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Heinrich Lunge (Monster)

From The Codex


Inspector Heinrich Lunge is an officer employed in the BKA, who obsessively believes that Dr. Kenzo Tenma is responsible for a series of murders and criminal events taking place in Germany, and doggedly pursues him to that end. He lives for his work, and pridefully states that no case he ever has taken on has ended without a resolution. He possesses extremely high analytical abilities, and has an excellent memory. However, he is ultimately forced to confront and contend with the "fairy-tale" reality that surrounds him when he comes to realize that Tenma is not in fact responsible, but no less than the mysterious Johan Liebert, the "monster" Tenma had referred to in his testimonies, is in fact the guilty party.

Codex Statistics

Tier: 10-B, 9-C with Guns 

Name: Heinrich Lunge

Origin: Monster 

Sex: Male 

Age: In his Thirties-Fourties 

Classification: Human, Detective 

Dimensionality: 3-D

Attack Potency: Human Level, Bone level with Guns

Durability: Human Level

Striking Strength: Human Class

Lifting Strength: Normal Human

Travel Speed: Normal Human

Combat Speed: Normal Human, Superhuman to Supersonic with Guns

Reaction Speed: Normal Human

Stamina: Average

Range: Standard Melee, Dozens of Meters with Gun

Intelligence: Genius (None of the cases that Lunge has taken go unsolved. By repeating to himself "I am the Killer", he is able to assume the killer's psychological state and the actions that he took just by looking at the crime scene. Additionally, he has a photographic memory and can repeat specific lines and the context they were in decades after they were originally said. He was also able to crack the passcode to a prostitute's list of clients without anything to go by)

Powers and Techniques

Genius Intelligence, Skilled Marksmen, has a photographic memory, can assume a killer's psychological state 




Weaknesses: He is very egotistical, and hardly ever admits to himself that the original position he took on a case could ever be wrong. 

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