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''The Tumbleweed Dossier'' is an omnibus novel written by SugarRayDodge written and re-written in two {{story arcs}}. First is ''The Tumbleweed Dossier'', the original 2008 novel, and second, a trilogy of novelettes called ''Paranormal Investigations'', written from 2009 through 2011. The complete omnibus was published in March 2012. It is a CrossoverCosmology work that deals primarily with vampires, alien abductions, and Ancient Egypt. It is also an AffectionateParody of ''Series/TheXFiles''.

It’s time for full disclosure! Due to the highly publicized nature of the events that took place in Tumbleweed, Texas, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has commissioned this report. The author has been granted full access to the Tumbleweed dossier, interviewed all surviving key individuals, and written this objective novelization of what happened. Subject 1: Special Agent Stanley B. Goode, FBI. Lead investigator into the disappearance of Daisy Dotson. Subject 2: Special Agent Kimberly Hart, FBI. Agent Goode’s partner on the case who may have ulterior motives. Subject 3: Daisy Dotson, High School Student. Daughter of oil tycoon, Arnold Dotson. Mysteriously disappeared after the prom. Subject 4: Dr. Ronnie James “RJ” Wiley, DDS. Dentist with a practice in Tumbleweed, expert in all things paranormal. Within these pages you will discover the truth about vampires, aliens, and unidentified flying objects.

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!! This book contains examples of:

* AgentMulder and AgentScully: Inverted with Stan and Kim.
* ActionGirl: Kim and Daisy.
* AlienAbduction: Wiley, Daisy [[spoiler: and Kim.]]
* AliensAndMonsters: The premise of the entire book.
* AnalProbing: Wiley, played for laughs.
* AnimalMotif: Vampires can elect to turn into a non-human beast of their choice. While there are many vampires in the book, [[spoiler: Stan, Kim, Xenu and Freddy Johnson are all vampires by book's end,)]] only a handful reveal their preferred beast form. [[spoiler: Daisy and Douglas prefer coyotes, yellow and red respectively. Xenu elects to turn into an unknown alien-demon spawn to hunt his prey in Tumbleweed. Pickwick and Charlie Castro's beast forms are consistent with their Egyptian God counterparts, Anubis/Jackal and Sobek/Alligator respectively. Kim's invokes her beast form when encountering Pickwick in New York City, but her exact form is unspecified in the text. Stan, Felix, Freddy Johnson, Lovely Wife, and Arnold and Anna Dotson do not invoke their beast forms during the narrative, so their preferencess are unknowable at this time.]]
* AffectionateParody: ''Series/TheXFiles'' and, arguably, ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''.
* BackFromTheDead: Every. Single. Vampire.
* CameBackWrong: [[spoiler: Xenu, Osiris and Isis.]]
* CameFromTheSky: [[spoiler: When the flying saucer crashes in Tumbleweed.]]
* CrossoverCosmology: Vampires, Ufology, EgyptianMythology
* ClassicalMovieVampire: Arnold Dotson, however he is not evil.
* FullyEmbracedFiend: Douglas [[spoiler: and Charlie.]]
* EgyptianMythology: [[spoiler: Pickwick, Charlie, Curtis, Reno and Rude, Freddy Johnson and Lovely Wife.]]
* ElvisLives: [[spoiler: Felix.]]
* EvilOverlord: [[spoiler: Freddy Johnson as Osiris.]]
* HolyBurnsEvil: Most notably Daisy.
* FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire: The Dotsons. See also: VampiresAreRich.
* TheGreys: Except they are green.
* JackBauerInterrogationTechnique: Don't Taze Me, Bro. [[spoiler: Stan with Wiley.]]
* LemonyNarrator
* LiteraryAllusionTitle
** The Tumbleweed Dossier
*** Act One: Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity (FBI Motto)
*** Act Two: All Creatures Of Our God And King (Hymn)
*** Act Three: [[BillyJoel Movin' Out (Wiley's Song)]]
*** Act Four: [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker In The Pale Moonlight]]
*** Act Five: [[BarackObama The Audacity Of Hope And Change]]
** Paranormal Investigations
*** Act Six: Fallen From Graceland (Richie Sambora Song)
*** Act Seven: Naked Came the Alligators (NakedCameTheStranger and NakedCameTheManatee)
*** Act Eight: [[Creator/HPLovecraft Out Of The Aeons]]
* LongLostRelative - [[spoiler: Kim and Daisy are sisters.]] It is also strongly implied that [[spoiler: Anna Dotson is the sister of Tandy Kringle from Literature/SonOfSanta, which would make Daisy and Douglas the adoptive cousins of Jack, Dale and Lucy Kringle.]]
* TheMenInBlack: Reno and Rude
** [[spoiler: Inverted at the end of the book. Stan, Kim and Daisy are identified as the first three members of the FBI's new Paranormal Investigations section. Their personalities are anything but those of the stereotypical Men in Black.]]
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler: Wiley.]]
* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Vampires in The Tumbleweed Dossier differ greatly from those found in much of contemporary popular culture. The author's primary influences for these vampires were VarneyTheVampire, Literature/{{Dracula}}, Franchise/{{Castlevania}} and BloodsuckingFiends. Literature/{{Twilight}} also played a significant role in the creation of characters as it is mentioned by name in the text itself, presumably because the author was writing away from the vampires introduced by Stephanie Meyer. Examples:
** Vampires are able to tolerate and function in daylight as regular human beings.
** Lycanthropy is not limited to bats, but to any creature the vampire chooses. They can also turn into fog.
** The possess superhuman strength, but not superhuman speed.
** [[spoiler: They can breathe fire for some unknown reason.]]
** They can only drink the blood of their own species, rendering the concept of VegetarianVampire impractical.
** Someone can become a vampire in only two ways. [[spoiler: 1) They are cursed with The Curse of the Vampire, which forbids the soul from received final judgment in Heaven, forcing it to return to its dead body, which will require the blood of the living to restore its strength and vitality. 2) Being infected with vampire venom through a bite. The latter is used with extreme caution as to not wildly increase the vampire population, which is why most victims have their veins sucked dry.]]
** A vampire can only be killed by decapitation with a blade of pure silver.
** A vampire cannot commit suicide.
* ReassignedToAntarctica: Stan, only to FBI Headquarters. See also: TheScapegoat
* Red Shirt: Filbert, Leslie, [[spoiler: Vargas and Andrew. Averted with Greasy Tim and Fat Pete.]]
* RoswellThatEndsWell: [[spoiler: Tumbleweed becomes a new hotspot for UFO nuts after the release of the eponymous Tumbleweed Dossier.]]
* VampireMonarch: Arnold Dotson [[spoiler: and Freddy Johnson (as Osiris.)]]
* StagesOfMonsterGrief: [[spoiler: Felix and Stan.]]
* TakeThat: [[spoiler: Freddy Johnson as BarackObama.]] See also: AuthorFilibuster.
* WasOnceAMan: All vampires [[spoiler: except Xenu, who was an alien.]]
* YourVampiresSuck: Literature/{{Twilight}}

!! Allusions and References

* TheXFiles: Tumbleweed as a whole is an AffectionateParody of the television show. [[spoiler: The first half of the borrows various elements from the episodes Pilot, Duane Barry, Ascension and Bad Blood.]]

* Character Names
** Stan - JohnnyBGoode
** Kim - MightyMorphinPowerRangers
** Daisy - SuperMarioLand
** Wiley - VideoGame/MegaMan
** Walsh - AmericasMostWanted
** Xenu - Scientology
** Reno and Rude – VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII
** Cossack – VideoGame/MegaMan
** Pickwick – ''Literature/ThePickwickPapers''
** The Fitzpatricks – WesternAnimation/DuckTales
** Blandford - Podcast/RiffTrax

* Character Inspirations
** Arnold Dotson – Franchise/{{Castlevania}} (Dracula)
** Freddy Johnson – [[spoiler: BarackObama]]
** Lovely Wife - [[spoiler: Michelle Obama]]
** Felix – [[spoiler: ElvisPresley]]
** Curtis – MortalKombat (Quan Chi)
** Greasy Tim and Fat Pete – LooseChange

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''The Tumbleweed Dossier'' is an omnibus novel written by SugarRayDodge written and re-written in two {{story arcs}}. First is ''The Tumbleweed Dossier'', the original 2008 novel, and second, a trilogy of novelettes called ''Paranormal Investigations'', written from 2009 through 2011. The complete omnibus was published in March 2012. It is a CrossoverCosmology work that deals primarily with vampires, alien abductions, and Ancient Egypt. It is also an AffectionateParody of ''Series/TheXFiles''.

It’s time for full disclosure! Due to the highly publicized nature of the events that took place in Tumbleweed, Texas, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has commissioned this report. The author has been granted full access to the Tumbleweed dossier, interviewed all surviving key individuals, and written this objective novelization of what happened. Subject 1: Special Agent Stanley B. Goode, FBI. Lead investigator into the disappearance of Daisy Dotson. Subject 2: Special Agent Kimberly Hart, FBI. Agent Goode’s partner on the case who may have ulterior motives. Subject 3: Daisy Dotson, High School Student. Daughter of oil tycoon, Arnold Dotson. Mysteriously disappeared after the prom. Subject 4: Dr. Ronnie James “RJ” Wiley, DDS. Dentist with a practice in Tumbleweed, expert in all things paranormal. Within these pages you will discover the truth about vampires, aliens, and unidentified flying objects.

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!! This book contains examples of:

* AgentMulder and AgentScully: Inverted with Stan and Kim.
* ActionGirl: Kim and Daisy.
* AlienAbduction: Wiley, Daisy [[spoiler: and Kim.]]
* AliensAndMonsters: The premise of the entire book.
* AnalProbing: Wiley, played for laughs.
* AnimalMotif: Vampires can elect to turn into a non-human beast of their choice. While there are many vampires in the book, [[spoiler: Stan, Kim, Xenu and Freddy Johnson are all vampires by book's end,)]] only a handful reveal their preferred beast form. [[spoiler: Daisy and Douglas prefer coyotes, yellow and red respectively. Xenu elects to turn into an unknown alien-demon spawn to hunt his prey in Tumbleweed. Pickwick and Charlie Castro's beast forms are consistent with their Egyptian God counterparts, Anubis/Jackal and Sobek/Alligator respectively. Kim's invokes her beast form when encountering Pickwick in New York City, but her exact form is unspecified in the text. Stan, Felix, Freddy Johnson, Lovely Wife, and Arnold and Anna Dotson do not invoke their beast forms during the narrative, so their preferencess are unknowable at this time.]]
* AffectionateParody: ''Series/TheXFiles'' and, arguably, ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''.
* BackFromTheDead: Every. Single. Vampire.
* CameBackWrong: [[spoiler: Xenu, Osiris and Isis.]]
* CameFromTheSky: [[spoiler: When the flying saucer crashes in Tumbleweed.]]
* CrossoverCosmology: Vampires, Ufology, EgyptianMythology
* ClassicalMovieVampire: Arnold Dotson, however he is not evil.
* FullyEmbracedFiend: Douglas [[spoiler: and Charlie.]]
* EgyptianMythology: [[spoiler: Pickwick, Charlie, Curtis, Reno and Rude, Freddy Johnson and Lovely Wife.]]
* ElvisLives: [[spoiler: Felix.]]
* EvilOverlord: [[spoiler: Freddy Johnson as Osiris.]]
* HolyBurnsEvil: Most notably Daisy.
* FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire: The Dotsons. See also: VampiresAreRich.
* TheGreys: Except they are green.
* JackBauerInterrogationTechnique: Don't Taze Me, Bro. [[spoiler: Stan with Wiley.]]
* LemonyNarrator
* LiteraryAllusionTitle
** The Tumbleweed Dossier
*** Act One: Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity (FBI Motto)
*** Act Two: All Creatures Of Our God And King (Hymn)
*** Act Three: [[BillyJoel Movin' Out (Wiley's Song)]]
*** Act Four: [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker In The Pale Moonlight]]
*** Act Five: [[BarackObama The Audacity Of Hope And Change]]
** Paranormal Investigations
*** Act Six: Fallen From Graceland (Richie Sambora Song)
*** Act Seven: Naked Came the Alligators (NakedCameTheStranger and NakedCameTheManatee)
*** Act Eight: [[Creator/HPLovecraft Out Of The Aeons]]
* LongLostRelative - [[spoiler: Kim and Daisy are sisters.]] It is also strongly implied that [[spoiler: Anna Dotson is the sister of Tandy Kringle from Literature/SonOfSanta, which would make Daisy and Douglas the adoptive cousins of Jack, Dale and Lucy Kringle.]]
* TheMenInBlack: Reno and Rude
** [[spoiler: Inverted at the end of the book. Stan, Kim and Daisy are identified as the first three members of the FBI's new Paranormal Investigations section. Their personalities are anything but those of the stereotypical Men in Black.]]
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler: Wiley.]]
* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Vampires in The Tumbleweed Dossier differ greatly from those found in much of contemporary popular culture. The author's primary influences for these vampires were VarneyTheVampire, Literature/{{Dracula}}, Franchise/{{Castlevania}} and BloodsuckingFiends. Literature/{{Twilight}} also played a significant role in the creation of characters as it is mentioned by name in the text itself, presumably because the author was writing away from the vampires introduced by Stephanie Meyer. Examples:
** Vampires are able to tolerate and function in daylight as regular human beings.
** Lycanthropy is not limited to bats, but to any creature the vampire chooses. They can also turn into fog.
** The possess superhuman strength, but not superhuman speed.
** [[spoiler: They can breathe fire for some unknown reason.]]
** They can only drink the blood of their own species, rendering the concept of VegetarianVampire impractical.
** Someone can become a vampire in only two ways. [[spoiler: 1) They are cursed with The Curse of the Vampire, which forbids the soul from received final judgment in Heaven, forcing it to return to its dead body, which will require the blood of the living to restore its strength and vitality. 2) Being infected with vampire venom through a bite. The latter is used with extreme caution as to not wildly increase the vampire population, which is why most victims have their veins sucked dry.]]
** A vampire can only be killed by decapitation with a blade of pure silver.
** A vampire cannot commit suicide.
* ReassignedToAntarctica: Stan, only to FBI Headquarters. See also: TheScapegoat
* Red Shirt: Filbert, Leslie, [[spoiler: Vargas and Andrew. Averted with Greasy Tim and Fat Pete.]]
* RoswellThatEndsWell: [[spoiler: Tumbleweed becomes a new hotspot for UFO nuts after the release of the eponymous Tumbleweed Dossier.]]
* VampireMonarch: Arnold Dotson [[spoiler: and Freddy Johnson (as Osiris.)]]
* StagesOfMonsterGrief: [[spoiler: Felix and Stan.]]
* TakeThat: [[spoiler: Freddy Johnson as BarackObama.]] See also: AuthorFilibuster.
* WasOnceAMan: All vampires [[spoiler: except Xenu, who was an alien.]]
* YourVampiresSuck: Literature/{{Twilight}}

!! Allusions and References

* TheXFiles: Tumbleweed as a whole is an AffectionateParody of the television show. [[spoiler: The first half of the borrows various elements from the episodes Pilot, Duane Barry, Ascension and Bad Blood.]]

* Character Names
** Stan - JohnnyBGoode
** Kim - MightyMorphinPowerRangers
** Daisy - SuperMarioLand
** Wiley - VideoGame/MegaMan
** Walsh - AmericasMostWanted
** Xenu - Scientology
** Reno and Rude – VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII
** Cossack – VideoGame/MegaMan
** Pickwick – ''Literature/ThePickwickPapers''
** The Fitzpatricks – WesternAnimation/DuckTales
** Blandford - Podcast/RiffTrax

* Character Inspirations
** Arnold Dotson – Franchise/{{Castlevania}} (Dracula)
** Freddy Johnson – [[spoiler: BarackObama]]
** Lovely Wife - [[spoiler: Michelle Obama]]
** Felix – [[spoiler: ElvisPresley]]
** Curtis – MortalKombat (Quan Chi)
** Greasy Tim and Fat Pete – LooseChange
[[redirect:Literature/TheTumbleweedDossier]]
15th Mar '14 6:39:38 AM SeptimusHeap
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* LongLostRelative - [[spoiler: Kim and Daisy are sisters.]] It is also strongly implied that [[spoiler: Anna Dotson is the sister of Tandy Kringle from SonOfSanta, which would make Daisy and Douglas the adoptive cousins of Jack, Dale and Lucy Kringle.]]

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* LongLostRelative - [[spoiler: Kim and Daisy are sisters.]] It is also strongly implied that [[spoiler: Anna Dotson is the sister of Tandy Kringle from SonOfSanta, Literature/SonOfSanta, which would make Daisy and Douglas the adoptive cousins of Jack, Dale and Lucy Kringle.]]
12th Feb '14 12:13:31 AM erforce
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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Vampires in The Tumbleweed Dossier differ greatly from those found in much of contemporary popular culture. The author's primary influences for these vampires were VarneyTheVampire, Literature/{{Dracula}}, VideoGame/{{Castlevania}} and BloodsuckingFiends. Literature/{{Twilight}} also played a significant role in the creation of characters as it is mentioned by name in the text itself, presumably because the author was writing away from the vampires introduced by Stephanie Meyer. Examples:

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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Vampires in The Tumbleweed Dossier differ greatly from those found in much of contemporary popular culture. The author's primary influences for these vampires were VarneyTheVampire, Literature/{{Dracula}}, VideoGame/{{Castlevania}} Franchise/{{Castlevania}} and BloodsuckingFiends. Literature/{{Twilight}} also played a significant role in the creation of characters as it is mentioned by name in the text itself, presumably because the author was writing away from the vampires introduced by Stephanie Meyer. Examples:



** Arnold Dotson – VideoGame/{{Castlevania}} (Dracula)

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** Arnold Dotson – VideoGame/{{Castlevania}} Franchise/{{Castlevania}} (Dracula)
2nd Oct '13 3:18:49 PM DougSMachina
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* AffectionateParody: TheXFiles and arguably Literature/{{Twilight}}.

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* AffectionateParody: TheXFiles and arguably Literature/{{Twilight}}.''Series/TheXFiles'' and, arguably, ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''.
2nd Oct '13 3:18:13 PM DougSMachina
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'''''The Tumbleweed Dossier''''' is an omnibus novel written by '''SugarRayDodge''' that splits into two story arcs. The first being ''The Tumbleweed Dossier'', the original 2008 novel. The second being a trilogy of novelettes called ''Paranormal Investigations'', written from 2009 through 2011. The complete omnibus was published in March 2012. It is a CrossoverCosmology work that deals primarily with vampires, alien abductions, and Ancient Egypt. It is also an AffectionateParody of TheXFiles.

!! Plot Synopsis

* It’s time for full disclosure! Due to the highly publicized nature of the events that took place in Tumbleweed, Texas, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has commissioned this report. The author has been granted full access to the Tumbleweed dossier, interviewed all surviving key individuals, and written this objective novelization of what happened. Subject 1: Special Agent Stanley B. Goode, FBI. Lead investigator into the disappearance of Daisy Dotson. Subject 2: Special Agent Kimberly Hart, FBI. Agent Goode’s partner on the case who may have ulterior motives. Subject 3: Daisy Dotson, High School Student. Daughter of oil tycoon, Arnold Dotson. Mysteriously disappeared after the prom. Subject 4: Dr. Ronnie James “RJ” Wiley, DDS. Dentist with a practice in Tumbleweed, expert in all things paranormal. Within these pages you will discover the truth about vampires, aliens, and unidentified flying objects.

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'''''The ''The Tumbleweed Dossier''''' Dossier'' is an omnibus novel written by '''SugarRayDodge''' that splits into SugarRayDodge written and re-written in two story arcs. The first being {{story arcs}}. First is ''The Tumbleweed Dossier'', the original 2008 novel. The second being novel, and second, a trilogy of novelettes called ''Paranormal Investigations'', written from 2009 through 2011. The complete omnibus was published in March 2012. It is a CrossoverCosmology work that deals primarily with vampires, alien abductions, and Ancient Egypt. It is also an AffectionateParody of TheXFiles.

!! Plot Synopsis

*
''Series/TheXFiles''.

It’s time for full disclosure! Due to the highly publicized nature of the events that took place in Tumbleweed, Texas, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has commissioned this report. The author has been granted full access to the Tumbleweed dossier, interviewed all surviving key individuals, and written this objective novelization of what happened. Subject 1: Special Agent Stanley B. Goode, FBI. Lead investigator into the disappearance of Daisy Dotson. Subject 2: Special Agent Kimberly Hart, FBI. Agent Goode’s partner on the case who may have ulterior motives. Subject 3: Daisy Dotson, High School Student. Daughter of oil tycoon, Arnold Dotson. Mysteriously disappeared after the prom. Subject 4: Dr. Ronnie James “RJ” Wiley, DDS. Dentist with a practice in Tumbleweed, expert in all things paranormal. Within these pages you will discover the truth about vampires, aliens, and unidentified flying objects.
18th Jan '13 1:02:34 PM nombretomado
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** The Fitzpatricks – DuckTales

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** The Fitzpatricks – DuckTalesWesternAnimation/DuckTales
30th Aug '12 1:55:26 AM FELH2
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*** Act Four: [[TheJoker In The Pale Moonlight]]

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*** Act Four: [[TheJoker [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker In The Pale Moonlight]]
5th Aug '12 6:16:32 AM FELH2
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* AffectionateParody: TheXFiles and arguably {{Literature/Twilight}}.

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* AffectionateParody: TheXFiles and arguably {{Literature/Twilight}}.Literature/{{Twilight}}.



*** Act Eight: [[HPLovecraft Out Of The Aeons]]

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*** Act Eight: [[HPLovecraft [[Creator/HPLovecraft Out Of The Aeons]]



* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Vampires in The Tumbleweed Dossier differ greatly from those found in much of contemporary popular culture. The author's primary influences for these vampires were VarneyTheVampire, {{Literature/Dracula}}, {{VideoGame/Castlevania}} and BloodsuckingFiends. {{Literature/Twilight}} also played a significant role in the creation of characters as it is mentioned by name in the text itself, presumably because the author was writing away from the vampires introduced by Stephanie Meyer. Examples:

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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Vampires in The Tumbleweed Dossier differ greatly from those found in much of contemporary popular culture. The author's primary influences for these vampires were VarneyTheVampire, {{Literature/Dracula}}, {{VideoGame/Castlevania}} Literature/{{Dracula}}, VideoGame/{{Castlevania}} and BloodsuckingFiends. {{Literature/Twilight}} Literature/{{Twilight}} also played a significant role in the creation of characters as it is mentioned by name in the text itself, presumably because the author was writing away from the vampires introduced by Stephanie Meyer. Examples:



** Reno and Rude – FinalFantasyVII

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** Reno and Rude – FinalFantasyVIIVideoGame/FinalFantasyVII



** Blandford - RiffTrax

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** Blandford - RiffTrax
Podcast/RiffTrax
14th Jul '12 2:49:46 AM LordGro
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'''TheTumbleweedDossier''' is an omnibus novel written by '''SugarRayDodge''' that splits into two story arcs. The first being ''The Tumbleweed Dossier'', the original 2008 novel. The second being a trilogy of novelettes called ''Paranormal Investigations'', written from 2009 through 2011. The complete omnibus was published in March 2012. It is a CrossoverCosmology work that deals primarily with vampires, alien abductions, and Ancient Egypt. It is also an AffectionateParody of TheXFiles.

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'''TheTumbleweedDossier''' '''''The Tumbleweed Dossier''''' is an omnibus novel written by '''SugarRayDodge''' that splits into two story arcs. The first being ''The Tumbleweed Dossier'', the original 2008 novel. The second being a trilogy of novelettes called ''Paranormal Investigations'', written from 2009 through 2011. The complete omnibus was published in March 2012. It is a CrossoverCosmology work that deals primarily with vampires, alien abductions, and Ancient Egypt. It is also an AffectionateParody of TheXFiles.



** Pickwick – ThePickwickPapers

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** Pickwick – ThePickwickPapers''Literature/ThePickwickPapers''
19th May '12 3:09:48 PM EarlOfSandvich
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** Arnold Dotson – {{Castlevania}} (Dracula)

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** Arnold Dotson – {{Castlevania}} VideoGame/{{Castlevania}} (Dracula)
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