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Aaron told us that in modern Romanian, dracul just means ‘devil.’
That diamond shone with the crimson light of a captured eldritch soul; some whispered it belonged to the ancient, long-vanquished queen of the dracul.
Vlad the Impaler was also known as Dracula, which means son of the dragon dracul in the Romanian dialect of the time.
These events occurred before the middle ages. maybe something on vlad dracul or vlad the tempest. .it was around 1430. .that is where they got the idea of the vampire dracula. .it's pretty interesting
SkInHead la: 1a06 / 2008 13: 42: 32 thx 4 thef heads grudurr la: 14 / 06 / 2008 02: 03: 55 da-le dracul de desene animate bro! hai cu mine la oeree-i sa spargem niste geamuri; am douarastii, ce zici?