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* DashingHispanic: Drago and Camilla were both born into Spanish nobility. Drago is a TallDarkAndHandsome gentleman while Camilla is a SpicyLatina, and both are HotBlooded and graceful, deadly fighters.

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* DashingHispanic: Drago and Camilla were both born into Spanish nobility. Drago is a TallDarkAndHandsome gentleman while Camilla is a SpicyLatina, SpicyLatina vamp, and both are HotBlooded and graceful, deadly fighters.

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* DashingHispanic: Drago and Camilla were both born into Spanish nobility. Drago is a TallDarkAndHandsome gentleman while Camilla is a SpicyLatina, and both are HotBlooded and graceful, deadly fighters.

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* RedIsViolent: Drago and Camilla usually dress in all-red, {{stripperiffic}} leather combat outfits while taking out hordes of mooks. As they're vampires, this simultaneously serves as a visual metaphor for their bloodlust.


* VampiresLoveJesus: The Vampire Council has infiltrated the Catholic Church and a couple of cardinals and bishops are present in their meeting. Needless to say, they are an evil example of this trope that wants to ethnically cleanse humanity and replace it with their own kind.

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* OutsideContextProblem: An minor example from the backstory, but it still counts: Even for an fearsome vampire raptor that strikes fears into the hearts of his foes and is virtually unmatched except for his equally-deadly sister, the one enemy he couldn't defeat was the immortal sorcerer that enslaved his Indian lover, since he could reincarnate forever and ever.


* VampiresAreSexGods: Drago and Camilla, the two vampire siblings, both portrayed as stunningly attractive and temptuous, as well as sensual lovers (including, incidentally, [[BrotherSisterIncest to each other]]).

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* VampiresAreSexGods: Drago and Camilla, the two vampire siblings, both portrayed as stunningly attractive and temptuous, as well as sensual lovers (including, incidentally, [[BrotherSisterIncest to each other]]). Their vampire rivals avert this (see TheyLookJustLikeEveryoneElse).
* VampiresLoveJesus: The Vampire Council has infiltrated the Catholic Church and a couple of cardinals and bishops are present in their meeting. Needless to say, they are an evil example of this trope that wants to ethnically cleanse humanity and replace it with their own kind.


* PowerAtAPrice: Metaphorical power being traded by physical one; The vampires managed to take over society by mingling among the humans and are replacing them at a very rapid rate. But they lost all their special powers in the process and are slowly becoming like humans themselves.

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* PowerAtAPrice: Metaphorical Physical power being traded by physical one; metaphorical power; The vampires managed to take over society by mingling among the humans and are replacing them at a very rapid rate. But they lost all their special powers in the process and are slowly becoming like humans themselves.

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* SuperWindowJump: The cover of the third album depicts Drago and Camilla bursting through a large plate glass ceiling window while looking down on their family's [[AncestralWeapon ancestral sword]]. The scene in the comic is somewhat different, in that it happens during a fight between the pair and Aznar, who is thrown ''up'' through the window onto the roof.

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* ThreeWaySex: After the Molina twins have captured Vicky, there's a threeway scene between Drago, Camilla, and Vicky, made rather uncomfortable because of the {{Twincest}} and QuestionableConsent involved.


* OneManArmy: The Molina twins show how formidable vampires are in combat at the peak of their power. Drago is capable of slaughtering an angry mob in India unarmed and towards the climax, the council sends ''attack helicopters and fully armed SWAT teams to dispose of him''. [[spoiler:Later when Vicky's nature awakens, she is also capable of fighting off multiple her family's bodyguards at once]].

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* OneManArmy: The Molina twins show how formidable vampires are in combat at the peak of their power. Drago is capable of slaughtering an angry mob in India unarmed and towards the climax, the council sends ''attack helicopters and fully armed SWAT teams to dispose of him''. [[spoiler:Later when Vicky's nature awakens, she is also capable of fighting off multiple of her family's bodyguards at once]].

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* StrongFamilyResemblance: The Molinas. The surviving twins, Drago and Camilla, are basically the spitting image of their late father and mother when they are shown in flashback.


* HumanityEnsues: A villainous variation: the council finds out to their horror that they are slowly becoming like mortals, and they can die normally or contract diseases.

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* HumanityEnsues: A villainous variation: the vampire council finds out to their horror that they are slowly becoming like mortals, and they can die normally or contract diseases.


* BrotherSisterTeam: Drago and Camilla are HalfIdenticalTwins who hunt down other vampires who have sworm off 'the old ways'. They also have some sort of telepathic link to each other.

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* BrotherSisterTeam: Drago and Camilla are HalfIdenticalTwins who hunt down other vampires who have sworm off 'the old ways'. They also have some sort of [[TwinTelepathy telepathic link to each other.other]].



* ClingyJealousGirl: Despite being in a long-term relationship with Drago, Camilla is not actually this ''for him'', but for [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer Vicky]]. She declares that she is hers, even when her brother decides to have sex with Vicky in their bed and when Vicky ultimately refuses Camilla's advances, she [[WomanScorned doesn't take it]] [[{{Yandere}} very well]].

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* ClingyJealousGirl: Despite being in a long-term relationship [[BrotherSisterIncest with Drago, Drago]], Camilla is not actually this ''for him'', but for [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer Vicky]]. She declares that she is hers, even when her brother decides to have sex with Vicky in their bed and when Vicky ultimately refuses Camilla's advances, she [[WomanScorned doesn't take it]] [[{{Yandere}} very well]].


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* TwinTelepathy: The Molina twins, Drago and Camilla, are shown as being able to communicate with each other through long-distance telepathy. This might be explained by their vampiric nature, however.


* TomatoInTheMirror: [[spoiler:Vicky is actually a vampire too, since her family is part of the conspiracy. With that said, she isn't "corrupted" like the rest of them and develops powers just like Drago and Camilla]].

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* TomatoInTheMirror: [[spoiler:Vicky [[spoiler:Vicky]] discovers that she is actually a vampire too, since her family is part of the conspiracy. With that said, she isn't "corrupted" like the rest of them and develops powers just like Drago and Camilla]].Camilla.


* TheReveal: [[spoiler:Vicky is actually a vampire too, since her family is part of the conspiracy. With that said, she isn't "corrupted" like the rest of them and develops powers just like Drago and Camilla]].


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* TomatoInTheMirror: [[spoiler:Vicky is actually a vampire too, since her family is part of the conspiracy. With that said, she isn't "corrupted" like the rest of them and develops powers just like Drago and Camilla]].

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