(Ill-Fated) Orietta, Vampire's Love


It was unimaginable for werewolves and vampires to tolerate the presence of, much less fall in love with, each other. Yet Orietta felt that their romance was ordained by fate, and its forbidden nature only made her passion burn ever stronger. The mores of society threatened to tear them apart, so they pledged to remain together for eternity. In their brief time together, they staved off the mercilessness of reality by sharing their dream of an impossible future.


See Orietta, Vampire's Love

Name originEdit

Orietta is an Italian feminine name of Latin origin; the meaning is "golden". It is derived from the element aurum with the meaning "gold", aureus "golden". A variant transcription of the Basque and Italian name Oria. Aurea (Latin) is an older form of the name.

Additional InfoEdit

Artwork by Woochul Lee (atomiiii).

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