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27th Apr '16 8:06:55 PM Drope
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* DrFakenstein: While Fran is visually a reference to FrankensteinsMonster, her tendency to create BodyHorror with her work also mirrors Victor Frankenstein himself.

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* DrFakenstein: While Fran is visually a reference to FrankensteinsMonster, her tendency character is closer to create BodyHorror with her work also mirrors Victor Frankenstein himself.himself what with her ForScience attitude and tendency to create BodyHorror.
27th Apr '16 8:04:17 PM Drope
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* DrFakenstein: While Fran is visually a reference to FrankensteinsMonster, her tendency to create BodyHorror with her work also mirrors Victor Frankenstein himself.
10th Apr '16 3:39:04 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** HeyItsThatGuy: InUniverse, Veronica is played by that bodyguard Agito, who slit Fran's throat. Nobody seems to notice.
23rd Mar '16 6:52:29 AM Willbyr
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** Chapter 11: The artist has confirmed that the opening pages are based on a "scene in a very famous manga" that suspiciously resembles that of VampireKnight.

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** Chapter 11: The artist has confirmed that the opening pages are based on a "scene in a very famous manga" that suspiciously resembles that of VampireKnight.''Manga/VampireKnight''.
14th Feb '16 1:43:58 PM Dravencour
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** In the chapter "Killing Impulse", [[spoiler: Gavrill goes in a violent rampage against a group of politicians who ordered to attack Prof. Amatsuka. Moreover, near the end of the same chapter, Fran also admits she would do the same thing if she found out who were the culprits behind Amatsuka's assault, except she would use her own methods instead simply killing them. It's strongly implied that she ''does'' know -- or at least suspects -- and is covertly threatening them against trying it again.]]

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** In the chapter "Killing Impulse", [[spoiler: Gavrill goes in on a violent rampage against a group of politicians who ordered to attack Prof. Amatsuka. Amatsuka attacked. Moreover, near the end of the same chapter, Fran also admits she would do the same thing if she found out who were the culprits behind Amatsuka's assault, assault were, except she would use her own methods instead simply killing them. It's strongly implied that she ''does'' know -- or at least suspects -- and is covertly threatening them against trying it again.]]



* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Fran has a set of guidelines and rules regarding her behavior, but they are ''nothing'' like normal people's. She strongly opposes murder, but won't mind if she gets to steal your organs, or if you live in a FateWorseThanDeath. Put simply - Comparing Fran's sense of Medical Ethics with that of the greater medical community is like comparing apples to bricks. [[{{Metaphorgotten}} Bricks that won't kill you, but don't particularly care if you spend the rest of your life in unimaginable torment.]]

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* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Fran has a set of guidelines and rules regarding her behavior, but they are ''nothing'' like normal people's. She strongly opposes murder, but won't mind if she gets to steal your organs, or if you live in a FateWorseThanDeath. Put simply - Comparing simply, comparing Fran's sense of Medical Ethics with that of the greater medical community is like comparing apples to bricks. [[{{Metaphorgotten}} Bricks that won't kill you, but don't won't particularly care if you spend the rest of your life in unimaginable torment.]]



%%* BodyHorror: Essentially the entire premise.
%%** Surprisingly averted in some chapters, like chapter 45.

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%%* * BodyHorror: Essentially This is practically the entire premise.
%%** Surprisingly averted
premise of the manga. Fran's sense of medical ethics is more than a little warped, and her "surgeries" have this nasty habit of leaving her "patients" in some truly horrific bodily state. She does manage to avert this in some chapters, like chapter such as Chapter 45.
16th Jan '16 9:57:25 AM Deathhacker
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* OneManArmy: Or rather, "One Girl Army": Veronica can literally slaughter dozen, if not hundreds of soldiers all by herself. Then again, considering she was built to serve as Professor Madaraki's bodyguard, it's not surprising.

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* OneManArmy: Or rather, "One Girl Army": Army":
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Veronica can literally slaughter dozen, if not hundreds of soldiers all by herself. Then again, considering she was built to serve as Professor Madaraki's bodyguard, it's not surprising.surprising.
** Gavrill is even deadlier. While she has an army of her own, she apparently took down thousands of trained military troops sent against her. It's noted that if she despises someone, his only hope of living is to send enough mooks for her to kill until she's bored and forgets the grudge.
16th Jan '16 9:51:51 AM Deathhacker
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* MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter: ''Averted.'' Fran, for all her smiley GenkiGirl nature, is probably ''more'' dangerous than her father is, especially when she tries to "help" and ends up turning you into a grotesque mockery of life.

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* MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter: MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter:
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''Averted.'' Fran, for all her smiley GenkiGirl nature, is probably ''more'' dangerous than her father is, especially when she tries to "help" and ends up turning you into a grotesque mockery of life.life.
** Hilariously subverted if you consider Fran to be the Mad Scientist rather than the Daughter. Most of her creations can seem appealing at first...then the side effects kick in.
7th Jan '16 5:26:16 PM mjcabooseblu
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* BreastExpansion: When Fran is handing out free plastic surgery at high school one of the more 'sensible' patients (as in did not get stitched to friend or have her genitals swapped with a boys), decides to get breast implants so big they make up the majority of her weight.

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* BreastExpansion: When Fran is handing out free plastic surgery at high school one of the more 'sensible' patients (as in did not get stitched to a friend or have her genitals swapped with had their face changed to look like a boys), disfigured skull), decides to get breast implants so big they make up the majority of her weight.
6th Jan '16 7:21:03 AM Willbyr
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** Chapter 55: The "little sister" that Kuhou stabs has an uncanny resemblance to [[UminekoNoNakuKoroNi Lambdadelta]].

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** Chapter 55: The "little sister" that Kuhou stabs has an uncanny resemblance to [[UminekoNoNakuKoroNi [[VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry Lambdadelta]].
16th Dec '15 10:06:37 AM erforce
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** Chapter 29 has Dr. Serizawa, the scientist who steals Fran's new method for childbirth, who has the same name and EyepatchOfPower of the scientist from the first ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' film; also, the [[TheFly half-human half-fly hybrid]] that gives birth to an entirely human baby.

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** Chapter 29 has Dr. Serizawa, the scientist who steals Fran's new method for childbirth, who has the same name and EyepatchOfPower of the scientist from the first ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' film; also, the [[TheFly [[Film/TheFly1986 half-human half-fly hybrid]] that gives birth to an entirely human baby.
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