Frankenstein

Frankenstein
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  • I'm going to discover magnetism!
  • Going North? 
  • I hated my childhood. The only good thing I had was Elizabeth, Henry and Science. Maybe I should go crazy and create a monster.
  • Brilliant idea! 
  • I want my daddy!
  • Robert Walton was headed to the North Pole with a crew and ship looking to discover magnetism, longing for a friend all the while, not thinking he would actually find one. 
  • I HATE YOU AND WISH YOU WERE DEAD! ...but okay
  • I have learned language and I have learned that I am hated. I demand a woman or you will suffer!
  • Victor was always absorbed in science books as a child and a lightning strike changed his life. Seeking higher education he goes to Ingolstadt shortly after his mother dies and becomes obsessed with anatomy. 
  • I broke my promise and now my wife, father and best friend are dead! I will get revenge!
  • Monster this way
  • Come and get me ;)
  • Frankenstein spent two years creating the monster and it wasn't till it woke up that he was horrified. Letting the monster get away, Victor falls ill and Henry cares for him for three months before recieving news from Geneva. 
  • And that's what happened. Avenge my life, Walton. *bleh*
  • Uh... Okay... Psycho...
  • Time to die I guess...
  • Upon returning to Geneva Victor found out his brother was killed, his friend was blamed and hung, and the monster was behind it all. After listening to the monsters sob story, he agrees to create a woman in hopes of the monster leaving him alone forever.
  • Upon realizing what he's doing Frankenstein destroys the female despite the consequences. He devotes his life to chasing the monster and killing him to put his and his family's souls at rest. 
  • Frankenstein does not get his revenge on the monster as they were both lost at sea and Victor fell deathly ill. Upon asking Walton to carry out his quest it was left unfinished as the monster floated off to die alone, having no purpose without his creator. 
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