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'''Dracula''' or '''Vlad Tepes''' has several possible meanings. Did you mean:
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'''Dracula''' or '''Vlad Țepeș''' has several possible meanings. Did you mean:
   
*[[Dracula (VTR)|Dracula, or Vlad Tepes]], the founder of the [[Ordo Dracul]] [[covenant]] in '''[[Vampire: The Requiem]]'''?
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* [[Dracula (VTM)|Dracula, or Vlad Țepeș]], an [[elder]] [[Tzimisce]] [[Vampire (WOD)|vampire]] from [[Vampire: The Masquerade]]?
*[[Vlad Tepes (VTM)|Vlad Tepes, Dracula]], an [[elder]] [[Tzimisce]] [[vampire (oWOD)|vampire]] with 4th [[Generation]] powers, from '''[[Vampire: The Masquerade]]'''?
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* [[Dracula (VTR)|Dracula, or Vlad Țepeș]], the founder of the [[Ordo Dracul]] [[covenant (VTR)|covenant]] in [[Vampire: The Requiem]]?
*[[Count Dracula]], a modern-day [[Gangrel (VTR)|Gangrel]] in '''[[Vampire: The Requiem]]'''?
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* [[Count Dracula]], a modern-day [[Gangrel (VTR)|Gangrel]] in [[Vampire: The Requiem]]?
*''[[wikipedia:Dracula (book)|Dracula]]'', the book by Bram Stoker?
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* ''{{w|Dracula (book)|Dracula}}'', the book by Bram Stoker?
*[[wikipedia:Vlad Tepes|Vlad Tepes, Dracula]], the historical figure?
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* {{w|Vlad III}}, the historical figure?
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Note that Vlad Dracula is not to be confused with his father, {{w|Vlad II Dracul|Vlad Dracul}}. "Dracula" and "Țepeș" are both are honorifics, not proper names (or hereditary family names!). "Dracula" means "son of Dracul", "Dracul" means "dragon" (or "devil"), and "Țepeș" means "impaler".
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For other uses of the name or term "Dracul", see [[Dracul]].

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Dracula or Vlad Țepeș has several possible meanings. Did you mean:


Note that Vlad Dracula is not to be confused with his father, Vlad Dracul. "Dracula" and "Țepeș" are both are honorifics, not proper names (or hereditary family names!). "Dracula" means "son of Dracul", "Dracul" means "dragon" (or "devil"), and "Țepeș" means "impaler".

For other uses of the name or term "Dracul", see Dracul.

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