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9th Apr '17 9:46:15 AM nombretomado
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* PlayedForLaughs in ''RosarioToVampire'': Moka is usually anemic because she usually drinks tomato juice, with the occasional blood transfusion pack.

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* PlayedForLaughs in ''RosarioToVampire'': ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'': Moka is usually anemic because she usually drinks tomato juice, with the occasional blood transfusion pack.
8th Apr '17 10:13:34 AM nombretomado
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* Shadowa Moon (and the rest of [[FriendlyNeighborhoodVampires her family]]) from ''TheQuestportChronicles''.

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* Shadowa Moon (and the rest of [[FriendlyNeighborhoodVampires her family]]) from ''TheQuestportChronicles''.''Literature/TheQuestportChronicles''.
1st Mar '17 6:24:02 AM Mooncalf
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* Count Boscoe from ''NinjaHighSchool'' is a FriendlyNeighbourhoodVampire who subsist entirely on a blood substitute made by an unspecified "benefactor" (possibly Professor Steamhead, as they have met in the past).

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* Count Boscoe from ''NinjaHighSchool'' ''ComicBook/NinjaHighSchool'' is a FriendlyNeighbourhoodVampire who subsist entirely on a blood substitute made by an unspecified "benefactor" (possibly Professor Steamhead, as they have met in the past).
1st Mar '17 6:23:10 AM Mooncalf
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* Count Boscoe from ''NinjaHighSchool'' is a FriendlyNeighbourhoodVampire who subsist entirely on a blood substitute made by an unspecified "benefactor" (possibly Professor Steamhead, as they have met in the past).
26th Feb '17 12:16:46 PM WillBGood
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--> '''Josef''': You seriously drink this stuff? What is it? Like not-fat, soy, vegan blood?

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--> ---> '''Josef''': You seriously drink this stuff? What is it? Like not-fat, soy, vegan blood?
19th Feb '17 8:09:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* Navarre House vampires in Chloe Neill's [[ChicagolandVampires Chicagoland Vampires]] refrain from drinking directly under any circumstances, leading to a not entirely mature but still rather satisfying taunt by a member of another house: [[spoiler: ''Bite me.'']]

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* Navarre House vampires in Chloe Neill's [[ChicagolandVampires Chicagoland Vampires]] ''Literature/ChicagolandVampires'' refrain from drinking directly under any circumstances, leading to a not entirely mature but still rather satisfying taunt by a member of another house: [[spoiler: ''Bite me.'']]
19th Feb '17 8:08:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* Dave in the graphic novel ''ComicBook/LifeSucks'' refuses to kill anyone, and as a consequence his vampire powers are weak and he can't use the cooler ones like flight.



* Dave in the graphic novel ''Life Sucks'' refuses to kill anyone, and as a consequence his vampire powers are weak and he can't use the cooler ones like flight.
19th Feb '17 8:07:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* A lot of vampires in the MarvelUniverse don't drink blood directly from humans. ComicBook/{{Blade}}'s the only one who usually refuses any type of blood though, relying on a synthetic serum. And funnily enough, Blade is ''allergic'' to animal blood.

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* A lot of vampires in the MarvelUniverse Franchise/MarvelUniverse don't drink blood directly from humans. ComicBook/{{Blade}}'s the only one who usually refuses any type of blood though, relying on a synthetic serum. And funnily enough, Blade is ''allergic'' to animal blood.



* The titular character of ''The Tenth'' has used blood banks and villains for this purpose. Notably, he isn't actually a vampire-- he's a sort of genetically-engineered alien hybrid that needs the blood to prevent himself from [[InvoluntaryShapeshifting involuntarily shapeshifting]] into a hulking monster.

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* The titular character of ''The Tenth'' ''ComicBook/TheTenth'' has used blood banks and villains for this purpose. Notably, he isn't actually a vampire-- he's a sort of genetically-engineered alien hybrid that needs the blood to prevent himself from [[InvoluntaryShapeshifting involuntarily shapeshifting]] into a hulking monster.



* The protagonist of ''TheVampireFiles'', a VampireDetectiveSeries of novels, "lives" in Depression-era Chicago and visits its slaughterhouses to drink blood from there. Another one lives on a fancy Long Island estate, and keeps horses for both riding and blood.

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* The protagonist of ''TheVampireFiles'', ''Literature/TheVampireFiles'', a VampireDetectiveSeries of novels, "lives" in Depression-era Chicago and visits its slaughterhouses to drink blood from there. Another one lives on a fancy Long Island estate, and keeps horses for both riding and blood.



* In one ''Series/DoctorWho'' ExpandedUniverse book, Nyssa is bitten by a vampire and tries to create a synthetic blood substitute so she doesn't end up killing people. It just makes her throw up.

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* In one ''Series/DoctorWho'' ExpandedUniverse ''Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse'' book, Nyssa is bitten by a vampire and tries to create a synthetic blood substitute so she doesn't end up killing people. It just makes her throw up.



* Oliver Johnson's ''The Lightbringer Trilogy'' had a character who, infected with vampirism, fed indirectly, one character leeching themselves and giving her the leeches to eat.

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* Oliver Johnson's ''The Lightbringer Trilogy'' ''Literature/TheLightbringerTrilogy'' had a character who, infected with vampirism, fed indirectly, one character leeching themselves and giving her the leeches to eat.



* Stefan Salvatore from ''TheVampireDiaries''. Stefan refuses to drink human blood and kill innocent human life so therefore, he has chosen to live on a strict diet of animal blood. Stefan normally hunts forest animals such as birds, deer, rabbits and squirrels
* The vampires of ''The Reformed Vampire Support Group'' subsist on gerbils, although they have to take supplements to counter both the lack of certain nutrients that are only found in human blood and the impurities that animal blood contains. It's also incredibly messy (the protagonist prefers to feed in the bathroom, to make cleanup easier) and results in them lacking the strength a vampire who feeds on human blood has - in addition to causing nausea and a general malaise. But they consider it better than the alternative since, in-universe, vampirism spreads like an infection - causing them to turn any humans they bite.

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* Stefan Salvatore from ''TheVampireDiaries''.''Literature/TheVampireDiaries''. Stefan refuses to drink human blood and kill innocent human life so therefore, he has chosen to live on a strict diet of animal blood. Stefan normally hunts forest animals such as birds, deer, rabbits and squirrels
* The vampires of ''The Reformed Vampire Support Group'' ''Literature/ReformedVampireSupportGroup'' subsist on gerbils, although they have to take supplements to counter both the lack of certain nutrients that are only found in human blood and the impurities that animal blood contains. It's also incredibly messy (the protagonist prefers to feed in the bathroom, to make cleanup easier) and results in them lacking the strength a vampire who feeds on human blood has - in addition to causing nausea and a general malaise. But they consider it better than the alternative since, in-universe, vampirism spreads like an infection - causing them to turn any humans they bite.



* Brian Lumley's ''Necroscope'' universe features vampires that are everything you'd expect and more. When [[spoiler: Harry Keogh]] is finally turned, he settles for near-raw steak until his hunger for blood threatens to become insatiable, at which point he [[spoiler: leaves Earth for the vampire world.]] There, among others of his kind, he makes the fatal mistake of [[spoiler: still trying to restrain his vampire nature.]] It doesn't end well for him; he is [[spoiler: crucified and is forced to watch as his son is shot dead and his vampire girlfriend is raped repeatedly]], the agony only ending for her when she [[spoiler: coughs up and arms the grenade she was holding in her throat and bites her rapist's head to stop him from escaping - yes, explosive decapitation works -]] and for him [[spoiler: in nuclear obliteration]].
* ''Vampire High'' is a very clever comedy book about a normal boy whom, after flunking out of every single one of his classes, [[BrokeTheRatingScale including homeroom]], is sent to a high school for vampires, being among the only humans there. At some point in it one of his vampire friends requires blood or else he'll end up dying. How does his friend get it. By having his mother use a needle to draw blood from the main character and transferring it to him. Other than that, they usually just get it from the blood bank.

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* Brian Lumley's ''Necroscope'' ''Literature/{{Necroscope}}'' universe features vampires that are everything you'd expect and more. When [[spoiler: Harry Keogh]] is finally turned, he settles for near-raw steak until his hunger for blood threatens to become insatiable, at which point he [[spoiler: leaves Earth for the vampire world.]] There, among others of his kind, he makes the fatal mistake of [[spoiler: still trying to restrain his vampire nature.]] It doesn't end well for him; he is [[spoiler: crucified and is forced to watch as his son is shot dead and his vampire girlfriend is raped repeatedly]], the agony only ending for her when she [[spoiler: coughs up and arms the grenade she was holding in her throat and bites her rapist's head to stop him from escaping - yes, explosive decapitation works -]] and for him [[spoiler: in nuclear obliteration]].
* ''Vampire High'' ''Literature/VampireHigh'' is a very clever comedy book about a normal boy whom, after flunking out of every single one of his classes, [[BrokeTheRatingScale including homeroom]], is sent to a high school for vampires, being among the only humans there. At some point in it one of his vampire friends requires blood or else he'll end up dying. How does his friend get it. By having his mother use a needle to draw blood from the main character and transferring it to him. Other than that, they usually just get it from the blood bank.
19th Feb '17 8:02:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* While not strictly vampires, some Ghouls from ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' employ alternate methods to survive without having to kill humans. The coffee shop ''Anteiku'' serves as a sort of "food bank" for the community, providing human meat scavenged from suicides or leftover kills. This same method was practiced by [[CainAndAbel Touka and Ayato]]'s father, who became known as the "Corpse Collector" because he scavenged Human and Ghoul remains to feed his family. It didn't earn him any [[VanHelsingHateCrimes mercy]], when Investigators from [[TheHunter CCG]] caught him.

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* While not strictly vampires, some Ghouls from ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' employ alternate methods to survive without having to kill humans. The coffee shop ''Anteiku'' serves as a sort of "food bank" for the community, providing human meat scavenged from suicides or leftover kills. This same method was practiced by [[CainAndAbel Touka and Ayato]]'s father, who became known as the "Corpse Collector" because he scavenged Human and Ghoul remains to feed his family. It didn't earn him any [[VanHelsingHateCrimes mercy]], when Investigators from [[TheHunter [[HunterOfMonsters CCG]] caught him.
18th Feb '17 1:01:16 PM ReaderAt2046
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* PlayedForDrama in ''FanFic/TheRiseOfDarthVulcan''. Due to Princess Luna including vampire bats in their genetic makeup, thestrals require blood to survive. But since that creeps out the rest of the pony races, they passed a law banning the drinking of blood and requiring the thestrals to use an alchemical substitute that is barely sufficient to keep them alive. Needless to say, Luna is furious when she finds out that Celestia endorsed this.
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