Oracle is my story that I have been working on for a year or so now. Basicly, my characters are on a quest to kill Prince Vlad Dracul and save the ambassadors daughter from becoming his bride. What they will soon realize is there is much more then they will ever bargain for. Im thinking on turning this into a comic, since its already a written story, it would be interesting to see it turn into a graphic novel. The Characters above are as followed... The woman is Helena Valmond. She is the main character and your local heroin who guilds you through the story. She is the first and only female to the Holy Order of the Knights who is signed by the Pope and Cardinal to be a Slayer of all things 'unholy'. Shes very bullheaded, strong witted, and highly trained for battle. The blonde man is Lucian, a vampire on whom they catch spying one day. He is kept around and alive because he has convinced Helena that he will become useful to them. He is a french cocky nobleman who likes nothing more then to toy with mortal emotions, and he has been around since the Middle Ages. The man in brown with the stubble is Demitri Van Buran, a slayer originating from the Vatican in rome. He usually deals with werewolves, and was shipped to Romania by the council to assist Helena in the rescue. He is friendly, but isint very good at cracking a joke. Hes the type of slayer who-like Helena- Doesitn show much mercy in his work. The red haired in the corner is Adon Blackwood. He is a decendent from a family of knights and noble warriors in the past and in his generation of the Victorian era- He is the ladies man- and the Casanova of that time age. Adon's bed time deeds have been so scandilise, he has given a priest a heart attack, and had caused nuns to start wearing iron chastity belts. He is quite charming, nomatter how unappealing he may seem. The man with the black hair in the back is Louis Buxton, a Lieutenant who has been sent from Paris to Romania, working for the military in Romania. He is a polite, wemm mannered younge man who see's goodness in everyone but himself.