Asriel crossed the barrier with Chara’s soul. However, Asriel could not find the resolve to kill 6 humans and the humans, after assuming Asriel had killed Chara, attacked him. He made it back underground but died some time later. So Chara committed suicide so they could free the monster species.
Chara carried her own corpse over the barrier and wanted to use her full power to destroy the humans who attacked her. Asriel resisted Chara, which ultimately resulted in the humans killing the fusion of the two SOULs. Chara’s motives in this situation are uncertain.
it was most likely a suicide designed to look like a natural death. it was part of a meticulous plan. Chara didn’t want to die – they had goals. they wanted to kill humans and maybe even start a war between humans and monsters.
So when Frisk commits genocide, Chara has enough power to manifest her spirit and wipe out the world. You can then bring it back but only by giving Frisk up her soul in which they revive the world but will never allow you to have a happy ending because they own your soul. That’s it for today!
Somehow this causes chara’s “essence” to slip into Frisk. when the essence made contact with frisk’s resolve, her life was given, just like flowey’s. Perhaps it was because Frisk’s body had the ability to harbor a red soul – the same color as Chara’s soul.
Chara is neutral and like a close friend of Frisk/the player. When Frisk/the player commits an evil act, Chara also becomes corrupted and she simply follows what Frisk/the player does.
The in-game plaque reads “A monster with a human soul… A terrifying beast of unfathomable power.” Monster ships can’t absorb monster souls, and human ships can’t absorb other human souls, so if Chara had Asriel’s soul inside her, they couldn’t absorb the souls of killed humans and get stronger .
Because Frisk doesn’t need eyes to dodge different projectiles. Originally posted by What would Spock do: Is the idea that she’s unconscious from the fall or something? None of the other characters have their eyes closed?
Or when do the monsters call them by their real names? It’s essentially a developer joke of sorts, the sprites for chara are called chara, and obviously knowing that people would look at the game files it was put into and call it “the real name” as per the name easter Egg inserted it.
As for Frisk himself, they are the same person. They are only named at the end of the journey after completing the Frisk Pacifist Run. This is when Frisk separates completely from Chara and becomes her own character.
Betty describes Frisk as “kind and innocent,” but she breaks off when she finds out what they were likely doing in a riot on their genocidal route. While pretending to be a pacifist, Frisk tended to avoid hurting others and seemed to hate killing.
Although there is a lot of Frisk lore hidden in Undertale, the protagonist’s gender is never revealed, so fans are left to assume that Frisk is gender neutral.
Chara has taken care of her younger brother, Frisk, since they were little.
In Pacifist, we learn that the character we controlled is called Frisk, although it seems the player gave him the name we called Chara. In Genocide, we emerge as the chara that Frisk controls completely.
At the end of another Genocide ending: Chara calls himself “The demon that comes when people call his name.” It doesn’t matter when or where. They keep appearing and with the player’s help they will wipe out the enemy and grow strong.
Flowey is a fictional character and the main antagonist of the role-playing video game Undertale, developed by Toby Fox. He appears for most of the game in the form of a harmless, sentient flower with a sadistic and psychopathic personality.
Apparently, after realizing that buttercups are poisonous, they committed suicide by eating them. They did it so that Asriel could absorb her soul and cross her barrier to claim 6 more and free all monster types.
Similar to Frisk, Chara’s gender is ambiguous throughout Undertale. Many fans believe Fox decided not to over-gender Frisk or Chara to allow players of all persuasions to connect with the human characters in their RPG, but this has never been officially confirmed.
If the Pacifist Route is completed after selling the player’s soul to Chara, the ending will be permanently changed. Chara takes over the player’s body and is set to kill everyone. There is no way to wash away the consequences of the Genocide Route.