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"Monster Princess" Goddess Glasses (怪人姫メガネメガミ, Kaijin Ki Megane Megami) was a Demon-level Mysterious Being and a member of the Monster Association. She claims to have nine hundred and ninety-nine love slaves.

AppearanceEdit

Goddess Glasses is a monster that resembles a human female. She wears heart-shaped glasses and a black dress.

PersonalityEdit

Goddess Glasses desires to become the planet's queen through the use of her mind control. It can be inferred that she prefers being in control and that she has great confidence in her abilities as she has already controlled 999 previous love slaves. 

PlotEdit

Human Monster SagaEdit

Monster Association ArcEdit

Goddess Glasses fights Sweet Mask and attempts to make him her 1000th love slave but fails and is defeated by him.

Abilities & PowersEdit

As a high-ranked member of the Monster Association and a Demon-level Mysterious Being, Goddess Glasses is an extremely powerful being.

Supernatural AbilitiesEdit

Mind Manipulation: Goddess Glasses possesses the ability to project a beam, which is capable of turning her targets into love slaves regardless of their strength who serve her immediately afterward.

Fighting StylesEdit

Hypnosis: Goddess Glasses uses her beams in combat to hypnotize her opponents.

  • Brain Wash Heart Beam (洗脳ハートビーム, Sen'nō Hāto Bīmu): Goddess Glasses uses a beam that is able to turn anyone into a love slave and worked against 999 people seemingly without fail. However this ability has its limitations as it was not capable bring people such as Sweet Mask under its influence.

EquipmentEdit

  • Glasses: Goddess Glasses uses her heart shaped glasses to take control of other people.

Major BattlesEdit

Participants Chapter(s) Episode(s) Result
Goddess Glasses vs. Sweet Mask None None Loss

Trivia Edit

  • Goddess Glasses was a design from another mangaka back when ONE was still unemployed. That is the reason why they cannot be used in the redrawn version and instead replaced by Do-S.

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