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- Sucks to your ass-mar!

"…I am coming for you…"

I would watch the fuck out of a series revolving around Abraham when he’s younger. His life is so interesting and tragic.

God, I love this character.

Eichhorst needs a new fucking hobby that doesn’t involve him stalking Abraham across countries and decades.

Being a Nazi Vampire - Really insightful interview by none other than Richard Sammel of The Strain, who gives his views on his complex character Thomas Eichhorst, vampires, Eichhorst’s relationship with Abraham, being typecast to play a Nazi and stereotypical roles given to German actors.

Being a Nazi Vampire - Really insightful interview by none other than Richard Sammel of The Strain, who gives his views on his complex character Thomas Eichhorst, vampires, Eichhorst’s relationship with Abraham, being typecast to play a Nazi and stereotypical roles given to German actors.

Let’s be honest here: we all wish we had a badass grandpa like Abraham.

Anonymous asked: Fuck/Marry/Kill - The Strain Characters!

Lol, these seem to be everywhere lately! Ah well, guess it’s my turn.

Fuck: Since I’m basing this on looks alone…

I feel horrible for saying this but…Eichhorst. Ugh. Horrible excuse for a human being, but well; he’s got that whole silver-fox-hot-older-guy look going for him plus he’s foreign. Now that we’re on it, Gus too - I like his bad-boy cocky face and his very impressive body. Damn Gus!

Both are only good for a romp though, as their personalities leave much to be desired in terms of a partner. And Eichhorst is plain evil.

Marry: Abraham absolutely, though when he’s young of course. (Not that I don’t love him when he’s older, but c’mon, he’s like 90). Anyway, he’s compassionate, brave, smart, good with his hands (helllllooo carpenter/vampire slayer!) and he desperately needs a good cuddle since his life is so horrible, poor baby. Not to mention he’s extremely good looking and has an epic sword that sings of silver.

Kill: This is a no brainer - Eph. Oh boy, Eph. Does he get more unlikable in every episode or is it just me? What a pity he’s the main character - he needs some serious development. There are several other characters I dislike as well, but Eph being the main character and so unlikable - that’s just no good.

Not even Abraham is immune to Gus.

Friendly reminder that Abraham Setrakian was very good looking when he was young.

Gotta love his big blue eyes and charming smile.

In which Eichhorst needs a pay raise and Gus is well…Gus.

Abraham Setrakian, Vasily Fet, Gus Elizalde and Mr. Quinlan need to join forces so they can be the most epic badass quartet in history.
I mean, you’ll have the perfect balance of epicness:

Grumpy Old Mentor
Sassy Almighty Janitor
Hot-tempered Hooligan
Half Vampire-Half Human Black Ops

They’ll drive around the city in their headquarters bread truck fighting crime, kicking ass and ridding the world of evillllll!
Seriously, this shit needs to happen ASAP.

Abraham Setrakian, Vasily Fet, Gus Elizalde and Mr. Quinlan need to join forces so they can be the most epic badass quartet in history.

I mean, you’ll have the perfect balance of epicness:

Grumpy Old Mentor

Sassy Almighty Janitor

Hot-tempered Hooligan

Half Vampire-Half Human Black Ops

They’ll drive around the city in their headquarters bread truck fighting crime, kicking ass and ridding the world of evillllll!

Seriously, this shit needs to happen ASAP.

Choices are everything. They are what shape a man, and perhaps his destiny.

It’s interesting to see the differences between Abraham and Thomas when confronted by The Master, especially as it plays up the differences of their characters and is really what puts them on the start of their different paths in life. This is what sets the gears of their fate as life-long enemies turning.

First there’s Setrakian.

Abraham is horrified. He’s desperately frightened, he calls out to his God to save him from this monster he’s encountered in the camp. He doesn’t want anything to do with this creature that he’s seen prey upon and devour his fellow inmates. He knows at least partly what it is from legends he’s been told as a child; he knows what it can do, he has seen it with his own eyes. And he wants nothing to do with it; all he wants is to get away from this foul creature alive. He rejects The Master in his entirety, and his fate is chosen, though unconsciously for the moment.

Then there is Eichhorst.

Thomas on the other hand, is eager. He’s waited for this for a long time, bidding his time abet impatiently. He calls out to The Master in agony when he thinks that The Master has rejected him in a moment of absolute despair, when everything is falling to pieces around him. Thomas craves power; he has an insatiable hunger for it; it consumes him and he allows it to. He is willing to give up everything for the power he so desires - and he does. Thomas goes to The Master in anticipation and eagerness; he accepts The Master in his entirety, and his fate is chosen completely aware though uncaring that he is giving up his very humanity for his desire.

Setrakian confronts The Master in fear, hatred and rejection.

Eichhorst confronts The Master in awe, respect and desire.

Choices; choices are everything.

Extra: Please do not post spoilers in reply to this post; if you feel the need to, please put SPOILER before what you want to say. I like others, have not read the books yet (this only because I am on the bottom of a rather long waiting list), and do not wish to be spoiled. Thank you.

Friendly reminder that Usagi Tsukino is an absolute angel sent from heaven.