History Headscratchers / MonsterHigh

21st Nov '15 9:59:26 AM ichigoare
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** This is a children's franchise, so I highly doubt they thought through the implications all that much. People in the target age range, after all, probably wouldn't consider any of that stuff very deeply, if at all. Now, to actually answer parts of your question, I doubt vampire birthdays are considered all that important. This is Draculaura we're talking about, and she's definitely the sort who would throw a party for any reason she could; her birthday could just be an excuse to have one more party a year, and to get presents. Plus, 1600 years falls evenly into a whole new century, which could make it a comemorable occasion. I don't think she ages past the age she turned into a vampire. This likely is true of some of her friends, but not all of them. Cleo's functionally immortal as well, as long as she keeps her bandages on, and doesn't seem to age at all; Ghoulia and Spectra are more likely than not already dead, so they can't exactly age themselves (depending on how MH defines zombies/ghosts, which isn't entirely clear). Gigi's probably older than Draculaura is as well, though she might age; we don't know if she was born as a teen or not. I don't know if Frankie would really age at all, either, since she's not a biological human. Honestly, most of the student body is far older than they appear, and many of them seem to be immortal. The biggest question is probably whether or not the immortal students have just been held back a lot.
4th Oct '15 2:15:29 AM FantasyLover321
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* If Draculaura has turned 1600 (and it's treated like a regular birthday), does that mean she ages? And if she's aging one year every hundred years, does that mean her friends are soon going to be far older than her (and even die)? Plus, if she's known Clawd and Clawdeen since they were kids, isn't her relationship with the former a little... creepy?
7th Sep '15 3:24:04 AM Awesome_Sauce432
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** Perhaps her mermaid/merman parent made a deal with a sea witch to make it possible. If Ariel could make it so she could get legs, perhaps a more outlandish desire like 'I really, really love this ghost and I want a family with him/her, make it happen.' is possible.
10th Aug '15 8:50:45 AM GrimmGhost
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* The real headscratcher is HOW ON EARTH WAS SIRENA EVER CONCEIVED?! We know one of her parents is a mermaid, here we already have a huge anatomical impoediment for one side of her faily, and the other being a ghost... how coud he possibly knock up a sold? It makes sense a mermaid gets pregnant from another merman, but a ghost! How was the mechanic involved?"
10th Aug '15 8:44:01 AM GrimmGhost
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******* Actually the tv specials and websodes are the same continuity, as well as the dairies ašwith ony a few incongruences so they are just two or three continuties the websodes/tv special/movies, the boks and the dairies that tie in to the movies.
12th Jul '15 3:06:08 PM furubatsu
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** Because Eros' "canon" daughter is the goddess of orgasms. I don't think Mattell was gonna let that slide, high school valentines day special or not.
28th Jun '15 3:08:42 PM TheWowSignal
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** They probably realized the potential UnfortunateImplications of that plotline and decided to drop it, most likely.
3rd May '15 7:01:58 PM ztyran
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* I see a bit continuity snarl in the specials. In "Ghouls Rule" and a couple of earlier specials, it's implied that Monsters are the minority and Humans the dominant species. However in later specials like "Scaris: City of Frights" it's shown as if monster are the only species and humans, with exceptions like Jackson Jekyll, are largely forgotten. Any ideas?
28th Dec '14 8:48:34 AM SummerDays128
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** I can't speak for the dolls/webisodes, but in the books, Frankie's dad explains that he made her parts himself. Exactly what they're made out of isn't specified, but it's implied to be artificial, not made from actual dead people.
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*** I actually don't want to think of where he might've gotten teen girl body parts from, because most dead teen girls die through pretty terrible means and I don't like to think he got some suicidal teen girl body parts, lets just have how she was made be kept secret. ** I can't speak for the dolls/webisodes, but in the books, Frankie's dad explains that he made her parts himself. Exactly what they're made out of isn't specified, but it's implied to be artificial, not made from actual dead people. But it could mean that he found said teen girl body parts and fixed them up so Frankie would not look grotesque like he did, so it could be either way
28th Dec '14 8:42:02 AM SummerDays128
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** You know what might be the case Frankie might be like Edward Scissorshands, in the movie he was artificially made instead of using actual dead parts and this might explain why Frankie looks like that women from Skull Shores. This either means that her father got the girls body and used it or used the women's likeness to make Frankie and if that's so then... Jesus her parents are genius! I mean wasn't in the book The monster was dumb now he can make his own kid whether it be artificial or real? But you know he could've made her both ways explaining why her hand can come off at will and not bleed in the Monster high book though when her head fell off she was out for awhile so yeah it could go either way but I'd like to think the parents used both.
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