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16th May '17 9:18:17 AM TheHeroHartmut
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* Averted in ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' games. Vampires and werewolves don't really care about each other. They also have surprisingly similar origins. Both are creations of the Daedric Princes: [[TheCorrupter Molag Bal]] created the Vampires, and [[EgomaniacHunter Hircine]] created the Werewolves.

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* Averted in ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' games. Vampires and werewolves don't really care about each other. They also have surprisingly similar origins. Both are creations of the Daedric Princes: [[TheCorrupter Molag Bal]] created the Vampires, and [[EgomaniacHunter Hircine]] created the Werewolves. With that said, if your Dragonborn is a werewolf when you first encounter [[VampireMonarch Lord Harkon]], he makes it fairly clear that he doesn't approve of that fact when he offers to make you a Vampire Lord yourself.
-->'''Harkon:''' Yes, I can smell it on you. The power of my blood will purge that filth and make you whole again.
15th May '17 8:12:34 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheVampireDiaries'' has introduced the idea of an instinctive rivalry between the two groups, in the second season. A (transformed) werewolf's bite is fatal to a vampire (causing nasty sickness and SanitySlippage before their inevitable death), while vampires [[spoiler:were created specifically to be able to kill werewolves]].

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* ''TheVampireDiaries'' ''Series/TheVampireDiaries'' has introduced the idea of an instinctive rivalry between the two groups, in the second season. A (transformed) werewolf's bite is fatal to a vampire (causing nasty sickness and SanitySlippage before their inevitable death), while vampires [[spoiler:were created specifically to be able to kill werewolves]].



* In ''TrueBlood'', the first few encounters between vampires and werewolves (starting with Bill and some weres in Season 3) are what we modern folk expect--seemingly standard FurAgainstFang encounters. [[spoiler:But then the situation is subverted, because all of the werewolves are under the control of a vampire, which is one of the first clues about his awesome level of power]]. It's still not clear whether the standard version of the trope would be in effect if not for that, but it seems to be implied, since [[spoiler:Edgington's control seems to be based on the vampire blood he's giving the wolves, which makes it like a drug addiction.]]

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* In ''TrueBlood'', ''Series/TrueBlood'', the first few encounters between vampires and werewolves (starting with Bill and some weres in Season 3) are what we modern folk expect--seemingly standard FurAgainstFang encounters. [[spoiler:But then the situation is subverted, because all of the werewolves are under the control of a vampire, which is one of the first clues about his awesome level of power]]. It's still not clear whether the standard version of the trope would be in effect if not for that, but it seems to be implied, since [[spoiler:Edgington's control seems to be based on the vampire blood he's giving the wolves, which makes it like a drug addiction.]]
3rd May '17 7:18:09 PM JoeMerl
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* {{Averted}} in the ''WesternAnimation/HotelTransylvania'' series--not only are Wayne the {{Wolfman}} and Dracula friends, there's clear PuppyLove ([[IncrediblyLamePun heh-heh]]) between Wayne's daughter Winnie and Dracula's grandson, Dennis. [[spoiler:Dennis, incidentally, is also a vampire]].
3rd May '17 3:08:51 PM WillBGood
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* Many pre-ComicsCode horror comics (ECComics included) used this trope-- usually when the creatures were either competing for prey, or one trying to victimize what they ''[[MuggingAMonster thought]]'' was a mundane human...

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* Many pre-ComicsCode horror comics (ECComics included) used this trope-- usually when the creatures were either competing for prey, or one trying to victimize what they ''[[MuggingAMonster ''[[MuggingTheMonster thought]]'' was a mundane human...
3rd May '17 3:08:31 PM WillBGood
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* An example from the Warren horror mags might predate (no pun intended) even that.

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* An example from the Warren Many pre-ComicsCode horror mags might predate (no pun intended) even that.
comics (ECComics included) used this trope-- usually when the creatures were either competing for prey, or one trying to victimize what they ''[[MuggingAMonster thought]]'' was a mundane human...
29th Apr '17 10:47:04 PM Xtifr
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* In ''Seven For A Secret'' by Elizabeth Bear the main character, a vampire, implies that he had a hand in the extinction of werewolves.

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* In ''Seven ''[[Literature/NewAmsterdamBooks Seven For A Secret'' Secret]]'' by Elizabeth Bear the main character, a vampire, implies that he had a hand in the extinction of werewolves.
16th Apr '17 7:37:48 AM MagBas
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* Averted entirely in ''VideoGame/BlazBlue''. [[BattleButler Valkenhayn]] [[MysteriousMiddleInitial R.]] [[BadassGrandpa Hellsing]], a werewolf, is the faithful butler of [[ElegantGothicLolita Rachel]] [[JerkSue Alucard]], a vampire.

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* Averted entirely in ''VideoGame/BlazBlue''. [[BattleButler Valkenhayn]] [[MysteriousMiddleInitial R.]] [[BadassGrandpa Hellsing]], a werewolf, is the faithful butler of [[ElegantGothicLolita Rachel]] [[JerkSue Alucard]], Rachel Alucard, a vampire.
10th Apr '17 4:22:26 PM nombretomado
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* Averted in SergeyLukyanenko's ''Discworld/NightWatch'', where vampires and werewolves make up the lowest rung on the [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual Other]] hierarchy. Specifically, they're Dark Others, whose nature seems to change a little from book to book. As such, they have more in common with one another than with the rest of the Others and are universaly loathed by both the Light and the Dark ones. As part of maintaining the Treaty, the Night Watch (i.e. Light Others) are required to give out hunting licenses to vampires and werewolves, picking humans at random. While vampires don't technically have to drain those they feed on, most do. Hunting without a license is punishable by dematerialization.

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* Averted in SergeyLukyanenko's Creator/SergeyLukyanenko's ''Discworld/NightWatch'', where vampires and werewolves make up the lowest rung on the [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual Other]] hierarchy. Specifically, they're Dark Others, whose nature seems to change a little from book to book. As such, they have more in common with one another than with the rest of the Others and are universaly loathed by both the Light and the Dark ones. As part of maintaining the Treaty, the Night Watch (i.e. Light Others) are required to give out hunting licenses to vampires and werewolves, picking humans at random. While vampires don't technically have to drain those they feed on, most do. Hunting without a license is punishable by dematerialization.
4th Mar '17 1:58:10 PM nombretomado
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* In 1974, the Dracula/Wolfman rivalry was present in MarvelComics, and could be seen throughout ''Comicbook/TheTombOfDracula #18'' and ''ComicBook/WerewolfByNight #15''. In ''Werewolf By Night'' v2 #6 a trio of vampires assault Jack and refer to him as 'dog', 'cur' and 'animal', but a fourth later apologizes for his friends' behavior. It's implied all this was part of a set-up, but due to the series being CutShort the nature of the rivalry is never made entirely clear.

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* In 1974, the Dracula/Wolfman rivalry was present in MarvelComics, Creator/MarvelComics, and could be seen throughout ''Comicbook/TheTombOfDracula #18'' and ''ComicBook/WerewolfByNight #15''. In ''Werewolf By Night'' v2 #6 a trio of vampires assault Jack and refer to him as 'dog', 'cur' and 'animal', but a fourth later apologizes for his friends' behavior. It's implied all this was part of a set-up, but due to the series being CutShort the nature of the rivalry is never made entirely clear.
7th Jan '17 9:37:41 PM Luppercus
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* We see werewolves fighting vampires in ''Series/PennyDreadful'' and the main werewolf character [[spoiler:Mr. Chandler]] is an enemy of Dracula.


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* Inverted in ''WesternAnimation/GravedaleHigh''; Vinny (a vampire) and Reggie (a werewolf) are actually friends. Vinny even defends Reggie from [[TheBully a gargoyle bully]].
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