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'Black Butler: Book Of Vampire' - AnnouncementFrom the writer of "Black Butler II: Trancy's Tale" and "Black Butler: Blood Winter" comes "Black Butler: Book Of Vampire", a 3 episode horror mystery series, which pits the estimable Lord Phantomhive and his dashing demonic butler against someone whom fans have long clamored for: the lord of vampires, the tyrant of Caparthia, the original bat man himself, Dracula.
His Butler, At Whitby:
In the sleepy port town of Whitby, the Russian vessel The Demeter reaches port in the fog, but all aboard are dead and a mysterious hound-like creature is prowling through the local countryside, slaughtering man and beast alike. The last thing its victims see are a set of horrible, red eyes...
His Butler, and The Count:
A spate of strange deaths plague London, with people found with puncture wounds on their necks and drained dry. Meanwhile, a mad woman screams of a coming 'rain', and a dashing foreign Count makes his debut in high society...His Butler, In Car
Black Butler: Sweetest Soul Prologue
Author’s Notes: Recently got into Black Butler, thanks to a friend of mine Amber. Once getting to episode 6, I realized I liked it enough to make an OC and a story began to emerge. I told her the idea and she immediately wanted to help me with it and even offered me the usage of some of her OCs. Raelinn, Adrian and Vernon all belong to her. Sabrina belongs to me. All canons belong to Yana Toboso.
I have done some good research on this story to be sure I keep to the era the series belongs to, which is the year 1888 at the start and ends in 1889. Before I go any further, I apologize for the dialogue not being in tune to the era, but I have tried. When re-enacting the past, not often you’re going to get everything correct.
This story starts in Canada, which was formed in 1867 where several British Colonies first formed Canada. At the time the known country of Canada was considerably smaller. There were only four Provinces named as part of Canada and they were Ontario, Quebec,
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The breeze was cool against the deceiver's skin. The moon shone quite dull in the dark sky, making his midnight stroll eerie, cold, and depressing. Just like every other night.
When was the last time he'd actually gotten a good night's sleep? He wasn't sure himself. Probably around the time Ayano was still alive. Kano laughed humorlessly, the hollow sound echoing off the quiet street. Everything had gone downhill for him. He was tumbling into an endless abyss of despair and no one, not even himself, could save him now.
Depressing thoughts were exactly why Kano took a walk in the middle of the night. Sleeping brought unwanted memories and emotions. Memories brought only pain. And so, he put off sleep as long as he could until, hopefully, he could have a dreamless slumber for what time he had remaining of that night.
It was raining. Kano hadn't noticed until he had stepped into a dark alleyway, much to his surprise. Usually he wasn't that lost in thought. It was awfully quiet