Vampirism
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Overview

There are a number of forms of Vampirism identified by Quincunx

Forms of Vampirism

Clinical Vampirism

Clinical Vampirism is one of the most harmless forms of vampirism but from the perspective of the Quincunx Corporation it is still dangerous for a number of reasons.

One of the simplest dangers of clinical vampirism is the fact that those who are afflicted by the condition often draw the attention of operatives away from true vampires. In this way, the true vampires are able to operate unhindered while the corporation focuses its attention on mildly deranged blood drinkers.

Psychological Vampirism

Emotional Vampirism

Psychic Vampirism

Imparted Vampirism

Hereditary Vampirism

Physiological Vampirism

Historical Data

Vampires are also linked closely to the undead beings referred to as zombies.

Elemental Resonance: Metal

The Quincunx files relating to vampirism predominantly link these beings to the element of Metal.

Those suffering from vampirism are typically classed as a subgroup of the Yindao.

The

Typical Traits

Characteristics

Strengths

Weaknesses

Commonly Encountered Powers

Appearance within the Courts

Blood Court

Vampires (Strongest Affiliation)

Chrysanthemum Court

Gaki

Gold Court

Yes

Ivory Court

Yes

Jade Court

Yes

Ochre Court

No

Peyote Court

No

Rose Court

Yes

Sand Court

Yes

Sapphire Court

Yes

Wave Court

Yes

Lesser Courts

The Court of Marble
Yes
The Court of Ice
Yes
The Court of Runes
Yes
The Court of Grass
Yes
The Court of Greenstone
Yes

Infamous Rogue Vampires Encountered

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