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|name = Eldon Frankenstein
 
|name = Eldon Frankenstein
|image = [[File:EldonStyne.png|300px]]
 
 
|season = [[Season 10|10]]
 
|season = [[Season 10|10]]
|category = [[Human]] {{c|[[Styne Family]]}}
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|category = [[Humans|Human]] {{c|[[Styne Family]]}}
|status = Deceased<br> <small>(killed by [[Dean Winchester]])
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|image = [[File:EldonStyne.png|250px]]
|Affiliation = [[Styne Family]]
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|status = Deceased {{c|[[Killed by Dean Winchester|killed by]] [[Dean Winchester]]}}
|Occupation =<br>Magic Practitioner
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|occupation = Hunter<br>Magic Practitioner
|actor = David Hoflin
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|family = [[Monroe Frankenstein]] {{c|father}} †<br>[[Jacob Frankenstein]] {{c|brother}} †<br>[[Cyrus Frankenstein]] {{c|brother}} †<br>[[Eli Frankenstein]] {{c|cousin}} †<br>[[Roscoe Frankenstein]] {{c|unknown relative}} †
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|actor = David Hoflin}}
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'''Eldon Frankenstein''' was a member of [[Styne Family]], a family which has consisted of magic practitioners for several generations.
'''Eldon Frankenstein''' was a member of [[Styne Family]], a family which has consisted consisted of magic practitioners for several generations.
 
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
Eldon Styne is the son of Monroe Styne, and brother to [[Jacob Styne]]. Like all members of the Styne family, Eldon has had enhancements done to his body such as implanting a second heart and adding extra muscles to his legs, allowing his body to be more durable and allowing for enhanced strength. After Jacob's death, Eldon started getting sloppy, leaving a body and witness behind when he harvested eyes from a girl. As a result, his father, [[Munroe Frankenstein|Munroe]] was furious with him and tasked him with finding the ''[[Book of the Damned (object)|Book of the Damned]]''. Finding the Winchesters investigating his murder, Eldon follows them and attacks Dean with the help of another family member only to have Dean kill the other man and capture him. Held prisoner in the bunker's dungeon, Eldon tells Dean the history of [[Styne Family]] and that the ''Book'' cannot be destroyed. When Dean is distracted by the information, Eldon rips off his own arm and escapes. After learning that his cousin [[Eli Frankenstein|Eli]] found [[Charlie Bradbury]], Eldon decides to confront her himself. After Charlie refuses to give him the ''Book'', Eldon brutally murders her. Afterwards, he tells his father of the stash in [[the Men-of-Letters Bunker]] and watches as his little brother [[Cyrus Frankenstein|Cyrus]] kills a boy who was picking on him and gets the boy's arm. Munroe sends Eldon, Cyrus and [[Roscoe Frankenstein|Roscoe]] to raid the bunker for the stash and to destroy what they can't take. Eldon prepares to burn Dean's things with the books after making fun of them, but Roscoe is killed by a returned Dean. Eldon mocks him over Charlie's death until Dean informs him that he killed Eldon's entire family in revenge. Telling Eldon he may have several hearts and other organs but just one brain, Dean shoots him in the head, killing him.
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Eldon Styne was the son of Monroe Styne, and brother to [[Jacob Styne]]. Like all members of the Styne family, Eldon had enhancements done to his body such as implanting a second heart and adding extra muscles to his legs, allowing his body to be more durable and allowing for enhanced strength.
   
==Power and Abilities==
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After Jacob's death, Eldon started getting 'sloppy'; leaving a body and witness behind when he harvested eyes from [[Eileen MacCormack]]. As a result, his father, [[Monroe Frankenstein|Monroe]] was furious with him and tasked him with finding the ''[[Book of the Damned (object)|Book of the Damned]]''. Finding the Winchesters investigating his murder, Eldon followed them and then attacked Dean with the help of another family member only to have Dean kill the other man and capture him. Held prisoner in the bunker's dungeon, Eldon tells Dean the history of [[Styne Family]] and that the ''Book'' cannot be destroyed. When Dean is distracted by the information, Eldon rips off his own arm and escapes.<ref name="Dark Dynasty">''[[Dark Dynasty]]''</ref>
Although he can be considered as a magic practitioners, his power and abilities are not shown much. Being capable to be tasked in searching the Book of the Damned, he maybe the one of the most powerful magic practitioners in that community.
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*'''Enhanced Durability''' - He was able to jump out of a third story building and land without a problem. He was also mostly unaffected by the blood loss of ripping his own arm off.
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After learning that his cousin [[Eli Frankenstein|Eli]] found [[Charlie Bradbury]], Eldon decided to confront her himself. After Charlie refused to give him the Book, Eldon brutally [[Murder of Charlie Bradbury|murdered her]]. Afterwards, he told his father of the stash in the [[Men of Letters bunker]] and watched as his little brother [[Cyrus Frankenstein|Cyrus]] killed [[Cyrus's Bully|a boy]] who was picking on him and harvests the boy's arm. Monroe sent Eldon, Cyrus and [[Roscoe Frankenstein|Roscoe]] to raid the bunker for the stash and to destroy what they can't take. Eldon prepared to burn Dean's things with the books after making fun of them, but Dean returned and Roscoe is killed by him. Eldon mocks Charlie's death until Dean informs him that he has killed Eldon's entire family for his actions, to his shock. Telling Eldon he may have several hearts and other organs but just one brain, Dean proceeds to shoot him in the head, killing him.<ref name="The Prisoner">''[[The Prisoner]]''</ref>
*'''Enhanced Strength''' - Showed a degree of superhuman strength, able to life a grown man above his head and rip his own arm off. He also easily kicked in the bunker's door.
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*'''Enhanced Agility''' - He has enhanced agility, able to casually leap out of a third story building and land gracefully.
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==Powers and Abilities==
*'''Supernatural Knowledge''' - He has a certain degree of supernatural knowledge. He recognized the Mark Of Cain and classified it as a "gift" and wondered why Dean wanted to be rid of it. He also knew the contents of the Book of the Damned.
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Although he could have been considered a magic practitioner, his power and abilities were not shown much. However, as a member of the Styne Family, he has greatly enhanced physical capabilities.
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*'''[[Invulnerability|Enhanced Durability]]''' - He was able to jump out of a third story building and land without any injury. He was also mostly unaffected by the blood loss of ripping his own arm off.
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*'''[[Super Strength|Enhanced Strength]]''' - He showed a degree of superhuman strength; he was able to lift a grown man above his head, and rip his own arm off. He also easily kicked in the bunker's door.
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*'''[[Super Agility|Enhanced Agility]]''' - He had enhanced agility; he was able to casually leap out of a third story building and land gracefully.
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*'''Supernatural Knowledge''' - He had a certain degree of supernatural knowledge. He recognized the [[Mark of Cain]] and knew the contents of the ''[[Book of the Damned (object)|Book of the Damned]]''.
   
 
==Weaknesses==
 
==Weaknesses==
*'''[[Fairy Blade]]''' - A fairy blade has been demonstrated to be able to kill a Styne.
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He had the same weaknesses that the rest of the Styne family had.
*'''Multiple Wounds''' - A Styne can be killed by multiple wounds despite their enhanced durability.
 
*'''Broken Neck''' - A broken neck can kill the Stynes.
 
*'''Massive Blood Loss''' - A Styne can be killed through massive blood loss such as from a slit throat.
 
 
*'''Massive Brain Damage''' - As he has only one brain, Eldon was able to be killed by a shot to the head.
 
*'''Massive Brain Damage''' - As he has only one brain, Eldon was able to be killed by a shot to the head.
   
==Appearance==
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==Appearances==
 
*[[Season 10]]
 
*[[Season 10]]
 
**''[[Dark Dynasty]]''
 
**''[[Dark Dynasty]]''
 
**''[[The Prisoner]]''
 
**''[[The Prisoner]]''
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Latest revision as of 04:37, February 2, 2020


Eldon Frankenstein was a member of Styne Family, a family which has consisted of magic practitioners for several generations.

HistoryEdit

Eldon Styne was the son of Monroe Styne, and brother to Jacob Styne. Like all members of the Styne family, Eldon had enhancements done to his body such as implanting a second heart and adding extra muscles to his legs, allowing his body to be more durable and allowing for enhanced strength.

After Jacob's death, Eldon started getting 'sloppy'; leaving a body and witness behind when he harvested eyes from Eileen MacCormack. As a result, his father, Monroe was furious with him and tasked him with finding the Book of the Damned. Finding the Winchesters investigating his murder, Eldon followed them and then attacked Dean with the help of another family member only to have Dean kill the other man and capture him. Held prisoner in the bunker's dungeon, Eldon tells Dean the history of Styne Family and that the Book cannot be destroyed. When Dean is distracted by the information, Eldon rips off his own arm and escapes.[1]

After learning that his cousin Eli found Charlie Bradbury, Eldon decided to confront her himself. After Charlie refused to give him the Book, Eldon brutally murdered her. Afterwards, he told his father of the stash in the Men of Letters bunker and watched as his little brother Cyrus killed a boy who was picking on him and harvests the boy's arm. Monroe sent Eldon, Cyrus and Roscoe to raid the bunker for the stash and to destroy what they can't take. Eldon prepared to burn Dean's things with the books after making fun of them, but Dean returned and Roscoe is killed by him. Eldon mocks Charlie's death until Dean informs him that he has killed Eldon's entire family for his actions, to his shock. Telling Eldon he may have several hearts and other organs but just one brain, Dean proceeds to shoot him in the head, killing him.[2]

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Although he could have been considered a magic practitioner, his power and abilities were not shown much. However, as a member of the Styne Family, he has greatly enhanced physical capabilities.

  • Enhanced Durability - He was able to jump out of a third story building and land without any injury. He was also mostly unaffected by the blood loss of ripping his own arm off.
  • Enhanced Strength - He showed a degree of superhuman strength; he was able to lift a grown man above his head, and rip his own arm off. He also easily kicked in the bunker's door.
  • Enhanced Agility - He had enhanced agility; he was able to casually leap out of a third story building and land gracefully.
  • Supernatural Knowledge - He had a certain degree of supernatural knowledge. He recognized the Mark of Cain and knew the contents of the Book of the Damned.

WeaknessesEdit

He had the same weaknesses that the rest of the Styne family had.

  • Massive Brain Damage - As he has only one brain, Eldon was able to be killed by a shot to the head.

AppearancesEdit

ReferencesEdit

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