|Emelie Van Gould|
|A Vampire who loves pink, pop, and lots of it, Emelie missed the memo that encouraged all vampires to embrace a gothic lifestyle. Struggling to accept the vampire lifestyle, Emelie loves a good salad and spending time in the sun. She also finds cuddly and furry animals to be the cutest things in the world! And while her father assumes that the most controversial thing about his bubbly young daughter is her choice in colors, he would never suspect that young Emelie secretly has an unwavering crush on one Waylon Wolff.|
|Education and employment|
|Family/Families||Van Gould family|
|Parents||Ayden Van Gould|
|Siblings||Tristan Van Gould|
|Game||The Sims 3: Supernatural|
Emelie Van Gould is a pre-made vampire introduced in Supernatural, residing with her father Ayden Van Gould and brother Tristan Van Gould in Moonlight Falls. She loves anything cute or pink and is romantically involved with a member of her family's archrivals, Waylon Wolff. She has no skills and carries a boombox and a copy of "French Toast, French Fries, and French Kissing" in her inventory.
Emelie is good friends with Dayvid Musgrave, friends with her brother Tristan and her father Ayden and distant friends with Pip Goodfellow. She is disliked by Pappy Wolff and romantically involved with his grandson, Waylon Wolff.
- It is written in her biography that her favorite music is pop, but the actual one is indie; possibly a minor mistake from the creators.
- Her relationship with Waylon is similar to Romeo Monty and Juliet Capp's (both inspired by the play written by Shakespeare) in The Sims 2, as they are both romantic interests of rival families.
- Emelie is most likely a spoof of Draculaura from Monster High as they are both teenage vampires who love and wear pink, have pigtails, have an interest in vegetables and animals, and date a werewolf who has good grades at school. She is also similar, in some ways, to Jessica Hamby from the TV show True Blood, another teenaged female vampire who often defies conventional gothic stereotypes by behaving in a more exaggeratedly "girly" manner.