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Dracul Castle, Transylvania;
Magician, Leader of the vampires
Count Dracul, also called Bloody Dracul, was a character who only appeared in musicals.
He is first introduced as an antagonist. Undead Berserk and Death Lamia ask for his help to defeat the Sailor Senshi but he secretly works to undermine them and steal the Sammael Flasks and the resulting homunculus for his own so his daughter can drink their blood. He does so by freeing ChibiUsa and Hotaru, and by secretly turning one of the Death Nightmares, Mamoru and Michiru into vampires and using them against the senshi and other villains. He lives in a castle located in Shizen Park and apparently works as a magician.
He states he is the basis for the story of Dracula, and it is later revealed he is the Biblical Abel who became a vampire after being struck down by Cain after God chose Abel's sword over his. Despite being the basis for vampire myths, traditional methods of killing a vampire—a cross, stake though the heart, garlic, and being exposed to sunlight—don't work. Humorously, the Senshi also try milk and a mirror, which also don't work.
In the first musical he is struck by Berserk's "Samael Energy Power" attack when he jumps in front of Sailor Moon; it is assumed he died but in the next musical it is revealed he was merely banished to the underworld and returns at the end of the first half of the musical. He then spends much of the musical recovering in his coffin.