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Nora Greer
Born July 26, 1713 (21/298)
Turned 1734
Status Undead
Occupation Unknown


Species Vampire (Julianna's Bloodline)
Gender Female
Family members Unknown


Cause of death Broken neck
Killed by Julianna Monroe
Played by Peyton List
First seen TBA
Last seen TBA
Nora Greer is a vampre sired by Julianna Monroe in 1734.

HistoryEdit

TBA

Vampire DiariesEdit

TBA

PersonalityEdit

Nora is serious and mysterious, more or less due to her past. She keeps to herself and prefers not to be vulnerable to those she doesn't trust. She has a soft, romantic side, which is mostly seen with Sebastian.

AbilitiesEdit

  • Super Strength - Vampires are much stronger than humans and grow stronger with time.
  • Super Speed - Vampires can accelerate their movements to cover short distances in an instant, faster than the human eye can see. When running across long distances, they appear as vibrating blurs of motion.
  • Emotional Control - Like all vampires, Nora has the ability to switch off her humanity.
  • Super Agility - Vampires possess superhuman stamina, flexibility, reflexes, agility, and dexterity. They can move, jump, climb, and run incredibly fast without difficulty or exhaustion. This ability improves with age.
  • Super Durability - Vampires can take far more damage than normal humans.
  • Dream Manipulation - Vampires can control dreams and subconscious. The vampires can produce and modify dreams, bestow nightmares or lucid dreaming. Other effects of this ability is the distortion of reality and trapped in the dreams.
  • Heightened Senses - They can hear whispered conversations, even ones in far off buildings, smell blood, and see in total darkness.
  • Immortality - A vampire stops aging once turned. Upon their transformation, vampires then on become immune to all conventional illness, disease, virus and infection.
  • Accelerated Healing - Vampires can snap their finger bones back into place after being broken and have been seen to fully recover from gunshots, stab wounds, and torso impalement.
  • Day Walking - Nora has the ability to walk in the daylight through the use of her daylight walking ring.

WeaknessesEdit

  • The Cure - If she takes the cure than she will become human again.
  • Vervain - The act of exposing or ingesting a vampire with vervain causes a vampire to become severely feverish and weak. Also, If a vampire's skin is exposed to vervain, it can result in burning them. Also vampires can't compel anyone on vervain.
  • Sunlight - In the sunlight she will begin to burn and then die.
  • Stakes - A wooden stake through the heart will kill him.
  • Invitation - In order to enter any house owned by humans, they need to be invited by a person that officially lives there or the person of entitlement. Once invited the vampire cannot be uninvited. If a vampire lives in a house, other vampires can enter freely and if a vampire is in the house without being invited in it will become disoriented and will begin to suffocate.
  • Magic - Vampires are susceptible to the powers of witchcraft including the creation of harmful magical objects.  It is said a witch with enough power can kill a being as powerful as an original but its never been proven.
  • Desiccation - Being completely drained of blood or the heart stopping will cause an original vampire to desiccate like any other vampire, lose most of it's strength and any ability to move. The desiccated original will appear as a corpse and can only start functioning again once they feed on blood. This proccess can be replicated artificially by a witch casting a desiccation spell.
  • Werewolf Bite - The bite of a werewolf is extremely lethal to vampires.
  • Vampire Bloodline - If Julianna dies then she will die.

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