It’s the weekend and the sun just set! So, what will this fine evening bring? Any plans?
Eleanor decides to call on her friends. She has a great many, and she can always make many more. In fact, she even calls certain numbers at random, dazzling strangers and inviting them out for the time of their life. If she was more malicious, she would quickly get a dinner out of them. But there’s more to life than blood.
Because Lunch, well, your Midnight Snack, is more fun with company, who do you want to join you?
Eleanor was able to ask a complete stranger out to lunch: Betty Rowan, a typist. Eleanor likes the air around her. She likes the way Betty’s eyes appear alit and the way she must run and skip everywhere, never walks. Eleanor decides to take a gamble and tell Betty she’s a vampire—as expected, the information excites Betty, not frightens her. The two of them talk so much that Lunch is barely even eaten.
After your Midnight Snack, you are up for some fun. What are you going to do?
Eleanor and Betty decide to have some fun the way most 20-something year old women do—pranking the local priests. Eleanor enjoys giving them a good scare now and then—it serves them right for killing so many of her kind. If they want to believe they’re monsters, why not play the part?
That’s how it was supposed to go, however—a prank. It should have been harmless. A quick jumpscare. A hiss. Showing off some of the fangs. Oh, how he screamed as he backed away from her.
And Betty, she was just supposed to jump out from behind him. Give him an additional fright. Jumble his nerves.
And she did jump. She did scare him. Scared him good.
The thing is…she also pushed him.
Into the river.
The way he hit his head on the rock…the way his body floated down the water….
And the way…Betty didn’t seem at all horrified. Wasn’t she supposed to be the human one?
The night sky is turning gray, the stars start hiding—but you still want to do something. What’s that?
Eleanor broke away from Betty after that. She told her she had to go home before the sun came up, which is true.
But she made just the quickest of pit stops at the park, where many women gather and chat and gossip.
“Oh, Betty?” they say to her. “You certainly are brave. I wouldn’t mess if that one, no way, no how.”
“Whyever not?” Eleanor asked them.
“Don’t you know? She killed her family. Took a hammer and shattered their skulls. And when the cops try to arrest her, she shattered their skulls too!”
“My!” said Eleanor.
The gathering, chatting, gossiping women shake their heads. “She’s to be avoided, that girl. Unless, of course, you are very, very brave.”
The night is over. You have retreated to a resting place for the day. Are you still doing something?
Eleanor leans back on her bed, thinking of Betty. Isn’t it amazing how the world can tell you you’re the monster, yet they do things like this?
Eleanor was never malicious. She did harmless pranks. She always got consent before drinking one’s blood. There’s more to life than blood. There is.
But the way Betty’s eyes shined when she killed that priest…
Eleanor reaches over and dials Betty’s number. They simply must have Lunch again.
Happy Spooky season!!!! Time to embrace as much horror and murder mysteries as possible (as if I don’t already do that year-round :3c)
This solo roleplay was a quick one, but ended up being pretty good! This is Miss Dracula by WuDeRPG. It’s what it says on the tin! You live out a night of being a female Dracula! Whether things go good or bad depends on a coin flip, and I (as usual) let my imagination get away from me.
Note: originally, the game did use AI for art, but the creator has since updated the cover art and commissioned an artist (at least, according to my research). When the AI art was used, it was about-ish 2 years ago and the harm that AI could do was not yet well-known. The creator has since grown, so feel free to play in good faith! ouo)b
Finally, I’ll probably never actually share this, but I have been wanting to play around with Ren’py more, but all the ideas I have are always too ambitious and end up failing. I might use this as a practice scenario so I can actually learn how the program works. I even already have the art done!
Again, will probably NEVER share it, but uhm, if you need a sign to work on something that you know you’re not good at, but you’ve always wanted to practice, this is it! ouo