The power to transform people into vampires. Variation of Conversion.

Also Called

  • Humanus Nocturinia Generation (Marvel Comics)
  • Siring
  • The Embrace (Vampire RPG)
  • Vampire Generation
  • Vampiric Transformation


The user can transform other beings into vampires. Usually, humans are most common in the transformation, but other beings can also become vampires as well.



  • Requires a certain action to function, ranging from a bite/blood-sucking to a specific ritual like removing all of the blood in the candidate and replacing it with the vampire's blood.
  • Users of Conversion Negation can undo the effects
  • Users of Conversion Immunity and Vampirism Immunity cannot be transformed.

Known Users

  • Vampires (Mythology/Folklore)


  • Dracula/Drake (Marvel Comics)
  • Vampires (American Vampire)
  • Dead Apostle (Type-Moon)
  • True Ancestor (Type-Moon)
  • Zompires (Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8)
  • Evolved Vampires (Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9)
  • Vampires (Discworld)
  • Twilight Sparkle (My Little Pony Friendship is Magic); via bats


  • Vampires (Being Human)
  • Vampires (Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel)
  • Dracula (Blade III: Trinity)
  • Vampire Queen (Charmed)
  • Vampires (Chica Vampiro)
  • Alpha Vampire (Supernatural)
  • Vampires (Supernatural)
  • Vampires (My Babysitter is a Vampire)
  • Flytrap (Power Rangers Mystic Force)


  • Dracula (Dracula)
  • Vampires (Twilight Saga)
  • Vampires (The Vampire Diaries)
  • Lestat de Lioncourt (The Vampire Chronicles)
  • Larten Crepsley (Cirque Du Freak)
  • Strigoi (Vampire Academy)
  • Vampires (Shadow Falls)
  • Vampirates (Vampirates)


  • Vampires (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure)
  • Count Bloodeau (Ghost Sweeper Mikami)
  • Vampires (Hellsing)
    • Alucard
  • Vampire Nobles (Seraph of the End)

Video Games

  • Vampires (The Elder Scrolls)
    • Lord Harkon
    • Serana
  • Molag Bal (The Elder Scrolls)

Tabletop Games

  • Vampires (Vampire The Masquerade)

Known Objects