V Rising: All Blood Types Explained

Find out what blood does what in V Rising!

by Shaun Cichacki


As you become the best vampire you can be in V Rising, you’ll need to make sure that you’re taking a little bit of time to care for yourself. You’ll need to have some TLC in your life, make sure that your head is covered, and drink some blood on occasion to make sure that you’re able to survive and fight to see another day. However, what kinds of blood will you be able to gorge yourself on in this survival game?

Well, that’s where we come into play. We’re going to go into the details about the types of blood that you can find in the world, as well as what they’ll do for you. So let’s get deeper into this, and sink our teeth into this fleshy guide.

I Vant To Suck Your Blood in V Rising


As you go out and explore, you’ll need to make sure you’re sinking your fangs into all different types of things, and thankfully, it’s easy enough to do. You’ll just need to press the Feed (F) Button to gorge on some new blood, and get yourself back on track. But, what kinds of blood can you drink in this game? Primarily, you’ll want to survive on Human Blood, as most vampires do, but you’ll also be able to snack along the way.

You’ll want to hover your mouse above your enemy, as you’ll be able to see the kind of blood that runs through their veins, as each different type of blood offers different bonuses to your character.

Frailed Blood

  • No bonuses, starting blood type, blood pool for healing wounds

Creature – Taken from Wildlife

  1. 3%-15% Movement Speed
  2. 10%-25% increased Sun Resistance Rating
  3. 10%-20% Damage Reduction
  4. 150% Increased Health Regeneration
  5. Boost all the above effects by 30%

Rogue – Obtained from Humans (Fast, Aggressive)

  1. 10%-20% chance of Critical Strike on Weapon Attacks
  2. 8%-15% Movement Speed Increase
  3. 12%-25% Reduced cooldown on Travel Skill. 100% Chance of Critical Strike on the next physical attack after using Travel Skill
  4. 50% chance of Critical Strike to expose victims armor, increasing damage taken from all sources by 15% for 4 seconds
  5. Boost all the above effects by 30%

Warrior – Obtained from Humans (Damage Buffs, Slower)

  1. 10%-20% increased Physical Power
  2. 8%-15% reduced cooldown on Weapon Skills
  3. 7.5% -15% reduced damage taken, and 25% increased damage when striking enemies at full health
  4. 15% chance to parry an attack, reducing damage taken by 50%. Parrying an attack also increases your damage by 25%
  5. Boost all the above effects by 30%

Brute – Obtained from Humans (Damage, Buffs, Survive)

  1. 7.5%-12.5% primary attack Life Leech
  2. 7.5%-15% increased Primary Attack Speed, gain 1 Gear Level
  3. Healing received increased by 20%-35%. Heal yourself by 4% when dealing a killing blow to enemies
  4. 6% chance per relative health recovered to boost movement speed by 20%, and damage of primary attacks by 25%
  5. Boost all the above effects by 30%

Scholar – Obtained from Humans (Magic, Spells)

  1. 12%-25% increased Spell Power
  2. 8%-15% reduced cooldown on Spells
  3. 5%-10% spell Life Leech
  4. 20% chance to reset spell cooldown on cast
  5. Boost all the above effects by 30%

Worker – Obtained from Humans (Gather More Materials)

  1. 10%-30% increase in Resources yielded
  2. 15%-25% increased damage against resource objects
  3. 10%-20% increase to Gallop Speed on mount
  4. 3% chance of instantly destroying a resource
  5. Boost all the above effects by 30%

And there we have it, all of the different blood types in V Rising, and what they can do for you in your game type! You’ll be able to pick and choose the way that you play, so make sure that you’re finding the right kind of blood for your playstyle!

V Rising is available now, in early access, on Microsoft Windows.

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