Madame Marielle

Heralding from another era she enjoys moonlight walks along the beach, lead lined coffins and bitter blood martinis.

Christmas time the Vampiress said.
Who should gift the poor undead?
That plump one there with out any hair,
Or the ladies that prance in their underwear?
 
Aha she thinks with a gleam in her eye,
A tasty morsel I should spy.
Alone by himself all sullen and sorry,
Tonight I hunt and make him my quarry.
What tale of woe will he have in his head?
A tale never told because soon he’ll be dead.

A close descendant of Dracula. Have a look at her lineage.

Marielle

Seduced and Sired by Symeon. First blood-child of Dracon. Her special abilities include Chiroptera transformation and hypnosis.

 

 

 

Work in progress
Pictured here with her favourite household items

Bitter Blood Martini.

Try Madame Marielle’s favourite cocktail for yourself.

Ingredients:

  • One teaspoon of freshly squeezed lemon juice.
  •  1/2 oz (1 part) Dry vermouth.
  • 3 oz (6 parts) Gin.
  • Four table spoons of freshly squeezed 25 year old male type A- blood.
  • One olive to garnish.

Preparation:

Warm the blood for 1 minute then pour the vermouth, gin and blood into mixing glass. Stir well. Strain into warmed martini cocktail glass. Squeeze lemon peel into the drink just before serving and garnish with olive.

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