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Character List- The Vampires

Post  Aslinn Dhan on August 15th 2010, 1:58 pm

Names in Red denote Present only in the books...


Alexei Romanov

Introduced in Dead in the Family, the character is the vampire incarnation of the historical prince Alexei Nikolaevich, the last Tsarevich of Russia. He was sired by Appius Livius Ocella, thus, making him Eric Northman's vampire "brother". He was spoiled while alive due to his hemophilia and his royal position, and was psychologically scarred by the massacre of his entire family.

After Ocella made him a vampire, he was obligated to become Ocella's lover. The combination of factors made Alexei mentally unstable and uncontrollable even decades after becoming a vampire.

Alexei meets the final death by the hand of Eric.

Andre Paul

Andre is queen Sophie-Anne's second in command and her vampire "offspring" and her lover. Sookie considers him very frightening and, at one point, makes an attempt to force her to drink his blood in order to have more control over her as she is his Queen's employee. At this point Eric steps in and Sookie drinks his blood instead. Andre is staked by Quinn in order to free Sookie of his malign control.

Appius Livius Ocella

Introduced in Dead in the Family, he was Eric Northman's maker. He lured Eric by feigning injury at the side of the road and obliged Eric to be his lover after changing him. In the early 20th century, to express his dislike of the Bolsheviks, he converted the last heir of the Russian royal family, but Alexei proved to be a difficult vampire "child". It is possible that he does not exist at all in the TV series True Blood, as Eric's maker was changed to Godric.

Bubba

Bubba is Elvis Presley in vampire form. A morgue attendant who was a vampire and a big fan discovered the King slightly alive. The misguided vampire decides to make the overdosed Elvis undead, but the resulting creature, answering only to “Bubba”, is brain damaged by or before the process. The other vampires treat him as a dimwitted errand boy and try to keep him out of the public and clear of any household pets, as he likes to drink the animals' blood (cats being a particular favourite). Bubba is always cheerful, goodwill radiating from his fearsome smile. (But never call him Elvis.) He will sing only when he feels like it. In the third novel, Club Dead, Sookie says that “though every now and then, he exhibited a streak of shrewdness” he follows directions quite literally.

Bubba (vampire): No real first or last name given. Also known as the Man from
Memphis, Bubba has a famous face and an even more famous voice. When he was
taken down to the morgue on that August evening in 1977, one of the morgue
attendants was not only a vampire but also a huge fan. Detecting a faint spark of
life, the attendant hastily brought him over. Unfortunately, the drugs that had
plagued him in life made his transition less than perfect. He is a loyal soldier who
will follow orders to the letter, but he is not capable of much independent thought.
His fans in the vampire world try to keep him hidden and protected. He doesn’t
always remember to stay out of sight when left on his own, so the public does get
an occasional glimpse of the real thing. Bubba gets upset when called by his birth
name, answering only to his nickname. He prefers not to feed on human beings and
survives on a diet of animal blood, mainly cats—an aberration in the vampire
world—and synthetic blood.

Bill introduces Bubba to Sookie, and Bubba often looks after her, sometimes
successfully, sometimes not. Bubba is fond of Bill.

He is drawn into the plot to assassinate Victor by being the bait used to lure the
Elvis fan to Fangtasia. Although reluctant at first, he agrees when Bill is called to
convince him that it is necessary. He does his job the following night, captivating
his audience (for the most part) and distracting Victor before the attack. Upset by
the carnage happening around him, Bubba is taken to safety by Bill. (DUD, CD,
DTTW, DAAD, OWA, DD, DAG, DR; mentioned ATD, FDTW, DITF)

Chow Lin

(born 1860, made vampire 1901) lived a solitary life in small village in Central China, working as a carpenter. The only joy in his life came from watching the widow next door, for whom he pined for over 10 interminable years. When a vampire attacked her at night on a lonely street, he offered his life for hers. The vampire accepted and made Chow a vampire. Chow thought he’d finally won the woman’s affections, but instead, she recoiled, leaving him to an eternity of loneliness.

Chow is a member of Louisiana's Area Five vampire district. He is an Asian vampire with a small build and long black hair. He is no more than five foot seven and every inch of his visible skin (except for his face) is covered with intricate yakuza tattoos. He acts as a bartender in Fangtasia some nights, and sits around other nights to let patrons approach him. He is first introduced in the second book, Living Dead in Dallas, as a replacement of Fangtasia’s former bartender, Longshadow. Chow is killed in the fourth book, Dead to the World, when fighting against the coven of witches. Chow is portrayed by Patrick Gallagher in the True Blood series.

Chow (vampire): No last name given. With his tattoo-covered body, Chow,
bartender and part owner of Fangtasia, is quite a draw for the tourists who frequent
the bar. When given Hallow’s terms by the young witch acting as messenger, he
angrily attacks, causing the spell attached to the witch to activate and poofing Eric
from the office. Chow pays the ultimate price during the Witch War, succumbing to
his final death at the hands of a witch with a wooden knife. (LDID, CD; dies DTTW;
mentioned DAAD)

Godric (aka Godfrey) (RIP)

While "Godric" was this character's real name, he went by the name "Godfrey" for his last hundred years. Godric was an ancient and immensely powerful vampire who became a "renouncer"—a vampire who rejects his vampiric status. He allied with the anti-vampire sect, The Fellowship of the Sun, and decided to commit suicide by "meeting the sun". While he appeared to be a fresh-faced, blond-haired sixteen-year old with pale blue eyes, he was actually over two thousand years old. His body was covered with ancient blue runic tattoos dating from Roman times.[2] Godric was a killer, particularly of children, whose enormous guilt and grief made his "existence turn sour on him", so he approached the Fellowship of the Sun, and they were only too eager to assist in his suicide. He saves Sookie from being raped and she, in return, convinces him not to kill himself as part of a Fellowship publicity and recruitment ceremony, but to instead end his life on his own terms.

Danish actor Allan Hyde portrays Godric on the HBO's television series True Blood. In the TV series, Godric is Eric Northman's maker. In the books, Eric's maker is a Roman Vampire named Appius Livius Ocella.

Godric/Godfrey (vampire): No last name given. Just a teenager when he was
turned centuries ago, tattooed Godric—or Godfrey, as he has been known for the
past century—has decided that vampires are an abomination. He himself is far too
fond of children, in a very unhealthy way. Believing that only his death will stop
him from continuing to sin, he has allied himself with the Fellowship of the Sun. He
plans to meet the sun in a ritual. He lures Farrell into the hands of the Fellowship
so Farrell will die with him. Godfrey reluctantly saves Sookie from Gabe and helps
her escape. Although the Fellowship of the Sun is thrown into a panic and cancels
their morning ceremony, Godfrey carries through with his own plans. He meets the
dawn while Sookie bears witness, believing that in his repentance he will see the
face of God. (Dies LDID)

Golden, Phoebe (vampire)
: The Queen of Iowa, Phoebe is married to the King
of Ohio, and both attend the summit at Rhodes. (ATD)

Gregory (vampire): No last name given. Gregory, known by Eric and Ocella,
had to be staked after being infected by maenad Phryne’s madness at the
Halloween Massacre of 1876 in St. Petersburg. (Deceased; mentioned LDID, DITF)

Griesniki, Milos (vampire): A recent immigrant from the old country, Milos
Griesniki gets a job bartending at Fangtasia and immediately begins to pry into the
financial matters of Eric and the bar. When Eric calls for the Lord of Darkness to
reveal himself at Fangtasia’s Dracula Night party, Milos claims to be Vlad Tepes III,
aka Dracula, and announces that he plans to stay on at Fangtasia for a year,
expecting not only tribute, tithe, and vampire servants but also fresh blood from
the source, with Sookie being his first meal. He attempts to glamour Sookie to obey
him but is tricked by her into revealing his lack of knowledge of the burial place of
the real Dracula. Staked by Sookie, Milos flakes away even as Eric and Pam defend
her actions to the other attending vampires, stating that, as Milos was not really
Dracula, it was he who committed a crime by pretending to be their founder, not
Sookie. (Dies DN)

Heidi (vampire):
No last name given. Heidi, a superior tracker, is sent to
Shreveport by Victor to spy on Eric. When fairies and a body are scented by the
Weres in Sookie’s woods, Heidi arrives to try to sort it all out. She informs Sookie
that two fairies, many werewolves, and one vampire have been traipsing around,
and that two bodies, one killed very recently, are buried on the land.
Heidi talks of her son, now grown and drug addicted, living in Reno, and is
surprisingly gentle and careful with Hunter, kneeling to speak to him on his level
and spelling out words she doesn’t want him to understand. When Eric offers to
allow her to move her son to Shreveport, she readily accepts and gives her loyalty
to her new sheriff, taking his side against Victor in the assassination. (DITF, DR)

Hermosa, Rubio (vampire): Rubio finds a new home in Area Five after fleeing
Katrina, living together in a nest in Minden with Parker and Palomino. The
threesome are summoned to participate in the assassination of Victor, and Rubio
does his part by staking Luis. (DR)

Indira (vampire): No last name given. Tiny Indira puts in her time at Fangtasia,
content that servitude with Eric does not require sexual favors unless she is so
inclined. She is among the select vamps Eric calls to Fangtasia for the attack on
Victor, and she does her part by first emasculating and then staking the new
bartender, Jock, a former employee of Victor who’s still loyal to his old boss.
(DAAD, ATD, DR; mentioned DD)

Isaiah (vampire): No last name given. King of Kentucky Isaiah finds a
Fellowship of the Sun spy in his retinue. Based on information tortured out of her,
he is convinced the Fellowship of the Sun will attack the summit. He hires
Britlingens as bodyguards. While at the summit, he attempts to court Sophie-Anne
and is chosen to preside over her trial for the death of Peter Threadgill. He survives
the disaster thanks to the Britlingens. (ATD)

Ives, Harlen (vampire): Harlen is traveling from Minnesota to New Orleans
when he stops in Bon Temps for a visit with Bill and then heads to Monroe to
spend some time with Diane, Liam, and Malcolm. He perishes with them when
their house is set on fire by an angry mob. (Dies DUD)

Jock (vampire): No last name given. New Fangtasia employee Jock worked for
Victor in Reno before moving to Shreveport to tend bar after Felicia’s death. He is
there to take up her role as a spy. He is on the job when Bubba sings for Victor and
naturally fights on Victor’s side. Although he is emasculated by Indira during the
melee, he still manages to stun her with a blow to the head. He is distracted by
Sookie before he can continue his attack, giving Indira time to recover and stake
him. (Dies DR)

Jodi (vampire): No last name given. Vampire Jodi breaks off one of fellow
vampire Michael’s canines with pliers while he sleeps after he abducts and tortures
the sister of one of her human employees. Sued by Michael and brought before
vampire judges, including Bill and Dahlia, at the summit, Jodi pleads her case,
wins, and is allowed to stake an unrepentant Michael. (ATD)

Jonathan (vampire): No last name given. Nevada vampire Jonathan introduces
himself to Sookie at the Bellefleur-Vick wedding as a guest of Hamilton Tharp and
claims to have dutifully checked in with Area Five sheriff Eric Northman, as
protocol demands. He lied. (FDTW

Felipe de Castro

The Vampire king of Nevada. The Nevada vampires take over Sophie-Anne's Louisiana and Arkansas territories in the eighth book, From Dead to Worse. Sookie saves his life after he is attacked by Sophie-Anne's child and bodyguard Sigebert.

Franklin Mott (RIP)

Vampire and Tara's companion/Sugar Daddy. He is described as having iron gray hair and mustache. Sookie thinks he must have been in his fifties or early sixties when he was turned into a vampire. She describes him as being “vigorous and very masculine” and having an Italian accent. In book 5, "Dead as a Doornail", he dumps Tara and puts her up as a debt payment to Mickey. He is played by actor James Frain in the HBO series, "True Blood". Franklin on the show seems to be an amalgamation of Mickey and Franklin Mott. On the show he is a crazy Vampire who works as a Vampire private investigation in the service of the King of Mississippi who fixates on Tara and discovers Bill kept a file on Sookie.

Franklin is killed by Jason Stackhouse

Judith Vardamon

Introduced in Dead in the Family, she was sired by Lorena to try and keep Bill to stay at her side, since she looked like his late wife. She is later contacted by Sookie Stackhouse and heals Bill of his silver poisoning.

Lorena Ball (Krasiki) (RIP)

Vampire and Bill Compton's maker and one-time lover. She is first introduced in the third book, Club Dead. She summoned Bill to Mississippi and captured him in order to steal his secret project for the queen of Louisiana. Even though she is killed by Sookie when trying to rescue Bill, she is mentioned in subsequent novels. She is portrayed as being blonde and having brown eyes and a smaller build than Sookie's. [3] In subsequent books, Sookie learns that Bill was going to leave her because Lorena had ordered him to do so. Mariana Klaveno portrays Lorena in HBO's television series True Blood, in which her name is changed to Lorena Krasiki. In her biography it is stated that she is 250 years old. In the show, Bill suggests that she had a violent relationship with her maker, engaging in his evil lusts. It is further suggested she may have been a prostitute or at least posed as one to get victims for her maker.

(born 1759, made vampire 1777) was the illegitimate child of an unmarried lady-in-waiting to Empress Maria Theresa of Austria, who arranged for the bastard child to be raised by the Nuns of the Ursuline Convent in Vienna. Lorena was a well-behaved child and model student, although as a lover of nature she would spend hours roaming the countryside gathering flowers, telling the sisters who admonished her, “God is not just in these walls. God is in the world.” As fate would have it, the evening before she was to take her vows to join the order herself, she stayed out after dark and was turned by a Gypsy vampire named Istvan.

In the books, Lorena was made by a Vampire called Solomon who met Lorena when she was a prostitute in New England. The two were sort of ignorant about how to be Vampires and they search out others of their kind to learn how to be Vampires and they are very successful. Finally though, one night they have a falling out and part ways.

Ball, Lorena (vampire): Lorena Ball is working as a prostitute in New Orleans
when she meets Solomon Brunswick in 1788. Fascinated when Solomon drains a
customer whose throat she slit for not paying, she has Solomon turn her and travels
with him for a time. She eventually betrays her sire, pretending to be human when
she is caught with a dead child she is draining and blaming the death on Solomon,
and they go their separate ways.

Lorena sees Bill after he returns home from the Civil War and falls in love as
she spies on him and his family. She takes him by surprise one night and fakes his
death so that she can have him as a companion and lover. She compels him to stay
with her, even going so far as to create a companion for him by turning a woman
who resembles his lost wife. Though she finally allows her children to leave her,
she calls Bill back again after eighty-odd years when she learns of his profitable
vampire database. When she cannot seduce its location from him, she resorts to
torture to get not only the database but also the name of the woman Bill is involved
with. Lorena attacks Sookie while she is rescuing Bill and meets her final death at
Sookie’s hands. (Dies CD; mentioned DTTW, DAAD, ATD, DITF, DR)

Luisa Ella Prescott

(born 1801, made vampire 1821) born into a poor family in Kentucky, was a tough, independent-minded girl from the beginning. In 1819, she opened a safe-house for slaves who had joined the Underground Railroad. Risking severe punishment and death, she helped free up to three hundred slaves, until one of them turned on her and turned her in 1821.

She is the Magister's Enforcer.

Mickey

Vampire: a mean-spirited man who prefers the old ways. He is depicted in the novels as slim with narrow shoulders and slicked-back hair. He has long fingernails and a sharp face. Sookie describes his eyes as "cold and hostile as a snake’s.”

Hadley Delahoussaye

Sookie’s only cousin, Hadley is introduced posthumously in Charlaine Harris’ 2005 short story "One Word Answer". In her human years, Hadley was popular in high school, a cheerleader and even Miss Bon Temps. She got involved with drugs and prostitution during her junior year of high school and ran away to New Orleans. In the short story, Sookie learns that Hadley was turned into a vampire by the Queen of Louisiana, Sophie-Anne Leclerq. Waldo, a vampire who was jealous of Hadley's position as a favorite of the queen, staked Hadley. In the sixth book, Definitely Dead, Sookie goes to New Orleans to deal with Hadley's estate. She learns that Hadley was once married and divorced, and that she had originally informed the queen about Sookie's mindreading ability. In From Dead to Worse, Sookie learns that Hadley also gave birth to a child, now being raised by her ex-husband. The child, Hunter, also has mind-reading skills.[4] In HBO's television series True Blood, Hadley is portrayed by Lindsey Haun. In the show, Hadley is sent to Sookie by Eric to warn her that Russell Edgington is coming after Sookie and and not to trust Bill. Her departing thoughts warn Sookie that Hadley was the one who told the queen that she was a telepath and a fae.

Pam Swinford de Beauforte (Internet name: Ravenscroft)

Vampire. Eric's second in command and 'child' (Eric turned her into a vampire). She is described as looking like a young suburban housewife, but mostly as "Alice in Wonderland with fangs". She is sarcastic and a has a special sense of humor. She likes to read Dear Abby. Sookie describes her as one of the very few vampires she would call her friend. Kristin Bauer van Straten portrays vampire Pam in HBO's television series True Blood.

Pam in the books was turned Vampire by Eric. He saw her going back to her house after an assignation with a cousin's friend. Eric caught her, made her, laid her in her own bed and her family buried her, thinking she was dead. Eric then dug her up from her grave and explained what he had done to her. They were lovers briefly until Pam explored her other nature and they have been close friends and partners ever since. Pam is known to have said that Eric liberated her.

Peter Threadgill

Vampire. King of Arkansas and husband of Sophie-Anne Leclerq. He was killed by Sophie-Anne's child and second-in-command Andre during Peter's failed attempt to take over Louisiana. It appears that Peter has been replaced by Russell Edgington.

Russell Edgington

Russell is the vampire king of Mississippi. A small vampire with red hair and thick southern accent. He is first introduced in third novel, Club Dead, at the vampire bar Josephine’s (known as Club Dead by the Weres). Described as the perfect southern gentleman, Russell prefers men. Talbot is his steady human companion.[5] In Dead as a Doornail, the fifth book, Sookie learns that he collects the "unusual".[6] In the seventh novel, All Together Dead he marries the King of Indiana, Bartlette Crowe, and it appears to be a love match (marriages between vampire kings and queens are usually political unions and not a union of love). Actor Denis O'Hare portrays the vampire king of Mississippi in the third season of True Blood. On the show, Russell is a 2800 year old Vampire of ancient celtic stock and may have been a Druid. He uses werewolves as his private army. He overthrows Sophie Anne and forces the Magister to marry them and then kills the Magister. He has a royal consort, a Vampire named Talbot whom he turned 700 years ago. Apparently when Eric was still human, Russell and his weres killed Eric’s family and stole his father’s crown and Eric swore revenge against Russell. To humans, he is a wealthy antiques dealer.

Edgington, Russell (vampire): Russell Edgington, the vampire King of
Mississippi, does not intervene when Lorena Ball takes up residence on his
property to torture information about the database out of Bill, but he is able to
reach a tentative peace with Bill after his escape.

While at the Rhodes summit, Russell completes marriage negotiations with the
King of Indiana, Bartlett Crowe, and they are married in full regalia by Eric. The
happy couple survives the bombing with only minor injuries. (CD, ATD;
mentioned DAAD, DAG, TB)

Farrell (vampire): No other name given. Farrell dresses like a cowboy and
drinks like a vampire. Lured into the bathroom of the Bat’s Wing bar by Godfrey,
Farrell is taken prisoner by the Fellowship of the Sun, who plan to force him to be
an unwilling partner to Godfrey’s decision to meet the dawn. Farrell is rescued by
Bill and the Dallas vamps as they search for Sookie. (LDID)

Fedor (vampire): No last name given. Along with Velislava, one of many
vampires known by both Eric and Ocella and killed by the Bolsheviks. (Deceased;
mentioned DITF

Talbot (RIP)

Royal consort to the King of Mississippi and child of same. He was turned 700 years ago and was sent to the final death by Eric in part of a revenge plot by him.

Sigebert

Sigebert (pronounced "SEE-ya-bairt") is one of two vampire brothers who are bodyguards to Sophie-Anne Leclerq. After the fall of the Louisiana regime and takeover by the Nevada vampires, Sigebert attempts to kill the king of Nevada, Felipe de Castro, and Eric Northman. He is eventually subdued and killed with Sookie's help.

Sophie-Anne Leclerq

Sophie-Anne is the vampire queen of Louisiana; a beautiful woman, pale as milk, with reddish brown hair, large and tilted brown eyes. She is a smart and strategic leader within the vampire hierarchy. She sends Bill to Bon Temps to investigate Sookie's abilities. Evan Rachel Wood portrays vampire Sophie-Anne in HBO's television series True Blood. In the books, her name was Judith and she became a Vampire after being prostituted by a pimp. Andre, her child and lover was being treated the same way.

Stan Davis (RIP)

Stan Davis is vampire sheriff of Dallas, and his normal guise is that of a nerd: taped glasses, short sleeved button up shirt, etc. He is first introduced in the second novel, Living Dead in Dallas, when he requests the services of Sookie to help him find his missing nest brother, Farrell. Telepath Barry (the bellboy) Horowitz works for him after discovering, in the second novel, that another telepath lives in Dallas. In the seventh book, All Together Dead, Stan became King of Texas. Ed Quinn portrays Stan Davis in HBO's television series True Blood. In the show, Stan is not a sheriff, just one of Godric minions and he is killed in the bombing of Godric’s lair.

Davis, Stan (vampire): The former Stanislaus Davidowitz has been working his
way through the vampire hierarchy, first controlling Area Six in Texas as sheriff
and then taking the entire state as king. While still sheriff, he wins a lawsuit in
human court against his neighbors, who are suing to have vampires barred from
their community, and then becomes a sympathetic figure as he, his vampires, and
the humans at his home suffer several casualties when they are attacked by
members of the Fellowship of the Sun during what becomes known as the Dallas
Midnight Massacre.

King Stan attends the summit in Rhodes even though Texas is not part of the
clan holding the event, as he is proposing a business arrangement with
Mississippi’s Russell for a resort development. Unfortunately for Stan, he is badly
injured in the bombing, losing his child Rachel as well. His second, Joseph
Velasquez, struggles to hold Texas for his king as he recovers. (LDID, ATD;
mentioned DD, DAG, DITF)


Wybert

Wybert is one of two vampire brothers who are bodyguards to Sophie-Anne Leclerq. During a battle between the Louisiana and Arkansas vampires, Wybert is beheaded.

Jessica Hamby

Jessica is the teenage Vampire child of Bill Compton. She was created as a form of punishment for Bill killing Long Shadow, the bartender at Fangtasia. She was kidnapped and she comes from an ultra conservative family. She cannot get the hang of drinking True:Blood and this gets her in trouble. Bill is also an indifferent and often absent Vampire Maker and she has to learn to be a Vampire more or less on her own with sporadic help from Pam. Bill tries to keep her existence a secret from Sookie but this does not pan out and Sookie tries to help her, but she ends up getting between Bill and Jessica at odds with the Maker/Child relationship. Jessica falls in love with Hoyt but there is a major roadblock to their relationship. Jessica was a virgin when she was made Vampire and now each time she has sex, her virginity renews itself and every time is the first time. Hoyt reaches the end of his rope with Jessica when she attacks his mom while she is the grips of the Maenad’s spell and Hoyt becomes angry and breaks up with her. In her sadness, Jessica goes hunting and kills a trucker.

Longshadow (RIP)

(born 1752, made vampire 1790) was a member of the Huron tribe who grew up amidst the terror and strife of the French and Indian War. A skilled and merciless warrior, Longshadow fought for both sides, always available to the highest bidder. He met his Maker at a tavern in upstate New York.

Taryn O’Malley

(born 1825, made vampire 1848) hails from Ireland. Taryn escaped The Great Potato Famine of 1845 by immigrating to America after her parents died. Landing in Baltimore, Taryn turned to prostitution to support her family. She was made vampire while walking the docks in 1848.


Malcolm Beaumarchais (RIP)

(born 1760, made vampire 1793) was the illegitimate child of a Persian whore who left him in a gutter shortly after birth. He was taken in and brought up by a band of traveling beggars and thieves, who sold him to the Marquis de Sade at 15, for whom he served as a valet until he escaped two years later to join a Dutch circus. He was turned during the Reign of Terror by a former aristocrat, who remembered him from an orgy in 1776 at Sade’s castle in Lacoste. Sade’s pet name for Malcolm was “le garcon de l’eau.”

Liam McKnight (RIP)

(born 1959, made vampire 1987) spent years playing bass for the punk metal band Anarchy Rains through the Southeast, until a man posing as manager of a record label lured Liam and his band members into a “studio,” drank them whole, and made Liam a perpetual 28-year old. Once he became immortal and developed a taste for human blood, Liam discovered just how anarchy really does reign.

Diane Virginia Hardwicke (RIP)
(born 1904, made vampire 1938) ended her human life in Niagara Falls, Canada, the night the Honeymoon Bridge collapsed. Diane had been brought there on a “second honeymoon” by her husband Virgil, with whom she had a tumultuous relationship in which Diane was berated for being barren. This trip turned out to be their last together. No deaths were reported, but Diane knows better.

She and Liam and Malcolm are burned alive in their home in Monroe, Louisiana by some red necks

Diane (vampire): No last name given. Monroe vampire Diane doesn’t care
about mainstreaming and takes pains to offend humans while visiting old
acquaintance Bill in Bon Temps. Because of their arrogance, she and nest mates
Liam and Malcolm are targeted by unhappy locals who burn down their house just
after sunrise, trapping them in their coffins. (Dies DUD)

Nan Flanagan

She is the public face of the Vampire Rights movement and the American Vampire League. She may also be a member of the Authority. She has the ability to fire and presumably hire sheriffs and she can send Vampires up for legal charges to the Magister. Little is known about her back story.

Magister (RIP)

(born 1462, made vampire 1525) known currently as The Magister. Jorje was the pride of his relatively poor family when ordained as a monk in 1484. A fervent believer in the necessity of the Spanish Inquisition, he became one of the more feared “inquisitors” in Seville and oversaw countless trials and executions, including some of his own relatives. When made vampire against his will, as retribution for his role in the Counter-Reformation, he turned his misfortune into an opportunity to continue to pursue the same goals he had in life: rooting out subversives and heretics to uphold the common good. Posing as a human for centuries, he served as an advisor to Stalin and s Eichmann’s right-hand man, then shortly after World War II he was tapped to be Vampire Magister of North America, where he relishes his power to implement the laws of his own kind for eternity. He is murdered by Russell Edgington, the King of Mississippi, after he pronounces him and Sophie Anne man and wife.

Eddie Fornier (RIP)

(born 1951, made vampire 2007) grew up in Tennessee and attended Louisiana State University. Eddie met his future bride, Vivian, in the LSU Marching Band, where Eddie played the French Horn. Shortly after graduation, Eddie and Vivian married. They have two children: Marc, aged eleven, and Polly, aged nine. Vivian left Eddie in 2007 when he admitted his homosexuality, and shortly after that he was turned by a vampire in Shreveport.

He was murdered by Amy Burley and Jason Stackhouse

Isabel

She is Godric's second in command in area nine and had a human lover named Hugo Ayers who betrayed Sookie to the Fellowship of the Sun. When Godric is removed from his position as the sheriff of area nine, Isabel is made sheriff

Beaumont, Isabel (vampire): One of Stan’s Dallas vamps, Isabel has a human
lover, a lawyer who successfully defended Stan in court. When it is revealed that
her lover, Hugo, has betrayed the Dallas vamps to the Fellowship of the Sun, Isabel
is punished by being chained in a room with Hugo for a few months without being
allowed to feed. At the end of their sentence, Hugo is given a head start of twentyfour
hours before Isabel is unchained to go after him. (LDID)

Jade Flower

Peter Threadgill's guard and she was the one who killed Gladiola in Sookie's garden in Defintitely Dead.

Jade Flower (vampire): No last name given. As Peter Threadgill’s loyal second,
Jade Flower does everything within her power to ensure his triumph in his plan to
dethrone his queen, including draining E(E)E employee Jake Purifoy in Hadley’s
courtyard in an attempt to discredit the queen’s former lover, and tracking Mr.
Cataliades’s niece Gladiola to Bon Temps to kill her before she can deliver a
message to Sookie.

During the melee at the queen’s spring ball, Jade Flower must defend herself
against Mr. Cataliades, who has discovered that she murdered his niece. By the
time she is able to attack Sookie, whom she holds responsible for Peter’s downfall,
she is mysteriously missing one leg. She is beheaded by Bill as he comes to Sookie’s
aid. (Dies DD

Victor Madden

Appears in Dead and Gone as Felipe De Castro's representative to handle Louisianna, and plays a major part in Eric's delay to get to Sookie. I predict that there will be some major story lines involving him in #11.

Rasul

Appears in Definitely Dead, he is one of Sophie Ann's guards, also shows up in Dead in the Family.

Waldo

Mentioned in Definitely Dead, as he killed Hadley, but his story is in One word Answer.


Charles Twinning


Appears in Dead as a Doornail. He is the bartender at Fangtasia that burns Sookie's house down. He was a pirate buccaneer who was made a Vampire when they boarded a ship with no living crew.

Clancy

bartender at Fangtasia after the death of Chow Lin, that shows up in Dead to the world and is servely injured in the witch war, he shows back up in Dead and Gone, and dies in the Faerie war.

Akiro (vampire):
No other name given. Akiro takes Bruno’s place as Victor’s
second-in-command just in time for the assassination party at Fangtasia. He reacts
quickly when Eric attempts to stake Victor, bringing his sword down on Eric’s arm
and hewing through Mindy Simpson’s shoulder on the way, killing her almost
instantly. He is attacked by Thalia, who manages to do some damage before he cuts
off her arm, and is finally killed by Eric after refusing to surrender. (Dies DR)
Alain (vampire): No last name given. A former priest turned into a vampire,
Alain discovers Sophie-Anne and Clovis in the woods and, after feeding on Clovis,
promises to bring Sophie-Anne over but decides instead to use her in the same way
that Clovis had, selling her “services” when he needs money. When Alain is
captured in a village that he had visited before and now recognizes him for what he
is, Sophie-Anne seeks to rescue him but first has him fulfill his promise and turn
her. The village priest returns before she can rise to free Alain, and he meets the
dawn at the hands of the villagers. (Deceased; mentioned DD)

Ancient Pythoness (vampire):
The original Oracle consulted by Alexander the
Great, the Ancient Pythoness was so revered that she was brought over even in her
old age and is now cared for by her handmaidens. She sits in judgment at the trial
of Sophie-Anne at the summit in Rhodes, ruling in Sophie-Anne’s favor after
hearing Sookie’s testimony. (ATD)

Antonio (vampire): No last name given. Leather-clad Antonio and Luis are
mentally nicknamed the bondage Bobbsey Twins by Sookie as they take her, Eric,
and Pam to Victor’s table at Vampire’s Kiss. After the meeting, he and Luis usher
the trio out to the parking lot and make a claim of dissatisfaction with Victor to
tempt Eric into betraying their regent, but an astute Eric denies them, believing it is
a trap.

Luis and Antonio attend Bubba’s performance, entering Fangtasia first to
secure the bar for Victor’s arrival. Both are entranced as they watch the concert
from their positions guarding the front door. When the attack begins, Antonio
struggles with Palomino and is staked in the back by Maxwell Lee. (Dies DR)

Audrey (vampire): No last name given. The child of Booth Crimmons,
Gervaise’s lieutenant, Audrey is left in charge of the recovering Sophie-Anne the
night of the takeover. It is presumed she perished. (Mentioned FDTW)

Babbitt, Cleo (vampire): The sheriff of Area Three, Cleo survives the bombing
at Rhodes only to be killed along with her vampires during the takeover by Nevada
when they refuse an offer of surrender. (ATD; mentioned, dies FDTW)

Baruch, Christian (vampire): As a human, Christian Baruch designed and
managed hotels in western Europe. As a vampire, he does much the same thing,
delivering success to a vampire hotelier in exchange for being turned and brought
to America. He has his sights set higher, however, and plants the Dr Pepper bomb
in the hallway outside Sophie-Anne’s room in a misguided attempt for her
attention and affections. Christian survives the bombing of his hotel. (ATD)

Bernard (vampire): No last name given. Also known as Curly, he is one of
Russell’s many male guests. “Cute as a bunny” Bernard asks Sookie to dance at
Josephine’s, but his real attention is reserved for Eric, with whom he spends part of
the night locating a car for Sookie to use to rescue Bill (unbeknownst to Bernard, of
course). When Eric returns to give Sookie the keys to the car, he is sporting a hickey
on his neck, courtesy of Bernard. (CD)

Bolivar, Anthony (vampire): Anthony worked in a diner during the
Depression and still remembers his way around a kitchen, occasionally subbing as
a short-order cook at Merlotte’s. (DAAD; mentioned LDID)

Book, Katherine (vampire): Appointed by the state of Kansas to supervise the
welfare of a preadolescent vampire, lawyer Kate Book fights for the parental rights
of his human mother and father, who allowed him to be turned because he suffered
from a fatal blood disorder. Although the judges at the summit rule that the legal
contract between the sire and the parents be honored, leaving the boy with his
maker, Book succeeds in securing enforcement of visitation rights for the parents.
(ATD)

Boom (vampire): No other name given. Boom works for the Rhodes bomb
squad and cheerfully carries the Dr Pepper bomb down the stairs of the Pyramid.
(ATD)

Brazell, Bruno (vampire): Victor’s second-in-command is by his side during
the takeover, standing in Sookie’s front yard while Victor negotiates the surrender
of Eric and Bill. After the takeover, he continues doing Victor’s biding, lying in wait
for Sookie and Pam by the side of the interstate to intercept them as Pam takes
Sookie home from Shreveport. Pam dispatches Bruno’s partner-in-crime Corinna
while Sookie grapples with Bruno, driving a silver dagger up into his heart.
(FDTW; dies DITF; mentioned DR)

Brunswick, Solomon (vampire): Solomon is traveling around New England in
1768, making a living as a tinker and trader, when he encounters a vampire in the
woods one night. The vampire follows him and drinks from him a second time,
accidentally turning him and leaving him to fend for himself. Solomon makes his
way to New Orleans, and while leaving a brothel, he sees a prostitute cutting the
throat of a customer who has tried to skip paying for her services. He reveals his
nature by partaking of the victim’s blood and finds a kindred spirit of sorts in
prostitute Lorena Ball, turning the willing woman to become his companion.
Solomon is ultimately betrayed by Lorena, and the two part ways. He currently
resides in Europe. (Mentioned DITF, DR)

Charity (vampire): No last name given. After Waldo reports that he and
Hadley had been attacked by Fellowship of the Sun members at St. Louis Cemetery
#1 while trying to raise Marie Laveau, Charity and Valentine are sent by Sophie-
Anne to investigate the incident. They find no sign or scent of humans at the site.
(Mentioned OWA)

Chester (vampire): No last name given. One of Sophie-Anne’s guards, Chester
was once a backwoods kid with sandy hair and a pleasant demeanor. He and
fellow guard Melanie are among the vampires who perish during the Katrina
disaster. (DD; dies; mentioned ATD)

Chico (vampire): No last name given. Heidi tells Eric the story of Chico, a new
vampire who was disrespectful to Victor. To punish him, Victor had his mother
kidnapped, cut out her tongue, and fed it to her son. Chico was unable to save his
mother as she bled to death. Chico’s half brother, Colton, refers to the same
incident when asked why he wants to kill Victor. (Mentioned DR)

Clancy (vampire): No other name given. One of Pam’s nest mates, Fangtasia
bar manager Clancy is kidnapped and drained almost to the point of second death
by Hallow and her coven. He survives but is embittered by the experience. Though
he obeys Eric’s summons to defend Sookie against the fae in the supe hospital, he
requests to be released from his vow to Eric if he survives. He is taken down by a
mace swung by one of Breandan’s followers, and Breandan decapitates him as he
leaps over his body to get to Bill. (DN, ATD, FDTW; dies DAG; mentioned CD,
DTTW, DAAD, DITF)

Coburn, Parker (vampire): Parker, Palomino, and Rubio wind up staying in
Eric’s Area Five after Katrina, nesting together in Minden. The trio is called upon to
help with Victor’s assassination. Though not much of a brawler, Parker does his
best to help Palomino as she takes down Unknown Enemy Vamp #2. (DR)

Connie the Corpse (vampire): No other name given. Connie, with her smooth
voice, is the early night DJ on KDED, the Baton Rouge–based all-vampire radio
station. (DAAD)

Corinna (vampire): No last name given. Victor’s vamp Corinna joins Bruno in
an attempt to kill Sookie and Pam, waiting on the side of the road and flagging
them down as they drive back to Bon Temps late one night. Pam easily defeats her
with her bare hands, leaving Sookie with a knife to tackle Bruno. (FDTW; dies
DITF; mentioned DR)

Crimmons, Booth (vampire): Gervaise’s second-in-command. Booth and his
vamps, along with Sigebert, are guarding Sophie-Anne during her recovery. He is
out during the actual takeover, having left his child Audrey in charge. His status
remains unknown. (Mentioned FDTW)

Crowe, Bartlett (vampire): The King of Indiana, Bart marries Russell Edgington
at the summit in Rhodes. He and his husband both survive the explosion with
minimal injury. (ATD; mentioned DAG)

Cyndee (vampire): No last name given. One of Fangtasia’s human barmaids,
Cyndee brings the Bureau of Vampire Affairs down on the bar when she promises
to bribe a vampire to bite a female customer. Eric is certain they will be exonerated,
as he doesn’t allow such things in his bar and has no history of doing so, but is
annoyed that he must deal with an investigation. Cyndee is fired, of course, which
is Eric’s only legal recourse. (Mentioned STW)

Dustin (vampire): No last name given. Unschooled in being a vampire because
his maker met his final death shortly after he was made, Dustin makes his way to
Bon Temps, where he seduces and glamours Greg Aubert’s daughter, Lindsay, in
order to get fresh blood. When he is discovered by Sookie and Amelia, they call on
Bill to take him to Fangtasia to meet Eric and, hopefully, learn the ropes. (L)

Feith, Henrik (vampire): Henrik Feith is down in the lobby complaining about
towels when Jennifer Cater and the other two Arkansas vamps at the summit are
murdered in their hotel room. Sophie-Anne offers him a place in her entourage, but
he is misled about her intentions and continues the suit against her for his king’s
death. After Sophie-Anne is declared innocent, Henrik is dispatched with an arrow
thrown by a vampire onlooker before he can announce who has been lying to him.
(Dies ATD)

Felicia (vampire): No last name given. The lovely Felicia is still too new to
understand Pam’s humor when she is sent by Pam to introduce herself to Sookie.
Though she prefers the company of women, Felicia becomes involved with Bobby
Burnham, Eric’s daytime guy. Whether the romance is rooted in attraction or
politics is unknown. Eric surmises that Felicia has been planted in Louisiana as a
spy.

Whatever her true allegiance, Felicia dutifully follows Eric’s orders, helping Bill
with the database and even giving him blood. Both her romance and her career as a
spy are ended when she and Bobby become victims of Alexei’s madness. (DD,
ATD, DAG; dies DITF; mentioned DR)

Freyda (vampire): No last name given. Freyda is the Queen of Oklahoma ; it’s
possible that she sent Felicia to spy on Eric prior to the Nevada takeover and kept
her there to continue to report on both Eric and the new king. Ocella arranges a
marriage between Eric and Freyda, and she intends to hold Eric to the bargain
despite his maker’s death. (Mentioned DITF, DR)

Gerald (vampire): No last name given. Gerald, one of Pam’s nest mates, fights
in and survives the Witch War. Gerald generally keeps to himself, though he puts
in his time at Fangtasia. (DTTW)

Gervaise (vampire): No other name given. After the devastation of New
Orleans and Area One by Hurricane Katrina, Sheriff Gervaise hosts Sophie-Anne in
his nearby Area Four. He attends the summit along with his human lover, Carla,
and both perish in the hotel bombing. (Dies ATD; mentioned FDTW)

Sources: Wikipedia, The Sookie Stackhouse Novels, Daydreaming http://black-celebration.net/caps/index.php?cat=376 Screen Caps and the DVDs for season two provided text from Fairy. True Blood interviews, Vi and The Kid and NevadaTypeA+ and the Sookie Companion


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Aslinn, this is GREAT!!! So much work, thank you!!! study
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