Vampire mod is a feature-rich add-on for Minecraft that incorporates several intriguing aspects of the undead. Being a mod, it has all the features of its parent game. However, it adds some unique twists to the gameplay as well. One such twist is vampire society. Let’s take a look at it in detail.
The basic concept of the Vampire mod is that the player character is part of a vampire clan. Players can choose which vampire clan they belong to and that determines many things about them. For example, some vampires are bloodthirsty, aggressive, and powerful. Others are more passive, and their choices also influence their relationships with other vampires.
Unlike other games where you are just playing one race, in Minecraft vampire society is quite complicated. You can choose to be either a Night Elf or an Elf, for example, and your race will determine certain attributes including your fighting ability, speed, magical power, and others. Once you have been accepted into a vampire clan, your actions there will affect your ability to breed other vampires, which is how you get new friends.
As a vampire player in the game, you have a couple of objectives you must complete. First, you must feed on innocent victims (most of them unconscious, of course), then you must drain the life force from those same victims to restore yourself to a full health level. However, vampires that feed on their victims can’t do so while their breath is still flowing. As such, you need to either stop feeding or drain the victim while you’re not around to stop the stream of blood. Vampire attack can occur anywhere and at any time, and it can easily confuse your prey.
The second objective is to kill other vampires, though if you are playing as a night hunter, this isn’t too much of a problem because they won’t see you unless you make yourself look very scary. However, you cannot directly attack another player in this game, which makes some players become a little cautious when playing with a multiplayer online game. Fortunately, there is Vampirism Integrations that makes it possible for you to switch between your night character and your vampire form with ease. Just choose the “other player” option from the game menu, switch back to your vampire, and then play as your character. You’ll notice that you now have three different options in the game: vampire, human, and werewolf.
This integration is a welcome addition because it makes playing Vampire: The Masquerade more fun. While I wouldn’t say it’s the best mod out there (that would be the Days of vanilla Undead Vampires, but it is well-built upon that), it does add a nice, fresh element to the game. I also like how it modifies existing gameplay elements, changing things like sunlight/night and night noises. There are still many bugs and glitches present in the game, but these two additions really help take things to the next level. I hope you enjoyed my review! Until next time, happy playing!