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  • Since peple say that something on the ship cause either one of the crew mates, or someone involved in its transportation, to mutate into one of the three monsters, I think that following this theory means that the brute might be someone that is only partially mutated, a monster that is not completly made just yet. What if Monstrum released a sequel, or an update, in which we could see a brute that is comletly mutated. (Possibly the monster(s) hunt you back to the shore after your daring escape?)

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    • I think that the monster might be brett because is got close to the cargo and after he was gone missing and is tools was covered in black soot.

      It's only my asumpsions

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    • Well, according to Note 17, there were two test subjects, of an "turritopsis dohrnii based compund". "Turritopsis dohrnii" is an 5mm big jellyfish, which is commonly called "the immortal jellyfish", due to its ability, to relive its whole life circle and thus becoming practically immortal.

      As the compund is only BASED on turritopsis dohrnii, it May Not really be Or make humans immortal but seems to be intented to give regenerative abilities, and will Or will not do that.

      On the First subject mentioned, it resulted in the regeneration of scar tissue and muscle growth yet, also in high aggression and low brain activity. This seems to fit the brute pretty much, doesnt it? The muscle growth results in its immense strenght and the aggresion fits its berserker-like behaviour. The low brain activity explains its "low intelligence".

      Yet as the test compound is, as the name implies, just a test and thus contains flaws, which could explain why the brute's left arm is more human.

      Also, according to the "scar tissue" mentioned in the note, the test subjects must have been either dead, and thus, revive by the compound, Or severely hurt, for example by a third degree burn, inflicted by hot steam from a shower.

      So, looking at the facts, it is Safe to assume, that the brute is the first test subject, and maybe could be Wilson Or Chekov, who got burned by a hot steam shower and thus had scar tissue.

      But now comes the question, which monster the other subject could be, if it Even is one, Right?

      So, according to note 17, its scar tissue and nerve damals has not been healed and muscle growth has not been detected, thus implying "low strenght" and "constant Pain". But higher Brain-activity had been found to be over predetermined scales, so it must have been smarter than a human.

      Sounds like the Fiend, doesnt It? The Fiend is very intelligent, and also seems to he able to use its mind als an weapon, using telekinetic powers, thus outwheiging its low strenght, which is implied by its body. No deformities, caused by faulty regeneration, just regenerated brain cells and maybe Even new ones, which probadly did increase the brain's size and thus, also the skull's. This might explain its interestingly shaped skull. And, its skin does look kinda burnt and severely injured, as scar tissue did not heal, only small and light damages.

      However, i still cannot explain the purple colored eyes, sorry. But it might have something to do with the brain growth. Who knows?

      Also its "EMP Effect" (it turning off electric utilities, When it it nearby) is also a thing i Cant explain, yet. But it probadly has to do with the high Brain activity.

      Anyways, i guess its safe to assume, that the Fiend is test subject number 2 and thus, maybe wilson or chekov, and the Brute test subject 1 and thus,maybe the other one.

      But don't forget, its just a theory, a MONSTRUM theory!

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    • Also the what was inside the container was glowing in the dark which does indicate that it wasn't the monster, but i fact be the jellyfishs (turritopsis dohrnii) which is the most logic concuclison. Also they said that in note 17 that subject 2 had constent pain which may explaine why the hunter is always shaking when standing.

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    • You may be right, but still, turritopsis dohrnii is only 5mm big. And the pain could only result from nerve damage, and The Hunter doenst Seem to have nerves. The only Thinges visible Are organs and a skeleton implying an possible third human test subject.

      So this means, 3 humans, were possible injected, with an on "turritopsis dohrnii based compound". The Brute had increased muscle growth, strenght, aggression and low brain activity.

      The Fiend has increased brain activity and only regenerated light tissue damage. And he probadly is The one with The constant pain, die to His nerve damage, Not being healed.

      The Hunter however, seems to have completely lost its skin and The nerves, Or got them turned into a Gel, similar to an jellyfish, and Seemed to reform its Head shape, as it seems to Not have a skull, Or atleast it changed the mouth (i Never had a Chance to at The head to find something like that) into its Present state. So only organs and the skeleton remained.

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    • And, could You Tell me, what exactly is saying that the container was glowing in the dark? Because if it was, it wasnt, due to turritopsis dohrnii, these may do emit light, but their size would require an unrealistically high amount of them, to make the glow noticible. It may have been the brute, as he is known for emitting light.

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    • Stickman727 wrote:
      You may be right, but still, turritopsis dohrnii is only 5mm big. And the pain could only result from nerve damage, and The Hunter doenst Seem to have nerves. The only Thinges visible Are organs and a skeleton implying an possible third human test subject.

      So this means, 3 humans, were possible injected, with an on "turritopsis dohrnii based compound". The Brute had increased muscle growth, strenght, aggression and low brain activity.

      The Fiend has increased brain activity and only regenerated light tissue damage. And he probadly is The one with The constant pain, die to His nerve damage, Not being healed.

      The Hunter however, seems to have completely lost its skin and The nerves, Or got them turned into a Gel, similar to an jellyfish, and Seemed to reform its Head shape, as it seems to Not have a skull, Or atleast it changed the mouth (i Never had a Chance to at The head to find something like that) into its Present state. So only organs and the skeleton remained.

      You know that we don't see the nerves inside a jellyfish

      and also whit would have being difficult to take the cargo whitout being notice because the monster would have cause a lot of mouvement causing it to be difficult to transport and to take on the ship unotice. Also they would make a lot of noices.

      And the specimens where changing colors and where more actie in the dark increasing the chance to be the Turritopsis dohrnii because if the monsters were in the container. They would have emmidiatly exit the cargo because of the transport stress. 

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    • Youre right. They would exit the container they were stored in aus soon aus they had awaken. Youre right.

      Because that is exactly what they did. According to Note 1 to 3 there was the container number 106 with T-L0N aus an Point of origin, which seems pretty normal but T-L0N doenst actually exist. This resulted in its opening by the crew, obviously. Books stacked onto eachother from floor to ceiling, hiding whats behind, the REAL cargo, which were the monsters, Maybe Even all of them, and here is why: it was left at it is, and When Chekov was sent for patrol, it was found damaged, it has exploded.

      Now, explain me how these monsters COULDNT be in there! They broke out, just as You Said! It Couldnt have been turritopsis dohrnii, as it would again require an unrealistically HUGE amount of them (as they Are only 5 millimeters big) to make the container look like it is now. And then the "book covers" (no Pun intended) would have just been pushed out, which doesnt fit the note.

      And frankly, it wouldnt Even make make sense to transport jellyfishs. Especially, if these jellyfishs can be found all over the world, just like turritopsis dohrnii. And as the destination seems to be LA (according to Note 3), so america, turritopsis dohrnii cannot be the cargo, simply becasue, if america needed these, they could FISH them out of the sea.

      Also, jellyfishs are very unhandy for transport, especially in containers. They Need clean water, and in case of turritopsis dohrnii, alot of observation. You Need to check if they properly digestes the Artemia Cysts, they Are being fed.

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    • Stickman727 wrote:
      Youre right. They would exit the container they were stored in aus soon aus they had awaken. Youre right.

      Because that is exactly what they did. According to Note 1 to 3 there was the container number 106 with T-L0N aus an Point of origin, which seems pretty normal but T-L0N doenst actually exist. This resulted in its opening by the crew, obviously. Books stacked onto eachother from floor to ceiling, hiding whats behind, the REAL cargo, which were the monsters, Maybe Even all of them, and here is why: it was left at it is, and When Chekov was sent for patrol, it was found damaged, it has exploded.

      Now, explain me how these monsters COULDNT be in there! They broke out, just as You Said! It Couldnt have been turritopsis dohrnii, as it would again require an unrealistically HUGE amount of them (as they Are only 5 millimeters big) to make the container look like it is now. And then the "book covers" (no Pun intended) would have just been pushed out, which doesnt fit the note.

      And frankly, it wouldnt Even make make sense to transport jellyfishs. Especially, if these jellyfishs can be found all over the world, just like turritopsis dohrnii. And as the destination seems to be LA (according to Note 3), so america, turritopsis dohrnii cannot be the cargo, simply becasue, if america needed these, they could FISH them out of the sea.

      Also, jellyfishs are very unhandy for transport, especially in containers. They Need clean water, and in case of turritopsis dohrnii, alot of observation. You Need to check if they properly digestes the Artemia Cysts, they Are being fed.

      You have a point.

      But the specimens where captured from a spawning ground which makes it more probable to be the turritopsis dohrnii. Also they said that observing the specimens had a minamal risk of exposure inside the tank. But to what

      I think that it also theturritopsis dohrnii based compound inside. Maybe it is why the monster appear on the ship later after the event ,because maybe the compound is transmissible trough air but for the effect to appear,they most have a prolonged exposure.

      .They may have being a chemical reaction which reacted to one of the component of the compound inside the thank which resulted the explosion. or the compound could be volatile.

      Also they maybe they had to find a way to preserve the compound. so they had to use the jellyfish as host for it, which causes side effects like glowing even more than normaly (visible to the naked eye)

      Also in note 17 say that the compound needs refinements BEFORE human trial. Which means that the subject aren't human.

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    • Youve got n point.

      But still the properties of the two test subjects resemble the brute or, in case of subjects Number two, the Fiend. And to be honest, they clearly are human.

      For example, the Brutes not regenerated left arm is pretty much human origin. And thus the brute Must have been an human, an as subject number 1 resembles the Brute in all points (muscle growth? Check, Low intelligence? check, aggression? check). And the Brute must be human, due to its arm, the First Test subject is also human. The other Monsters also do show human sites. The Hunter does have an human typical skeleton And organs in a human-like SIZE. The Fiend does Even Look like an human, a burned one. And also, how it does Act, similar to a human, i would say. It is the hardest monster to trick as it wont stay long, due to it checking, that it got tricked, quite fast.

      Also, Note that i Said TEST subject. It is a TEST compound, which is intended to help humanity (possibly by reaching immotality, Even though its more of an rebirth), and thus it would only be logical for the Test subjects to be human.

      So the compound needs refinement, so it counts as an "FINISHED product" And thus, can be used by the humans, or military, who knows?

      And also, the spawning ground You mentioned, is obviously the monsters source. There were at least 10 brought to the Ship, two of which, subject 1 And 2, were damaged beyond use. This does fit into Note 17. wehre it says that the subjects should be euthanised, so killed, humanely.

      But, interestingly enough, they didnt, or didnt "succeed" And then just placed their "corpses" into the Container with the other 8 specimen.

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    • Stickman727 wrote:
      Youve got n point.

      But still the properties of the two test subjects resemble the brute or, in case of subjects Number two, the Fiend. And to be honest, they clearly are human.

      For example, the Brutes not regenerated left arm is pretty much human origin. And thus the brute Must have been an human, an as subject number 1 resembles the Brute in all points (muscle growth? Check, Low intelligence? check, aggression? check). And the Brute must be human, due to its arm, the First Test subject is also human. The other Monsters also do show human sites. The Hunter does have an human typical skeleton And organs in a human-like SIZE. The Fiend does Even Look like an human, a burned one. And also, how it does Act, similar to a human, i would say. It is the hardest monster to trick as it wont stay long, due to it checking, that it got tricked, quite fast.

      Also, Note that i Said TEST subject. It is a TEST compound, which is intended to help humanity (possibly by reaching immotality, Even though its more of an rebirth), and thus it would only be logical for the Test subjects to be human.

      So the compound needs refinement, so it counts as an "FINISHED product" And thus, can be used by the humans, or military, who knows?

      And also, the spawning ground You mentioned, is obviously the monsters source. There were at least 10 brought to the Ship, two of which, subject 1 And 2, were damaged beyond use. This does fit into Note 17. wehre it says that the subjects should be euthanised, so killed, humanely.

      But, interestingly enough, they didnt, or didnt "succeed" And then just placed their "corpses" into the Container with the other 8 specimen.

      You also have a good point

      But where are other specimens did go? That's the question.

      And also they should have think about it before putting dangerous specimens which aren't entirely dead on a boat whit just civilan. Seriously they didn't think about all the danger brought on the ship.

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    • Yeah, but the containers seemed safe, untilgbar somebody's opened them, which they didnt expect. And were the other monsters did Go? WHO knows? Maybe theyll be added soon, one After another.

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    • Stickman727 wrote:
      Yeah, but the containers seemed safe, untilgbar somebody's opened them, which they didnt expect. And were the other monsters did Go? WHO knows? Maybe theyll be added soon, one After another.

      Or maybe in a sequel?!

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    • Yeah, but where would it Play? You escaped from the ship, the monsters didnt (And i dont personally think they can swim....especially the Brute)

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    • So Yeah, it would only make sense, when You play as ANOTHER survivor, who just woke up on the ship. And as time passed the New monsters awakened, obviously.

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    • Stickman727 wrote:
      So Yeah, it would only make sense, when You play as ANOTHER survivor, who just woke up on the ship. And as time passed the New monsters awakened, obviously.

      Yeah but I wonder who are those survivor it can't be a random persone it must be a person who was on the ship. I wonder.

      But I think one of them is benedict because he was to affraid to go out of is room.

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    • It could also ne Mikkleson, Dr. Zhao, actually, everyone,who isnt confirmed or could only have died. (Like Brett who vanished and that guy, who climbed into the vent.)

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    • Fred also was screaming and then nothing. There is no way that he is still alive 

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    • Thais right, now we got three characters less.

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    • But I am thinking that there is a possibility that Chevock,Brett,Brody,Larry are maybe one or tow of the monster (possibly the Fiend or the Hunter). But also I checked note 5, 7 and the audio log 5, 6. You should also checked them. 

      In note 5 they say that some of the guys reported a burning smell down near the boiler 2 day ago, when Fred check it out, he saw nothing. Indacating that you were almost right. The Brute was in the container but the Fiend couldn't be inside the cargo because subject 2 wasn't able to repairs certains types of damage (like scares) and was beyond use . There is something fishy about this, I mean look at it they said that the subject were unthanized (which may indicates that they weren't human...Just saying) but then they say that the specimens were damage beyond use which indicates that the specimens weren't related to the subject. Also if they were damage beyond use, it maybe possible that there was a fight (maybe when they tryied to contained them). This gave me an idea, maybe that one or some of the researcher and Mr.S.Kobayashi, did a human trial on 2 unspecteds testers whitout any permission (maybe for military or just to get more money or results on the research). But the experiment had  gone wrong but they managed to stop them, but the testers were killed. To hide the evidence they or he had to put the corpses of the testers (which they indicates them as specimens to make them less supicious) in the containers which was suppose to leave HQ.

      The other Specimens were maybe a geneticly modifided Turritopsis dohrnii (which could have help to preserved the Compound because of there biological compability and maybe they some unique trait that could have help the research, so they modifided them so that they can survive the entire journey).

      So maybe the Fiend wasn't one of the specimens (MAYBE).

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    • Jesus Christ the notes and the audio logs are confusing

      Because I mean that they aren't all in chronological order which makes it difficult to make a clear timeline which could help us alot to find the backstory.

      We should try to organise the notes in a chronological order by making a timeline whit each note.


      Also I made a List of the members of the Ishamaru to help us find the persons who are the monsters or who is the survivors. It will be updated once and a will when we have more info and when we make up our mind. Each letters next to the name of each members are a abbreviations of a word to explain there status (which can be explained in the legende below the list) 

      Crews members of the Ishamaru

      Brody=(?)

      Larry=(?)

      Chevock (PM,?)

      Wilson/Homer (PD)

      Dr.Zhao (?)

      Captain Mikkleson (?)

      Brett (?)

      Fred (D)

      Mr.S.Kobayashi (?)

      Carlson (?)

      Ellis (PA, PS, PE)

      Ben/Benedict (PA, PS)

      Thomas (PS, PA)

      Stuart (?)

      Mills (?)

      Ocampo (?)

      Kim (?)

      Other crews members (?)


      Legends: 

      A=Alive 

      D=Dead

      M=Monster

      E=Escape

      S=Survivors (player)

      ?=Unknown (When they fate is unsure)

      P=Possibly (only use when there is a possible status)

      PA=Possibly alive

      PD=possibly dead

      PM=possibly monsters

      PE=Possibly escape

      PS=Possibly survivors

      MB=Monster (Brute)

      MH=Monster (Hunter)

      MF=Monster (Fiend)

      PMB=Possibly monster (Brute)

      PMH=Possibly monster (Hunter)

      PMF=Possibly monster (Fiend)

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    • but what would explain the brutes sense of sight and super loud roar?

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    • That would be echolocation

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    • really. but still. echolocation is a type of sight. the brute only roars when it actually sees you. so with the sight part solved. the load roar is still unsolved. burnt lungs and diaphragm maybe, while screaming to its loudest?

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    • Currently we dont know the diagnosis or what mutation occured but we are working in it.

      Still if youb help us whit this theory that would be nice

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    • let's all ask MatPat (game theory) to see if he can do some research on it. we give him what we know so far. and then the thing we cannot figure out. he might be able to

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    • Monstrum is a game after all and he is the game theorist

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    • But maybe not is priority I know someone else

      Trey the Explainer he could help us out or we could figure out ourself

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    • Calling a theorist is lame as-**** mate, they wouldnt even care about this dead game, lol.

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    • Yeah but this game is not dead until this wiki is stil active

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    • 207.61.101.254 wrote:
      really. but still. echolocation is a type of sight. the brute only roars when it actually sees you. so with the sight part solved. the load roar is still unsolved. burnt lungs and diaphragm maybe, while screaming to its loudest?

      This may be possible because of the fact that the compound had the ability to regenerate damage tissu meaning that is vocal cord are still there in a way

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    • Oh my gawd I just realized that the specimens could'nt be the subject because the first thing the reasercher would have done is to destroy the bodies because there is more chance that they find there body in the containers

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    • Also I think I figure what is the timeline

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    • Can't wait for it

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    • A FANDOM user
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