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* In ''{{Frostbite}}'', Isaiah the Strigoi gave his captive Moroi, [[spoiler: Christian Ozera and Mia Rinaldi]], a sadistic choice. They could starve to death or [[spoiler: drain the blood of their dhampir friends and turn into a strigoi. In addition the one who chose this path condemned the other Moroi to death]].

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* SuicidalSadisticChoice: In ''{{Frostbite}}'', ''Frostbite'', Isaiah the Strigoi gave his captive Moroi, [[spoiler: Christian Ozera and Mia Rinaldi]], a sadistic choice. They could starve to death or [[spoiler: drain the blood of their dhampir friends and turn into a strigoi. In addition the one who chose this path condemned the other Moroi to death]].

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* In ''{{Frostbite}}'', Isaiah the Strigoi gave his captive Moroi, [[spoiler: Christian Ozera and Mia Rinaldi]], a sadistic choice. They could starve to death or [[spoiler: drain the blood of their dhampir friends and turn into a strigoi. In addition the one who chose this path condemned the other Moroi to death]].


* GreenEyes: The Dashkov and Dragomir families share the genetic trait of jade green eyes. They are also both known for stronger connection to magic than any other royals.
** Lissa Dragomir has strikingly green eyes. Goes well with her nature magic, ability to heal people and animals, and make plants grow.


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** The Dashkov and Dragomir families share the genetic trait of jade green eyes. They are also both known for stronger connection to magic than any other royals.
** Lissa Dragomir has strikingly green eyes. Goes well with her nature magic, ability to heal people and animals, and make plants grow.


Vampire Academy is a series of Young Adult VampireFiction novels written by Richelle Mead. The story follows Rose Hathaway, a 17 year old {{Dhampir}} who is training to be the guardian to her best friend, Lissa Dragomir, a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Moroi]] princess, with whom she shares a PsychicLink. They train at the AcademyOfAdventure called Saint Vladimir's Academy for young vampire children and their bodyguards. After spending two years on the run, Lissa and Rose are brought back to the school and are forced to re-acquaint themselves with the student body. They are soon joined by a new bodyguard named Dimitri, who is assigned to Lissa in place of Rose.

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Vampire Academy is a series of Young Adult VampireFiction novels written by Richelle Mead.Creator/RichelleMead. The story follows Rose Hathaway, a 17 year old {{Dhampir}} who is training to be the guardian to her best friend, Lissa Dragomir, a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Moroi]] princess, with whom she shares a PsychicLink. They train at the AcademyOfAdventure called Saint Vladimir's Academy for young vampire children and their bodyguards. After spending two years on the run, Lissa and Rose are brought back to the school and are forced to re-acquaint themselves with the student body. They are soon joined by a new bodyguard named Dimitri, who is assigned to Lissa in place of Rose.

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There are also two short stories: "Sunshine", from the anthology ''Kisses from Hell'' (2010); and "Homecoming", from ''Literature/{{Foretold}}'' (2012).


* ReligiousVampire: While the Strigoi are repelled by crosses, holy water and hallowed ground, the Moroi aren't and are predominantly Orthodox Christians (ironically, Rose isn't [[SecularHero particularly religious herself]]). The titular academy is named after an Russian vampire saint who is heavily implied to be Vladimir the Great, the one responsible for Christianizing Russia. The movie adaptation also features an Greek Orthodox vampire priest.



* VampiresLoveJesus: While the Strigoi are repelled by crosses, holy water and hallowed ground, the Moroi aren't and are predominantly Orthodox Christians (ironically, Rose isn't [[SecularHero particularly religious herself]]). The titular academy is named after an Russian vampire saint who is heavily implied to be Vladimir the Great, the one responsible for Christianizing Russia. The movie adaptation also features an Greek Orthodox vampire priest.

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* VampiresLoveJesus: While the Strigoi are repelled by crosses, holy water and hallowed ground, the Moroi aren't and are predominantly Orthodox Christians (ironically, Rose isn't [[SecularHero particularly religious herself]]). The titular academy is named after an Russian vampire saint who is heavily implied to be Vladimir the Great, the one responsible for Christianizing Russia. The movie adaptation also features an Greek Orthodox vampire priest.



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** A minor case in the role of teacher Sonya Karp. According to her appearance in the ''Literature/{{Bloodlines}}'' series, Sonya is still in her late 20s. She is played by 30-year-old Claire Foy.

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** A minor case in the role of teacher Sonya Karp. According to her appearance in the ''Literature/{{Bloodlines}}'' series, Sonya is still in her late 20s. She is played by 30-year-old Claire Foy.Creator/ClaireFoy.


* TheNewRussia: The main setting for ''Blood Promise''. Rose wanders in post-Soviet Russian cities like Saint Petersburg and Novosibirsk.


** Tasha Ozera. And a pretty {{badass}} one too. She was not granted guardians by court. So trained herself in self-defense and offensive magic. She was tutoring others as a defense instructor.

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** Tasha Ozera. And a pretty {{badass}} badass one too. She was not granted guardians by court. So trained herself in self-defense and offensive magic. She was tutoring others as a defense instructor.



* {{Badass}}:
** Rose Hathaway is tough and physically strong. She is highly capable of kicking major ass when she has to.
** Dimitri Belikov is a strong, capable fighter and he can kick ass whenever he has to in order to protect the people he cares about, especially Rose.
** Eddie Castile. Obviously. Trained from childhood to fight and able to face superior numbers of enemies.
** Janine Hathaway. She is Rose's mother after all. She is one of the most famous Strigoi-killers of the guardian world.



* OurVampiresAreDifferent: There are three species of them. The Moroi are living vampires (meaning they are born, not made) who can subsist on human food, drink blood about once or twice a day, are susceptible to sunlight, and have ElementalPowers. The Dhampir are half-Moroi, half-Dhampir (or half-Moroi, half-human), can go out in the sunlight, do not need to drink blood at all, can't have children with their own kind, and the majority of them are {{BadAss}}es. The Strigoi are pretty much your traditional vampires, with pale skin, red eyes, no reflections, and are AlwaysChaoticEvil. Both Moroi and Strigoi have chemicals in their saliva that [[GRatedDrug release endorphins in their victim's brain]].

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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: There are three species of them. The Moroi are living vampires (meaning they are born, not made) who can subsist on human food, drink blood about once or twice a day, are susceptible to sunlight, and have ElementalPowers. The Dhampir are half-Moroi, half-Dhampir (or half-Moroi, half-human), can go out in the sunlight, do not need to drink blood at all, can't have children with their own kind, and the majority of them are {{BadAss}}es.badasses. The Strigoi are pretty much your traditional vampires, with pale skin, red eyes, no reflections, and are AlwaysChaoticEvil. Both Moroi and Strigoi have chemicals in their saliva that [[GRatedDrug release endorphins in their victim's brain]].


** Rose between Mason (Betty) and Dimitri (Veronica). Mason is a close childhood friend, who adores her, and offers her a safe relationship. Dimitri is her older mentor and their relationship is forbidden. Later it's Rose between Dimitri and Adrian, though which one is the Betty or Veronica depends on the situation (usually Dimitri is the Betty but [[spoiler: when he's a Strigoi he is definitely a Veronica]]). Dimitri is more down-to-earth while Adrian is wealthy, glamorous, and likes to show-off. [[spoiler:During Dimitri's Strigoi face, Adrian offers a safer relationship to Rose and proves devoted. While Dimitri is dangerous and is willing to completely dominate his lover.]]

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** Rose between Mason (Betty) and Dimitri (Veronica). Mason is a close childhood friend, who adores her, and offers her a safe relationship. Dimitri is her older mentor and their relationship is forbidden. Later it's Rose between Dimitri and Adrian, though which one is the Betty or Veronica depends on the situation (usually Dimitri is the Betty but [[spoiler: when he's a Strigoi he is definitely a Veronica]]). Dimitri is more down-to-earth while Adrian is wealthy, glamorous, and likes to show-off. [[spoiler:During Dimitri's Strigoi face, phase, Adrian offers a safer relationship to Rose and proves devoted. While devoted, while Dimitri is dangerous and is willing to completely dominate his lover.]]



** [[spoiler:Natalie Dashkov acts like a cute and friendly dorky girl on the outside, which hides her true devious nature. She is not a true friend to Lissa, but an enemy. Killing animals, which Lissa cares for, in an effort to manipulate her. Leaving mental scars]].

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** [[spoiler:Natalie Dashkov acts like a cute and friendly dorky girl on the outside, which hides her true devious nature. She is not a true friend to Lissa, but an enemy. Killing enemy, killing animals, which Lissa cares for, in an effort to manipulate her. Leaving her and leave mental scars]].


* KissOfTheVampire: A vampire bite from the non-immortal Moroi vampires cause euphoria and can be addictive. So addictive that there are people who are volunteer feeders for them and are addicted to it the same way drug addicts are. A Dhampir letting a Moroi suck his/her blood during sex is the kinkiest thing imaginable in their world, and such Dhampirs are stigmatized and called "blood whores". In fact, any instance of a Dhampir giving blood to a Moroi is labeled like dirty by the public regardless of how non-sexual the context is.
** The narcotic bite of the undead Strigoi is ten times as potent as the Moroi.

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* KissOfTheVampire: A vampire bite from the non-immortal Moroi vampires cause euphoria and can be addictive. So addictive that there are people who are volunteer feeders for them and are addicted to it the same way drug addicts are. A Dhampir letting a Moroi suck his/her blood during sex is the kinkiest thing imaginable in their world, and such Dhampirs are stigmatized and called "blood whores". In fact, any instance of a Dhampir giving blood to a Moroi is labeled like dirty by the public regardless of how non-sexual the context is.
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is. The narcotic bite of the undead Strigoi is ten times as potent as the Moroi.

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** The narcotic bite of the undead Strigoi is ten times as potent as the Moroi.

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