We continue our detailed look into what we can do to tweak our Vampires so that players don’t always know what to expect from this vampire that you are going to throw at them. Today we look at the different types of weaknesses that a vampire can traditionally have.
First Up: Stakes!
Let’s figure out whether it is worthwhile to stab our enemy vampire with a stake. That’s the cornerstone to the vampire myth. Of course, this should only be used when the vampire has already been vanquished and they are trying to finish it off:
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Second Up: Stake Materials
Not every stake is or should be effective. If you want a little bit more flair or more flavor or background source material about vampires well, having the stakes be made of a certain type of material is a good idea:
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The Daywalker was immune to the sun and therefore able to wreck more havoc. If you want a cult that is a little different here are some options to tweak their powers against the sun.
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Fourth: Other Destruction Methods
How are we going to kill the vampire other than stake through the heart? Well here are a couple of different ways for us to kill those vampires.
Fifth: Body Destruction
We all know that vampires regenerate unless the body is destroyed. So we can get rid of the body and the problem of this undead creature, we need a solution. Here they are:
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