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Younger sister to Princess Cassandra, Myra of Troy was a pampered child and the favored of her parents Priam and Hecuba. This caused a difficult relationship to form between Myra and her older sister, one that culminated shortly after the fall of Troy and Cassie's escape from Ajax. Finding her younger sister as a hetaera in a Athenian brothel, Cassandra took great pleasure in turning Myra and leaving her without training or even the knowledge of what she had become.
Myra however, made due. Learning on the fly she mastered her newfound nature, including a seeming immunity to illusions (both magical and benign) and the ability to influence the minds of those around her. Preying on men who took advantage of the hetaera, Myra became somewhat of a legend among her kind.
Myra and Cassandra would not meet again until modern times, when Myra tracked the Oracle Sibyl to Cassandra. Freeing her sister from Sibyl's control, Myra was able to drive off the demonic Sibyl. As payment for saving Cassandra, Jonas Hunter brought Myra back to Enoch in order to protect her. Shortly thereafter Myra and Jonas became romantically involved for a short period of time, much to the disgust of Cassandra.
Powers and Abilities
- Vampire Physiology: Modern vampires are in fact humans who have been infected with the Vampire Virus. Contact with the virus restructures human physiology and results in vampires possessing several superhuman abilities.
- Immortality: So long they continue to consume blood, vampires will not age beyond the physical state he was in when they are first turned. Vampires who are pure-blood (born vampires) generally stop aging in their mid-to-late twenties.
- Physical Resilience: Vampires are resilient to most forms of injury (certain exceptions apply). Bullets, blades and blunt objects do little to their bodies.
- Regeneration: In addition to being virtually indestructible, whatever damage a vampire does in fact suffer can be healed through the consumption of human blood.
- Superhuman Strength: A vampire's base strength level is several times that of a normal human being and is considered superhuman.
- Superhuman Stamina: So long as they continue to consume human blood, vampires can function tirelessly without rest or relaxation.
- Thermal Vision: Vampires are able to extend their vision into the infrared spectrum, allowing them to perceive heat signatures visually in order to better hunt down their prey.
- Vampirism: In addition to the various mental and physical benefits that vampires are heir to, they also possesses the ability to turn others into vampires as well. Each new vampire is traditionally subservient to the one who "turned" them, but some strong-willed vampires have been known to rebel against their masters.
- Nosferatu Bloodline: All Nosferatu vampires have the ability to dominate those around them, allowing them to break the will of those who meet their gaze.