Vampires are supernaturally reanimated human corpses that drink human blood.

Known VampiresEdit

  • Count Dracula - Turned by the Devil and progenitor of the vampire race. Killed by Gabriel Van Helsing.
  • Verona - One of Dracula's brides and assumed to be the eldest. Killed when an explosive cart sent shrapnel through her heart.
  • Marishka - Another of Dracula's brides. Killed by Gabriel Van Helsing.
  • Aleera - the third and youngest of the brides. Killed by Anna Valerious.

Powers & AbilitiesEdit

The Devil gives vampires many powers.

  • Immortality - Vampires do not age nor decay and have the potential to live forever.
  • Superhuman Strength - Vampires possess preternatural physical strength which allows them to subdue any prey with ease. They can lift heavy weights that no mortal can.
  • Superhuman Speed - Vampires move with such speed that they seem to appear and disappear instantaneously.
  • Superhuman Senses - Their senses are heightened.
  • Healing Factor - They do not get sick and heal instantaneously from any bodily wound.
  • Demonic Vampire Bat Form - Vampires can transform into winged demonic bat-like creatures.
    • Flight - While in their demonic form, vampires can fly.
  • Elemental Manipulation - Vampires can manifest and influence the elements.
  • Gravity Defiance - Vampires can adhere to walls and ceilings.


  • Sunlight - Sunlight burns their skin and can reduce them to ash.
  • Pierced Heart - A stake or arrow through their hearts will kill them.
  • Garlic - Vampires are repulsed by the smell and touch of garlic.
  • Holy Water - Holy water will kill them like a acid or poison.
  • Crucifix - A crucifix will burn them.
  • Werewolf Venom - Only venom from a werewolf bite can kill Dracula.

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