>>Now I want this hypothetical vampire lady to exist somewhere in the
>>multiverse. She sounds fun.
>She sounds a bit like a central casting Fem!Vamp really. But then both
>'Countess' and 'Scarlet' are fairly stock vampire trope names.
It's not incredibly likely that M. Auriol is a regular reader of The New Yorker, but his mental image is basically Morticia Addams in a fur coat. :)
(Or possibly Cruella de Vil, but that movie won't be out until 1961.)
>>"My little sister once disemboweled a Neuroi with her bare hands
>>because it was merely annoying her. Imagine what she can do
>>when she's working to protect people."
>Remilia is no doubt wise enough to leave out the parts about Flandre
>being somewhat insane at the time, eating said Neuroi's core,
>and very nearly becoming the kill crazy counterpart to Neuroi-chan.
Peripheral details, really.
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