Do Vampires Age And Can They Give Birth To Babies?

All common vampires remain immortal and ageless. All except for the offspring of royal first generation vampires. The only generation that can give birth to vampire babies who naturally age to mature adulthood. These unique Vampire pregnancies last 666 months or 55.5 years. The length is so long because the living dead vampire body is ill-equipped to handle bearing forth life even if it is living dead in nature. In addition, immortal children, in general, tend to age extremely slow unless they are the direct offspring of a powerful higher dimensional entity such as the Devil. Satan’s Son, The Anti-Christ, is known to be aging rather rapidly after his 2015 birth.

Birthed First Generation Vampires Are The Only Ones To Age

Once born, a vampire baby will age 10 human years for every 100 years on Earth. The vampire offspring will stop aging at the human equivalent of about 33 years old which would be 330 years old for them. So vampire children end up having some of the longest childhoods on Earth. Which is a good thing for both vampire parents and their children. There’s plenty of time to train the blood-sucking child in the ways of the supernatural world. Especially how to avoid the dangers of Vampire Slayers. Interestingly enough, a vampire can only give birth once in her immortal lifetime so she’d naturally want to relish her one and only Motherhood. Thankfully, it’s quite common for royal vampires to give birth to twins. Usually a boy and a girl.

What Happens To The Parents Of First Generation Vampires?

What Happens To The Mortal Human Parents Of The First Royal Vampires?
Vampire RoyaltyThe first vampires came from a demon completely possessing a human to the DNA level, and then mating with another human.  This first generation of royal vampires are the only vampires to be born, and who can give birth to a limited number of offspring.  Otherwise the rest of the vampires on Earth are simply transformed humans drained of their blood to the point of near death when vampire blood was introduced into their bodies.  Blood containing the demonic based vampire virus that permanently transmutes their DNA into an immortal living dead form.  A frightening form that subsists off supernatural sanguine blood energy!

So this first generation of vampires born from humans, or even Neanderthals in many cases, have immortal lives that never end.  What becomes of their mortal parents?  Whether the mortal male parent was the one being possessed or simply the human DNA donor, the end result is almost always death!  If he was the possessed one then he dies not long after the non-corporeal demon leaves his body. Such a complete biological possession greatly degrades a biological body, and the demon eventually has no choice but to leave the unlucky human host.  Once the dark life force leaves it’s a matter of hours before the human dies. The only exceptions are prolific demonic worshipers who asked for the honor of possession, and who are deep into dark protective magics.  If he wasn’t the possessed party then he can stick around to raise his vampire spawn until it’s time for his mortal death.  In special cases the Dad could prove his usefulness over time, and possibly score a unique Dark Immortal status. However if the Father isn’t down with it then he’s generally offed by the demon possessed Mother since he served his only true purpose for her!

The female mother on the other hand gets a far better deal since she’s the one actually giving birth to a supernatural being.  Whether she’s the possessed party or not, the conception of a vampire child grants her immortality status along with enhanced physical, and mental abilities.  If not the demonically possessed one then she does not become a vampire, and is considered a rare Dark Immortal.  However during the pregnancy she will display temporary vampire traits such as glowing eyes, fangs, and cravings for blood.  As a Dark Immortal she will no longer have the ability to give birth ever again for all eternity.  She will be revered as an almost living God by vampires since her blood will supply the best healing sustenance to the living dead.

If the female is the one possessed by the demon then the combination of the dark DNA possession transformation combined with the immortal alterations of the unholy pregnancy grants her permanent eternal Demi-Demon status.  Although be it weaker than a true Demi-Demon birthed by a demon taking their own pure biological form, and mating with a human.  The vampire child growing within them stabilizes their new immortally transformed DNA, and heals any damage their bodies may have suffered from the paranormal possession.  As a Demidemon they will now not only permanently crave human blood but also the entirety of their flesh!  The demon who possessed them generally leaves as they have no urge to experience pregnancy, and childbirth.  Although if they’re a black sheep in Hell they might just adopt the Demi-Demon as their new permanent body.  In such cases the females consciousness is extinguished, and her essence dies.  In rare cases a split personality may exist if the Demon plans to leave the body every so often.  As with the Dark Immortal, Demidemons can’t have kids.

Unfortunately the vampire children of former demon possessed fathers will almost always grow up fatherless.  The Fathers are chosen based on the special DNA make-up that demons can sense within them. What that is nobody knows but it means most of the time the father is an unwitting victim of evil!  We’re not really sure what psychological implications the absence of a father could have considering that all this dark demonic energy naturally spawns evil intent.  In addition what could a human Father offer a powerful First Generation Vampire child?  Generally a demonic Godfather is appointed by the Demon who possessed the human to begin with.  A dark guide for the vampire child’s journey into eternal adulthood, and royal responsibilities.