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{{Infobox character|name = {{PAGENAME}}|image = No-image-available-hi.png|title = Madame Florbelle|gender = Female|race = Human|status = Deceased|location = [[Cabinet of Perturbation]] [[Florbelle Estate]]}}'''Madame Florbelle''' is the mother of [[Justine Florbelle]] and a minor character in [[Amnesia: Justine|''Amnesia: Justine'']]''. ''she is mentioned by [[Justine Florbelle|Justine]]'s [[Notes (Justine)|Notes]] in the [[Cabinet of Perturbation]] during the gameplay.
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{{Infobox character|name = {{PAGENAME}}|image = Amnesia-crypt-05.jpg|title = Madame Florbelle|gender = Female|race = Human|status = Deceased|location = [[Cabinet of Perturbation]] [[Florbelle Estate]]|caption = Statue of Justine's mother.}}'''Madame Florbelle''' is the mother of [[Justine Florbelle]] and a minor character in [[Amnesia: Justine|''Amnesia: Justine'']]''. ''she is mentioned by [[Justine Florbelle|Justine]]'s [[Notes (Justine)|Notes]] in the [[Cabinet of Perturbation]] during the gameplay.
   
 
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== Background ==

Revision as of 20:08, June 27, 2015

Madame Florbelle
Amnesia-crypt-05
Statue of Justine's mother.
Gender Female
Status Deceased

Madame Florbelle is the mother of Justine Florbelle and a minor character in Amnesia: Justine. she is mentioned by Justine's Notes in the Cabinet of Perturbation during the gameplay.

Background

She was born in Paris, France in 1806. She later married Monsieur Florbelle. She gave birth to Justine Florbelle in 1828. Monsieur mentions that her beauty was blinding.

Information

Madame was pronounced dead prior to Justine's birth. A hidden note in the Crypt states "You see, his wife had died while giving birth to his son". This implies that Justine could have had a brother, or she is transgender.

Trivia

  • The statue in the Crypt was used as a monument to her for where she was buried.
    • This same statue was later intended to be used in the main game, in the area of the Cells, where Daniel would awaken in the Crypt, and this specific statue would be a monument to Alexander's "love".
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