|Average Height||Roughly 5–6 feet|
The vampires of the Dragon Ball series are all very similar to their real life counterparts in terms of their abilities to turn into bats, their blood diet and their weaknesses to garlic and religious related things. Unlike how vampires are usually shown in media, the ones in Dragon Ball appear to have no weakness to the sunlight. Three confirmed vampires are seen in the series: Trampire, briefly seen at Penguin Village in Dragon Ball, Fortuneteller Baba's minion Fangs the Vampire (a kickboxing vampire), and Count Drac seen in the movie Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn. It is likely that Count Drac was a nod to the famous monster Dracula.
The Black Water Mist used by Garlic Jr. in the Garlic Jr. Saga turns everyone who breathes it into vampire-like creatures. Anyone bitten by one infected by the mist becomes exactly like them and worships Garlic Jr. and the Spice Boys. Chi-Chi, Bulma, Yamcha, Master Roshi, Oolong, and Puar were all infected by the Black Water Mist and attacked Gohan, Krillin, and Maron. Piccolo was bitten by them, and pretended to be infected.
A number of unnamed characters in the series bear some resemblance to Fangs and the other vampire, but it is unknown if they are vampires. These unnamed characters are: a member of the Toad Warriors, a member of the Battle Ball Team, and a few others. Lucifer from the movie Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle looks very similar to a vampire but, according to the Daizenshuus, he is a Makaioshin (a Demon King; due to the fact that he needs to stay out of the sun to stay alive, while Fangs and Count Drac do not, it seems unlikely that he is vampire).
Video game appearancesEdit
The basic enemies Bloodsucker, Vampire, and Red Vampire in Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans are vampires modeled after Fangs.