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Fran is a Frankenstein's Monster that appears in Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls Online.
As a Frankenstein's Monster she has stitches and sewn together limbs. She has a large screw in her head, and bolts along her left arm.
She has one green eye and one blue eye. She has multicolor hair, her bangs being magenta, dark purple and light green. She wears a white lab coat, a grey button up shirt, a blue striped tie, shorts with overalls, white socks, and black shoes.
Skills and TraitsEdit
- Frankenstein's Monster Physiology:
- Immortality: Much like other zombies Fran is immortal.
- Toxic Blood: As she is a Frankenstein's Monster a subspecies of zombies she most likely has toxic blood. "Blood" composed of a toxic batch of preservation fluids made to be blood-like.
- Pain Resistance: Due to them being dead, Zombies have high pain tolerances and non-weapon-based damage thresholds, though this doesn't completely dampen their ability to feel pain or prevent them from feeling pleasure since a condition that prevented the feeling of pain would cause the nerves to be unable to send pleasure.
- Main article: Zombie
A Frankenstein's Monster is a subspecies of Zombie that has been "created" or "born" through the combination of differently sourced but compatible organic and corpse parts to form a sentient, functional being and given life through either alchemy or magic.
While similar in nature to, and sharing many attributes with, the Zombie species, Frankenstein's Monsters differ in how they are created; while Zombies were once living beings, Frankenstein's Monsters were created from "birth" as undead beings by merging differently sourced but compatible corpse's body parts.
- The word 'Furan' (フラン) is not only the Japanese way of pronouncing 'Fran' (as in Frankenstein), but can also mean "Decompose" (腐乱 Furan?).
- While sharing similar origins (created beings given life), the Frankenstein's Monster race deviates from the Clay Golem race in that Golems are typically created from inorganic materials while Frankenstein's Monsters are created from organic body parts and corpses stitched together.