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* Vlad's hair throughout season 3. Up until the Bad Vlad episode (S3E8) Vlad's fringe is parted to the left but when his reflection gains control his fringe is suddenly parted to the right. This is because bad Vlad is normal Vlad's refection, his mirror image.[[spoiler: also right after the big show down at the end of the episode when he comes out of the mirror room Erin says to Vlad "it's all over isn't it" to which he replies "he's part of me now. How can if ever be over?".]]his fringe is not parted to one side but sitting straight down the middle. To top it all off in a bit of FridgeHorror in ep 10 [[spoiler: when Vlad returns]]his fringe is once again parted to right. Implying that it is in fact Vlad's refection that is in control not the Vlad that we know.

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* Vlad's hair throughout season 3. Up until the Bad Vlad episode (S3E8) Vlad's fringe is parted to the left but when his reflection gains control his fringe is suddenly parted to the right. This is because bad Vlad is normal Vlad's refection, his mirror image.[[spoiler: also right after the big show down at the end of the episode when he comes out of the mirror room Erin says to Vlad "it's all over isn't it" to which he replies "he's part of me now. How can if ever be over?".]]his fringe is not parted to one side but sitting straight down the middle. To top it all off in a bit of FridgeHorror in ep 10 [[spoiler: when Vlad returns]]his fringe is once again parted to right. Implying that it is in fact Vlad's refection that is in control not the Vlad that we know.know.
* It can be assumed that members of a certain clan share the same style of fangs (eg, the Dracula clan have two sets, one on their outer incisors and another on their canines). So if [[spoiler: Malik truly is the son of the Count, why does he only have one set of fangs?]]
** This can also implied with [[spoiler: Erin and her hatred for Vlad in the second half of season 4. Despite Vlad turning her, she only has one set of fangs compared to Vlad's two.]]


* Jossed. [[spoiler: Slayer's blood is required for text to show up.]]



* Vlad's hair throughout season 3. Up until the bad Vlad episode Vlad's fringe is parted to the left but when his reflection gains control his fringe is suddenly parted to the right. This is because bad Vlad is normal Vlad's refection, his mirror image.[[spoiler: also right after the big show down at the end of the episode when he comes out of the mirror room Erin says to Vlad "it's all over isn't it" to which he replies "he's part of me now. How can if ever be over?".]]his fringe is not parted to one side but sitting straight down the middle. To top it all off in a bit of FridgeHorror in ep 10 [[spoiler: when Vlad returns]]his fringe is once again parted to right. Implying that it is in fact Vlad's refection that is in control not the Vlad that we know.

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* Vlad's hair throughout season 3. Up until the bad Bad Vlad episode (S3E8) Vlad's fringe is parted to the left but when his reflection gains control his fringe is suddenly parted to the right. This is because bad Vlad is normal Vlad's refection, his mirror image.[[spoiler: also right after the big show down at the end of the episode when he comes out of the mirror room Erin says to Vlad "it's all over isn't it" to which he replies "he's part of me now. How can if ever be over?".]]his fringe is not parted to one side but sitting straight down the middle. To top it all off in a bit of FridgeHorror in ep 10 [[spoiler: when Vlad returns]]his fringe is once again parted to right. Implying that it is in fact Vlad's refection that is in control not the Vlad that we know.


* The Count and Ramanga's plan for [[spoiler: Vlad to marry Adze]] to get rid of Erin technically becomes true. The use of [[spoiler: the Rings of Arianrod]], although the Count and Vlad didn't know about it, is ultimately responsible for [[spoiler: Erin becoming a vampire and betray Vlad by attempting to destroy the coexistence]].

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* The Count and Ramanga's plan for [[spoiler: Vlad to marry Adze]] to get rid of Erin technically becomes true. The use of [[spoiler: the Rings of Arianrod]], although the Count and Vlad didn't know about it, is ultimately responsible for [[spoiler: Erin becoming a vampire vampire, and betray retalliates by betraying Vlad by attempting to destroy the coexistence]].



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* The Count and Ramanga's plan for [[spoiler: Vlad to marry Adze]] to get rid of Erin technically becomes true. The use of [[spoiler: the Rings of Arianrod]], although the Count and Vlad didn't know about it, is ultimately responsible for [[spoiler: Erin becoming a vampire and betray Vlad by attempting to destroy the coexistence]].


* In "Like Father, Like Son" Ingrid tells Vlad "This is what happens when you try to turn someone into something they're not". She's obviously referring to Vlad hypnotizing the Count into acting like a normal parent, but it could also be interpreted as directed at the Count, who has spent the whole series trying to force Vlad to be evil like him.

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* In "Like Father, Like Son" Ingrid tells Vlad "This is what happens when you try to turn someone into something they're not". She's obviously referring to Vlad hypnotizing the Count into acting like a normal parent, but it could also be interpreted as directed at the Count, who has spent the whole series trying to force Vlad to be evil like him.him.
* Vlad's hair throughout season 3. Up until the bad Vlad episode Vlad's fringe is parted to the left but when his reflection gains control his fringe is suddenly parted to the right. This is because bad Vlad is normal Vlad's refection, his mirror image.[[spoiler: also right after the big show down at the end of the episode when he comes out of the mirror room Erin says to Vlad "it's all over isn't it" to which he replies "he's part of me now. How can if ever be over?".]]his fringe is not parted to one side but sitting straight down the middle. To top it all off in a bit of FridgeHorror in ep 10 [[spoiler: when Vlad returns]]his fringe is once again parted to right. Implying that it is in fact Vlad's refection that is in control not the Vlad that we know.


* This is likely accidental Fridge Brilliance, but an event in Series Five could explain why Magda prefers Ingrid and why Vlad is the Chosen One. [[spoiler: Vlad's real mother is a breather, which means there's no reason for Magda to like him, as well as that Vlad brings breathers and vampires together - because he's both!]]

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* This is likely accidental Fridge Brilliance, but an event in Series Five could explain why Magda prefers Ingrid and why Vlad is the Chosen One. [[spoiler: Vlad's real mother is a breather, which means there's no reason for Magda to like him, as well as that Vlad brings breathers and vampires together - because he's both!]]both!]]
* In "Like Father, Like Son" Ingrid tells Vlad "This is what happens when you try to turn someone into something they're not". She's obviously referring to Vlad hypnotizing the Count into acting like a normal parent, but it could also be interpreted as directed at the Count, who has spent the whole series trying to force Vlad to be evil like him.


* This is likely accidental Fridge Brilliance, but an event in Series Five could explain why Magda prefers Ingrid and why Vlad is the Chosen One. [[spoiler: Vlad's real mother is a [[Muggle:breather]], which means there's no reason for Magda to like him, as well as that Vlad brings breathers and vampires together - because he's both!]]

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* This is likely accidental Fridge Brilliance, but an event in Series Five could explain why Magda prefers Ingrid and why Vlad is the Chosen One. [[spoiler: Vlad's real mother is a [[Muggle:breather]], breather, which means there's no reason for Magda to like him, as well as that Vlad brings breathers and vampires together - because he's both!]]


* The Count mentions in one episode that pig blood is his 2nd favourite blood. Many portrayals of vampires show them having a hatred of Christianity. Since Christianity comes from Judaism and Jews aren't allowed to eat pork, this makes perfect sense.

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* The Count mentions in one episode that pig blood is his 2nd favourite blood. Many portrayals of vampires show them having a hatred of Christianity. Since Christianity comes from Judaism and Jews aren't allowed to eat pork, this makes perfect sense.sense.
* This is likely accidental Fridge Brilliance, but an event in Series Five could explain why Magda prefers Ingrid and why Vlad is the Chosen One. [[spoiler: Vlad's real mother is a [[Muggle:breather]], which means there's no reason for Magda to like him, as well as that Vlad brings breathers and vampires together - because he's both!]]


* Wolfie ages in dog years or close enough. Just look at him, in series 3 he looks more like a 6 or 7 year old and not a 4 year old, and in series 4 he looks 8 or 9 years old.

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* Wolfie ages in dog years or close enough. Just look at him, in series 3 he looks more like a 6 or 7 year old and not a 4 year old, and in series 4 he looks 8 or 9 years old.old.
* The Count mentions in one episode that pig blood is his 2nd favourite blood. Many portrayals of vampires show them having a hatred of Christianity. Since Christianity comes from Judaism and Jews aren't allowed to eat pork, this makes perfect sense.



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*** Vlad also mind wiped his own father in another episode. It's possible that he had gotten confused with the previously established fact that vampires can't hypnotize people they're ''in love'' with (As had been established with Ingrid and Will.)



* Wolfie ages in dog years or close enough. Just look at him, in series 3 he looks more like a 6 or 7 year old and not a 4 year old, and in series 4 he looks 8 or 9 years old.
* When Vlad said he couldn't mind wipe someone you care about [[spoiler: to explain why Johnno wasn't mind wiped in S4E10]] must mean Robin wasn't mind wiped at the end of season 2!
** It's also likely that [[spoiler: Vlad was just telling himself that. After all, Jonno was mindwiped at the end of Season 2, and we saw the Branaghs (whom Vlad ''definitely'' cared about) were mindwiped.]]

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* Wolfie ages in dog years or close enough. Just look at him, in series 3 he looks more like a 6 or 7 year old and not a 4 year old, and in series 4 he looks 8 or 9 years old.
* When Vlad said he couldn't mind wipe someone you care about [[spoiler: to explain why Johnno wasn't mind wiped in S4E10]] must mean Robin wasn't mind wiped at the end of season 2!
** It's also likely that [[spoiler: Vlad was just telling himself that. After all, Jonno was mindwiped at the end of Season 2, and we saw the Branaghs (whom Vlad ''definitely'' cared about) were mindwiped.]]
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** It's also likely that [[spoiler: Vlad was just telling himself that. After all, Jonno was mindwiped at the end of Season 2, and we saw the Branaghs (whom Vlad ''definitely'' cared about) were mindwiped.]]



* When Vlad said he couldn't mind wipe someone you care about [[spoiler: to explain why Johnno wasn't mind wiped in S4E10]] must mean Robin wasn't mind wiped at the end of season 2!

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* When Vlad said he couldn't mind wipe someone you care about [[spoiler: to explain why Johnno wasn't mind wiped in S4E10]] must mean Robin wasn't mind wiped at the end of season 2!2!
** It's also likely that [[spoiler: Vlad was just telling himself that. After all, Jonno was mindwiped at the end of Season 2, and we saw the Branaghs (whom Vlad ''definitely'' cared about) were mindwiped.]]


* Wolfie ages in dog years or close enough. Just look at him, in series 3 he looks more like a 6 or 7 year old and not a 4 year old, and in series 4 he looks 8 or 9 years old.

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* Wolfie ages in dog years or close enough. Just look at him, in series 3 he looks more like a 6 or 7 year old and not a 4 year old, and in series 4 he looks 8 or 9 years old.old.
* When Vlad said he couldn't mind wipe someone you care about [[spoiler: to explain why Johnno wasn't mind wiped in S4E10]] must mean Robin wasn't mind wiped at the end of season 2!



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* When Vlad said he couldn't mind wipe someone you care about [[spoiler: to explain why Johnno wasn't mind wiped in S4E10]] does that mean Robin wasn't mind wiped at the end of season 2?


** [[spoiler: Some survived, and S4E1 revealed that a half-fang's loyalty to their maker doesn't last long (as Ryan turns against Ingrid), meaning that we've now got an army of teenage Vampires walking through Garside).

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** [[spoiler: Some survived, and S4E1 revealed that a half-fang's loyalty to their maker doesn't last long (as Ryan turns against Ingrid), meaning that we've now got an army of teenage Vampires walking through Garside).
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