A list of all named vampires is found here; choose your Sire vampire carefully, as this will determine your bloodline and possible clan. To become a vampire in a particular clan, you do not need to be infected by a vampire that belongs to that clan; you just need to be infected by one that belongs to that bloodline. This means that nameless vampires work just fine. See the Bugs section for a bug that can make it difficult to become a vampire when saving and loading before searching the corpse.
Once you catch Porphyric Hemophilia, you can cure yourself with any form of Cure Common Disease (including spells, potions and shrine blessings) anytime within three days of being bitten. If the disease is not cured within three days, you will become a full-fledged vampire the next time you sleep. During your sleep you will experience a particular dream, which signifies that your transformation is complete.
Fortunately, there is a cure for vampirism, but it is obscure and difficult to find. Once you have been cured of vampirism you cannot become a vampire ever again. Specifically you will still be able to contract Porphyric Hemophilia, but it will not progress to full vampirism.
Note: After reaching 100% vampirism (not drinking blood for 72+ hours and then sleeping), you will still revert back to 25% vampire if you drink blood. You will lose the abilities granted by full vampirism but retain the abilities of one being 25%. You will lose a considerable Strength bonus, so exercise caution if you are close to your maximum encumbrance limit. This cycle can be repeated as often as necessary.
Once the battle is over, head to the locked door across the room, and interact with the door or intercom. Either way, it will use the intercom. Mactavish will let you in after some simple convincing. Don't bother trying to pay for the info, he'll crack pretty easily. Find out more information about the Dorsey raid on Colorado Springs. One unique dialogue choice is available using First Aid (4).
This mod is great for someone who truly wants their character to be the most powerful they can be. Normally, your character has the choice of being either a werewolf or a vampire through their respective questlines. True Hybrid allows you to be both at the same time, allowing for a unique play style.
By Slumber Party, Charlie had become a full-fledged hunter, having completed cases of her own but only as a hobby. Her cases included those involving a ghost and a teenage vampire. Despite being a part-time hunter, she felt her life was incomplete and wanted to find a quest of her own. Charlie was called in by Sam and Dean to use an ancient computer they found in an effort to find all of the angels in the world. Charlie hacked the computer and downloaded all of the Men of Letters files, but later came into conflict with The Wicked Witch when she was accidentally released by Dean. Charlie worked with Dorothy to hunt the witch, interested in Dorothy from the Oz books she read as a child. Charlie is killed by the Witch, but Dean has Gadreel (in the guise of Ezekiel) resurrect her which Charlie later agrees to keep secret. Dorothy claims that Charlie went to Heaven, however this is not possible, since Heaven is closed for all souls. The Wicked Witch could have possibly put Charlie in a deep sleep like state, where she would dream she was spending Christmas with her family. Charlie comes up with the idea to use poppy extract bullets to stun the Witch and realizes that the books were written by L. Frank Baum to give Dorothy clues on how to deal with the Witch.
Charlie is seen to be extremely smart and very knowledgeable about technology. She was able to hack the Commodore 64 despite it being over 50 years old. She is also extremely good at hacking, having hacked Frank Deveraux's hard drive in about a day despite all the protections Frank put on it and his paranoid nature in protecting his things. She was also able to easily hack Dick Roman's computer, an act that she told Sam and Dean she deserved to get caught at if it took her more than fifteen minutes. Her hacking and decoding abilities are also seen in how she was able to crack the Book of the Damned: after a long time of frustrating work on translating the Book and Nadia's Codex, she finally broke a code that not even Rowena, a centuries-old witch could crack and that she herself had earlier believed was impossible for her to do.
While fighting a group of vampires in Tokyo, Willow met and dueled a fellow student of Saga Vasuki, the witch Kumiko. The vision she received during this fight with Kumiko would later lead her to investigate a possible ripple in time in New York City. When Buffy was kidnapped into the future, Willow contacted Vasuki for help during sex with an oblivious Kennedy. Saga Vasuki warned Willow not to look forward into the future when she rescued Buffy from it; Willow complied and successfully returned Buffy to the present.
Following the recent end of magic, Willow became obsessed with finding a way to bring it back; though it initially appeared that she simply wanted her powers back, she later revealed that, with the loss of the Seed, people were losing hope and that suicide rates are spiking all over the world; thus, her motivations to restore magic were to save the world and undo the damage caused by the Twilight crisis. Though she was not furious with Buffy for her part at the end of magic, she admitted to treating her best friend poorly. Since returning from her brief mission, Willow has learned to no longer fear her powers and reassured Buffy that if it weren't for everything that happened and for the choices that she made, she wouldn't have had such a realization. This was evident during the battle at the entrance to the Deeper Well in England, when Willow did not hesitate to unleash her full powers to destroy the opposition and cover Buffy.
Despite the fact that Willow regained her powers, she still has a difficult time using them to their fullest potential without consequences. She cannot traverse long distances within a barrier she conjured using powerful magic without causing the barrier itself to go down. She was capable of teleportation, unaided flight, projecting blasts of energy powerful enough to vanquish vampires in one hit, force field projection, and releasing pulses of telekinetic power. Apparently, the reason why Willow could not use her powers to fullest was that the Seed of Wonder was still in the process of maturing, as the process for it to take root was rushed by a surge of immense power that came from the Deeper Well and the energies that the Siphon absorbed. Despite this setback, she was still an effective combatant.
The rest of the series takes far too long to set Belmont up as a legendary vampire hunter. Clearly, this cartoon version of Castlevania wants to build a story of a lost and dark anti-hero who earns his way back into the good guy fold, but veteran comics writer Warren Ellis fumbles this archetypal story in a spectacular fashion. Belmont spends most of the series shrugging at the cries of innocent people, beating up moronic drunks, and relishing his few brief pot-shots at corrupt bishops. For a full two episodes, he reads like a less likable, more dour Han Solo.
Bentley: Thankfully, we've managed to retrieve the ThiefNet computer. However, all of the plans stored inside are now compromised! The wedding is still on; Jing King remains Tsao's prisoner. Yes, we are going to free her, but that's not enough. No, for this heist we really need to put the screws to this guy. He's earned it. So we're cleaning out his treasury as well, a feat impossible without Murray's van. Unfortunately, all that time in the ice has ruined its polycellular battery. I'll need Sly's help to acquire a new one, which won't be easy, as the General's gone all out with security. He's even resorted to black magic dragons and hopping vampires patrolling the streets. We'll need to even the odds before the wedding. Sly, you and the Panda King will work to gather some fireworks and blow up the vampires' crypt. No crypt, no more vampires.
Though it talks a lot about "losing your humanity", it feels like goth vampires sulking. This is an epic battle game. It is hard to role play when you can't "hide". In "Highlander" people felt "funny" around the Immortals. Hard to nip off to the tavern when the room full of a God's faithful are doing the same. 2b1af7f3a8