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In the original Nosferatu it's never really clear what the relationship is between the Count and his subjects. For that matter, it's never really clear in Dracula either. He claims to be a Count (and in Dracula's case, he has a legitimate claim to the throne), but the populace certainly don't look to him for lawful guidance.

He's just a monster in the mountains. The townsfolk are afraid of him.

It just seemed like Olrox (and Dracula for that matter) would feel like the mortals in their lands are their subjects. Makes logical sense.
 
    

When evil spreads across the land, and darkness rises and the monsters roam. When the creatures of the night make beautiful music, and the things that go bump in the night go bump with greater enthusiasm. When the world is in peril and is in need of a hero...

These guys are, sadly, the best the world can hope for. These are the adventures of the heroes of CVRPG. They mean well, they try hard, and occasionally they do the impossible...

They actually do something heroic.