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==Series 4==
 
==Series 4==
 
In series 4 [[Renfield]] uses the pigweed to give the soy blood a fruity taste. [[Count Dracula|The Count]], after drinking it, falls straight to sleep. Vlad realises that they can use the soy blood to remove the unwanted photographer. He and [[Alexandra McCauley|Miss McCauley]] both fall asleep after drinking the solution.
 
In series 4 [[Renfield]] uses the pigweed to give the soy blood a fruity taste. [[Count Dracula|The Count]], after drinking it, falls straight to sleep. Vlad realises that they can use the soy blood to remove the unwanted photographer. He and [[Alexandra McCauley|Miss McCauley]] both fall asleep after drinking the solution.
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The solution was also used by [[George Lansley]] to sedate homeless humans while blood was taken from them. {{Template:Episode Reference|411}}
 
==Series 5==
 
==Series 5==
 
In series 5 [[Shango Ramanga]] uses a pigweed solution to send Renfield to sleep while he imprisons the Draculas in [[UV Cage]]s.
 
In series 5 [[Shango Ramanga]] uses a pigweed solution to send Renfield to sleep while he imprisons the Draculas in [[UV Cage]]s.

Latest revision as of 11:44, 9 June 2014

Transylvanian Pigweed
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Creator(s): Vampires
Status: In use
Uses: Sending vampires and humans to sleep
First Appearance: The Crown of Ludlaw Erant

Transylvanian Pigweed is a natural sedative that will send both humans and vampires straight to sleep.

Series 4[edit | edit source]

In series 4 Renfield uses the pigweed to give the soy blood a fruity taste. The Count, after drinking it, falls straight to sleep. Vlad realises that they can use the soy blood to remove the unwanted photographer. He and Miss McCauley both fall asleep after drinking the solution.

The solution was also used by George Lansley to sedate homeless humans while blood was taken from them. Bootiful Breathers

Series 5[edit | edit source]

In series 5 Shango Ramanga uses a pigweed solution to send Renfield to sleep while he imprisons the Draculas in UV Cages.

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