Vampire bankers would probably want to live close to the equator - otherwise, the days would be too long for them to leave the house in the summer. Also, they’d probably want to live where there were lots of banks.
i’m including this house simply because it was big and impressive and intimidating.
and, given that it’s in a city in the desert in the american southwest, amazingly incongruous.
but back to big and intimidating: it’s this gigantic beautiful looming manor house, looking sort of like a country house bavarian’s would go to for their holidays.
i can imagine it covered in tons of snow at christmas, except for the fact that it’s in the desert in southern california.
or, alternately, it could be a good house for vampire bankers.
although i can’t imagine that vampire bankers would be very happy living in southern california.
but i could be wrong
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