History YMMV / AnnoDracula

31st May '14 1:37:56 PM TVRulezAgain
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Alas Poor Villain is no longer YMMV.
* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: Penelope paints a haunting portrait of Dracula after she kills him, as a relic of a lost world who cannot keep up with the faster, modern world, despite of Dracula's fondness for modernity. When she kills him, Dracula appears to welcome final death, even driving the silver knife further in. Or Penelope is just trying to make herself feel better.]]

* GeniusBonus: You pretty much need an encyclopedia to catch all the historical references and literary in-jokes.
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* GeniusBonus: You pretty much need an encyclopedia to catch all the historical references and literary in-jokes.
19th Jan '14 4:38:30 PM LondonPurple
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Dr Seward paints a rather unflattering image of Lucy Westenra in his nostalgic phonograph diary. He portrays her as a capricious and foolish girl, who felt only a shallow love for Arthur Holmwood, and felt only pity for him and Quincey Morris. He also thinks she exaggerated the proposal stories to lord her attractiveness over Mina, gloating about her better suitors. Finally he thinks she willingly had sex with Dracula, while Holmwood himself was a bit of a lech when alive. Seward believes that he and the Professor might have killed Lucy by giving her non-compatible blood.
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Dr Seward paints a rather unflattering image of Lucy Westenra in his nostalgic phonograph diary. He portrays her as a capricious and foolish girl, who felt only a shallow love for Arthur Holmwood, and felt only pity for him and Quincey Morris. He also thinks she exaggerated the proposal stories to lord her attractiveness over Mina, gloating about her better suitors. Finally he thinks she She also apparently willingly had sex with Dracula, while Holmwood himself was a bit of a lech even when alive. Seward additionally believes that he and the Professor might have killed Lucy by giving her non-compatible blood.
19th Jan '14 4:37:21 PM LondonPurple
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* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: Penelope paints a haunting portrait of Dracula after she kills him, as a relic of a lost world who cannot keep up with the faster, modern world, despite of Dracula's fondness for modernity. When she kills him, Dracula appears to welcome final death, even driving the silver knife further in. Or Penelope is just trying to make herself feel better.]]
16th Jan '14 2:39:06 AM LondonPurple
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Dr Seward paints a rather unflattering image of Lucy Westenra in his nostalgic phonograph diary. He portrays her as a capricious and foolish girl, who felt only a shallow love for Arthur Holmwood, and felt only pity for him and Quincey Morris. He also thinks she exaggerated the proposal stories to lord her attractiveness over Mina, gloating about her better suitors. Finally he thinks she willingly had sex with Dracula, while Holmwood himself was a bit of a lech when alive. ** Van Helsing has also been proved to be quite superstitious in his treatment of vampires despite his scientific mind, and Seward believes that he and the Professor might have killed Lucy by giving her non-compatible blood.
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Dr Seward paints a rather unflattering image of Lucy Westenra in his nostalgic phonograph diary. He portrays her as a capricious and foolish girl, who felt only a shallow love for Arthur Holmwood, and felt only pity for him and Quincey Morris. He also thinks she exaggerated the proposal stories to lord her attractiveness over Mina, gloating about her better suitors. Finally he thinks she willingly had sex with Dracula, while Holmwood himself was a bit of a lech when alive. ** Van Helsing has also been proved to be quite superstitious in his treatment of vampires despite his scientific mind, and alive. Seward believes that he and the Professor might have killed Lucy by giving her non-compatible blood.blood. ** Van Helsing has also since the events of the book been stamped as a superstitious fool for believing in the power of crucifixes and holy wafers, and royal propaganda has painted him as the "second Judas", a murderer and traitor.
16th Jan '14 2:36:41 AM LondonPurple
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** Van Helsing has also been proved to be quite superstitious in his treatment of vampires despite his scientific mind, and Seward believes that he and the Professor might have killed Lucy by giving her non-compatible blood.
16th Jan '14 2:34:27 AM LondonPurple
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* GeniusBonus: You pretty much need an encyclopedia to catch all the historical references and literary in-jokes. * CrazyAwesome: A book series that features vampire [[Creator/EdgarAllanPoe Edgar Poe]] and vampire UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill would have to be this. Most noticeable in ''The Bloody Red Baron'', which features [[spoiler: vampire flying aces who ''turn into giant bats with biplane wings''.]]
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* GeniusBonus: You pretty much need an encyclopedia to catch all AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Dr Seward paints a rather unflattering image of Lucy Westenra in his nostalgic phonograph diary. He portrays her as a capricious and foolish girl, who felt only a shallow love for Arthur Holmwood, and felt only pity for him and Quincey Morris. He also thinks she exaggerated the historical references and literary in-jokes. proposal stories to lord her attractiveness over Mina, gloating about her better suitors. Finally he thinks she willingly had sex with Dracula, while Holmwood himself was a bit of a lech when alive. * CrazyAwesome: A book series that features vampire [[Creator/EdgarAllanPoe Edgar Poe]] and vampire UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill would have to be this. Most noticeable in ''The Bloody Red Baron'', which features [[spoiler: vampire flying aces who ''turn into giant bats with biplane wings''.]]]] * GeniusBonus: You pretty much need an encyclopedia to catch all the historical references and literary in-jokes.
11th Jan '14 12:02:53 PM LongLiveHumour
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* CrazyAwesome: A book series that features vampire [[EdgarAllanPoe Edgar Poe]] and vampire WinstonChurchill would have to be this. Most noticeable in ''The Bloody Red Baron'', which features [[spoiler: vampire flying aces who ''turn into giant bats with biplane wings''.]]
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* CrazyAwesome: A book series that features vampire [[EdgarAllanPoe [[Creator/EdgarAllanPoe Edgar Poe]] and vampire WinstonChurchill UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill would have to be this. Most noticeable in ''The Bloody Red Baron'', which features [[spoiler: vampire flying aces who ''turn into giant bats with biplane wings''.]]
2nd Sep '13 9:12:11 PM HeWhoMustNotBeUsernamed
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*CrazyAwesome: A book series that features vampire [[EdgarAllanPoe Edgar Poe]] and vampire WinstonChurchill would have to be this. Most noticeable in ''The Bloody Red Baron'', which features [[spoiler: vampire flying aces who ''turn into giant bats with biplane wings''.]]
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