If a Vampire is bitten by a Werewolf it will not be stricken with the Lycanthrope Virus. Nor is there such a thing as fatal Werewolf Venom as seen in some Parallel Universes. The vampire will not transform into a werewolf on the next full Moon. Vampires are living dead creatures like werewolves. Generally, those in the living dead category cannot become another species of that kind. Specifically, in this case, the vampire virus intertwined in the DNA is more powerful than the Lycanthrope Virus introduced by the wolf. Once a werewolf bites into a vampire it is immediately alarmed by the foreign taste and even the common demonic elements. The ingesting of vampire blood weakens a werewolf along with causing hallucinations and other erratic symptoms. They will usually run away from the vampire as it feels its power slipping away. This effect lasts for up to 48 hours.
What Happens If A Vampire Bites A Werewolf?
If a vampire bites into a fully transformed werewolf then it becomes more aggressive and oddly enough develops an aversion to the moonlight. Within hours the vampire is back to normal. Realistically vampires are disgusted by werewolves and hate the taste of their blood. Although, it’s possible they’d bite into one or more in the heat of battle. Unlike werewolves, it takes more than just a bite to turn someone into a vampire. The vampire must drain someone’s blood to the brink of death and then introduce their own vampire virus-laden blood into their body. Hypothetically if a vampire went through the process of turning a werewolf into a blasphemous bloodsucker it would merely result in a dead wolf rather than the fabled Hybrid. Still, it is written in ancient scrolls that there is a mystical ritual to create a Vampire-Werewolf Hybrid.