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24th Nov '16 3:34:51 PM jeez
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* In ''Fanfiction/ChrysalisVisitsTheHague'', changelings depend on sucking love from other creatures (just like in the show). It's implied they cannot digest actual food, and when they don't get to feed for too long, they become... [[HairTriggerTemper grumpy]]. For the sake of building a tepid relationship with her captors, Queen Chrysalis is ultimately thrown a dead chicken a day.
20th Nov '16 4:14:12 AM SuperFeatherYoshi
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* The zombies of ''Series/iZombie'' require brains to remain stable. The longer they go without brains, the more irritable and slow-witted they get, eventually going "full Romero" - at which point, not even the reintroduction of brains to their diet will bring them back to sapience.

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* The zombies of ''Series/iZombie'' ''Series/{{iZombie}}'' require brains to remain stable. The longer they go without brains, the more irritable and slow-witted they get, eventually going "full Romero" - at which point, not even the reintroduction of brains to their diet will bring them back to sapience.
9th Nov '16 10:38:28 PM Zaptech
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* In ''Franchise/TheWitcher'', the higher vampires like katakans and bruxae don't actually ''need'' blood to survive... but blood is akin to alcohol for humans, and vampires who become addicted to it show similar symptoms as alcoholism does in humans. Lesser vampires like ekimmaras, on the other hand, ''need'' blood to survive and feed on it aggressively, but they are often little better than animals themselves.


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* As noted above under the literature folder, higher vampires in ''Franchise/TheWitcher'' games don't need blood, but the taste is intoxicating and they can become addicted. Amusingly enough, one contract in ''Videogame/TheWitcher3WildHunt'' involves hunting a katakan who has developed a taste for ''alcoholic'' human blood, and drawing it out requires Geralt getting drunk. The player can also take advantage of vampires' need to feed with the Black Blood potion, which turns witcher blood into a deadly toxin that will poison any vampire that tries to feed mid-combat.
30th Oct '16 10:06:46 AM nombretomado
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* In ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'' (and the ''{{GURPS}}'' adaptation thereof), vampires with low levels of blood were at risk of going into Frenzy and uncontrollably trying to drain the blood of any creature available.

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* In ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'' (and the ''{{GURPS}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' adaptation thereof), vampires with low levels of blood were at risk of going into Frenzy and uncontrollably trying to drain the blood of any creature available.
18th Oct '16 3:45:19 PM BlueGuy
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8th Oct '16 11:49:45 PM Tahaneira
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** In its [[VideoGame/EndlessSpace parent game]], the [[HordeOfAlienLocusts Cravers]] are a race that was created by the [[NeglectfulPrecursors Endless]], the same people who invented the Dust mentioned above. The Cravers were made for the sole purpose of destroying and consuming planets; unfortunately, when the Endless died out, the Cravers were left behind. And they're still hungry. As a result, the Cravers ''must'' constantly expand and conquer other worlds and races, otherwise they will eat themselves into oblivion.
23rd Sep '16 9:23:36 AM Vegabond
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* {{Videogame/OdinSphere}} has the Darkova spell. The spell itself causes the user to transform into a massive three-headed dog with control over fire, ice, and poison. It also has the unfortunate side effect in that the user gains terrible appetite for human flesh. The spell was previously used [[spoiler: by King Gallon to prevent Valentine from conquering Titania.]] At the end of the fifth book, [[spoiler: Velvet's twin brother Ingway uses it in an attempt to get revenge on his father, King Odin. Later at the start of the Armageddon chapter, he's seen wandering the wastelands of Valentine monologuing about how his desire for flesh is causing him nothing but agony.]]
18th Sep '16 12:34:14 PM StrixObscuro
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* In ''ComicBook/OrphanBlade'', the Kasha Mask renders its wearer impervious to pain and grants them a an ability to heal from otherwise dire injuries as long as the head is intact. The downside is that the wearer is afflicted with an insatiable hunger for human flesh, which is also required in order for the healing factor to work. Long-term use also results in the wearer engaging in compulsive self-mutilation.
17th Sep '16 4:50:56 PM Wraithsight
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* ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' has, like its predecessors, a perk called "Cannibal" which allows you to regain health by eating corpses. Normally that's the end of it, but if you are playing on survival mode, where you require regular food and water, you can substitute a corpse for prepared or raw food. This makes finding food much easier while in a dungeon, but there is a catch: Eating a corpse will give the player the "Dark Cravings" debuff, which means that rather then passing through increasing stages of hunger you will immediately drop to "very hungry" and normal food ''no longer provides any hunger reduction.''
27th Aug '16 6:27:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/FiendsOfTheEasternFront'': When Hans is turned into a vampire, he is immediately struck by a lust for blood and attacks a group of nearby Russian soldiers.
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