Monster Soul

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A Monster Soul is a unique and vital component for monsters. This type of soul does not possess the ability to have traits.

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Monster Souls


A Monster Soul's composition is theorized by monster-kind to be made up of love, hope, and compassion. However, the true composition and nature of the soul are unknown. Monster Souls are rather weak, shattering when the monster's body turns to dust. It's said that the reason for that is the lack of Determination in their souls, the substance that allows a Traited Soul to persist after death.

Boss Monster Souls


Boss Monster Souls are different. They possess the same composition as a normal one. However, they're stronger and more resistant, which allows them to persist for some seconds after their body turns to dust. A quality exclusive to Boss Monsters is that when Boss Monsters have children, a link is established between them. The parent’s full, 100% power is divided into two; 50% stays with the parent and the other 50% is divided equally among the children. The divided “power” to the children is a constant stream of magic with the purpose being to help them grow strong. When the child hits their "prime", the magic of the link returns to the parent.

Trivia


  • If a boss monster child were to hypothetically die, the magic of the link returns to the parent.
  • The boss monster link can be forcefully broken, like how Gaster did it. However, that way is extremely taxing, causing the parent's soul to crack due to the magical overload (the magic from the link returning to the parent all of a sudden) and can't happen through normal means.
  • Monsters cannot handle HATE inside of their souls or generate it.
  • Monsters can generate small amounts of Determination due to their newly obtained physical matter throughout the events of Season 2, this can be seen with Mettaton and Sans.
  • Among monsters, there's a rare kind of magic called "Chroma Magic", which allows the monster to mimic each one of the 7 Human soul traits. An example of this is Gaster's chroma hands.