- Vambie Physiology
- Vampire-Zombie Physiology
- Zombie-Vampire Physiology
The user is a zompire, a bizarre creature combining the traits of vampires and zombies.
They may have originally been vampires that fell prey to a zombifying virus or a mutating curse, or zombie infectees that were vampirized before the process was complete, probably as a desperate attempt to survive the infection.
The last (and worst) possibility would be an engineered hybrid virus combining traits of zombies and vampires, a terrible bioweapon of mass destruction, as zompires are much more powerful and intelligent than zombies, while sharing their ferocious voracity and exponential numbers.
- Daytime Walking
- Hybrid Physiology
- Supernatural Condition
- Vampire Physiology
- Zombie Physiology
- Dhampir Physiology
- Hybrid Vitality
- Lich Physiology
- Mystic Vampire Physiology
- Superior Vampire Physiology
- Superior Zombie Physiology
- Transcendent Hybrid Physiology
- Transcendent Werepire Physiology
- True Vampire Physiology
- Vaewolf Physiology
- Vampire Lord Physiology
- Werepire Lord Physiology
- Werepire Physiology
- Zombie Lord Physiology
- Supernatural hunters are capable of defeating Zompires.
- Acidic Blood, Poisonous Blood, and perhaps Vampiric Toxicity can be counteractive abilities against them.
- Like Vampires, they may need some form of life-forces, otherwise they may cease to function completely, age rapidly, or suffer starvation.
- Destroying the brain, decapitation, and a wooden stake to the heart may kill a Zompire.
- Conversion Negation can cure Zompires.
- May still be idiotic and/or mindless.
- Zompires (Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 8)
- Alpha Infected (I am Legend)
- Darkseekers/The Infected (I am Legend)
- Zompires (Kickin It)
- Melchiah (Legacy of Kain)
- Melchiahim Vampires (Legacy of Kain)
- Zombie Morbius (Marvel Comics)
- Rory (My Babysitter's a Vampire); temporarily
- Augers (Night Trap)
- Vampire Zombies (Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare)
- Zompires (Vampire Rain)