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Appearing in "Here Comes the Death Man"Edit

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  • Richard Grant
  • Joshua Huntingcut
  • Professor Clinton Hall
  • Dr. Thomas Lewis

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  • Mildred Williamson

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Synopsis for "Here Comes the Death Man"Edit

Washington D.C., Present Day: A prominent business man named Grant, leaves his office for the day and is struck down by an apparent homeless man who strikes him down with a concealed laser weapon. Later that night after Dracula attempts to feed on a young couple comes across the newspaper report and decides to investigate Grant's murder as Grand was one of his loyal followers.

As Dracula checks his leads into the murder of Richard Grant, this mystery killer assassinates archer Joshua Huntingcut and Dr. Thomas Lewis. Dracula is questioning Grants assistant when he hears the news and learns of their connection to Grant. Dracula learns that the three men and two others -- Professor Clinton Hall, and Mildred Williamson -- worked on something called the Broadway Project. Trying to contact Hall to learn more, Dracula and Grant's assistant find out too late that he was just murdered.

Rushing to Mildred Williamson's home, Dracula learns that the woman is behind all the murders, that her father got involved with the Broadway Project with the others to develop a new laser weapon. However, when greed got the better of the others, they murdered Mildred's father. She then attempts to attack Dracula, who easily overpowers and feeds upon her. When Grant's aid bursts in at the sound of Mildred's screams, he finds the woman dead and Dracula feeding upon her. The sight drives him mad, and Dracula leaves the scene with Grant's aid laughing maniacally.

Appearing in "Blood Moon"Edit

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Appearing in "Assault of the She-Pirate"Edit

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  • Hellyn deVill

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Synopsis for "Assault of the She-Pirate"Edit

Once more mourning the loss of his wife, Dracula takes time to look at a golden locket which has a drawing of his beloved Maria, his most prized possession before he retires to sleep for the day. As Dracula slumbers a pirate raiding party arrives in Transylvania led by their leader, Hellyn deVille. Hellyn intends to raid Dracula's castle, and seeks to obtain the valued pendant, unaware of the sentimental value that Dracula has ascribed to it. They rape and pillage the village before going to Dracula's castle. Inside, one of her men finds Dracula's liquor cabinet and starts drinking everything he can get his hands on.

Finding Dracula's coffin, Hellyn steals the pendant with great ease and they depart, leaving their drunken shipmate behind. Aboard the ship, Hellyn celebrates her victory by making love to one of her men. Dracula awakens that night to find that his pendant and other valuables have been stolen. Furious, he finds the drunken pirate and learns who had robbed him. After feeding on the drunkard, Dracula turns into bat form and chases after the ship.

Boarding the ship, Dracula fights off deVille's men, and is shocked to find that the ship captain is a woman and that she is wearing his pendant. She tells Dracula that if he wants his pendant back he will have to come and get it. Dracula fights and kills his way through all the men that are at deVille's defense. Breaking into Hellyn's quarters, she attempts to seduce Dracula, however the plot doesn't work. Insulted, she runs outside to regroup her surviving men and rounds them up for a counter attack.

Dracula exits deVille's cabin and uses his hypnotic powers to immobilize his attackers and easily beats them. Grabbing deVille, she asks if Dracula would not give her one of his "kisses". Dracula refuses, then breaks the spell that she has had over her men for years, revealing her not to be a beautiful woman, but an old hag. The elderly deVille asks for mercy from Dracula, who refuses, he then reclaims his pendant and returns to Transylvania leaving her to the fates of her crew who kill her for her deception.

Appearing in "Stoker's Dracula Chapter 3: The Female of the Species"Edit

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