The Original Rogues
A group of criminals armed with special weaponry, who time and again would clash with Team Flash.
- Aborted Arc: Their formation has been cut short, since Cold and Heat Wave have been shunted off to Legends of Tomorrow.
- Appropriated Appelation: When Barry offhandedly calls Snart's little gang a "Rogues Gallery", Snart remarks that it's "cute" and actually calls his gang that in Rogue Air
- Badass Normal: The three members (so far) aren't even metahumans; just career criminals whose powerful weaponry makes them a threat to the Flash. In Rogue Air Snart frees the meta-humans so they can repay the favor by joining his gang. Rainbow Raider and Weather Wizard consider the offer, with Weather Wizard later breaking Snart out of prison in "Running to a Stand Still" to pay him back.
- Chromatic Arrangement: Leonard is associated with blue, Mick is to red, and Lisa is to gold which is a shade of yellow.
- Debut Queue: Each appearance of the group has seen a new member joining (though not strictly debuting in the series - Mick and Lisa both showed up in The Stinger of a previous Rogues episode first).
- Derivative Differentiation: Just because some villains are members of the Rogues in the comics doesn't mean they're members in the show. Weather Wizard, the Pied Piper, and the Trickster while high profile members in the comics are independent villains here. Indeed when a Villain Team-Up between Cold, Weather Wizard, and the Trickster happens Cold backs out in part because he doesn't approve of James Jesse's mindless insanity.
- Four-Element Ensemble: Snart has a Cold Gun(water), Mick has a Heat Gun(fire), and Lisa has a Gold Gun(earth). They occasionally joined forces with Barry, who can create vortexes and gusts of wind with his speed(air).
- Gadgeteer Genius: Zig-zagged. Most of their weapons were stolen from STAR Labs. But they are smart enough to become familiar with them and repair them, not just build any from scratch themselves. So after the police confiscated their weapons, Cold arranges to have Cisco kidnapped so he can build them new ones.
- Guest-Star Party Member: Snart offers membership to Weather Wizard and Rainbow Raider when he frees them in "Rogue Air". Weather Wizard returns the favor by breaking Snart out in "Running to Stand Still" along with the Trickster offering to team up. Although at that point Snart had turned over a new leaf and declines.
- Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: So far each episode they show up in has the word "Rogue" in the title.
- Put on a Bus: Lisa was last seen riding out of town on a motorcycle at the end of "Family of Rogues", while Rory and Snart were transplanted over to "Legends of Tomorrow''.
- Recurring Character: Unlike the most of the meta-humans who tend to be one off villains of the week, the Rogues are recurring and persistent foes.
- Two Guys and a Girl: Leonard and Mick are the guys, while Lisa is the girl.
- Villain Team-Up: Even though he beat the Flash in his first appearance all by himself, Snart is smart to recognise strength in numbers so he slowly begins to form his own gang. He first starts with Mick and then brings his sister Lisa along for the ride.
- Villainous Legacy: Ever since their disbandment / HeelFace Turn various other super criminals have been trying to take their place in Central City.
Lisa Snart / Golden Glider
Known Aliases: Golden Glider
Played By: Peyton List
Appearances: The Flash
The younger sister of Leonard Snart, who busts her brother and Heat Wave out of a prison transport.
- Abusive Parents: Same deal as her brother.
- Adaptation Dye-Job: In the comics she is blonde, which together with her yellow/orange costume and ice-skater theme led to her alias Golden Glider (later shortened to Glider). Here she is a brunette, but briefly wears a blonde wig.
- Affably Evil: Snarkiness aside, she's genuinely fond of Cisco, and is sincerely grateful to him and the team for saving her life in season 2.
- Alliterative Name: As Golden Glider.
- Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: Once she no longer needed her facade, she never stopped snarking at people.
- Appropriated Appellation: She asks Cisco to give her a nickname after her gun's powers Golden Glider.
- Berserk Button: Doesn't really fly off the handle, but do not mess with either her brother or Cisco.
- Biker Babe: She loves riding motorbikes.
- Dark Action Girl: By the sounds of it, she was able to handle all the security surrounding the prison transport without breaking a sweat — and with a lot of bullets. This is confirmed in "Rogue Time", where she shows herself to be about as good at fighting and using guns and gadgets as her brother.
- The Driver: She has a commercial operator's license and knows how to drive big trucks.
- Drives Like Crazy: While Lisa actually is good at driving, she just enjoys driving recklessly more.
- The Faceless: In her debut appearance.
- Foe Romance Subtext: With Cisco.
- The Ghost: In Legends of Tomorrow she's constantly mentioned but never makes an appearance. Even when Pilgrim targets the Legends' loved ones she fails to appear in person.
- Gold Makes Everything Shiny: Gets Cisco to build her a gun that encases her targets in a gold-like substance.
- Hell-Bent for Leather: Wears a heavily leather-y outfit in her official appearance.
- Honey Trap: Does this to Cisco to get Cold and Heatwave's guns back. Later she develops genuine feelings for him.
- Letter Motif: With her big brother, Leonard. Their father is named Lewis.
- Long Bus Trip: She hasn't returned to scene after being helped by Team Flash in "Family of Rogues".
- Morality Pet: Despite being a villain herself, Lisa serves as this to Cold. She is literally the one person in the world he genuinely cares about.
- Mythology Gag:
- Lisa's first appearance, involving her easily busting Captain Cold and Heat Wave out of a prison transport, is just like her New 52 debut as The Glider.
- Unlike most other villains in the show, her gimmick is significantly different (she doesn't "glide", either through skating or astral projection) so her gold gun is more of a nod to the "Golden" part of her alias.
- Never Got to Say Goodbye: Leonard dies performing a Heroic Sacrifice in the penultimate episode of Legends of Tomorrow Season 1. What's worse is it is unclear if Mick told her about it when he briefly returns to 2016 or she's completely Locked Out of the Loop.
- Odd Name Out:
- Sibling Team: With Captain Cold.
- The Stinger: She first appears at the very end of Episode Ten, though mostly off-screen.
- Villainous Crush: On Cisco.
- Was It All a Lie?: Originally her interest in Cisco was just part of one of her brother's evil schemes. Later she reveals the feelings become real...and mutual.
- Whatever Happened to the Mouse?: Since Family of Rogues, she hasn't appeared onscreen. Since Last Refuge, she seems to have fallen off the map entirely.
The New Rogues
- Aborted Arc: They were meant to be major recurring antagonists in Season 3 just like Cold's Rogues were in Season One, but the audience didn't warm to them so they've only had two appearances, unlike the old Rogues who had enough appearances that they were Barry's nemeses after Thawne.
- Big Bad Wannabe: They want to replace Cold's gang but are too smug to be successful at it even with their powers.
- A lot of their dialogue is similar to Snart's and Mick's exchanges from "Revenge of the Rogues".
- Also, the flashbacks of them trying to leave Snart's gang mirrors what Snart did in "Going Rogue", where he says "if you're out, you're out" before trying to kill the pair of them.
- Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: Unlike the old Rogues they have powers.
- Legacy Character: For the old Rogues since they've all left town.
- Remember the New Guy?: They never get any mention of being in Snart's gang prior to Season Three, despite being very prominent members that Snart had history with.
- Replacement Flat Character: Neither Scudder nor Dillion have much of a personality beyond being evil and wanting to steal stuff.
- Unholy Matrimony: A pair of metahuman criminals who are dating.
- Villain Team-Up: Unlike most metas they see the benefits in working together.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: They've been locked up in Iron Heights since Season 3 and haven't been seen since.
Sam Scudder/Mirror Master
Species: Enhanced Human
Known Aliases: Mirror Master
Played By: Grey Damon
Appearances: The Flash
A thief who used to work with Leonard Snart. They had a falling out just as the Particle Accelerator exploded. As a result he was trapped in mirror before he was finally released by some workmen. He has the powers to travel though any reflective surface.
- Adaptational Species Change: In the comics he wasn't a metahuman, he was just a thief who created technology to travel through mirrors.
- Adaptation Name Change: Played With. He and Evan McCullough both exist in the Arrowverse as the Mirror Master of their respective universes, but with their abilities swapped.
- Alliterative Name: His real name, Sam Scudder and nickname, Mirror Master.
- Always Someone Better: Despite what he thinks he's nowhere Snart's league.
- And I Must Scream: He was trapped in a mirror for three years before he was released.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: He's wearing a tux in his debut appearance.
- Beard of Evil: He's a villain sporting a Badass Beard.
- Beauty Is Bad: Caitlin calls him "good-looking for a criminal".
- Big Bad Wannabe: He wants to replace Snart as Central City's premiere super villain. However despite his abilities, he lacks Snart's tactical genius.
- Civvie Spandex: He wears a suit, rather than his trademark orange and green costume from the comics. Although it is mirror themed with certain reflective parts on the suit.
- Composite Character: He has the name of Sam Scudder, the first Mirror Master, but is a metahuman like the New 52 version of the character.
- Establishing Character Moment: His first minutes on screen show him spending his cut from a job on a fancy suit instead of waiting for the heat to die down, in direct contrast to the more methodical and coolheaded Snart.
- Evil Sounds Deep: He's a criminal with a fairly deep voice.
- Evil vs. Evil: He and Snart share a mutual dislike that morphed into hatred. Scudder tries to fight Snart once he gets out of the mirror, but he gives up when he finds out Snart left town.
- Flat Character: He doesn't have much characterization besides wanting revenge on Snart and robbing banks with Rosa.
- Narcissist: In the flashbacks, he spends his cut on a fancy new suit and spends ages admiring himself in the mirror.
- Outlaw Couple: With the Top.
- Promoted to Love Interest: He's the Top's boyfriend where as in the comics the (male) Top was Golden Glider's lover.
- Revenge: His original plan is to get revenge on Snart, but after learning that Snart is no longer around, he drops it rather easily.
- Sharp-Dressed Man: Mirror Master looks dapper in a dark suit.
- Small Name, Big Ego: He thinks without him and Rosa, Snart would be stuck robbing liquor stores.
- Smug Snake: Power or no powers, he's still not nearly as good as he think he is.
- Squishy Wizard: He can travel through and bring anything with him through any reflective surface, but take that away from him and there's not much he can do.
- Tall, Dark, and Snarky: He stands 6'2 and is definitely fond of shit-talking his adversaries.
- Weaponized Teleportation: He can send people through reflective surfaces that could end up with them plunging from a great height. He can also trap people in reflective surfaces.
Rosalind "Rosa" Dillion/The Top
Species: Enhanced Human
Known Aliases: The Top
Played By: Ashley Rickards
Voiced By: María Fernanda Morales (Latin-American Spanish)
Appearances: The Flash
Scudder's girlfriend and also a former associate of Snart's. The Particle Accelerator gave her the power to induce vertigo in people.
- Adaptation Dye-Job: The Top is brunette in the comics and most media. Here, she's blonde. Ironically, her actress is naturally a brunette.
- Appropriated Appellation: She takes a liking to being called "Top".
- Adaptational Name Change: Along with a Gender Flip, the Top goes from being named as Roscoe Dillon to Rosa Dillon.
- Adaptational Superpower Change: In the comics, the Top normally spins around in superhuman speeds, hence the namesakes. Here the Top can induce vertigo into anyone, causing them to disorientate and lose their balance. Played with as the comics' Top would go on to gain vertigo powers in later issues.
- Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: She wears a yellow and green striped skirt which looks like a top when she's twirling around.
- Composite Character: This version of the Top's powers are more in line with Count Vertigo, who had a severe case of Adaptational Wimp over on Arrow and was reduced to a Non-Action Guy and a Badass Normal.
- Eye Colour Change: Whenever she uses her powers, they glow green.
- Gender Flip: The Top is usually a male Roscoe Dillon, but here she is a woman.
- Girly Bruiser: She has no problem fighting in dresses.
- In Name Only: The only things she shares with her namesake are the last name, the alias, and being a member of the Rogues (well, New Rogues in this case).
- Kicking Ass in All Her Finery: In her debut episode, she's shown doing submission holds on her opponents while wearing formal gowns.
- Outlaw Couple: With Mirror Master.
- Pragmatic Adaptation: She doesn't spin, she just induces vertigo in people.
- Remember the New Guy?: Barry puts her on prison in the past, but it wasn't shown in the first two seasons. Justified as it happened as an effect of Barry "fixing" Flashpoint.
- Squishy Wizard: She can induce vertigo in anyone, but she goes down as easy as any normal person.
The Young Rogues
A couple of female criminals with meta-tech who decide to make their mark on Central City
- Freudian Excuse: Just like the old Rogues:
- Joslyn grew up without her dad, because all he cared about was being criminal
- Raya, was an Air Force Pilot who was wrongly made made the Scapegoat, for a mission gone south and was wrongly given a dishonorable discharge, which left her with few choices to find a job in civilian life.
- Peter grew up with an emotionally distant mother, which left him broken inside.
- Subverted, with Brie. She ''thinks'' she has one, but the only reason Dr. McGee fired her and confiscated her research was because she decided to modify her robotic bees for military use instead of agriculture like they were originally designed.
- Legacy Character: The second pair of criminals trying to take the old Rogues' place.
Joslyn "Joss" Jackam / Weather Witch
Species: Human (Enhanced tech)
Played by: Reina Hardesty
Appearances: The Flash
The estranged daughter of Mark Mardon.
- Age Lift: Her counterpart in the comics died as a very young child, and for that matter as born later in Mark Mardon's life.
- Adaptational Superpower Change: A metahuman in the comics, uses a meta-tech staff in the show.
- Beam-O-War: Goes into one with the Flash, both using lightnings. She loses.
- Composite Character: She's an amalgam of Joshua "Josh" Jackam and the Weather Witch, a minor copycat villain.
- Evil Is Hammy: Much like her dad, she is really overdramatic.
- Gender Flip: In the comics, Mark Mardon had a son.
- Heel Realization: A few weeks in prison, made her realize she was just as bad as the dad she hated
- Like Parent, Like Child: Even though she hates her dad, she too is willing to destroy an entire city all just to kill one person.
- Mythology Gag: She uses a large wand to channel her powers much like the comic version of the Weather Wizard (who is a metahuman here).
- Parental Abandonment: A victim of this by Mark Mardon, the reason she hates him so much.
- Pet the Dog: She saves Nora from being run over by Raya after the former tries to reach out for her, hinting at a later chance of redemption.
- Race Lift: Josh Jackam was Caucasian and the comics' Weather Witch was a Dark-Skinned Blonde of unspecified ethnicity; Joslyn is portrayed by an Asian-American actress.
- Redemption Rejection: Despite hints in her second appearance that wasn't beyond redemption she eventually abandons the idea. She eventually leaves Silver Ghost in Bolvia for being "all talk" and wants to be a "legitimate Rogue".
- Reformed, but Rejected: She feels horrible about her actions after being stopped and tries to atone for them, but Nora's unwillingness to believe her eventually drives her into Raya Van Zandt's arms.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Against her father for being a shitty parent, to the point where she is willing to destroy all of Central City.
- The Runaway: Ran away from her mom at 13, because she blamed her for Mark walking out on her.
- Teen Pregnancy: Stated to be the result of one, hence her surname.
- To the Pain: When the Flash refuses to let her kill her father, she goes out of her way to attack Central City specifically because in her words, it's the best way to hurt heroes like him.
Species: Human (Enhanced tech)
Played by: Gabrielle Walsh
Appearances: The Flash
A former member of the Air Force that was wrongly dishonourably discharged, with meta tech that can control any vehicle.
- Adaptational Name Change: From Raphael Van Zandt to Raya Van Zandt, to accomdate the Gender Flip.
- Composite Character: Silver Ghost from the comics and Rush/Diego Zhao as the driver of the S.A.M. automobile.
- Evil Mentor: Towards Joss, manipulating her into embracing being a criminal.
- From Camouflage to Criminal: A tragic example. She was a proud member of the USAF until her officers there used her as a scapegoat to save their reputation. Her undeserved discharge tarnished Raya's own reputation, eventually causing her to snap.
- Gender Flip: The comics Silver Ghost was male.
- Technopath: Can control any vehicle with her meta tech.
- Then Let Me Be Evil: Had a spotless military record until she was scapegoated to preserve their reputation and dishonorably discharged. Now she decides she might as well be the criminal they made her out to be.
- Uncertain Doom: It's not entirely clear under what circumstances Weather Witch left her behind in Bolivia or even if she's still alive.
Brie Larvan / The Bug-Eyed Bandit / Queen Bee
Known Aliases: The Bug-Eyed Bandit, Queen Bee
Played By: Emily Kinney
A former Mercury Labs scientist who also happens to be a "narcissistic tech wizard" and hacker who strikes Central City during Felicity and Ray's visit at S.T.A.R. Labs during The Flash Season 1. She later attacks Palmer tech at Star City.
- Adaptation Dye-Job: Changed from black-haired into blonde, among other things.
- Adaptation Name Change: To accommodate her Gender Flip.
- And Starring: While not given a "Special Guest Star" citation, she gets the "And" billing in the regular guest star lineup in The Flash (2014).
- Animal Motif: Insects. Bees to be more specific.
- Arch-Enemy: Felicity dubs her as her personal nemesis as she gave her a run for her money in hacking.
- Atrocious Alias: How she feels about "Bug-Eyed Bandit" the moniker Cisco gave her. She prefers to be called "Queen Bee".
- Attack Drone: Her robotic bees.
- Bee Afraid: Killer Robot bees are her Weapon of Choice.
- Bee Bee Gun: Not a literal one, but the humanoid form of her robot bees can "shoot" parts of itself in a manner resembling this trope.
- Beehive Hairdo: Her hairstyle when she was introduced, to match her Animal Motif.
- The Bus Came Back: After Team Arrow sent her into a coma, she comes back to Central City three years later joining the Young Rogues.
- BrainComputer Interface: When she reappears on Arrow, she's upgraded her robot bees to control them via neural implants, allowing her to no longer be confined to a Hacker Cave.
- Celebrity Paradox: Caitlin discusses watching The Walking Dead with Cisco. Her actress was a major character on that show for three and a half seasons.
- Combining Mecha: As of her second appearance, her robotic bees can now combine into a humanoid Killer Robot.
- Composite Character: She is mostly a Gender Flipped version of the comic Bug-Eyed Bandit, Bertram Larvan, but she also seems partly inspired by Queen Bee and eventually adopts said name.
- Cute Is Evil: She's a morally lacking Hot Scientist.
- Dueling Hackers: With Felicity in the climax of her debut episode.
- Evil Counterpart: Supposed to be this to Felicity Smoak. This even extends to meta with their actresses both being named Emily. note
- Evil Genius: Has a brilliant mind, but is not a good person.
- Evil Is Petty: Takes the time to mock Felicity about breaking off her much-publicized engagement to Oliver.
- Gender Flip: The male Bertram Larvan is changed into the female Brie Larvan.
- Heart Is an Awesome Power: You might think a swarm of robotic bees would be no match for the fastest man alive with accelerated healing. You'd be wrong.
- Hell-Bent for Leather: Her dress is done in a seductive black leather.
- Hidden Depths: Is apparently a fan of My Girl and threatens to reenact her favorite scene on Thea.
- Hoist by Her Own Petard: Is stung into a coma by her own robot bees in "Beacon of Hope" after Curtis reprograms them.
- Ill Girl: Revealed to have developed a tumor on her spine and targets Felicity's bio-chip because the surgery to remove it would cost her the use of her legs.
- Letter Motif: Notice how her name(s) and many tropes associated with her starts with the letter B? Explanation
- Letting Her Hair Down: She no longer sports the Beehive Hairdo that she has on her first appearance.
- Mad Scientist: Her robotic bees were originally supposed to be used for agricultural purposes. She decided to modify them as weapons.
- Meaningful Name: "Larvan" being a reference to insect larva.
- Meganekko: She wears large specs that enhances her bug motif.
- Mighty Glacier: Not her, but the humanoid combat form of her robotic bee swarm. It's not particularly agile, but impervious to Team Arrow's conventional weaponry and overpowers Oliver through sheer brute force.
- Mind-Control Device: She upgrades her bees by connecting them to Spencer Young's phone, which allows her to channel its Mind Manipulation through them and do things like put Cisco in a trance. This lines up with Queen Bee's mental powers in some continuities.
- Nanomachines: Upgrades her bees on Arrow to not only sting with lethal venom, but also burrow inside targets and release microscopic copies to replicate inside a person's body, as Oliver found out the hard way.
- Not-So-Harmless Villain: Proves to be a much more formidable foe to Team Arrow than Team Flash, having upgraded the capabilities and lethality of her robotic bees, using guns, and shedding her silly hairdo.
- Pungeon Master: Loves bee-based puns.
- Release Date Change: In-Universe, this is how Brie Larvan escapes imprisonment: by hacking prison records and commuting her sentence.
- She wants to kill the Mercury Labs scientists who were responsible for her being terminated: the scientists who blew the whistle on her and Dr. McGee who actually fired her and destroyed her research.
- After getting the schematics for Felicity's bio-chip, she chose to stay and try to kill Felicity, having recognised Felicity's code as the same kind used to defeat her in Central City, and was determined to get her back for sending her to prison.
- Robot Master: She builds and commands a highly advanced swarm of robotic bees.
- Rogues-Gallery Transplant:
- Both In-Universe and out. In-Universe, she was a Villain of the Week on The Flash before showing up on Arrow. In the comics, she's originally an enemy of the Atom, though she did fight him when Ray crossed over last season.
- Even in her first appearance on The Flash, though, she was set up as an enemy of Felicity in particular, who happened to be visiting Central City at the time. So it was no real surprise when her next appearance was on Arrow.
- Squishy Wizard: She only has her robotic bees as Attack Drones to rely on in combat. Destroy them and she'll be easy to beat.
- Super-Powered Robot Meter Maids: The subject of her Start of Darkness. Her robot bees were originally meant for agriculture, but for whatever reason, she outfitted them with lethal doses of bee venom so they could be used as weapons.
- Supervillain Lair: Has one on The Flash, an abandoned greenhouse with a honeycombed style Hacker Cave.
- Synchronized Swarming: Can control her robotic bee swarm to unite into a single bee-themed humanoid robot, able to go toe-in-toe with Oliver Queen. Alternatively, the bees can morph together into an impassable barrier, or the image of their creator's face for communication purposes.
- Took a Level in Badass: She now goes out on the field unlike in her first appearance, and has also upgraded her robotic bees.
- Unexplained Recovery: Shows up three years after being sent into a coma in "Gone Rogue" having apparently woken up for her coma and her tumor problems resolved.
- You See, I'm Dying: She really needs Felicity's bio-chip because she has a tumor on her spine.
Peter Merkel / Rag Doll
Species: Enhanced Human
Known Aliases: Rag Doll
Played By: Troy James
Voiced By: Phil La Marr
Appearances: The FlashA metahuman who gained his powers of the night on the Enlightenment, where he was crushed by a piece of the Dark Matter Satellite and ended up gaining the power to twist and contort himself in whatever way he likes.
- Abnormal Limb Rotation Range: As part of his power set his head can twist 180 degrees, his limbs can all bend in places supposed to be impossible, and he can literally make himself flat like paper.
- Air-Vent Passageway: He can not only squeeze himself through the average air vent but also pull himself through the grates.
- Body Horror: His metahuman ability allows him to contort his body in anyway he desires.
- Contortionist: One taken to superhuman levels. His actor is actually a real life contortionist.
- Evil Counterpart: Built up to be an evil Ralph, with both of them able to manipulate their bodies.
- Evil Redhead: Has brilliant red dreadlocks reminiscent of a Raggedy Andy doll.
- Evil Sounds Deep: Phil La Marr gives him a very deep voice.
- Hope Crusher: His MO involves inflicting suffering onto other people by taking from them what they hold most dear. He steals a soon to be wed couple's heirloom, an architect's first building, and planned to kill Barry to hurt Iris.
- Knight of Cerebus: Easily one of the most terrifying villains to ever appear on The Flash due to how downright creepy he is. His appearance marks a much darker tonal shift than the usual Villain of the Week metas.
- Leitmotif: Has an equally twisted music piece to accompany him as he twists and contorts his body
- Lonely Rich Kid: His background is that of a wealthy dynasty but although his mother gave him everything she thought he needed, like an entire wing of a school to play in, her coldness made it all hollow.
- Malevolent Masked Man: Wears a particularly creepy mask as Rag Doll.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: In his attempt to break Iris, he gave her a great opportunity to redeem herself at the eyes of her daughter Nora.
- Personality Powers: Emotionally broken and a little twisted, his entire body was broken and he was left capable of twisting himself however he wanted.
- Rogues-Gallery Transplant: Rag Doll is usually either a Jay Garrick or Batman villain.
- Rubber Man: In a very different way to Ralph. While Ralph was stretchy like silly-putty, Rag Doll cracks and twists his limbs as he contorts or squish parts of himself manually.
- Sickening "Crunch!": Accompanies him as he twists. Contrasting the cute squeaky sound that accompanies Ralph.
- Squashed Flat: In his origin story he was crushed flat by a piece of the Dark Matter Satellite. Once he gained how powers he can also do this at will, being shown flattening his fingers to use as lockpicks or squeezing himself through an airvent.
- Stealth Expert: Gets a lot of mileage out of his powers for infiltration, at one point appearing in the background of a crowded room observing Barry and Iris.
- Weak, but Skilled: In terms of rawpower he's not that strong all things considering, but he makes up for it by being very crafty with his powers to get the drop on stronger opponents like Barry.