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Blade - House of Erebus Symbol
This is a slip up in the DVD menus.
Here is how to find it:
1. Go to Special Features
2. Go to House of Erebus
This is where you can click on different vampire symbols and see their meanings. If you click on the fourth symbol, the name is Faustinas tribe. Now, if you go to the ninth one down, it is also Faustinas, and the symbol is the same. The description is also the same, up until the last line. This is a bad job of editing on someones part.
I'm not sure if it is any different on other versions of the movie, mine is the New Line Platinum Series.
Special Requirements:
DVD, New Line Platinum Series
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99buellx1 on 05-03-2001
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Arndrake writes:
If you look closely, there was some extra comment about there being two separate glyphs for Faustinas. Supposedly they had a little more influence than the other tribes. Also, if I remember correctly, the two Faustinas pure bloods were sisters. They did look similar.
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English_Kid writes:
It would be benificial for others if some research was done prior to posting. So, I took the liberty of gathering some, to show that this is infact not a misake, but, an important piece of information... In the movies based on the comic book blade, there are a group of tribes made of vampires be they pure blood, or, turned and they make the house of Erebus. Each tribe I felt showed a different fact of vampires, real or fictional. There are 12 tribes but only 11 symbols and the reason for this is, the tribes called Faustians are twins. As twins they share the same characteristics but like all twins, they are two tribes instead not just one. According to some legends, Erebus was part of Hades ("unseen") means both the ancient Greek abode of the dead and the god of that Underworld. In their various legends, stories and hymns the gods of ancient Greece are nearly all described, Erebus, or √Črebos was a primordial god, personification of darkness, offspring of Chaos. I hope I haven't bored you, but instead set things strait! I'm merely trying to say "This is not a bad job of editing on someones part, but in fact perfect information".
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