The Court of Blood(Organization)
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Main Episode: Episode 44
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- Hunter Fulepet based on appearance and card text is like Van Helsing and Blade.
- Blood Countess Bathory is likely a reference to the real life Elizabeth Báthory, a Hungarian Countess who lived from 1560 until 1614. She was arrested in 1610 for kidnapping and torture of young women (some estimates put the total at over 650 victims, although the "verified" count is closer to 80) and was subject to house arrest for the last 4 years of her life. She's entered into vampire folklore due to the unsubstantiated rumor that she bathed in the blood of virgins to maintain her youth.
- Likewise, the servant Drudge Ficko could be a reference to a servant condemned as an accomplice and subsequently beheaded and Dame Katarina could be named after the real Countess's daughter.
- The deck's red and green color scheme is also similar to the Countess's personal coat of arms.