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{{Quote|Amarillo Lestoat (1776—1977): Flamboyant American vampire. Author of ''A Vampire's Monologue'' — intended to bore the reader into a stupor making him/her easier prey for vampires.|[[Chocolate Frog Cards|Chocolate Frog Card]].|Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (video game)}}
 
{{Quote|Amarillo Lestoat (1776—1977): Flamboyant American vampire. Author of ''A Vampire's Monologue'' — intended to bore the reader into a stupor making him/her easier prey for vampires.|[[Chocolate Frog Cards|Chocolate Frog Card]].|Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (video game)}}
'''Amarillo Lestoat''' ([[1770s|1776]]—[[1970s|1977]]) was a flamboyant American [[vampire]]. He wrote a book, ''[[A Vampire's Monologue]]'', which was intended to bore readers out of their minds and render them easier to bite. For this, he was honoured with a [[Chocolate Frog Card]].<ref>''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (video game)]]''</ref>
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'''Amarillo Lestoat''' ([[1770s|1776]]—[[1970s|1977]]) was a flamboyant [[United States of America|American]] [[vampire]]. He wrote a book, ''[[A Vampire's Monologue]]'', which was intended to bore readers out of their minds and render them easier to bite. For this, he was honoured with a [[Chocolate Frog Card]].<ref>''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (video game)]]''</ref>
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==Etymology==
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"''Amarillo''" is [[Spain|Spanish]] for "''yellow''", "''le''" is [[France|French]] for "''the''" and a [[wikipedia:Stoat|stoat]] is an animal related to the weasel. Consequently, his name appears to translate to "''the yellow stoat''".
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
*The name Lestoat was likely intended to poke fun at [[Wikipedia:Lestat de Lioncourt|Lestat]], the main character in [[Wikipedia:Anne Rice|Anne Rice]]'s ''The Vampire Lestat ''series.
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*His name might be a pun on the character Lestat of Ann Rice's ''Interview with a Vampire'' and the novel of the same name.
*The name Amarillo may also be a pun on [[Wikipedia:Armand (The Vampire Chronicles)|Armand]], another major character from Rice's series. The word ''amarillo'' is Spanish for ''yellow.''
 
   
 
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==Notes and references==
 
==Notes and references==
 
 
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AmarilloLestoat
Amarillo Lestoat
Biographical information
Born

1776
United States of America

Died

1977 (aged 201)

Physical information
Species

Vampire

Gender

Male

Hair colour

Blond

Affiliation
Occupation

Author

"Amarillo Lestoat (1776—1977): Flamboyant American vampire. Author of A Vampire's Monologue — intended to bore the reader into a stupor making him/her easier prey for vampires."
Chocolate Frog Card.[src]

Amarillo Lestoat (17761977) was a flamboyant American vampire. He wrote a book, A Vampire's Monologue, which was intended to bore readers out of their minds and render them easier to bite. For this, he was honoured with a Chocolate Frog Card.[1]

EtymologyEdit

"Amarillo" is Spanish for "yellow", "le" is French for "the" and a stoat is an animal related to the weasel. Consequently, his name appears to translate to "the yellow stoat".

Behind the scenesEdit

  • His name might be a pun on the character Lestat of Ann Rice's Interview with a Vampire and the novel of the same name.

AppearancesEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

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