Name: Count Victor LeCout
Age: 152 (that's 52 in vampire years)
Status: Lord and Ruler to the LeCout Estate.
Personality: Traditional (to Claudelle it's stereotype.)
Family: Countess Amelia LeCout (wife), Marcus (eldest son), Claudelle (eldest daughter and his biggest obsticle of trying to past down his family's traditions.) Becker (boy) and Bianca (girl) (youngest twin children) Augustus (eccentric widowed father. Lost his wife to a a sunlight accident 90 years ago. Lost his fangs and his mind about ten hears later.)
Friends: Lucus Phaseon (werewolf and Hans's father. Victor and his wife Amelia were with him to support after he lost his wife to poachers.), Franklin Steiner (Frankenstein monster and Elsia's father.), Tucker Nile (male mummy and Clara's father), Philip Moss (male creature from the Black Lagoon and Gilda's father.), Cole Rayne (male ghost and Breezy's father), Otto Spaces (invisible man and Blank's father), Brian Touser (male zombie and Coma's father) Malcom MacBeth (wizard and Marylin's father.)
Likes: Staying to the traditional ways. Nightly feedings, scowering through the country side, invading villages, terrorizing villagers, coming home to his wife and family, and the occasional night time jazz clubs.
Dislikes: Sun, garlic, crosses, holy water, his eldest's daughters points of views, and his eldest son's blainant stupidity.
Enemy: Fritz Von Nelson (a Van Helsing wannabe)
Goals: To try to teach his children the old tradtional ways.
Semi-bio: Born in the year 1839 in the country side of Transylvania. Victor was once well known as the most feared vampire in the land. Unfortunately since time keep changing and people are becoming less afraid of vampires, he begin to loose all power over humans. That's why he is determined to pass down his vampire secrets to his children. Of course it's not easy since Claudelle believes that his ways are considered to be stereotype to her. And Marcus is more interested into dating girls rather than draining them of their blood. As for the twins, they are still very young but there might be some hope for Victor yet.