Master Vampire: House Dracul. Son of the devil.
Vlad: You're mistaken. It means "Son of the dragon." "Protector of the innocent."
Master Vampire: Do your people know how many innocents you have killed? Was it hundreds?
[The Master Vampire grabs Vlad and pins him to a wall.]
Master Vampire: Lie to me again and I'll open you from your belly to your brain and feed you your intestines.
Master Vampire: And when you put them to the stake, what did you feel? Shame? Horror? Power? ANSWER ME!
Vlad: Nothing! I felt nothing. A greater crime than the act itself.
Question: Two questions. 1. Why were all of Vlad's coins melted down? As far as everyone is concerned, he had died so in a sense his own coins couldn't be used against him so melting them down seems kind of pointless. 2. Why would no portraits be made of Vlad? He had sacrificed himself to save his country and his son so he should be honored in some way.
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