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13th Dec '17 5:58:11 PM nombretomado
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* Many pre-UsefulNotes/ComicsCode horror comics (ECComics included) used this trope-- usually when the creatures were either competing for prey, or one trying to victimize what they ''[[MuggingTheMonster thought]]'' was a mundane human...

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* Many pre-UsefulNotes/ComicsCode horror comics (ECComics (Creator/ECComics included) used this trope-- usually when the creatures were either competing for prey, or one trying to victimize what they ''[[MuggingTheMonster thought]]'' was a mundane human...
2nd Dec '17 3:52:28 PM Carliro
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* The ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' set [[GothicHorror Innistrad]], vampires and werewolves are symbolic opposites according to WordOfGod: the former represent repressed lust, the latter repressed rage.
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16th Nov '17 9:22:56 PM DesertDragon
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** One of the most well-known large-scale battles between fur and fang is the Silent Striders, Egyptian necromancer werewolves, who were forced out of their homeland by the ancient vampire Sutekh (progenitor of the Setite clan) who cursed them to never find rest within Egypt. Even though this is the most defining event of the Striders' history, it is [[ForMeItWasTuesday barely a footnote]] for the Setites. The 20th Anniversary edition of ''Werewolf'' changed the story to where the Striders don't know ''what'' Sutekh was; a vampire is simple one guess out of many.

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** One of the most well-known large-scale battles between fur and fang is the Silent Striders, Egyptian necromancer werewolves, who were forced out of their homeland by the ancient vampire Sutekh (progenitor of the Setite clan) who cursed them to never find rest within Egypt. Even though this is the most defining event of the Striders' history, it is [[ForMeItWasTuesday [[ButForMeItWasTuesday barely a footnote]] for the Setites. The 20th Anniversary edition of ''Werewolf'' changed the story to where the Striders don't know ''what'' Sutekh was; a vampire is simple one guess out of many.
16th Nov '17 9:22:27 PM DesertDragon
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** Also {{Kitsune}} (werecreatures in that version) burst into flames when a vampire tries to embrace them; generally they see that as a blessing of Luna.

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** Also {{Kitsune}} (werecreatures in that version) burst into flames when One of the most well-known large-scale battles between fur and fang is the Silent Striders, Egyptian necromancer werewolves, who were forced out of their homeland by the ancient vampire Sutekh (progenitor of the Setite clan) who cursed them to never find rest within Egypt. Even though this is the most defining event of the Striders' history, it is [[ForMeItWasTuesday barely a footnote]] for the Setites. The 20th Anniversary edition of ''Werewolf'' changed the story to where the Striders don't know ''what'' Sutekh was; a vampire tries to embrace them; generally they see that as a blessing is simple one guess out of Luna.many.
16th Nov '17 9:16:09 PM DesertDragon
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** Vampires, for their part, didn't have any special hate for werewolves. What they had was pure unmitigated ''fear'' -- a werewolf was stronger, faster, and did aggravated damage (damage a vampire couldn't soak away with unnatural strength or outright ignore). Vampires had... the low cost of silver-plating their weapons and enough sense to not pick fights with werewolves when at all avoidable. In general the Vampires stayed to the cities and the Werewolves stuck to the countryside; a few vampire clans (most notably the more feral Gangrel) who regularly operate outside the cities have de-facto peace treaties in place.

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** Vampires, for their part, didn't have any special hate for werewolves. What they had was pure unmitigated ''fear'' -- a werewolf was stronger, faster, and did aggravated damage (damage a vampire couldn't soak away with unnatural strength or outright ignore). Vampires had... the low cost of silver-plating their weapons and enough sense to not pick fights with werewolves when at all avoidable. In general the Vampires stayed to the cities and the Werewolves stuck to the countryside; a few vampire clans (most notably the more feral Gangrel) who regularly operate outside the cities have de-facto peace treaties in place. Likewise, some Vampire clans and Werewolf tribes form alliances when they fill similar niches, like big business (Ventrue and Glass Walkers) and the arcane (Tremere and Uktena).
8th Nov '17 1:29:41 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon 2}}'', the theme of the October 2017 Splatfest was "Vampires vs. Werewolves".

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon 2}}'', the theme of the October 2017 Splatfest for North America and Oceania was "Vampires vs. Werewolves".
7th Nov '17 5:14:05 PM LavonPapillon1
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* ''Fanfic/IllMetByMoonlight'': Iris the Vampire vs. Amethyst the Werewolf in Chapter 1.
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29th Oct '17 9:48:51 AM VampireBuddha
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* {{Inverted| trope}} in ''Podcast/{{Hello From the Magic Tavern}}'': Vampires and werewolves are always friends, and there are many stories about how well they get along.
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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series generally averts this trope. Outside of a very few specific examples, vampires and werewolves don't really care about each other. Interestingly, both have similar origins: Both are creations of [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Princes]] - [[GodOfEvil Molag Bal]], Prince of [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Domination]] and [[TheCorrupter Corruption]] created the vampires, while [[EgomaniacHunter Hircine]], Prince of [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame the Hunt]], created the Werewolves. Both are [[ViralTransformation diseases]] which can be spread through any wound inflicted by an infected individual. Both offer IdealIllnessImmunity, making them mutually exclusive to one another canonically (barring exploits or {{Game Mod}}s). %%Harkon example is appropriately listed above in the Fantastic Racism section. Do no re-add it here.%%

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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series generally averts this trope. Outside of a very few specific examples, vampires and werewolves don't really care about each other. Interestingly, both have similar origins: Both are creations of [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Princes]] - [[GodOfEvil Molag Bal]], Prince of [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Domination]] and [[TheCorrupter Corruption]] created the vampires, while [[EgomaniacHunter Hircine]], Prince of [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame the Hunt]], created the Werewolves. Both are [[ViralTransformation diseases]] which can be spread through any wound inflicted by an infected individual. Both offer IdealIllnessImmunity, making them mutually exclusive to one another canonically (barring exploits or {{Game Mod}}s).
%%Harkon example is appropriately listed above in the Fantastic Racism section. Do no re-add it here.%%
28th Oct '17 8:43:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/HemlockGrove'' features a SnobsVsSlobs dynamic between the aristocratic Godfrey (vampire) and the lower class Rumancek (werewolf) families. A lot of antagonism and mutual resentment, but no open conflict by and large. Also notable for its curious bromance/frenemy relationship between the two leads Roman and Peter.
19th Oct '17 7:22:53 PM Vox
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* In ''Series/{{Being Human|UK}}'', vampires ''loathe'' werewolves, for whatever reason: they're called "freaks" and "dogs" to their faces, and vampires are seen to beat up werewolves with no provocation. What werewolves as a group think of vampires isn't really known--especially since werewolves seem to be extremely rare--but apparently they just steer clear of the "psychotic bastards". Averted in Mitchell and George's incredibly rare case: they're [=BFFs=] against all odds.

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* In ''Series/{{Being Human|UK}}'', vampires ''loathe'' werewolves, for whatever reason: they're called "freaks" and "dogs" to their faces, and vampires are seen to beat up and even murder werewolves with no provocation. What werewolves as a group whole think of vampires isn't really known--especially known - especially since werewolves seem to be extremely rare--but rare and don't really operate in groups the way vampires do - but apparently they just steer clear of the "psychotic bastards".bastards" whenever possible. Averted in Mitchell and George's incredibly rare case: they're [=BFFs=] against all odds.
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