Quiz: What's Your Vampire Power?
What's Your Vampire Power?
By: Zoe Samuel
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About This Quiz

Vampires have been a part of the world's folklore for centuries. Initially believed to be what we could call zombies that rose from the grave, it was thought they could only be killed by nailing them to the ground with an iron rod and decapitated.

Literature gave vampires a broader scope as characters and more powers. Today, vampires from our stories can move with lightning speed, control the minds of mortals, turn into mist, or bats, or wolves. In some stories, vampires are necromancers, or warlocks, or warriors. In others, they are simply hedonists looking to get their next blood-fix.

A vampire's power differs from other supernatural gifts in two distinct ways. First of all, it usually reflects the personality of the vampire in some way, giving them the power to overcome their personal shortcomings. Secondly, the power usually comes at some cost, often causing some trait to wither and die, like mind control destroying the vampire's empathy.

If you were drained of vitae, fed the blood of a vampire, and raised from the dead, how would you turn out? Would your natural aptitudes lead to the ability to fly? Would you be impervious to damage? Would you control the hearts and minds of men? Take this quiz to find out.

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