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9th Jan '17 8:47:37 AM SeanMurrayI
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* One chapter of the ''[[ComicBook/TwoThousandAD 2000 AD]]'' strip "A Love Like Blood" features the vampire king Karkossa lounging in what appears to be a blood ''jacuzzi'' while also being fellated by female vampires.

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* One chapter of the ''[[ComicBook/TwoThousandAD 2000 AD]]'' strip "A Love Like Blood" features the vampire king Karkossa lounging in what appears to be a blood ''jacuzzi'' while also being fellated entertained by female vampires.
9th Jan '17 8:44:52 AM SeanMurrayI
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* ''Series/FromDuskTillDawn'' has [[AwesomeMcCoolName Santanico Pandemonium]] taking a bath in blood before she goes onstage.

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* ''Series/FromDuskTillDawn'' has [[AwesomeMcCoolName Santanico Pandemonium]] Pandemonium taking a bath in blood before she goes onstage.
9th Jan '17 8:32:54 AM SeanMurrayI
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A character, typically evil or sadistic, immersing oneself in a bathtub filled with blood. Often, any blood used for this purpose will be a type of AppliedPhlebotinum that is intended to cause some fantastic effect on the bather.

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A character, typically evil or sadistic, immersing oneself in a bathtub filled with blood. Often, Frequently, any blood used for this purpose will be a type of AppliedPhlebotinum that is intended to cause some fantastic effect on the bather.
9th Jan '17 8:29:56 AM SeanMurrayI
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Characters who bathe in blood often exhibit other qualities closely associated with [[{{Vampire}} vampirism]], especially when alluding to blood being rejuvenating or how they come to acquire their blood in the first place; BloodLust and [[FangsAreEvil fangs]] can be commonly noticed as well. In cases not involving outright vampiric entities, characters may be dabbling in TheDarkArts, especially BloodMagic. The trope itself can also follow the RuleOfSymbolism to deliver AnAesop about [[FairestOfThemAll the evils of vanity]] and ImmortalityImmorality.

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The trope can often follow the RuleOfSymbolism to deliver a moral tract about [[FairestOfThemAll the evils of vanity]] and ImmortalityImmorality.

Characters who bathe in blood often exhibit other qualities closely associated with [[{{Vampire}} vampirism]], especially when alluding to blood being rejuvenating or how they come to acquire their blood in the first place; BloodLust and [[FangsAreEvil fangs]] can be commonly noticed as well. In cases not involving outright vampiric entities, characters may be dabbling in TheDarkArts, especially BloodMagic. The trope itself can also follow the RuleOfSymbolism to deliver AnAesop about [[FairestOfThemAll the evils of vanity]] and ImmortalityImmorality.
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9th Jan '17 8:19:00 AM SeanMurrayI
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* In the "Children of the Priest" arc of ''Webcomic/SallyTheGhostHunter'', Sally faces off against the ghost of a SinisterMinister who kidnapped kids, murdered them and bathed in their blood in an attempt to become young again, in something of a nod to the Bathory legend.

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* In the "Children of the Priest" arc of ''Webcomic/SallyTheGhostHunter'', Sally faces off against the ghost of a SinisterMinister who kidnapped kids, murdered them them, and bathed in their blood in an attempt to become young again, in something of a nod to the Bathory legend.again.
9th Jan '17 4:47:37 AM Dravencour
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* In the "Children of the Priest" arc of ''Webcomic/SallyTheGhostHunter'', Sally faces off against the ghost of a SinisterMinister who kidnapped kids, murdered them and bathed in their blood in an attempt to become young again, in something of a nod to the Bathory legend.
4th Jan '17 8:12:13 PM SeanMurrayI
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* Gloria Tesch's ''Literature/MaradoniaSaga'' features a fabled "Pool of Blood", a lake of red water which renders anyone who bathes in it invulnerable to "the powers of darkness."
30th Dec '16 10:24:39 AM SeanMurrayI
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* In ''[[Literature/{{Dracula The Un-Dead}} Dracula: the Un-Dead]]'', John Seward, who suspects Elizabeth Bathory of being a vampire, witnesses her bathe in a young woman's blood.

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* In ''[[Literature/{{Dracula The Un-Dead}} Dracula: the The Un-Dead]]'', John Seward, who suspects Elizabeth Bathory of being a vampire, witnesses her bathe in a young woman's blood.
30th Dec '16 10:24:22 AM SeanMurrayI
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* In ''Literature/DraculaTheUndead'', John Seward, who suspects Elizabeth Bathory of being a vampire, witnesses her bathe in a young woman's blood.

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* In ''Literature/DraculaTheUndead'', ''[[Literature/{{Dracula The Un-Dead}} Dracula: the Un-Dead]]'', John Seward, who suspects Elizabeth Bathory of being a vampire, witnesses her bathe in a young woman's blood.
30th Dec '16 10:19:25 AM SeanMurrayI
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* In ''Literature/DraculaTheUnDead'', John Seward, who suspects Elizabeth Bathory of being a vampire, witnesses her bathe in a young woman's blood.

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* In ''Literature/DraculaTheUnDead'', ''Literature/DraculaTheUndead'', John Seward, who suspects Elizabeth Bathory of being a vampire, witnesses her bathe in a young woman's blood.
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