publication date: Wednesday, February 22, 2006 (part of Round XXVII)

category: Literature

clue: Today, this bloodthirsty killer is counted among Victorian literature's greatest villains.

explanation: Dracula was a villain of Victorian literature, a blood-drinking vampire ("bloodthirsty") and Romanian count ("counted"). more…

solved by: Russ Wilhelm, Steve West, Matthew Preston, Denise Sawicki, Steve Dunn, Amy Austin, Mike Eberhart, Aaron Shurtleff, Dave Mitzman, Elliot Farney, Jerry Mathis, Scott Horowitz, Megan Baxter, Aaron Fischer, Chris McKinnon, Mihai Rusu, Michael Paul Cote, E. M., Josh Paddison, Bob Miller, Jacque Miller, John Julitz, and Michael Pajeau

player landmarks: This was the last goo solved by Michael Pajeau.

trivia: The source image comes from the Ravenloft role-playing game, an in-joke for a few players of the game.


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