|Faction|| Anna Valerious(sister;deceased)|
Valerious The Elder(ancestor;deceased)
|Status||Deceased (at peace)|
One year after their father went missing, Anna and Velkan became the last in their bloodline and continued hunting monsters under Dracula's command. With the help of an unnammed group, they hunted a grey werewolf, with Velkan acting as bait to lure it into the trap, which gets jammed leaving him vulnerable. Anna tries to distract the werewolf and gets it stuck in their trap but Velkan gets stuck in a tree and drops his gun, loaded with silver bullets. The hunter's gunfire starts breaking the ropes on the cage and crashed it, setting the werewolf free and rampages after Anna. The werewolf chases Anna towards a cliff where Velkan saves his sister by pushing her to saftey and shoots the werewolf with a silver bullet his own gun, but gets pulled off the cliff and bitten in the proccess, yet ends up being consumed by the curse and survives.
Velkan survived his fall and became the next werewolf under Dracula's servitude, who sent him out to find out who the new visitor is. Velkan returned home to the Valerious Castle and at first startled his sister because he was now the Wolfman, but when the moon was hidden he returned to his human form and told Anna that Dracula has a secret but was cut short by his next transformation when the moon unveiled. Velkan became the Wolfman again and fled the castle when Van Helsing walked in and headed into the village. Van Helsing follows the Wolfman into the village and ambushes him as he's talking to the grave digger. Van Helsing takes a shot at the Wolfman but Anna interrupts him, prompting an argument that he knew the Wolfman was Velkan who will kill people with the command of Dracula, but Anna knows of a cure and is set on finding it to save her brother for giving his life for her. Velkan meets with Dracula in Castle Frankenstein and fails to tell him what he was sent for and assures him he'll take the secret to his grave, preferring to die instead of helping, but Dracula reminds Velkan after the 12th stroke of midnight he will remain a Wolfman and serve him. Velkan discovers that his father was the test subject to bring Dracula's children to life which failed, so Dracula plans to use the werewolf venom flowing through his veins for a better benefit. The werewolf venom in Velkan's body works as power source for Dracula's children but it doesn't have permanent effect. Anna tries to set her brother free but he insists she leave him strapped down, but he begins to transform again. The Wolfman tries to chase after Van Helsing and Anna as they escape Castle Frankenstein but he snaps the grapple line and falls into the lake below. Dracula then sends the Wolfman to hunt the two hunters down and kill them both. He spots them the next morning in the windmill ruins with Frankenstein's monster and flees to tell Dracula about the monster's survival.
On the road to Rome, the Wolfman chases the hunter's carriages to retrieve the monster for Dracula, but ends up setting the cart on fire and forces the passengers to jump. Van Helsing shoots the Wolfman with silver bullets but ends up passing on the werewolf curse by biting him. Anna finds Velkan lying on the road nearby, who asks her for forgiveness before dying. Distraught at the loss of her last family member, Anna kisses her brother goodbye promising she'll see him again.
After Dracula was finally killed by Gabriel Van Helsing, Velkan was at last able to rejoin with his family and enter heaven.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
- Superhuman Strength - Velkan could cause immense injury to even the strongest of humans with his strength. As a werewolf his will, is Dracula's will. He is a slave to Dracula and is used as a weapon against Van Helsing. He is extremely fast, powerful, and agile. His fur is brown and he sheds until his first full moon.
- Agility - Werewolves are able to climb, leap and cling to surfaces