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Cast : Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Amanda Bearse, Roddy McDowall, Stephen Geoffreys, Jonathan Stark, Dorothy Fielding, Art J. Evans.

The film follows Charley Brewster ( William Ragsdale ), a huge fan of traditional Gothic horror films, as he starts to suspect his neighbor of being less than human. He stays up late most nights watching the horror movie TV series “Fright Night” hosted by Charley’s hero, Hammer Horror style actor Peter Vincent ( Roddy McDowall ), who played a vampire killer for many years in horror movies.

Charley then turns to Peter Vincent, for help, but Peter dismisses Charley as an obsessed fan. Charley’s girlfriend, Amy Peterson ( Amanda Bearse ), fears for Charley’s sanity and safety so she hires the financially destitute Vincent to “prove” that Jerry is not a vampire by having him ingest what they claim is “holy water”, but it turns out to only be tap water (Jerry having claimed to Peter that ingesting actual holy water would be against his religious convictions).

Vincent accidentally discovers Jerry’s true nature after glancing his lack of a reflection in his pocket mirror, which causes him to accidentally drop and smash the mirror. With this terrifying knowledge Peter flees, but not before Jerry realizes Peter’s discovery after finding a piece of his pocket mirror on the floor.

Jerry hunts down and turns Charley’s friend, “Evil Ed” Thompson ( Stephen Geoffreys ), into a vampire. Ed then visits Peter and tries to attack him, only to be warded off when injured by a crucifix. Meanwhile, Jerry chases Charley and Amy into a club. While Charley is trying to call Peter for help, Jerry hypnotizes and abducts Amy, who bears a resemblance to Jerry’s lost love (whom Jerry has a painting of). With nowhere left to turn, Charley attempts to gain Peter’s help once more.

A few nights later Peter returns to his Fright Night TV series and announces a break from vampires, instead selecting to present an alien invasion movie, watched in Charley’s bedroom by Charley and Amy. The last shot shows two red eyes appearing from the darkness of Jerry’s house and Ed’s voice laughing and saying “Oh, you’re so cool, Brewster!”

The fan-made Unofficial Patch removes many bugs and adds multiple features like widescreen support. The Unofficial Patch is available in two flavors Basic and Plus :

Vampires (also known as The Cold Ones in Quileute legends) are the primary supernatural creatures of the Twilight universe . They are immortal beings who feed and survive on the blood of humans or animals.

Vampires are one of the four known supernatural species in the Twilight series, with the others being vampire-human hybrids , true  werewolves  (also called Children of the Moon), and shapeshifters . Though generally not thought as supernatural, humans might also be classified as such; vampires and Children of the Moon are transformed humans (by venom and infection, respectively); shapeshifters are a human population with gifts of their own; and, occasionally, humans show gifts of their own . 

The origin of the vampire race remains a mystery. Contrary to popular belief, in the Twilight universe , vampires deviate from those of traditional myth; a fact often alluded to in the series, usually for humor. For example, all vampires have refined and perfected physical features (including their scent and voice), allowing them to lure in prey.

Their skin is flawless and textured with a marble-like substance much harder and stronger than granite. Due to the crystalline properties of their cells, when a vampire is exposed to sunlight, their body will sparkle like diamonds. For vampires who feed on human blood, their eyes reflect a deep red, as opposed to those who drink animal blood, whose eyes will reflect a medium gold color. Vampires also possess superhuman powers, such as speed and strength. They also have incredibly keen senses and are able to hear for miles and see in total darkness.

Vampires are indeed immortal unless destroyed. Unable to sleep, they spend all days and nights awake. After transformation, a few vampires show special abilities such as foresight or telepathy , usually a prominent personality or physical trait magnified from their human life. Most of them, however, do not. Vampires are unharmed by garlic, holy items, or wooden stakes; they have reflections and shadows, and are able to walk freely in the sunlight without being physically damaged by it.

Vampires subsist on blood as their only food source. Human blood is by far the most common source and the most appealing, and subsequently the most difficult to resist.

Heather Poe is a supporting character in Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines . She is a young woman whom the fledgling may come across and become involved with over the events of the game. She is a potential ghoul.

Heather is a fashion design student attending college in Los Angeles , living alone with her grandmother. Prior to the game's events, her parents died in a car accident.

She can be found critically injured in an operation room of the Medical Clinic , located in Santa Monica . If the fledgling spoke with Knox Harrington or asked Mercurio about vampire blood earlier, the option to save her by offering vampire blood will be available. If this does not occur before the completion of the Elizabethan Rendezvous quest, she will die from her wounds.

If saved, Heather shows up a few nights later, in front of the Venture Tower in Downtown to thank the fledgling for saving her life. The fledgling then has the option of either letting her live with them, or freeing her from the blood bond.

The last chance to release her is before the Society for the Preservation of Professors quest is initiated or completed. If she is not released in any other version of the game, she will die as part of the story.

It is difficult to guess who Heather really was before she met the Protagonist. Her thinking and behavior were likely altered significantly by the blood bond . She seems to have been an average person though perhaps more kind and naive than some. She may have been depressed after the death of her parents and lonely because she had no one special in her life. This could explain why she seems to view the Protagonist as a kind of lover regardless of their feelings towards her.

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Cast : Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Amanda Bearse, Roddy McDowall, Stephen Geoffreys, Jonathan Stark, Dorothy Fielding, Art J. Evans.

The film follows Charley Brewster ( William Ragsdale ), a huge fan of traditional Gothic horror films, as he starts to suspect his neighbor of being less than human. He stays up late most nights watching the horror movie TV series “Fright Night” hosted by Charley’s hero, Hammer Horror style actor Peter Vincent ( Roddy McDowall ), who played a vampire killer for many years in horror movies.

Charley then turns to Peter Vincent, for help, but Peter dismisses Charley as an obsessed fan. Charley’s girlfriend, Amy Peterson ( Amanda Bearse ), fears for Charley’s sanity and safety so she hires the financially destitute Vincent to “prove” that Jerry is not a vampire by having him ingest what they claim is “holy water”, but it turns out to only be tap water (Jerry having claimed to Peter that ingesting actual holy water would be against his religious convictions).

Vincent accidentally discovers Jerry’s true nature after glancing his lack of a reflection in his pocket mirror, which causes him to accidentally drop and smash the mirror. With this terrifying knowledge Peter flees, but not before Jerry realizes Peter’s discovery after finding a piece of his pocket mirror on the floor.

Jerry hunts down and turns Charley’s friend, “Evil Ed” Thompson ( Stephen Geoffreys ), into a vampire. Ed then visits Peter and tries to attack him, only to be warded off when injured by a crucifix. Meanwhile, Jerry chases Charley and Amy into a club. While Charley is trying to call Peter for help, Jerry hypnotizes and abducts Amy, who bears a resemblance to Jerry’s lost love (whom Jerry has a painting of). With nowhere left to turn, Charley attempts to gain Peter’s help once more.

A few nights later Peter returns to his Fright Night TV series and announces a break from vampires, instead selecting to present an alien invasion movie, watched in Charley’s bedroom by Charley and Amy. The last shot shows two red eyes appearing from the darkness of Jerry’s house and Ed’s voice laughing and saying “Oh, you’re so cool, Brewster!”

The fan-made Unofficial Patch removes many bugs and adds multiple features like widescreen support. The Unofficial Patch is available in two flavors Basic and Plus :

Cast : Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Amanda Bearse, Roddy McDowall, Stephen Geoffreys, Jonathan Stark, Dorothy Fielding, Art J. Evans.

The film follows Charley Brewster ( William Ragsdale ), a huge fan of traditional Gothic horror films, as he starts to suspect his neighbor of being less than human. He stays up late most nights watching the horror movie TV series “Fright Night” hosted by Charley’s hero, Hammer Horror style actor Peter Vincent ( Roddy McDowall ), who played a vampire killer for many years in horror movies.

Charley then turns to Peter Vincent, for help, but Peter dismisses Charley as an obsessed fan. Charley’s girlfriend, Amy Peterson ( Amanda Bearse ), fears for Charley’s sanity and safety so she hires the financially destitute Vincent to “prove” that Jerry is not a vampire by having him ingest what they claim is “holy water”, but it turns out to only be tap water (Jerry having claimed to Peter that ingesting actual holy water would be against his religious convictions).

Vincent accidentally discovers Jerry’s true nature after glancing his lack of a reflection in his pocket mirror, which causes him to accidentally drop and smash the mirror. With this terrifying knowledge Peter flees, but not before Jerry realizes Peter’s discovery after finding a piece of his pocket mirror on the floor.

Jerry hunts down and turns Charley’s friend, “Evil Ed” Thompson ( Stephen Geoffreys ), into a vampire. Ed then visits Peter and tries to attack him, only to be warded off when injured by a crucifix. Meanwhile, Jerry chases Charley and Amy into a club. While Charley is trying to call Peter for help, Jerry hypnotizes and abducts Amy, who bears a resemblance to Jerry’s lost love (whom Jerry has a painting of). With nowhere left to turn, Charley attempts to gain Peter’s help once more.

A few nights later Peter returns to his Fright Night TV series and announces a break from vampires, instead selecting to present an alien invasion movie, watched in Charley’s bedroom by Charley and Amy. The last shot shows two red eyes appearing from the darkness of Jerry’s house and Ed’s voice laughing and saying “Oh, you’re so cool, Brewster!”

The fan-made Unofficial Patch removes many bugs and adds multiple features like widescreen support. The Unofficial Patch is available in two flavors Basic and Plus :

Vampires (also known as The Cold Ones in Quileute legends) are the primary supernatural creatures of the Twilight universe . They are immortal beings who feed and survive on the blood of humans or animals.

Vampires are one of the four known supernatural species in the Twilight series, with the others being vampire-human hybrids , true  werewolves  (also called Children of the Moon), and shapeshifters . Though generally not thought as supernatural, humans might also be classified as such; vampires and Children of the Moon are transformed humans (by venom and infection, respectively); shapeshifters are a human population with gifts of their own; and, occasionally, humans show gifts of their own . 

The origin of the vampire race remains a mystery. Contrary to popular belief, in the Twilight universe , vampires deviate from those of traditional myth; a fact often alluded to in the series, usually for humor. For example, all vampires have refined and perfected physical features (including their scent and voice), allowing them to lure in prey.

Their skin is flawless and textured with a marble-like substance much harder and stronger than granite. Due to the crystalline properties of their cells, when a vampire is exposed to sunlight, their body will sparkle like diamonds. For vampires who feed on human blood, their eyes reflect a deep red, as opposed to those who drink animal blood, whose eyes will reflect a medium gold color. Vampires also possess superhuman powers, such as speed and strength. They also have incredibly keen senses and are able to hear for miles and see in total darkness.

Vampires are indeed immortal unless destroyed. Unable to sleep, they spend all days and nights awake. After transformation, a few vampires show special abilities such as foresight or telepathy , usually a prominent personality or physical trait magnified from their human life. Most of them, however, do not. Vampires are unharmed by garlic, holy items, or wooden stakes; they have reflections and shadows, and are able to walk freely in the sunlight without being physically damaged by it.

Vampires subsist on blood as their only food source. Human blood is by far the most common source and the most appealing, and subsequently the most difficult to resist.

Cast : Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Amanda Bearse, Roddy McDowall, Stephen Geoffreys, Jonathan Stark, Dorothy Fielding, Art J. Evans.

The film follows Charley Brewster ( William Ragsdale ), a huge fan of traditional Gothic horror films, as he starts to suspect his neighbor of being less than human. He stays up late most nights watching the horror movie TV series “Fright Night” hosted by Charley’s hero, Hammer Horror style actor Peter Vincent ( Roddy McDowall ), who played a vampire killer for many years in horror movies.

Charley then turns to Peter Vincent, for help, but Peter dismisses Charley as an obsessed fan. Charley’s girlfriend, Amy Peterson ( Amanda Bearse ), fears for Charley’s sanity and safety so she hires the financially destitute Vincent to “prove” that Jerry is not a vampire by having him ingest what they claim is “holy water”, but it turns out to only be tap water (Jerry having claimed to Peter that ingesting actual holy water would be against his religious convictions).

Vincent accidentally discovers Jerry’s true nature after glancing his lack of a reflection in his pocket mirror, which causes him to accidentally drop and smash the mirror. With this terrifying knowledge Peter flees, but not before Jerry realizes Peter’s discovery after finding a piece of his pocket mirror on the floor.

Jerry hunts down and turns Charley’s friend, “Evil Ed” Thompson ( Stephen Geoffreys ), into a vampire. Ed then visits Peter and tries to attack him, only to be warded off when injured by a crucifix. Meanwhile, Jerry chases Charley and Amy into a club. While Charley is trying to call Peter for help, Jerry hypnotizes and abducts Amy, who bears a resemblance to Jerry’s lost love (whom Jerry has a painting of). With nowhere left to turn, Charley attempts to gain Peter’s help once more.

A few nights later Peter returns to his Fright Night TV series and announces a break from vampires, instead selecting to present an alien invasion movie, watched in Charley’s bedroom by Charley and Amy. The last shot shows two red eyes appearing from the darkness of Jerry’s house and Ed’s voice laughing and saying “Oh, you’re so cool, Brewster!”

Cast : Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Amanda Bearse, Roddy McDowall, Stephen Geoffreys, Jonathan Stark, Dorothy Fielding, Art J. Evans.

The film follows Charley Brewster ( William Ragsdale ), a huge fan of traditional Gothic horror films, as he starts to suspect his neighbor of being less than human. He stays up late most nights watching the horror movie TV series “Fright Night” hosted by Charley’s hero, Hammer Horror style actor Peter Vincent ( Roddy McDowall ), who played a vampire killer for many years in horror movies.

Charley then turns to Peter Vincent, for help, but Peter dismisses Charley as an obsessed fan. Charley’s girlfriend, Amy Peterson ( Amanda Bearse ), fears for Charley’s sanity and safety so she hires the financially destitute Vincent to “prove” that Jerry is not a vampire by having him ingest what they claim is “holy water”, but it turns out to only be tap water (Jerry having claimed to Peter that ingesting actual holy water would be against his religious convictions).

Vincent accidentally discovers Jerry’s true nature after glancing his lack of a reflection in his pocket mirror, which causes him to accidentally drop and smash the mirror. With this terrifying knowledge Peter flees, but not before Jerry realizes Peter’s discovery after finding a piece of his pocket mirror on the floor.

Jerry hunts down and turns Charley’s friend, “Evil Ed” Thompson ( Stephen Geoffreys ), into a vampire. Ed then visits Peter and tries to attack him, only to be warded off when injured by a crucifix. Meanwhile, Jerry chases Charley and Amy into a club. While Charley is trying to call Peter for help, Jerry hypnotizes and abducts Amy, who bears a resemblance to Jerry’s lost love (whom Jerry has a painting of). With nowhere left to turn, Charley attempts to gain Peter’s help once more.

A few nights later Peter returns to his Fright Night TV series and announces a break from vampires, instead selecting to present an alien invasion movie, watched in Charley’s bedroom by Charley and Amy. The last shot shows two red eyes appearing from the darkness of Jerry’s house and Ed’s voice laughing and saying “Oh, you’re so cool, Brewster!”

The fan-made Unofficial Patch removes many bugs and adds multiple features like widescreen support. The Unofficial Patch is available in two flavors Basic and Plus :

Vampires (also known as The Cold Ones in Quileute legends) are the primary supernatural creatures of the Twilight universe . They are immortal beings who feed and survive on the blood of humans or animals.

Vampires are one of the four known supernatural species in the Twilight series, with the others being vampire-human hybrids , true  werewolves  (also called Children of the Moon), and shapeshifters . Though generally not thought as supernatural, humans might also be classified as such; vampires and Children of the Moon are transformed humans (by venom and infection, respectively); shapeshifters are a human population with gifts of their own; and, occasionally, humans show gifts of their own . 

The origin of the vampire race remains a mystery. Contrary to popular belief, in the Twilight universe , vampires deviate from those of traditional myth; a fact often alluded to in the series, usually for humor. For example, all vampires have refined and perfected physical features (including their scent and voice), allowing them to lure in prey.

Their skin is flawless and textured with a marble-like substance much harder and stronger than granite. Due to the crystalline properties of their cells, when a vampire is exposed to sunlight, their body will sparkle like diamonds. For vampires who feed on human blood, their eyes reflect a deep red, as opposed to those who drink animal blood, whose eyes will reflect a medium gold color. Vampires also possess superhuman powers, such as speed and strength. They also have incredibly keen senses and are able to hear for miles and see in total darkness.

Vampires are indeed immortal unless destroyed. Unable to sleep, they spend all days and nights awake. After transformation, a few vampires show special abilities such as foresight or telepathy , usually a prominent personality or physical trait magnified from their human life. Most of them, however, do not. Vampires are unharmed by garlic, holy items, or wooden stakes; they have reflections and shadows, and are able to walk freely in the sunlight without being physically damaged by it.

Vampires subsist on blood as their only food source. Human blood is by far the most common source and the most appealing, and subsequently the most difficult to resist.

Heather Poe is a supporting character in Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines . She is a young woman whom the fledgling may come across and become involved with over the events of the game. She is a potential ghoul.

Heather is a fashion design student attending college in Los Angeles , living alone with her grandmother. Prior to the game's events, her parents died in a car accident.

She can be found critically injured in an operation room of the Medical Clinic , located in Santa Monica . If the fledgling spoke with Knox Harrington or asked Mercurio about vampire blood earlier, the option to save her by offering vampire blood will be available. If this does not occur before the completion of the Elizabethan Rendezvous quest, she will die from her wounds.

If saved, Heather shows up a few nights later, in front of the Venture Tower in Downtown to thank the fledgling for saving her life. The fledgling then has the option of either letting her live with them, or freeing her from the blood bond.

The last chance to release her is before the Society for the Preservation of Professors quest is initiated or completed. If she is not released in any other version of the game, she will die as part of the story.

It is difficult to guess who Heather really was before she met the Protagonist. Her thinking and behavior were likely altered significantly by the blood bond . She seems to have been an average person though perhaps more kind and naive than some. She may have been depressed after the death of her parents and lonely because she had no one special in her life. This could explain why she seems to view the Protagonist as a kind of lover regardless of their feelings towards her.


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