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Lupe was a character who appeared in From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money. She was a woman who Jesus had run into and was later turned by Luther while taking a shower. She is later decapitated by Jesus.

History[]

There is nothing known about her history.

Throughout From Dusk Till Dawn[]

In From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money, she walks past Jesus and the other men while they head to their motel room. After Jesus leaves his room, they start to have sex. Afterwards, she goes to take a shower and is attacked by Luther, who is in the form of a bat. She then drops into the tub with the water flowing and turning the color red. When Jesus locks himself in the bathroom, she rises from the blood stained water as a vampire and she goes to attack him. He then decapitates Lupe, killing her.

Physical Appearance[]

She was a beautiful woman with a medium stature, slim build and long, dark hair. She wore red lipstick and a sleeveless dress.

Personality[]

She was flirtatious and seemed to enjoy Jesus's company.

Powers and Abilities[]

  • Immortality- Vampires do not age or decay and are immune to death by disease/sickness.
  • Superhuman Strength- Lupe has strength superior to humans.
  • Shapeshifting- Lupe can change from a normal human appearance to a more feral and vampiric appearance.

Weaknesses[]

  • Sunlight- Vampires are vulnerable to the sunlight and will die of exposure to it.
  • Staked- Lupe is vulnerable to stakes to the heart, which will kill her.
  • Extraction- Lupe is vulnerable to heart extraction.
  • Decapitation- While some vampires are vulnerable to decapitation, some such as Nano and Sex Machine, have shown to regrow a snake or a more monstrous appearance after said head is taken off.

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Name[]

  • Lupe is comes from Polynesian and Spanish origins. In Polynesian, the name means "the fruit pigeon" and a short form of Guadalupe, a Spanish name that means "valley of the wolf".[1]

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