List of fictional dhampirs

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This list covers the many types of dhampirs or dhampir-like creatures found in fiction. It does not include any dhampir that originates in folklore or mythology, nor does it include the concept of 'full' vampires.

Literary[edit]

Cinematic / Televised[edit]

  • Blade (Blade) (Technically a dhampir in that his mother was human, although according to all evidence his biological father was also human, his vampirism being 'inherited' when his mother was attacked in the ninth month of her pregnancy)
  • Connor (Angel)
  • D (Vampire Hunter D)
  • Irwin (half mummy, half dhampir), Dick (Irwin's dhampir father) (The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy)
  • James Eastman (Grave of the Vampire) Leslie Hollander is raped by the vampire Caleb Croft. She gives birth to a son James (last name Eastman after Leslie's boyfriend killed by Croft the same night) he grows to adulthood. Does not drink blood but eats his steaks raw. Later when finally confronting Croft, Eastman displays superhuman strength and not only holds his own against Croft, but eventually overcomes him through sheer brute force.
  • Kamen Rider Kiva, aka Wataru Kurenai (Fangire, a creature similar to a vampire) (Kamen Rider Kiva)
  • Rayne (BloodRayne)
  • Renesmee Cullen (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2)
  • Rita Veder (Vampire in Brooklyn)
  • Drak, Jr. Drak Pack (cartoon) Can be considered a dhampir since he is the great-great+ nephew of Count Dracula, and seems to be immune to vampire weaknesses. Proof of this is the fact that he is outside in the sunlight in most episodes.
  • Vampira Drak Pack (cartoon) Like Drak, Jr., Vampira is often outside in the sun, despite also being a vampiress.
  • Merlock (Flint the Time Detective) He is described as a descendent of vampires.
  • Mateo Rodriguez (Imortal) He is destined to be the chosen one and leader of the vampires.
  • Roman Godfrey (Hemlock Grove (TV series)) Born into privilege and friends with the gypsy werewolf Peter Rumancek

Comic book / Manga / Comic Strips[edit]

Theater[edit]

  • Bloody Dracul Vampir (Sailor Moon Musicals, specifically Kessen / Transylvania no Mori, its revision, and Last Dracul Saishuu Shou

Video / Board / Card games[edit]

See also[edit]