When I wrote Brogio's character, I envisioned Alexander Skarsgård of True Blood fame. Not Swedish but Italian, Brogio was an adventurer who angered Apollo when he fell in love with Selene, one of the handmaiden's in the God's temple at Delphi. As punishment, Apollo and his sister Artemis, with a little help from Hades, God of the Underworld, turn Brogio into the very first vampire.
Artemis, who is Brogio's patron goddess, returns Selene to Brogio in human form in Season 1. The gods are at odds with each other, and Artemis is playing games with her brother Apollo who has declared war on Brogio.
When I first wrote Kane, I envisioned a young Antonio Banderas with a Zorro-like personality combining a witty dandy with strong sexual motivations. He heckles Brogio, pushing the master to explosive outbursts. He dislikes Snow Blood at first but then puts himself on the line for his vampire dog brother in the end. You can count on him returning to us in Season 2, bringing trouble with him. His bond with Snow Blood and his secret love for Selene is stronger than ever.
In Season 2, Snow Blood meets the love of his life - a wolf named Nova. Nova is a multi-colored wolf with steel-blue eyes. She is independent, beautiful (Snow Blood calls her a goddess) and very clever. Originally belonging to the leader of the vampire slayers tracking Brogio and his coven, don't be surprised if she switches sides.
Til Next Time,