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  • History of this race is unknown.
  • Write the first section of your page here.
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  • Vampires, also known as the Children of the Night, are a species of Downworlders. Along with werewolves, vampires are humans infected with a demon disease. However, unlike the former, vampires are considered "undead".
  • Vampires are the blood-suckers of legend, though legend often gets much of the story wrong. Instead of enlarged canines, vampires have another set of teeth, all pointed, and retractable. Also, crosses and garlic do little to stop them, and sunlight is little more than a bad sunburn.
  • The "Vampires" are enemies of the Gantz game's participants, whom they refer to as "Hunters". They have worked with aliens to attack the hunters during missions, and have also attacked the some of the hunters outside of missions. Kurono's younger brother, Akira Kurono, was one of them. He was killed off after calling him and telling him they were coming after him, and how to fight them. The vampires are a result of numerous nanomachines within the human body, giving them super-human reflexes and strength.
  • A Vampire is an Elder, typically of the Next Generation, belonging to one of the various vampire clans. Vampires are known in folklore as blood-drinkers, however this is only true of some vampiric clans. Other vampires draw sustenance from drinking auras, memories, or even feelings such as pain. Vampires are born immortal - resembling young adults despite a physical age often measured in millenia - and are extremely difficult to kill without special weaponry (Clarent and Excalibur are among the few weapons able to easily kill a vampire).
  • Vampires can refer to: * Vampire, an enemy faction that shows up during Halloween Events * Vampyri, a subgroup of the Council faction * 5th Column Vampyri, enemies belonging to the 5th Column * Lt. Blechley, a Council Elite Boss vampyri * Nosferatu, a Council Archvillain vampyri
  • Vampires or vampirekin are they who identify as vampires mentally or spiritually. The vampire community is usually seen as a sub community of the otherkin community.
  • Vampires are a major part of The Dark Tower Series. Father Callahan went around the country killing and being chased by vampires. They are able to carry blood-transmitted diseases like AIDS. The vampires are servants of the Crimson King.
  • In The Pumpkin King, they, like everyone else, are driven out of town by the bug army. One of them is put in to some kind trance by Lock, Shock, and Barrel but is restored to normal after it's death. They reward Jack the Bat Boomerang upgrade Dr. Finkelstein asked him to deliver.
  • A Vampire is a magical being that is known for biting people on the neck and sucking their blood. They are usually pale and gaunt, with sharp teeth for puncturing the neck. They have an aversion to garlic, and can be kept at bay by its presence.
  • At one time, the Vampires were normal people who were infected by a bacteria (later dubbed Vampiris, by Matheson). Unlike Neville, they had no immunity to the virus and subsequently became creatures previously known only in legend as vampires. Ben Cortman is one such vampire.
  • Vampires are a form of mystically-resurrected humans, who subsist by feeding on the life essence (generally in the form of blood) of living creatures, regardless of whether they are undead or a living person/being.
  • We are a Guild. This guild is friendly to any english players :). Once agian 3 times remade trying to get back up this time no deletion :).
  • Premier membre Année d'origine Espèces apparentés Population actuelle Les Vampires sont l'une des races existant dans l'univers Underworld.
  • Vampires are undead bloodsucking creatures. There are several interpretations of a vampire, but the most common aspect between most of them are that they cannot stand the sun, as thier skin would burn and when they suck the blood of thier victim, they too would turn into a vampire. This article is a stub. You can help the My English Wiki by [ expanding it].
  • Vampires are common monsters found in the Goosebumps universe.
  • A Vampire in the Suikoden series is not so much a separate species as it is an an irreversible condition placed on humans. __TOC__
  • Vampires are magical creatures of the night which appear in the series only sporadically. The only known vampire in the Harry Potter series is Sanguini.
  • Vampires are a group of undead creatures of the night who lived by feeding on blood, that operate across the world—most notably in New Marais. The group in New Marais were controlled by one head vampire, and came in various appearances and abilities.
  • In the Naritaverse, the term 'vampire' does not refer to one, singular race or species. Instead, there are countless varieties of vampires around the world, as reflected in their diverse depictions in varying human mythologies. The one thing that unites all vampires is that they can freely exercise control over their souls. There are around fifty thousand vampires currently living on Earth. For a list of important vampires - turned, pureblood, or otherwise, please consult the . Other, less important named vampires may be found at the Organization and Clans pages.
  • Vampires are bloodsucking creatures in a number of universes. They're most common in folklore and fantasy stories, but there are also many science fiction vampires. The movie Daybreakers is one such example.
  • Vampires is the fifth track from the album The Harsh Light of Day.
  • Vampires and vampirism play a minor role in the Yellow Mythos. For example, the vampiress Carmilla may have inspired the name of Camilla, who is occasionally given vampiric traits. Vampires are tangentially mentioned in the non-mythos poem Unmasquerade. Stories and poems specifically featuring vampires or vampirism include: * to be added
  • Typically, a vampire is sustained by the blood or lifeforce of a human. Their origins as a species are largely unknown. While Lovecraft's work is often focused on the undead, vampires are never featured. Other contributers of the Cthulhu mythos, however, have used these creatures in their stories.
  • Vampires are the cousins of the vampaneze. Unable to walk in daylight, they only come out at night. They are some of the most feared creatures in history, having earned a bad reputation from the time when they killed to feed. After the division many years ago, vampires vowed to never again kill for the sake of feeding, unlike their counterparts, the vampaneze.
  • Vampires have fangs and feed on blood. They lack a reflection, can change into bats at will, can sort of glide across the ground to move, and suffer from blood lust.
  • Vampires are theorized to have been existing among humans for centuries, hiding among the general populace either as beings of high authority or average humans. Their primary attribute is that they must regularly drink human blood to survive.
  • Vampires are supernatural creatures who feed on blood. They exhibit greater strength and healing than normal humans, and are immortal.
  • True Vampires, like Thuringwethil or Gulavhar were powerful Maia-Spirits, lesser Vampires, as the Morroval and Morvul were just the weaker Maiarindi-offspring of corporeal Maiar and far smaller and not truly immortal.
  • A group of animal-eating vampires lived in Farmer Benny's barn. They were thought to be friendly around humans, but apparently they didn't like wizards. A vampire named Malaki killed Benny and attempted to kill Anon, but Anon was able to burn the barn down and kill them.
  • Vampires are creatures of legend who typically drink blood and avoid sunlight. Image:The Count's Storybook Theatre.jpg| Count von Count Sesame Street File:Countess von Backwards.jpg| The Countess Sesame Street Image:Character.countsmother.jpg| Count von Count's Mother Sesame Street File:Character.countsbrother.jpg| Count von Count's Brother Sesame Street 2624streetstory1.jpg| The Count's Grandparents Sesame Street File:Countessmother.jpg| Mama Countess Sesame Street Image:TMSvampire-thumb.jpg| Dracula The Muppet Show episode 119 Image:Donpropguy.jpg| Don the Prop Guy Muppets Tonight episode 106 Image:Walter-vampire.jpg| Walter Sesame Street (EKA: Episode 2277) Sesamstrasse2405.jpg| cheese vampire Sesamstrasse episode 2405 Image:Folge2415-2.jpg| Count Rucola Sesamstrasse episode 2415
  • Vampires, or Vamps for short, are a race of blood-drinking supernatural creatures that were once human. They have been encountered by the Winchesters, Gordon Walker and other hunters. However it has been stated encountering a vampire is very rare as hunters have hunted them near to extinction although due to their ability to reproduce by transfusion there only needs to be one for them to repopulate. All vampires originate from the Alpha Vampire. Vampires are also one of the most frequently recurring supernatural creatures in the series.
  • Vampires are undead humans known for their thirst for blood. They occasionally turn into Bats and can be seen in dank areas such as Drefia, Vengoth and the Ankrahmun Tombs. Vampire societies are divided into noble and commoner ranks. Due to their life-sucking nature, vampires have a degenerating effect on all life surrounding them. This becomes strikingly clear from Marziel's Diary VII (Book). See also Vampire NPCs.
  • User with this ability either is or can transform into a Vampire, a being who subsists by feeding on the life essence of living creatures (often in the form of blood), regardless of whether the vampire is undead or a living person/being. While all vampires need some form of life-essence, the quality and quantity vary greatly: from daily to rarely, from needing lethal amounts to barely notable, from sentient blood freshly drained to rare steak. Mentally vampires vary from perfectly normal persons with unusual dietary requirements to predatory, calculating beings, to hunger-driven blood-junkies.
  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=Vampires/preload editintro=Vampires/editintro width=25 Vampires have always fascinated the human race for as long as the stories of the undead feasting off the blood of the living were developed. It used to be that these blood lusting creatures would strike fear into the hearts of even the bravest men and women, however as a result of the writings of Bram Stoker the Vampire has become a creature that is symbolic of eternal beauty, lustful desires, and absolute perfection. The vampiric legends have transformed from something evil of the night to something that every human being desires to... immortality, power, and infallible. The purpose of this wiki (even if it's small) is to endow the knowledge of the vampiric
  • After Austria gained control of northern Serbia and Oltenia with the Treaty of Passarowitz in 1718, officials noted the local practice of exhuming bodies and "killing vampires". Reports hereof, prepared between 1725 and 1732, received widespread publicity. Specifically, it was the Serbian word "вампир" ("vampir"), used for Arnold Paole, a purported vampire from the time period when Serbia was incorporated into the Austrian Empire, that made it into the West European languages.
  • Vampires live forever, and several depicted vampires are hundreds of years old or more. Their diet is based strictly on blood, and while human blood is preferred, some can survive also by ingesting the blood of other animals (although this is usually less desirable or less nutritious). Sometimes, their behaviour becomes feral and emotionless upon becoming a vampire, while other vampires do show human empathy or even act completely normal and retain their original human personality. This is caused by the existence of different sub-types of vampires, which have different characteristics. Some are known to be completely evil and devoid of humanity, while others only have their humanity drowned out by the urge for blood or a drive towards violence.
  • Vampires in the NS universe are not undead, but rather a living species of the night. Vampires can however pass some of their traits onto creatures they have eaten off too frequently. However, a person (or animal) killed in one feeding will not return as one of the undead, and instead will simply be dead.
  • Name Lucian Townsend Cullen black Lucian Townsend Cullen Black Hair color black Black Eye color Brown Brown History 1st century Emily Stauffers who live in Portland Oregon on the other side of the Washington State's she's loves America one day when she was at school she saw a teenage male his name is Julius Emily stuffer is 17 years old Julius is already a teacher he's 21 is teaching a lot of kids so she kept looking at him one day when it's on each other they went on a date she got what she wanted except together the start dating a year later she was pregnant with the twins after that Julius was reminding her that what she was doing he taught her that he's a half vampire half human hybrid she tells him that I'm a hybrid to half an immortal half human half vampire half shapeshifter When th
  • The Garou are not the only race on the face of Gaia that the humans mistakenly believe to be merely legends. In the cities, amidst the stifling suppression of Gaia and the Wyld, the Vampires pettily struggle for power. The Vampires are creatures of the Wyrm, and are among the Garou's greatest enemies. They are largely responsible for the unchecked growth of the cities, as they need more human population (and thus more food). A meeting between Vampire and Garou is usually a battle to the death.
  • The difference in external diagnostic features between humans and vampires were actually pretty subtle, both because vampires never lasted long enough to diverge greatly from the human baseline, and also because natural selection is going to promote superficial similarity. However, while virtually identical to modern humans in terms of gross physical morphology, vampires were radically divergent from humans on the biochemical, neurological, and soft tissue levels. This limited significant physical changes to soft tissue and microstructures that do not fossilize. This is one of the reasons why it's so difficult to identify these creatures in the fossil record—the other reason being that they sat at the very apex of the food pyramid, which means that they were quite rare even at peak numbers
  • Vampires, also known as Longteeth, were undead beings with a number being servants of the great cosmic vampire known as Starbreaker. These individuals served as his disciples and preyed on various sentient beings throughout the universe. They were known to hunt in packs and corner living beings who they considered little more than cattle. Any being that strayed and were discovered by these vampires were felt to be far from their pastures thus they were either transformed into a vampire or fed on as dinner. Those that were turned into vampires considered their sire as their master and were quick to protect them. When killed, the flesh of a vampire quickly disintegrated and left nothing behind but demonic bones. In Space Sector 0650, a member of this race arrived on an isolated farm field wh
  • Vampires were, alongside the humans and the Hylden, one of the three sapient races dominant in Nosgoth. Though the original, Ancient Vampires were a species in their own right, the term "vampire" eventually came to refer to any individual afflicted with the blood curse, irrespective of birth. Vampirism comprised an extremely eclectic heritage which spanned many generations and sub-races across history, but with common traits: usually, vampires needed to consume blood regularly to survive, were immortal and sterile, were vulnerable to water and sunlight, developed individual abilities and dark gifts, and would drastically evolve over time.
  • Vampires are bloodsucking undead creatures. They usually come out in the hours of Twilight, because sunlight burns their flesh, and causes them to lose their powers. One notable exception is Count von Count.
  • Vampires are undead supernatural beings born from humans who have drunk the blood of a vampire usually after being drained of blood themselves. In some cases, a human is turned after they drink a vampire's blood without being drained. Those who have drunk the blood of a vampire without being drained are said to be half vampires or ghouls. The difference between the two is that a half-vampire is a Master Vampire's childe, whereas a ghoul is more of a daytime guardian or family servant.
  • Vampires, or Homo Sapiens Mortis, are humans infected with a strange disease that alters their physiology drastically. As a result, they become dependant on the consumption of (usually human) blood, become allergic to the sun, gain considerable physical strength, stop aging and develop a host of additional powers (some of which seem depended on the specific strain of the virus). The vampires in Antwerp have caused minor trouble in the past (see Wrath of the Kindred) but mostly behave in line with their group at large.
  • Vamps are getting very common in dizzywood. The vamps are nothing but groups of dizzies joining together to be vamps having vamp wars and everything. There are 2 sides of vamps there are Witherings side and the good side. Witherings side is ruled by meagie a gold member'. Both Teams have vampires that protect there team from getting hurt by werewolves. Vampires protect and gather at The Chasm. Due to the fact the gold astral was on longer than meagie Astral7 the nonmember rules the chasm. But the rumor mill is running and recently it was heard the 2 sides of vamps are joining together. the usual look of the vamps are pale skin red eyes and jet black hair with the colors of black and red. some have fangs and some dont but still are vamps so watch out dizzies the vamps are here and we are re
  • According to Romanian legend, the Strix - a nocturnal blood that feeds on human blood and flesh – created the world’s first Vampire. The bird, rare and thought to be extinct, fed upon the blood of a wounded knight named Vlod Dracul during his stint as a member of the Order of the Dragon in 1245. Nicknamed Vlod the Devil, Dracul soon after began to crave the taste of human flesh and blood, much like the bird, and was renowned in his country for acts of cannibalism and bloody murder. Dracul became addicted to killing, and found that the more blood that he consumed, the younger he remained, adding to the belief that he was immortal. Soon enough immortal life turned lonesome, and Dracul craved the company of another undying soul to share his eternity with. With the help from local witches, Dra
  • Those stronger beings in search of riches are usually seen wandering the Grotto or fighting against Werewolves, their eternal adversaries (and by far their most challenging to fight). Players who prefer to come into being as Vampires should understand that there are no benefits in doing so; only the nature of the booty (in this case, blood) and the avatar's default appearance differ from their lycanthropic counterparts.
Leader
Level
  • 5
Season
  • 1
Era
  • • Before Nosgoth's recorded history
Strengths
  • Immortality, Shapeshifting, Magic Affinity, Hypnosis, Super strength, Super speed, Super healing, Super charisma
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Factions
  • • The Circle of Nine
  • • Kain's empire
  • • Kain's vampire army
  • • The Cabal
Infobox
  • Occult
Age of Race
  • At least 10,000
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Homeland
  • Ireland, Danu Talis
Category
Realm
  • • Material Realm
Team Name
  • Vampires
Appearances
  • • • • • • •
Eyes
  • 2
Characteristics
  • Feed on human blood, allergic to sun, stronger than average humans, various special powers
Subgroups
Status
  • Undead
  • Active
  • Extant
Appearance
  • Pointed ears, Pale skin, Fanged canines
Server
  • rushu
Hair
  • Varies
Introduced
  • Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain
Actor
  • Various
Name
  • Vampire
  • Vampires
  • The vampires
Type
  • Attributes
Caption
  • An artist's rendition of a Dearg Due vampire.
  • Concept artwork of the vampire Vorador, and his Mansion, from Legacy of Kain: Defiance.
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  • Vampires
primary locations
primary attire
  • Dark pants, pea coats
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Current status
  • Defeated
Members
  • 14
Notable Members
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  • 217
Appears In
Allies
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  • A group of vampires.
Inhabitants
  • Various
Founder
Population
  • Unknown
Base
  • TBA
Species
Enemies
Class
Weaknesses
  • * Sunlight
  • Blood Dependency, Sunlight, Garlic, Holy Relics, Running Water, Arithmomania, Stakes, Beheading
Color
  • Varies
Powers
Nicknames
  • Leeches, Homo Sapiens Mortis
NumberOfFingers
  • 5
NumberOfToes
  • 5
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quirks
  • Must drink blood to sustain their 'life', no reflection
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  • Vampires
alt name
  • Children of the Night
  • Night Children
Relations
  • Mostly neutral towards Technocratic Union
Current
  • TBA
Universe
  • Spawn; Invincible
Homeworld
  • Nikara
Mixed
  • y
Family
  • Leviathans
  • Monsters
  • Eve †
  • Alpha Vampire †
Skin
  • Pale from not being out in the sun, a few facial scar.
Former
  • TBA
Variants
  • • Ancient Vampires
  • • Vampires (Soul Reaver era)
  • • Vampires (post-Blood Omen era)
  • • Vampires (second generation)
Creator
Location
  • N/A
Rivals
  • Humans
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Magical or Muggle
  • Magical
Title/Alias
  • Vamps
  • Fangs
  • Fangbangers
  • Bloodsuckers
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population actuelle
  • Inconnu
premier membre
année d'origine
  • 5
espèces apparentés
movie appearance
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  • User with this ability either is or can transform into a Vampire, a being who subsists by feeding on the life essence of living creatures (often in the form of blood), regardless of whether the vampire is undead or a living person/being. While all vampires need some form of life-essence, the quality and quantity vary greatly: from daily to rarely, from needing lethal amounts to barely notable, from sentient blood freshly drained to rare steak. Physically vampires are similar to their non-vampiric species, but exact changes their state causes vary greatly: more common effects include pale/white skin, glowing eyes (possibly changing to golden or red), prominent canines or generally predatory appearance, but some have no visible changes at all, while others barely pass for a humanoid. Mentally vampires vary from perfectly normal persons with unusual dietary requirements to predatory, calculating beings, to hunger-driven blood-junkies. Generally vampires are physically imposing beings with excellent strength, speed, endurance and agility, excellent senses, extended living-span nearing ageless and high-level resistance to damage. Other abilities include ability to turn other beings into vampires (possibly involuntarily), mental abilities, transformation into animals or mist, etc. Note that vampires are able to learn Magic, so the variety of powers some have isn't so much result of them being vampires as their own studies.
  • Vampires, also known as the Children of the Night, are a species of Downworlders. Along with werewolves, vampires are humans infected with a demon disease. However, unlike the former, vampires are considered "undead".
  • Vampires are the blood-suckers of legend, though legend often gets much of the story wrong. Instead of enlarged canines, vampires have another set of teeth, all pointed, and retractable. Also, crosses and garlic do little to stop them, and sunlight is little more than a bad sunburn.
  • The "Vampires" are enemies of the Gantz game's participants, whom they refer to as "Hunters". They have worked with aliens to attack the hunters during missions, and have also attacked the some of the hunters outside of missions. Kurono's younger brother, Akira Kurono, was one of them. He was killed off after calling him and telling him they were coming after him, and how to fight them. The vampires are a result of numerous nanomachines within the human body, giving them super-human reflexes and strength.
  • A Vampire is an Elder, typically of the Next Generation, belonging to one of the various vampire clans. Vampires are known in folklore as blood-drinkers, however this is only true of some vampiric clans. Other vampires draw sustenance from drinking auras, memories, or even feelings such as pain. Vampires are born immortal - resembling young adults despite a physical age often measured in millenia - and are extremely difficult to kill without special weaponry (Clarent and Excalibur are among the few weapons able to easily kill a vampire).
  • Vampires can refer to: * Vampire, an enemy faction that shows up during Halloween Events * Vampyri, a subgroup of the Council faction * 5th Column Vampyri, enemies belonging to the 5th Column * Lt. Blechley, a Council Elite Boss vampyri * Nosferatu, a Council Archvillain vampyri
  • Vampires or vampirekin are they who identify as vampires mentally or spiritually. The vampire community is usually seen as a sub community of the otherkin community.
  • Vampires are a major part of The Dark Tower Series. Father Callahan went around the country killing and being chased by vampires. They are able to carry blood-transmitted diseases like AIDS. The vampires are servants of the Crimson King.
  • The Garou are not the only race on the face of Gaia that the humans mistakenly believe to be merely legends. In the cities, amidst the stifling suppression of Gaia and the Wyld, the Vampires pettily struggle for power. The Vampires are creatures of the Wyrm, and are among the Garou's greatest enemies. They are largely responsible for the unchecked growth of the cities, as they need more human population (and thus more food). A meeting between Vampire and Garou is usually a battle to the death. The taint of the Wyrm is strong in Vampires, and they are responsible for much evil. As a race, they ought be destroyed, for they are unswayably damned as servants of the Wyrm. The only salvation they deserve is destruction. Thus sing the Moon Dancers of the Garou, although there is far more to the beings who call themselves Kindred than the typical Garou needs to concern herself with.
  • In The Pumpkin King, they, like everyone else, are driven out of town by the bug army. One of them is put in to some kind trance by Lock, Shock, and Barrel but is restored to normal after it's death. They reward Jack the Bat Boomerang upgrade Dr. Finkelstein asked him to deliver.
  • A Vampire is a magical being that is known for biting people on the neck and sucking their blood. They are usually pale and gaunt, with sharp teeth for puncturing the neck. They have an aversion to garlic, and can be kept at bay by its presence.
  • Vampires in the NS universe are not undead, but rather a living species of the night. Vampires can however pass some of their traits onto creatures they have eaten off too frequently. However, a person (or animal) killed in one feeding will not return as one of the undead, and instead will simply be dead. Vampires also do not prey on victims in the streets, at least not anymore. As the world has modernized, so have the vampires, who are now an accepted part of society in the T.C.A.. Prior to the foundation of T.C.A. vampires generally travelled in packs or clans, ruled only by their own kind. Since that time however, as part of their acceptance into the T.C.A., those pack and clans were dissolved, though many still claim to be royalty through those old ways.
  • After Austria gained control of northern Serbia and Oltenia with the Treaty of Passarowitz in 1718, officials noted the local practice of exhuming bodies and "killing vampires". Reports hereof, prepared between 1725 and 1732, received widespread publicity. Specifically, it was the Serbian word "вампир" ("vampir"), used for Arnold Paole, a purported vampire from the time period when Serbia was incorporated into the Austrian Empire, that made it into the West European languages. What the word ultimately means is unknown, though there are two theories. Almost all Slavic languages possess some variation of the word, such as "upir", "wąpierz", and "upiór". One theory thus states that the Slavic languages have adapted the word from a Turkic term for "evil supernatural entity" (commonly simplified as "witch") , which is the Tatar word "ubyr". The word "upir" as a term for vampire is found for the first time in written form in 1047 in a letter to a Novgorodian prince referring to him as "Upir Lichyj" ("Wicked Vampire"). Another theory is that the Slavic variations come from the Slovak verb "vrepiť sa", which means "stick to" or "thrust into", which would make "upír" translateable as "someone who thrusts or bites". Following the popularization of vampires in horror stories in the early 19th century, the word "vampire" has been adapted to represent two monster definitions. Primarily, "vampire" refers to the common Western idea of a blood-sucking undead with fangs and a dislike for sunlight. Secondarily, the word can be used to describe the collective of vampiric creatures abundantly present in the mythology of about every culture. In this sense, the word is a little arbitrarily applied. A vampire of this kind is not really required to drink blood, only to feed on something either the living or the pure possess, although there are also many creatures who do this, like zombies, who are not called vampires.
  • At one time, the Vampires were normal people who were infected by a bacteria (later dubbed Vampiris, by Matheson). Unlike Neville, they had no immunity to the virus and subsequently became creatures previously known only in legend as vampires. Ben Cortman is one such vampire.
  • Vampires are a form of mystically-resurrected humans, who subsist by feeding on the life essence (generally in the form of blood) of living creatures, regardless of whether they are undead or a living person/being.
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  • Vampires, or Homo Sapiens Mortis, are humans infected with a strange disease that alters their physiology drastically. As a result, they become dependant on the consumption of (usually human) blood, become allergic to the sun, gain considerable physical strength, stop aging and develop a host of additional powers (some of which seem depended on the specific strain of the virus). Vampires are considered dangerous due to their predatory instinct, strength and specific powers, especially those among them that survive long enough to hone both their regular skills as well as their vampiric ones. Nevertheless, as a whole the group is mostly self-policing, staying hidden from the masses and rarely coming in direct contact with the Technocratic Union. As such, they are classified as a low priority. The vampires in Antwerp have caused minor trouble in the past (see Wrath of the Kindred) but mostly behave in line with their group at large. Especially old vampires can cause tremendous damage to society and the consensus; once such vampire was encountered in Eye Of The Storm. This incident has rekindled a discussion on the stance toward these reality deviants.
  • Premier membre Année d'origine Espèces apparentés Population actuelle Les Vampires sont l'une des races existant dans l'univers Underworld.
  • Vampires are undead bloodsucking creatures. There are several interpretations of a vampire, but the most common aspect between most of them are that they cannot stand the sun, as thier skin would burn and when they suck the blood of thier victim, they too would turn into a vampire. This article is a stub. You can help the My English Wiki by [ expanding it].
  • Vampires are common monsters found in the Goosebumps universe.
  • A Vampire in the Suikoden series is not so much a separate species as it is an an irreversible condition placed on humans. __TOC__
  • Vampires are magical creatures of the night which appear in the series only sporadically. The only known vampire in the Harry Potter series is Sanguini.
  • Vampires were, alongside the humans and the Hylden, one of the three sapient races dominant in Nosgoth. Though the original, Ancient Vampires were a species in their own right, the term "vampire" eventually came to refer to any individual afflicted with the blood curse, irrespective of birth. Vampirism comprised an extremely eclectic heritage which spanned many generations and sub-races across history, but with common traits: usually, vampires needed to consume blood regularly to survive, were immortal and sterile, were vulnerable to water and sunlight, developed individual abilities and dark gifts, and would drastically evolve over time. Under this definition, the first vampires emerged as a consequence of the vampire-Hylden war, when the Hylden unleashed the blood curse against their adversaries as retribution for their banishment. Before their extinction, these ancient vampires passed the curse on to humans, who carried on their lineage. Over the eras, under the leadership of ancient patriarchs such as Janos Audron, Vorador, and Kain, vampire culture alternated from that of feared and widely-hunted outcasts to that of Nosgoth's apex predators. Ranking among the series' defining and most recognizable components, vampires have appeared in all Legacy of Kain media to date.
  • Vampires are a group of undead creatures of the night who lived by feeding on blood, that operate across the world—most notably in New Marais. The group in New Marais were controlled by one head vampire, and came in various appearances and abilities.
  • In the Naritaverse, the term 'vampire' does not refer to one, singular race or species. Instead, there are countless varieties of vampires around the world, as reflected in their diverse depictions in varying human mythologies. The one thing that unites all vampires is that they can freely exercise control over their souls. There are around fifty thousand vampires currently living on Earth. For a list of important vampires - turned, pureblood, or otherwise, please consult the . Other, less important named vampires may be found at the Organization and Clans pages.
  • Those stronger beings in search of riches are usually seen wandering the Grotto or fighting against Werewolves, their eternal adversaries (and by far their most challenging to fight). Players who prefer to come into being as Vampires should understand that there are no benefits in doing so; only the nature of the booty (in this case, blood) and the avatar's default appearance differ from their lycanthropic counterparts. Unlike Werevolves, Vampires of different genders can be told apart. Male and female Vampires each possess particular sets of physical aspects (hairstyles and such...). Many players also find Vampires to look more civilized and less beast-like than their Lycan nemesis, albeit significantly weaker-looking than the latter. For players who chooses so, hellstones can be used to modify certain aspects of their avatar, such as eye colors, mouth shapes, nose shapes and hair types/colors. These option is however not free, as hellstones can only be acquired following an online transaction.
  • Vampires are bloodsucking creatures in a number of universes. They're most common in folklore and fantasy stories, but there are also many science fiction vampires. The movie Daybreakers is one such example.
  • Vampires is the fifth track from the album The Harsh Light of Day.
  • The difference in external diagnostic features between humans and vampires were actually pretty subtle, both because vampires never lasted long enough to diverge greatly from the human baseline, and also because natural selection is going to promote superficial similarity. However, while virtually identical to modern humans in terms of gross physical morphology, vampires were radically divergent from humans on the biochemical, neurological, and soft tissue levels. This limited significant physical changes to soft tissue and microstructures that do not fossilize. This is one of the reasons why it's so difficult to identify these creatures in the fossil record—the other reason being that they sat at the very apex of the food pyramid, which means that they were quite rare even at peak numbers.
  • Vampires and vampirism play a minor role in the Yellow Mythos. For example, the vampiress Carmilla may have inspired the name of Camilla, who is occasionally given vampiric traits. Vampires are tangentially mentioned in the non-mythos poem Unmasquerade. Stories and poems specifically featuring vampires or vampirism include: * to be added
  • Vampires are bloodsucking undead creatures. They usually come out in the hours of Twilight, because sunlight burns their flesh, and causes them to lose their powers. One notable exception is Count von Count. But remember kids, there are vampires, and then there are Meyerpires. Meyerpires can go out at any time they like, so long as they do not encounter natural light (for some reason light bulbs are perfectly okay). If they do appear in the sun, nothing directly fatal happens, they just SPARKLE. Now, I say directly fatal, because if a Meyerpire is caught sparkling in front of too many humans, the "authority" the vampire world, a band of old, powerful vampires known as the Volturi, will swoop down on them and kill him or her. This is because humans aren't supposed to know about vampires, so if a vampire is caught sparkling in the sun it will automatically give all vampires away.
  • Typically, a vampire is sustained by the blood or lifeforce of a human. Their origins as a species are largely unknown. While Lovecraft's work is often focused on the undead, vampires are never featured. Other contributers of the Cthulhu mythos, however, have used these creatures in their stories.
  • According to Romanian legend, the Strix - a nocturnal blood that feeds on human blood and flesh – created the world’s first Vampire. The bird, rare and thought to be extinct, fed upon the blood of a wounded knight named Vlod Dracul during his stint as a member of the Order of the Dragon in 1245. Nicknamed Vlod the Devil, Dracul soon after began to crave the taste of human flesh and blood, much like the bird, and was renowned in his country for acts of cannibalism and bloody murder. Dracul became addicted to killing, and found that the more blood that he consumed, the younger he remained, adding to the belief that he was immortal. Soon enough immortal life turned lonesome, and Dracul craved the company of another undying soul to share his eternity with. With the help from local witches, Dracul was able to carry out a ritual to bring the now-extinct Strix bird into his own being, and he drank from the wound of a local dying girl, who in turn drank the blood from another. Dracul now had company to keep, but he was of a greedy and bored sort and soon began to turn many others, spreading his evil throughout the land. Vampires were borne throughout Romania, Hungary and Bohemia, and they were a Coven, a devoted circle of immortals who were feared by many but were extremely loyal to each other. Famous Vampires from this Coven include Gilles de Rais and Elizabeth Bathory.
  • Vampires are the cousins of the vampaneze. Unable to walk in daylight, they only come out at night. They are some of the most feared creatures in history, having earned a bad reputation from the time when they killed to feed. After the division many years ago, vampires vowed to never again kill for the sake of feeding, unlike their counterparts, the vampaneze.
  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=Vampires/preload editintro=Vampires/editintro width=25 Vampires have always fascinated the human race for as long as the stories of the undead feasting off the blood of the living were developed. It used to be that these blood lusting creatures would strike fear into the hearts of even the bravest men and women, however as a result of the writings of Bram Stoker the Vampire has become a creature that is symbolic of eternal beauty, lustful desires, and absolute perfection. The vampiric legends have transformed from something evil of the night to something that every human being desires to... immortality, power, and infallible. The purpose of this wiki (even if it's small) is to endow the knowledge of the vampiric legends, upon those that wish to learn.
  • Vampires have fangs and feed on blood. They lack a reflection, can change into bats at will, can sort of glide across the ground to move, and suffer from blood lust.
  • Vampires are theorized to have been existing among humans for centuries, hiding among the general populace either as beings of high authority or average humans. Their primary attribute is that they must regularly drink human blood to survive.
  • Vampires are supernatural creatures who feed on blood. They exhibit greater strength and healing than normal humans, and are immortal.
  • True Vampires, like Thuringwethil or Gulavhar were powerful Maia-Spirits, lesser Vampires, as the Morroval and Morvul were just the weaker Maiarindi-offspring of corporeal Maiar and far smaller and not truly immortal.
  • Vampires live forever, and several depicted vampires are hundreds of years old or more. Their diet is based strictly on blood, and while human blood is preferred, some can survive also by ingesting the blood of other animals (although this is usually less desirable or less nutritious). Sometimes, their behaviour becomes feral and emotionless upon becoming a vampire, while other vampires do show human empathy or even act completely normal and retain their original human personality. This is caused by the existence of different sub-types of vampires, which have different characteristics. Some are known to be completely evil and devoid of humanity, while others only have their humanity drowned out by the urge for blood or a drive towards violence. Some vampires can infect their victims and turn them into vampires using their own blood or venom, whereas others have to drain the victim first before infecting with blood, have to also kill the victim or have to use a compilation of these methods. Others need to bite the victim a select number of times, with a smaller number of bites having a weaker effect, or none at all. Vampires can be killed by decapitation, which is the main method used to kill a vampire as all sub-types of vampires are vulnerable to this method. However some sub-types of vampires can be killed by other means, such as burning them or killing them with a wooden stake pierced through their heart. Even exposure to sunlight is fatal for some. When vampires die they will all turn to ash, leaving no body behind.
  • A group of animal-eating vampires lived in Farmer Benny's barn. They were thought to be friendly around humans, but apparently they didn't like wizards. A vampire named Malaki killed Benny and attempted to kill Anon, but Anon was able to burn the barn down and kill them.
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  • Vamps are getting very common in dizzywood. The vamps are nothing but groups of dizzies joining together to be vamps having vamp wars and everything. There are 2 sides of vamps there are Witherings side and the good side. Witherings side is ruled by meagie a gold member'. Both Teams have vampires that protect there team from getting hurt by werewolves. Vampires protect and gather at The Chasm. Due to the fact the gold astral was on longer than meagie Astral7 the nonmember rules the chasm. But the rumor mill is running and recently it was heard the 2 sides of vamps are joining together. the usual look of the vamps are pale skin red eyes and jet black hair with the colors of black and red. some have fangs and some dont but still are vamps so watch out dizzies the vamps are here and we are ready to drink. ( evil laugh )74.235.111.212 a vamp
  • Vampires, or Vamps for short, are a race of blood-drinking supernatural creatures that were once human. They have been encountered by the Winchesters, Gordon Walker and other hunters. However it has been stated encountering a vampire is very rare as hunters have hunted them near to extinction although due to their ability to reproduce by transfusion there only needs to be one for them to repopulate. All vampires originate from the Alpha Vampire. Vampires are also one of the most frequently recurring supernatural creatures in the series.
  • Name Lucian Townsend Cullen black Lucian Townsend Cullen Black Hair color black Black Eye color Brown Brown History 1st century Emily Stauffers who live in Portland Oregon on the other side of the Washington State's she's loves America one day when she was at school she saw a teenage male his name is Julius Emily stuffer is 17 years old Julius is already a teacher he's 21 is teaching a lot of kids so she kept looking at him one day when it's on each other they went on a date she got what she wanted except together the start dating a year later she was pregnant with the twins after that Julius was reminding her that what she was doing he taught her that he's a half vampire half human hybrid she tells him that I'm a hybrid to half an immortal half human half vampire half shapeshifter When the baby will be born at that time Early Ray black was born who's the first born child the father seems that the baby will be half un immortal vampire half human half shapeshifter it took several hours to take her Unborn Sun to come out of it's shell 3 hours later the baby you ripped out of her wound she named him Lucian Life he's half inmortal vampire half human half shapeshifter Parents Emily Stauffers Julius glamorous Siblings Damien Simon Jack Reyes read Half siblings Emily Jennifer Cousins Maya Mia Half cousins Marcus Lisa Maurice Donna Rainer Lucius Auntie's Nola Kiara Sierra Erica Miley Emily short Half aunt Somaya Uncles Ted Michelin foodie Half uncles Damon glamour Friend Anna Vanessa Emily tuck Ex friends Marcus Kobe scooter Ivan Devin and Bryce Species half an immortal vampire human shapeshifter Abilities super speed super strength superhuman super knowledge mind reading healing Factor super hearing mind hearing Special mind compulsion noticed Abilities golden age afterlife Personalities he likes what he does he doesn't direct others he doesn't like arguing or fighting he's funny-looking you're always making others laugh even though he's so funny he's always making jokes even though they're not funny makes him laugh even more he likes watching others making experiences making them express themselves to Likes he likes to go out and explode the world for hours until it's time for his curfew Dislikes father
  • Vampires, also known as Longteeth, were undead beings with a number being servants of the great cosmic vampire known as Starbreaker. These individuals served as his disciples and preyed on various sentient beings throughout the universe. They were known to hunt in packs and corner living beings who they considered little more than cattle. Any being that strayed and were discovered by these vampires were felt to be far from their pastures thus they were either transformed into a vampire or fed on as dinner. Those that were turned into vampires considered their sire as their master and were quick to protect them. When killed, the flesh of a vampire quickly disintegrated and left nothing behind but demonic bones. In Space Sector 0650, a member of this race arrived on an isolated farm field where he ripped the throat and fed upon Tasha; the wife of the farmer Ash. In a blind rage, Ash attempted to avenge his wife and attacked the vampire only for him to be easily overpowered. Rather than kill him, however, the vampire left him behind and departed for other parts. This led to the grieving husband Ash vowing to take revenge against all vampires and their patriarch; Starbreaker.
  • Vampires are undead humans known for their thirst for blood. They occasionally turn into Bats and can be seen in dank areas such as Drefia, Vengoth and the Ankrahmun Tombs. Vampire societies are divided into noble and commoner ranks. Due to their life-sucking nature, vampires have a degenerating effect on all life surrounding them. This becomes strikingly clear from Marziel's Diary VII (Book). See also Vampire NPCs.
  • Vampires are undead supernatural beings born from humans who have drunk the blood of a vampire usually after being drained of blood themselves. In some cases, a human is turned after they drink a vampire's blood without being drained. Those who have drunk the blood of a vampire without being drained are said to be half vampires or ghouls. The difference between the two is that a half-vampire is a Master Vampire's childe, whereas a ghoul is more of a daytime guardian or family servant. In Santa Carla, a vampire pack or tribe is made of a Master and his/her subordinates who hold sway over a hunting territory. The number of hunting packs depends on the human population size. A thrall is someone who is enthralled or mesmerized by a vampire, i.e slave. A dhamphir is the offspring of a human and the son of the karkanxholl or the lugat in Albanian folklore. If the fiend sleeps with a woman and she is impregnated with a child, the offspring is called a dhampir and has the unique ability to discern the true nature of the monster; from this derives the expression "the dhampir knows the lugat". The lugat cannot be seen by mortals, he can only be killed by the dhampir, who himself is usually the son of the lugat. In different regions, animals can be turned into revenants such as lugats; also, living people during their sleep.
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