Disjoint is black, and changes his mask sometimes. When his group attacked the Fallen, he had a black stick-on mask and painted his skin red,; with Love Lost, he had white facepaint, a mask over the bottom half of his face, and white markings on his costume. (Maybe to indicate where his limbs can displace?)
Can displace and teleport parts of his anatomy around a given area. He has to see them to retrieve them back. His body-parts retain full functionality and sensation, which is useful for practical and sexual purposes.
He is capable of teleporting his eyes and ears in order to spy on people and gain intel. However, this leaves the rest of his body deaf and blind, and lacking in balance.
↑ 1.01.11.2“The end of the world never stopped,” Damsel said. “This is it, continuing, wearing demon masks and cheering about fucking over the rest of us. It’s wearing stupid helmets with horns as long as my legs and thinking it can find its way to power by killing its enemies and stepping on anyone in its way.”
“It’s blasting a hole in someone with a stupid helmet,” Disjoint said.
She turned on him. He stepped back some more.
“Don’t blast a hole in the guy with the stupid limb teleporting power,” he said. - Excerpt from Shadow 5.11
↑Compared to that subtle distinction between Pill’s group and Prancer’s, the Nailbiter, Love Lost, Snag, Damsel, and a couple of the more violent and dangerous looking ones, like Sidepiece and Disjoint, were standing such that there was a fifteen foot gap between them and the others. - Shadow 5.4
↑“What did you do?” Disjoint asked, eyes wide. His mask was a black stick-on sort, but it was divided into two halves, one for the brow and one for the cheekbones. As his eyebrows went up and his eyes went wide, the two halves separated, revealing red-painted skin beneath. - Excerpt from Shadow 5.11
↑Disjoint, meanwhile, was black, with a ‘blindfold’ band of white across his eyes, a mask at the bottom half of his face, meeting with the line of white facepaint. More bands encircled his arms, not touching the spaces which were decorated with tattoos. He wore a costume top, and regular black jeans. His coat had been removed by Spright and Shortcut before we’d come, and it had the same lines painted on the sleeves. - Excerpt from Polarize 10.9
↑“I don’t want to tell you to stop, but can you keep it where I can see it?” he asked. “I might need it.” - Excerpt from Interlude 11.a II