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The Vampire Cheerleaders

  • All Women Are Lustful
  • Badass Crew: Proven to a degree in Volume 3.
  • Cute Monster Girl: What each one of them is, given their ages when made vampires.
  • The Vamps
  • Villain Protagonist: They are considerably less evil than others of their kind... but still Chaotic Neutral at best. Apart from anything else they're far too comfortable with brainwashing innocents for any other label.
    • Nominal Hero: Have graduated to this since Volume 3, mostly due to their willingness to cooperate with PETM in exchange for a degree of protection and tolerance. Still doesn't mean they aren't shy of using their vampiric powers for their own gain (Suki especially), they just don't have any real reason to use them for malice anymore and mutually benefit from openly declaring their Cute Monster Girl status.

Heather Hartley

  • Angst? What Angst?: Upon awakening after being fed on, she takes the news that shes now an undead rather well.
  • Corrupt the Cutie: Mostly all of volume one as she discovers more of her powers. Vol 2 sees her rein it in a bit, probably out out penance for costing her school the big game.
  • Easily Forgiven: She feeds on her school football team, making them too weak to play in the big game. Heather quickly comes up with a plan to drain the opposing team so they're on equal ground. Once the deed is done, Lori forgives her.
  • Pet the Dog: convinced Lori to surrender peacefully to PETM to avoid any further bloodshed.
  • Transhuman Treachery: Seems to ping pong this in the story, on one hand she can be as bad as her squad, using her powers to make people do what she want without a hint of remorse and not at all above using sexual preferences if it comes down to it. On the other, she does show concern for Leonard, him being a childhood friend, when the others abuse him for their chores. Even compliments him during the cheerleading competition when he was dolled up and used as a substitute for the missing Lori. In short, some of her humanity is there, she's just not afraid to use her vampire side either.

Lori Thurston

Zoe Weller

Suki Taft

  • Asian Airhead
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: With Zoe.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: She's usually more amusing then terrifying, despite being a vampire. then we see her in Volume 4 in a psychotic blood rage.......
  • Cargo Ship: With "Kitty-chan", her vibrator.
  • Cloudcuckoolander
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette
  • Genki Girl: Pretty hyper most of the time.
  • Jerkass: Very quick to mouth off and start a fight.
    • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: On the other hand, she does have moments of showing empathy, even for total strangers, with no strings attached.
  • My Own Grampa: As we learn in Volume 4, she would have never become a vampire had she not traveled to the past and made Lori a vampire first.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: You know it's serious when she is completely terrified of whatever situation she's in.
  • Too Dumb to Live: In Vol 2 when the snooty rivals manage to outwit the squad in retaliation for taking their training time, she suggest biting and turning them. Zoe has to remind her that would unleash a squad of unrestrained vampires loose in the building, exposing themselves in the process.
  • The Hedonist: While all the VC members are driven by their baser passions to some degree, she's the one almost always driven by her impulses the most, which revolve around porn, blood, or whatever harebrained idea crosses her mind at the time, doing all the above with no other higher motive than simple pleasure.

Lesly Chandra

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Leonard Duvall

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  • Butt Monkey: He seems to qualify for this in most of Vol 2 since he has gone from a Wanna be Vampire Hunter to a thrall.
  • Crazy Prepared: Up till Plan BC, he was actully doing pretty good against the girls. Even having drank some holy water in the likely event they tried to bite him.
  • Dragged Into Drag: As the deadline for the competition nears and Lori still missing, Heather does to him as a replacement for the cheerleading routine.
  • Hero Antagonist: He shows signs of this.
    • Or at least he did right up until the girls pulled out Plan BC and screwed him silly. He's cool with keeping their secret now. Or was until the PMS undid Plan BC.
  • Took a Level in Badass: He was pretty clearly your factory standard geek, starting out. However the minute he realizes his best friend/prospective love interest has been turned into a vampire (which he actually realized was happening before she was turned), he immediately levels up to Crazy Prepared Badass Longcoat Vampire Hunter.
    • Badass Decay: It doesn't last long however once the girls pull Plan BC on him. Next arc, he's practically their slave. Eventually reversed towards the end of Volume 3, thanks to the PMS de-glamouring him, and he further regains his badass credentials in Volume 4
  • The Renfield: See above.
  • Vampires are Sex Goddesses: He probably thinks so at this point.
    • Still does, even after regaining his own will in Volume 3, but is more aware of the tradeoff.

Bianca Harrow

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Cressida Harrow

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Vibius Priscus

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The Paranormal Mystery Squad

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Stephanie Kane

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  • Badass: She fought with Lori in Volume 3 and was able to match Lori to the point they were at a standstill and had severely injured each other. Keep in mind Steph was little more than a very resourceful human At the time, and Lori is a fullblooded vampire with all the strength that would imply.
  • Goth
  • Jerkass: She is always so quick to point out someones flaws.
    • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Very rarely comes up. But she does try to keep innocents out of the crossfire and looks out for her teammates if nothing else.
  • Mercy Kill: How She views slaying monsters that were born human. She initially plans to do this with her sister, but is talked down by JC and Charlotte.
  • She Who Fights Monsters: Her hatred of cryptids has some unfortunate levels.
    • Gets worn down as the series progresses. When Katie becomes a werewolf, she learns to accept that, and by the end of Volume 3 and the start of Volume 4 she's mostly decided to live and let live with the VC squad. It all but disappears when she becomes the queen of a bunch of moth cryptids and becomes a cryptid herself.
  • Van Helsing Hate Crime: She who believes all cryptids are evil roughly stemming what happened to her parents. Things gets complicated when her sister is turned into a werewolf and the newest member of their team is revealed to be a Dhampyr.
    • And in Volume 4 she becomes one herself, which utterly demolishes her prejudices.
  • You Gotta Have Purple Hair

Katie Kane

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Charlotte Roth

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J.C. Summerfeild

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Babs

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Lita/Lilita

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PETM

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Marcy O'Keeffe

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  • Lawful Stupid: Is more concerned about an "innocent cryptid" than the thousands of people said cryptid's actions are going to put at risk.
  • Obstructive Bureaucrat: With some overlap of Too Dumb to Live - seeing as she contacted offices in Washington to confirm that K'AAN'NGUA is protected by the Endangered Species Act of 1973. Effectively making it impossible for the military to do anything to stop it. You know, despite the fact that it will probably kill everyone.
  • Invisible to Gaydar: Is a lesbian, as confirmed by J.C.

Mr. Lomax

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Cryptids

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Deer Woman

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Mr. Campbell

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Theodore Campbell

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Unknown Insect Cryptid

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General Briggs

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  • Four-Star Badass: Apparently ready to lead an attack on K'aan'ngua from the front lines. His moment of glory gets stolen by O'Keefe when she gets the President to order him to retreat. He gets even by having the PMS team cleared of their community service much to O'Keefe's chagrin.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He is put in charge the incident in Volume 2 comes off sympathetic to the PMS crew, and most definately does not like O'Keefe's presence and interfeerence.
  • The Brigadier: Fits to a tee.

Cassy

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