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VampireRomanized Name



Bloodsucking, Superhuman Strength, Regeneration

A Vampire (, Kyketsuki) is an undead creature featured in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. Many vampires serve as antagonists in the first three parts.

Vampires were created by the Pillar Men with acupuncture techniques that they developed through the use of the Stone Mask. The purpose of the vampires were to become food for the Pillar Men and to explore human potential. This would then lead the Pillar Men to discover the Red Stone of Aja, which can be combined with the Stone Mask to make them perfect, granting them immunity to sunlight and allowing them to rewrite their DNA.

Vampires can be created in two ways. One way is to wear the Stone Mask while exposing it to blood. The other way is for a vampire to give a corpse some of their own blood. The art of the Ripple, created to fight off vampires, is said to revive their souls for a last moment before their death.

Legend of Symbols

: The character is leader(: Subsequent leader): The character is deceased and passed on to the afterlife: The character has resigned: The character retired (incapacitated) and/or their fate is unknown: The character remains as a soul or ghost

A secondary undead, created by a vampire who dons the Stone Mask, is commonly referred in part I and II as a Zombie ((), Zonbi, lit. “Undead Person”); “Undead” ((), Andeddo, lit. “the deceased”) is also sometimes used.

Vampires are known for their battle cry “WRY” (, Ur) and numerous superhuman traits. The most obvious abilities are their raw strength, regeneration, blood-sucking tentacles at their fingers and near-immortality. On top of that, many vampires are capable of manipulating their bodies in creative and unique ways. Some as skilled as Dio have created their own unique abilities.

The “Space Ripper Stingy Eyes”

Vampires gain vitality from human blood

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