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Real Name
Unknown
Current Alias
Lianda
Affiliation
Base of Operations
Status
Living Status
Identity
Citizenship
Marital Status
Occupation
Romani healer
Education
No formal education
Characteristics
Gender
Weight
110 lbs (49.9 kg) (49.89 kg)
Eyes

Irises:

Hair
Unusual Features
Fangs
Origin
Origin
Reality
Place of Birth
Creators and Appearances
First Appearance
Appearance of Death

History

Lianda was a Romani healer who operated from a small caravan in the nation of Wallachia during the mid 15th century. In the year 1459, Turkish warlord, Turac, brought the dying Wallachian prince, Vlad Dracul, to her carriage and told her to use her Romani magic to heal him. Like most Transylvanians, Lianda despised Turkish occupation and had no desire to see Dracula healed, only to become a puppet to Turac. What Turac never realized; however, was that Lianda was also a vampire. Guided by the commands of the ancient vampire, Varnae, Lianda drank the prince's blood until his human form died and he was reborn as a vampire. When Turac discovered Lianda's treachery, he impaled her with a silver-tipped spear.[1]

The wound, though severe, did not pierce her heart, and Lianda was able to shape-shift into a bat and fly away. She sought out Lord Varnae, and implored him to use his power to heal her. Varnae felt as if Lianda's usefulness was complete, so instead of healing her, he used his power to finish her off.[2]

Powers and Abilities

Powers

Presumably, Lianda possessed characteristics common to most vampires.[1]

Abilities

Lianda possessed a rudimentary knowledge of the occult.[citation needed]

Physical Strength

By virtue of her vampiric heritage, Lianda's strength level was several times greater than that of a normal human. Lianda could lift/press 650 lbs.[3]

Weaknesses

Lianda was vulnerable to a stake through the heart. She presumably suffered from all the traditional weaknesses of a vampire.[1]

Paraphernalia

Transportation

Lianda owned a small Romani wagon.[1]

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

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