This battle takes place after Frankenstein shows himself to Mary and Jake while the two let the Infected hunt.


Frankenstein arrives after Mary knocks out policemen and Jake commands the Infected to deal with him. Frankenstein easily subdues the Infected and listens to Jake's rants. He uses a misunderstanding that Jake mentions to get more information about the recent incidents. Jake tries to start a fight but Frankenstein asks them to change their location and Mary agrees. Frankenstein then proposes that whoever loses should answer the questions of the winner. Jake becomes annoyed at this and Mary tells Jake to do what he wants with Frankenstein as long as Frankenstein is left alive.

Battle SummaryEdit

Jake charges first but Frankenstein easily dodges. Frankenstein dodges one more attack and then lands his own attack on Jake's chest, leaving multiple wounds. Frankenstein remarks that he has yet to hear an answer to his proposal. Jake agrees to the proposal after he admits to underestimating Frankenstein's power. Frankenstein notices a change in Jake's movements in the subsequent attacks but still dodges them. He sees the transformation in Jake's arms and Jake boasts about his power, however Mary gets Jake back on track before he lets out too much information. Jake attacks once again, saying that he will not miss this time because of his enhanced power. Ironically, when the smoke created from the impact clears, Jake discovers to his chagrin that Frankenstein has most definitely escaped his attack.

This enrages Jake but before he could strike again Frankenstein releases an attack which damages Jake's arms and leaves him unable to completely control his body. Mary launches a direct attack on Frankenstein intended to stop him from finishing off the now-disadvantaged Jake. The two finally notice that the wounds Frankenstein has inflicted on Jake have not healed and regenerated as expected and, in consternation, they wisely decide to retreat.


Mary takes her leave along with Jake and the Infected. This incident catches the interest of Dr. Crombel and he orders Mary to find the "unnamed blonde man".

NOTE:The fact remains that the highly manipulative and calculating Doctor Crombel (who obviously considers himself to be the most brilliant, cunning, and astute individual on the planet) continues to remains somewhat oblivious to who and what Frankenstein actually is. He casually refers to him as the 'unnamed blonde man" indicating his lack of interest or anything even approaching genuine concern.This is even more hilarious considering the massive amounts of destruction and devastation Frankenstein has proven capable of inflicting. The results of this incredible act of stupidity, hubris, oversight, or miscalculation on Dr.Crombel's part gradually becomes yet another delightful indication of an almost fiendish aspect to Son Jeho's deliciously-dark sense of humor.

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