|Race||True Pure Blooded Vampire|
|Birthday||May 5th, 1315|
|Affiliation||Thirteen Wizard Saints|
|Eye Color||Blood Red|
|Weight||64kg (140 lbs)|
|Disliked Food||Garlic Soybeans|
|Hobbies||Biting virgin females|
|Fighting Style||Modified Qigong|
Valdis Akeldama is the third progenitor and the current Queen of the Vampires.
Valdis has the appearance of a preteen girl. She is described as being beautiful by her familiar, Naoto, Valdis has blood red eyes, has silvery-blue hair, partially done up into a french braid-esque style with one long bang one the right side of her head and a half bang on her left; that partially covers her eye. She wears a black mantle with red crosses that reaches down to her feet and wears nothing underneath.
Valdis's current outfit consists of a white collar blouse with long sleeves and a red tie, and a stylish black mini skirt with black stockings and cute high-heel boots.
Physically, Valdis is extremely similar to her sister Rachel, something that Naoto picks up on. Despite this, Valdis has the appearance of a young girl around the age of 14 and looks considerably older than the 12 year old looking Bianca.
She has an almost enchanting air of dignity and grace, yet is sarcastic and condescending to those she considers lower than her, always expecting them to have the highest standards of formality when conversing with her. Despite this, she does care deeply for her allies.
Like most of the vampires in her family, she is proud. As a third progenitor and the queen of vampires, she has reason to be and the power to back it up. When her younger brother, a Third Progenitor as well, Thano the Demon-Slayer challenges her position as the ruler of vampires, she becomes angry and claims she never fails, ever. She is temperamental when challenged and does not hesitate to remind her challenger of his/her place.
She seems to enjoy being bitten and drinking blood; while listening to the pleases of the virgins she's feasting on.
Valdis means "(to) rule".
Akeldama means "field of blood".
Thyia means "to sacrifice".