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Undead Emotion Experiment is a form of experimentation conducted by Albedo.


It was said that the undead could be divided into those who could feel strong emotions and those who could not. In order to ascertain this piece of information, Albedo had taken it upon herself to experimentally investigate the matter.


Albedo gathered superior undead mercenary monsters, undead created by Ainz Ooal Gown’s skills, as well as automatically spawned lesser undead generated by Nazarick in order to collect various data from all of them. An NPC like Yuri Alpha had also taken part in that experiment too.

However, since these experiments had begun with a special experiment just for Shalltear Bloodfallen, it has sparked a great uproar between the two Floor Guardians that soon spiraled out of control.


Due to an ensuing conflict that occurred between Albedo and Shalltear, this experiment was terminated with no definite findings acquired in the end. According to Albedo, it was hard to reach a conclusion due to the lack of information on the superior undead beings in the New World, so the experiment had been temporarily put on hold.


  • Demiurge had noted that if this experiment had been conducted elsewhere in a different location, perhaps it might allow the undead to actually feel strong emotions.[1]


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