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However, their renewed relationship hits a few bumps as Debbie has different desires from Alcide and also suspects him of having feelings for Sookie. She almost leaves Alcide for her new pack master Marcus, but Alcide arrives and kills him before breaking up with Debbie. In the last episode of season 4 Debbie, having been abjured by Alcide, turns up in Sookie's house with a shotgun and attempts to shoot Sookie.

She shoots Tara in the side of the head after Tara pushed Sookie out of the way, and in retaliation Sookie kills Debbie while Debbie begs for her life on the floor. Her first appearances were in a dream realm Sookie, while being comatose after getting drained, and Bill, after ingesting faerie blood, visit.

She later appears when she gets Sookie to Faerie, a realm inhabited by faeries and part-faeries, which Sookie escapes from, after learning the faeries' true intentions with her and other part-faeries. Claudine is drained and killed by the amnesiac Eric after she comes back to the human realm to get Sookie back to Faerie. Antonia repeats this act in Bon Temps four centuries later, after inhabiting Marnie's body inside Bill's compound.

She eventually becomes disheartened over the collateral damage done in her war against the vampires, however, and leaves Marnie's body. But Marnie convinces Antonia to re-bond with her, for she wants to continue the war with Antonia as her source of power. After Marnie kills a member of their coven, Antonia sees that Marnie has become evil and leaves her body; but Marnie puts a binding spell on her and draws her back in. Antonia is finally freed from Marnie by Jesus, and all the spells she has performed have been broken.

In the last episode of season 4, Antonia returns to Marnie to ease her passage to the afterlife and to comfort and forgive her. Bent on seeing her baby one last time, she doesn't find rest and wanders as a spirit, showing herself to Mikey Bellefleur and Lafayette. After possessing Lafayette the matter is resolved, and with the help of Jesus she leaves in peace with the spirit of her baby. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Learn how and when to remove these template messages.

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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Sookie Stackhouse is a telepathic waitress in a small-town restaurant. Because of her ability, she has difficulty forming lasting human relationships. She becomes involved in a romantic relationship with a vampire, Bill, upon discovering that she can't read his mind. This relationship with a supernatural being causes controversy amongst the residents of her small town. Through Bill, she finds herself entering a world of creatures and supernatural conflict that surpasses even her worst nightmares.

Sookie has lived with her grandmother, Adele Stackhouse, since childhood, after the death of her parents. After Adele's death, Sookie inherits the home. It is revealed in season 3 that Sookie is part faerie, a race of supernaturals who are widely believed to have been driven to extinction by vampires, who drained them of their blood to obtain the ability to walk in the sun.

The faeries commonly refer to this as "stealing their light" and hence have a distinct fear and hatred of vampires. It is from the faeries that Sookie inherited her telepathic powers, magical light and apparently delicious-tasting blood. Sookie comes into contact with a community of faeries living in a hidden world in Bon Temps and, after learning of Bill's betrayal at the end of season 3, joins them in their magical world.

She quickly learns their communication with her was a trick to keep all the humans with faerie DNA in the faerie world. Sookie returns to Bon Temps after a few minutes, only to learn that a year has passed in the human world. They develop a relationship, and Eric gradually falls in love with Sookie. When Tara, Holly, and the others at the Moon Goddess emporium are held captive near the end of season 4, Sookie brings Jason, Jesus, and Lafayette to save them. Their plan fails and only Jason escapes. The others eventually flee with the help of Sookie's faerie powers and "Brujo" magic from Jesus.

Unknown to the group, Marnie uses Lafayette's medium ability to inhabit his body, after which she kills Jesus for his magic and attempts to kill Bill and Eric. Holly creates a safe circle and, with the help of Tara and Sookie, calls for friends, family members, and ancestors from beyond to help them.

Sookie sees her Gran, Adele Stackhouse, and confesses she is lost without her. Gran tells her the answer is in her heart, and that there's no fear in being alone. After letting Bill and Eric feed from her to heal them, she breaks off her relationship with both vampires. She returns home where Debbie Pelt, who blames Sookie after being abjured by Alcide, is waiting with a shotgun. Tara jumps in the firing line and is shot in the head, after which Sookie fatally shoots Debbie. Season 5 begins Sookie and Lafayette reluctantly convincing Pam to turn Tara in to a vampire, a decision causes tension between Sookie and vampire-hating Tara.

Sookie is forced to tell Alcide the truth about Debbie's death when the Pelts come to Bon Temps in search of their daughter, but Alcide tells them it was Marcus Bosman who killed their daughter. After drowning her sorrows with alcohol, Sookie is visited by Alcide. He informs Sookie that he lied, meaning she is no longer a suspect in Debbie's death, and she responds by kissing him, oblivious to the fact that Bill and Eric are watching from outside. The two vampires eventually interrupt the couple to reveal that Russell Edgington is on the loose.

Sookie uses her faerie power to help them find Russell's hiding place. Having completed her mission with the vampires, Sookie focuses on her family as Jason discovers that their parents were killed by vampires. He takes her to a cloaked faerie nightclub, where Claude reveals it was Sookie's scent, made irresistible by her faerie blood, which drew the vampire to her parents.

She attempts to rid herself of her powers, but Jason stops her and convinces her to accept her faerie nature. She is visited by a mysterious Ghost Monster, convincing her to turn to the spirit of her Gran. Adele directs Sookie and Jason toward a scroll hidden under her old bed which the "fae" help them to decode. Her ancestor promised his first fae-bearing female Sookie to Warlow, the vampire who killed her parents and appeared to her as the Ghost Monster.

After Eric saves the faeries from Russell Edgington, Sookie agrees to help him save Bill, who is locked in religious fervour. Their attempts are in vain, as Bill drinks Lilith's blood and is reborn. The season ends with Eric urging Sookie to run. Bill Compton. Bill Compton is a vampire romantically involved with Sookie.

Turned during the American Civil War against his will, Bill shows more compassion for human life than many other vampires. He is outwardly expressive of his emotions, and holds onto memories of his past human life—behaviors that are unique amongst his vampire peers. While not an extremely old vampire, Bill is quite powerful and was referred to by Russell Edgington as one of the most promising vampires in the Americas.

Bill risks his life and standing in vampire society to protect Sookie from those who wish to take advantage of her fae ancestry. It is revealed in season 3, and hinted at in season 2, that Bill's original mission during his return to Bon Temps was to investigate reports of Sookie's fae heritage and deliver her to Queen Sophie-Anne of Louisiana, who planned to drain her blood so she could walk in the sun.

Once Sookie discovers Bill's ulterior motive behind his initial interest in her, she banishes him from her life. When he refuses, the two begin a duel to the death. Sam Merlotte is the owner of Merlotte's, where Sookie works. During the first season, Sam is characterized by his adoration and loyalty toward Sookie Stackhouse. When Bill Compton becomes involved with Sookie, he openly disapproves of their relationship and, despite initial support of vampire rights, feels as though vampires and humans should be separate whether they're equals or not.

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Sam is a shapeshifter and is often seen watching over Sookie in the form of a dog, and the first supernatural introduced to the series that isn't a vampire. It is presumable that Bill is aware that Sam is a shifter, suggesting in one episode that Sam is the only one who can protect Sookie while he is away, and displaying a coldness to Sam in his dog form. Because of his nature, Sam is targeted by a maenad in the second season. As Sam was adopted as a baby, in the third season he explores his family background and meets his somewhat backward birth family which consists of his alcoholic father, his manipulative mother and crude younger brother.

Sam's mother and brother both have the ability to shapeshift though his father does not. Sam's adoptive parents abandoned him when he was a teenager after witnessing his first transformation into a beagle. He returned home to find they had moved, leaving behind all his possessions. It is from his adoptive father, on his death bed, that he learns the identities of his birth parents though he is warned by his adoptive mother that they are bad people and he is better off not knowing them.

Sam suffers from anger issues and has a darker hidden past. Jason Stackhouse is Sookie's not-too-bright, self-involved brother, who is vigilant in defending and protecting Sookie. He supervises a road crew during the day, and is known for bedding the women of Bon Temps at night. During the first season, he is the prime suspect in the murders of four women, all of whom have a connection to him.

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After the death of his V-addict girlfriend Amy, he comes to believe that he is responsible for the murders. He is then recruited by the Fellowship of the Sun, an anti-vampire church, who approve of what they believe to be his crime of killing fangbangers. Tara Thornton has been Sookie Stackhouse's best friend since they were children. Tara grew up in a very abusive home with an alcoholic mother, and consequently finds it difficult to fit in with normal society or to trust people. She is very adept at reading people and constantly distances herself from others by speaking her observations candidly and plainly.

As a result, she has difficulty holding down a job until she becomes a bartender at Merlotte's. In the first season, Tara deals with her alcoholic mother and ultimately pays for her mother to have a faux exorcism from "Miss Jeanette" who turns out to be a pharmacist in a nearby town who was scamming them. Before discovering the scam, Tara returns to Miss Jeanette for her own exorcism which she believes will put her life on track.

During the exorcism ritual Tara sees herself as a child with black eyes, though this is later revealed to have been Maryann's consciousness attracted by the spiritual power of ritual. In the second season, she is under the influence of the maenad Maryann Forrester, who manipulates her intense relationship with a man named Eggs Benedict.

Eggs is shot dead by Jason while admitting forcefully to Andy Bellefleur his guilt to the murders Maryann forced him to do while under her influence. Having lost the only man she ever loved, Tara attempts suicide in the third season by taking pills though the attempt is thwarted by Lafayette. Lafayette Reynolds is a short order cook at Merlotte's, a drug dealer, a member of Jason Stackhouse's road crew, and Tara's cousin.

During the first season, he is seen selling vampire blood. Due to this, Eric captures and tortures him in the second season, only to instruct him on selling vampire blood once again in the third season, at the queen's orders. In the third season, Lafayette is introduced to a male witch, Jesus, who becomes his romantic interest. Jesus works as a nurse for Lafayette's mother, Ruby Jean Alfre Woodard , who is mentally ill, though she often has moments of unexpected clarity. In season 4, he discovers that he's a medium just like Marnie and that he can contact the spirits of the dead.

When Jesus helps to fight against Marnie, her spirit comes back and possesses Lafayette in order to avenge her death and take Jesus' powers. While inside Lafayette, she kills Jesus and licks his blood in order to transfer Jesus' inner demon to Lafayette's body. Apparently, that demon stayed with him after Marnie leaves. Andy Bellefleur is a police detective in Bon Temps who is somewhat incompetent at his job and is regularly disrespected by the town's citizens.

He is a recovering alcoholic. He is assigned to investigate the series of murders that occur during the first season. Throughout the season, Jason Stackhouse is Andy's primary suspect even when evidence doesn't point toward him being responsible. He is suspended from his duties in the second season, but makes a comeback as he claims to have shot Eggs, whom the town believes responsible for murders committed by Maryann.

In the third season, he takes over from Sheriff Dearborne and reluctantly trains Jason in being a police officer. For most of Maryann's reign of terror he manages to keep from falling under her influence until the night she is killed by Sam. Andy is one of the few Bon Temps residents who remembers what Maryann had done, although his knowledge of who and what she was appears limited as he was heavily intoxicated a lot of the time.

In season 4 he is shown to have an addiction to V "vampire blood". It is also revealed in season 4 that his sister, Portia, is a direct descendant of Bill Compton, which would also mean that Andy is a direct descendant of Bill's, as well. Eric Northman is the Sheriff of Area 5, a vampire district in Louisiana.

A Swedish Viking warrior in life, he is over 1, years old and is a powerful and wealthy member of the vampire community. Eric runs the vampire bar, Fangtasia, in Shreveport, and develops an interest in Sookie Stackhouse after discovering her unique ability to read minds during the first season.

He requests Sookie's services in finding a thief in the first season, then enlists her aid again in the second, seeking to retrieve his maker Godric, an ancient vampire gone missing in Dallas. His attraction to Sookie becomes more apparent as he tricks her into consuming his blood. In the third season, however, he protects Sookie from werewolf attacks and becomes intent on revenge on vampire king Russell Edgington, after discovering that Russell was the vampire who killed his human relatives before Eric became a vampire.

Eric's father is shown to have worn a crown which was taken by Russell Edgington to add to his collection, which suggests that Eric's family may have been early Swedish nobles or royalty. In season 4, he buys Sookie's house while she is away in Fae and is cursed by Marnie while trying to shut down her coven. He is left without memory of who he is and is taken in by Sookie. Eric demonstrates more sensitivity with Sookie and the two fall in love. He is confronted by Marnie again who possesses him to kill Bill. Sookie uses her powers to stop Eric from killing Bill, releasing him from Marnie's control and restoring his memories from before and during his amnesia.

While his old personality has returned, he is still in love with Sookie. Eric and Bill then team up to stop Marnie. After stopping her, Eric and Bill are both rejected by Sookie, who loves them both. However, she reveals she is starting a rebellion against the Authority after having been sentenced herself and asks them to join. When she threatens Sookie, Eric decapitates her guards to distract her so Bill can stake her.

In the season 6 finale, after killing many humans at Vamp Camp by drinking Warlow's blood, Eric leaves his progeny behind to go back to his homeland in Sweden and relax. Unknown to him, Warlow is killed by Jason and his blood is no longer in effect. Eric is last seen catching on fire on top of a mountain.

However, in season 7 it is revealed Eric is still alive but on the run. Pam goes looking for him and when she finally finds him it is revealed Eric has caught the Hep-V virus. He has given up living and is just waiting to die. Arlene Fowler is a waitress at Merlotte's.

A four-time divorcee, she is a single mother of two. While she has a good heart, she is often apt to resort to bigotry directed at vampires and openly disapproves of Sookie's relationship with Bill. Arlene often makes remarks that have distinctly racist undertones though this often appears to be unintentional.

Toward the end of the first season, she becomes engaged to her boyfriend Rene, who later turns out to be a murderer and is later killed in self-defense by Sookie when he attacks her. During the second season, she develops a relationship with Terry Bellefleur but soon discovers she is pregnant with what she believes to be Rene's baby in season three.

She soon becomes depressed and afraid that her baby will grow up to be a serial killer and then, with the aid of the new waitress at Merlotte's, she secretly attempts to have a miscarriage using a mysterious brew, to no avail. While initially Terry believed the baby was his, when Arlene informs him that it is Rene's Terry tells her the baby's paternity is no issue to him and her fear of her unborn child's future seems to slacken, knowing that there will be a good man in its life though it is unknown if her intention to miscarry still lingers.

After the birth of her baby she remains adamant that her baby is evil due to Rene's genetics. Jessica Hamby is a young vampire "made" by Bill as a part of his punishment for murdering a fellow vampire at the end of the first season. Having been raised in an overly strict Christian family, she relishes the freedom that comes with being a vampire, but her petulant attitude often tries Bill's patience. At Bill's request, for most of her part in season 1, she lives at Fangtasia with Pam and Eric who apparently let her feed on a man with tattoos and body piercings, though they quickly become frustrated and annoyed by her and return her to Bill not long after.

During season two, Jessica finds a love interest in Hoyt Fortenberry, but he ends their involvement after she attacks his obnoxious mother. During the third season, Jessica makes several young-vampire mistakes, such as accidentally draining a person to death. She eventually rekindles her romance with Hoyt and moves in with him. Jessica is a character exclusive to the series; she does not appear in the Southern Vampire Mysteries. Jessica is increasingly frustrated by the constant regrowth of her hymen after sex, remarking angrily that she will be a virgin forever.

Pam Swynford De Beaufort. Kristin Bauer van Straten. Pamela Swynford De Beaufort , commonly referred to as simply Pam , was made into a vampire by Eric about a century before the events of the series. She is introduced during the first season as his loyal albeit lazy assistant and the bouncer at Fangtasia. Pam is the former madame of a brothel in San Francisco circa , as revealed during the fifth season; it is while she is being attacked by a serial killer that she first meets Eric Northman, who later turns her when she attempts to commit suicide to avoid a future of dying as a lonely pariah because of her profession as a prostitute.

Cynical and apparently devoid of feelings for anyone except Eric except Tara in seasons 5 and 6 , she is often by his side though she does not accompany him to Dallas in the second season, presumably she was told to run Fangtasia in Eric's absence. Throughout the series, Pam often displays lesbian tendencies and is even seen performing a sexual act on the new female dancer at Fangtasia who later becomes jealous of Pam for her close relationship with Eric.

In season three Pam was briefly held captive and tortured by the Magister, who was trying to find out who was selling V, though she revealed nothing, further proving her fierce loyalty to Eric. She wept tears of blood when Eric attempted to burn Russell Edgington in the sun and himself in the process. This was the first time she had been seen to show deep emotions. In season four, after she finds out about the incident with Eric and the witches, she goes after them and demands that Marnie remove the spell she cast on Eric.

Marnie casts a spell on Pam to make her face rot, which leaves Pam horrified. At the beginning of season 5, Pam turns Tara after making a deal with Sookie and Lafayette. While she initially cared little for her new progeny, the two grew closer over the course of season 5 after Tara moved into Fangtasia permanently, eventually resulting in the two sharing a long, heartfelt kiss at the end of the season when Tara rescued Pam from the Vampire Authority.

The two continued to behave as a couple at the start of season 6 and it becomes evident that Pam truly does care for Tara, in her own way. When Tara died at the start of season 7, Pam initially showed no reaction since she was in Morocco but when talking the issue over with Eric, shows her sadness and becomes tearful. She and Eric occasionally speak to one another in Swedish. He does this to relieve the debt his family owed to Eric Northman.

Alcide is one of the few good werewolves introduced thus far. He is handsome and has an ongoing attraction to Sookie. She led people to believe she left him because he didn't want a baby, wasn't "man enough" and left him for Coot, a packmaster of Russell Edgington's alliance of werewolves. At the end of season three, Eric borrows Alcide's truck to help kill Edgington, finally relieving him of his debt to Eric. In season 4 it is revealed that he is back together with Debbie, who is in a recovery program, and living in Shreveport. He is confronted by the Shreveport pack master Marcus Bosman about not joining the pack.

He prefers not to be part of a pack, but when Debbie insists on joining, Alcide relents. He even tells Marcus he's open to moving up in the pack to please Debbie. His relationship with Debbie becomes strained when she senses Alcide might have feelings for Sookie after he saves her life. In addition, Alcide doesn't want the same things that Debbie does, such as a family and being more involved with the pack. Alcide also loses faith in Marcus after Marcus and his friends beat Tommy to death.

He and Sam eventually team up to exact vengeance on Marcus. Seeing Marcus in his bedroom with Debbie becomes the last straw for Alcide and after Sam beats up Marcus, Alcide breaks his windpipe with his bare hands to protect Sam and abjures Debbie; a werewolf recognition that one werewolf no longer recognizes the existence of another werewolf.

Willa Burrell. Willa has long clashed with her father over vampire rights, Eric abducts her and takes her to Fangtasia, Willa soon reveals to Eric that her mother left her father after having an affair with a vampire, which prompted his hatred of vampires. Eric asks her if she really wants to help them and she says yes. After feeding off Bill, Willa becomes high from the blood and relishes in the sunlight but it wears off once Warlow dies.

James Kent. James Kent is a vampire who was born during the late s or early s. James Kent meets Jessica in a vampire camp, where experiments are done with vampires. There Sarah Newlin wants to force James to have sex with Jessica, but James refuses as he doesn't want to be a rapist. He is burned again and again by UV light and his teeth are broken because of his refusal.

Jessica is impressed by James act and they get closer together. Later James gets to know Lafayette and falls in love with him. Violet Mazurski. Violet is a vampire who was born in Prussia during the late 12th century. As Jason is about to be attacked by hungry vampires at the vampire camp, Violet claims Jason as her own. When Jason has sex with Jessica Violet gets very jealous. However Hoyt Fortenberry kills Violet and sets the others free. Hoyt Fortenberry is Jason's best friend, who works on the road crew.

Sweet and good-hearted, he is the only person whose thoughts are consistently kind when Sookie eavesdrops and is unprejudiced against vampires. He is extremely shy around women, and takes the prospect of forming a relationship seriously. For the majority of the first season he is bossed around by his mother, but eventually stands up to her.

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In the second season, he begins a relationship with Jessica, a newly turned vampire and Bill Compton's vampire-ward. He breaks up with her after she attacks his mother, but they rekindle their romance during the third season and are shown to be living together in the fourth season. Hoyt breaks up with Jessica due to her difficulties having a normal relationship and her growing feelings for Jason, though he is unaware of the latter. After Jessica has a night with Jason, Hoyt leaves her and goes on a self-destructive streak, almost allowing himself to be drained dry by a vampire and joining a hate group.

Although initially enthusiastic, when the group tries to get him to kill Jessica, Hoyt finds that he cannot move beyond the theoretical and actually act on the group's ethos, instead freeing Jess and calling the police. The group then tries to kill him, but the police arrive in time with help from Sam and Luna. Having finally had enough, Hoyt takes a job in Alaska, meaning to start a new life.

Before he leaves, he has a final sit down with Jason and Jessica, and after forgiving them, nonetheless asks Jess to use her glamor to remove his memories of the both of them, so that he can move on. She tearfully does so. As he leaves town, Jason pulls him over and begs him not to go, but Jess's glamor has worked and he treats Jason as a stranger. As Hoyt drives off to Alaska, oblivious, Jason breaks down at the loss of his friend. Later on, at Terry's funeral, Maxine Fortenberry tells Sookie Hoyt is doing well and is dating a normal woman.

After Violet kills Maxine in season 7, Jason calls Hoyt to tell him the news. Returning to Bon Temps with his girlfriend, Hoyt unknowingly avenges his mother's death by killing Violet as she prepares to torture and kill Jason, Jessica and others. He and Jessica later reunite and rekindle their relationship, finally marrying in the series finale.

Hoyt's Alaskan girlfriend falls in love with and marries Jason Stackhouse. Lettie Mae Thornton is Tara's abusive, alcoholic mother. During the first season, she persuades Tara to fund an exorcism to expel a demon that she is convinced lives inside her. She blames the demon for her actions, claiming he targeted her for her closeness with Jesus. Tara reluctantly agrees to pay for Lettie Mae's exorcism, after which Lettie Mae visually and mentally improves and develops into a faithful member of the local Christian community. The woman that performed the exorcism, Miss Jeanette, is exposed as a fraud and later killed by Maryann, but Lettie Mae refuses to believe her exorcism was unreal.

In the second season, she assists her gay nephew Lafayette in taking Tara away from Maryann's detrimental influence but is later manipulated by Tara, who wants to go and save Eggs from Maryann, and holds a gun on Lafayette and Sookie while Tara runs to help him. This dissolved the short truce she had with Lafayette who was visibly scared during the experience due to the shock of his torture at the hands of Eric the vampire.

In the third season, Lettie Mae is oblivious to a suicide attempt of her daughter as she happily "converses" with the reverend who had come by to speak religiously with Tara. When Tara pays her mother a visit on her way to leave Bon Temps for good, she discovers Lettie Mae is having an affair with her church's married reverend who had previously appeared apprehensive of her subtle advances.

In an episode of the fourth season, it's discovered that she's now the reverend's wife.


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  8. Lettie Mae's sister is Lafayette's mother. She comments to Tara that she pities her for having to raise a sexual deviant, which is the only reference she makes to her sister in the series. In 5 , she comes and visits Tara at Fangtasia, having found out she was a vampire, and tells her she's not her daughter anymore. She tries to reconcile with Tara and lets Tara drink from her. In season 7, Tara is killed shortly afterwards in battle with Hep-V infected vampires. Lettie Mae does not take her death well and after drinking from Willa, starts to have visions of Tara speaking in another language.

    This later causes her to burn herself on purpose so she would have to drink Willa's blood again. Jurnee Smollett-Bell. Nicole Wright is the co-founder and member of the VUS Vampire Unity Society , a group that wants peace between the humans and vampires. After Luna Garza shape-shifted from being Steve Newlin back to herself on Live TV, the group now encourages any other supes to come out and show their existence to the world.

    They try to talk to the werewolves into helping them when Rikki leads the pack to attack the group, killing her boyfriend and her friends. She begins a relationship with Sam and falls pregnant by him. At the beginning of Season 7, she is abducted by the group of Hep V vampires and taken to their lair at Fangtasia though she is later rescued. Terrified by the danger ever-present in Bon Temps, she convinces Sam to move away with her for the sake of their unborn child. Gregg Daniel. Reverend Daniels is the pastor of one of the churches in Bon Temps, and a respected member of the community.

    In Season 3, he begins a romantic relationship with a seemingly reformed Lettie Mae, and by Season 4, the two are married. He and Lettie Mae are sought out by Arlene and Terry in Season 4 to rid their home of the evil spirits that they believe are targeting their baby, Mikey. In Season 6, he performs the service at Terry's funeral at Arlene's request. Reverend Daniels is also a leading supporter of Sam's decision to pair up humans with vampires in an attempt to ensure mutual protection and security. In Season 7, he offers an aimless Willa the light-proof basement of the church as a place for her stay until she figures out a more permanent living situation.

    Ginger is one of the human employees working at Fangtasia and first appears in the final episodes of season one. She is known for her shrill, and frequent, screaming. During Sookie's telepathic investigation at Fangtasia, when Eric enlists her to help identify who is stealing money from the bar, Ginger is introduced as the last human employee though her exact job title is never provided. She is obsessed with Eric and therefore very loyal to him and Pam.

    She is mentally unstable due to excessive glamouring. By reading Ginger's repeatedly glamored mind, Sookie is able to learn that a vampire is responsible, prompting Longshadow to attack. Bill kills Longshadow to prevent him from harming Sookie, and Ginger is traumatized from having to watch. Pam reluctantly glamors her again to solve the problem, deciding that further deterioration of her mind is preferable to transforming her into a vampire to ensure her silence. Ginger continues to work at Fangtasia in season two, but her vapid, emotional nature makes her unreliable.

    In season four, she is showing a large measure of loyalty and caring towards Pam as she holds Pam in her coffin during Antonia's spell, and later she comforts Pam during a bout of jealous despair, even when told not to. In season 6, Ginger is taken to the Governor Burrell's vamp camp due to her inadvertent involvement in the kidnapping of his daughter. She is kept there to supply food for the vampire prisoners, but is rescued by Eric. In season 7, Ginger's connections to Pam, Eric, and Fangtasia are revealed. Pam confesses to Eric that it was Ginger who actually had the idea for Fangtasia, but that Pam glamored her and then took credit for it.

    Before they opened the bar, Ginger worked for Pam and Eric at the video store that they were assigned to by the Magister. A fan of vampire films, Ginger was a customer at the store and quickly developed a crush on Eric which led her to apply for the daytime position. Though it is never made clear when or how she found out that Eric and Pam were vampires, it is implied that she was well aware of this even before vampires came out of the coffin.

    Holly Cleary is a witch, hired as a waitress at Merlotte's in the third season. She is very friendly and helps Tara and Arlene throughout Season 3. She reveals herself as a victim of a brutal rape from years before and a single mother of two. She is also a devoted Wiccan. When Arlene decides that she doesn't want her baby, but cannot morally abort it, Holly performs a Wiccan ceremony that aimed to lead Arlene miscarrying, though the ritual is unsuccessful.

    She is also present at Tara's rape victim support group. Crystal Norris is a werepanther living in the inbred commune of Hotshot who becomes involved with Jason after he sees her during a drug raid on Hotshot. Jason attempts to lure her away from Hotshot, unaware of her supernatural background, but Felton and her father get her to return every time.

    Eventually, Crystal escapes Hotshot and hides in Jason's house, who is content with her choice and continues his relationship with her. She then reveals she is a werepanther, but he isn't fazed. Eventually she is forced to leave town with Felton, just after Felton kills her father. Jason pledges to track her down. She reappears as Jason's kidnapper with the intent to turn him into a werepanther in order to breed with him and continue the werepanther bloodline.

    After Jason escapes and kills Felton, she declares herself the head of the werepanther community. She asks Jason to return to be with her, but he rejects her. Kelly Overton.

    Insp. Appleby Mysteries: Appleby's End by Michael Innes (1945) - Radio Drama (1987) - Mystery

    Rikki Naylor is a werewolf and was a member of Marcus Bozeman's pack up until his death. She was instructed to bring Sam Merlotte, the prime suspect of his death, back for torture until he told them where the body is. It's not until after they find the body do they realize Alcide Herveaux, the next in line for packmaster, killed Marcus. When Alcide declines to be packmaster, J. When Alcide finds out J. During their training, Rikki and Alcide get a little bit closer and end up having sex. On the night of the challenge, Alcide loses and gets beaten up by J.

    It's not until Martha Bozeman brings Rikki to his father's trailer does he decide to finish off J. After Alcide became packmaster, the relationship between Rikki and Alcide begins to strain as he cheats on her with another werewolf and she attacks a group of VUS Vampire Unity Society members who were following them around, against Alcide's wishes. When Alcide lets Nicole and Sam go, Rikki finds out he lied about their deaths and challenges him, thinking he's no longer fit to be pack master. Alcide wins, but doesn't kill her, allowing her to become the new pack master. Jackson Herveaux is Alcide Herveaux's father and was a packmaster at one point a long time ago.

    Now he lives in a trailer home in Jackson, Mississippi. When Martha Bozeman brings Rikki Naylor to his trailer home for help after she OD'ed on V, he injects silver into her to force the V out of her system. He helps his son take back the pack from J. After Alcide kills J. Throughout Alcide's journey to find Sam and Nicole, he tries to get him to understand that he needs to do what is right, not what's good for the pack. With this information, Alcide decides to let Sam and Nicole go. Alcide drops his dad off at his trailer, thanking him for his help, and Jackson leaves Alcide to deal with the pack on his own.

    In season 7, Sookie calls Jackson to tell him of Alcide's death. Niall Brigant is a very powerful and ancient fae of royalty, and also the faerie grandfather of Sookie Stackhouse and Jason Stackhouse. Flashbacks reveal that he was born around B. He arrives in Bon Temps in the beginning of season six to help the Stackhouses fight off Warlow.

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    He tells them that their faerie bloodline is of royalty, and that's why Warlow wants to marry Sookie. In an attempt to round up all the fae to help them fight Warlow, Niall finds all the faeries in the nightclub dead, having been killed by Warlow sometime earlier. He comes across Ben Flynn, and after learning he is kindred, he recruits him to help him find Warlow. Warlow drains Niall of almost all of his blood and throws him into the dark dimension that he was stuck in for the past twenty years. Niall manages to manifest in the human world just in time to help Sookie and Jason kill Warlow. The siblings then help Niall escape the dimension.

    His fae powers are exponentially more powerful than any other fae, enabling him to teleport in the blink of an eye and channel his light into powerful energy blasts that can obliterate vampires with the force of a supernova. She was conceived late in Season 4 when the faerie Maurella seduced Andy and became pregnant, as revealed in Season 5, during which she gave birth to four halfling daughters before taking off and leaving them in Andy's care.

    In Season 6, Andy quickly realizes that his daughters physically age at a much more rapid rate than humans, and they transform from infants to young women in a matter of days. Due to how fast all of this happens, Andy is too overwhelmed with his newfound fatherhood to assign names to any of his girls, and simply calls them Number 1, Number 2, Number 3, and Number 4. Once the girls reach their teen years after mere days of life , they decide to sneak out of the Bellefleur mansion for a night on the town.

    While trying to purchase liquor, they meet Jessica, who was assigned by Bill to bring the girls back to his house so that he might acquire some of their faerie blood for experimental purposes. Though the girls initially agree, they eventually try to leave Bill's, which prompts Jessica to attack them. Unable to control herself, she drains and kills all but Number 4, who is rescued by a furious Andy. Following this, she requests that her father finally give her a name, which he does - Adilyn. In honour of her sisters, he also gives her the middle names Braelyn, Charlaine, and Danika.

    Though unsure of her powers, Adilyn was instrumental in saving Sookie, who was being held captive by Warlow on the Faerie Plane at the end of Season 6. She has also begun to develop an unlikely respect for a remorseful Jessica, who has offered both Adilyn and Andy ongoing protection from deadly Hep-V vamps. Rene Lenier was the main antagonist of Season 1, though his malevolent nature is not revealed until the season's end. Rene is introduced as a Cajun resident of Bon Temps. He is a co-worker and close friend of Jason's. Initially, he is portrayed as a protagonist who approves of Sookie's dating a vampire.

    He becomes engaged to Arlene and is widely respected in Bon Temps. Unbeknownst to the locals, however, Rene is actually Drew Marshall, who had previously lived in Bunkie, Louisiana , and fled that town after killing his sister Cindy in a rage after he found out she was a "fang banger".

    Having moved to Bon Temps, he speaks with a trained Cajun accent, lives under a false identity and uses Jason as an unwitting source to find out which women have slept with vampires. Now Bon Temps is rocked by the mysterious murders of fang bangers. Sookie is likely to be the next victim, and Bill and Sam do their best to protect her. But Rene presents himself as an ally, and it is not until he is finally alone with Sookie that his psychopathic nature is revealed.

    Rene attacks Sookie, and after a brutal struggle, she manages to kill him in self-defense. Later, Arlene learns she is pregnant with Rene's child and becomes distraught at the thought of carrying an "evil child". Maryann Forrester was the main antagonist of Season 2. Maryann Forrester is a wealthy maenad , who initially presents herself as a social worker. Drawn to Bon Temps due to the potent energy she attributes to a ritual performed by a faux voodoo doctor , she takes an interest in Tara and has Tara move in with her. She introduces Tara to Benedict Talley, a troubled man she had previously taken in to take care of and used to kill several of her victims.

    Throughout the second season, Maryann's true nature becomes apparent: she is devoted to Dionysus and intends to find a suitable supernatural creature to kill in his honor, hoping to bring him to earth once again. She finds pleasure in hosting giant orgies, creating mayhem and chaos and witnessing pure lust. She controls the actions of the inhabitants of Bon Temps by putting a bizarre spell on them, which turns their eyes completely black and has them do her bidding.

    Sookie, however, is unaffected by Maryann's spell. Maryann turns into a full-blown antagonist when she settles into Sookie's house and orders the Bon Temps residents to capture Sam Merlotte, whom she intends to sacrifice in her tribute to Dionysus. She ultimately succeeds in capturing Sam and has Eggs slide a knife in his heart, but Bill saves Sam. Sam, shifting into a white bull, has Maryann believe Dionysus has returned to earth. Hence Maryann drops her supernatural shields and Sam, still in the guise of a white bull, is able to kill Maryann for good.

    After she is killed the townfolk return to their senses and have no memory of what they had done under Maryann's influence and remember her simply as the elegant woman who threw wild parties. In season 5, Sookie remembers Maryann when she thinks about all the people in her life who believed she was not human. Russell Edgington was the main antagonist of Season 3 and secondary antagonist of season 5. A 2,year-old vampire, Russell is the vampire king of Mississippi. He was born a Celt, though he speaks in German when angered. His great age means he is much stronger and faster than Eric or Bill who Russell effortlessly defeats in single combat or any other being in the show thus far.

    He can also fly. Marnie Stonebrook was the main antagonist of Season 4. Marnie Stonebrook is a local shop-owner and palm-reader, and leader of the Wiccan coven to which Holly Cleary and Jesus Velasquez belong. A timid character, she comes under the influence of the spirit of Antonia, whose great power allows her to raise a bird from the dead. Seeing an apparent necromancer as a threat to vampires, Bill Compton sends Eric Northman to break up the meetings, but Antonia possesses Marnie to cast a spell on him wiping Eric's memories. Marnie is unsure how the spell worked, but attempts to reverse it under pressure from Pam.

    When Pam, impatient, becomes menacing, Antonia again inhabits Marnie, and casts a spell on Pam, disfiguring her. Marnie's students quickly abandon her as a result. Bill has Marnie captured and imprisoned in his mansion, but she admits while glamored that she has no idea how to reverse either spell. She is then fully taken over by Antonia, who plans to kill all vampires. Tara runs into her walking down a road while waiting for Pam to attack her, and they band together to get revenge on vampires.

    Antonia gathers the coven of Wiccans to fight against the vampire race. When the battle becomes too extreme, the others want out but she forces them to stay. After the massacre of the Tolerance Festival, Antonia is disheartened by seeing innocent casualties and leaves Marnie's body, but Marnie convinces her to rejoin her as collateral damage is to be expected, revealing a shift in her attitudes. After Marnie cold-bloodedly kills a member of the coven Antonia wants out, but Marnie puts a binding spell on her drawing her back in. Jesus performs a ritual to free Antonia's spirit from Marnie.

    Bill shoots Marnie, killing her. However, Marnie's spirit appears before Lafayette and enters his body. She kills Jesus to steal his power and then tries to burn Eric and Bill at the stake. With the help of Holly, Sookie and Tara, the spirits of Antonia and Adele appear and convince Marnie it is time to leave the realm of the living, which she does.

    Salome Agrippa was the main antagonist of Season 5. She was a Chancellor of the Authority and was revealed to be Salome from the New Testament, famed for her dance of the seven veils which, according to legend, impressed her uncle, King Herod, so much that he offered to give her anything in the world she desired. After consulting her mother, she requested the head of John the Baptist, who publicly condemned Salome's mother's remarriage to her former husband's brother as invalid. Roughly 2, years later, Salome tells Bill Compton a different version of the story; her mother used her new husband's "fondness for teenage virgins" as a political tool to eliminate her adversary, and the so-called dance was rather the delivery of Salome to the King's bed, resulting in rape.

    Salome cites the humans of her youth as "far more savage than any vampires [she] has known. She has claimed to have been lifelong friends with Nora Gainesborough, who is revealed to be involved with the Sanguinistas, who believe Lilith will rise and everyone against her will pay. Salome's true alliance remained with the Sanguinistas, as she's the one who freed Russell Edgington, lied about injecting him with silver, and tampered with his iStake, resulting in his escape, and the murder of Roman Zimojic.

    After Roman's death she became the new Guardian. In the season 5 finale, after the remaining Chancellors are pitted against each other by Lilith through visions in which she tells each of them that only one can lead them, Salome, believing herself to be the true chosen one, as she is the strongest and most devout believer in Lilith, drinks the vial believed to be filled with Lilith's blood so that she can carry out her will, which she refers to as "The Rapture," but her blood was replaced by Bill's with his own and mixed with silver.

    Soon after, as Salome lay dying, she accepts her fate, and says to Bill, "Lilith chose wisely. Bill stakes her and consumes the blood himself, appearing to die and be reborn, thus fulfilling Salome's prophecy. Lilith was the true main antagonist of Season 5. Lilith is the goddess that the Sanguinistas an underground religious group composed mainly of vampires worship and pray to. She is acknowledged in The Original Testament, the vampire Bible and predecessor to both the Old and New Testaments, as the second vampire—after God himself—and is portrayed as the messiah of vampires.

    The Sanguinistas also possess a vial which they believe contains the blood of Lilith. She shares her role as the seasons antagonist with Bill Compton and Salome Agrippa. Sarah Newlin was the main antagonist of Season 6 and Season 7. She claims to have originally supported vampire rights, but that she had an epiphany after her fangbanger sister disappeared. She argues with her husband frequently because he will not give her more of a leadership role in the Fellowship of the Sun.

    She has a strong attraction to Jason Stackhouse, and moves him from the Fellowship camp into her home so that she can be close to him. The two characters have an affair, though their relationship dissolves when her husband realizes that Sookie is his sister, and believes incorrectly that Jason is a spy. She disagrees with Steve's methods with regard to starting a vampire war and can be seen openly arguing with him on live television during an interview with Nan Flanagan after the Godric fiasco.

    Sometime in between season 2 and season 6 , she and Steve got a divorce and she wrote a book about her marriage to him. In season six , it's learned that she, along with lover Gov. Truman Burrell, began the war of human vs. First seen taunting her ex-husband on coming events Sarah is revealed to be the mastermind behind the Vamp Camps. After a rejection from Burrell on having a child to replace Truman's daughter Willa turned vampire by Eric Sarah seduces Jason Stackhouse into a sexual relationship, only later to be interrupted by Jessica.

    Sarah's rise to power continues throughout the season after the death of Burrell. Newlin is also revealed to be the "blonde tyrant" Lilith warned of. Slowly becoming unhinged, Newlin looks to gain revenge on Jason through experiments involving Jessica with another vampire named James.