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Whoo, tough one here. This is a question, as you can imagine, that leads into some dangerous waters. Let's start with age: While there is nothing in the text which specifically states Armand's age when Marius saves him we do know that he's forever trapped in the body of a 17 year old. Text in TVA suggests that Marius knew Armand for 2 years before turning him, which would place him at age 15 when the two of them first met. Anne Rice FAQ
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10 Things 90s Kids Will Have To Explain To Their Children While most things we experienced as tots in that headiest of eras seems pretty self-explanatory (plaid was everywhere, Leonardo DiCaprio was the molten ball of light around which the solar system turned, and there was no color too bright for your sweatpants) there are some things that will be a bit harder to explain. Here, a primer for when your future children want to know what the hell you were doing with your boxy, multicolored electronics. 1.
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