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Vampire King of Texas

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"I doubt the King of Texas would approve the destruction of our international political agenda"
Bill Compton, on Stan Baker's plan to massacre the Fellowship of the Sun.[src]

The Vampire King of Texas is an unseen character on the HBO original series True Blood. The Vampire King residing over the state of Texas, the Vampire King of Texas is alluded to only on the episode "Never Let Me Go" in the series' second season.

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At some point prior to 2008 this vampire became the King of Texas.

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"Never Let Me Go"Edit

When Godric's underlings meet to discuss the threat posed by the Fellowship of the Sun Stan Baker suggests launching a full-out attack on the church's membership, a plan which Bill doubts the King of Texas would approve of. ("Never Let Me Go")

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