to the Intensive Treatment Lobby, under the command of William North. He stood next to North and Warden Sharp when they followed Frank Boles and the Joker's escort into the lobby's upper area. Turned and watched as the Joker was wheeled to a service lift leading to the upper area, but remained where he was and did not follow North to the service lift. Instead, he remained in the upper area on guard. This Masked Guard left the Intensive Treatment Lobby at some undisclosed time, and was thus not present when Frank Boles murdered his former colleagues in the lobby during the Joker's takeover. His status remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #8: Assigned to wheel the Joker through the Intensive Treatment Center to his cell. He awaited the Joker's arrival at Arkham, standing behind Warden Sharp, to the right of the door to the Intensive Treatment Lobby. When Batman dragged the handcuffed Joker through the door of the Intensive Treatment facility, this guard was ready with a patient handcart. He and Boles then strapped down the grinning killer's arms and legs into the cart, before turning to Warden Sharp. Sharp ordered them to take Joker to Patient Handover. While in Secure Transit, a power outage occurred, causing this guard to warn Joker, "Stay where you are." The lights eventually came back on and this guard wheeled the Joker into the Transfer Loop, where the team was joined by Police Commissioner Gordon. After handing the Joker over to a doctor and a new guard, this Masked Guard remained in the hallway of the Holding Cells with Frank Boles. He disappeared after Boles and Gordon became trapped in the area by the Joker, and his fate remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #9: Assigned to be part of the security team escorting the Joker through the Intensive Care facility. He was waiting in the Intensive Treatment Lobby with Officer William North as the Joker was wheeled into the lobby by Masked Guard #8, accompanied by Batman and Officer Boles. Proceeded with the Joker's escort as far as the Cell Block Transfer Corridor, pausing only briefly to give a cursory nod to one of his colleagues, who was accompanying Dr. Penelope Young. His status as of the Joker's takeover remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #10: Stood guard in the upper area of the Intensive Treatment Lobby, standing to the right of the service lift, which descended into the lower lobby area. The Masked Guard had his rifle aimed at the Joker's handcart as soon as the villain was wheeled into the lobby. At some unrecorded time, this guard left the Intensive Treatment Lobby after the Joker had been escorted through the area. His status remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #11: Stood guard in the upper area of the Intensive Treatment Lobby, standing to the left of the service lift, which descended into the lower lobby area. He looked at Masked Guard #10 standing just opposite of him, and followed his example after his raised his rifle to train it on the arriving Joker. This guard remained at his post with his superior, William North, in the lobby area after the Joker had been escorted through the area. This Masked Guard finally met his end at the hands of the traitorous Frank Boles.
  • Masked Guard #12: Stood guard at the entrance to the Utility Corridor in the lower area of the Intensive Treatment Lobby. He was presumably close to William North, who was also acquainted with this guard's wife and family. Shot dead by Frank Boles during the Joker's takeover of the asylum. North promised him he would look after "Maria", most likely referencing a spouse or child.
  • Masked Guard #13: Posted on the lower area of the Intensive Treatment Lobby, near where the service lift descended. He pointed his rifle at the Joker and kept it trained on the villain as he was being transferred to the lower area on the lift. This Masked Guard was finally murdered by Frank Boles.
  • Masked Guard #14: Stood guard on the lower level of the Intensive Treatment Lobby, just opposite the Utility Corridor. He watched the Joker being escorted through the area, then left the lobby shortly afterwards at an undisclosed point. The final fate of this Masked Guard remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #15: Stood guard to the left of the service lift in the lower area of the Intensive Treatment Lobby. As Frank Boles and Batman with the Joker descended to the lower level in the lobby, this guard raised his rifle and kept it aimed at the Joker. When the lift had reached the ground level, this guard gestured with his head for Boles to go ahead. He watched as the security team escorted him into the weapons scanner tunnel, and then left the lobby afterwards. His final fate remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #16: Operated the weapons scanner under the supervision of Aaron Cash during the Joker's arrival. As Batman, the guards, and the Joker entered the chamber to be scanned, this guard was clearly visible tapping away on the keyboard of a computer console inside the X-ray operating booth. Cash then reminded him, "Tunnel's full. Start the scan." The guard, in response, reported: "Scan initializing." As this Masked Guard watched the canner's progress on a security monitor, he suddenly said, "We got a red light! Multiple prohibited items." Cash was furious at this guard and his fellows, voicing his disapproval loudly: "I want Joker searched again!" But the guard began to stammer, "Uh,....it's not the patient, sir.....it's....um..." Ignoring the guard's sheepish stammering, Cash regained his composure immediately. He waited quietly as the guard began to check the full results of the scan. He finally told Cash, "Scan is green on Joker." Cash then ordered, "Open the gate! Get him out of there!" The Masked Guard quickly complied. He vacated the weapons scanner booth and later took up his post alongside the other guards in the Intensive Treatment Lobby, where he was eventually shot dead by Frank Boles along with most of his colleagues in the lobby during the Joker's takeover.
  • Masked Guard #17: Helped operate the weapons scanner during the Joker's arrival. As Batman, the guards, and the Joker entered the chamber, this guard was clearly visible inside the unoccupied X-Ray booth. His status remains uncertain.
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"Take me back to my office. The warden wants Joker cured."

  • Masked Guard #18: Was seen conversing freely with Dr. Penelope Young in the Intensive Treatment Lobby outside the weapons scanner tunnel to the right of the door to Cell Block Transfer with another colleague, Maria Andrade. However, as soon as the Joker appeared being escorted through the area, this guard raised his assault rifle to level it at the Joker, warning Dr. Young, "Look out, Dr. Young!" Watching as he did this, the startled Andrade turned around and quickly followed his example. Masked Guard #18 told Young, "Keep behind me!" This Masked Guard lowered his rifle as the Joker was taken away, reporting to his agitated colleague, "He's clear." This guard later left the Intensive Treatment Lobby to take Dr. Young back to her office, but his whereabouts during the Joker's takeover and his eventual fate remain unknown.
  • Masked Guard #19: Was seen escorting four Blackgate prisoners with another guard on the left hallway of the Cell Block Transfer Corridor toward the Intensive Treatment Lobby. Seeing the Joker being escorted by several other guards and Batman on the right hallway, the prisoners began to chant, "Joker! Joker! Joker!" This guard held an assault rifle at their backs, ordering them in a loud voice: "Shut it and keep movin'." When the convicts ignored his orders for them to be quiet, he shouted, "I said, shut it! Now..!" At his command, the convicts finally silenced. It is most probable that this convicts were freed during the Joker's takeover and recruited into his gang, although the fate of this guard seen escorting them is currently uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #20: Was seen escorting four convicts temporarily transferred to Arkham from Blackgate Prison with a colleague on the left hallway of the Cell Block Transfer Corridor toward the Intensive Treatment Lobby. Seeing the Joker being escorted by several other guards and Batman on the right hallway, the prisoners began to chant, "Joker! Joker! Joker!" This guard rasped at them, "Shut up!" However, the convicts could sense the lack of forcefulness in his voice and kept on cheering the Joker on. This guard's colleague, however, proved more forceful and finally silenced the unruly offenders. It is most probable that this convicts were freed during the Joker's takeover and recruited into his gang, although the fate of this Masked Guard seen escorting them is currently uncertain.
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On duty.

  • Masked Guard #21: Stood guard on the right hallway of the Cell Block Transfer Corridor in the Intensive Treatment Center with three other guards and an orderly, who was to document the medical condition of each inmate being signed in. This guard had his rifle trained on the Joker as Batman and Frank Boles escorted him through the area. His status as of the Joker's takeover remains unknown.
  • Masked Guard #22: Stood behind Masked Guard #21 on guard in the Cell Block Transfer Corridor of the Intensive Treatment Center. He refused to take his rifle off of Joker, as his colleagues had done, nor did he relax his grip. As the Joker was wheeled over by Frank Boles and Batman, this guard remained a safe distance from the villain, on guard to the right of the door leading to the Secure Transit area. While the orderly looked the Joker over, this guard adjusted his grip several times on his rifle. When the Joker jerked suddenly to scare the orderly, this guard remained motionless, but kept his gun leveled at the Joker's handcart. When Boles and Batman began to wheel the Joker into Secure Transit, this Masked Guard finally lowered his rifle, but his gaze followed the Joker's escort until they were no longer in sight. His status as of the Joker's takeover is unknown.
  • Masked Guard #23: Stood guard to the left of the door in Cell Block Transfer leading to the Secure Transit area of the Intensive Treatment Center. His status as of the Joker's takeover remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #24: Stood guard with an assault rifle in the upper level of Secure Transit, to the right of the door leading to the Cell Block Transfer area of the Intensive Treatment Center. He, along with many other security personnel, were guarding Secure Transit under the supervision of Louie Green. He looked on as the Joker's escort wheeled the villain into Secure Transit. After Killer Croc and the Joker had been successfully transferred through the area, this guard left Secure Transit. His whereabouts during the Joker's takeover, and his current status, remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #25: Stood guard with an assault rifle in the upper level of Secure Transit, to the right of the door leading to the Cell Block Transfer area of the Intensive Treatment Center. He, along with many other security personnel, were guarding Secure Transit under the command of Officer Green. He looked on as the Joker's escort wheeled the villain into Secure Transit. The Joker's team had to pause when Killer Croc was being transferred through the area. Killer Croc arrived on the elevator as the Joker reached the area, and Officer Green gave him top priority. As the elevator doors opened, Green ordered his men to get ready and keep their guns on Croc at all times. This guard turned to face Croc as the elevator doors opened, but did little else. He appeared increasingly fearful however, he shifted his weight nervously as Croc towered over all the other guards in the room. His eyes remained riveted on Croc, and followed the hulking inmate as he lowered his head under his activated electroshock collar. After Croc had been taken away, this guard lowered his rifle and watched as the Joker was taken to the Secure Transit elevator. He did not budge from his original position, even into the early stages of the Joker's takeover. Shortly afterward, six escaped inmates armed with pieces of piping freed by the Joker after his escape invaded Secure Transit and murdered this guard in cold blood. Batman came across his body later, to the left of the upper level area with one of the Joker's gag chattering teeth toys trundling around next to it.
  • Masked Guard #26: Stood guard to the right of the Secure Transit elevator on the upper level of the Intensive Treatment Center. He was standing at such a position that he could not clearly see the elevator's occupant until they stepped out of the elevator. He did not raise his rifle until Killer Croc stepped out of the elevator. Even when the hulking villain stepped out, this guard seemed to ignore him until a spotlight was switched on, directed at Croc's head. Seeing clearly the full details of the reptilian criminal, this guard immediately raised his rifle at Croc and backed away nervously. After Croc had been taken out of the area, this guard relaxed, lowered his rifle, and stepped back to his original position. He left Secure Transit at some undisclosed time, since he was not present there during the Joker's takeover. His current status remains unknown.
  • Masked Guard #27: Stood guard to the left of the elevator in the upper area of the Secure Transit area in the Intensive Treatment Center. As Frank Boles and Batman with the Joker entered Secure Transit, this guard shot them a quick glance. His attention, however, was mainly focused on the hulking Killer Croc, also being taken through the area. This guard had been one of the two members of security assigned to escort Croc to Cell Block Transfer. As Killer Croc began to step out of the elevator, this Masked Guard raised his rifle, then turned to face the beast. As Killer Croc turned to threaten Batman and the Joker's escort, this guard stood his ground and kept his gun on the inmate. After someone had activated Croc's collar and shocked him to get him under control, Croc was forced to grudgingly move toward Cell Block Transfer, with another guard escorting him. This guard looked after them for a few seconds, then walked quickly across Secure Transit to catch up. He was mentioned by his colleague later that they had successfully gotten Croc back to his cell, although his status afterwards remains unknown.
  • Masked Guard #28: Stood in front of the elevator in the Secure Transit area of the Intensive Treatment Center when Killer Croc was being transferred through the area. This guard paid no attention whatsoever to the arriving Joker, who was being escorted by Batman and Officer Frank Boles. Instead, his attention was on the elevator, since he was waiting for Killer Croc to come up from the lower level. This Masked Guard was one of the two members of security assigned to escort Croc to Cell Block Transfer. When the announcement over the Arkham intercom stated that Croc was on his way, Louie Green stepped back from the elevator and motioned at this guard to step a few paces back. At Green's order, he raised his rifle and aimed it at Croc as the villain stepped out of the elevator. Croc, upon seeing Batman, took a giant step towards him, but this guard kept his rifle on him and refused to budge. When Croc was under control again after being shocked by the electroshock collar around his neck, he hurled one last threat at the Dark Knight before grudgingly stomping away. This guard hurried after him to keep up, and was followed by a Masked Guard #27. After successfully getting Croc back to his cell, this guard was caught up in the Joker's takeover. A fake radio call ordered him to Arkham East to await further orders. Throwing a uniform overcoat over his riot gear, this guard hurried to Arkham East, where he found at least a dozen more guards had been lured into the area by the same blind. He subsequently took up his post at the door to the Arkham Mansion. Thirty minutes later, Batman had arrived on the scene. By this time, most of the guards had realized that the Joker had tricked them and that the inmates were taking over the asylum, piece by piece. The guard, when approached by Batman, told him, "So, the nutcases are running wild. Do you need any help?" Batman responded, "Just stay alert, officer. I'll take care of it." The Masked Guard then added briefly, "We moved Croc down to his cell before I was moved here. Think of what would happen if that monster got free." Some time later, Arkham East was overrun by the escaped inmates as well. An armed inmate targeted this security guard and killed him. His gun was taken and claimed by the escaped inmates, who left him dangling upside down by his ankle from the doorway of the mansion.
  • Masked Guard #29: Stood guard behind Masked Guard #28 in the upper level of the Secure Transit area of the Intensive Treatment Center when Killer Croc was being transferred through the area. This guard paid no attention whatsoever to the arriving Joker, who was being escorted by Batman and Officer Frank Boles. Instead, his attention was on the elevator, since he was waiting for Killer Croc to come up from the lower level. At Officer Green's order, he raised his rifle and aimed it at Croc as the villain stepped out of the elevator. When the spotlight was switched on Croc, the Masked Guard lowered his rifle, but Croc was far from being under control. As Croc took a step forward, the guard raised his rifle and followed the villain's head with the barrel. He lowered his rifle as Croc and his two guards walked away toward Cell Block Transfer. This guard's gaze followed Croc until he was out of his line of vision, even though he kept staring after him. At some undisclosed time, most of the guards left Secure Transit, but he remained. During the Joker's takeover, the villain's henchmen singled this guard out as a target and invaded Secure Transit, murdering him. Once he was downed, they stood around his corpse, kicking at it. One thug noted, "This guard did not put up much of a fight." This prompted another thug to respond, "Joker was right. This is easy! Bring it on. They don't stand a chance!" The first thug added, "This guard always gave [Joker] a hard time." Yet another goon responded, "Not anymore...." The goons continued the discussion about the deceased guard, one of the other henchmen laughing, "Yeah, serves him right!" He then asked the first goon, "So, you really gonna do what you said?" The thug was quick to reply: "Yup. Get out of here. Find [the guard]'s family, and waste 'em all." The thugs continued kicking at the security man's body, one stating, "That's cold, man. I like it." The first goon finally commented: "These guards think they're so clever. Well, you aren't so clever now, are you? Joker's the real deal. Planned this for months. Even tricked the Bat into bringing him home."
  • Masked Guard #30: Stood guard behind Masked Guard #29 in the upper level of the Secure Transit area of the Intensive Treatment Center when Killer Croc was being transferred through the area. After Croc had passed through the area, this guard, unlike most of the others, displayed no further interest in him. He nodded at Frank Boles, who was escorting the Joker through the area at the time, and left Secure Transit at an undisclosed point. His status as of the Joker's takeover remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #31: Stood guard on the far left of the Secure Transit area next to a ventilation grate. This Masked Guard never leveled his rifle at Croc when ordered by Officer Green to do so, and simply watched Croc's passing by with no interest, staring straight ahead. He also did not hold his gun at the ready or in the proper position, holding the rifle with its barrel pointed at the ceiling. During the Joker's takeover, armed inmates invaded the upper level of Secure Transit. They attacked this guard and overpowered him. Batman arrived on the scene later, finding the deceased security guard sprawled near the edge of the elevator shaft.
  • Masked Guard #32: Stood guard with an assault rifle in the lower level of the Secure Transit area of the Intensive Treatment Center, to the left of the elevator. He, along with three other security personnel, were guarding Secure Transit under the command of Henry Smith. He looked on as the Joker's escort wheeled the villain into the lower level of Secure Transit. He kept his rifle trained on Joker until his security team had him safely inside the Transfer Loop. He vacated Secure Transit shortly after, and his status remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #33: Stood guard with an assault rifle in the lower level of Secure Transit, to the left of the elevator behind Masked Guard #32. He, along with three other security personnel, were guarding Secure Transit under the command of Henry Smith. He looked on as the Joker's escort wheeled the villain into the lower level of Secure Transit. He kept his rifle trained on Joker until his security team had him safely inside the Transfer Loop. He vacated Secure Transit shortly after, and his status remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #34: Stood guard with an assault rifle in the lower level of Secure Transit, to the right of the elevator. He, along with three other security personnel, were guarding Secure Transit under the command of Henry Smith. He looked on as the Joker's escort wheeled the villain into the lower level of Secure Transit. He kept his rifle trained on Joker until his security team had him safely inside the Transfer Loop. He vacated Secure Transit shortly after, and his status remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #35: Stood guard with an assault rifle in the lower level of Secure Transit, in front of the auxiliary entrance to the Transfer Loop. He vacated Secure Transit shortly after, and his status remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #36: Stood guard over the control office in the lower level of Secure Transit. He vacated the area shortly after, and his status remains uncertain.
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"Joker's been busy. These poor guards never stood a chance!"

  • Masked Guard #37: Posted at the first corner of the Processing Corridor in the Intensive Treatment Center during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard was at his post when the Joker's accomplice, Harley Quinn, succeeded in taking control of Arkham's security systems and helping the villain escape. The Joker set free all the prisoners in the Holding Cells, then fled down the Processing Corridor while Batman fought the inmates. The guard on the corner proved an easy target and was one of the Joker's first victims. While following the Joker's trail of destruction, Batman across the body of this guard, slumped against the wall of the Processing Corridor. The Joker had left a set of gag teeth next to the corpse as his calling card, causing Batman to grimly murmur, "Wherever that madman goes, death is sure to follow!"
  • Masked Guard #38: Posted outside an office in the Processing Corridor of the Intensive Treatment Center during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard was at his post when the Joker's accomplice, Harley Quinn, succeeded in taking control of Arkham's security systems and helping the villain escape. The Joker set free all the prisoners in the Holding Cells, then fled down the Processing Corridor while Batman fought the inmates. The guard just around the corner proved an easy target and was one of the Joker's first victims. While following the Joker's trail of destruction, Batman across the body of this guard, crumpled in the middle of the corridor next to a wastepaper basket outside the office he had been guarding.
  • Masked Guard #39: Posted to guard an office near the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center during the Joker's escape from custody. He, along with Eddie Burlow, comprised the security personnel guarding the area near the Decontamination Chamber. Burlow was posted at the door, and this guard outside the doctor's office just down the corridor. During the Joker's escape through the area, this Masked Guard proved an easy target and was overpowered and murdered by the Clown Prince of Crime. The Joker left a pair of toy chattering teeth trundling around near his corpse as a trademark. A few minutes later, Batman arrived on the scene. When called to the Decontamination Chamber door by Eddie Burlow, Batman passed this guard's body, stretched out on the floor amid several torn power cables outside the door to the office he had been guarding.
  • Masked Guard #40: Posted to guard an office just outside the Patient Pacification Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center when the Joker wrestled free from his guards and escaped from custody. This Masked Guard soon proved an easy target during the villain's escape through the area and was one of the Joker's first victims. He lay crumpled near his desk amid a pile of scattered documents around the corner from the door to Patient Pacification when Batman arrived on the scene, following the Joker's trail of destruction and too late to stop the murder of this unfortunate member of security.
  • Masked Guard #41: Responded to an alarm at the Patient Pacification Chamber after the Joker had freed all the inmates in the Intensive Treatment Center, including the deranged serial killer, Victor Zsasz. Zsasz invaded Patient Pacification, brutally murdering one security guard and taking another, Mike, hostage. This guard watched helplessly as Zsasz barricaded himself in the area, strapping Mike to an electroshock chair and threatening to electrocute him if any of the guards made a move. The Masked Guard stood next to Zach Franklin at the entrance of the Patient Pacification Chamber, attempting desperately to talk Zsasz down as he threatened his hostage. When approached by Batman, the guard begged, "Please you gotta save [Mike]!" He continued trying to negotiate with Zsasz as Batman left to attempt a rescue. This Masked Guard held an assault rifle in his hands, and although he constantly aimed it at Zsasz, he did not shoot for fear of harming the hostage. With this in mind, Zsasz began to take cover behind Mike, using the hostage as a shield for any possible gunfire offered by the guard. After Batman had sneaked up on Zsasz, knocked him down, and freed his hostage, this guard rushed in, standing over Zsasz and covering him with his rifle to prevent any escape. When Batman approached the fallen Zsasz, the guard reassures him, "He's not going anywhere. I've got him covered." He then muses more as an afterthought: "Who let this freak out in the first place?" Some time later, Zach Franklin and his party (including this guard) left Patient Pacification. Zsasz escaped their custody, and thus it remains to be seen if Masked Guard #41 survived the Joker's attack on Arkham or if he returned to his original post after the villain's defeat. Notably, this Masked Guard is the very first Masked Guard Batman can interact and converse with. As the player approaches this guard on the screen, an option is given to "Talk to Guard".
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"Zsasz bit me once. I still have the mark on my arm!"

  • Masked Guard #42: Responded to an alarm at the Patient Pacification Chamber after the Joker had freed all the inmates in the Intensive Treatment Center, including the deranged serial killer, Mr. Zsasz. After Zsasz had taken Mike hostage, this Masked Guard, a known friend of Mike, arrived on the scene with Zsasz's personal therapist, Dr. Gretchen Whistler. He, another guard, and Dr. Whistler climbed the stairs to the higher level. The Masked Guard stood on the balcony overlooking Zsasz and his hostage, attempting to talk Zsasz down. He shouted, "He's done nothing to you! Let him go!", but Zsasz ignored him. When approached by Batman, this guard told him in a frantic voice, "Zsasz has got my buddy. He's gonna fry him! Do something. Please." Batman then instructed the guard to keep Zsasz occupied so he could get behind him. The Masked Guard managed to buy Batman some time when he demanded to know what Zsasz wanted. While Zsasz furiously repeated his threats, this guard's anger was also aroused, causing him to vent his frustration by saying that Zsasz himself should be executed instead: "I hate this guy. I've always said we should just exterminate the lot of them!" After Harley Quinn trapped Batman and the guards in the room, the Masked Guard concentrated on finding a clear channel on the radio to order control to shut down the security door and open it so they could escape. After a few minutes, Batman escaped through the ventilation shaft, much to the guard's surprise. He and his party left the chamber a short while later, although Zsasz managed to escape. This Masked Guard's status remains unknown, as he was not seen again.
  • Masked Guard #43: Posted in the Patient Pacification Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with Mike during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard, a close friend to officer Zach Franklin, was at his post when the Joker's accomplice, Harley Quinn, succeeded in taking control of Arkham's security systems and helping the inmates escape, including Victor Zsasz. Zsasz invaded Patient Pacification, brutally murdering this guard and taking Mike hostage. Zsasz had murdered this guard first to satisfy his bloodlust. The Masked Guard lay crumpled on one end of the room, stretched out on the littered floor of the chamber, one hand still clutching the mortal wound dealt to him by Zsasz. Batman first spotted this guard's corpse while observing Zsasz from a vantage point near the top of the room. Determined to prevent the spilling of more blood, Batman defeated Zsasz and retook control of the Patient Pacification Chamber. Zach Franklin entered the room to free Mike, discovering this guard's corpse within. Fighting back grief at the death of his friend, Officer Franklin leaned over the body once, confirming his worst fears about his colleague. He laid one hand on the guard's helmet, then glanced at Zsasz, almost as if expecting him to begin killing again any moment.
  • Masked Guard #44: Posted in the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with twelve other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This guard was in the Decontamination Chamber when he and the other Masked Guards were attacked by a large group of liberated inmates led by the Joker. In the confusion of the gunfight that followed, the Joker released several canisters of his toxic Joker Venom gas into the room, killing many of the guards and inmates alike. When Eddie Burlow finally succeeded in forcing the door to Decontamination from the Processing Corridor and rushing inside, he found himself at an observation window which allowed him a view into the chamber. This Masked Guard was coughing furiously at the window. He began to sag as the toxic green gas filled the room, and pounded on the window as he looked up and saw the shocked Burlow. Unfortunately, the Arkham security systems detected the poisons in the room and sealed off the area, trapping and dooming this guard inside. He reached up and hopelessly struck the window again with his gloved fist, to no avail. Burlow could do little but gape in terror. The gas began to overcome the Masked Guard, attacking his nervous system and causing a slow, painful, death. The dying guard was reaching to strike the sealed-off observation window again when he suddenly seized his head violently with both his hands, his terrible pain obvious as the horrified Burlow looked on and Batman rushed to the window, just in time to watch this Masked Guard die and crumple to his knees, then slide out of sight of the observation window. The Dark Knight was too late to rescue the doomed guard and nine others, although three managed to escape the dense Joker Toxin by climbing to safety.
  • Masked Guard #45: Posted in the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with twelve other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This guard was in the Decontamination Chamber when he and the other Masked Guards were attacked by a large group of liberated inmates led by the Joker. In the confusion of the gunfight that followed, the Joker released several canisters of his toxic Joker Venom into the room, killing many of the guards and inmates alike. When Eddie Burlow arrived at the observation window, this Masked Guard was visible in the chamber beyond, staggering in the midst of the deadly gas. He was clutching his stomach, then clawed and writhed madly as the gas began to overcome him. He turned toward the window as he sank to his knees, then fell as he stretched out his hands in a gesture of pain. Sadly, the Dark Knight was too late to rescue the doomed guard and nine others, although three managed to escape the dense Joker Toxin by climbing to safety.
  • Masked Guard #46: Posted in the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with twelve other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This guard was in the Decontamination Chamber when he and the other Masked Guards were attacked by a large group of liberated inmates led by the Joker. After the Joker had released the canisters of Joker Venom into the room, this guard was being overcome by the gas when Eddie Burlow and Batman arrived at the observation window. He was visible through the window at the far wall. Collapsing to his knees on the floor, the Masked Guard was overcome by the toxic gas.
  • Masked Guard #47: Posted in the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with twelve other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This guard was in the Decontamination Chamber when he and the other Masked Guards were attacked by a large group of liberated inmates led by the Joker. When Joker Venom was released into the room, this guard was at the observation window. He managed to escape to escape immediate death by the gas, however, by leaping up and, through, some physical effort, seize the ledge of the upper level on that side of the room. He was not killed by the dense toxin because it remained on the lower floor. Losing his grip on the ledge, the Masked Guard pulled himself up as far as he could onto the upper level, and shouted, "Help me!" As Batman arrived on the upper level via the ventilation system, the guard shouted again, "Please help me! Over here, please!" As his legs dangled over open air and the green gas below, this guard, hanging on for dear life, was elated upon Batman's arrival. The Caped Crusader took him by the back of his collar and hoisted him up onto the ledge, telling him, "You're going to be fine. Stay here." Batman left this Masked Guard resting on the ledge, and proceeded to rescue the other survivors. At some undisclosed time, Masked Guard #47 left the Decontamination Chamber, most likely in the company of the other survivors. His status as of the later stages of the Joker's takeover remains unknown.
  • Masked Guard #48: Posted in the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with twelve other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This guard was in the Decontamination Chamber when he and the other Masked Guards were attacked by a large group of liberated inmates led by the Joker. In the gunfight that followed, this guard tried to contact his closest friend and colleague, Steve, on his radio. As Batman escaped from the Patient Pacification Chamber, his information broker, Oracle patched him into this Masked Guard's radio conversation, allowing Batman to listen in. At first, only muffled gunshots dominated the feed, but then Masked Guard #45 reported, "Steve! More Blackgate prisoners, by the boiler." Steve responded, "Who's that behind them? Oh my God! It's Joker. He's free! How'd he break out....!" The radio call was then cut off, and the feed went dead. After the Joker had released the canisters of Joker Venom gas into the room, this guard was able to climb to safety onto a layer of ductwork on an upper level and was the only survivor to completely, and successfully do so, without having to be rescued by Batman. Steve tried to reach the extraction system on the other side of the room so he could activate the ventilation system in order to filter the deadly gas out of the room, but was forced to abandon his mission and seek safety instead, scaling a ladder leading to a small utility ledge above. But then the boiler exploded, taking out Steve's ladder and leaving him hanging precariously from the ledge. The Masked Guard turned around in desperation, spotting Batman, who landed on the ductwork behind him. He then turned and shouted at Steve, "Batman's here! Just hold on a little longer, Steve!" When further approached by Batman, the guard, without taking his eyes off Steve, begged him, "Please, you've got to save Steve." After rescuing Steve, this Masked Guard shouted, "Batman! The extraction system! Steve was trying to get to the control panel on the end of the room!" He repeated his message with hand gestures, then sank to one knee and sat down on the ledge. He remained there after Batman had successfully cleared the gas from the room, then, at some undisclosed time, Masked Guard #48 left the Decontamination Chamber, most likely in the company of the other survivors. His status as of the later stages of the Joker's takeover remain unknown.
  • Masked Guard #49: Posted in the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with twelve other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This guard was in the Decontamination Chamber when he and the other Masked Guards were attacked by a large group of liberated inmates led by the Joker. After the Joker had released the canisters of Joker Venom gas into the room, this guard bravely made his way past the Joker's hordes of inmates and into the guard office on the end of the room. Staggering past a High Security Henchman, the Masked Guard hoisted himself onto the computer chair in the office, reaching upwards for the extraction control panel. When Batman arrived on the scene a few minutes later, he found Masked Guard #49 slumped over the office desk, his gloved hand still reaching up for the control switch, just inches from his goal. It is unknown if this Masked Guard was overcome by the gas, or possibly murdered by the Joker himself, perhaps to prevent him from ventilating the toxins out of the room.
  • Masked Guard #50: Posted in the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with twelve other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This guard was in the Decontamination Chamber when he and the other Masked Guards were attacked by a large group of liberated inmates led by the Joker. In the gunfight that followed, this guard was too close to the door to the Transfer Loop from which the inmates were using to enter Decontamination, and was shot dead on the scene. After being shot multiple times, the Masked Guard lay crumpled in the center of the Decontamination Chamber as the Joker released his canisters of Joker Toxin into the room, killing inmates and guards alike. Fate proved merciful to Masked Guard #50, as he was spared and even more painful and horrible death to the Joker's toxic gas. Batman came upon his body after ventilating the gas out of the room, amid several spent shell casings scattered across the ground.
  • Masked Guard #51: Posted in the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with twelve other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This guard was in the Decontamination Chamber when he and the other Masked Guards were attacked by a large group of liberated inmates led by the Joker. In the gunfight that followed, this guard retreated into a shower area and tried to take cover, but was shot several times before he could seek sufficient cover. This Masked Guard lay slumped against a wall as the Joker released his canisters of Joker Toxin into the room, killing inmates and guards alike. Fate proved merciful to Masked Guard #51, as he was spared and even more painful and horrible death to the Joker's toxic gas. Batman came upon his body after ventilating the gas out of the room, amid several spent shell casings scattered across the floor.
  • Masked Guard #52: Posted in the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with twelve other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This guard was in the Decontamination Chamber when he and the other Masked Guards were attacked by a large group of liberated inmates led by the Joker. In the gunfight that followed, this guard took cover, ducking behind a generator, possibly to reload his weapon. However, his cover gave him no protection from the toxin that the Joker released into the room. The Masked Guard was on his knees and peering over the top of the generator when the gas seeped in under his helmet and killed him. He fell backwards and landed directly under the security gate control panel for a doctor's office on the other side of the room.
  • Masked Guard #53: Posted in the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with twelve other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This guard was in the Decontamination Chamber when he and the other Masked Guards were attacked by a large group of liberated inmates led by the Joker. In the confusion of the gunfight that followed, the Joker released several canisters of his toxic Joker Venom into the room, killing many of the guards and inmates alike. This guard was among the many killed by the gas, and lay stretched out on the floor near the observation window. He was among the first to die from the gas, although several of his colleagues resisted it and held out slightly longer. Sadly, the Dark Knight was too late to rescue the doomed guard and nine others, although three managed to escape the dense Joker Toxin by climbing to safety.
  • Masked Guard #54: Posted in the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with twelve other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This guard was in the Decontamination Chamber when he and the other Masked Guards were attacked by a large group of liberated inmates led by the Joker. In the confusion of the gunfight that followed, the Joker released several canisters of his toxic Joker Venom gas into the room, killing many of the guards and inmates alike. This guard was among the many killed by the gas, and lay face down on the floor near the observation window. He was among the first to die from the gas, although several of his colleagues resisted it and held out slightly longer. Sadly, the Dark Knight was too late to rescue the doomed guard and nine others, although three other security guards managed to escape the dense Joker Toxin by climbing to safety.
  • Masked Guard #55: Posted in the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with twelve other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This guard was in the Decontamination Chamber when he and the other Masked Guards were attacked by a large group of liberated inmates led by the Joker. In the confusion of the gunfight that followed, the Joker released several canisters of his toxic Joker Venom gas into the room, killing many of the guards and inmates alike. This guard was among the many killed by the gas, and lay in a twisted position on the floor near the observation window. He was among the first to die from the gas, although several of his colleagues resisted it and held out slightly longer. Sadly, the Dark Knight was too late to rescue the doomed guard and nine others, although three other security guards managed to escape the dense Joker Toxin by climbing to safety.
  • Masked Guard #56: Posted in the Decontamination Chamber of the Intensive Treatment Center along with twelve other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This guard was in the Decontamination Chamber when he and the other Masked Guards were attacked by a large group of liberated inmates led by the Joker. In the confusion of the gunfight that followed, the Joker released several canisters of his toxic Joker Venom gas into the room, killing many of the guards and inmates alike. This guard managed to make his way down a hallway to the right of the observation window towards the exit. However, he proved too late, as Arkham's security system detected the toxins in Decontamination and sealed off the area, trapping and dooming this guard inside. He was among the first to die from the gas, although several of his colleagues resisted it and held out slightly longer. Sadly, the Dark Knight was too late to rescue the doomed guard and nine others, although three other security guards managed to escape the dense Joker Toxin by climbing to safety. He came upon Masked Guard #56's corpse a few minutes later, marked by a set of gag chattering toy teeth that the Joker had left in his wake as a calling card.
  • Masked Guard #57: Posted in the Transfer Loop of the Intensive Treatment Center along with two other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard was at his post when the Joker's accomplice, Harley Quinn, succeeded in taking control of Arkham's security systems and helping the villain escape. The Joker set free all the prisoners in the Decontamination area, then fled down the Transfer Loop after releasing his toxic gas in Decontamination. The guard and his colleague just around the corner proved an easy target and were the Joker's next victims. While following the Joker's trail of destruction, Batman across the body of this guard, strewn next to the wall to one side of the hallway.
  • Masked Guard #58: Posted in the Transfer Loop of the Intensive Treatment Center along with two other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard was at his post when the Joker set free all the prisoners in the Decontamination area, then fled down the Transfer Loop after releasing his toxic gas in Decontamination. The guard just around the corner proved an easy target and was among the Joker's next victims. While following the Joker's trail of destruction, Batman across the body of this guard, slumped against a series of pipes on one side of the hallway leading to Secure Treatment Transfer.
  • Masked Guard #59: Posted in the Transfer Loop of the Intensive Treatment Center along with two other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard was at his post when the Joker's accomplice, Harley Quinn, succeeded in taking control of Arkham's security systems and helping the villain escape. The Joker set free all the prisoners in the Decontamination area, then fled down the Transfer Loop after releasing his toxic gas in Decontamination. The guard just around the corner proved an easy target and was the Joker's next victim. While following the Joker's trail of destruction, Batman across the body of this guard, crumpled face down in the middle of the hallway.
  • Masked Guard #60: Posted in the Transfer Loop of the Intensive Treatment Center along with two other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard was at his post when the Joker's accomplice, Harley Quinn, succeeded in taking control of Arkham's security systems and helping the villain escape. The Joker set free all the prisoners in the Decontamination area, then fled down the Transfer Loop after releasing his toxic gas in Decontamination. The guard just around the corner proved an easy target and was the Joker's next victim. While following the Joker's trail of destruction, Batman across the body of this guard, crumpled face down in the middle of the hallway.
  • Masked Guard #61: Posted in the Secure Treatment Transfer area of the Intensive Treatment Center along with four other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard and his colleagues were tasked with manning the guard stations in this area and guarding Dr. Penelope Young's first experimental test subject, the Venom Henchman, a mutated inmate. Masked Guard #61 was at his post when the Joker invaded Secure Treatment Transfer with several of his men. While one of the security guards managed to drag himself into a nearby guard booth and hole up inside, this guard was not so fortunate and was overpowered and brutally murdered by the Joker and his thugs. The fallen Masked Guard lay in a pool of his blood between the two guard stations, and after the Joker released the Venom Henchman, his inert corpse was snatched up and hurled across the room at the arriving Batman by the enraged monster.
  • Masked Guard #62: Posted in the Secure Treatment Transfer area of the Intensive Treatment Center along with four other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard and his colleagues were tasked with manning the guard stations in this area and guarding Dr. Penelope Young's first experimental test subject, the Venom Henchman, a mutated inmate. Masked Guard #62 was at his post when the Joker invaded Secure Treatment Transfer with several of his men. While one of the security guards managed to drag himself into a nearby guard booth and hole up inside, this guard was not so fortunate and was overpowered and brutally murdered by the Joker and his thugs. The Masked Guard's body lay strewn near the far end of the room, amid a pile of scattered documents on the dirty floor.
  • Masked Guard #63: Posted in the Secure Treatment Transfer area of the Intensive Treatment Center along with four other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard and his colleagues were tasked with manning the guard stations in this area and guarding Dr. Penelope Young's first experimental test subject, the Venom Henchman, a mutated inmate. Masked Guard #63 was at his post when the Joker invaded Secure Treatment Transfer with several of his men. He was guarding the door when the liberated inmates entered, and hence was the first one killed by the Joker and his goons.
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"Was that Frank Boles? I knew he was no good!"

  • Masked Guard #64: Posted in the Secure Treatment Transfer area of the Intensive Treatment Center along with four other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard and his colleagues were tasked with manning the guard stations in this area and guarding Dr. Penelope Young's first experimental test subject, the Venom Henchman, a mutated inmate. Masked Guard #64 was at his post when the Joker invaded Secure Treatment Transfer with several of his men. He and the other guards were surprised and quickly overpowered. The Masked Guard grabbed Jerry, one of his injured colleagues, and dragged them both into a nearby guard station. Staggering inside and activating the security barrier behind them, this guard deposited the senseless Jerry against one wall before passing out from his effort. He remained unconscious inside the cramped booth while the Joker loosed a Titan Henchman outside on the arriving Batman. Upon the monster's defeat, the guard revived, sitting up and rubbing his head. He then called out to Batman, shouting: "Batman! I'm over here! Quick, get in here before more of them come!" After deactivating the security barrier, the guard beckoned for Batman to come into the guard station, shrugging as he explained, "They came out of nowhere! I...I dragged Jerry in here, powered up the gate. Must've passed out." Batman cut in, demanding "Joker went through that door. What's on the other side?" The Masked Guard responded, "We call it 'extreme isolation'. Only way in is via the transport system." Batman then told the guard to activate it, and he replied with a "Not a problem. I just need to call another cell." Nodding as he spoke, Masked Guard #64 did not hesitate. Bending over a computer console, he hastily began tapping out an order on the keyboard to the computerized transport system. In response, a security monitor on the booth desk began to flicker, as this Masked Guard reported, "Something's wrong. The system's not responding." The Joker then appeared on the screen, revealing that he'd utilized corrupt security officer Frank Boles to kidnap police Commissioner Gordon, who had been visiting Arkham. To make matters worse, the computerized system remained unresponsive. Masked Guard #64 told Batman without taking his eyes off the computer screen, "System's down. Best I can do is open the door you came in through. Sorry." He then added in frustration, "This is no good. I can't get back control of the system." Evidently having seen the footage of Boles' betrayal, the guard went on, "Joker's got connections on the inside. It's like every other person's been bought off!" Batman soon left Secure Treatment Transfer and this guard continuing in his impossible task, typing away at the computer console. His status remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #65: Posted in the Transfer Loop of the Intensive Treatment Center along with another other asylum security guard and an unidentified orderly during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard was guarding the door to the Holding Cells when the Joker's accomplice, Harley Quinn, succeeded in taking control of Arkham's security systems and helping the inmates escape. Two such liberated inmates came upon Masked Guard #64 and the two other asylum staff members, murdering the orderly immediately. Upon leaving the orderly dead with a trashcan resting over his head, the duo of inmates used a length of lead piping to attack Masked Guard #65 from behind, killing him.
  • Masked Guard #66: Posted in the Transfer Loop of the Intensive Treatment Center along with another other asylum security guard and an unidentified orderly during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard was guarding the door to the Holding Cells when the Joker's accomplice, Harley Quinn, succeeded in taking control of Arkham's security systems and helping the inmates escape. Two such liberated inmates came upon Masked Guard #65 and the two other asylum staff members, murdering the orderly immediately. Upon leaving the orderly dead with a trashcan resting over his head, the duo of inmates used lengths of lead piping to attack Masked Guard #65 from behind, clobbering his skull with one of their lead pipes and killing him. They then turned on Masked Guard #66, who attempted to resist longer, but was finally downed after a brief struggle. Standing victorious over the guard's dead body, the two inmates leered down at him, one laughing, "I hope that hurt, pig. Ah, look at him! Not such the big man, anymore." The other joined in, cackling, "Man, He never stood a chance!" The first inmate then responded, "Did ya see him? He never saw it coming."
  • Masked Guard #67: Stood guard on the right hallway of the Cell Block Transfer Corridor in the Intensive Treatment Center with one other Masked Guard during the early stages of the Joker's takeover. He and his colleague were surprised and cornered in Cell Block Transfer by several liberated prisoners who had gotten their hands on assault rifles. Backing toward the locked door to Secure Transit, this guard threw himself at the mercy of the inmates, begging "Please...!" He never finished his sentence. The armed inmates ignored the Masked Guard's pleading and shot him dead on the spot.
  • Masked Guard #68: Stood guard on the right hallway of the Cell Block Transfer Corridor in the Intensive Treatment Center with one other Masked Guard during the early stages of the Joker's takeover. He and his colleague were surprised and cornered in Cell Block Transfer by several liberated inmates who had been dispatched by their leader to finish clearing the area of the "Arkham chumps". Backing toward the locked door to Secure Transit, this guard threw himself at the mercy of the inmates after they shot the other guard, begging desperately as they reloaded their guns, "I...I got a kid! You don't have to..!" He never finished his sentence. The armed inmates ignored the Masked Guard's pleading and fired all at once, blowing him off his feet, the force of the bullet throwing him backwards towards the barred door to Secure Transit. Batman arrived on the scene mere seconds later, just in time to hear the guard's murderer snicker, "You're right. I don't have to. I just want to."
  • Masked Guard #69: Stood guard in the outer courtyard of Arkham East with another guard at the gateway to the Pump Station stunnel. He, along with all the other asylum security personnel in the area, were positioned across the courtyard in pairs, protecting the important areas. Masked Guard #69 was assigned to safeguard the tunnel that led to the old pump station in Arkham West. Although his colleague was more fidgety, this security guard stood ramrod straight, still as a statue with his rifle at the ready. He wore a security overcoat over his riot gear. When approached by Batman, this Masked Guard remained undaunted at the sudden appearance of the Dark Knight, who had recently escaped the Intensive Treatment Center after the Joker's takeover. The guard told him, "Sorry, Sir, but you can't can't come in this way. It's locked down." Batman then asked him, "Where does the door lead?" The Masked Guard replied immediately, "It led to the old Pump Station. Warden Sharp had it closed down soon after he arrived. Said it was a security risk." When further approached by Batman, Masked Guard #69 told him, "They give you a history lesson on this place when you sign up. I wish I didn't know the kinds of things that happened here. The Intensive Treatment Wing used to be a factory. Must have been a hell of a place. Eight workers committed suicide there ten years back." During the later stages of the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum, the villain had his hordes of armed inmates attack Arkham East. The inmates fired on the security guards as they invaded the area, killing several instantly. This Masked Guard managed to take cover behind the courtyard's guard shack, but was shot dead by an armed inmate.
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"It's not cool. Joker's unpredictable; stay alert."

  • Masked Guard #70: Stood guard in the outer courtyard of Arkham East with Masked Guard #69 at the gateway to the Pump Station stunnel. He, along with all the other asylum security personnel in the area, were positioned across the courtyard in pairs, protecting the important areas. Masked Guard #70 was assigned to safeguard the tunnel that led to the old pump station in Arkham West. Although his colleague was more tranquil, this security guard remained fidgety, constantly displaying his nervousness by wiping his boots on his trousers, idly swatting at flies, and rubbing his feet together to keep warm. He wore a security overcoat over his riot gear. When approached by Batman, this Masked Guard was shocked at the sudden appearance of the Dark Knight, clutching at his chest and staring at Batman open mouthed, gasping, "What?" He quickly regained his composure, reassuring Batman, "The tunnel's locked down. No one in or out. It's cool." Batman remained unconvinced that any part of the asylum was safe, telling the guard, "It's not 'cool'. Joker's unpredictable. Stay alert." Masked Guard #70 could not help but retort sarcastically, "Oh, yeah? You think he'll come this way?" He then grumbled, "Of all nights for a breakout to occur. My shift was about to end when the alarms went off." Batman's words, however, soon came true. Without any chance to react when several armed inmates took Arkham East by storm, this Masked Guard was shot dead where he stood, a pair of plastic gag teeth left chattering around his body by the Joker.
  • Masked Guard #71: Stood guard in the outer courtyard of Arkham East with Masked Guard #28 at the door to the Arkham Mansion. He, along with all the other asylum security personnel in the area, were positioned across the courtyard in pairs, protecting the important areas. As Batman mounted the steps of the Arkham Mansion upon escaping the Intensive Treatment Center, he came across this Masked Guard and his colleague. He turned to Batman, saying with some irony in his voice, "Ah, so the Joker's free again." Batman responded with his usual seriousness: "Not for long.." After a few moments, Masked Guard #71's tone became slightly more serious as he added grimly, "Stop Joker, once and for all." Some time later, the Joker's henchmen invaded Arkham East. This security guard paid a high price for his laxness in guarding the mansion: his life. As the armed inmates attacked the courtyard, they shot this guard down at his post.
  • Masked Guard #72: Stood guard inside the Entrance Hall of the Arkham Mansion before the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum. Shortly after the Joker began the first steps of his takeover, this guard remained at his post, a small area leading to the Arkham Mansion's Entrance Hall, which was blocked off by a security barrier. As an added precaution, Masked Guard #72 was posted here to keep the mansion secure during the Joker's takeover. He spent the first tense hours of the takeover standing on his feet next to the security barrier with his rifle in his hands, nervously awaiting action, or resting in a small wooden chair nearby, his gun by his side. After escaping the Joker's clutches to the heavily-guarded Arkham East, Batman entered the Arkham Mansion Entrance Hall to check the mansion's security. He found the Masked Guard standing dutifully on guard, and approached him. Loosening his grip on his weapon, this security guard sighed with relief, "Thank God it's you." He then added hopefully, "Have you caught Joker yet?" Narrowing his eyes with his reply, Batman responded, "No, but I'm going to track him down. I need you to stay here, stop anyone trying to get into the mansion." Satisfied with the duty that Batman had entrusted him with, Masked Guard #72 shook his head with renewed determination: "Whatever you say, Batman. No one's getting past me." He then repeated his statement confidently, "You can count on me, Batman. No one's getting in here." However, it was not to be. Some time later, the Joker and his henchmen followed Dr. Penelope Young through Arkham East and into the mansion. Three of the villain's thugs attacked this Masked Guard at the door. Despite his efforts, they overpowered and killed him, claiming his rifle and bypassing the security barrier to get into the Arkham Mansion. When Batman returned to the mansion, he found Masked Guard #72's body crumpled lifeless near the door.
  • Masked Guard #73: Patrolled the grounds of the old Arkham Mansion in Arkham East. As Batman mounted the steps of the Arkham Mansion and walked across the nearby walkway, he came to this guard, checking the grounds with a loaded assault rifle. He turned to Batman, asking him "You need me to do anything?", hoping to make himself useful. Batman replied curtly, "Just stay alive. I'll do the rest." Impressed by his brief meeting with the famous crimefighter, Masked Guard #73 turned away and continued on his tedious patrol, murmuring, "Can't believe I got to meet the Batman." His status remains unknown.
  • Masked Guard #74: Patrolled Arkham Asylum's infamous and gloomy cemetery, located within Arkham East. As the lone security guard walked among the Arkham family gravestones, he was encountered by Batman, who had recently escaped the Intensive Treatment Center. Batman's sudden appearance startled this unsuspecting guard, causing him to instinctively exclaim, "Batman! What are you doing...!" Masked Guard #74 quickly regained his composure, looking away briefly, an embarrassed expression visible under his helmet. He then responded after a minute had passed, "I'm sorry. I kinda never thought that you were real." The Masked Guard then changed the subject to the impending situation at the asylum, wondering aloud: "What's happening?" Batman quickly filled him in on the problem as he replied, "Joker's seized control of the island. Stay here and keep a lookout. Blackgate prisoners are roaming free. Don't let them get close to you. You won't stand a chance." Nodding intently, this Masked Guard then parted ways with Batman, continuing on his usual patrol. Some time later, the Joker wrestled control of Arkham East from the guards. It is most likely that Masked Guard #74 was taken captive by the Joker's henchmen or somehow managed to evade capture, since reports indicated that he was not counted among the dead.
  • Masked Guard #75: Patrolled the upper courtyard around the Botanical Gardens in Arkham East after Batman's escape from the Intensive Treatment Center. His patrol route allowed him to check the steps to the Botanical Gardens and the door to the tunnel leading to Arkham North. As this Masked Guard marched up and down the area, he was startled by an approaching Batman, on his way to Arkham North to defend the Batmobile upon hearing over the asylum's intercom system that the Joker was ordering all liberated inmates to destroy the car and thus prevent Batman from leaving the island. Shaking his head as he contemplated the current situation on the island, Masked Guard #75 turned to Batman: "I don't get it. This place is supposed to be secure." This statement implied that the guard was one of the many new trainees in Arkham's security force and was not particularly familiar with the job. Batman reassured him, replying, "Unfortunately, some of the patients will always try and escape. I'll stop them." The Masked Guard then turned away, finding little more time for conversation and continuing on his rounds, although he could not help adding as he strode away, "My kid is going to be so jealous. He's your number one fan." Long after Batman had departed Arkham East, this guard remained stationed outside the steps to the Botanical Gardens. When the Joker's henchmen invaded Arkham East, he made an easy target in the inmates' direct line of advance and was killed at his post, with several pairs of toy "chattering teeth" left trundling along the ground next to the guard's corpse.
  • Masked Guard #76: Guarded one of the two watch towers in Arkham East, near the Botanical Gardens. When the Joker issued a fake radio call ordering all security guards to abandon their posts in Arkham North and report to Arkham East, this Masked Guard was one of the first to respond. He hurried to the area, only to find many other personnel lured to the eastern part of Arkham Island by the same blind. With no clear leadership, Masked Guard #76 stationed himself in one of the guard towers. Buttoning up his jacket against the wind, he switched on the tower's searchlight and patrolled the catwalk leading from the tower nest into Arkham East's temporary holding cells, built directly above the tunnel connecting to Arkham North. Half an hour later, he was still at his post on the tower catwalk when he sighted Batman, below on the ground. When the Dark Knight climbed the tower, he encountered this guard on patrol and questioned him. The Masked Guard hoped to receive some answers, and asked Batman, "What's happening? I got a radio call thirty minutes ago. Told me to come here and wait for more orders." Seeing no need to explain, Batman responded simply, "That call saved your life. Stay here." The guard then went on briefly, "If Joker's free, then what's to stop him from freeing the rest of the loons?" Some time later, the hero retraced his steps back to Arkham East, to find that the Joker had seized control of the area. This guard had vanished, and in his place was an armed inmate with his gun. His status remains unknown, although it is likely he was killed by the rampaging inmates.
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"If you weren't here, we'd all be screwed."

  • Masked Guard #77: Guarded one of the two watch towers in Arkham East. Unlike most of the security personnel in the area, this guard was already on duty at Arkham East when the Joker issued a fake radio call luring the other guards there to leave Arkham North undefended so he could easily seize the Intensive Treatment Center and other strategic points there. The Masked Guard heard about the Joker's takeover of the asylum as reported by Jack Ryder on his personal radio set, and was thus knowledgeable about the asylum's situation. He turned on his tower spotlight, but then pulled a wooden chair up to his desk in the tower nest and sat down. As he rested to calm his nerves, he kept his rifle by his side, gripping the barrel and glancing around nervously every few minutes. Glancing up calmly at Batman when the Dark Knight climbed the tower and entered the nest, Masked Guard #77 reported, "I heard about what happened on the news. I thought you bringing Joker back here was a good thing." Batman replied, "So did I. Stay here while I deal with this." When Batman departed for Arkham North later, he left this guard sitting alone in the tower nest. Some time later, the Joker's hordes of henchmen invaded Arkham East, murdering most of the security personnel. Masked Guard #77 rose from his seat and rushed out of the safety of the tower nest, making an easy target for an armed inmate, who shot him dead. When Batman returned to Arkham East later, he found that an armed thug now occupied the place on the tower, armed with the deceased guard's rifle.
  • Masked Guard #78: Stood guard inside the Glasshouse Entrance of the Botanical before the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum. Shortly after the Joker began the first steps of his takeover, this guard remained at his post, a small area leading to the Botanical Glasshouse, which was blocked off by a security barrier. As an added precaution, another guard was also posted here to keep the gardens secure during the Joker's takeover. After escaping the Joker's clutches to the heavily-guarded Arkham East, Batman entered the Botanical Gardens to check the area's security. He found the Masked Guard and his colleague standing dutifully on guard, and approached them. Startled at the sight of Batman, Masked Guard #78 exclaimed, "Batman! You scared me." The Dark Knight then responded, "You're lucky I'm not one of Joker's men. Stay here and keep a look out." Needing no encouraging, the two guards shifted their weight uneasily, and this one replied, "Yeah. Will do." Some time later, Victor Zsasz and hordes of other liberated inmates invaded Arkham East, overwhelming the security force. Zsasz invaded the Botanical Gardens, took these two guards by surprise, and murdered them. While two other inmates claimed the guards' weapons, Zsasz took their corpses. Dragging the bodies over to a nearby park bench, the deranged killer arranged them in a lifelike pose, propping them up with books, as if reading. He then scratched tally marks into the bench for each of the two security men. When Batman recaptured Arkham East and tracked the Joker into the Botanical Gardens later, he found Masked Guard #78 and his unfortunate colleague due to a message sent to him by the Riddler, who was tracking his movements across the asylum. The message: "Is the number up for these guards?"
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"Is the number up for these guards?"

  • Masked Guard #79: Stood guard inside the Glasshouse Entrance of the Botanical before the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum. Shortly after the Joker began the first steps of his takeover, this guard remained at his post, a small area leading to the Botanical Glasshouse, which was blocked off by a security barrier. As an added precaution, Masked Guard #78 was also posted here to keep the gardens secure during the Joker's takeover. After escaping the Joker's clutches to the heavily-guarded Arkham East, Batman entered the Botanical Gardens to check the area's security. He found the Masked Guard and his colleague standing dutifully on guard, and approached them. Masked Guard #77 was startled at the sudden sight of Batman, but this guard displayed no surprise whatsoever, and remained silent. He watched as Batman left the Botanical Gardens. It would be the last time Batman saw Masked Guard #79 alive. Some time later, Victor Zsasz and hordes of other liberated inmates invaded Arkham East, overwhelming the security force. Zsasz invaded the Botanical Gardens, took these two guards by surprise, and murdered them. While two other inmates claimed the guards' weapons, Zsasz took their corpses. Dragging the bodies over to a nearby park bench, the deranged killer arranged them in a lifelike pose, propping them up with books, as if reading. He then scratched tally marks into the bench for each of the two security men. When Batman recaptured Arkham East and tracked the Joker into the Botanical Gardens later, he found Masked Guard #79 and his unfortunate colleague due to a message sent to him by the Riddler, who was tracking his movements across the asylum. The message: "Is the number up for these guards?"
  • Masked Guard #80: Stood guard inside the Glasshouse Entrance of the Botanical before the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum. Shortly after the Joker began the first steps of his takeover, this guard remained at his post, just inside the door of the Glasshouse Entrance hall. Two other security personnel were also stationed down the passageway in a small area leading to the Botanical Glasshouse, which was blocked off by a security barrier. After escaping the Joker's clutches to the heavily-guarded Arkham East, Batman entered the Botanical Gardens to check the area's security. Whirling around and gasping in shock as the door unexpectedly swung open, Masked Guard #80 immediately raised his rifle at Batman's head. Realizing his mistake, the anxious guard rasped, "Who....!" but the sight of Batman forced him to lower his gun. He appeared relieved that it was a friend, not foe, who had bypassed his post. While Batman went to go check security in the rest of the gardens, the Masked Guard walked up and down in front of the door with his rifle. Constantly, he would face the door at long intervals and check the place of the security cameras above. When Batman exited the gardens, he walked past this guard, causing him to gasp in surprise again. Some time later, Victor Zsasz and hordes of other liberated inmates invaded Arkham East, overwhelming the security force. Zsasz invaded the Botanical Gardens, killing Masked Guards #78 and #79. It is probable that Masked Guard #80 met a similar fate; his status remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #81: Was posted in the tunnel connecting Arkham North to Arkham East along with five other Arkham security personnel during the Joker's takeover. Shortly after, the villain dispatched four liberated inmates with weapons to take the tunnel by storm. Outgunned, Masked Guard #81 led two of the other men in retreating back to the safety of Arkham East, but left three more guards behind, still trapped in the tunnel. Standing to the left of the tunnel door, rifle in hand, this guard remained alert and out of the line of fire. Some time later, Batman arrived on his way to Arkham North. The Masked Guard attempted to dissuade him from entering into a dangerous war zone, warning the crimefighter, "It's dangerous down there down there, Batman. We've got multiple Blackgaters." Nodding at Batman, he added: "They've got a hold of firearms, probably from the guard armory." Batman confirmed that he'd understood the warning, but replied, "Thanks for the concern, officer, but it will take more than guns to stop me." This Masked Guard replied, "Glad you're here to help us, Batman. This whole facility, has felt like it was at a boiling point, you know, ready to explode into something like this." He then watched carefully as Batman entered the tunnel. True to his word, Batman effortlessly defeated the armed inmates within, and went on his way. After the Joker seized Arkham East, this guard was not seen again, and his status remains unknown.
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"Glad you're here to help us, Batman."

  • Masked Guard #82: Was tasked with leading the defense of the tunnel connecting Arkham North to Arkham East along with five other Arkham security personnel during the Joker's takeover. Shortly after, the villain dispatched four liberated inmates with weapons to take the tunnel by storm. Outgunned, Masked Guard #82 led two of the other men in retreating back to the safety of Arkham East, but left three more guards behind, still trapped in the tunnel. Poised to the right of the tunnel door, this guard gripped his rifle tightly with both hands and prepared to fight should the inmates invade Arkham East's courtyard itself. Hiding on one side of the tunnel doors, the Masked Guard was approached by Batman, who inquired of the situation. Turning towards the Caped Crusader, he rasped, "Batman..! Thank God. We lost control of the tunnel and got split up. Some of my guys are pinned down in there. It's a massacre!" Batman remained calm, commanding the frightened man, "Stay here. I'll deal with this." The guard regained his composure and replied, "It's good that you're here, Batman. How long until the National Guard arrive? And how'd the Blackgaters get out? They're animals." After clearing the tunnel of henchmen, Batman continued on to Arkham North, leaving Masked Guard #82 and his colleagues behind. After Batman departed, however, the Joker ordered a fresh assault on the tunnel, which was taken by storm. The inmates then invaded Arkham East. This Masked Guard was their very first target. Upon reentering Arkham East through later, Batman came across the dead guard laying crumpled on the ground to the left of the tunnel entrance.
  • Masked Guard #83: Was posted in the tunnel connecting Arkham North to Arkham East along with five other Arkham security personnel during the Joker's takeover. Shortly after, the villain dispatched four liberated inmates with weapons to take the tunnel by storm. Outgunned, Masked Guard #83 led two of the other men in retreating back to the safety of Arkham East, but left three more guards behind, still trapped in the tunnel. Poised to the left of the tunnel door, this guard gripped his rifle tightly with both hands and prepared to fight should the inmates invade Arkham East's courtyard itself. Hiding on one side of the tunnel doors, the Masked Guard was approached by Batman, who inquired of the situation. Looking away from the tunnel and lowering his rifle, this guard told the Darkknight Detective, "We had to pull back, out of the tunnel. There are guards still in there! We need to get back in there!" Batman reassured him, calming the nervous man, "I'll handle this." Apparently too frightened or cautious to do anything else, Masked Guard #83 offered, "Thanks. Let me know if you need backup." He then added as an afterthought, "We trained in riot techniques, but these Blackgaters, they're like animals. I never thought I'd see another breakout. Warden Sharp promised this place is, or was, secure." Raising his rifle gain, this security guard watched as Batman entered the tunnel. After clearing the tunnel of henchmen, Batman continued on to Arkham North, leaving Masked Guard #83 and his colleagues behind. After Batman departed, however, the Joker ordered a fresh assault on the tunnel, which was taken by storm. The inmates then invaded Arkham East. After the Joker seized Arkham East, this guard was not seen again, and his status remains unknown.
  • Masked Guard #84: Was posted in the tunnel connecting Arkham North to Arkham East along with five other Arkham security personnel during the Joker's takeover. Shortly after, the villain dispatched four liberated inmates with weapons to take the tunnel by storm. Outgunned, three of the guards began retreating back to the safety of Arkham East, but left another three more guards behind, still trapped in the tunnel, including Masked Guard #84. He made an easy target for the inmates and was almost immediately gunned down before he could return fire. When Batman entered the tunnel shortly afterwards, he came across this security guard's bullet-riddled body, stretched out on the ground near an ambulance, where two of his more fortunate colleagues had managed to take cover.
  • Masked Guard #85: Was posted in the tunnel connecting Arkham North to Arkham East along with five other Arkham security personnel during the Joker's takeover. Shortly after, the villain dispatched four liberated inmates with weapons to take the tunnel by storm. Outgunned, three of the guards began retreating back to the safety of Arkham East, but left another three more guards behind, still trapped in the tunnel, including Masked Guard #85 and his close friend, another guard named Jackson. Jackson was mortally wounded during the crossfire, but Masked Guard #85 managed to drag him to safety behind an ambulance to take cover. From this position, he returned fire on the Joker's inmates, possibly shooting and killing two of them. However, Jackson soon died from his injuries. When Batman arrived on the scene to removed the remaining armed inmates from the tunnel, he found Masked Guard #85 kneeling by his fallen colleague. Turning to face Batman, the guard reported, "I can't believe it. They killed Jackson." Angry that he had not arrived in time to prevent the death of another innocent, Batman responded to the only survivor in the tunnel: "Stay with your colleague. I'm ending this. Now." Although Batman successfully defeated the Joker's men and disarmed them, he did not stay to report his clearing of the tunnel to Masked Guard #85, who remained hiding behind the ambulance as the Dark Knight continued to Arkham North. Some time later, the Joker ordered a fresh assault on the tunnel, which was taken by storm. An team of five inmates attacked through the tunnel, battering down the gates. Masked Guard #85 was still present. He was overwhelmed, however, and the inmates beat him brutally, leaving him for dead. They then tied a rope around his ankle and strung him upside down from the tunnel ceiling. When Batman returned to Arkham East, he noticed that the gates had been battered down, the ambulance removed, and two guards were dangling in front of the door to Arkham East. Hurrying to cut them down, he was ambushed by their attackers.
  • Masked Guard #86: Was posted in one of the two watch towers guarding the courtyard of Arkham North. When the Joker withdrew all security personnel in the area using a fake radio call on the guards' receivers, it was decided that one guard should remain so the courtyard would not go completely unguarded. Standing next to a spotlight on the tower ledge overlooking the entrance to Arkham Asylum's Intensive Treatment Center, Masked Guard #86 and his tower post were soon swamped and overrun by the raging inmates as they escaped Intensive Treatment. Dragging him out of the tower nest, the inmates, led by Harley Quinn, disarmed the Masked Guard and either shot him dead. His nest was ransacked and the security monitor inside smashed. Some time later, Batman arrived and climbed the tower to use it as a vantage point for Arkham North. His 'detective vision' installed into his cowl identified Masked Guard #86, slumped against the wall of the tower nest and confirmed him as deceased. At one point, the Joker assigned an armed inmate to act as a sniper and take the dead guard's former post, manning the tower in his place and keeping watch over Arkham North. Batman managed to evade him despite the Joker's efforts.
  • Masked Guard #87: Headed up the defense of Arkham West as the Joker's thugs, led by Harley Quinn with a captive Commissioner Gordon in tow, overran the area. As he stood guard just down the ramp from the Arkham North-West connector tunnel with an assault rifle, an army of at least thirteen inmates spilled out of Arkham North, having overpowered the lone Masked Guard #85 in the area. This guard was taken completely by surprise and the inmates' very first target. They struck him down or shot him, and Masked Guard #87 went down immediately, striking his head and losing his helmet. The Joker's thugs then threw his body into a pile of dead leaves and claimed his weapon. Without Masked Guard #87 to coordinate any serious resistance, the security personnel were all overwhelmed through sheer numbers, and Arkham West became overrun by the raging inmates.
  • Masked Guard #88: Was posted in the one watch tower guarding the courtyard of Arkham West, along with one other security guard. As the Joker's hordes of henchmen, mainly crudely armed, some with rifles but others with pieces of piping, stormed Arkham West, they found this guard in the tower and killed him, before smashing the tower spotlight. As the thugs moved on, they left Masked Guard #88 dead in the tower, but his partner managed to escape detection. It is likely that the inmates fired on the tower instead of actually storming it, as indicated by the shattered spotlight. This would also explain how his colleague managed to escape detection and take cover, while Masked Guard #88 was killed, probably due to a bullet to the back, as can be hypothesized by the position of his corpse.
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"When they caught that doctor...I'll never forget the noise he made."

  • Masked Guard #89: Was posted in the one watch tower guarding the courtyard of Arkham West, along with Masked Guard #88. As the Joker's gang stormed Arkham West, they found this guard's colleague in the tower and killed him, before smashing the tower spotlight. As the thugs moved on, they left Masked Guard #88 dead in the tower, but his partner managed to escape detection. Taking cover in the tower nest, he hid, unable to help his fellow guards in the open as they were massacred by the Joker and his inmates. From his position in the far right corner of the tower he watched below as Harley Quinn and an army of liberated prisoners marched on the Medical Facility. With no weapon, no backup, and hardly any hope for survival, Masked Guard #89 remained hidden and helpless to do anything about the situation unfolding in Arkham West. He witnessed the attempted escape of a doctor from the Medical building, the capture of the Medical Foyer by Harley Quinn, and watching as the windows of the Sanatorium lit up with the flashes of gunfire, he could only imagine the mass murder of Arkham staff that was taking place. Fortunately, Batman arrived on the scene later, overpowering two inmates trying to remodel the Visitor's Center into a likeness of the Joker's grinning face. He entered the tower nest, just as the Masked Guard stood up cautiously to get a clearer view of the situation below, remaining hunched over slightly and ready to duck down again should anyone look in his direction. As such, he hardly noticed Batman as he entered the tower. Glancing at him, Masked Guard #88 hoped Batman would be able to fill him in: "Batman, what's going on? The crazies are are moving towards the Medical Facility. What's Joker doing?" In reply, Batman responded, "He's trying to take over the island, piece by piece. It looks like Medical is his next target. Has anyone got out of the building?" Recalling the scene with the escaping doctor earlier, this guard answered the question quickly: "I saw a doctor try and get out. He was....torn apart. Thrown in the water. He never stood a chance." Realizing the plight of the innocent staff trapped in the Medical building, Batman turned to leave, telling Masked Guard #89, "You wait here. I'll be back." After clearing the Medical Facility of goons, Batman returned to the watch tower, ready to order the guard to the Medical area, now the only safe zone on the island. However, more inmates were now posted around the area, and this security man had vanished altogether, cryptically replaced by a set of the Joker's toy gag teeth, left chattering around on the floor where Masked Guard #89 had once stood. His status remains uncertain.
  • Masked Guard #90: Was posted near the entrance of the Penitentiary in the upper courtyard of Arkham West. Although armed, he didn't stand a chance against the Joker's hordes of inmates sweeping across the courtyard by storm. As a result, he made an easy target and was rushed by the inmates. Caught between the Penitentiary doors and the guard tower, the Masked Guard stood bravely at his post, but was overpowered and killed by the inmates. Three such inmates stripped him of his rifle and used it to invade the Penitentiary, leaving Masked Guard #90 dead in their wake.
  • Masked Guard #91: Was posted in the upper guard room above the Penitentiary overlooking the upper and lower courtyards of Arkham West. When the Joker's army of inmates invaded Arkham West, so did Victor Zsasz, the serial killer, who had escaped custody in the Intensive Treatment Center. Invading Arkham West with the other inmates, Zsasz found that most of the guards in the area had already been eliminated. Eager for blood, he went off in search of his own kills, and mounted the stairs leading to the balcony above the Penitentiary. He found this Masked Guard and two others standing watch on balcony and in the guard room, taking them by surprise and murdering all three by slitting their throats. Upon killing the men, Zsasz dragged them to the guard room poker table, and propped them up like rag dolls in chairs, arranging and posing it so that appeared the three deceased were enjoying a game of cards. Zsasz then vandalized the guard room by rejoicing over his newest tally marks, scrawling them on the dead security personnel's cards and leaving Batman to discover the grim scene later. The Dark Knight was tipped off to the killings by a conundrum sent to him by the Riddler, who was tracking his movements across the asylum. The message: "Zsasz is counting on you finding his work."
  • Masked Guard #92: Was posted in the upper guard room above the Penitentiary overlooking the upper and lower courtyards of Arkham West. When the Joker's army of inmates invaded Arkham West, so did Victor Zsasz, the serial killer, who had escaped custody in the Intensive Treatment Center. Invading Arkham West with the other inmates, Zsasz found that most of the guards in the area had already been eliminated. Eager for blood, he went off in search of his own kills, and mounted the stairs leading to the balcony above the Penitentiary. He found this Masked Guard and two others standing watch on balcony and in the guard room, taking them by surprise and murdering all three by slitting their throats. Upon killing the men, Zsasz dragged them to the guard room poker table, and propped them up like rag dolls in chairs, arranging and posing it so that appeared the three deceased were enjoying a game of cards. Zsasz then vandalized the guard room by rejoicing over his newest tally marks, scrawling them on the dead security personnel's cards and leaving Batman to discover the grim scene later. The Dark Knight was tipped off to the killings by a message sent to him by the Riddler, who was tracking his movements across the asylum. The message: "Zsasz is counting on you finding his work."
  • Masked Guard #93: Was posted in the upper guard room above the Penitentiary overlooking the upper and lower courtyards of Arkham West. When the Joker's army of inmates invaded Arkham West, so did Victor Zsasz, the serial killer, who had escaped custody in the Intensive Treatment Center. Invading Arkham West with the other inmates, Zsasz found that most of the guards in the area had already been eliminated. Eager for blood, he went off in search of his own kills, and mounted the stairs leading to the balcony above the Penitentiary. He found this Masked Guard and two others standing watch on balcony and in the guard room, taking them by surprise and murdering all three by slitting their throats. Upon killing the men, Zsasz dragged them to the guard room poker table, and propped them up like rag dolls in chairs, arranging and posing it so that appeared the three deceased were enjoying a game of cards. Zsasz then vandalized the guard room by rejoicing over his newest tally marks, scrawling them on the dead security personnel's cards and leaving Batman to discover the grim scene later. The Dark Knight was tipped off to the killings by a message sent to him by the Riddler, who was tracking his movements across the asylum. The message: "Zsasz is counting on you finding his work."
  • Masked Guard #94: Guarded the lower courtyard of Arkham West, just down the ramp from the upper level. Standing on the other side of a signpost marked 'Arkham West', this guard stood watch. However, he fared poorly against the army of the Joker's henchmen that were pouring through Arkham West. As Batman hurried through the overrun Arkham West, he found this guard's corpse stretched out amid a pile of scattered paperwork.
  • Masked Guard #95: Was posted in the lower courtyard of Arkham West, next to a guard house. As the Joker's army of inmates, led by Harley Quinn, finished off Arkham West after invading it, this Masked Guard managed to seek cover in the bushes at his post. However, this did little to protect him from the thugs, as they found him and beat him to death at his post.
  • Masked Guard #96: Was posted in the lower courtyard of Arkham West, out in the open. When the Joker gave orders for Harley Quinn to lead an attack on Arkham West, this guard and his colleagues lacked the time to organize and Arkham West was lost before they could mount a serious resistance. With no backup and no hiding place, Masked Guard #96 was doomed. Several armed inmates attacked and struck him down in the lower courtyard before proceeding to the Medical Facility.
  • Masked Guard #97: Patrolled the narrow walkway leading to an area in front of the Medical Facility entrance. When armed inmates wrestled Arkham West away from the guards, the Medical Facility was their next target. Moving towards the building in large numbers, Masked Guard #97 did not stand a chance. He was killed by an armed inmate.
  • Masked Guard #98: Was tasked along with another colleague in guarding the entrance of the Medical Facility. When Harley Quinn dispatched six pipe-wielding inmates to secure the Medical Foyer, they found this guard and his colleague in the entrance. Three of the henchmen assaulted the Masked Guard and managed to subdue him, even though he attempted to resist. The other guard failed to come to his aid because he, too, was targeted by three pipe-wielding thugs. Masked Guard #98 was downed from behind by a piece of piping and killed. The inmates then disposed of his colleague easily. This guard's three murderers then stood around his body, kicking at it out of spite. With the front entrance secure, Harley Quinn bought a captive Commissioner Gordon into the Medical Foyer while the rest of the inmates moved to capture the remainder of the building. Oddly enough, Masked Guard #98's body has mysteriously vanished, towards the end of the Joker's takeover.
  • Masked Guard #99: Was tasked along with another colleague in guarding the entrance of the Medical Facility. When Harley Quinn dispatched six pipe-wielding inmates to secure the Medical Foyer, they found this guard and his colleague in the entrance. Three of the henchmen assaulted the Masked Guard and managed to subdue him, even though he attempted to resist. The other guard failed to come to his aid because he, too, was targeted by three pipe-wielding thugs. Masked Guard #98 was downed from behind by a piece of piping and killed. The inmates then disposed of his colleague easily, vowing, "You're gonna need to check yourself into Medical when we're done with you!" This guard's three murderers then milled around next to his corpse. With the front entrance secure, Harley Quinn bought a captive Commissioner Gordon into the Medical Foyer while the rest of the inmates moved to capture the remainder of the building.
  • Masked Guard #100: Was assigned with guarding the door of the Medical Facility's Upper Corridor. After the Joker's hordes of armed inmates had seized Arkham West, they moved on to the Medical Facility, where they first targeted the Medical Foyer and then the Sanatorium. The Joker then ordered them, "I want all the doctors rounded up. Search every inch of the Medical building. I mean it, search every room, every office, and every trash can." He warned of dire consequences if a doctor managed to escape. Since the main doctors' locations were in the Upper Corridor, they made this their next target. Swinging open the doors to the Upper Corridor with a crash, the trigger-happy inmates never gave this guard a chance, ruthlessly gunning him down. After being shot thrice, the inmates fired ten more times into his body with assault rifles. They then killed all of the other Arkham staff in the nearby vicinity and split into two groups to search both hallways of the Upper Corridor. As Batman came through the Upper Corridor later, he discovered Masked Guard #100's bullet-riddled corpse crumpled near the door amid a pile of spent cartridges. Bullet holes in the nearby wall showed where stray shots had landed or shots that traveled directly through the unfortunate guard and into the wall behind him.
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Calling for backup.

  • Masked Guard #101: Guarded one hallway of the Medical Facility's Upper Corridor, leading to the X-Ray Room. When a team of armed inmates invaded the Upper Corridor from the Sanatorium, they split into two groups to search the rest of the Medical Facility. Eight of the henchmen were assigned to the X-Ray Room. Upon hearing several bursts of gunfire from the next hallway, Masked Guard #101 moved to investigate...walking straight into the deathtrap. As six of the armed inmates rounded the corner on their way to the X-Ray Room, they spotted this Masked Guard in the hallway, instantly opening fire. The Masked Guard went down under a hail of bullets before he could even respond. Taking at least seven rounds to the chest, the guard was killed immediately.
  • Masked Guard #102: Guarded one hallway of the Medical Facility's Upper Corridor, leading to the Patient Observation Room and the Surgery area. When a team of armed inmates invaded the Upper Corridor from the Sanatorium, they split into two groups to search the rest of the Medical Facility. Upon shooting the lone security guard at the entrance, several of the armed inmates moved up the stairs and into the next part of the Upper Corridor, where they encountered this guard near the top of the stairs along with two asylum orderlies on duty. This Masked Guard's ill-fated attempt to defend the innocent orderlies only led to his being shot first. At close range, the inmates fired four times, blowing Masked Guard #102 off his feet and into a wall. The helpless orderlies were not more fortunate and the next targets, being massacred by the inmates.
  • Masked Guard #103: Was posted in Secure Access on the lower levels of the Medical Facility, with three other colleagues, who occupied a guard room. As Blackgate prisoners took the elevator up to the Sanatorium to confront Batman, the Scarecrow located this guard and the others, spraying his fear gas into the room. Masked Guard #103 began furiously coughing, frantically waving his hands in a futile effort to ward off the gas. He then began glancing around in alarm, as if hallucinating. He began swatting the air around him, driven to a frenzy with fear. As the gas began to take full effect, this guard's eyes widened, and he was one of the first to collapse, having panicked to the point of death.
  • Masked Guard #104: Was posted in a guard room in Secure Access on the lower levels of the Medical Facility, with three other colleagues. Presumably killed by the Scarecrow.
  • Masked Guard #104: Was posted in a guard room in Secure Access on the lower levels of the Medical Facility, with three other colleagues. Presumably killed by the Scarecrow.
  • Masked Guard #105: Was posted behind the operating theater in Secure Access, near the decommissioned elevator to Dr. Young's Experimental Chamber. Presumably killed by the Scarecrow.
  • Masked Guard #106: Was posted in the Lower Corridor of the Medical Facility, near the Morgue. When the Scarecrow came through the area, he flooded the Lower Corridor with fear gas, and this guard hid in one behind a corner. However, he could not escape the gas, which overcame him, and he was felled. When the Scarecrow came across the Masked Guard's corpse, he dragged it across the dusty floor of the Lower Corridor to the corridor intersection, leaving the body as a gruesome marker pointing towards the Morgue. As Batman came through the area on the Scarecrow's trail later, he was affected by the gas, which caused him to hallucinate and mistake the deceased Masked Guard #106 instead for the body of Commissioner Gordon. Batman tilted the guard's head backwards, then felt for a pulse. When he found none, the disturbed Dark Knight shut the man's eyelids, and left him slumped against the wall, convinced that Gordon was really dead. After wandering around the Morgue in his drugged state, Batman recovered from the effects of the fear gas due to his unusually strong mind. He hurried back to where he had seen Commissioner Gordon's body, finding Masked Guard #106 there instead at the end of a dirt trail created by the man's muddy boots: "It wasn't Gordon! Crane's gas must have affected me more than I thought."
  • Masked Guard #107: Was tasked with getting Commissioner Gordon safely back to Gotham City from Arkham Island. Having survived the Joker's takeover long enough, Masked Guard #107, originally posted inside one of Arkham's facilities, made his way to an emergency police launch in the overrun Arkham West. Because he was armed with an assault rifle, he had little to fear from the Joker's unarmed hordes of inmates. Making the perilous journey to Arkham West undetected, the Masked Guard got on board the police launch at the docks, which then picked up Gordon to get him safely back to Gotham City. Gordon did not favor leaving Batman alone in Arkham, but the Dark Knight assured him that he was needed more in Gotham due to the mass panic induced by the Joker's claims to have planted bombs all over the city. As Gordon got on board the launch, this Masked Guard gave him a curt nod, and then, looking towards the cabin, informed Gordon, "We're ready to go now, sir." As Gordon gave a nod to the guard, he gestured to the captain, who hastily sailed across the Gotham Bay, leaving the guard and Gordon standing on deck watching Batman disappear into the night. Gordon was later recaptured by the Joker, but it is unknown how or if this affects the status of Masked Guard #107. If the Joker intercepted the police launch on the way back to Gotham City, he would've had little use for this guard and probably had him killed or taken prisoner. If Gordon returned to Arkham of his own accord later, it can be surmised that the guard made it safely back to Gotham and thus survived the Joker's takeover, but his status remains unknown.
  • Masked Guard #108: Was posted in the reception area of the Arkham Mansion's Main Hall. He was one of the four security personnel in the Main Hall at the time of the Joker's takeover of the mansion. Apparently caught by surprise, Masked Guard #108 was almost instantly taken down as seventeen inmates swept through the area, seven of them armed with guns taken from guards killed outside in Arkham East. The inmates beat the Masked Guard to death at his post, knocking him down into a stack of paperwork. Disregarding his corpse, two inmates eager to locate Dr. Penelope Young's research notes (Which the Joker had tasked his henchmen with locating), searched through the paperwork around his body, throwing away document after document in their futile search through endless stacks of molding Arkham research files.
  • Masked Guard #109: Was posted in a small reception area of the Arkham Mansion's Main Hall. He was one of the four security personnel in the Main Hall at the time of the Joker's takeover of the mansion. Apparently caught by surprise, Masked Guard #109 was almost instantly taken down as seventeen inmates swept through the area, seven of them armed with guns taken from guards killed outside in Arkham East. The inmates beat the Masked Guard to death at his post, knocking him down into a length of red cordon roping off the area, bringing the posts down with him.
  • Masked Guard #110: Was posted in a small reception area of the Arkham Mansion's Main Hall. He was one of the four security personnel in the Main Hall at the time of the Joker's takeover of the mansion. Apparently caught by surprise, Masked Guard #110 was almost instantly taken down as seventeen inmates swept through the area, seven of them armed with guns taken from guards killed outside in Arkham East. The inmates beat the Masked Guard to death at his post, knocking him backwards against a wooden display case and leaving his corpse slumped against the side of it.
  • Masked Guard #111: Guarded the door leading to the South Wing in the Arkham Mansion's Main Hall. He was one of the four security personnel in the Main Hall at the time of the Joker's takeover of the mansion. Apparently caught by surprise, Masked Guard #111 was almost instantly taken down as seventeen inmates swept through the area, seven of them armed with guns taken from guards killed outside in Arkham East. The inmates beat the Masked Guard to death at his post, knocking him backwards against the doorpost.
  • Masked Guard #112: Stood to the right of the second doorway of the Arkham Mansion's West Wing Corridor. After seizing control of the Main Hall, the Joker dispatched seven armed inmates to the West Wing to capture Dr. Penelope Young for her research notes. The inmates needed someone to interrogate on Young's whereabouts, but Masked Guard #112 put up a fight, prompting the inmates to shoot him dead at his post. When Batman arrived through the area later, he found this guard's lifeless body stretched out on the carpeted floor.
  • Masked Guard #113: Stood to the left of the second doorway of the Arkham Mansion's West Wing Corridor. After seizing control of the Main Hall, the Joker dispatched seven armed inmates to the West Wing to capture Dr. Penelope Young for her research notes. The inmates needed someone to interrogate on Young's whereabouts, but Masked Guard #113 put up a fight, prompting the inmates to shoot him dead at his post. When Batman arrived through the area later, he found this guard's lifeless body stretched out face down on the carpeted floor.
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"Batman, is the Records Room safe?"

  • Masked Guard #114: Was posted in the Arkham Mansion's West Wing Corridor. Spared by the Joker for interrogation on the whereabouts of Dr. Young. He tried unsuccessfully to defend orderly Kevin Liew from several armed inmates. While one held him at gunpoint, the other six continued on to the Records Room. They found Dr. Young, but she was in the company of security officers Aaron Cash and Zach Franklin, who fought back, allowing her to escape and slip through the Joker's clutches once again. In the West Wing, the inmate holding Masked Guard #114 at gunpoint forced him to place his hands on his head and answer when spoken to at the barrel of an assault rifle. The inmate told Kevin Liew, "Just shut the hell up. We're in control. Where did she [Dr. Young] go?" Masked Guard #114 then replied, "I don't know!" while Kevin Liew cowered and cringed in a corner. The inmate then shouted, "Answer me!" and Masked Guard #114 repeated, "I said I don't know. She could be anywhere." In his frustration, the inmate beat this guard with the handle of his rifle, striking him brutally in his fury. The thug then asked the guard, "Are you looking to die? Are you? I'm not screwing around. Where did she go?" He would have shot the Masked Guard dead on the spot to vent his anger, but the Joker had ordered that those taken captive should not be killed or suffer critical harm. After about twenty minutes more of harsh interrogation which placed the goon on a shorter and shorter fuse, Batman entered the West Wing, having disposed of the inmates in the Main Hall. Seeing the Dark Knight appear behind the inmate noiselessly, Masked Guard #114 said smugly, "You're not getting out of here, you know." Sensing a lighter tone in the guard's voice, Kevin Liew looked up to see Batman standing behind the thug and listening to the entire conversation. He added, "Yeah? Well, you're going down!" The inmate simply laughed bitterly and shouted, "Shut up! We've got this whole building locked down!" Returning to a comfortable position and removing his hands from his head, Masked Guard #114 seated himself more comfortably on some stairs and looked up at the inmate in wonder, asking him, "You really think so?" Kevin Liew then suggested the inmate turn around, but the gunman simply ignored the orderly, retorting, "Do I look stupid? Do you think I'm just going to turn around so one of you lame asses can jump me? Like that'll happen." Kevin Liew and Masked Guard #114 then traded amused glances as the room went silent, with the guard shaking his head in disbelief that the inmate still had not noticed Batman behind him. He then began cracking his knuckles to add to the tension as Batman finally pummeled the thug from behind. When Batman approached the two Arkham employees, a strange electronic collar strapped to the inmate's neck began beeping. Batman, slightly confused, asked the Masked Guard, "What's that collar do? Why is it making that noise?" The Masked Guard leaned forward for a closer look, then replied, "It's the 'Suicide Collar'. It sounds weird." He then went on to explain, "They've got some other name, but, well, we just use 'em to monitor patients' heartbeats. If it drops too low, the alarm goes off and a crash team rushes in." The Joker then appeared on a nearby security screen, explaining he would be alerted every time one of his henchmen was taken out by Batman due to the beeping Suicide Collar. The Joker mentioned that Aaron Cash was in the Records Room, and the Masked Guard confirmed this with Kevin Liew, telling Batman, "Cash is in the next room. Sounds like he's taking a beating. You'd better help him." Batman reassured both men, telling them, "I'll take care of it, you stay here." The guard seemed to eager to get to the Records Room, repeatedly asking the Caped Crusader, "Batman, is the Records Room safe?" After liberating Aaron Cash and defeating the inmates, Cash's radio call for help was picked up by Masked Guard #114 in the West Wing. He joined Cash and Zach Franklin in the Records Room. Masked Guard #114 survived until the very end, but after Poison Ivy's mutated plants overran the Arkham Mansion later, a monstrous vine smashed through the window and seized this Masked Guard, literally ripping him apart. His rifle was later retrieved by Aaron Cash, who can be seen holding it when Batman revisited the group in the mansion later.
  • Masked Guard #115: Stood to the right inside of the doorway of the Arkham Mansion's Library. It was here that Dr. Young fled, desperate to hide her research notes from the Joker. With a team of at least six inmates hot on her heels, she barely brushed by Masked Guard #115 at the entrance, rushing down the lower level. The inmates chasing her were hardly in the mood for fooling around, and they struck this guard down at the entrance before he could even respond.
  • Masked Guard #116: Was seated to the left inside of the doorway of the Arkham Mansion's Library. It was here that Dr. Young fled, desperate to hide her research notes from the Joker. With a team of at least six inmates hot on her heels, she barely brushed by Masked Guard #116 at the entrance, rushing down the lower level. The inmates chasing her were hardly in the mood for fooling around, and they beat this guard out of his chair and killed him before he could even react.
  • Masked Guard #117: Was seated just outside the restroom next to the Warden's Office in the Arkham Mansion. This Masked Guard seemed to have a television set playing on another chair in a corner. When the Joker's men moved on the Warden's Office with Victor Zsasz and a captive Dr. Young in tow, Masked Guard #117 ducked into the men's restroom to avoid detection. However, one of the Joker's thugs entered the restroom shortly afterwards, and discovered this guard outside the stalls. In the brief scuffle that followed, the inmate knocked the Masked Guard to the floor, bashing his skull and killing him. When Batman entered the area a short while later, he found the burly goon standing over the fallen Masked Guard #116, a pool of blood spreading around the cadaver's head.
  • Masked Guard #118: Was stationed at a front desk to the right of the door to the Penitentiary. Masked Guard #117 seemed not to be expecting any sort of attack. A stack of paperwork on his desk suggests he was in charge of keeping a record of prisoner transfers in the Penitentiary's Cell Access area or perhaps signing in visitors/new patients. After invading Arkham West, three inmates armed with a rifle taken from a dead security member outside burst into the Penitentiary, murdering Masked Guard #118 in a terrible hail of bullets. The Masked Guard was doomed, catching nearly twelve bullets in his body, which pierced his padded riot vest. An additional ten bullet holes in the wall behind this guard suggests rounds that either missed or tore directly through him, that then had enough force to embed into the wall.
  • Masked Guard #119: Guarded the central area in Cells Access along with two other colleagues. As three inmates burst into the Penitentiary from Arkham West and shot the guard at the entrance, they fired an incredible total of twenty-five rounds into the central area, taking out two of the guards instantly. Masked Guard #119 survived longer, but only barely, as he was shot again and again until downed. The three inmates stood over his motionless body, staring down at it. The guard's murderer then asked, "Is he dead?" Another inmate then replied, "I think so." The killer then asked, "When did he die?" This prompted the third inmate to state the obvious: "Probably when you shot him." The murderer shrugged, then concluded the matter with a casual "That'll do it. You hungry?" "Starved." As this pointless conversation went on, Batman entered the Penitentiary and sneaked up on the inmates from behind. It should be noted that even from the floor, only Masked Guard #118 is visible in Detective Mode, not his two deceased colleagues. This suggests that he was dying, not dead, when Batman entered the area.
  • Masked Guard #120: Guarded the central area in Cells Access along with two other colleagues. As three inmates burst into the Penitentiary from Arkham West and shot the guard at the entrance, they fired an incredible total of twenty-five rounds into the central area, taking out Masked Guard #120 instantly. As he went down, he fell directly against a wooden prisoner's bench, sending it crashing to the floor with him. Batman came across his bullet-riddled body as he invaded the Penitentiary later, stretched face up next to his fallen colleagues.
  • Masked Guard #121: Guarded the central area in Cells Access along with two other colleagues. As three inmates burst into the Penitentiary from Arkham West and shot the guard at the entrance, they fired an incredible total of twenty-five rounds into the central area, taking out Masked Guard #121 almost instantly. At least ten bullets were fired in his general direction, and it can be safely assumed that at such close range and with such a devastating barrage, more than a few of these shots found their mark.
  • Masked Guard #122: Manned a reception counter near the shower stalls in the Cells Access area of the Penitentiary. As the Joker's hordes of armed henchmen penetrated into the facility, Masked Guard #122 managed to take cover behind his counter. He wasn't safe for long, however, as several armed inmates spotted this guard as they rounded the corner and fired sixteen shots at him. The bullets succeeded in taking down Masked Guard #122 effortlessly, causing him to fall directly against the guards' lockers and bring one down with him. The locker crashed against the wall, with its door coming off the hinges.
  • Masked Guard #123: Was seated at a desk in front of the doorway in the Cells Access area of the Penitentiary to the Main Cell Block. Upon shooting Masked Guard #121 and running through the cell showers, several armed inmates came to Masked Guard #123 seated at his desk and opened fire, firing eleven rounds at him. Knocking over his desk lamp and falling out of his chair, Masked Guard #123 was still alive, staggering towards his assailants with dogged endurance. However, his wounds soon forced him to collapse, and the thugs rushed to his body, firing another ten shots into the brave but doomed security guard to ensure his extinction.
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Third shift.

  • Masked Guard #124: Was posted in the dark hallway linking Cells Access to the Main Cell Block. When Cells Access fell to the Joker's hordes of armed inmates, they forced open the door to the Main Cell Block and rushed through this tunnel. Masked Guard #124 was in no position to stop or even slow their advance, and was easily overpowered and killed at his post.
  • Masked Guard #125: Was posted in the dark hallway linking Cells Access to the Main Cell Block, and guarded the entryway into the main area. When Cells Access fell to the Joker's hordes of armed inmates, they forced open the door to the Main Cell Block and rushed through this tunnel. Masked Guard #125 was in no position to stop or even slow their advance, and was easily overpowered and killed at his post.
  • Masked Guard #126: Guarded the ground floor of the Main Cell Block, where the more unsettled keeplocks were held. When Batman arrived in the Penitentiary, this lone guard was slumped against one of the cells, in the center of the Main Cell Block. He was shocked into unconsciousness when Harley Quinn activated the building's electrified floor.
  • Masked Guard #127: Guarded the upper floor of the Main Cell Block, where a control platform was located. When at least four of the Joker's men invaded the Main Cell Block, they made their way up to the control platform, where they found Masked Guard #127 and one of his colleagues on patrol. Attacking both guards at the edge of the upper floor, the henchmen managed to overwhelm both and kill them. Because they were at the edge of the upper area and taken by surprise, neither of the guards had a chance to get to the emergency riot gun lockers in order to defend themselves. When Batman scaled the upper floor to apprehend Harley Quinn, he noticed the deceased Masked Guard #127 lying lifeless nearby.
  • Masked Guard #128: Guarded the upper floor of the Main Cell Block, where a control platform was located. When at least four of the Joker's men invaded the Main Cell Block, they made their way up to the control platform, where they found Masked Guard #128 and Masked Guard #127 on patrol. Attacking both guards at the edge of the upper floor, the henchmen managed to overwhelm both and kill them. Because they were at the edge of the upper area and taken by surprise, neither of the guards had a chance to get to the emergency riot gun lockers in order to defend themselves. When Batman scaled the upper floor to apprehend Harley Quinn, he noticed the deceased Masked Guard #128 lying lifeless nearby.
  • Masked Guard #129: Manned an office above the Main Cell Block, on the upper floor. When the Joker's henchmen invaded the Main Cell Block, Masked Guard #129 was relaxing at a desk, sitting down and reading a red-backed novel. When the inmates scaled the stairs to the second floor, this Masked Guard heard the alarms, abandoned his book, and leaped to his feet. Sadly, however, he had not the time to do anything else or raise the alert. Inmates pouring in from downstairs overpowered Masked Guard #129 and left his dead body crumpled on the floor in the middle of his office.
  • Masked Guard #130: Was taken hostage with senior officer Louie Green by the Joker's henchmen at some undisclosed point during the Joker's takeover. In any case, Masked Guard #130 was dragged to the Penitentiary Guard Room, where several inmates strung him up by his wrists with a coil of rope and let him dangle helplessly over an electrified pool of water. After doing the same to Louie Green, the inmates left while Harley Quinn remained the control area of the Guard Room. As Batman entered on Harley's trail, she gestured to the Masked Guard and Officer Green, telling him: "Look who's finally turned up! The Dork Knight himself. How's it 'hanging', Bats?" She then continued, "Got a little problemo for ya. See those two guards over there? I know, 'shocking'! How you going to save them?" As the Masked Guard kicked his legs over the water, he cursed Harley Quinn and begged Batman to hurry and save him. Batman turned off the electricity with his Cryptographic Sequencer by hacking the fuse box, but Harley complained, "No fair, Bats. That's cheating. Time to turn up the pressure. Two minutes and counting." She then revealed she had locked the Guard Room door and had a bomb set to explode in two minutes locked in with Batman and the guards. At the sight of the bomb, Masked Guard #130's eyes widened under his helmet and he continued begging Batman to save him: "Quick, cut me down before the power comes back on!" If both guards were cut down by a certain amount of seconds, Harley would release them to their doom. The Masked Guard fell into the water below, gasping for breath, prompting Harley to exclaim, "One down, one to go. Better hurry, things are heating up!" As Batman deactivated the water under Louie Green, Harley commented with a smirk, "Ohhh. That was close, B-Man." This guard rushed to the edge of the water and helped Green out as Batman cut him down. Harley waved goodbye, laughing, "Time for me to go, Bats. I'll miss you. Not! Oh, and now you only have thirty seconds to get out. Bye-Bye." Running to the door, Officer Green and the Masked Guard found it blocked off. They shouted at Batman, "You need to get this security gate down. Hurry!" As the gate was deactivated by Batman's Cryptographic Sequencer, Green and this guard escaped their doom by fleeing the area, with Batman on their heels. Louie offered to get the ventilation system working to filter out the gas released by the bomb in the Guard Room, and so he and the other guard set off for the control area Harley had vacated earlier. When further approached by Batman, Masked Guard #130 told him, "Thanks, Batman. Do me a favor. Stop that crazy bitch [Harley Quinn]." He then turned to Louie Green, asking about the Cryptographic Sequencer: "Did you see him back there? What was that thing he used?" Green shrugged, replying, "No idea. He saved our lives, that's all I need to know." Although he initially tried to help get the ventilation system up and working, this guard finally gave up and sat down in a nearby wooden chair, pulling it up to the Guard Room window and resting. This Masked Guard was one of the few who survived the Joker's attack on Arkham, and he returned to his post after the villain's final defeat.
  • Masked Guard #131: Guarded the upper level catwalk above the Penitentiary's Controlled Access area, along with three other security personnel in the vicinity. When Harley Quinn and hordes of the Joker's inmates passed through, however, they beat Masked Guard #131 to death, and knocked him backwards into a stone wall. If being brutally beaten by the inmates didn't kill this Masked Guard, striking his head directly into the reinforced wall certainly did. The inmates left the guard slumped against the wall, and continued on to Extreme Incarceration.
  • Masked Guard #132: Guarded the upper level catwalk above the Penitentiary's Controlled Access area, along with three other security personnel in the vicinity. When Harley Quinn and hordes of the Joker's inmates passed through, however, they beat Masked Guard #132 to death at his post.
  • Masked Guard #133: Guarded the upper level catwalk above the Penitentiary's Controlled Access area, along with three other security personnel in the vicinity. When Harley Quinn and hordes of the Joker's inmates passed through, however, they attacked and killed most of the security personnel in the area. However, this Masked Guard was already dead by the time Batman arrived in Controlled Access on the trail of Harley Quinn. If he survived the initial attack by the inmates, he failed to survive the lunatic breakout, when the Joker released the more insane madmen all over Arkham Island.
  • Masked Guard #134: Guarded the upper level catwalk above the Penitentiary's Controlled Access area, along with three other security personnel in the vicinity. When Harley Quinn and hordes of the Joker's inmates passed through, they attacked and killed most of the security personnel in the area. Yet this guard managed to survive the first attack by the inmates because his usual post was far from Extreme Incarceration, the Joker's main target. He was killed after the Joker then released the more unsettled mental patients all over the asylum.
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Murdered in cold blood.

  • Masked Guard #135: Guarded the doorway to Extreme Incarceration in the Penitentiary's Controlled Access area,. When Harley Quinn and hordes of the Joker's inmates passed through, they attacked and killed most of the security personnel in the area. Their eventual goal was Extreme Incarceration, so as they invaded and took it by storm, they overpowered this guard, killed him, and threw his body to the side near some guards' lockers. As Batman followed Harley Quinn's trail through the area later, he came across this deceased Masked Guard's corpse, crumpled in a scattered pile of Gotham newspapers near the door to Extreme Incarceration.
  • Masked Guard #136: Was posted in the Flooded Corridor of the Botanical Gardens along with trainee Thomas Armbruster and another colleague. Although the Flooded Corridor was one of the few guarded areas in the gardens, these three security staff members were not expecting the Joker's invasion of the area. After Victor Zsasz killed the two guards at the entrance, the Joker's interest in the gardens was revived, as he soon learned of a secret production facility built by Dr. Penelope Young in the Aviary for the experimental drug 'Titan'. The Joker and several of his henchmen thus penetrated the inner gardens and attacked the Flooded Corridor. Perfectly willing to fight back, Masked Guard #136 and the other two security personnel opened fire on the armed inmates. Three of the inmates were killed and the Joker's advance temporarily stalled, but the guards were outnumbered, and fighting a losing battle. This Masked Guard eventually fell in the crossfire. Batman later discovered his bullet-riddled corpse crumpled on one side of the water in the Flooded Corridor, stretched out on the floor with several of the Joker's toy gag teeth left trundling around his body.
  • Masked Guard #137: Was posted in the Flooded Corridor of the Botanical Gardens along with trainee Thomas Armbruster and another colleague. Although the Flooded Corridor was one of the few guarded areas in the gardens, these three security staff members were not expecting the Joker's invasion of the area. After Victor Zsasz killed the two guards at the entrance, the Joker's interest in the gardens was revived, as he soon learned of a secret production facility built by Dr. Penelope Young in the Aviary for the experimental drug 'Titan'. The Joker and several of his henchmen thus penetrated the inner gardens and attacked the Flooded Corridor. Perfectly willing to fight back, Masked Guard #137 and the other two security personnel opened fire on the armed inmates. Three of the inmates were killed and the Joker's advance temporarily stalled, but the guards were outnumbered, and fighting a losing battle. This Masked Guard eventually fell in the crossfire, being shot dead by the Joker.
  • Masked Guard #138: Posted in the Titan Production Facility area of the Botanical Gardens along with four other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard and his colleagues were tasked with guarding the top secret research area and lab here. Masked Guard #138 was at his post when the Joker invaded the lab with several of his men. This guard was shot dead almost immediately by the arriving goons along with all four of his colleagues, although one survivor of the lab, an orderly named Robert Stirling, was spared and only taken hostage. The fallen Masked Guard lay crumpled on the left side of the Titan Production Facility, and about twenty minutes later, after the Joker loosed two mutated Titan-powered Henchmen on Batman, his inert corpse was snatched up and hurled across the room at the arriving Dark Knight by one of the enraged monsters.
  • Masked Guard #139: Posted in the Titan Production Facility area of the Botanical Gardens along with four other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard and his colleagues were tasked with guarding the top secret research area and lab here. Masked Guard #139 was at his post when the Joker invaded the lab with several of his men. This guard was shot and mortally injured almost immediately by the arriving goons along with all four of his colleagues, although one survivor of the lab, an orderly named Robert Stirling, was spared and only taken hostage. For twenty minutes, the Masked Guard was left for dead, the life slowly seeping out of him. As Batman arrived on the scene to halt the Joker's progress, this guard was visible still moving in the background. However, he had little hope for survival, and mercifully died from his injuries just as the Joker set loose two of his mutated Titan-injected henchmen on Batman.
  • Masked Guard #140: Posted in the Titan Production Facility area of the Botanical Gardens along with four other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard and his colleagues were tasked with guarding the top secret research area and lab here. Masked Guard #140 was at his post when the Joker invaded the lab with several of his men. This guard was shot dead almost immediately by the arriving goons along with all four of his colleagues, although one survivor of the lab, an orderly named Robert Stirling, was spared and only taken hostage. The fallen Masked Guard's mutilated corpse lay crumpled on the left side of the Titan Production Facility, and about twenty minutes later, after the Joker loosed two mutated Titan-powered Henchmen on Batman, his inert body was snatched up and hurled across the room at the arriving Dark Knight by one of the enraged monsters.
  • Masked Guard #141: Posted in the Titan Production Facility area of the Botanical Gardens along with four other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard and his colleagues were tasked with guarding the top secret research area and lab here. Masked Guard #141 was at his post when the Joker invaded the lab with several of his men. This guard was shot dead almost immediately by the arriving goons along with all four of his colleagues, although one survivor of the lab, an orderly named Robert Stirling, was spared and only taken hostage. The fallen Masked Guard's mutilated corpse lay crumpled on the right side of the Titan Production Facility, and about twenty minutes later, after the Joker loosed two mutated Titan-powered Henchmen on Batman, his inert body was snatched up and hurled across the room at the arriving Dark Knight by one of the enraged monsters.
  • Masked Guard #142: Posted in the Titan Production Facility area of the Botanical Gardens along with four other asylum security guards during the Joker's escape from custody. This Masked Guard and his colleagues were tasked with guarding the top secret research area and lab here. Masked Guard #142 was at his post when the Joker invaded the lab with several of his men. This guard was shot dead almost immediately by the arriving goons along with all four of his colleagues, although one survivor of the lab, an orderly named Robert Stirling, was spared and only taken hostage. The fallen Masked Guard's twisted corpse lay crumpled on the right side of the Titan Production Facility, and about twenty minutes later, after the Joker loosed two mutated Titan-powered Henchmen on Batman, his inert body was snatched up and hurled across the room at the arriving Dark Knight by one of the enraged monsters.
  • Masked Guard #143: One of the very few Masked Guards to survive the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum. After Arkham was liberated by the Gotham City Police Department, this guard reported to the makeshift hospital set up for the injured in the Medical Facility's Sanatorium. He was seen patrolling the area with an assault rifle clutched in one hand. As he passed Officer Louie Green, who was being treated for a minor concussion by orderly Kevin Liew, he gave them a passing glance.
  • Masked Guard #144: One of the very few Masked Guards to survive the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum. After Arkham was liberated by the Gotham City Police Department, this guard reported to the makeshift hospital set up for the injured in the Medical Facility's Sanatorium.
  • Masked Guard #145: One of the very few Masked Guards to survive the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum. After Arkham was liberated by the Gotham City Police Department, this guard reported to the makeshift hospital set up for the injured in the Medical Facility's Sanatorium. He was seen running back and forth on various errands through the area, with his rifle held in both hands.
  • Masked Guard #146: One of the very few Masked Guards to survive the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum. After Arkham was liberated by the Gotham City Police Department, this guard assisted in returning Poison Ivy to her cell. Standing in the Green Mile, he walked towards her as the injured villainess was wheeled into the area on a stretcher by an orderly.
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Ending the madness.

  • Masked Guard #147: One of the very few Masked Guards to survive the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum. After Arkham was liberated by the Gotham City Police Department, this guard supervised the return of Poison Ivy to her cell. Standing in the Green Mile, he watched with both hands behind his back as the injured villainess was wheeled into the area on a stretcher by an orderly.
  • Masked Guard #148: One of the very few Masked Guards to survive the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum. After Arkham was liberated by the Gotham City Police Department, this guard assisted in the rounding up of stray Blackgate prisoners still roaming free in the asylum. Cornering an unarmed convict in the Security Control Room of the Penitentiary, the Masked Guard held him at gunpoint and forced him to his knees. He and another guard then returned the prisoner to his cell.
  • Masked Guard #149: One of the very few Masked Guards to survive the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum. After Arkham was liberated by the Gotham City Police Department, this guard assisted in the rounding up of stray Blackgate prisoners still roaming free in the asylum. Cornering an unarmed convict in the Security Control Room of the Penitentiary along with Masked Guard #161, this Masked Guard walked over to assist in returning the prisoner to his cell as the other security guard held him at gunpoint.
  • Masked Guard #150: One of the very few Masked Guards to survive the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum. After Arkham was liberated by the Gotham City Police Department, this guard supervised the return of the Joker himself to his cell after his defeat at the hands of Batman. As the strains of Titan wore off, Arkham staff placed the evil clown in a straitjacket and wheeled him through the Penitentiary on a handcart. Masked Guard #163 watched the Joker go by, with his hands behind his back.
  • Masked Guard #151: One of the very few Masked Guards to survive the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum. After Arkham was liberated by the Gotham City Police Department, this guard was tasked with the return of the Joker himself to his cell after his defeat at the hands of Batman. As the strains of Titan wore off, Arkham staff placed the evil clown in a straitjacket and Masked Guard #164 wheeled him through the Penitentiary on a handcart, taking the villain back to his cell, where he belonged. This is the last unnamed staff member to appear in Batman: Arkham Asylum.

WeaponsEdit

  • Assault Rifle: The standard Arkham patrol weapon, it is patterned after the German Heckler & Koch G36KV assault rifle. It weighs six pounds and fires a 5.56x45mm bullet from a thirty-round magazine. Liberally distributed in gun lockers around Arkham Island - due in part to the common threat of escape or disturbance.
  • Shotgun: A Remington designed pump-action shotgun, this simple, effective, weapon has been widely exported. Not as ergonomic as the rifle, although its superior stopping power more than makes up for it. Only issued in the "Play as the Joker" DLC.
  • Stun Baton: Carried by nearly every guard in the game. Performing an evasive dodge over the operator leaves him momentarily dazed and highly vulnerable to attack.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)Edit

Despite their impotence against Arkham's rampaging patients, Masked Guards appear to be trained and equipped to a much higher standard than the Gotham City Police Department. They are attired in what is known as "Hats and Bats gear" in corrections circles, or blunt trauma personal protective equipment (PPE) used for cell extraction. This includes padded vests, elbow pads, and leather search gloves typically issued where use of force is anticipated.

DialogueEdit

  • "What happened in the Mayor's office? I heard he tied the Mayor to a bomb!"
  • "How many time is he going to break free?"
  • "I just need a few minutes alone with that sicko. I'll give him something to smile about!"
  • "When are people going to learn? There's only one treatment for scum like him!"
  • "What's with him anyway? Doctors can't cure him. He just keeps smiling!"
  • "Joker killed my best friend when he broke out of here last time."
  • "See, he's back. How long for this time?"
  • "I heard it was rough back there. How many did he kill this time?"
  • "He killed my friend. We both started here at the same time. Now he's gone and I'm just left with the image of what he did to him."
  • "Thank God you're here, Batman."
  • "Does anyone actually think that freak is going to change?"
  • "Why do you keep bringing him back here? He'll never change."
  • "Sounds like Mr. Jones is on his way up. Like that thing needs another name."
  • "Smell something? Get ready. Smell gets worse."
  • "I heard what happened with the Mayor. News said Joker tried to blow up City Hall. Shoulda waited till it was full."
  • "I'd help you with Joker, but I'm not allowed to leave my post."
  • "You think he'll ever be normal? Doc Young's always saying these things can be cured, but personally, I don't believe it."
  • "Back again!"
  • "What did Joker do this time?"
  • "What's he doing back?"
  • "Scanner tunnel. We used to just do the old body search, but the loons started hiding blades and laying traps for us when you really don't expect them. This way's safer, and I've still got all my fingers."
  • "The scan tunnel picks up all hidden weapons. You should see the kinds of things people try to smuggle in here. Guns, knives, sharpened umbrellas. Man, I've seen it all."
  • "You were there, weren't you? With the Mayor. What was it like?"
  • "Man, I'm glad you're here, Batman! If you need any help, I'm your man. I'm not afraid of these loons."
  • "I was here when he broke out last time. I saw what he did to that guard."
  • "Hoped I'd never see that guy again!"
  • "Joker! Why doesn't someone just put him out of his misery?"
  • "I say strap him to a chair and fry the maniac."
  • "You need to be in the tunnel, um, sir..."
  • "The tunnel is mandatory. No one in without a scan. Sorry, even you, Batman."
  • "Batman, they can't process the Joker until you're all in the tunnel."
  • "Bruce Wayne came down here once for some kind of charity opening thing. Reckons he's the man. Donates a scanner and then goes home with a model. Good day's work, huh?"
  • "When are we shipping those Blackgaters out of here? I don't like it!"
  • "More and more Blackgate convicts get shipped here every day."
  • "I don't like it. This place is full of loons. Who the hell thought shipping in a bunch of prisoners was a good idea?"
  • "Blackgate! Worst prisoners in the state and someone says, 'hey! ship 'em to Arkham!'"
  • "The fire at Blackgate - accident? Like hell it was. I got a buddy who worked there. Said it was like everyone expected it."
  • "The old cell block's already full of lunatics. Why send more here? And from Blackgate! Who thought that would work?"
  • "What's it doing?"
  • "Eh, that thing looks pissed."
  • "How come they let Batman past security?"
  • "Gives me the creeps. Reckon it's contagious?"
  • "Waylon Jones. Heard he was a drug dealer before he caught that crocodile disease."
  • "Looked Croc up on the internet. Wish I hadn't."
  • "Looked like a monster to me. No cure. Just put him down. Permanently!"
  • "Didn't a bunch of Joker's goons get sent to Blackgate? Now they're here."
  • "How much you think it costs to try and cure Joker? Never works. Waste of money!"
  • "I don't get paid enough for this."
  • "Yeah, funny. You never see Cash in here when Croc is on the way."
  • "What was that blackout all about? Thought it was another breakout kickin' off!"
  • "Joker's ready to be handed in over there. Commissioner's waiting through the doors."
  • "When the lights went out, I thought Croc was coming back down."
  • "Joker's not getting away again!"
  • "Of all the nights for a breakout to occur. My shift was about to end when the alarms went off."
  • "I won't let Joker or any of his gang through, Batman."
  • "The Intensive Treatment Wing used to be a factory. Must have been a hell of a place. Eight workers committed suicide there 10 years back."
  • "They give you a history lesson on the place when you sign up. I wish I didn't know the kinds of things that happened here."
  • "We moved Croc back down to his cell just before we were moved here. I don't wanna think what would have happened if that monster was set free."
  • "Someone should just put him down like a dog."
  • "Stop Joker, once and for all."
  • "If Joker is running things, shouldn't we just get the hell off the island?"
  • "We trained in riot techniques, but these Blackgaters, they're like animals."
  • "I never thought I'd see another breakout. Sharp promised this place is, was secure."
  • "You probably don't remember, but you stopped Two-Face from burning down half of my apartment building a couple of years back."
  • "If you weren't here, we'd all be screwed."
  • "How'd the Blackgaters get out? They're animals."
  • "It's good that you're here, Batman. How long until the National Guard arrive?"
  • "Funny. They fill an island with nutjobs, and then they get all surprised when something like this happens."
  • "How the hell did this happen?"
  • "Hurry, get me down!"
  • "Hold on, Louie. Batman will get you down!"
  • "Please hurry. We're running outta time!"
  • "You've got to save him, Batman."
  • "Hurry, please, get him down!"
  • "You need to get this security gate down. Hurry!"
  • "We're trapped, she's locked us in with a bomb."
  • "Thanks, Batman."
  • "Do me a favor. Stop that crazy bitch."
  • "We can't clear the gas. Nothing's working."
  • "I don't know what else we can do."
  • "A cell's too good for freaks like Harley Quinn and Joker."
  • "Thank God you're one of the good guys."
  • "Can you believe Harley Quinn used to be a doctor here?"

Ivy Boss FightEdit

  • "Kick his ass! For Ivy!"
  • "Hit him harder!"
  • "Yeah! Don't let him get to Ivy!"
  • "He's winning!"
  • "That's gotta hurt."
  • "Is he okay?"
  • "Need to hit me harder than that!"
  • "Take it."
  • "That looked painful!"
  • "Hit him again! Stop him!"
  • "Don't let him hit you!"
  • "He mustn't get to Ivy!"

Joker DLCEdit

  • "I want out of here. This wasn't part of the job description!"
  • "What was that? Oh man, I hate this place!"
  • "Leave me alone!"
  • "He's here. It's Joker!"
  • "Joker's back!"
  • "I'll get you this time!"
  • "Get away from me. Get away!"

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