Turned (Book #1 in the Vampire Journals)
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A human who had consumed vampire blood and has subsequently died with the blood in their system will be magically revived as an undead vampire, just like the vampire who sired them. The exact nature of the human's death is irrelevant to this process; the only condition that must be met is that the body has to be more-or-less intact and able to function once they reawaken in transition. If the head or the heart are missing at the time of death, the person in question will not awake in transition, but simply stay dead.
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Shapeshifting: The origin of the myth that vampires had the power to morph into a bat, wolf, rat, or a cloud of mist is unknown. It may be the result of a mistake of perception between vampires and werewolves. Or it may even be related to Silas, who has the ability to cast psychic illusions to appear as anyone he chooses. Vampire-Werewolf Love Triangle: Someone has a vampire and a werewolf competing for their affection.Originally, vampires had additional powers in the early episodes of the show, but these powers were later written out of the plot by the writers after they were deemed "too supernatural." These powers were: Super Durability: Vampires can take a great amount of physical damage without being slowed down. Even vampires who have been shot with wooden bullets, which have a weakening effect on vampires, have been seen to continue fighting so long as they were not shot in the heart or the head. Vampires still react to physical force in a human manner, particularly young vampires, who will occasionally be affected even by human-strength-level force. Vampires can also still be stunned and dazed by strikes and trauma, though their tolerance for it will increase as they get older.
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Cancer: Vampires in transition are still affected by cancer. The regenerative capabilities gained by the vampire blood within their system however speeds up the cancer resulting in their human death. Josette Laughlin described the effects as a "Stage X," which doesn't exist as Colin was previously terminal at Stage IV. Such affects result in a beyond terminally ill, immortal-vampire patient with heightened emotions. Memory Gain: Vampires who wake up in transition always remember the memories of things they were compelled by vampires to forget while they were still human. This is due to the rule that vampires cannot be compelled except by an Original. Weakened by the Light: Sunlight tends to be harmful to (most) vampires. It often causes them to be instantly incinerated into ashes; or at least just gives them painful yet non-lethal sunburns, or merely weakens their powers at best.Before the New Sacrament, he would have balked at these kinds of feelings, the idea of breaking his vows. But now, his Angel has shown him that through God all things are possible. Language: English Words: 13,196 Chapters: 8/? Comments: 2 Kudos: 16 Bookmarks: 5 Hits: 334 Televisions These are well known vampire devices, so much so that the information about how much vampire energy a model uses, is often handily included in the product specifications. For example, this Samsung ultra HD 43-inch smart TV on John Lewis is listed as using 0.5 watts (presumably per hour) while in standby mode, while this enormous 83-inch Sony Bravia also uses 0.5 watts despite the screen size difference. You can also find out how much electricity does a TV use in our guide