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In many ways, the legends of [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolves]] and [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]] spring from similar sources, but recently popular fiction has fleshed them out, made them into ''species'', and given them cultural traits.

* Werewolves are [[GaiasVengeance nature unleashed]], a physical force of howling fury and emotion.
* Vampires are [[TheUndead dead yet moving]], shadows behind you, sneaky and manipulative, [[WickedCultured aristocratic and stylish]].

[[RedOniBlueOni Total]] [[SlobsVersusSnobs opposites]].

Like ElvesVsDwarves (or PiratesVersusNinjas) they probably [[FantasticRacism don't like each other]]. [[RuleOfCool Wouldn't it be awesome]] if they [[UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny fought]] [[TigerVersusDragon each other?]]

And they ''did''. And it was ''awesome''.

''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'' popularized this trope, but there were some earlier examples. Compare MonsterMash, where they're cooperative, if not friendly. A subtrope of CoolVersusAwesome.

May result in a VampireWerewolfLoveTriangle, the result of which will be a HybridMonster... or [[HybridOverkillAvoidance a childless marriage]].

As a whole, this trope might be NewerThanTheyThink. In many legends and folklore that mention both vampires and werewolves, the two are not only not antagonistic to mankind, they are often ''connected or are one thing'', such as one belief that an improperly disposed of werewolf would actually come back as a vampire.

And yes, we know werewolves have fangs too. We just like the [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal alliteration]]. Plus, just as how you don't think "zebra" when you hear hoofbeats, you don't think "werewolf" when you hear "fang".[[note]]Technically, it could also be said that vampires have fur. Or at least hair. And depending on how bat-like they may be...[[{{Metaphorgotten}} nevermind]].[[/note]] But on to the examples...




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[[folder:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'': Myotismon, the third BigBad, was a vampire {{mon}}. TheLancer had a werewolf mon, [=WereGarurumon=], as a partner. This was inevitable. It also played straight the idea that vampires and werewolves are roughly equal in power. Whereas Myotismon soundly routed all the other Ultimate-level partner Digimon he faced later on up until his death, [=WereGarurumon=] successfully held his own in a single duel against Myotismon for quite a while. Then [[StoryBreakerPower Angemon]] intervened.
* Seras Victoria and The Captain fight from ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''.
* The back-cover blurb for the first season of ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' observes that the "turf wars aren't between the jocks and the nerds but the ''werewolves'' and the ''vampires''". The only vampires in the series so far are the Shuzen/Bloodriver family (comprised of Moka, her three half-sisters, and their collective parents [[spoiler:[and before you ask, yes, {{Alucard}} counts on that last one] ]]), and [[ChivalrousPervert Ginei]] [[BrilliantButLazy Morioka]] is yet the only werewolf in the series - and yet, as far as Moka and Koko are concerned, this trope has applied since season one chapter ''four''.
** The blurb could be true if irrelevant, ''supported'' by the scarce representation of these two groups within the school: while most of the students are just trying to pass for human with varying success, some are trying to pass as members of "cooler" monster types (which is a ''lot'' easier when everybody's already supposed to be hiding their species). It wouldn't be odd if the school sometimes had unconvincing wannabe "vampire" and "werewolf" cliques in the background who ''[[InvokedTrope think]]'' they're supposed to be fighting each other, steering clear of the very rare known actual vampire or werewolf student.
* In the ''Manga/SoulEater'' manga, Death The Kid (who, for bonus points, is a shinigami) [[spoiler:teams up with the immortal werewolf Free to fight the bloodsucking Mosquito, who eventually takes on a very vampiric form. Subverted because, once Mosquito takes on this form, Free doesn't actively participate in the battle and it becomes a one-on-one fight.]]
* While mostly averted in ''Manga/DanceInTheVampireBund'', where werewolves are elite bodyguards for the vampiric royal lines, Mina forces her BodyguardCrush to fight her in a brutal hand to hand fight at the end of an early arc. And while in theory all werewolves, like all vampires, are loyal to the Tepes bloodline, this is a fairly recent condition with many remaining unburied grudges; while the entire species don't seem to have ever been at war there are a ''lot'' of clans and bloodlines rendered extinct within the last few centuries at each other's hands.
* In ''Manga/MillenniumSnow'', Toya (a vampire) and Satsuki (a werewolf) are rivals for Chiyuki (the heroine). They also generally rub each other the wrong way personality-wise.

* In 1974, the Dracula/Wolfman rivalry was present in Creator/MarvelComics, and could be seen throughout ''Comicbook/TheTombOfDracula #18'' and ''ComicBook/WerewolfByNight #15''. In ''Werewolf By Night'' v2 #6 a trio of vampires assault Jack and refer to him as 'dog', 'cur' and 'animal', but a fourth later apologizes for his friends' behavior. It's implied all this was part of a set-up, but due to the series being CutShort the nature of the rivalry is never made entirely clear.
* Many pre-UsefulNotes/ComicsCode horror comics (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...

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* ''Fanfic/IllMetByMoonlight'': Iris the Vampire vs. Amethyst the Werewolf in Chapter 1.
* In an ''WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls'' fanfic called ''[[https://www.fimfiction.net/story/386278/you-call-that-a-costume You Call That A Costume?]]'' features Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy [[BecomingTheCostume being transformed into their Halloween costumes]] of a werewolf and a vampire bat. As to be expected, the two have a vicious clash upon catching sight of each other, [[spoiler:which ends with two [[SlapSlapKiss nuzzling each other]] [[InterspeciesRomance affectionately]]]].

* The Wolfman first fought Dracula in visual media in the 1948 comedy ''Film/AbbottAndCostelloMeetFrankenstein'' where the WolfMan is depicted as a hero who rescues the titular duo.
* The 1971 Spanish film ''[[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066160/ La Noche De Walpurgis]]'' a.k.a. ''The Werewolf Versus The Vampire Woman'' has several ordinary people pursuing a story getting caught up in a battle between a rather compassionate and gentlemanly werewolf under a curse and a Satan-worshiping vampire witch. In the end, [[spoiler: the humans win]].
* The 1991 direct-to-video film ''Film/HowlingVITheFreaks'' has a werewolf protagonist fighting against a vampire villain.
* Only a werewolf can kill Dracula in the 2004 movie ''Film/VanHelsing'', [[spoiler:which the title character himself inadvertently becomes, briefly.]]
* The final battle in ''Film/WerewolfTheBeastAmongUs'' is between [[spoiler: Daniel]], the werewolf, and [[spoiler: Stephan]], a vampire.
* Parodied in ''Film/WhatWeDoInTheShadows'' with the gang of werewolves the vampires encounter being quick to jump at the slightest insult, and vice versa. [[spoiler: They're friends by the end.]]

* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' features a group of college-age, amateur monster-hunters known as the "Alphas", who have learned how to turn themselves into enormous wolves. They use their abilities to protect Chicago's university district from various monster threats, including the occasional vampire attack. Later on, in ''Turn Coat'', two of the Alphas fight a White Court vampire straight-up and manage to defeat her with repeated hit-and-run attacks.
* In [[Creator/JRRTolkien Tolkien's]] ''The Lay of Leithian'', Lúthien disguises herself as a vampire and her lover as a werewolf in order to infiltrate [[ElaborateUndergroundBase Angband]]. The door is guarded by the werewolf Carcharoth, and despite the fact that werewolves and vampires both serve [[BigBad Morgoth]], Carcharoth threatens to torture and kill Lúthien as soon as he sees her - [[FridgeLogic which is strange considering Lúthien is disguised as Sauron's messenger who lived in Sauron's werewolf-infested fortress]].
* In ''Literature/TheSanguineChronicles'' vampires and werewolves are simple niche competitors, especially since only people with a rare gene are susceptible to either strain of the strigoi virus. A month before he was born Marko's mother got caught in the middle of a territorial fight between a vamp and a were and got bitten by both, resulting in her son's "unique situation".
* Averted or justified in ''Literature/SheepsClothing'', depending on your interpretation. Wolf Cowrie is hunting down Alexandre Russeau with the intent to kill him for stealing away Wolf's wife-to-be. It just so happens that Wolf is a werewolf and Russeau is a vampire.
* Generally averted in ''Literature/VWars'', as shapeshifters are generally seen as just other varieties of vampires. However, it's definitely played straight with the Romanian scientist, who ends up becoming a lupine (or vulpine) creature with an innate hatred of vampires. When she's brought into a newly-established Parisian coven in the catacombs, with most of the vampires there being of the sun-fearing type, she turns and slaughters most of them in a matter of minutes. Her grandfather, a Romanian folklore professor, explains that her ancestors fought vampires during the last outbreak of the [=I1V1=] virus, which activated "junk" DNA. On a sad note, she accidentally exposes her boyfriend to [=I1V1=], but he turns into a vampire, so she can never see him again, lest her instinct causes her to kill him on the spot. Her grandfather also becomes like her.

* In season five of ''Series/{{Angel}}'' our hero fights and kills a werewolf.
* Two episodes of ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'' had this as a twist ending, with opposing conclusions:
** In the episode "The Secret", an orphan is adopted by a wealthy, childless couple, who turn out to be vampires. After they hunt him down at the end, the child reveals he's a werewolf, and promptly kills them.
** In the episode "Werewolf Concerto", a group of guests at a secluded hotel suspect one of them is a werewolf. In the end, the guest played by Timothy Dalton turns out to be the lycanthrope, but is killed by another guest, Beverly D'Angelo, who turns out to be a vampire.
* In ''Series/BigWolfOnCampus'', a couple of episodes feature vampires who Tommy has to defeat.
* ''Series/KamenRiderKiva'' has it, though it's more of a part of the larger case of Everything Against Fang. The vampiric Fangire race hunts and kills the other 12 Demon Races as well as humans, which includes their killing [[LastOfHisKind all but one]] of the Wolfen, Merman, and Franken races. Thus the last Wolfen, Garulu (AKA Jiro) has a well-justified hatred for Fangire and is all too eager to battle them in 1986 with the prototype IXA System. [[spoiler:He mellows out later on and makes a blood oath to watch over his friend Otoya's son, resulting in the eponymous Kiva being able to call upon Garulu's power in battle.]]
* Averted in the episode of ''Series/DeadliestWarrior'' where they pit Vampires against... zombies.
* In the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode "Horror Fiction In Seven Spooky Steps", [[spoiler:Annie]]'s story ends with [[spoiler:her turning into a werewolf and devouring vampire Jeff.]]
* In ''Series/TheVampireDiaries'' although not everyone involved likes it.
* Season three of ''Series/PennyDreadful'' pits werewolves Ethan Chandler and Kaetenay against Dracula and his nest of vampires.
** Dracula states outright that the Wolf of God (Ethan) "is foretold as my singular enemy."
* In ''Series/YoungDracula'', Count Dracula hates werewolves; but only because his wife ran off with one.

* A recent article in ''Pyramid'' role-playing magazine combines this with the "Ninja vs Pirate" internet meme, and indeed NinjaPirateRobotZombie. Yes, it's Werewolf Pirates versus Vampire Ninjas!

* One playable team in VideoGame/{{Touhou}} ''Imperishable Night'' includes the vampire [[YourVampiresSuck Remillia Scarlet]], and Keine Kamishirasawa (who is a [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werehakutaku]]) is the stage 3 boss. Keine's got more of an initial issue with Remilia's human partner, but Remilia ''loves'' to play the heel...
* Seeing as both are playable in ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' you can set this up between Demitri and Jon. To a lesser extent, this could also apply to Morrigan and Felicia.
* In ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', the human nation of [[VictorianLondon Gilneas]] is invaded by the Forsaken, a playable race of undead/zombies aligned with TheHorde. Problem is, most of the population of Gilneas has been bitten by [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Worgen]] and are turning into werewolves. This leads to Victorian Gentleman Werewolf Terrorists using guerilla tactics to fight back against the Forsaken.
* Actually subverted in ''VideoGame/Disgaea4APromiseUnforgotten''. Fenrich the werewolf works underneath Valvatorez the vampire... and is [[UndyingLoyalty completely and utterly loyal to him]].
* While generally [[AvertedTrope averted]] in the series' lore, it is possible for the PlayerCharacter to invoke it in both ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]''[='s=] ''Bloodmoon'' expansion and ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]''[='s=] ''Dawnguard'' expansion. In ''Bloodmoon'', it is possible to become a vampire and then take on [[BigBad Hircine]]'s werewolf hordes. It is also possible to become a werewolf, then return to Vvardenfell and attack the three vampire clans. In ''Dawnguard'', it is possible to join the titular [[CreatureHunterOrganization Dawnguard]] as a werewolf and then help to wipe out Skyrim's Volkihar vampire clan. %%Harkon example is appropriately listed below with the Fantastic Racism examples, do not re-add it here%%
* ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaLegacyOfDarkness'' fits this trope nicely. It not only has a higher than usual number of vampires, but lead character Cornell is a werewolf.

* ''Webcomic/CryHavoc'' features a short battle between a platoon of zombies and a vampire against a squad of werewolves. The werewolves win easily thanks to a combination of heavy weapons and body armor.
* The webcomic ''Webcomic/{{Shifters}}'' includes a deadly rivalry between were-creatures and vampires and reveals what many consider an abomination as the protagonist finds herself a hybrid of the two as she's attacked by a vampire and infected triggering her latent lycanthropy.
* Both played straight AND subverted - albeit in a fictional space - in an arc of ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive''. Sarah has entered a random-draw MagicTheGathering tournament, and the theme of the relevant expansion-pack is basically 'Vampires and Werewolves' - so she's planning to make a themed '[[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Werewolves riding flying unicorns]]' deck. However, she winds up with a large collection of vampires, including a ludicrously overpowered 'Legendary' vampire, and finds herself wondering if she should discard her original 'theme' in favor of building a vampire-centric deck that might actually enable her to WIN the tournament, or at least put in a damn good showing. Cue a mental debate between her 'Vampiric' side and her 'Werewolf' side, that eventually turns violent... even as [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=1871 she realizes that she could make a NEW themed deck based around vampire-werewolf COOPERATION!]]
** In the main story, interestingly enough, both vampires and werewolves exist - albeit [[OurVampiresAreDifferent a bit]] [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent different]] - but there's been no known meetings between the two, nor any particular conflict or enemity.

[[folder: WebVideo]]
* The ''Monster Management'' series on Website/{{Cracked}}.com has a very silly comedic example. A chatty old Dracula and a young {{hipster}} werewolf are stuck in the waiting room. Dracula tries to engage in some friendly conversation about pop culture when the werewolf clearly just wants his book. Dracula becomes frustrated with the werewolf's lack of interest in pop culture and this conversation. So he decides not to talk to him anymore. But they later find some common ground when talking about Website/{{Facebook}} and how it sucks that it keeps changing every 5 minutes.

* Creator/JMichaelStraczynski wrote an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'', "No One Comes To Lupusville" ([[Series/{{House}} they never come to Lupusville]]), in which a group of vampires lure the Ghostbusters to an isolated town filled with odd but friendly people. Once they realize what's going on, the Ghostbusters free the captured townsfolk, only to find them more than eager to take on the vampires themselves. Angry and now under a full moon, they transform into werewolves and proceed to kick vampire ass. The 'busters do the rational thing and [[KnowWhenToFoldEm get the hell out of Dodge]], destroying the only bridge out of town on the way (imprisoning the were-vamps, as anything vampiric could not cross running water). Hilariously, as the two sides fight, whenever any combatant from any side bites an enemy, said enemy instantly becomes the other type of critter.
-->'''Egon:''' Think about it, Peter. When a vampire bites someone, he becomes a vampire, right?\\
'''Peter:''' Right...\\
'''Ray:''' And when a werewolf bites someone, he becomes a werewolf, too!\\
'''Egon:''' Precisely, so what happens when a werewolf bites a vampire, and a vampire bites a werewolf? ''(shows EXACTLY what happens)''\\
'''Winston:''' Man, talk about democracy in action!\\
'''Peter:''' I'm hip! But guys! Don't you want to stick around to see who wins?\\
'''Egon, Ray, and Winston:''' NO.


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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.

[[folder: ComicBooks]]
* The comic ''Werewolves on the Moon: Versus Vampires'', seriously.
* ''ComicBook/TarotWitchOfTheBlackRose'' has a were-cat named Boo Cat in a sexual relationship with a vampire named Liquorice Dust. At least 3 of the vampire's friends don't mind, and have joined in. However, the same issue had a werewolf who had very different ideas on inter-species romances. It also featured an {{Anvilicious}} speech, a {{Stripperiffic}} Little Red Riding Hood costume, and an example of why you shouldn't try to force your tongue down the throat of an angry were-creature.
* Subverted as a joke in the comic ''Webcomic/SupernaturalLaw''. The receptionist for [[OccultLawFirm the titular law firm]] is dismayed to realize that she's booked appointments for a werewolf and a vampire at the same time: "You know what happens when they meet. You can't pull 'em apart..." Cut to the two merrily exchanging jokes. "...when they're into their shop talk."
* Played for laughs in ''Minimonsters''. We have Victor Von Piro (An [[SpoiledBrat elitist vampire]]) and Lupo (A narcoleptic werewolf who is poor). They always fight, and they openly show their dislike for one another. However, it's subverted because they are in the same gang, so they're considered more of a "frenemies" relationship.
* ''ComicBook/ALoveLikeBlood'': The Sangrael (vampires) and Luperci (werewolves) are at war with each other, with FantasticRacism on both sides. Then a male vampire and female werewolf [[StarcrossedLovers fall in love]].
* In ''ComicBook/RealmOfTheDamned'', it is mentioned in the {{backstory}} that vampires wiped out the majority of werewolves decades ago. The last few werewolves don't seem to hate vampires as a race so much as Madam Petrova's leadership... but then Balaur kills them all.

[[folder: {{FanWorks}}]]
* ''Fanfic/ABoyAGirlAndADogTheLeithianScript'': Just like in the original ''[[Literature/TheSilmarillion book]]'', werewolves and wampires do NOT get along in this setting. Werewolves despised vampires like “rats with wings” and vampires regarded wolves like big bullies.

* The ''Film/{{Underworld}}'' movies, which had a vampire and a recently turned werewolf pursuing a [[StarCrossedLovers star-crossed love]] in the middle of a vampire/werewolf war. The reason for the feud in that case was originally rooted in forbidden love between a vampire and a werewolf. Ironically, the [[MonsterProgenitor progenitors]] of the two races were twin brothers who retained a strong sibling bond even after their transformations.
* This is the premise of ''Bloodz vs. Wolvez'', wherein two rival gangs--one made up of vampires and one made up of werewolves--are involved in a turf war.
* Parodied in ''Film/WhatWeDoInTheShadows'', where even though the vampires and werewolves are shown to be easily capable of killing each other, their rivalry is mostly treated with the seriousness of two groups of drunken clubgoers mocking each other ([[VillainsOutShopping which they are]]). [[spoiler: At the end, the vampires' TokenHuman friend is turned into a werewolf, uniting the two groups.]]

* In the book series ''[[Literature/TheDarkHunters Dark Hunters]]'', the [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Were Hunters]] and the [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Dark Hunters]] tolerate each other. But just barely. The Dark-Hunters are mostly faux-vamps though. However, the Were-Hunters do have a rather complicated relationship with the more vampiric Daimons. Even though they are related races, Daimons will eat the souls of Weres, and the Weres will kick Daimon butt.
* In the Creator/JRRTolkien ''[[Franchise/TolkiensLegendarium Middle-Earth]]'' universe, both vampires and werewolves work for the same masters -Dark Lords Morgoth and Sauron-, but [[TeethClenchedTeamwork they can not stand each other]]. Werewolves despised vampires, considering them “rats with wings” and vampires regarded wolves like big bullies. It is not so evident in ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'', but when you read the ''[[Literature/HistoryOfMiddleEarth Lay of Beren and Luthien]]'' and the meeting with [[SavageWolves Carcharoth]], the text makes clear that Carcharoth is shocked of seeing a vampire and wolf together and wolves hate wampires.
* The ''Literature/{{Anita Blake|VampireHunter}}'' novels. Generally the vampires in this universe view shapeshifters as animals, or at best moderately useful tools. Jean-Claude is very rare among vampires in that he has alliances with many of the local were-groups. This is so unusual that he says at one point other vampires with an eye toward conquering his territory will think him weaker than he is because they won't view as relevant any weregroups other than his "animal to call". (Animal with which he has magical affinity- in Jean-Claude's case this is wolves and werewolves.) Then again you can't entirely blame them for thinking that, since different were-animal groups usually can't even get along with ''each other'', much less anybody else.
** Going back, in this setting weres and vampires ''may'' come from the same origin. Or not. Things get inconsistent once you go back before ''homo sapiens'', and it's unclear whether the indecision is in the author's mind, in-setting in historical record, or in-setting in the past actually becoming amorphous at that point.
* This comes up a lot in the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novels. Clear rivalries exist in ''Discworld/TheFifthElephant'' and ''Discworld/{{Thud}}''. The antagonism is said to come from the fact that werewolves are jealous of vampires being thought of as suave and sophisticated[[note]]being in the presence of a vampire makes a werewolf feel like it's having a bad hair day, and when a ''werewolf'' has a bad hair day it's ''really'' bad[[/note]], while vampires are jealous of werewolves being able to fit more easily into human society (when in human form, obviously).
* The vampires and werecreatures in ''Literature/TheSookieStackhouseMysteries'' don't like each other either. Of course, the vampires consider themselves ''superior'' to ''everybody else'', including humans; and even werewolves look down on all werecreatures who don't turn into wolves.
* In the Horror-tropes dimension Skeeve visited in one of the ''Literature/MythAdventures'' novels, vampires are city folk, and look down on werewolves as country bumpkins (who likewise look down on vampires as shallow yuppies).
* ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'':
** The vampires and werewolves do not get on well; this is because the two demon species which originally infected humans, giving rise to the vampires and werewolves, were rivalling species who hated one another.
** In ''City of Ashes'', werewolf Maia Roberts dislikes [[spoiler:Simon]] at first. ''Very'' much. [[spoiler:Until they both end up being captured by Valentine]].
* In ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', werewolves are actually been created exclusively to fight vampires - the tribe members get shapeshifting abilities only when a vampire is in the area, and it appears that most vampires and werewolves harbor prejudice towards each other, at least to a level. They each have their own racial slurs, such as "leech" and "dog". [[spoiler: And then it's revealed they weren't real werewolves at all, just shape-shifters that happened to become wolves, and the vampires mistreated them whether they knew it or not (although this does explain why the ancient vampires who did know what a real werewolf looked like weren't afraid of Jacob).]]
* In the erotic werewolf novel ''Master of Wolves'', werewolves were created by the same wizard who'd created vampires, and tasked to monitor the vampires' behavior while concealing their own existence. If the vampires ever stepped out of line and enslaved humanity, it'd be the werewolves' job to take them down.
* Vampires and werewolves just don't get along with each other in Creator/TomHolt's ''Barking''. However, out-and-out war has been replaced by competition between law firms.
* Werewolf/vampire antagonism comes up a lot in the ''Literature/KittyNorville'' books, but there's no actual rivalry because werewolves are greatly outmatched. Werewolves are as vulnerable to vampires' hypnotic powers as normal humans are, so when Kitty goes vampire hunting she relies on the traditional weapons like stakes and crosses. It's stated that when the two groups exist in any numbers in an area the werewolves are often subservient to the vampires.
* In ''[[Literature/NewAmsterdamBooks Seven For A Secret]]'' by Elizabeth Bear the main character, a vampire, implies that he had a hand in the extinction of werewolves.
* The ''Literature/{{Dragonlance}}'' spinoff ''A Practical Guide To Vampires'' briefly references the idea, explaining that the two races don't really hate each other but individuals or even clans will sometimes clash when they both want the same thing. It also breaks down a WhoWouldWin scenario: werewolves are stronger, vampires are faster, both have about the same intelligence; vampires have a huge advantage around cliffs or forests due to climbing ability but werewolves gain just as big of an advantage during a full moon.
* In ''The Last Werewolf'', vampires and werewolves are sickened by each other's presence and tend to keep their distance. [[spoiler:And then the vampires realize that werewolf bites confer resistance to the sun]].
* In L. A. Banks' ''Neteru'' series this takes the form of political rivalry as the two races are the two strongest demon factions in Hell. The vampires have been on top for millenia.
* Vampires and werewolves in ''Literature/TheParasolProtectorate'' don't get along very well, but because the novels are set in Victorian England they tend to keep the matter private or [[PassiveAggressiveKombat fight their battles in a more civil way]]. Vampires, for example, have a lot of fun promoting fashion trends that the naturally scruffy (and often nude) werewolves find annoying. Neither race can produce more of their kind either reliably or often, and there's a decent probability of mutual extinction if they actually did go to war. (And technology has given rise to far more interesting common enemies.)
* In ''Literature/AlmostNight'', the vampires and werewolves are a very uneasy treaty and on the brink of a gang war.
* One of the main issues in ''Literature/RedMoonRising''. There are centuries of animosity between the socially elite Vampyres and lower-class Werewulves, though in the book's setting it manifests as a class struggle rather than outright war.
* In ''Literature/VoidCity'', werewolves and vampires don't get along. One of the reasons is that most werewolves in the setting are highly religious, believing that God gave them lycanthropy so they would have the strength to destroy other monsters. They have their own church, the Lycan Diocese, which manufactures holy water in bulk; this is something vampires tend to disapprove of.
* Subverted in ''Super Werewolf'', vampires and werewolves are only portrayed as rivals within in universe pop culture, whereas they are often brought together as teammates by monster tamers in order to fight monster slayers as a common foe. A few werewolves continue to bring up society's view that vampires should be treated as enemies rather than allies, but this is portrayed as a sign of their arrogance temporarily getting in the way of their logical thinking. Also, one of the werewolves has a sister who is a vampire, implying that the groups aren't even as distinct as others in their society might think they are.

* 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 whole think of vampires isn't really known - especially since werewolves seem to be extremely rare and don't really operate in groups the way vampires do - but apparently they just steer clear of the "psychotic bastards" whenever possible. Averted in Mitchell and George's incredibly rare case: they're [=BFFs=] against all odds.
** It's suggested that the vampires' hatred of werewolves stems from ''fear''. When transformed on a full moon, a werewolf can rip even the most powerful vampire to shreds, but for the other 27 days of the cycle they're (usually) just a normal human, so vampires kill them when they get the chance or make sure they can keep werewolves locked up during the full moon. This prejudice also backfired, inspiring some werewolves (e.g., [=MacNair=]) to hunt vampires even while they're in human form. Werewolf blood is also toxic to vampires.
* In ''Series/BeingHumanUS'', this conflict is made infinitely creepier just by a slight change in the way it's carried out. Josh, the main werewolf, is never treated remotely like a human being (so to speak) by any of the vampires, save for his best friend, [[FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire Aidan]]. Not even the grudging almost-respect Herrick gave George in the original is preserved. For example, the "dog fight" episode, which in the U.K. version was played primarily for the danger it posed to the characters, instead emphasizes how humiliating the experience is.
* ''Series/KamenRiderKiva'' has 16 demon races, most of which bear a severe grudge against the [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Fangire]] because they've hunted the others to near-extinction. Of course, this includes the [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Wolfen]], whose [[LastOfHisKind last survivor]] Jiro/Garulu really despises the Fangire in general and [[ImplacableMan Rook]], the one who actually did the job, in particular.
* ''Series/TheVampireDiaries'' has introduced the idea of an instinctive rivalry between the two groups, in the second season. A (transformed) werewolf's bite is fatal to a vampire (causing nasty sickness and SanitySlippage before their inevitable death), while vampires [[spoiler:were created specifically to be able to kill werewolves]].
* Happens in ''Series/{{CSI}}'' of all shows during a Halloween episode where a Lycanthrope is beaten to death by Sanguinarians. Turns out [[spoiler:[[SeriousBusiness he used to be a Sanguinarian and when he decided to change things up both groups got pissed and killed him]].]]
* In ''Series/TrueBlood'', the first few encounters between vampires and werewolves (starting with Bill and some weres in Season 3) are what we modern folk expect--seemingly standard FurAgainstFang encounters. [[spoiler:But then the situation is subverted, because all of the werewolves are under the control of a vampire, which is one of the first clues about Russell Edgington's awesome level of power]]. It's still not clear whether the standard version of the trope would be in effect if not for that, but it seems to be implied, since [[spoiler:Edgington's control seems to be based on the vampire blood he's giving the wolves, which makes it like a drug addiction.]]
* As in [[Literature/TheMortalInstruments the books]], vampire and werewolves in ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}'' hate each other. Though they eventually agree to an [[EnemyMine uneasy alliance]] to stop Valentine, who wants to kill all Downworlders.
* ''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.

* Of course, the example that catapulted this concept into recent memory would be the ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'', where werewolves and vampires ''hate'' each other. Later versions downplayed the CrossOver aspect of this, but this is what stood out. The reason for the original hatred was because werewolves saw vampires as agents of their sworn enemy, the Wyrm (a monster bent towards eternal suffering and decay) -- and since most of the vampires in the setting see killing as "just another thing" after a while, they're not entirely wrong. However, their tendency to strike at vampires regardless of how corrupt they are drives it into dickery.
** 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).
** It is thus ironic that in both versions of ''TabletopGame/TheWorldOfDarkness'' (although especially the [[TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness original one]]), getting a vampire and werewolf to team up could be amazingly effective. Werewolves, with their sturdy constitutions and HealingFactor, could function as walking blood banks for the vamps, as well as safeguard their lairs during the day -- while vampires had a lot of blood-fueled magical or semi-magical abilities that could make them temporarily (or situationally, if you need to use something other than the wolves' brute force) more powerful. Which is not to mention the fact that in the 1st Edition, at least, drinking werewolf blood would supercharge vamps, making it even more of an exploit.
** 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 [[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.
* This trope has been excised from the ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'' (''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem'' and ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheForsaken''). Whether vampires and werewolves fight against each other or work together is wholly dependent on their personal choices, although the standard seems to be that they are content to stay away from each other out of mutual fear of the unknown. In mixed groups, InterspeciesRomance is usually the first thing that happens.
** One of the first books in the ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheForsaken'' line, ''Hunting Grounds: the Rockies'', parodies the trope with Black Moon [[XtremeKoolLetterz Extreme]], a pack of young cubs who decide the best way to aid Denver is to hunt down vampires and look cool while doing it. While some pack members have good reason to hate vampires -- and Denver has had a bad history with the bloodsuckers -- the pack's alpha is basically just doing it for an ego trip, and a lot of the other packs think they're posers who are going to do something hideously stupid one day.
** Played straighter in ''Lodges: The Splintered'' and its Lodge of the Willow Branch, a Polish werewolf lodge dedicated to destroying vampires because it believes they are walking rifts in the Gauntlet that bring negative spirits swarming into the real world in their wake.
* The finalized edition of fan-made expansion ''TabletopGame/GeniusTheTransgression'' has a take on each of the above with a MadScientist faction; Geniuses and vampires actually get along pretty well (fittingly), though Genius blood is no different from mortal blood (how [[WeirdScience Wonders]] can help a vampire is another story entirely...). Also fitting, Geniuses and werewolves don't get along at all, but the interaction between [[MagicVersusScience Geniuses and Mages]] is... interesting. The main {{Ancient Conspirac|y}}ies of the two groups actually seem to be ''incapable'' of noticing each other.
* Since it has roots as a fan-made expansion of the ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'' above, ''TabletopGame/TechInfantry'' of course carries over the hatred between vampires and werewolves. Once the Earth Federation was established, all werecreatures (wolves, tigers, rhinos, etc.) are drafted into the titular Tech Infantry SpaceMarines to fight the alien [[BugWar Arachnids]]. Since the bugs threaten them too, the Vampire Kingdom of Enoch sends occasional ghouls and low-level vampires to join the Tech Infantry, and they do work together surprisingly well. But for the most part, vampires are hated and hunted throughout the Earth Federation and later the Middle Kingdom.
* In the old Basic/Expert/etc TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons system, powerful vampires could use their ability to control wolves, rats, and bats to control ''their lycanthropic equivalents'' as well. Not surprisingly, this made the not-yet-controlled werewolves, wererats and werebats extremely leery of vampires, though they weren't openly at war with them.
* In ''TabletopGame/BleakWorld'' there is an organization of werewolves that hunt vampires called "The hunters of the dead." It is unknown why exactly they want to do so, as there is no vampire equivalent to this organization and werebeasts are generally a lot stronger than vampires so they have no reason to fear them.

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* Serves as the theme for the 2012 Halloween Season at [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Hong Kong Disneyland]]

* The online game ''VideoGame/AdventureQuest'' borrows much from the ''Underworld'' movies, and the Vampire/Werewolf conflict consumes most of the Film/HammerHorror section known as Darkovia. And ''then'' there are the [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Werepyres]]. And '''then''' they added [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot DRACOpyres]]: a mix of vampire, werewolf and ''[[UpToEleven dragon]]''.
** Darkovia in ''VideoGame/AdventureQuestWorlds'' was locked in a conflict between the vampires led by their queen Safiria and the Lycans led by the Werewolf King (the title of which changed hands when the player arrived!). The player was sent there in order to get support for both sides against the Chaos Lord Wolfwing, a Werepyre who has been chaorrupted by the game's BigBad Drakath, who created an army of werepyres and chaorrupted certain werewolves and vampires and sent them against their respective opposing faction, culminating in having a dragon captured and turning it into a Dracowerepyre, the Chaos Beast of that particular saga. There was even a war that went down where the players threw in with either the Vampires or the Lycans and tried to beat the other faction to 100%. [[spoiler:The Lycans won the war.]]
* ''VideoGame/OperationDarkness'' has werewolf Allies fighting vampire-aided Hitler and his {{Ghostapo}}. Which is kind of ironic, since in real life the Nazis had a division called the "Werewolves" (not actually shapeshifters, [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy as far as we know]]), and the Americans have a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/44th_Fighter_Squadron Vampire Squadron]].
* In ''VisualNovel/FatalHearts'', the vampires and the werewolves each think the others are soulless murderers who must be destroyed at all costs, and woe to anyone who gets in their way.
* ''[[http://www.bitefight.org/ BiteFight]]'', Game Forge's browser-based RPG, is just that.
* The ''VideoGame/KingsQuestII'' FanRemake uses this to great effect. In the original game, the monk gives you a key to the vampire's castle, you trick your way into the castle, stake the vampire, and grab the key. The remake version subverts the hell out of it. The "friendly" monk at the local church [[spoiler:is leader of a werewolf pack that has been mercilessly hunting down the ruler's family. In fact, THEY were the ones responsible for turning the count of Kolyma into a vampire in the first place]]. It also turns out that [[spoiler:the grandma and Literature/LittleRedRidingHood expies are the Countess and the Count's granddaughter]], forced to flee for their lives due to the persecution.
* ''VideoGame/VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines'' is the above (tabletop) TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness example in a video game. In the game, the rivalry/hatred/fear of werewolves is mentioned. The PC faces a werewolf, who is terrifying, immune to the PC's attacks, and unkillable except through a good, old-fashioned GuideDangIt strategy.
* While generally averted in the ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series as noted below, in ''[[Videogame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', Lord Harkon, leader of the Volhikar vampire clan, is outright disdainful of werewolves, offering his own vampiric blood to cleanse the "filth" from a werewolf PlayerCharacter if they choose.
-->'''Harkon:''' Yes, I can smell it on you. The power of my blood will purge that filth and make you whole again.
* Downplayed in ''VideoGame/GoldenKroneHotel'', as most of the conflict is focused on humans vs vampires. However, you can find a potion of Luna that lets you temporarily become a werewolf that both sides will attack on sight.

* Nina Delacroix in ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'' upon meeting a [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/thar_she_blows! werewolf boy]] discovered this and proposed her [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/since_ancient_times pet theory]] ([[IncrediblyLamepun sorry]]) of the origin.
* Parodied in ''Webcomic/SamAndFuzzy'', where it turns out that vampire bites turn people into werewolves. For some reason, being physically assaulted by someone's teeth and suddenly morphing into a half-ton of animalistic rage gives the newly minted werewolf some severe aggression to work out, and the assaulting vampire tends to become the first target.
* Shown in ''Webcomic/{{Shifters}}'' where {{Werebeasts}} and [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Vampires]] most definitely do NOT like each other.
* There's an established animosity in ''Webcomic/TheNightBelongsToUs'', which makes it awkward when vampire Ada gets assigned to be newly-turned-werewolf Hank's mentor.

* ''WesternAnimation/MonsterHigh'': Vampires and werewolves don't like each other much, though Draculaura and Clawdeen are best friends. The TV special 'Fright on!' revolves around this.


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* ''Anime/SengokuNightBlood'' has vampires and werewolves fighting each other in the ''Sengoku Era'', and rather than races the conflict is between armies.

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* The first couple of times ComicBook/{{Morbius}} the Living Vampire and ComicBook/WerewolfByNight's paths cross, they end up fighting, but it's not anything personal: Morbius is subject to HorrorHunger and the werewolf will attack anything that moves when it's a full moon. Over the years they grow to be best friends, although the occasional fighting [[VitriolicBestBuds is not something they get rid off entirely]].
* ''ComicBook/RequiemVampireKnight'': The vampires and werewolves are hostile towards each other, but that's because ALL supernatural races are that way in Resurrection. They're just as likely (probably even moreso) to punch in the face of a zombie or ghoul, which are lower on the general food chain than they are. Interestingly, vampires are the reincarnation of people who knowingly committed acts of evil for their own gratification. Werewolves are the reincarnation of people who did evil in the name of good. Lady Claudia Demona even uses a mind-controlled Torquemada (the biggest werewolf on the planet) as a sex toy.

* Subverted in the fanfic "[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/6795061/1/Being-Human Being Human]]". Shinji is a werewolf and Asuka a vampire, and [[BelligerentSexualTension sometimes they argue, but they really like each other]].

* {{Averted}} in the ''WesternAnimation/HotelTransylvania'' series--not only are Wayne the {{Wolfman}} and Dracula friends, there's clear PuppyLove ([[IncrediblyLamePun heh-heh]]) between Wayne's daughter Winnie and Dracula's grandson, Dennis. [[spoiler:Dennis, incidentally, is also a vampire]].

* The ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' set [[GothicHorror Innistrad]], vampires and werewolves are symbolic opposites according to WordOfGod: the former represent repressed lust, the latter repressed rage.
* Averted in ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40K'', where the vampires and werewolves are allies, or at least both on the side of good. The Blood Angels are a SpaceMarine chapter with a tendency to fall into a berserk rage in combat as they relive the final moments of the primarch Sanguinius, while the Space Wolves are space Vikings whose geneseed causes them to develop wolf-like characteristics such as yellow eyes and longer teeth (and some of them mutate into Wulfen, but by that point they usually turn evil).

* ''Webcomic/LastRes0rt'' recently revealed that Jason Spades (vampire protagonist Jigsaw's main rival) [[spoiler: is actually a werewolf, or at least for what passes as the alien version of a werewolf]] -- but this all has next to nothing to do with the real problem between the two, i.e. Daisy [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToKillYou and her continued existence]].
* Averted in ''Webcomic/BiteMe'', since Luther is a good friend of some of the vampires. However, in terms of personal style/appearance, the comic plays the SlobsVersusSnobs of werewolves and vampires pretty straight.

* Averted in ''Literature/TheSagaOfDarrenShan''. Vampires-Vampaneze and wolves are in fact from the very same bloodline, and wolves are rather friendly with Vampires. However they really hate Vampaneze, and are more than happy to battle them.
** Zig-zagged in Book 2 ''The Vampire's Assistant'', when the Cirque du Freak's werewolf [[spoiler:got loose and attacked Darren and his friend Sam. Darren tried very hard to fight it, but he was easily defeated, due to being severely weakened by his long-lasting refusal to drink blood. Then Mr. Crepsley showed up in the last moment and ''effortlessly'' [[TakeThat beat up the werewolf]] with his bare hands so badly, that Mr. Tall thought it was actually killed.]]
* Averted in the books of Mary Janice Davidson because neither race believes in the existence of the other.
* Averted in Creator/SergeyLukyanenko's ''Literature/{{NightWatch}}'', where vampires and werewolves make up the lowest rung on the [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual Other]] hierarchy. Specifically, they're Dark Others, whose nature seems to change a little from book to book. As such, they have more in common with one another than with the rest of the Others and are universaly loathed by both the Light and the Dark ones. As part of maintaining the Treaty, the Night Watch (i.e. Light Others) are required to give out hunting licenses to vampires and werewolves, picking humans at random. While vampires don't technically have to drain those they feed on, most do. Hunting without a license is punishable by dematerialization.
* Averted in ''Literature/ThePardonersTale.'' Nick (werewolf) and Alex (vampire) fight, snark, and antagonize each other, but it's got nothing to do with their supernatural states, and more to do with the fact that Nick thinks Alex is an idiot.
* Averted in ''LightNovel/VampireHunterD:'' The werewolf Mashira is on friendly terms with the vampire Mayerling.
* Averted in ''Literature/FamilyBites''; Ben Rivers, the patriarch of the werewolf family, who has never met a vampire before, says you can't trust them, but everything he knows he got from his grandfather, whose vampric business partner ran off with the money. As it turns out, the Riverses and Alfonzes get on fine.
* Notably inverted in the original ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'', where Drac can control wolves as well as all creatures of the night, and even turns into a wolf as a slightly less conspicuous way of breaching the English shore.

* Inverted in ''Series/HouseOfFrankenstein1997'' where it's mentioned that vampires love lycanthropes, treating them like beloved pets.
* Averted in the [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffyverse]], where the two species share no particular relationship with each other, be it animosity or otherwise. When Angelus and werewolf Oz stand face to face, they merely growl at each other until Angelus backs off. (Of course, Oz ''does'' occasionally stake vampires, but that's because he's a Scooby, not because he's a werewolf.) Angel even dates a newly turned werewolf for a while in his own show, but neither the relationship nor the breakup has anything to do with her lycanthropy.
* Averted in ''Series/{{Sanctuary}}''. While there are plenty of issues between different species of Abnormals, vampires and [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent HAPs]] don't seem to have any particular animosity. Tesla's interactions with Henry do manage to have a bit of this, though, but that's because Tesla is a bit of a misanthrope and thinks everyone who's not a vampire or Helen Magnus is an idiot compared to him.
* Averted in ''Series/TheMunsters'', vampires and werewolves are not only friendly, they're family.
* In ''Series/TheVampireDiaries'' although not everyone involved likes it.
* Inverted in ''Series/{{Beetleborgs}}'', where Count Fangula and Wolfsbane are close friends who have known each other a long time. In fact, Fangula is always the one who translates for Wolfsbane, who only speaks wolf-language.

* ''VideoGame/BattlefieldHeroes'' just recently added vampire skins for the Nationals and werewolf skins for the Royals.
* Averted entirely in ''VideoGame/BlazBlue''. [[BattleButler Valkenhayn]] [[MysteriousMiddleInitial R.]] [[BadassGrandpa Hellsing]], a werewolf, is the faithful butler of [[ElegantGothicLolita Rachel Alucard]], a vampire.
* Played with in ''VideoGame/FreeRealms''. Both races show up for the Halloween event, and they do have a rivalry with each other (with players encouraged to choose sides)... but this is a family-friendly game, so they settle things with dance-offs.
* ''VideoGame/TheSimsSocial'' on Website/{{Facebook}} once advertised a "Werewolves vs Vampires Week".
* ''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).
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* A natural result of the AI in ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'', whose latest release added vampire immigrants and wandering werecreatures. One player found a random peasant in a cage trap, and when the full moon rolled around and he turned into a werepanda he was introduced to one of the resident vampires. [[http://www.bay12forums.com/smf/index.php?topic=101379.msg3013652#msg3013652 They did not get along]].
* ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'' could be one of the most roundabout versions of this trope yet. [[NotUsingTheZedWord The terms for werewolves and vampires are never used]], but there are nevertheless strong undertones of lycanthropy and vampirism in the setting. The people of Yharnam use blood for medicinal purposes, intoxication, and even as a substitute for sex, and the Scourge of Beasts that is afflicting them irreversibly transforms people into ravenous wolf-like monstrosities called Beasts. And it's the player's job to kill the Beasts after receiving a transfusion of Yharnam blood that gives them all manner of supernatural abilities.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon 2}}'', the theme of the October 2017 Splatfest for North America and Oceania was "Vampires vs. Werewolves".

* In ''Podcast/TheAdventureZoneDust'', a major plot point is the [[FeudingFamilies feud]] between the Blackwell family (vampires) and the Mathis family (werewolves). However, this takes place in a town populated equally by humans, vampires, and werewolves, all of whom live more-or-less hospitably. The aforementioned feud is treated as more of a Hatfields-and-[=McCoys=] affair than anything racially-fueled.

* Inverted in ''WesternAnimation/GravedaleHigh''; Vinny (a vampire) and Reggie (a werewolf) are actually friends. Vinny even defends Reggie from [[TheBully a gargoyle bully]].