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“When you blame others, what you are really saying is what is inside of you can’t be fixed, so you have no control of your own happiness. Therefore, you have made the conscience choice to give focus and fuel to a bad situation that will take you nowhere and give you nothing, but ignorance and pain.” 
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Ecaterina Beatrix Devana Dracul Tepes Is the second oldest daughter between Desdemona Nightshade and Vlad Dracula and the oldest out of the quadruplets with her younger twin sister's being Hermione, Lucretia, and Toby. She is the younger sister to Juliet and Román, and the older sister to Annabelle and the half-sister to Alexander, Dorian, MagdalenaKlaus, and Portia.

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  • Enhanced Strength: Hermione has used her enhanced strength countless times, once even to send a person flying 20 feet through the air while other times she has grappled with and overpowered others or choked them with one hand in a grip seemingly the strength of the metal.
  • Daytime Walking: User is a nocturnal creature (typically a vampire) able to withstand exposure to direct sunlight and be active during the day. This can be because they are a Dhampir, are endowed with magic or are unique physically in one way or another.
  • Mesmerization: Whoever has Hermione's face and eyes in their line if sight and whoever Beatrix has in his line of sight, Hermione can control by speaking.
  • Enhanced Durability: Even as a Dhampir Hermione would consistently cut herself without feeling much pain.
  • Regenerative Healing: Hermione can heal in a very rapid time. Though not as fast as her mother and not to the point where she will be able to avoid significant discomfort.
  • Immortality: Because Hermione is a half Vampire she can age slowly and is mostly immune to all diseases.

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  • Beatrix's middle name is Devana is the Goddess of hunting and of the forests. Etymologically cognate of the Roman Diana, and functionally correlated with the Greek Artemis.