A Stealth Parody of teenage vampire drama with a few tweaks. In other words, a troper's attempt to create a completely cliche supernatural drama that blatantly rips off The Vampire Diaries and Buffy the Vampire Slayer with a dose of Interview with the Vampire (none of which the troper has actually seen beyond wiki summaries). The goal? To see if such a cliche, base plotline can actually be tweaked to have some semblance of originality that sets it apart from the aformentioned The Vampire Diaries.
It all starts when Elaine Keystone and her family (aunt and younger brother) move into the town of Cobhill after the death of her parents. However, the first day of school, she immediately earns the scorn of the bitter History teacher, Clyde Demisen, and finds herself attracted to the wayward student Victor Nommings. In addition, her brother, Ike, finds himself being repeatedly possessed by a girl named Eleanor Humbridge...
Tropes found in this hypothetical series:
- Action Girl: Mia, a witch who manages to stay toe to toe with Clyde. Eleanor and Ninian also count, and Elaine to an extent.
- All Girls Want Bad Boys: Courtney for Phillipe
- Alpha Bitch:
- Subverted with Britney.
- Played straight with her sister, Courtney
- Beta Couple: Brandon and Britney
- Big Bad: Ninian, before it was revealed to be Rudolfo. In the past, the very first big bad was Clyde.
- Bishōnen: Victor, Phillipe, and Ike.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Almost all the supernatural characters
- Draco in Leather Pants: In-universe. Courtney does this to Phillipe and the "evil" vampires
- Friendly Neighbor Hood Vampire: Victor
- Heroic BSoD: Ike goes into a super one after Eleanor's death, turning towards drugs and even Elaine can't help him.
- I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: Eleanor for Ike
- Love Triangle: At first, Victor and Brandon both fall for Elaine.
- Then becomes Clyde and Victor for Elaine.
- In the past, it was Clyde and Victor for Ninian. And before that, it was Eleanor and Ninian for Victor.
- Official Couple: Victor and Elaine
- Really 700 Years Old: Clyde was alive during the Renaissance
- Stealth Parody: Of vampire dramas
- Take That!: To The Vampire Diaries and to an extent, Twilight
- Unlucky Childhood Friend: Brandon
- Our Vampires Are Different: Subverted. Vampires have all the abilities as dictated by Bram Stoker.