History OurVampiresAreDifferent / LiveActionTV

22nd Sep '17 3:14:12 AM pugmom45
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**They can also be killed by regular bullets, just like humans (i.e., no wooden stakes, the bullets don't have to be silver, they don't have to hit the heart or brain or any place in particular). Even Dracula could be killed this way, although he had super-human strength and speed that allowed him to dodge the bullets.
21st Jul '17 8:31:38 AM DracoKanji
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* Vampires in ''Series/DarkShadows'' have retractable fangs that only appear when they're about to feed. The curse that causes people to become vampires is a powerful form of black magic that also causes its victims to do unspeakable evil as a compulsion; it can be resisted, but not all the time as it eats at the psyche. During the day, they die whether in sunlight or not, but rise again at night. Despite being undead, they appear to be otherwise normal humans most of the time. Their powers include hypnotic stares, incredible strength, regeneration, and immortality unless their bodies are excessively damaged. They can also shapeshift and teleport.
14th Jul '17 10:02:57 AM kannonfodder
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*Series/MurdochMysteries: In the episode Bloodlust students of a girl boarding school have gone to meet a mysterious man in a nearby cemetery and have woken up in a crypt with puncture wounds on their necks and having lost blood. This happens at the time of the publication of Dracula and George Crabtree thinks a vampire is involved. As it turns out the Headmistress was hidding a haemophiliac son and using a physician and the girls' fascination with the Dracula story to drug them and transfuse their blood the her son.
9th Jul '17 7:30:09 PM ZimFan89
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9th Jul '17 7:29:57 PM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/VanHelsing2016'': A single bite can turn a regular human into a vampire within seconds. There are roughly two main types: ferals, which are more like zombies than vampires, and feeders, which are more intelligent. It's implied that a vampire might become feral if it isn't able to feed soon enough. They do have a HealingFactor but can be killed by conventional weapons. Vanessa also encounters a more bestial vampire in the sewers that apparently feeds on its own kin as well as humans, though it's not clear if this is an actual sub-type.
8th Jul '17 12:34:55 AM Arivne
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* In the ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'' episode "The Man Trap", there was a "salt vampire" (a FanNickname for what was officially called "the M-113 Creature") that could look like its victim's ideal love/sex object. This allowed it to find victims when straight salt wasn't available.

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* In the ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'' ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "The Man Trap", there was a "salt vampire" (a FanNickname for what was officially called "the M-113 Creature") that could look like its victim's ideal love/sex object. This allowed it to find victims when straight salt wasn't available.
25th May '17 9:40:28 AM SMARTALIENQT
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3rd Apr '17 9:04:35 AM TheNerevarine
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** [[http://insidetv.ew.com/2014/03/07/robert-rodriguez-interview-dusk-till-dawn/ According to]] WordOfGod, [[spoiler:the creatures are in fact not really vampires, but something very similar and more ancient.]]

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** [[http://insidetv.ew.com/2014/03/07/robert-rodriguez-interview-dusk-till-dawn/ According to]] WordOfGod, [[spoiler:the creatures are in fact not really vampires, but something very similar and more ancient. In Season 3, they are revealed to be minor demons originated from the Mayan underworld of Xibalba.]]
22nd Feb '17 3:27:23 AM LondonKdS
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*** The show was rather inconsistent about how long this takes - according to AllThereInTheManual the Master was turned at some point in the fifteenth century, and is seen in "Darla" to have been fully mutated already when he turned Darla in the seventeenth century. This raises some question about why neither Darla nor Angel (turned in the eighteenth century) show any sign of mutation at the end of the twentieth.
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