Even the Dead Can Scar Characters

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Played by Alexander Skarsgård and Anna Paquin

These two are a combination of the book, movie and my own influence.  The care they have for each other is obvious from the start, Sookie just has a huge hurdle (Bill).  My Eric’s are pretty sweet – this one will be no different.

 

godric

Played by Allan Hyde.  Eric’s Maker in this story.  They have a very close relationship and in this story; Godric has not closed the bond nor is he looking for a way to end his undead life.

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Pam played by Kristin Bauer van Straten.  This is a good Pam (unlike my MAW Pam) – so you can all relax.

Barry2

Played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt.  This is NOT your typical Barry.  He’s got his act together and his telepathy is strong.  He’ll be a great ally.  You’ll see . . .

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Played by Carla Gugino.  For this story, Thalia and Sookie click right away.  I’m planning to do more with Thalia that I normally do (and I’m pretty much always a fan of Thalia).

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Played by Stephen Moyer.  Worse than your average Bill.  See the Trigger page for more detail.Eliane

Played by Karen Gillan (any Dr. Who fans out there)??  You pronounce her name:  Elly-Ahhnee.  It’s not a mistyped Elaine I promise.  You’ll meet her quickly and she’ll fit into our gang quite nicely.

ginger

Ginger?  Yes, Ginger has a big role right in the beginning.  Played by Tara Buck.

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Roman Zimojic played by Christopher Meloni.  Well, seeing that I never saw True Blood when Roman was a character, I’m just using the concept of a Vampire Council Head and using the actor.  I’ve got no idea what Roman is supposed to be ‘like’ so I’ll just use him as I like.

Mickles

 

We’ll meet the Mickles at one of Eric’s properties.  Played by Liam, Luke Samantha, Chris Hemsworth.

2 thoughts on “Even the Dead Can Scar Characters

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