what is the difference between vampire and vampaneze
I am reading Darren shan vampire assistant (1st 3 books) and have heard loads about the 2 I just need to know everything
I do not know the difference and never read the book either,as far i know vampire got fang to bite and suck blood ! we got fang to bite foods.
a vampaneze drains all the blood from a human then kills them. they think it honorable. they have purple skin , red hair, lips, eyes, and fingernails .
To add to boorussellf's answer: Vampires only take a little blood from humans, just enough to survive themselves but not enough to hurt the person.
In the Saga of Darren Shan the Vampaneze are sworn enemies to the vampires, cousins in fact. They were vampires who broke away from the clan (600 years before the third book) and claimed themselves a new race (Vampaneze) because of the different customs they held. The Vampaneze are considered the antagonists, though they only appear that way due to the misleading image of Murlough (a mad Vampaneze), The Vampaneze Lord and the War of the Scars. The Vampaneze have purple skin and red hair, eyes, lips, and fingernails. This is a side effect due to drinking a lot of blood: They must kill when they drink blood. Many Vampaneze do not want to fight the vampires. The Vampaneze are first mentioned in Tunnels of Blood and become a main part of the plot throughout the rest of the series
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