None of the vampires believed that it would ever happen; it had been a story passed down for even longer then they could remember. It told about a being that would need their blood for nourishment in order to sing, which released its power to serve. But none of the many versions of the story agreed on what or who exactly would be served. The only way to know for sure was to see the original script that had been written long a go on three separate stones. It was Attila Szabo, the Hungarian King of the Vampires that still cared about the old legend. Attila felt certain that one day this prophecy would come to pass. He expected that this being would serve them and save their culture from eventual starvation. He and his brothers, Geza and Elek kept watch for this being, always assuming it would be a male with great knowledge and an amazing singing voice. What they got was Helena Gray and none of them were prepared for where her singing voice would come from or the chaos it was going to unleash.