"But the curse continues, never to be removed."
- Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast (F-02-44) is a quadruped Abnormality covered in brown fur. It has two downward-curled horns with round, magenta flowers sprouting from them; An uncountable amount of green eyes, two black hind legs similar to a cricket, and two forelegs with four-toed, red-tipped feet. It also has a black underbelly, stumped tail, two red curved lines on its side (possibly a scar or set of gills) and a set of mandibles. Its right foreleg is partially black with flecks of color. The creature itself is not the abnormality, as that is actually the curse that causes the beast to be formed.

Ability Edit

Its special ability activates when Repression is used on it in two stages in a row. When Repression is done the first time Beauty and the Beast's health will worsen and it will produce a good amount of E-Boxes. If Repression is done a second time without another work being down in between, the original abnormality will die, and the employee who did the work will turn into the new Beauty and the Beast.

Origin Edit

Beauty and the Beast's story starts with the creature being a count who is reserved only to live in its castle and never leave. Still, it could hire people to work in the castle. Beauty, a poor woman with green eyes, was hired to work in the castle for high wage. She did this because of the rumor that anyone who enters the castle is never heard from again, thus nobody else would accept. As days passed, despite the creature being gentle and giving her money at the end of each night, Beauty wanted the entire fortune and the castle for herself. She decided to enter the count's room one day, and stabbed the creature with a knife. But this action caused Beauty to become the monster, with the fortune and castle for herself. It's possible that other people, also driven by their own greed, met the same fate before or after the incident in the story.

Where Beauty and the Beast was found and how it arrived in Lobotomy Corporation is still unknown, but if the story isn't fictional, it can be assumed that the creature never left the castle. It is likely that it would have been found in the same castle where the story took place.

Details Edit

Beauty and the Beast responds to the four works in order of best to worst: Repression, Insight, Instinct, and Attachment.

Like all Abnormalities, its energy output is determined by the number of PE Boxes (Positive Enkephalin boxes) at the end of the interaction.

Beauty and the Beast's emotional state is divided into 3 sections, bad, normal, and good. Completing 0-4 E Boxes will cause it to feel distressed, completing 5-8 will cause it to feel normal, and 9-12 will make it be happy. Its usual waiting time after a task is around 10 seconds.

Unlockable Information/Upgrades Edit

Basic Infomration (Cost: 12 PE Boxes)

Unlocks and shows the name of the Abnormality, subject classification, Risk Level (TETH), portrait, Damage Type (White 2 - 4), the amount of E-Boxes (12) and their emotional state.

Instinct/Insight/Attachment/Repression List of Field Works (Cost: 4 PE Boxes)

Unlocks the percentage level list to the respective work.

Managerial Works 1/2/3 (Cost: 4 PE Boxes)

  • "Managerial Works 1"
    • "The success rate for the task was at the highest when Repression was performed on Beauty and the Beast. Repression was effective in PE-box production, but it greatly diminished the health of Beauty and the Beast."
  • "Managerial Works 2"
    • "When the tasks other than Repression was performed on Beauty and the Beast, Beauty and the Beast's health improved."
  • "Managerial Works 3"
    • "Several Repression tasks were performed on Beauty and the Beast. Beauty and the Beast collapsed with a weak moan.
      After Beauty and the Beast was gone, <name>, the employee who carried out the task, suffered an odd phenomenon. Soon, a new Beauty and the Beast was born."

Escape Information (Cost: 12 PE Boxes)

Information if the Abnormality can escape or not. "Non Escaped Object"

Work Level 1 Chance Level 2 Chance Level 3 Chance Level 4 Chance Level 5 Chance
"Common" "Low" "Very Low" "Very Low" "Very Low"
"Common" "Common" "Common" "Low" "Low"
"Low" "Very Low" "Very Low" "Very Low" "Very Low"
"High" "High" "High" "High" "High"

Observation Level Edit

Level 1 (1 Section unlocked): Success Rate +4%

Level 2 (2 Sections unlocked): Speed Rate +6

Unlocks an E.G.O. Trait, which increase the HP and MP 2. Has the appearance of a purple flower attached to the hair and has a 5% of being equipped to an employee after finishing a work with the Abnormality.

Additionally, unlocks the Armor 'Horn'.

Level 3 (3 Sections unlocked): Success Rate +6%

Unlocks the Weapon 'Horn'.

Level 4 (All details unlocked): Speed Rate +4


Beauty and the Beast Portrait

Beauty's encyclopedia portrait

  • "An Abnormality that loathes itself and spends the days howling in despair. It tries to reverse the curse that was cast upon it to no avail.
    Beauty was once a fair but poor woman with charming green eyes. One day she heard of a well-paying job working in the Count's manor.
  • "The count's appearance is monstrous. It is said that while many have entered his manor, not a soul has been seen leaving it."
  • "A hideous monster must be eating people." She thought as she held a sharp knife tightly within her dress."
  • "The woman worked in the count's manor. Contrary to the rumor, she couldn't find any trace of a monster. Sometimes during the night, someone spoke to her. But the voice was very kind, and she was compensated for her troubles quite handsomely."
  • "Working in the manor everyday, she started becoming greedy, "If the count is gone, then I could claim this castle and all the riches within it for myself."
  • "One day, she went inside the count's room, a room which she was instructed to never enter during the day. There she saw the count's true form. He was a hideous monster. Several hundred eyes, four legs, a form that was neither human nor beast."
  • "The woman thought, 'Perhaps the world will be better off without such a hideous monster.' She stabbed the monster with her knife."
  • "Surprisingly, the beast laughed at the last moment."
  • "Even before the beauty could ask "Why are you laughing?", she began to change. Hundreds of eyes appeared, fur started growing all over her body, and soon she turned into the monster."
  • "Now the castle and all its riches belonged to her."
  • "...There's a rumor that all who enter the count's castle vanishes into thin air."

Flavour Text Edit

  • "Beauty and the Beast is looking for someone who can lift its curse."
  • "Death is another form of birth."
  • "Beauty and the Beast hates its own appearance so much, it keeps attempting to commit self-harm."
  • "The curse has existed for a long time, leaving victims in its wake."
  • "But the curse continues, never to be removed."

Trivia Edit

  • Beauty and the Beast's name is an obvious reference to the French fairy tale written by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve.
  • Beauty and the Beast's eyes color probably were inherited by Beauty, who also had green eyes, mentioned in the encyclopedia entries.
  • The rumor claimed that all who entered the castle died, meaning it may be possible that something in Beauty and the Beast compels people enter to kill it, but the most probable reason is overwhelming greed to inherit the fortune, like in Beauty's story.

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