Films: Xane the Vampire God (2020)
Location: Desert/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Good
Summary: Sometimes, it just sucks to be the monster of the story. And it's even worse if they so happen to be immortal. Just imagine living your whole life forever, thinking about the poor decisions that led you here. No wonder Xane went out of his way to change all of that.
History: Xane, formerly Titus, is a powerful vampire...and also the only sign of intelligent life for miles. After he inherited the vampire curse, he went mad and destroyed all of humanity. Filled with remorse after walking the Earth for so long afterwards, he finds a way to go back in time via a ghost he's known, and now he can stop himself from ruining everything. But he has a couple of obstacles, including but not limited to other vampires, particularly the one known as Cain, and, ultimately, himself.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: It isn't exactly clear whether Xane stopped mankind from going extinct or not, but one thing is for certain. He did manage to save a few people he cared about, and therefore, his past self didn't find the urge to destroy everything. However, it's clear that the fight is far from over, especially with some other vampires still at large.
Powers/Abilities: Immortality, time-traveling.
Weakness: Holy objects, other vampires.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-Xane may have that really cool mask and the powers to boot, but it's so VERY hard to take him seriously when he's always bemoaning the state of things. Sure, you too would feel rather lousy if you killed everybody, but he sounds like an angsty teenager writing bad poetry most of the time. Also, he's trying to do good things, so there's that.
Trivia: -This film was the first, and possibly only, one done by Hot Coffee Films. If this dreck gets a sequel, don't expect us to jump to the occasion.
-Xane was played by Parker Boles. It is the only role of any significance he's had. So far, at least.