Frankenstein's monster wakes up confused and with a mind of a child, the creature sees Victor having a nightmare and tries to comfort him only to have Victor awake and run away frightened into the night, soon the creature leaves Victors home.
You shall suffer as such as i have
After wondering for some time the creature soon learns he is not welcomed by humans and seeks shelter from the cold in a small shack used to store wood. The creature soon become attached to the family while he is hidden, the creature learns english from the family as they teach to a young woman named Agatha.
I shall avenge my Elizabeth
The creature talks to the blind old man when he is alone in the cottage but as soon as the others come back they attack the creature thinking he means harm to the old man. The creature smashes trees to calm down and soon returns only to find out the family is leaving the cottage, and in a fit of rage he burns down the cottage and soon runs off to find the family in Geneva.
Guess that man's story was true after all!
After much traveling the creature finds William Frankenstein which he strangles to death after finding out his relation to Victor Frankenstein and frames a young girl named Justine by placing a locket William had in her dress. Soon Justine is hanged for the crime she did not commit due to a false confession.
The creature asks for Victor to make a companion for him which he agrees too but later changes his mind, the creature says he shall return on Victors wedding night and as promised on Victors wedding night Elizabeth, Victors new bride, is killed by the creature and Victor seeks revenge tracking the creature anywhere he goes for a final confrontation.
After tracking the creature for many months Victor Frankenstein is found by a passing ship and is picked up, he is in very poor condition and tells the one in charge of the ship his story but soon after finishing dies. The creature appears in the ship to pay his respects to Victor Frankenstein and soon jumps off the ship and disappears into the water.