Given that Nosferatu is sometimes used in DWU as a synonym for "vampire", it's better to rename this to Nosferatu (ship)
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The Nosferatu was Sabalom Glitz's ship. On Iceworld, it was taken by Kane as a down payment for his gambling debts, and to force him to use the map to the treasure of Svartos. During the emergency it was used to try to evacuate Iceworld, but it was rigged to explode, killing the refugees.
Behind the scenes Edit
- The word nosferatu is supposedly Romanian for vampire, as presented in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula and its subsequent unauthorised 1922 adaptation entitled Nosferatu, A Symphony of Horror. Its origin is debated (Stoker did not invent it), but it forms part of a motif of vampirism in Dragonfire writer Ian Briggs's Doctor Who work. His subsequent story The Curse of Fenric featured more references to Dracula.