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Judge Claude Frollo
Origin The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
Alias Minister Frollo
Type Somebody
Role World Villain
Age AT LEAST 60 (if not older...)
Home World Sanctified Citadel
Family Quasimodo (Adopted)
Weapon None
Attribute None
Status Dead

Judge Claude Frollo is a villain encountered by Lily Marina, Anthony DiNotte, and Alexis LaReine during their time in Sanctified Citadel. He tries his hardest to eliminate each and every protagonist he comes across, though he is ultimately unsuccessful.


Frollo is a cold, distant, and amoral person; he has no qualms about eliminating anyone or anything that might possibly get in his way. The only time he has ever showed anything close to humanity is when he took in the orphaned Quasimodo (after slaying the baby's mother and almost throwing him into a well), though even then, that was more to save his own soul than for Quasimodo (a name which Frollo gave to be cruel, and means "half formed"). For twenty years, Frollo torments the boy psychologically by telling him as often as possible of his many flaws appearance-wise. Despite having such a kind "son", Frollo remains evil and set in his goal to erradicate the gypsies.


When Esmerelda the Gypsy taunts him and defies his orders, Frollo targets her specifically for his wrath. After burning almost half the town, he finally catches Esmerelda, as well as Captain Phoebus, Quasimodo, and Lily (whom he recognizes as a friend of Alex (who also defied him earlier) by her Keyblade). In the end though, it is his untamed malice which is his undoing; whilst preparing to kill Esmerelda (and Quasimodo in the process), his hatred brings the gargoyle he's standing atop on the side of the cathedral to life as an Unversed, which then dislodges and sends him plunging to his demise.


  • "Mark my words, Gypsy, you will pay for this insolence!" - To Esmerelda
  • "God have mercy on me for my unholy pact..." - To himself on using the Unversed
  • "For justice, for our city, and for her own salvation, it is my sacred duty to send this unholy demoness... back where she belongs!" - To crowd as he prepares to burn Esmerelda at the stake
  • "And he shall smite the wicked and plunge them into the fiery Pit!" - About to kill Esmerelda and Quasimodo

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