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7th Jan '17 7:44:30 PM Xelloss08
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* In ''Literature/VoidCity'', Eric transformed his adopted daughter Greta into a vampire so they could remain a family forever. Despite Greta turning into what anyone else would call an insane bloodthirsty monster (it turns out compulsive eaters don't make good vampires), they retain an unconditional familial love for one another. It's a notable exception to the general rule, as most other vampires in the series despise and try to destroy their sires.
31st Dec '16 2:38:08 AM Anddrix
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* Simon and Raphael seem to have at least some affection for each other in ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}''. Especially clear in the season one finale, as Raphael seems genuinely hurt when [[spoiler: Simon betrays him and the clan]]. Simon looks ashamed when confronted by Raphael, though at the time of writing, we don't know how this will affect season 2.

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%% * Simon and Raphael seem to have at least some affection for each other in ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}''. Especially clear in the season one finale, as Raphael seems genuinely hurt when [[spoiler: Simon betrays him and the clan]]. Simon looks ashamed when confronted by Raphael, though at the time of writing, we don't know how this will affect season 2.Raphael.
23rd Nov '16 6:07:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* This is pretty rampant in ''TheVampireChronicles'' in general, where many of the turned have relationships with their turner. For one particularly outstanding example, Lestat turned his human mother Gabrielle into a vampire and ''then'' they had a relationship. Vampiric incest indeed.

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* This is pretty rampant in ''TheVampireChronicles'' ''Literature/TheVampireChronicles'' in general, where many of the turned have relationships with their turner. For one particularly outstanding example, Lestat turned his human mother Gabrielle into a vampire and ''then'' they had a relationship. Vampiric incest indeed.
15th Oct '16 5:50:41 PM newblood75
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* Simon and Raphael seem to have at least some affection for each other in ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}''. Especially clear in the season one finale, as Raphael seems genuinely hurt when [[spoiler: Simon betrays him and the clan]]. Simon looks ashamed when confronted by Raphael, though at the time of writing, we don't know how this will affect season 2.
30th Aug '16 10:47:05 PM AtmosBlitzer
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Vampires are especially tempted to do this when their beloved is dying, either ''right now'' and only an EmergencyTransformation will save them; or else they fear being alone once old age runs its inevitable course for the mortal object of their affections.

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Vampires are especially tempted to do this when their beloved is dying, either ''right now'' and only an EmergencyTransformation will save them; or else they fear being alone once [[MayflyDecemberRomance old age runs its inevitable course for the mortal object of their affections.
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29th Aug '16 9:06:39 AM leraluna
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*** Marius' great love in his human life was Pandora, a girl 15 years him younger but when they met again after many years he's already a vampire and she has reached his human age. Since she has been fatally injured by one of his enemy, she has no choice but turning her into a vampire. The two lived together for about 200 years before a huge argument that kept them apart for 1400 years.
19th Aug '16 10:41:09 PM CharlesPhipps
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* A non-romantic example between Thoth and protagonist Peter Stone. Thoth created Peter as his ReplacementGoldfish for his dead human son while Peter had just lost his only living relative. The two generally get along great even if Peter resents Thoth's somewhat condescending and controlling manner. Tension in their relationship is more along the lines of money, career choices, and other things which would be in a mortal parent-child relationship.

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* A non-romantic example between Thoth and protagonist Peter Stone.Stone in ''Literature/StraightOuttaFangton''. Thoth created Peter as his ReplacementGoldfish for his dead human son while Peter had just lost his only living relative. The two generally get along great even if Peter resents Thoth's somewhat condescending and controlling manner. Tension in their relationship is more along the lines of money, career choices, and other things which would be in a mortal parent-child relationship.
19th Aug '16 10:39:57 PM CharlesPhipps
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* In Amelia Atwater-Rhodes' novel ''Demon In My View'', Aubrey turns Jessica, and there had been a growing attraction between them for much of the novel. After she turns, it's definitely implied that they get together.

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* In Amelia Atwater-Rhodes' novel ''Demon In My View'', Aubrey turns Jessica, and there had been a growing attraction between them for much of the novel. After she turns, it's definitely implied that they get together.


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* A non-romantic example between Thoth and protagonist Peter Stone. Thoth created Peter as his ReplacementGoldfish for his dead human son while Peter had just lost his only living relative. The two generally get along great even if Peter resents Thoth's somewhat condescending and controlling manner. Tension in their relationship is more along the lines of money, career choices, and other things which would be in a mortal parent-child relationship.
3rd Jun '16 3:29:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[Creator/ParkChanWook Park Chan Wook's]] ''Thirst'' plays up the WifeHusbandry aspect of this trope. The protagonist Sang-hyeon first feels drawn to Tae-ju out of sympathy, since her foster mother Mrs. Ra adopted her so she could raise her to be a wife to her son (and basically a slave to the both of them). Sang-hyeon later saves her life via an EmergencyTransformation, and there is the feeling that Tae-ju has merely gone from one relationship of quasi-incestuous dependency to another. Her feelings toward him [[IHateYouVampireDad begin to shift]] after her transformation.

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* [[Creator/ParkChanWook Park Chan Wook's]] ''Thirst'' Creator/ParkChanWook's ''Film/{{Thirst}}'' plays up the WifeHusbandry aspect of this trope. The protagonist Sang-hyeon first feels drawn to Tae-ju out of sympathy, since her foster mother Mrs. Ra adopted her so she could raise her to be a wife to her son (and basically a slave to the both of them). Sang-hyeon later saves her life via an EmergencyTransformation, and there is the feeling that Tae-ju has merely gone from one relationship of quasi-incestuous dependency to another. Her feelings toward him [[IHateYouVampireDad begin to shift]] after her transformation.
1st Jun '16 3:35:27 PM lavendermintrose
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* This, in platonic parent-child form, is important throughout ''Literature/TheSagaOfDarrenShan''books.
** One romantic example - [[spoiler: Mika]] and Arra, in [[Literature/TheSagaOfLartenCrepsley the prequels]], before she gets with Larten.
* This was intended in ''Literature/TheParasolProtectorate'' from Lord Akeldama to Biffy, [[spoiler: until the latter got [[EmergencyTransformation turned as a werewolf instead]]. Luckily, he ends up with another werewolf in a BetaCouple - literally.]]
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