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30th Dec '15 3:22:38 PM margdean56
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* In Victorian literature vampires were only slightly more creative with their aliases. ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' once went by "Draco", while ''Literature/{{Carmilla}}'' used at least two different anagrams of her real name of "Marcilla".
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* In Victorian literature vampires were only slightly more creative with their aliases. ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' once went by "Draco", while ''Literature/{{Carmilla}}'' used at least two different anagrams of her real name of "Marcilla"."Mircalla".
7th Nov '15 7:37:04 PM zarpaulus
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* In Victorian literature vampires were only slightly more creative with their aliases. ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' once went by "Draco", while ''Literature/{{Carmilla}}'' used at least two different anagrams of her real name of "Marcilla".
7th Nov '15 2:24:59 PM Jacob175
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* ''{{Hellsing}}'''s protagonist. [[spoiler:He's ''the'' Dracula]]. Him taking the name of Alucard is said to be a name given to him by a former Hellsing leader, specifically Arthur Hellsing, Integra's father.
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* ''{{Hellsing}}'''s ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'''s protagonist. [[spoiler:He's ''the'' Dracula]]. Him taking the name of Alucard is said to be a name given to him by a former Hellsing leader, specifically Arthur Hellsing, Integra's father.

* The [[UrExample original use]] of "Alucard" as a vampire's alias was in the 1943 film ''Film/SonOfDracula'', starring Lon Chaney, Jr.
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* The [[UrExample original use]] of "Alucard" as a vampire's alias was in the 1943 film ''Film/SonOfDracula'', starring Lon Chaney, Jr. It hits UnbuiltTrope territory in that every character in the movie figures out the obvious nature of the alias immediately.

* A vampire named "Alucard" also shows up on ''Series/{{Wizards of Waverly Place}}''.
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* A vampire named "Alucard" also shows up on ''Series/{{Wizards of Waverly Place}}''.''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace''.
8th Jun '15 4:37:42 AM jormis29
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[[folder: Western Animation ]] * In the animated Franchise/{{Batman}} movie ''WesternAnimation/TheBatmanVsDracula'', Dracula uses the false identity of "Mr. Alucard, anthropologist". It doesn't take that long for Bruce Wayne to see through this not-too-subtle disguise.
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[[folder: Western Animation ]] [[folder:Web Original]] * In the animated Franchise/{{Batman}} movie ''WesternAnimation/TheBatmanVsDracula'', Dracula uses the false identity of "Mr. Alucard, anthropologist". It doesn't take that long for Bruce Wayne to see through this not-too-subtle disguise. ''Blog/ThingsMrWelchIsNoLongerAllowedToDoInAnRPG'' -->1230. It's okay if you name your [[TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade Kin]][[TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem dred]] Alucard. But I still can't name my Garou Namflow.

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[[folder: Western Animation ]] [[folder:Western Animation]] * In the animated Franchise/{{Batman}} movie ''WesternAnimation/TheBatmanVsDracula'', Dracula uses the false identity of "Mr. Alucard, anthropologist". It doesn't take that long for Bruce Wayne to see through this not-too-subtle disguise. [[/folder]]
29th May '15 2:46:14 PM DannWoolf
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* ''{{Hellsing}}'''s protagonist. [[spoiler:He's the original Dracula]]. Him taking the name of Alucard is said to be a name given to him by a former Hellsing leader, specifically Arthur Hellsing, Integra's father.
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* ''{{Hellsing}}'''s protagonist. [[spoiler:He's the original ''the'' Dracula]]. Him taking the name of Alucard is said to be a name given to him by a former Hellsing leader, specifically Arthur Hellsing, Integra's father.
16th May '15 9:53:47 PM nombretomado
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* In the HammerHorror film ''Film/DraculaAD1972'' (1972), Dracula's minion is called Johnny Alucard. Dr. Van Helsing (Creator/PeterCushing) notices the anagram only by writing it and drawing lines.
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* In the HammerHorror Film/HammerHorror film ''Film/DraculaAD1972'' (1972), Dracula's minion is called Johnny Alucard. Dr. Van Helsing (Creator/PeterCushing) notices the anagram only by writing it and drawing lines.
8th Apr '15 4:41:52 PM WillKeaton
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* The TabletopGame/YuGiOh card game has [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Ghostrick_Alucard Ghostrick Alucard]], who's a FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire.
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* The TabletopGame/YuGiOh card game has [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Ghostrick_Alucard Ghostrick Alucard]], Alucard,]] who's a FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire.
3rd Feb '15 1:58:36 PM Jacob175
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* There is an Alucard present in ''RosarioToVampire'', though he is a [[EldritchAbomination massive, tentacled monstrosity]] that used to be a vampire before his immense power and hatred turned him into what he is now.
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* There is an Alucard present in ''RosarioToVampire'', ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'', though he is a [[EldritchAbomination massive, tentacled monstrosity]] that used to be a vampire before his immense power and hatred turned him into what he is now.

* A vampire named "Alucard" also shows up on ''{{Wizards of Waverly Place}}''.
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* A vampire named "Alucard" also shows up on ''{{Wizards ''Series/{{Wizards of Waverly Place}}''.

* Occurs in ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja'' with the real Dracula (although Doc notes that Ben Franklin's a moron to fall for that name). * In the webcomic ''EerieCuties'', teen vampire Layla Delacroix has the middle name Alucardia.
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* Occurs in ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja'' with the real Dracula (although Dracula. Doc notes thinks that Ben Franklin's a moron to fall for that name). name, complete with HeadDesk reaction. Although Doc later notes that the use of his most obvious pseudonym was most likely to ensure they went looking for him. * In the webcomic ''EerieCuties'', ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'', teen vampire Layla Delacroix has the middle name Alucardia.

* In the animated Franchise/{{Batman}} movie ''TheBatmanVsDracula'', Dracula uses the false identity of "Mr. Alucard, anthropologist". It doesn't take that long for Bruce Wayne to see through this not-too-subtle disguise.
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* In the animated Franchise/{{Batman}} movie ''TheBatmanVsDracula'', ''WesternAnimation/TheBatmanVsDracula'', Dracula uses the false identity of "Mr. Alucard, anthropologist". It doesn't take that long for Bruce Wayne to see through this not-too-subtle disguise.
19th Jan '15 6:01:58 PM Totema
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** In ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaLordsOfShadowMirrorOfFate'', Alucard is actually [[spoiler:Trevor Belmont]]. The name "Alucard" is a pseudonym that Dracula gives to him [[spoiler: after he dies by his hand. Dracula (who in this continuity is Gabriel Belmont, Trevor's father) chose it as Trevor had stated that they were "opposites", and he never actually learned Trevor's name before he died.]]
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** In ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaLordsOfShadowMirrorOfFate'', the ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaLordsOfShadow'' canon, Alucard is actually [[spoiler:Trevor Belmont]]. The name "Alucard" is a pseudonym that Dracula gives to him [[spoiler: after he dies by his hand. Dracula (who in this continuity is Gabriel Belmont, Trevor's father) chose it as Trevor had stated that they were "opposites", and he never actually learned Trevor's name before he died.]]
3rd Jan '15 8:55:53 PM TheGatekeeper
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* In ''The Lost Books'' series by Ted Dekker, there's a vampiric, bat-like demon named Alucard. He's said to be the inspiration for the Dracula legend.
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