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According to recent Vampire Novel like Bite Club ... A Renfield also means a companion of a vampire who was formerly a mortal. And was at some point been created through a blood exchanging process with a vampire. A Renfield in Bite Club is considerably weaker than an actual vampire, but can dwell during the day and is immortal.
Technicly that point is Mute about dwelling in the day. in the Origenal Novel for Dracula Vampires were able to freely move about by day the idea that they couldn't first came about in the film Nosferatu. Tnu1138 (talk) 22:57, 18 November 2007 (UTC)
I looked at the Bedlam Assylum, and I really don't see how this relates to the character of Renfield. So, why is it on the article? -Diabolos 17:03, 10 November 2006 (UTC)
Was'nt Renfield mentioned in Metal Gear Solid 3. This gives naked snake a Nightmare and triggers the nightmare G unit
R.M or R.J.
In the Books of wonder edition of the Novel it says it's R.J. under a picture of him. but i'm notr sure if this was a misprint or some sort of eror or weather it's true? anyone know Tnu1138 (talk) 22:58, 18 November 2007 (UTC)
Mortals who have played the role of Renfield in Repetiore Theatre
Its interesting: Renfield is more interesting, I feeling scary, then Dracula, because he was a normal - well, maybe not soo normal - Englisch-man before. Crazy Loonies are the most terrible monsters and the most funny. Again Renfield is Igor a rude person. Of couse, he was combinated with Mr. Harker, but i love this creature! The Book Renfield is boring, more a sad philosoph. ---Deinonichus--- —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 18:53, 11 May 2011 (UTC)