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[[Vampire|'''Vampires''']] are another good choice for new players because a lot of the lore is already fleshed out. All vampires are evil and soulless as defined by the code. What this essentially means is that as a vampire, you won't be able to gain experience from killing demons and the lack of a soul will prevent you from ever being able to. Vampires can pass as humans in many instances, but have a slightly more restricted job selection. When shifted into their vampiric appearance, they get a small bonus to both speed and strength and are able to use a racial slay ability, bite, that has a higher success chance than a normal slay.
 
[[Vampire|'''Vampires''']] are another good choice for new players because a lot of the lore is already fleshed out. All vampires are evil and soulless as defined by the code. What this essentially means is that as a vampire, you won't be able to gain experience from killing demons and the lack of a soul will prevent you from ever being able to. Vampires can pass as humans in many instances, but have a slightly more restricted job selection. When shifted into their vampiric appearance, they get a small bonus to both speed and strength and are able to use a racial slay ability, bite, that has a higher success chance than a normal slay.
   
There are substantial and hotly debated canon issues that need to be taken into consideration when creating a vampire as well. Make sure to read up on what vampires are like in the Buffyverse and though some deviation can be attributed to individual differences between one vampire and the next, you shouldn't imply that every vampire is similar to you and, in doing so, contradict canon.
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There are substantial and hotly debated canon issues that need to be taken into consideration when creating a vampire as well. Make sure to read up on what vampires are like in the Buffyverse and though some deviation can be attributed to individual differences between one vampire and the next, you shouldn't imply that every vampire is similar to you and contradict canon.
   
 
[[Demon|'''Demon''']] is an umbrella term used in Buffy to refer to all most every sentient being that isn't human or animal. There are some exceptions, but if you want to create a character which isn't a human or a vampire, they'll most likely be considered a demon. There are a number of demons with varying amounts of lore already written for them in Buffy, but the theme was left very open to include a number of mythical creatures. Demons represent a lot of creative freedom, but also responsibility.
 
[[Demon|'''Demon''']] is an umbrella term used in Buffy to refer to all most every sentient being that isn't human or animal. There are some exceptions, but if you want to create a character which isn't a human or a vampire, they'll most likely be considered a demon. There are a number of demons with varying amounts of lore already written for them in Buffy, but the theme was left very open to include a number of mythical creatures. Demons represent a lot of creative freedom, but also responsibility.
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