The power to be or become a undead mutant. Variation of Mutated Monster Physiology and Undead Physiology. Opposite to Superior Undead Physiology. If the user loses their physical body, they gain Mutated Ghost Physiology.

Also Called

  • Corrupted/Deviated/Infected/Mutated Cadaver/Corpse/Undead/Undeath Physiology
  • Cadaver/Corpse/Necrotic/Undead/Undeath Abomination/Deviant/Freak/Infestation/Mutant Physiology
  • Necroabomination/Necrodeviant/Necrofreak/Necroinfestation/Necromutant Physiology
  • Unabomination/Undeviant/Unfreak/Uninfestation/Unmutant Physiology


The user is a undead that has been mutated into a monstrous aberration of what they should be. Their capabilities are much higher than normal undead and have been proven to be more resilient as well.




Types of Mutated Undead



  • Supernatural Hunters are more than capable to handle the undead.
  • May be difficult, or impossible to revert back to a normal form.
  • May need to consume living flesh, blood, life energy, etc. in order to survive.
  • May still decay and rot.
  • Motor skills may be impaired.
  • May be unable to heal injuries.
    • User may lose limbs or not have limbs.
  • Not feeling pain may not always be beneficial.
  • Certain undead may have a natural vulnerability to certain substances, forces, or items which they are powerless to defend against (I.E.-sunlight, silver, fire, salt, jade).
    • In some mythologies, salt can be used to force transformation from this state.
  • Damage to the brain may result in an instant kill, even in this form.
  • Dark Arts, Necromancy and other forms of Magic may be used to control the user.
  • May have unstable DNA.
  • Regular to Absolute Restoration can cure those that have been mutated into monsters, especially Physical Restoration, Biological Manipulation, Conversion Negation, and finally, DNA Restoration.
  • May be unable to revert to original form.
  • The user's mutated form may experience destabilization.

Known Users

  • Necro Gene Mutants (Mutants Genetic Gladiators)
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