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Old October 8th, 2021, 05:51 PM
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NAME = FRANKEN-CASTLE
SECRET IDENTITY = FRANK CASTLE

SPECIES = UNDEAD
UNIQUENESS = UNIQUE HERO
CLASS = CREATURE
PERSONALITY = CONFLICTED

SIZE/HEIGHT = MEDIUM 5

LIFE = 6

MOVE = 6
RANGE = 5
ATTACK = 4
DEFENSE = 3

POINTS = ???


I NEED MY PILLS!
Start the game with a grey Pill Marker on this card. After taking a turn with Franken-Castle, you must roll the 20-sided die. If you roll 9 or lower, remove the Pill Marker from this card. If there is no Pill Marker on this card and you roll a 10 or higher, place the Pill Marker on this card. While there is no Pill Marker on this card, subtract 2 from Franken-Castle’s Move Number, 4 from his Range Number, and add 1 to his Attack Number.

MONSTER SAVIOR
If there is a Pill Marker on this card, when a friendly Creature figure adjacent to Franken-Castle is targeted for an attack by an opponent’s figure, you may switch Franken-Castle and the targeted figure. After the figures are switched, the attacking figure must target and attack Franken-Castle, if possible. Franken-Castle takes all leaving engagement attacks when moved with this special power, but the initially targeted figure does not.

UNSTOPPABLE RESILIENCE
If Franken-Castle would receive one or more wounds, ignore one of those wounds.
Bio - Frank's remains are collected by a group of Moloids, the yellow-skinned humanoids that lurk beneath the Earh's surface, and taken into an underground refuge for monsters known as the Monster Metropolis. It's there that Morbius, Living Vampire and scientist, brings the Punisher back to life as an amalgam of corpse flesh and mad science.

Frank Castle is now Frankenstein's monster.

Frank, understandably, doesn’t take his resurrection too well and proceeds to go on a rampage throughout the subterranean city, only to be stopped by a giant lava monster. Once he's calmed down, Morbius explains why he brought Frank back. The Hunter of Monster Special Forces, led by Robert Hellsgaard, who's seeking revenge for the killing of his family by werewolves, are on the way to kill the inhabitants of the city. It's a direct parallel to Frank's origins, but where they differ is that Hellsgaard lacks the Punisher's moral barometer; in his view, all monsters are evil and deserve to die.

The monsters need Franken-Castle, or else face genocide. While initially reluctant, Frank steps up into the role of the city's defender. He may be a monster now, but he's still the Punisher; punishing bad guys is what he does best. With the help of the Legion of Monsters – The Living Mummy, Werewolf By Night, Man-Thing and later Manphibian – they fight back.
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