This unnamed vampire ran afoul of the British Men of Letters in London.
As this vampire entered London, he set off the British Men of Letters wards and was approached by British operatives. The operatives injected the vampire with dead man's blood, took him prisoner and brought him to be executed by Arthur Ketch.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
He had the standard powers of a vampire.
- Super Strength - Vampires possess strength that is greater than humans. Young vampires experience a formidable increase in physical strength; able to lift heavy objects and overpower grown humans.
- Fangs - Vampires possess a set of retractable fangs. Their teeth are superhumanly strong and can rip open a human's neck and leave huge bite marks on the corpse of the victim it has fed on.
- Super Speed - Vampires speed is greater than humans. It is possible that a vampire's speed, like their strength, increase with age.
- Super Agility - Vampires possess amazing agility. They can climb up walls and jump off buildings without hurting themselves. Vampires also have greater reflexes than humans.
- Super Senses - Vampires have extremely keen senses that are superior to those of humans. They can see in the dark, hear a human's heart beat, and possess enhanced sense of smell. A vampire can track a human's blood over long distances.
- Immortality - Vampires can potentially live forever. They can't grow old and don't acquire conventional diseases that affect humans.
- Invulnerability - Vampires can not be killed by conventional methods, such as stab wounds or gunshots. Vampires have an extreme durability to pain.
- Regeneration - As long as they have enough human blood, vampires can quickly heal any wound that does not include amputation.
- Super Stamina - Despite their hunger, vampires don't tire easily.
He possessed the standard weaknesses of a vampire.
- Dead Man's Blood - Like any vampire, he was able to be incapacitated by dead man's blood.
- Decapitation - He was killed through decapitation by Arthur Ketch.
- While his killer is not initially identified, the cross on his hand marks him as Arthur Ketch. Also, while blurry, the shape of the man about to swing the machete is clearly Arthur Ketch.