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Strigoi have appeared many times in popular culture.

  • The Sixth Edition (6 Ed.) of the Warhammer Fantasy Battle game gives the name Strigoi to a bloodline of monstrous vampires, similar to Count Orlok.
  • Underground adventure game, Ben Jordan: Case 3 features a Strigoi who goes by the name of Zortherus
  • The term is used to describe vampires in general in the book series "The Hunt" by Susan Sizemore.
  • The term is used in a song from the black metal band Dark Funeral the song is called "Ravenna Strigoi Mortii" and is on the album Vobiscum Satanas.
  • The Strigoi play a central role in Graham Masterton's 2006 book, The Descendant.
  • The Strigoi play a central role in Dan Simmon's 1992 book, Children of the Night.
  • A group of strigoi appeared in the episode "Bite Father, Bite Son" of American Dragon: Jake Long.
  • In the Dracula (2000) movie, Count Dracula calls his wolf pet by the names of "strigoi" and "moroi".
  • One of the villains in the 30 Days of Night (2007) film is listed as "Strigoi" in the end credits.
  • Richelle Mead's Vampire Academy series features Strigoi as villains.
  • The videogame Ace Combat 6 features an enemy squadron called "Strigon", which insignia & paintscheme contains death motifs.
  • The 2007 Video Game The Witcher based on the novels by Andrzej Sapkowski, features a vampyric female creature known as a striga.
  • A Strigoi appears in "Philologos; or, A Murder in Bistritia" by Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald in the February, 2008 Fantasy and Science Fiction
  • 1999 The Strigoi are the featured enemy in the Hercules: The Legendary Journeys episode "Darkness Visible".
  • On the T.V. show Supernatural, season 1, first aired in 2006, there was an episode titled "Something Wicked" and the term 'shtriga' was mentioned and seen in the show.
  • In the 2008 video game Soul Calibur 4 the French fencer (and vampire) Raphael Sorel has a move called the Strigoi Envelopment.
  • In the 2008 adventure video game "A vampyre story" one of the more prominent characters is named Madam Strigoi and all though she is not herself a vampyre (as far as we know) she has great insight into vampires.
  • In the Guardians of Ga' Hoole book series, an evil owl who's ancestors were witch owls called hagsfiends renames herself the Striga after her escape from the Qui' Dragon Palace.
  • Mike Mignola's Right Hand of Doom, from the Hellboy series feature's a female vampire proclaiming that the vârcolac (singular entity here) is the master of the moroii and strigoi.
  • In the ABC television series, "Scariest Places on Earth," strigoi are discussed in an episode called "Return to Romania Dare." The episode originally aired on April 21, 2002.
  • In Disgaea series, there's a class of vampires called Strigoi.

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