History YMMV / TheTombOfDracula

10th Oct '13 7:18:01 PM Lightysnake
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* CompleteMonster: [[CaptainObvious Dracula himself, naturally]], as well as boatloads of other characters. This was one ''[[CrapsackWorld nasty]]'' title for its time. And yet Dracula, for all his evil, was often shown as possessing some nobility, occasionally [[PetTheDog even doing some good]] like when he protected orphaned children from hungry wolves. It says something about the writing of this book that Dracula was often shown doing something noble and yet his status as [[CompleteMonster a monstrously evil figure]] was never undercut.
18th May '13 12:19:48 AM erforce
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* {{Squick}}: When he is stranded in Himalayas, Dracula is forced to feed on a rotting corpse to satiate his bloodlust. This is described in vivid detail.
15th Apr '13 5:23:19 PM suedenim
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: The American comic was kept alive and on a monthly schedule despite weak sales in the U.S., largely due to its popularity in Britain.
17th Feb '13 6:09:02 AM GothicProphet
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* WhatAnIdiot: An human mob tries to destroy Dracula at his tomb just after sundown. As a result, Dracula's reaction, since he had just emerged and needed to get some sustenance soon, to the invaders is essentially, "Ah, room service!" and indulges taking them down.

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* WhatAnIdiot: An human mob tries to destroy Dracula at his tomb just after sundown. As a result, Dracula's reaction, since he had just emerged and needed to get some sustenance soon, to the invaders is essentially, "Ah, room service!" and indulges taking them down.down.
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30th Oct '12 6:16:20 AM Austin
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* MotiveDecay: Dracula's motives range from killing the hunters chasing him to causing a full scale VampireApocalypse.
27th Oct '11 7:32:30 PM Ardashir
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*CompleteMonster: [[CaptainObvious Dracula himself, naturally]], as well as boatloads of other characters. This was one ''[[CrapsackWorld nasty]]'' title for its time. And yet Dracula, for all his evil, was often shown as possessing some nobility, occasionally [[PetTheDog even doing some good]] like when he protected orphaned children from hungry wolves. It says something about the writing of this book that Dracula was often shown doing something noble and yet his status as [[CompleteMonster a monstrously evil figure]] was never undercut.
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