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Big Emilio was a character who appeared in From Dusk Till Dawn. He was a vampire and was killed by Sex Machine.

HistoryEdit

Nothing is known about his history.

Throughout From Dusk Till DawnEdit

He laid a hand on Seth when he refused to leave and he later took it off when Razor Charlie let them stay at the bar. He is later shot by the brothers when they try to go after them.

After the bloodbath starts, he rises up with the others who got shot and shows his vampire face. He kills others and when he sees Seth kill Santanico, he goes after him and he ends up having his heart extracted by Frost. When he is shown to still be living and his heart is still beating, Sex Machine comes up and puts a pencil through it, killing Big Emilio.

Physical AppearanceEdit

Big Emilio is what his name suggests. He is a rather large vampire with black hair that's up in a ponytail and has dark eyes when he is in human form. But his eyes turn a lightish white-green color when he shows his vampire face.

PersonalityEdit

Big Emilio is loyal to Santánico Pandemonium and when she was killed, he went after Seth. He is shown to be a capable fighter and was still persistent to fight even when his heart was extracted.

AppearancesEdit


Powers and AbilitiesEdit

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

WeaknessesEdit

  • Sunlight- Vampires are vulnerable to the sunlight and will die of exposure to it.
  • Staked- Emilio is vulnerable to stakes to the heart, which will kill him.
  • Extraction- Emilio 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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NameEdit

  • Emilio comes from Spanish, Italian and Portuguese origin and a form of Aemilius. Aemilius derived from the Latin aemulus, meaning "rival". [1]

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