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Bram Stoker 1906

Bram Stoker—in real life

Bram Stoker— aka Abraham Stoker — Appears in Claimed by Shadow

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Introduction Edit

Bram Stoker is the manager of the Lyceum Theatre and Dracula’s human servant. Cassie encounters him on a Time Travel shift to the past in the theatre in 1889 London.[1]

About Edit

SpeciesEdit

  • Human vampire servant [1]

TimeEdit

  • 889 London [1]

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Physical DescriptionEdit

  • tall, portly guy with dark hair and red beard

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Events in the Series Edit

This section may have spoilers. Think of the book title as a "Spoiler Warning" if you haven’t read it yet.

2. Claimed by ShadowEdit

Cassie in possession of Augusta and seeking Myra in the Lyceum Theatre in 1889 London, encounters Bram Stoker in a backstage room used as a dining room. He's burning himself with candle wax under vampiric compulsion. Cassie snaps him out of it—he tells her that Mircea and Dracula are dueling because Mircea wants to take him to prison before the European Senate can kill him. Dracula, his master, commanded it, for my failure to keep Lord Mircea from learning his whereabouts. She tells him to go home and et medical help. At the door, he turns, the Spirit Creature—an Incubus—he's possessed by asks her who she is that she can possess a master vampire. It wants Cassie's help in some plan of his.[1]

Stoker staggered toward the small black sphere and yelled "Dislocator!", which effectively cleared all of the vampires out. After the explosion, he intervened before Augusta could stake Dracula by imprisoning him inside a Magical Trap. Afterward, he passed out and the incubus known as Dream—or in Cassie's words, Spirit Creature—separated himself from Stoker.[1] Stoker awakes screaming in pain and then runs for the door followed by Pritkin who caught him and dragged him back. Mircea Basarab carried him out.[2]

➢ See Spirit Creature, Dream, Bram Stoker, and Chavez for more action.

Real Life Bram Stoker Edit

Bram Stoker is the author of the novel, "Dracula". he was also the manager of the Lyceum Theatre in London for thirty years. ~ ➢ Bram Stoker - Author - Biography.com

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Book References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Claimed by Shadow, ch. 14
  2. 2.0 2.1 Claimed by Shadow, ch. 15

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