"A vampire is not interesting, but a Daylighter! You carry the power of the world's sun in your veins. Sunlight and eternal life, that is a power indeed."Nowadays, when Vampires are exposed to direct sunlight, they usually suffer great pain and diminishment of power, turn to dust, or go up in flames. This trope is the opposite case: Vampires are able to freely walk around in sunlight. Either nothing at all happens, or they experience mild discomfort. Sometimes they are stronger during the night, with daylight taking away some of their powers, but otherwise they are fine. This was in fact the standard in traditional Vampire lore and early Vampire fiction. Lord Ruthven, Varney the Vampire, Carmilla and Dracula could all prance around in broad daylight, and while some of these might be accustomed to sleeping during the day, daylight in itself was no danger to them. The trope that daylight is lethal to vampires came into being only with movies, specifically with 1922's Dracula adaptation Nosferatu. Sometimes a series may give a nod to this, or invent a "rational" explanation why some vampires can tolerate daylight and others can't. May play a part in Daylight Horror. A common variation is to only have vampire/human cross-breeds be immune to sunlight (often among other vampire weaknesses).
— Asmodeus, The Mortal Instruments: City of Heavenly Fire
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- A commercial for Kellogg's Nutrigrain fruit crunch bar features a family of vampires, who mentioned weren't "morning people", until they tried the Nutrigrain bars, now they love mornings, as we see when the patriarch of the family takes their pet bat out for a fly around the neighborhood.
Anime and Manga
- In Black Blood Brothers, Kotaru is able to walk around in sunlight with no ill effects at all, while his brother Jiro smoulders if he doesn't have an umbrella and sunglasses.
- Aside from the unstable Schiff none of the Chiropterans in Blood+ were affected by sunlight.
- In Hellsing, it's implied that normal vampires do burn in sunlight. Alucard doesn't because he's so obscenely powerful that the sun simply can't hurt him, at least not to any appreciable degree. He experiences a minor tingling sensation. Oddly, Alucard's young servant Seras is shown out at day once too, even though she needs to be confined to a coffin to travel overseas.
- Vampires in Gantz can overcome lethal UV light for a limited time using a special medicine. It's only used in special circumstances because of the exorbitant cost of the drug.
- Kars of the Pillar Men from Jojos Bizarre Adventure created the Stone Masks hoping he could use them to overcome his race's vulnerability to sunlight, with Complete Immortality as a bonus. In his own words, he wants to "tame the sun".
- Happiness! Makoto and others can walk around during the day.
- The vampire ninjas in Is This a Zombie? are completely unaffected by the sun. Zombies, on the other hand, not so much.
- Karin is able to go out in sunlight with no problems. Granted, she's a bit of an anomaly among vampires in the first place.
- Mahou Sensei Negima! gives Evangeline A.K. McDowell, who used to have an actual weakness to sunlight (that apparently didn't amount to outright destruction), but eventually overcame it as she grew in power. She even has "High Daylight Walker" as one of her many titles and epithets. Her adopted son and sire Touta is also shown to have no problem going out in sunlight from the moment he's turned.
- In Phantom Quest Corp., Bosco is the only known vampire who's capable of walking around in broad daylight and even runs a teashop during normal business hours. A flashback reveals that it's because he repeatedly exposed himself to high-powered UV lamps to gradually build resistance to sunlight, until he finally became immune to it. Though he still wears shades when outdoors, and switches to a tinted pair of pince-nez while indoors.
- In My Monster Secret, sunlight isn't fatal to vampires at all; they just get suntans/burns very quickly (and it goes away after a good sleep). Female lead Youko Shiragami, who's only a half-blooded vampire, was forced her to go to school early and leave late just to avoid exposing her secret...until a friend asked if she'd ever thought of using suntan lotion, which she hadn't. Her vampire father Genjirou does the same, also using sunscreen and occasionally parasols.
- Rosario + Vampire: Moka Akashiya is frequently shown walking around in the sun to no ill effect. Word of God initially Hand Waves this by claiming that Moka simply protects herself from the sun by wearing long-sleeved clothes, but then again, Moka is also shown on more than one occasion frolicking at the beach in a bikini in broad daylight.
- The exceptionally rare Jinrou of Shiki are able to move around during the day without problems.
- Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase has Hazuki, and the ability is basically the cause for an entire arc.
- American Vampire is about a new species of vampire that can Daywalk, and lacks the vulnerabilities of traditional vamps. Other vampire species are immune to sunlight as well.
- By way of being a half-vampire, Blade is not affected by sunlight. It is for this reason that his vampiric foes know him as "The Daywalker".
- Vampirella: As a direct descendant of Lilith, Vampirella herself will often walk around in the daylight whereas most other vampires burn up on direct exposure to sunlight. Dracula, the progenitor of all evil vampires, has exhibited this trait as well.
- In Blade, Daywalkers (Half-Vampires) are not affected by direct sunlight, but regular vampires are. They can only walk around during the day using sublocking skin cream or completely covering their bodies. The original vampire, Drake, can also walk around during the day with no problem, amongst his other unique powers. The Reapers in the second film are the unintentional side effect of the attempt by vampires of creating more Daywalkers. However, while it succeeded in eliminating all their other weakness, sunlight is actually even more deadly to them, causing them to explode fairly spectacularly in moments.
- Martin is about a vampire (maybe) who doesn't seem at all concerned about daylight, and in fact defies most vampire tropes.
- Vampire Hunter D (1985). D is a dhampir (half vampire, half human) who can move around in sunlight without being harmed (as he does at the end of the movie).
- Dracula in Bram Stoker's Dracula follows in the footsteps of his novel counterpart and moves during daytime without trouble, although his supernatural powers don't work while the sun is up.
- All the vampires shown in Byzantium have no aversion to sunlight. Most of their activities take place at night, but this appears to be from a desire to stay undetected, not to mention Clara's "occupation".
- The eponymous villain in Queen of the Damned. Akasha, if she feeds on enough people, can walk around in the sunlight as much as she wants without being harmed, allowing her to live in the open as a true Queen. By letting Lestat drink her blood she passes this ability on to him.
- This is different from the novel, though, as even Akasha is slightly burned by direct sunlight. On the other hand, damage to Akasha is spread to all other vampires, so the last time someone tried to set her out in the sun, all young vampires in the world burst into flame, and older vampires got nasty burns.
- In the cheap Italian film Fangs of the Undead starring Anita Ekberg, vampires can walk around in the daylight, though this is only revealed at the end (since the film largely takes place at night.)
- Selene becomes one at the end of Underworld: Evolution after ingesting the blood of the first immortal Alexander Corvinus. It's implied that Marcus is probably immune to UV rays as well after becoming a vampire/Lycan hybrid, but he still hides during the day, likely a defense mechanism borne of centuries of being a vampire.
- Double Subverted in Dracula Untold. Vlad III Dracula can walk about during daylight, but only during an overcast day and not in direct sunlight, which hurts his skin.
- Fright Night 2: New Blood: Gerri/Bathory's goal is to become invulnerable to sunlight by completing a Blood Magic ritual that requires a Virgin Sacrifice.
- In My Best Friend Is a Vampire, elder vampire Modoc explains to newly-turned Jeremy that "living" vampires can go out in the daytime while "undead" ones can't. (None of the latter type appear in the movie.)
- In Carmilla, the title character often sleeps until after noon and while a bit lethargic during the day, can go out in the sun without difficulty. Naturally, she is far more active at night.
- Like mentioned, 19th century vampires were not hurt by sunlight. It is implied that they are stronger during the night, however. Dracula, for example, was not harmed by sunlight, but lost his powers such as Super Strength and shapeshifting between sunrise and sunset (except at high noon). Some vampires of the classic literature, like Lord Ruthven, inverted the modern perception of the effects that daytime would have on vampires; rather than being harmed or weakened by the sun, they instead become more powerful in moonlight.
- In Twilight the vampires sparkle... They only avoid sunlight to avoid exposing their identities.
- Discworld: Carpe Jugulum, where the vampires have gotten rid of their sunlight problems with the power of positive thinking.
- Black Ribboners, along with weakening powers, display some resistance to light. Some wear heavy clothing and wide-brimmed hats, others can withstand the sun unless exposed to extreme concentration of light.
- Extremely old/powerful Red Court vampires in The Dresden Files are able to stand sunlight.
- The Dresden Files is subject to Our Vampires Are Different, even within itself with the different courts, with the standard strengths and weaknesses spread among them differently. Each court has the stronger members more resistant to the usual weaknesses. The White Court, especially, who are Emotion Eaters. (For example, to the Raith family, who are incubi and succubi, true love is their Kryptonite Factor.)
- Played with in George R.R. Martin's Fevre Dream, where Joshua shows up on deck to have dinner in broad daylight to assuage the crew's fears that he's a vampire. The next time the protagonist sees him, he's horribly burned...
- In Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, sunlight burns the skin of young vampires, but after a few years they become immune. Their eyes, however, never become immune no matter how long they live, so they have to wear sunglasses in daytime.
- Moroi vampires in Vampire Academy can go about in the sunlight, although it does weaken them. The Strigoi vampires, on the other hand, die in sunlight.
- Vampires in Night Watch are unaffected by sunlight. Same applies to garlic, religious symbols, and silver, but don't you dare offer them a shot of vodka, which has the same effect as holy water to vampires of lore. Yes, Russian vampires can't hold their liquor.
- In the Lee Nez novels, Lee isn't technically a full vampire, thanks to the work of a Navajo medicine man. He can handle the light with ease if he wears sunblock and sunglasses, and it's not a death sentence if those are compromised. He's an isolated case, however; the second and third books use the fact that vampires and vampire tissue combust when exposed to UV light as a plot point.
- In the Vampire Hunter D novels the effect that sunlight has on vampires is explained as some sort of magic tied to the planet Earth, rather than an innate effect of the light. A vampire who travels to the orbit or beyond can bathe in the sunlight in the vacuum of space without any kind of ill effect, while on Earth they would be rendered comatose even deep underground and would burst to flame by the slightest touch of sun's rays.
- Downplayed in The Saga of Darren Shan. Vampires can survive in the daylight for a few hours, but sunburn / sunstroke sets in quickly and prolonged exposure is fatal. Half-blood vampires are completely safe as a trade-off for not yet having their full strength and speed.
- In The Danilov Quintet, Zmyeevich, an elder vampire, can walk around in the daytime. It weakens him and makes him look elderly. It enables him to manipulate humans "in the know" because they "know" anyone they talk to at noon can't possibly be a vampire.
- In The Witcher saga, there're higher vampires, who don't have to drink blood, but like it, and seven different species of lesser vampires (read: bloodsucking monsters). Higher vampires are less powerful during the day, but otherwise perfectly fine being in the sun. Also, at least one species of lesser vampires—the bruxa—seems to remain just as dangerous in the sunlight.
- In The Pardoner's Tale Alex the Vampire has no problem being out in the sunlight. He does claim sensitivity to it as a way to get into Nick's house.
- Stefan and Damon Salvatore of The Vampire Diaries can walk around freely in the daytime, but this is due to the fact that they both wear Lapus Lazuli rings, which negate the effects of sunlight on them. Vampires without such rings can't do this.
- In The Sanguine Chronicles sunlight just reduces a vampire's powers. The "burning" thing stems from illusions they use to cover their escape when exposed to the sun in a fight.
- Vampires in A Discovery of Witches move about freely in the day.
- In The Mortal Instruments, vampires also burn in daylight. They are even safe just behind walls in front of sunlight, clothes do not bring anything. However, Simon Lewis becomes a vampire who can walk around in daylight because Valentin Morgenstern has made an experiment with the blood of angels.
- Later it turns out that there were also vampires before Simon, who could walk around in the sunlight. How these emerged, however, is unknown.
- In We Walk The Night all vampires are burned by sunlight, but the severity of the burn is tied to age. A young vampire may get some light sunburn at best, while an old vampire might suffer third-degree burns when exposed to the sun.
Live Action TV
- In Beetleborgs, Count Fangula doesn't go outside often, but when he does, short-term exposure to sunlight doesn't seem to do him any harm. He usually wears sunglasses, though.
- In Power Rangers Mystic Force, normal vampires will turn to ash upon exposure to the sun, but the queen of vampires, aka recurring villain Necrolai, has none of the usual vampire weaknesses (which would get in the way of battling Rangers, which takes place during the day most of the time.) This goes for vampires she directly sires, such as Vida, the Pink Ranger, in one episode.
- In Moonlight vamps don't particularly like being out in the sun and they're very sensitive to it, but it doesn't make them burn up. However, they can suffer severe sunstroke if exposed for too long. Most walk around in hats, sunglasses, and longcoats. They also try to stick to shadows.
- In Being Human, vampires don't generally show any weaknesses to sunlight, though Mitchell does wear sunglasses. This could be attributed to the Rule of Cool, though.
- It is explained that one of the reasons they live in Bristol is because it is so often cold and overcast, so there is not much direct sunlight.
- In the U.S. version Aiden explains that vampires used to be nocturnal, but are now "photosensitive." While the more traditional vampires sleep during the day, the younger ones merely prefer to be out of direct sunlight.
- In Supernatural, sunlight is not deadly to vampires, but it causes a nasty sunburn, thus they usually sleep during the day and hunt at night.
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer:
- The Gem of Amarra protects the user vampire from vampire weaknesses, including sunlight.
- Later in the comics, a new breed of vampires are created as a result of magic vanishing and then returning. The new vampires are much more powerful than the old breed, and one of their abilities is to walk around in the sunlight.
Angel: Why am I not on fire? I'm not on fire! Can everybody just notice how much fire I'm not on?
- The Fang Gang visited a couple of alternate dimensions where the sun didn't hurt Angel; enough so that it's fair to infer that it's specifically Earth's sun that damages vampires. There was a downside to this in Pylea, however - it made Angel's human and demon sides almost totally distinct. Using his Game Face turned him into a barely-controllable monster.
- The season three episode "Heartthrob" reveals that a vampire who has his heart cut out becomes completely invulnerable to everything, including sunlight. The catch? It only lasts a few hours, after which the vampire dusts instantly.
- In True Blood, sunlight is usually very dangerous to vampires, but it turns out they can resist the sunlight temporarily if they are pumped with fairy blood. The more traditional caveat that older, more powerful vampires can withstand the sun better is inverted—the older a vampire is, the more quickly he burns up. Bill, a vampire since the Civil War, can survive for several minutes in the sun, while Godrick, who was around for more than 2,000 years, turns to ash almost instantly.
- There's exactly one vampire fully immune to the effects of the sun, because before turning he's been not a human, but a faerie.
- Sunlight ordinarily kills vampires in The Vampire Diaries, but almost all of the main vampires (Stefan, Damon, Caroline, Katherine, Elena, etc) have enchanted special rings or jewelry with a lapis lazuli stone that, when worn, allows them to have no issues in the sunlight. The Originals (the first vampires) as well as Hybrids (half vampire, half werewolf crossbreed) also have no vulnerability to sunlight.
- Kindred: The Embraced: Vampires can stand sunlight if they've fed recently, apparently to give the show an occasional daylight scene.
- On Mockingbird Lane Grandpa (Dracula) is able to walk around in the day time, but he does carry a small parasol with him.
- The same applies to the special's predecessor, The Munsters. Neither Grandpa nor Lily seem to suffer any kind of pain or discomfort walking around in daylight.
- Count Von Count in Sesame Street
- The aptly named The Day Walkers Gangrel, Alex Castle and Matt Cage. Sometimes affiliate and fellow vampire Rio Storm is also only somewhat annoyed by sunlight.
- In Vampire: The Masquerade, sunlight is deadly to vampires but some, especially with the Protean discipline maxed out, can resist it for short periods of time. The Gangrel Beckett, for instance, is known for having once ran the length of a football field under scorching sun.
- There are also thin-bloods that in addition to having greater ease waking up during the day, actually are resistant to sunlight to a certain degree, due to their relative weak blood causing the Curse of Caine to manifest less strongly. On the flipside, some Antediluvians are able to survive during daylight hours due to their potent blood rendering them powerful enough to ignore the normal effects of sunlight, as excellently illustrated by Zapathasura, who had to be destroyed through the concentrated light of several suns using orbital mirrors by the Technocracy.
- In Vampire: The Requiem, a bloodline of Clan Mekhet can daywalk...or so it seems. It's actually a combination of Auspex and Majesty that lets them project their forms. It's not solid, however...but the Majesty aspect fools all five senses into thinking that there's a real vampire standing in the middle of the noonday sun. This trick, however, requires two disciplines at rank five, and a Bloodline Devotion to boot, meaning that it's EXTREMELY rare. Only a very specific sect of Ancient Egyptian vampires, the Bak-Ra (the Servants of Ra), can pull it off.
- Vampires of the Ordo Dracul also learn to make themselves more resistant to sunlight in a limited fashion.
- The highest ritual of the Followers of Seth shadow cult is called the Rite of Going Forth By Day, which is mostly what it sounds like. The downsides are, it requires a human sacrifice per use, and it is also only a projection.
- The Blood and Smoke/Requiem 2e rules update changes this around a little bit. Daywalking is possible, but painful if you have blood to spare and are low enough on the Power Meter and high enough on Humanity (Higher Humanity makes the damage less painful, lower Blood Potency makes it tick less frequently. A BP 1 Humanity 7 Vampire takes one point of lethal every ten minutes. With blood to spare, you can spend just shy of two hours in the sun...just watch out for people wondering why you're smoking). That said, once again, the Ordo Dracul can cheat this a bit to move you around on the chart to take less damage less frequently.
- Dungeons & Dragons
- Though vampires typically combust in sunlight, there are magical options to protect them, making them effectively daywalkers.
- Ravenloft setting supplement Van Richten's Guide to the Vampire. In the Ravenloft setting, a Patriarch vampire (1,000 years old or older) can walk freely in the sunlight without taking damage. There are also stories of vampires less than 1,000 years old who can do this, indicating that some Patriarch vampires can pass this ability on to the vampires they created.
- In Nightlife by Stellar Games, vampires became more resistant to their Flaws as their Humanity score increased. Upon reaching the maximum score of 100, all effects of Flaws were put in abeyance. Since all special abilities were fueled by Humanity, maintaining this state was difficult at best.
- By default, most vampires in Chuubo's Marvelous Wish-Granting Engine are flammable. However, some are strong enough they can ignore the sun, and some are weak enough the sun doesn't bother them (and one or other of these types is recommended for PC or major NPC vampires).
- The Elder Scrolls
- One (Clan-specific) vampire-only quest in Morrowind has you be this — that is to say, you were to kill someone walking around in a city in broad daylight as a show of force, despite the fact that the Vvardenfell strain of vampires burn when exposed to sunlight.
- Oblivion is another minor example: vampires could day-walk if they were well-fed but burned otherwise.
- The Vampires of Skyrim can survive in sunlight with only minimal discomfort, although prolonged exposure to direct sunlight causes their skin to burn and their natural powers become heavily debilitated. As a result, Vampires prefer travelling at night as it's the best time to overpower their opponents. Vampire Lords are more resistant to the sun, but still do better at night. In-game, this translates to increased vulnerability to certain kinds of damage and reduced effectiveness of automatic healing.
- The Elder Scrolls Online has vampires who are said to be much stronger at night, instead of being weakened during the day.
- In the Legacy of Kain series, vampires grow immune to sunlight as they grow older and more powerful. The only exception to this are the Rahabim, a clan of aquatic vampires who overcame the vampire's innate weakness to water instead.
- In the first game, Blood Omen, even when Kain was just a fledgeling he could walk in daylight unharmed. However, his attacks would be weaker than at night.
- Direct sunlight would reduce Remilia Scarlet to dust, but she's fine if she carries a parasol to block it. This is reflected in the fighting games— if she has a parasol, she can participate in the daytime stages.
- Valvatorez from Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten doesn't seem to be affected by sunlight at all. Nor does he seem to get powered up in the night.
- The vampires in Vampires Dawn aren't affected by sunlight as long as they're vampires of the first few generations. Valnar, a vampire of the third generation, already needs to wear Cool Shades in the first game because his eyes are quite sensitive.
- Balanar the Night Stalker from Defense of the Ancients: All-Stars is not explicitely a vampire, but is clearly based on one. He is much more powerful at night, but can perfectly well walk around during the day too.
- In The Sims 3, vampires can briefly walk around in the daylight with no ill effects, though longer exposure can drain their powers and lower their mood until they have a chance to recover. Vampires with the Immortal trait, in addition to not aging, also lose even this (relatively mild) weakness to sunlight in favor of sparkling in sunlight.
- In The Sims 4 Vampires can eventually get the Sun Resistance ability which reduces the draining effect of the sun, this can eventually be upgraded to "Perfect Sun Resistance" which eliminates the effect entirely.
- Neclord is unharmed by sunlight. The only negative effects he suffers is that it makes him sleepy.
- Sierra as well. That said, she doesn't find sunlight pleasant and would rather sleep in instead.
- This is rather common in the Nasuverse in general, as the term 'vampire' designates anything that, for one reason or another, consumes the blood of humans and/or their own species. The register of Dead Apostle Ancestors, the leaders of vampire-kind, includes beings as diverse as a man-eating forest and an alien with a Hostile Terraforming aura, neither of whom have any connection to traditional vampire weaknesses. Likewise, in Tsukihime Akiha has Energy Absorption powers due to being descended from a demon, and would be classified as a vampire if they ever lost control of their demonic instincts.
- While all Dead Apostles (the majority vampire species) are harmed by sunlight, the extent of this varies depending on the individual. The oldest and strongest can walk around in sunlight just fine, but prefer to avoid it because it weakens their powers and forces them to feed more often.
- Arcueid Brunestud of Tsukihime is unaffected by sunlight, but becomes stronger in moonlight (particularly the full moon), due to being a Nature Spirit modeled after the Ultimate One of the Moon. Presumably the other True Ancestors shared these traits, but she's the Last of Her Kind.
- Vampires in Code:Realize go by almost none of the traditional lore, and move about in the sunlight the same as anyone else.
- The vampires of Havenfall Is For Lovers experience no negative effects from sunlight; even the tinted sunglasses that Diego wears most of the time seem to be more to hide his red eyes than anything else. Night does make it a lot easier for him to find shadows to warp through, however.
- Homestuck's trolls are nocturnal and live on a world where Daylight Horror is the standard, so naturally their version of vampires are diurnal. So is Kanaya, who is fascinated by rainbow-drinker lore due to this shared trait. And then she turns into one.
- The Order of the Stick: Malack turns out to be a vampire using a Protection from Daylight spell he casts every morning in order to move around. Vampire Durkon manages to learn the spell from Malack's staff after the latter's death.
- Vampire Girl: Subverted with Levana. Like traditional vampires, exposure to sunlight can kill her, but because she so wants to enjoy a sunny day, she steps out into daylight wearing a beach hat, ski mask, sunglasses, and a long overcoat, causing her to sweat profusely.
- The eponymous Vampire Cheerleaders are indistinguishable from their classmates. So long as Lori and her coven apply their sunscreen, they can attend school like anyone else. They're even regulars at the local tanning salon.
- Seth in Sorcery 101 is the only known daywalking vampire, which contributes to his notoriety in the supernatural community. Without his pendant, though, he's as sizzly as the rest of them.
- Elite vampires in Charby the Vampirate.
- Monstra follow the Dracula rules, the vampires are daywalkers but their powers are weakened during the day. When one character asked why fiction would omit that fact, it's stated that it's just old knowledge that got lost in the lore and generally Rule of Drama to prevent paranoia in humans. If anything, it's not so much the sun that causes the demise but the unstable power within newborn vampires combusting them because of believing the sun can kill them. After a days rest from intial turning, their bodies can regulate the power and prevent this problem.
- Entirely Presenting You: Despite thinking she might be a vampire, Alexis isn't affected by the sun.
- Casper's Scare School: vampire Thatch frequently visits Deedstown in broad daylight, and never suffers any ill effects.
- The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy's version of Dracula has no trouble walking around in daylight. He still catches fire, but doesn't really notice it.
- Referenced in the South Park episode "Ginger Kids;" since Kyle isn't pale-skinned or freckled, but does have red hair, Cartman labels him a "daywalker," in keeping with his insistence on treating ginger kids as monsters with no souls.
- Count Duckula has no trouble walking in daylight due to being a Vegetarian Vampire. His previous incarnations on the other hand can be destroyed by exposure to sunlight as stated in the intro sequence, as they are full-fledged vampires.
- His vampiric relatives such as Don Diego seem to be unharmed by daylight as well.
- Don Diego lives in Spain, which is noted for it's sunny climate so it's logical to assume Spanish vampires adapted to this. Rory McDuckula on the other hand lives in Scotland - not exactly noted for being a very sunny place!
- In Scooby-Doo! and the Reluctant Werewolf, Dracula is able go out in the sun by putting on sunscreen. Sibella from Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School similarly had little trouble going out in daylight, though most days there were heavily overcast.
- Downplayed on Adventure Time; Marceline goes out in daylight while wearing a large sun hat and long gloves. In her appearance in LEGO Dimensions, she instead claims to be wearing sunscreen.
- Vinnie Stoker from Gravedale High is a vampire, yet exposure to sunlight doesn't seem to have any effects on him, as he's often seen with the other characters in scenes taking place during the daytime.