2017-12-15, 04:41 AM (ISO 8601)
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Index of Vampiric Variants
I'm trying to compile a list of different varieties of vampires/vampiric monsters. The list includes variant Vampires, creatures with vampiric traits, anything with "Vampire" in the name, and a small number of conditions inflicted by Vampires. Pathfinder and 3rd Party are a-okay.
Here are the ones I've got so far and the book they're from as well as a brief description.
Blood Fiend - Fiend Folio: Demon strain of vampirism.
Blood Ghoul - Ghostwalk: Creature who has gained enhanced strength by ingesting a Vampire's blood. The Vampire in question is granted control of any Blood Ghouls they create. Very similar to the Ghouls from White Wolf's World of Darkness setting.
Blood Mummy (Hijarjany) - Dangerous Denizens: The Monsters of Tellene: Mummy who feeds on blood to maintain the appearance they had when alive.
Demon Vampire - Web Article: A glabrezu with the standard vampire template.
Drider Vampire - City of the Spider Queen: A drow that got cursed by Lolth, and then got cursed again, and now they have too many legs and drink blood.
Fire Vampire - D20 Call of Cthulhu Core Rulebook: Diminutive aberration that is made of fire and feeds on the "essence" of living creatures. Not associated with more traditional Vampires.
Half-Vampire - Libris Mortis: Living offspring of a recently turned vampire and a living creature, or of a vampire who was turned while pregnant.
Hopping Vampire - Oriental Adventures: A chinese variant of Vampire, moves by hopping.
Kasian Vampire - Dragon #348: Strain of Vampirism originating with Kas, Vecna's Vampire lieutenant.
Katane - Dragon #313: Half Vampire, more powerful than the Half-Vampire in Libris Mortis.
Mindflayer Vampire - Lords of Madness: As the name suggests. Not necessarily related to standard vampirism.
Monstrous Vampire - Ghostwalk: Standard Vampirism, but with looser restrictions.
Moonbane Vampire - Libris Mortis: Vampire that is weak to moonlight instead of sunlight.
Pennaggolan - Oriental Adventures: East asian variety of Vampire whose head can separate from its body.
Persuasive Vampire - Libris Mortis: Vampire that gains mass Suggestion instead of Dominate.
Psychic Vampire - Libris Mortis: Vampire that drains Wis instead of Con.
Savage Vampire - Dragon #348: More brutish variety of Vampire, not to be confused with Libris Mortis' Savage Vampire.
Savage Vampire - Libris Mortis: Vampire that has increased Str and two claw attacks, but no Dominate ability.
Shadow Sun Ninja - Tome of Battle: Initiator class with a capstone ability that can turn the player into a unique variety of Vampire that is not harmed by the sun.
Shadow Vampire - Dragon #348: Vampire with a variety of shadow themed abilities.
Sharjan - Dangerous Denizens: The Monsters of Tellene: Pseudo Vampire that that is created in a ritual that involves drinking Vampire blood or by being drained by a another Sharjan. Has fewer powers than true Vampire as well as fewer weaknesses. Not Undead.
Star Vampire - D20 Call of Cthulhu Core Rulebook: Naturally invisible aberration that feeds on blood. Not associated with more traditional Vampires.
Swarmform Vampire - Libris Mortis: Vampire that can transform into a swarm of rats or bats, instead of the standard, vampiric alternate forms.
Terror Vampire - Dragon #348: Vampire that feeds on fear as well as blood, and has abilities that reflect this.
Vampire - Diablo II: To Hell and Back: D&D conversion of the Vampires found in Diablo II.
Vampire - MMI: Standard Vampire.
Vampire Dire Wolf - D&D Miniatures: Unhallowed Set: Vampire, but also it's a big dog.
Vampire Lord - Web Article: Upgraded Vampire.
Vampire Rose Bush - Dungeon #84: Animate rose bush that drains the blood of the living.
Vampire Spawn - MMI: Weaker Vampire.
Vampiric Cactus - Dangerous Denizens: The Monsters of Tellene: An animate cactus that feeds on blood.
Vampiric Dragon - Draconomicon: Dragons can be vampires to. Seems a little excessive, if you ask me.
Vampiric Ixitxachitl - Monster Manual II: Ixitxachitl with Vampiric traits. Not undead, and arguably not a true Vampire.
Vampire Ooze- Web Article: Ooze with the Vampire tenplate. No stat block is provided.
Vampiric Plants - Web Article: Robert Wiese went ahead and applied the Vampire template to a couple of plant creatures.
Addle-Minded Vampire Spawn - Monster Codex: Creature who's mind is damaged due to repeated Vampiric domination.
Bloodborn Vampire Spawn - Epic Meepo Presents: Monsters: Vampire created by a supernatural poison that is found in the blood of other Bloodborn Vampires.
Culled One - Liber Vampyr: Secrets of the Blood: A variety of half vampire that is themed heavily off of the Twilight style of Vampire. Is significantly weaker than the Vampires in Twilight.
Dhampir - Bestiary II: Half Vampire.
Dread Vampire - Advanced Bestiary: Upgraded Vampire.
Feral Vampire (Nachzehrer) - Liber Vampyr: Secrets of the Blood: Vampire that grows stronger and more bestial the longer it goes without feeding eventually becoming a monstrous man-bat hybrid. Not undead.
Jiang-shi - Bestiary III: Pathfinder's take on the hopping vampire.
Manananggal - Bestiary III: Similar to the Penanggalen but with bat wings, and the entire torso detaches.
Nosferatu - Liber Vampyr: Secrets of the Blood: Vampire based on Count Orlok.
Nosferatu - Bestiary IV: Vampire based on Count Orlok.
Penanggalen - Bestiary III: Same idea as the WotC version, but spelled correctly.
Psychic Vampire - Occult Bestiary: Vampire that feeds on occult
energy. Very similar to the Vetala.
Psychic Vampire (Lianashae) - Liber Vampyr: Secrets of the Blood: Vampire that feeds on life force (Cha) and uses psionic powers to enthrall its victims. Previous versions included a note that said thralls who were enslaved for more than a month and were healed of their Cha drain became Lianashae themselves. Not undead.
Repeatedly Drained Vampire Spawn - Monster Codex: Creature who has gained some resistance to energy drain, but is physically and mentally weakened as a result of repeated vampire feedings.
Revenant - Liber Vampyr: Secrets of the Blood: Alternate version of Vampirism intended for use by players.
Vampire - Bestiary I: Standard Vampire, also referred to as Moroi.
Vampire - Lords of the Night: Alternate Vampire template designed to be PC friendly.
Vampire Spawn - Scions of the Vampire: Blood, Shadow, and Smoke: Weaker Vampire.
Vetala - Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Bestiary: Vampire that can possess creatures and corpses, and that feeds on life ergy instead of blood.
Vrykolakas - Mother of Flies: Semi-feral Vampire with animalistic traits.
Chiang-shi - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Eastern themed Vampire. Similar to Pathfinder's Jiang-shi.
Chiang-shi Spawn - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Weaker Chiang-shi.
Dhampir - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Half Vampire.
Dwarven Vampire - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Vampire, but also a dwarf.
Dwarven Spawn - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Weaker Dwarven Vampire.
Elven Vampire - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Vampire, but also an elf.
Elven Spawn - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Weaker Elven Vampire.
Gnomish Vampire - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Vampire, but also a gnome.
Gnomish Spawn - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Weaker Gnomish Vampire.
Halfling Vampire - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Vampire, but also a halfling.
Halfling Spawn - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Weaker Halfling Vampire.
Nosferatu - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Vampire that seems to be counterintuitively based off of Count Dracula, and not Count Orlok.
Nosferatu Spawn - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Weaker Nosferatu.
Vampyre - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Vampiric race that is not undead, and cannot create spawn, but instead reproduces through more traditional methods.
Vorlog - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Half Vampire that results from interrupting the Vampiric siring process. Suffers from abandonment issues.
Vrykolaka - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: As the Pathfinder Vrykolakas, but less subtle, and more feral.
Vrykolaka Spawn - Ravenloft: Denizens of Dread: Weaker Vrykolaka.
Ash Vampire - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: Vampire species with powers of ash, and destruction.
Black Vampire - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: Slight variation on the standard vampire.
Blood Puppet - Fang and Fury: A Guidebook to Vampires: Vampire's thrall who is granted certain strengths and weaknesses due to having drunk their master's blood.
Consanguineous Vampire - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: Very weak Vampire with all the weaknesses and almost none of the strengths of other Vampires. Typically created as thralls to more powerful Vampires.
Daywalker - Fang and Fury: A Guidebook to Vampires: Half Vampire. The result of a union between a mortal and a Vampire.
Dhampyre - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: Yet another half Vampire.
Fire Vampire - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: with fire themed powers.
The Lost - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: Amnesiac fallen angels who are cursed with Vampirism, and forced to wander the mortal realm as punishment for some forgotten crime.
Mock Vampire - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: The result of a botched Vampire transformation. Has reduced intelligence, and bears a strong resemblance to zombies.
Ravenous Vampire - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: Vampire with reptilian features and the ability to spread plague and pestilence.
Shadow Vampire - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: Drow who's Vampirism originates from a divine curse that also granted them a range of shadow themed powers.
Vampire Ghoul - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: As the name suggests, a Vampire ghoul hybrid.
Vampire Scion - Fang and Fury: A Guidebook to Vampires: A weaker alternative to standard Vampirism intended for player use.
Vampire Scion - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: Vampire variety that is locked in spiritual stasis (cannot gain skills, feats, XP, etc.) Analogous in most ways to WotC's Vampire Spawn.
Vampire Touched - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: A mortal who has gained some vampiric traits as a result of being repeatedly rained by a Vampire. Similar to Ghouls from White Wolf's World of Darkness.
Vampiric Simulacrum - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: Construct created from a mortal by a Vampire for the purpose of serving the Vampire.
Vampiric Thrall - Fang and Fury: A Guidebook to Vampires: Essentially identical to a Blood Puppet.
Vanguard - The Lords of the Night: Vampires: Large, physically powerful Vampire, with fewer supernatural abilities than other vampires.
ENworld Creature Catalog
Drow Vampire: Drow Specific Vampire variant.
Giant Vampire Frog: Large frog that drinks blood.
Goblin Vampire: Goblin specific variant of Vampirism that feeds on fear as well as blood. Can be spread to other races with a specific curse.
Greater Vampire, Lord: First in a series of five templates that act as upgrades for standard Vampires. Can only be applied to Vampires that are at least 999 years old.
Greater Vampire, Arch-Lord): Second in a series of five templates that act as upgrades for standard Vampires. Can only be applied to Vampires that are at least 1998 years old.
Greater Vampire, Princeling: Third in a series of five templates that act as upgrades for standard Vampires. Can only be applied to Vampires that are at least 2997 years old.
Greater Vampire, Prince: Fourth in a series of five templates that act as upgrades for standard Vampires. Can only be applied to Vampires that are at least 3996 years old.
Greater Vampire, Arch-Prince: Fifth in a series of five templates that act as upgrades for standard Vampires. Can only be applied to Vampires that are at least 4995 years old.
Ice Vampire: Vampire variant that arises when an elven woman drowns themselves. They feed on warmth instead of blood and are not related to the more typical Vampiric variants.
Kender Vampire: Kender specific Vampire variant.
Lesser Vampire: Weakest variety of Vampire that lacks most of the supernatural abilities of more powerful Vampires, including the ability to create spawn, but can blend better with mortal society.
Vampire Cactus: Cactus that drinks blood.
Vampire Moss: Moss that feeds on life energy.
Vampire Rose: Ambulatory rose that drinks blood.
Vampire Squid: Augmented squid created by illithids.
Vampire Vine: Ambulatory vine that drinks blood.
Vampire-Spectre: Vampire variant with ties to tigers, that creates were-tigers instead of Vampires, or Vampire Spawn.
Vampiric Kappa: More aggressive variety of kappa that drinks blood. Neither undead, or a true Vampire.
Vampiric Mist: Living mist that feeds on blood, the frist of which were potentially created by a powerful Vampire wizard.
Vampiric Wolf: Undead wolves with Vampiric traits that are created through a foul ritual.
Classy Vampire - By Deepbluediver: Vampire rebalanced as a class (with HD, BAB, Skills etc.).
Feral Vampire - By Rolep: Feral, and physically powerful Vampires spawned by Sangrolu, or Zolhkaarolu.
Eripmav - By DracoDei: Rebalanced Vampire, comes with some lore that is very loosely inspired by MLP. Alternate version
Sangrolu - By Arcanist: Vampire/Lich combo.
Sangrolu, Broken - By Rolep: Vampire who failed the ritual to become a Sangrolu, or a Sangrolu whose phylactery has been destroyed.
Sangrolu - By Rolep: Vampire/Lich combo.
Sanguine Wraith - By Silva Stormrage: Incorporeal ghost Vampire.
Vampire - By Berenger: Alternate take on Vampirism intended for use in d20 Modern. Includes additional supernatural powers and a blood point system.
Vampire - By Silva Stormrage: Rebalanced Vampire.
Vampire - By Wiseman: Alternate take on Vampirism that includes additional supernatural powers, and a blood point system.
Vampire Lite - By NeoPhoenix0: Pretty self explanatory.
Vampire Lord - By Silva Stormrage: Rebalanced Vampire Lord.
Vampire Spawn - By Silva Stormrage: Rebalanced Vampire Spawn.
Zolhkaarolu - By Arcanist: Vampire/Demilich combo.
Zolhkaarolu - By Rolep: Vampire/Demilich combo.
Last edited by frogglesmash; 2017-12-31 at 04:10 PM.