Obviously, Lestat isn't straight. As he Declares his love for Nicki and Louis. It is implied heavily that Lestat and Nicki were Lovers when they were Mortal Men, he also heavily implies that he had multiple lovers of both sexes as a mortal man. It is also implied that Lestat and Louis were lovers. So does that mean that a Vampire within this universe is capable of having sex? It's not explicitly written either way. It is written (SPOILER) in Prince Lestat that Seth and Fareed give him an IV that allows him to "achieve completion" of a sexual act with a mortal (eventually creating his son Viktor.) Without this Medical Intervention can a vampire have sex? I'm trying to write a fanfiction and it's incredibly difficult because I'm torn as it is not EXPLICITLY WRITTEN in this universe that they either cannot (as logically no bloodflow = no erection) or that they can.
What's on your mind?
hello, I have not read all the books but I know there's one with the mayfair witches, and one hybrid witch / vampire, there's one with the werewolves of the book the gift of the wolf? and werewolf / vampire hybrids?
Why does not she appear in principle Lestat?
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in Prince Lestat we are introduced to the ghosts of Former Vampires, Including Lestat's maker Magnus. However, in Memnoch the Devil, Lestat goes to both Heaven and Hell, failing to find his lover Nicki. Does that mean that Nicki is potentially a ghost we just haven't seen yet? Any thoughts? I'm writing a fanfic that approaches the "what if like Claudia, Nicki had unfinished business with Lestat so he also became a ghost?" subject.