Elijah Stormer
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Elijah Stormer
Franchise: True Blood
Notability: Minor character
Type: Vampire
Gender: Male
Location: Shreveport, Louisiana
Known relatives: Rosalyn Harris [1]
Status: Deceased
Died: 2009 [2]
1st appearance: "Everybody Wants to Rule the World"
Final: "Gone, Gone, Gone"
Actor: Keram Malicki-Sánchez

Elijah Stormer is a fictional vampire and a minor character featured on the HBO television series True Blood. Played by Canadian actor Keram Malicki-Sánchez, he was introduced in the season five episode, "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" and made two appearances in the series in total.

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Elijah Stormer was a vampire and the progeny of Vampire Authority elder Rosalyn Harris. When Eric Northman went rogue, Rosalyn appointed Elijah as the new sheriff of Area 5. He introduced himself to Pam De Beaufort and Tara Thornton at Fangtasia and announced that he was taking over. [3]

Elijah handed down a mandate that Fangtasia was to be converted into a peep show house and a veritable vampire breeding ground, with instructions to produce at least thirty new vampires a year. Pam and Tara refused to go along with this plan and Tara decided to take matters into her own hands. Conspiring with the barmaid Ginger, she baited Elijah into coming into the back parlor where Ginger was pretending to be dead. When Elijah leaned down to check her vitals, Ginger stabbed him with a silver blade and Tara came up behind him and beheaded him. [4]

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  1. Maker, deceased.
  2. Although the episode was originally broadcast in 2012, the events from season five actually take place in late 2009.
  3. True Blood: Everybody Wants to Rule the World
  4. True Blood: Gone, Gone, Gone

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