Sisi Stringer, who plays Vampire Academy, has revealed an unpredictable and painful side effect during filming the series.
Rosemarie is played by Stringer, a Dhampir Guardian who is a Moroi-human hybrid who has the task of protecting the Moroi from Strigoi.
Stringer revealed that while filming outside, she developed frostbite on her fingers in an exclusive interview with Digital Spy.
Stringer emphasized that she had to endure harsh winter conditions in the Spanish winter, and that physical difficulties exceeded emotional difficulties.
"I think everything comes with its emotional challenges, but I think for me the physical difficulties were greater than they were, and they were definitely something I had to overcome," she said.
"Every now and then it would be a couple of kilometres away."
Shooting the strenuous training scenes outside left her feeling like she had severe frostbite on her fingers, according to the star.
"And so we're out there, and we're battling and working and doing all this stuff, but you feel like you may get frostbite when your fingers begin to turn to ice.
"So the physical difficulties were definitely noticeable for me," she said.
Julie Plec, the co-creator of The Vampire Diaries' latest fantasy horror series, takes place at a boarding school for vampires and Dhampirs (half vampires).
Plec explained how the show differs from The Vampire Diaries: "There's not much overlap except for the emotional stuff." "This is very different from [The Vampire Diaries] in a Spanish castle, with the opulence dialed up."
Peacock on September 15 in the United States, and on Peacock on Sky and Now on September 16 in the United Kingdom.