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Vampires have been part of our collective for hundreds of years, at least in one way or another.
And considering just how popular they are nowadays (thanks Twilight) it’s no surprise they also found their way into The Sims 4.
The Vampire Game Pack was released way back in 2017 which added vampirism, vampire powers, and a new residential world called Forgotten Hollow where these creatures of the dark prefer to live their “lives”.
It was a massive content update with new aspirations, traits, and a lot of CAS additions. And yet, people still don’t have enough.
New vampire CC is still some of the most requested by players. And modders work tirelessly to deliver.
If you’re one of those people that just can’t get enough of the mysterious bloodsucking creatures, well then this gallery is for you.
17. Vampire Sun Immunity
Do you know what sets vampires from Sims 4 and Twilight apart?
TS4 vampires wither and die within seconds of being under the sun, while those in Twilight just… sparkle.
Well this mod by creator RevyRei won’t make your vampires sparkle.
But it will make them immune to the sun’s UV rays.
Now your trendy Millenial nosferatu can freely enjoy the beach, picnics in the park, and going to Coachella with the squad without worrying about the Reaper visiting them.
16. Vampires – Free Perks
Another somewhat cheaty but useful addition to your Sims 4 mod library is this freebie by modder Baibaihe.
As you probably got from the name, this simply makes all vampire perks free so you won’t need to spend any points to become the best vampire that ever was.
It’s ideal both for outright cheating, or just softening the difficulties of vampirism by getting stuff like Tamed Thirst so you don’t need to kill.
Alternatively there’s a toned-down version that only makes the perks cheaper, to streamline your vampire’s progression without outright removing it. So it’s not totally game-breaking that way.
15. Vampires – No Weakness
And why stop at making perks free? Why not also remove any downsides to vampirism?
Both of these mods are just meant to let you play around freely without worries or limitations.
After all, didn’t your Sim become an immortal being to have fun?
Or you can also choose to make a Sim with every single weakness, a wretched being full of hatred and frustration! Why?
I don’t really know.
But what matters is that you can.
14. Slower Thirst Decay
Have you ever felt like your vampires are a bit on the greedy side?
Just a couple of neck sips a week should be enough to keep them going… and yet, they seem to want to drink the whole neighborhood.
With this small tweak by modder Baibaihe your vampire’s thirst motive will decay half as fast. So you don’t have to worry about having to risk your life hunting in the middle of the day.
I mean sure, you could make some plasma packs. But who wants to hunt that many frogs?
13. Turn Into Vampire Always Succeeds
Another minor inconvenience that vampire Sims may run into from time to time is wanting to turn someone into a vampire and failing in the process.
Especially during the day.
Thanks to this simple tweak by modder Couch, trying to turn another Sim into a denizen of the night will never fail. This actually lets you turn everyone in your town into your blood-bound slave, if you desire.
12. Plasma Pack from Plasma Fruit
One of the few ways for a vampire to avoid having to feed off another Sim is to make Plasma Packs by processing frogs or fish into bootleg blood bags.
But isn’t that a bit unfair towards them?
Prolific creator LittleMsSam certainly thinks so.
Which is why she made this simple mod that lets you take Plasma Fruit and turn it into Plasma Packs rather than eat it directly.
They’re 50% better at quenching your thirst, surpassing even homemade Plasma Packs made out of the previously mentioned critters.
This is ideal for Sims with the Good Vampire aspiration.
11. Vampires: Stop Pestering Me!
One of the first things you’ll notice after installing the Vampires Game Pack and meeting some bloodsuckers is that they’re very insistent on trying to consume you at inconvenient times.
They’ll make creepy calls, invite you to sketchy places, and even break into your home to try and suck you dry every other day.
Long story short, they can be unbearable for the average sim.
Now thanks to this mod by Vwaryloth you can rest easy knowing vampires can’t invade your home. They’ll also stop being creepy towards you, and Vlad will simply leave you alone.
10. Harvestable Heart Tree
I love trees that grow things that aren’t fruit.
The trees that grow money in Animal Crossing: New Horizons are a prime example. And now, so are Vampire Heart Trees in TS4.
This mod by IceMunMun was meant to serve as a sort of Valentine’s Day celebration for vampires, introducing edible Vampire Hearts that fill their thirst.
And it can even be used to cook vampire food given the recipe uses fruits.
These hearts grow from a very special tree that you can plant and nurture yourself, and it may grow different kinds of heart fruit that not only glows different colors, but will give you moodlets like Flirty or Happy.
It just adds to the fun, really.
9. Airianna’s Vampire Tweaks
There are a couple things about vampire gameplay that simply make no sense.
Things like always being out of vampire energy, and the fact that several traits related to hunger or energy do not affect them.
Thanks to these Vampire Tweaks by modder Airianna, Vampires will now use Dark Meditation to replenish their Vampire Energy whenever they’re idle.
And some traits like Hardly Hungry and Never Weary have been modified to affect Thirst and Vampire Energy in the same way they do normal sims.
They’re small changes, I’ll admit.
But after a few hours with this mod you won’t be able to go back.
8. Vampire Powers
Instead of simply installing a mod that cheats your way out of avoiding the sun or having to drink human blood, consider this immersive alternative by modder LittleMsSam.
The way this mod works is adding a couple of extra powers your vampires can spend their vampire energy on, including enabling their mirror reflection, stopping uncontrollable hissing, and becoming immune to sunlight.
These effects are temporary and will fade away after seven in-game days. So they’re perfect for those times when you just wish your sim could attend a specific daylight event.
7. KM Vampire Eyes
If you’re just looking for a bit more variety in your vampire Sims’ looks, KM Vampire Eyes is something you can’t pass up.
This mod by creator KittyMeow adds 10 new eye colors and some variations, available for all sims if you’d like, but intended to be used on vampires.
Among the most unique are a couple that turn the sclera (the white of the eye) completely black, which creates a great contrast with bright iris colors.
6. Vampirify – Vampire Creation Spell
In a world where vampires are real, learning the most you can about them is a matter of life and death.
And this is something that anyone well-versed in the magical arts should be keenly aware of.
With this mod by R3M, studying so much vampire lore will eventually give spellcasters the Vampirify spell. Which not only turns anyone into a vampire, but makes whoever cast the spell into their master.
All of this despite not being bloodsuckers themselves. Dark, yeah?
As a bonus they’ll also gain a spell to reverse vampirism and turn denizens of the night back into normal humans, which is an invaluable skill for anyone living close to a vampire den.
5. Vampires Can Kill
Despite being named “Vampires Can Kill”, this mod by Zer0 is actually a collection of vampire-related tweaks that go beyond whether drinking blood can end a life.
Its primary feature is, of course, adding the possibility to kill other sims by over-drinking. Whether on purpose or by accident.
For some of you I know it’s no accident. Remember all those years of removing the ladder out of the swimming pool?
But by far the most interesting addition from this mod is turning all sims into cattle through the Manipulate Life Spirit interaction, binding them to the vampire in a sort of symbiotic relationship.
Cattle Sims are only happy when they’re serving their master. But will slowly wither away and die as the vampire sucks them dry, bringing their story to a tragic end. How fun, yet tragic. Yet fun!
4. Immersive Vampires
Another amazing mod by vampire-lover and modder Zer0 is Immersive Vampires.
This makes living as a vampire sim not only more realistic, but overall more engaging.
It fleshes-out vampire gameplay by giving you the possibility to confess your vampirisim to other Sims, either to scare them or because they’re your friends and you just want them to know.
However not all Sims will react the same. And they all have their own opinions on vampirekind based on their traits and past experiences.
You can try to convince them vampires aren’t that bad, but you won’t always succeed. And some might even become vampire hunters and make it their life’s mission to unmask you and your kind.
3. Event: Vampire Initiation Ritual
Willingly becoming a vampire is something that does not always get treated with severity.
You’re becoming an immortal. That’s got to be at least as important as a wedding!
Polish creator IlkaVelle took it upon herself to make an event out of it, complete with a Senior Vampire host and both vampire and human guests.
If you manage to pull off a good turning party you’ll get a sizable starter pack including Plasma Packs, Plasma Fruits, the Ultimate Vampire Tome and even a Coffin so you can sleep in peace. How sweet.
2. Darkside Vampire Career
Rumors have been circulating all around town about the Darkside Club.
This is a new nightclub with a secret… it’s actually a hub for vampire operations and entertainment.
This mod by TiaraM opens the doors to three different career paths, all beginning at the Darkside.
Whether you want to become the vampires’ plaything, turn into a denizen of the night yourself, or devote your life to hunt them – it’s up to you.
Personally, I think becoming a premium escort for vampires and getting paid to let them suck my blood sounds like a dream job. Better than McDonald’s, at least.
1. Bloodborne Aspiration
Based on Vampires “Don’t Sleep Alone: Your Guide to Meeting, Dating, and Seducing a Vampire” by Elizabeth Barrial, this mod by creator Sresla introduces a new aspiration for vampire sims bent on discovering the truth about their ancestry.
And it’s a doozy.
You’ll go through several stages, learning about vampires and completing tasks that little by little reveal the truth about your Vampiric Caste.
If you’re looking for something to give your adventures a bit of narrative structure, the Bloodborne aspiration might be your ticket to hours of fun.