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8th Jul '16 6:36:42 AM Mullon
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* ''Series/TrueBlood'' has Fangtasia, owned by Eric Northman and Pam Swynford de Beaufort.

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* ''Series/TrueBlood'' has Fangtasia, owned by Eric Northman and Pam Swynford de Beaufort.Beaufort, which acts as Eric's vampire kingdom castle. Between the red wallpaper, the t-shirt store, and the weirdos dressed in leather and collars, Fangtasia looks like, as Sookie describes it, a vampire club if it was designed by Disney. It use to be a late night video rental store when Eric was first assigned to it before he got bored and remodeled the place.
26th Jun '16 9:06:24 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TheDresdenFiles'', Bianca--a vampire of the Red Court--runs the Velvet Room, although it is more of a high-class call girl ring than strictly a nightclub. The White Court of vampires, who [[HornyDevils survive on lust and sexual energy]], are primarily invested in the pornography industry, but also run the creepy sex club called Zero. When he visits, Harry Dresden recognizes that the name refers to zero boundaries, inhibitions and limitations, but when he sees the purely mechanical acts being performed he realizes that it also means zero ''fulfillment''. Harry shudders at the thought, realizing that the Club Zero is a taste of what would happen if the White Court ran the world. Their ultimate goal is ''Planet'' Zero.

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* In ''TheDresdenFiles'', ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', Bianca--a vampire of the Red Court--runs the Velvet Room, although it is more of a high-class call girl ring than strictly a nightclub. The White Court of vampires, who [[HornyDevils survive on lust and sexual energy]], are primarily invested in the pornography industry, but also run the creepy sex club called Zero. When he visits, Harry Dresden recognizes that the name refers to zero boundaries, inhibitions and limitations, but when he sees the purely mechanical acts being performed he realizes that it also means zero ''fulfillment''. Harry shudders at the thought, realizing that the Club Zero is a taste of what would happen if the White Court ran the world. Their ultimate goal is ''Planet'' Zero.
27th Apr '16 8:48:34 AM GlassRain
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* As seen in the epilogue of ''Webcomic/BiteMe'', [[spoiler:[[http://www.bitemecomic.com/?p=578 Ginevra ultimately fits this in the present]].]]
18th Apr '16 2:18:07 AM M84
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* In ''TheDresdenFiles'', Bianca--a vampire of the Red Court--runs the Velvet Room, although it is more of a high-class call girl ring than strictly a nightclub. The White Court of vampires, who [[HornyDevils survive on lust and sexual energy]], are primarily invested in the pornography industry, but also run the creepy sex club called Zero. When he visits, Harry Dresden recognizes that the name refers to zero boundaries, inhibitions and limitations, but when he sees the purely mechanical acts being performed he realizes that it also means zero ''fulfillment''.

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* In ''TheDresdenFiles'', Bianca--a vampire of the Red Court--runs the Velvet Room, although it is more of a high-class call girl ring than strictly a nightclub. The White Court of vampires, who [[HornyDevils survive on lust and sexual energy]], are primarily invested in the pornography industry, but also run the creepy sex club called Zero. When he visits, Harry Dresden recognizes that the name refers to zero boundaries, inhibitions and limitations, but when he sees the purely mechanical acts being performed he realizes that it also means zero ''fulfillment''. Harry shudders at the thought, realizing that the Club Zero is a taste of what would happen if the White Court ran the world. Their ultimate goal is ''Planet'' Zero.
15th Feb '16 9:18:44 AM JBK405
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* In ''TheDresdenFiles'', the White Court vamps own a creepy sex club called Zero (boundaries, inhibitions, limitations, ''fulfillment'' etc.). Bianca, a vampire of the Red Court, runs the Velvet Room, but it's more of a high-class call girl ring ([[spoiler: and when she gets burned up by Harry, the fully mortal Johnny Marcone resurrects it]]).

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* In ''TheDresdenFiles'', the White Court vamps own a creepy sex club called Zero (boundaries, inhibitions, limitations, ''fulfillment'' etc.). Bianca, a Bianca--a vampire of the Red Court, runs Court--runs the Velvet Room, but it's although it is more of a high-class call girl ring ([[spoiler: than strictly a nightclub. The White Court of vampires, who [[HornyDevils survive on lust and sexual energy]], are primarily invested in the pornography industry, but also run the creepy sex club called Zero. When he visits, Harry Dresden recognizes that the name refers to zero boundaries, inhibitions and limitations, but when she gets burned up by Harry, he sees the fully mortal Johnny Marcone resurrects it]]).purely mechanical acts being performed he realizes that it also means zero ''fulfillment''.
7th Jan '16 2:24:25 PM margdean56
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* In the ''Literature/KittyNorville'' series, vampires owned nightclubs before they widely known to exist. And since these vampires could hypnotize and play with people's memories, the bitten tend to go home remembering what a great time they had.

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* In the ''Literature/KittyNorville'' series, vampires owned nightclubs before they were widely known to exist. And since these vampires could hypnotize and play with people's memories, the bitten tend to go home remembering what a great time they had.



* Averted in ''[[Literature/TheLaundrySeries The Rhesus Chart]]''. Vampires are essentially {{serial killer}}s, so need to pick victims that no-one will miss. That means the elderly or homeless runaways, not pretty young things who can afford to go to nightclubs. The newly-turned vampires in the novel don't know this (being yuppies who are just [[WrongGenreSavvy doing what they see vampires do on television and movies]]) and are regarded as literally TooDumbToLive by their kin.

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* Averted in ''[[Literature/TheLaundrySeries The Rhesus Chart]]''. Vampires are essentially {{serial killer}}s, so need to pick victims that no-one no one will miss. That means the elderly or homeless runaways, not pretty young things who can afford to go to nightclubs. The newly-turned vampires in the novel don't know this (being yuppies who are just [[WrongGenreSavvy doing what they see vampires do on television and movies]]) and are regarded as literally TooDumbToLive by their kin.
11th Dec '15 12:18:02 AM DivineDeath
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* Like all the other vampire tropes, ''Film/WhatWeDoInTheShadows'' parodies and deconstructs this. There is a vampire-owned nightclub that the main cast frequents, but it's not very good and never attracts a crowd. Because the vampires were all BornInTheWrongCentury and are unable to make themselves look socially acceptable due to lacking a reflection, they can't actually get into a real nightclub and have no idea what they're actually like.
24th Nov '15 4:21:39 PM StFan
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* ''ComicStrip/DeKiekeboes'': In "Het Witte Bloed" ("The White Blood") a doctor of a plasma bank turns out to use the blood of his patients to establish a bar for vampires.

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* ''ComicStrip/DeKiekeboes'': ''ComicBook/DeKiekeboes'': In "Het Witte Bloed" ("The White Blood") a doctor of a plasma bank turns out to use the blood of his patients to establish a bar for vampires.



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* Jean-Claude from the ''AnitaBlake'' series owns several, including "Guilty Pleasures" (a male strip club where the performers are vampires and shape-shifters), "The Laughing Corpse" (a comedy club), and "Danse Macabre" (a dance club).

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* Jean-Claude from the ''AnitaBlake'' ''Literature/AnitaBlake'' series owns several, including "Guilty Pleasures" (a male strip club where the performers are vampires and shape-shifters), "The Laughing Corpse" (a comedy club), and "Danse Macabre" (a dance club).



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18th Sep '15 6:53:31 AM Willbyr
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24th Aug '15 6:27:38 PM nombretomado
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* A 700-year-old vampire named Lola owns a night club in an episode of ''{{Moonlight}}'', using it as a front for her vampire drug operation. There is a VIP section that requires one to have a chip implanted into the hand that confirms one's identity and VIP status. This is because the VIP section is where the drug is sold.

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* A 700-year-old vampire named Lola owns a night club in an episode of ''{{Moonlight}}'', ''Series/{{Moonlight}}'', using it as a front for her vampire drug operation. There is a VIP section that requires one to have a chip implanted into the hand that confirms one's identity and VIP status. This is because the VIP section is where the drug is sold.
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