|“||His name's Pac-Man. We've been porting the vampire gene into other species, experimenting.||„|
|~ Asher Talos about the dog, Pac-Man.|
Pac-Man is an antagonist in Blade: Trinity. He is a vampire Pomeranian dog who is Jarko Glennwood's pet and the first of the ordinary animals to become the new vampire species and he is a prototype dog, an experiment for injecting the vampires' gene in other species than humans. He becomes Jarko Grimwood's pet, who brings him anywhere with him.
Pac-Man is seen with Jarko during Hannibal King's torture, and acknowledges the human as an enemy. When he breaks free, Pac-Man intercepts him, followed by the two dangerous pitbulls injected with vampire DNA. The three dogs eventually charge King and force him to flee, but, just in front of a window, Hannibal jumps and hangs on a tube, thus making all of the dogs fly out of the window. Since a brief time later dawn comes, Pac-Man is supposed to be permanently dead along with the two pitbulls.
Pac-Man has a cruel, cunning, and manipulative side. He possesses all of the vampires' abilities, so he is more strong, fast, quick, resistant, and invulnerable than a normal dog and feeds on blood. He shares the same weaknesses, such as sunlight, silver, and garlic.
Behind the Scenes
Originally, Pac-Man was supposed to be a Doberman, but Ryan Reynolds convinced David S. Goyer to change it in something more unexpected, comical, and funny.
- Pac-Man's jaws are the same as Jared Nomak and the Reapers from Blade II.
- Originally, Pac-Man was supposed to be a Doberman, but Ryan Reynolds convinced David S. Goyer to change it into something more unexpected, comical, and funny.
- He shares the same name with the video game character, Pac-Man.