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24th Jan '17 5:17:13 AM Alasseo
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* Alex Schwartz in ''The Nightmare Stacks'' is a rather nervous and socially inept example, who treats his vampirism as the career and social-life impeding classified-under-the-Official-Secrets-Act disease it is in ''Literature/TheLaundrySeries''. Thankfully, mind-controlling glamours are off the table, mostly because Cassie is secretly an elf princess (and as such much better at them than Alex), although moral and ethical constraints, plus a desire not to be stuck with the paperwork at the inevitable subsequent inquiry also play a part.
27th Nov '16 1:04:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* Juliet van Heusen from ''WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' is a romantic vampire girl.
* Stefan and Damon Salvatore from ''TheVampireDiaries''. Both are romantic vampire boys or love interests for the heroine of the series, Elena.

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* Juliet van Heusen from ''WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' is a romantic vampire girl.
* Stefan and Damon Salvatore from ''TheVampireDiaries''.''Series/TheVampireDiaries''. Both are romantic vampire boys or love interests for the heroine of the series, Elena.
27th Nov '16 1:03:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* Currently the best-known example would be Edward Cullen of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' fame.
* Before Edward, we had ''Literature/TheSilverKiss'''s Simon.

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* Currently the best-known example would be Edward Cullen of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' fame.
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* Before Edward, we had ''Literature/TheSilverKiss'''s Simon.



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* The Music/CaptainBeefheart song "Making Love To A Vampire With A Monkey On My Knee" from Music/DocAtTheRadarStation.

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* The Music/CaptainBeefheart song "Making Love To A Vampire With A Monkey On My Knee" from Music/DocAtTheRadarStation.

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27th Nov '16 12:43:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* Graf von Krolock in ''TanzDerVampire'', for a given value of "romantic" and "boy". The heroine falls hard for him, he doesn't use mind control to get her to that point, but he's also far from young, physically speaking (let's not even get into his ''real'' age) and is torn between loving her back and seeing her as a Happy Meal.


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* Graf von Krolock in ''TanzDerVampire'', ''Theatre/TanzDerVampire'', for a given value of "romantic" and "boy". The heroine falls hard for him, he doesn't use mind control to get her to that point, but he's also far from young, physically speaking (let's not even get into his ''real'' age) and is torn between loving her back and seeing her as a Happy Meal.

3rd Sep '16 2:20:26 AM Spindriver
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* Currently the most well-known example would be Edward Cullen of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' fame.
* Before Edward, we had ''Literature/TheSilverKiss''s Simon.

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* Currently the most well-known best-known example would be Edward Cullen of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' fame.
* Before Edward, we had ''Literature/TheSilverKiss''s ''Literature/TheSilverKiss'''s Simon.



* Literature/{{Dracula}} is not an example, because Bram Stoker didn't find vampires romantic ''at all''. However, nearly every adaptation or sequel seems to have Drac PromotedToLoveInterest.

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* Literature/{{Dracula}} is not ''not'' an example, because Bram Stoker didn't find vampires romantic ''at all''. However, nearly every adaptation or sequel seems to have Drac PromotedToLoveInterest.
24th Aug '16 4:25:41 PM Theokal3
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* Parodied in ''TabletopGame/PrincessTheHopeful'', where [[WideEyedIdealist Princesses of Mirrors]] stereotypically divide [[TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem vampires]] in two categories: [[BeautyEqualsGoodness the ugly creatures of the night they need to banish and "the hot ones they can redeem".]] Ironically, this is exactly the opposite of the truth: the sexy [[HandsomeLeech Daeva]] tend to be morally corrupt vice-addicts, while the hideous Nosferatu and the shadowy Mekhet have a tendency to be the ''least'' evil vampires.

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* Parodied in ''TabletopGame/PrincessTheHopeful'', where [[WideEyedIdealist Princesses of Mirrors]] stereotypically divide [[TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem vampires]] in two categories: [[BeautyEqualsGoodness the ugly creatures of the night they need to banish and "the hot ones they can redeem".]] Ironically, this is exactly the opposite of the truth: the sexy [[HandsomeLeech [[HandsomeLech Daeva]] tend to be morally corrupt vice-addicts, while the hideous Nosferatu [[NightmareFace Nosferatu]] and the shadowy Mekhet [[DarkIsNotEvil Mekhet]] have a tendency to be the ''least'' evil vampires.
24th Aug '16 4:23:59 PM Theokal3
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* Parodied in ''TabletopGame/PrincessTheHopeful'', where [[WideEyedIdealist Princesses of Mirrors]] stereotypically divide [[TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem vampires]] in two categories: the ugly creatures of the night they need to banish and "the hot ones they can redeem". Ironically, this is exactly the opposite of the truth: the sexy Daeva tend to be morally corrupt vice-addicts, while the ugly Nosferatu and the shadowy Mekhet have a tendency to be the ''least'' evil vampires.

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* Parodied in ''TabletopGame/PrincessTheHopeful'', where [[WideEyedIdealist Princesses of Mirrors]] stereotypically divide [[TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem vampires]] in two categories: [[BeautyEqualsGoodness the ugly creatures of the night they need to banish and "the hot ones they can redeem". redeem".]] Ironically, this is exactly the opposite of the truth: the sexy Daeva [[HandsomeLeech Daeva]] tend to be morally corrupt vice-addicts, while the ugly hideous Nosferatu and the shadowy Mekhet have a tendency to be the ''least'' evil vampires.
24th Aug '16 4:22:39 PM Theokal3
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* Parodied in ''TabletopGame/PrincessTheHopeful'', where [[WideEyedIdealist Princesses of Mirrors]] stereotypically divide [[TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem vampires]] in two categories: the ugly creatures of the night they need to banish and "the hot ones they can redeem". Ironically, this is exactly the opposite of the truth: the sexy Daeva tend to be morally corrupt vice-addicts, while the ugly Nosferatu and the shadowy Mekhet have a tendency to be the ''least'' evil vampires.
19th Aug '16 9:18:54 PM CharlesPhipps
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* The concept is mocked mercilessly in ''Literature/StraightOuttaFangton'' where Peter Stone points out being a vampire doesn't make you inherently more sexy and actually sexy vampires tend to have been that way in life. Also, any romance from a dark brooding predator with mind-control powers should be inherently suspect. The subversion is somewhat zig-zagged when we meet Peter's creator, Thoth, who is an example of VampiresAreSexGods.
9th Aug '16 2:58:53 PM CharlesPhipps
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* Notably inverted by ''ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'' who seems like she would be the romantic interest of the book but as the star is actually in love with VampireHunter Adam Van Helsing. Later, she would hook up with Tristan the Werewolf whose condition allows him all the reluctant monster tragedy of the trope.







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* Becomes the case in ''Literature/TheSupervillainySaga'' with Gary and his wife Mandy. [[spoiler: Mandy becomes a vampire rather than Gary, much to the supervillain's simultaneous pleasure and annoyance. On one hand, it's amazingly cool, but on the other there's a lot more trouble to being a vampire than Hollywood typically proposes.]]
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