There are four different types of Vampires: Blood Vampires
: Blood Vampires are Vampires that, as their name implies, feed on Blood. Since Blood Vampires are the original vampire (before they all evolved into other things) the last few remaining Blood Vampires are very high in the Vampiric society, usually Royal. There are about 500 Blood Vampires left in the world. They're the best of the best, and sense they are usually very old, are very powerful. Blood Vampire victims usually die from blood loss, with no damage on the outside. They must bite to feed, they usually feed once a week. They are lead by Kima Aaura. Gargoyle Vampires
: Gargoyle Vampires feed on feelings of Fear, Pain, Anxiety, etc. They're the next in rank, able to conform to darkness and shadows, and create terrible illusions to scare their prey, and tend to break electronics with contact. They merely need to breath the air of their victim to feed. Gargoyle Vampire victims usually age until they're nothing but a pile of bones. This species is rare but not nearly as badly as Blood Vampires, they usually feed every few days. They are lead by Elizabeth Beline. Psychic Vampires
: The kinder of the Vampiric society, Psychic Vampires feed on memories and knowledge. Very intelligent themselves, as well. They can read minds and have telekinesis to a degree, and need to touch their victim to feed. Psychic Vampire victims usually become vegetables when fed on to the full extent, until they're not smart enough for their body to work, and thus they die. These vampires have a healthy number of people, and only need to feed every other week or so. They are lead by Stefen Jean. Passion Vampire
: The Incubus and Succubus are the lowest in the Vampire society. Very abundant in numbers, they're not really that important. They feed on passion, need, etc. They're always very beautiful, and are able to create hormones that entice others. Passion Vampire victims end up quite like Gargoyle Vampire victims, except instead of aging they tend to shrivel up, they're loves and needs being eaten up, giving them no more reason to live. As, already said, they're abundant in number, if anything they need to shrink a bit, they need to feed every other day. They are led by Aubrey Lucas. There are two categories of Vampires: Live and Undead. Undead vampires are the classic type of vampire:
*Garlic makes them extremely ill, but does not kill them.
*They can not see their own reflection, and does not show up in camera's.
*Can not walk in the daylight, they begin to sizzle and burn, before bursting into flames.
*Looks like death, blue-ish tint in skin color. Their lips and nails are light blue, and their eyes are glassy and dead.
*Most be completely mutilated to be killed, head must be detached in some way or form.
*Can not enter sacred ground of any religion that has believers, they will burst into flames. Can not be touched by any items considered sacred for such religions. Will burst into flames in the area touched.
*Must feed very often, or rot.
*Will not age, can die from outside force.
*Extreme healing factor
*Can not enter a home (Home being a place that has been lived in for a good long time, not a corporate building/store/etc.) without being invited, or will be dizzy and nauseous for most of their stay.
Undead Vampires are what live Vampires become after they die. Though powerful, most Vampires wish not to become Undead vampires, as they'd rather not rot. Live Vampires are the more modern, and the first stage of a vampire:
*Very strong (Weaker then an Undead.)
*Very fast (Weaker then an Undead.)
*Very good endurance (Weaker then an Undead.)
*Some allergic to garlic, some not. It differs with each vampire.
*Can see their own reflection, however when in full vamp form they can not. Same for camera's.
*Is extremely pale, and has brighter eyes then normal humans. Still has color in their cheeks, lips, and nails.
*Can walk in the daylight without much problem.
*Can be killed, but it is hard. However, if their head/heart is not removed or messed with, they will be brought back as an Undead Vampire.
*Can not enter sacred ground of any religion that has believers, they will get violently ill. Can not be touched by any items considered sacred for such religions. Will burn in the area touched.
*Feeding varies based on vampire type.
*Will not age, can die from an outside force.
*Very good healing faster (Weaker then an Undead's)
*Can enter a home without being invited, however their abilities are somewhat reduced.
Live Vampires are believed to be the better of the two categories. All Vampires have four fangs, as opposed to the assumption that they have two.
They have three sets of poisons in their mouth: Their upper fangs hold a hormonal drug that makes their victim enjoy the bite and find pleasure in it. The bottom set are smaller and duller, as they're more for gripping. They do pierce the skin, however, and the poison in them is a painless drug that kills the victim and recreates them as a vampire. The third poison is found on the tongue, and it is used to heal the bite wound in under an hour, it can also be used to heal cuts and small gashes. This is something Undead vampires do not have, as it is a chemical in the saliva, and they do not have saliva. Only Blood vampires and Passion vampires really use their fangs for feeding, others can use them occasionally for the sake or pleasure or creating a vampire. However, all vampire have these, even if they don't use them often. Also, at times vampires need to dispose of their victim, or get a REALLY good grip. At which point their jaw unhinges, and they grow multiple rows of large shark fangs. All vampires eyes go a misty black when they are hungry or feed.
Vampires can do something called the 'Bleeding effect'. This is a way to make animals or humans stronger, normally to claim them as some form of slave, or 'Thrall'. The vampire gives the human/animal a bit of their blood to drink. Humans begin to get the abilities of vampires, but with none of the weaknesses. Animals are much the same way. The more the vampire lets them drink from them the stronger the human or animal will become, and the longer they will live.
If a vampire was to try and change an animal, it would not work. Animals, unlike humans, cannot handle the poisons it requires to create a vampire, and react similar to a werewolf when bitten. However, they do not die. They become immortal and live in great pain for the rest of it's existence, or until killed. They become rabid, and very strong, killing anything it can get its claws on.
The evolution of the Vampires started with a few pure, perfect vampires. Dracula, Nosferatu, vampires like this. They were the combination of all the vampires, Blood, Gargoyle, Psychic and Passion, and could do more then the normal vampire could. They had all the benefits of the live vampires, and all of the strength and power of an Undead vampire. They could become different animals, and mist, and could be-spell a person with merely a glance. However, as Vampire Hunters began to sprout and slay vampires, it became apparent that they needed to become more diverse. Thus they evolved, splitting into the four different types, Blood, Gargoyle, Psychic and Passion. As the numbers of Vampire grew, so did the number of hunters. Vampires began to die in a extreme numbers with no way of returning, and thus they evolved again, splitting into the two species: Live and Undead, and losing the ability to be-spell and turn to animals, and having the ability to turn to mist given to the gargoyles. Modern day arrived and they evolved a bit more in smaller cases, their allergy to garlic lessening, becoming able to be seen in mirrors, small things like this. This fourth evolution is currently the modern vampires of today.
In order to keep the Vampiric society under control, there is a King or Queen and royal family for each type of vampire. It goes as such:
*Dragon Clan: The Blood Vampire Royalty, consisting of the Kima Aura, the Queen, and Deneshia, the Prince. They're able to control Dragons and are based in Japan.
*Wolf Clan: The Gargoyle Vampire Royalty, consisting of the Elizabeth Beline, the Queen, and Gaston Clyde, Hector Clyde, and Creven Clyde, the Princes, and Papoulli Clyde, the Princess. They're able to control Wolves and are based in England.
Fox Clan: The Psychic Vampire Royalty, consisting of the Stefen Jean, the King, Shinato Kataka, the Queen, Thomas Jean, the Prince, and Gabrielle Jean, the Prince. They're able to control Fox's and are based in Scotland.
Snake Clan: The Passion Vampire Royalty, consisting of the Aubrey Lucas, the King, Leariette Drape, the Prince, and Airam Lucas, the Princess. They're able to control Snake's and are based in France.
The Vampires political system is a mash up of a four part absolute monarchy with a dash of kratocrocy.
The King or Queen of the certain race of vampires is the absolute ruler, they are the judge, jury and executioner. If they give up their position or die of natural causes, the next heir in the line would be made ruler. However, if they are killed by the hand of another vampire of the same race, that vampire takes their position as ruler and takes everything they own, home, money, and all, and the family the new monarch belongs to becomes their next in lines. The monarch taxes their vampires whatever amount they see fit from whatever they see fit to tax, and that is their income. The monarchs deal out land, money, and belongings to the vampires of their race, and oversee what they do. The monarch is responsible if one of their vampires causes an issue with another race or the humans, and must deal with as they see fit. The leaders of the vampires stay in contact very often, going over anything of interest and pay rates, as well as any possible threats. Monarchs deal with civil issues within their own race, and occasionally they alley with other vampire races in the case of wars or civil wars among the monarchs. If one monarchy defeats another, they take over that group of vampires and can assign a new Monarch for the specific group, or just rule over it themselves.