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1st Jan '18 2:03:35 PM CG-Druid
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* In ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'' it is completely inverted. Werewolves and vampires change only physically, not mentally, through their transformation. They are not eager to hunt humans, nor are they malicious. Unfortunately, it took a long time for the shadowhunters to recognize this and no longer [[VanHelsingHateCrimnes discriminated against them]].

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* In ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'' it is completely inverted. Werewolves and vampires change only physically, not mentally, through their transformation. They are not eager to hunt humans, nor are they malicious. Unfortunately, it took a long time for the shadowhunters to recognize this and no longer [[VanHelsingHateCrimnes [[VanHelsingHateCrimes discriminated against them]].
1st Jan '18 2:02:53 PM CG-Druid
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* This happens in the anime ''Manga/{{Claymore}}'' as soon as a warriorness loses control of her demonic powers and transforms into an [[FaceMonsterTurn Awakened Being]]. The Awakened Beings are immediately evil and eat human guts. However, later in the plot it turns out that not all Awakened Beings are completely evil.


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* In ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'' it is completely inverted. Werewolves and vampires change only physically, not mentally, through their transformation. They are not eager to hunt humans, nor are they malicious. Unfortunately, it took a long time for the shadowhunters to recognize this and no longer [[VanHelsingHateCrimnes discriminated against them]].
** The only (known) exception is a girl named Maureen. As a human she was rather [[StalkerWithACrush annoying]], but as a vampire she is a cruel murderer. But it is speculated that the circumstances of her transformation have driven her crazy.
20th Dec '17 10:10:54 PM TotemicHero
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19th Dec '17 4:45:14 AM jormis29
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* ''Dracula Ruler of the Night'': Lucy takes to being a vampire surprisingly well that Dracula comments it feels as if she had been one of his usual brides all along despite being a turned one in the modern time. Likewise; Lucy's mother, Minerva, gives into vampirism pretty fast after being bitten by her daughter, though does gripe a bit on being bitten at an older age.

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* ''Dracula Ruler of the Night'': ''Webcomic/DraculaRulerOfTheNight'': Lucy takes to being a vampire surprisingly well that Dracula comments it feels as if she had been one of his usual brides all along despite being a turned one in the modern time. Likewise; Lucy's mother, Minerva, gives into vampirism pretty fast after being bitten by her daughter, though does gripe a bit on being bitten at an older age.
22nd Oct '17 6:39:05 PM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:350:Hey they may be hapless victims turned bloodlusting walking corpses. But living forever in eternal beauty is a great health benefit!]]

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8th Oct '17 5:36:25 PM JoeMerl
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* In ''Series/BigWolfOnCampus,'' werewolves have an evil syndicate, and everybody who becomes a werewolf turns evil...except for the protagonist, for reasons that are never really explained. And yeah, this includes our other main characters when they are [[StatusQuoIsGod temporarily]] transformed, too.
28th Sep '17 10:28:20 AM CASCHero
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* In ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' ''Monster Invasion'' arc. One monster, who was formerly a human, reveals he became as such through eating a monster cell and crashes a fighting tournament offering any of the fighters there the chance to become one as well. A few take him up on the offer, mostly out of fear for their lives but also because a few were likewise either a SoreLoser who either Saitama and Ryuuga had knocked out of the tournament, were power hungry to begin with or (in one case) had came into the tournament intending to kill people. Indeed, once they eat a cell, they have no qualms about exclaiming about the boost of power they gain and attacking people.

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* In ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' ''Monster Invasion'' arc. One monster, who was formerly a human, reveals he became as such through eating a monster cell and crashes a fighting tournament offering any of the fighters there the chance to become one as well. A few take him up on the offer, mostly out of fear for their lives but also because a few were likewise either a SoreLoser who either Saitama and Ryuuga Suiryu had knocked out of the tournament, were power hungry to begin with or (in one case) had came into the tournament intending to kill people. Indeed, once they eat a cell, they have no qualms about exclaiming about the boost of power they gain and attacking people.
28th Sep '17 10:23:33 AM CASCHero
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* In ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' ''Monster Invasion'' arc. One monster, who was formerly a human, reveals he became as such through eating a monster cell and crashes a fighting tournament offering any of the fighters there the chance to become one as well. A few take him up on the offer, mostly out of fear for their lives but also because a few were likewise either a SoreLoser who either Saitama and Ryuuga had knocked out of the tournament, were power hungry to begin with or (in one case) had came into the tournament intending to kill people. Indeed, once they eat a cell, they have no qualms about exclaiming about the boost of power they gain and attacking people.
22nd Aug '17 7:22:42 AM CASCHero
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* In ''Film/BordelloOfBlood'', Catherine is kidnapped by Lilith's men and brought to bordello. She awakens to find herself tied down with her younger brother, Caleb, now turned into a vampire (which was fairly obvious since the last time we saw him human was when Lilith was approaching him for a three way), standing over her. She begs him to free her but he claims he can't.
-->'''Caleb''': I gotta play by the rules here. I know how you feel, I didn't want to be a vampire either...at first. But after you get used to it, ''it's pretty damn cool!''
13th Aug '17 9:26:59 PM CASCHero
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* The majority of vampires in ''Manga/{{Shiki}}'', though not all of them are happy about having to. Any who choose ''not'' to engage in this trope stand out as a result.

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* The majority of vampires in ''Manga/{{Shiki}}'', though not all of them are happy about having to. Any who choose ''not'' to engage in this trope stand out as a result. Megumi, one of the first turned is a very notable example of this trope however.



* Lucy Westerna in the DC comic ''Victorian Undead 2: Sherlock Holmes vs Dracula''. In this alternate version of ''{{Dracula}}'', she avoids being staked upon her awakening after being turned and sides with Dracula to takes over London. She goes on and on to the protagonists how she likes the power that being a vampire has given her [[spoiler: Then its later revealed she's not very loyal to Dracula either, leaving in the middle of the conflict with her newfound power rather than be killed.]]

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* Lucy Westerna in the DC comic ''Victorian Undead 2: Sherlock Holmes vs Dracula''. In this alternate version of ''{{Dracula}}'', she avoids being staked upon her awakening after being turned and sides with Dracula to takes over London. She In each confrontation with the protagonists, she goes on and on to the protagonists how she likes the power that being a vampire has given her her. [[spoiler: Then its later revealed Though she reveals she's not very loyal to Dracula either, [[ScrewThisImOutOfHere leaving in the middle of the conflict with her newfound power rather than be killed.]]killed]]. Notably, in a reversal of the novel, she's not killed either and still at large in London to spread vamprisim at her own pace]]
--> '''Lucy''': ''(After Helsing offers her "peace" in exchange to know Dracula's whereabouts)'' Peace? Do you imagine I am in pain, professor? A tortured soul? Look at me, I'm magnificent! In my warm life, all that expected of pretty little Lucy was to marry well and become a brood mare. Squatting out children and dancing to my husband's whims and fancies. Now I am so much more, I had to die to become fulfilled. I am stronger than all of you, faster,--the things I can see and hear--I am extraordinary!
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