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{{nihongo|Vampire|吸血|Kyūketsu}} is a status found exclusively in ''[[Final Fantasy Tactics]]'', usually inflicted by the ability [[Vampire (Ability)|Vampire]] or Blood Suck. A unit under the status can only use the attack Vampire and will automatically use it to any enemy. All [[Evasion|evade]] percentages will drop to 0, and the character will be unable to use [[List of Final Fantasy Tactics Reaction Abilities|Reaction Abilities]] and certain [[List of Final Fantasy Tactics Movement Abilities|Movement Abilities]] like [[Lifefont]] and [[Level Up (Ability)|Accrue EXP]]. All monsters are inherently immune to Vampire. If there is no enemy but ally within the Vampire units' moving range, they will go for the ally instead. If all members of [[Ramza Beoulve|Ramza's]] party are afflicted by Vampire, it is an automatic [[Game Over]].
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'''Vampire''' {{J|吸血|Kyūketsu}} is a status in ''[[Final Fantasy Tactics]]'', usually inflicted by the ability [[Vampire (ability)|Vampire]] or Blood Suck. A unit under the status can only use the attack Vampire and will automatically use it to any enemy. All [[Evasion|evade]] percentages will drop to 0, and the character will be unable to use [[Final Fantasy Tactics reaction abilities|reaction abilities]] and certain [[Final Fantasy Tactics movement abilities|movement abilities]] like [[Lifefont]] and [[EXP bonus abilities|Accrue EXP]]. Monsters are immune to Vampire. If there is no enemy but ally within the Vampire units' moving range, they will go for the ally instead. If all members of [[Ramza Beoulve|Ramza's]] party are afflicted by Vampire, the [[Game Over (term)|game is over]].
   
Vampire can be removed using [[Holy Water]] and the [[Dispelna#Final_Fantasy_Tactics|Dispelna]] of Holy Magick. Some accessories grant immunity against Vampire, these being the [[List of Final Fantasy Tactics Accessories|Barette]], [[Ribbon]], Japa Mala, and [[Onion Equipment|Onion Gloves]].
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Vampire can be removed using [[Final Fantasy Tactics items#Holy Water|Holy Water]] and the [[Dispelna#Final Fantasy Tactics|Dispelna]] of Holy Magick. The accessories [[Final Fantasy Tactics accessories#Barette|Barette]], [[Final Fantasy Tactics accessories#Ribbon|Ribbon]], [[Final Fantasy Tactics accessories#Japa Mala|Japa Mala]], and [[Final Fantasy Tactics accessories#Onion Gloves|Onion Gloves]] protect against it.
   
 
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Vampire (吸血, Kyūketsu?) is a status in Final Fantasy Tactics, usually inflicted by the ability Vampire or Blood Suck. A unit under the status can only use the attack Vampire and will automatically use it to any enemy. All evade percentages will drop to 0, and the character will be unable to use reaction abilities and certain movement abilities like Lifefont and Accrue EXP. Monsters are immune to Vampire. If there is no enemy but ally within the Vampire units' moving range, they will go for the ally instead. If all members of Ramza's party are afflicted by Vampire, the game is over.

Vampire can be removed using Holy Water and the Dispelna of Holy Magick. The accessories Barette, Ribbon, Japa Mala, and Onion Gloves protect against it.

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EtymologyEdit

Vampires are mythological or folkloric beings who subsist by feeding on the life essence, generally in the form of blood, of living creatures. Although vampiric entities have been recorded in many cultures, and may go back to "prehistoric times", the term vampire was not popularized until the early 18th century.

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