- "I’m supposed to drink WHAT?!"
The vampire has unprinted black legs. His torso is black, and printed with a black jacket, a dark red vest and bow tie, a white waistcoat, and a gold pendant. His arms are black, and he has white hands. He wears a tattered and edged black cape. His face is white, and he has a mouth with white teeth in it. His eyes are red with white dots in them, and are surrounded by circles of grey. He has large black eyebrows with a small crease between them. He has slicked back black hair. He comes with a black bat as his accessory.
The Vampire appears in the video game LEGO Universe as a Paradox vendor named Rutger Hemoglobin. Oddly enough, Rutger claims to be "not bad for over 300", although the Vampire's bio says he is only 200.
The LEGO Movie
The Vampire in The LEGO Movie is called "nice vampire" by Vitruvius, referencing to how he is meant to be a nice Vampire in the Minifigures tie-in media. He is one of the Master Builders that goes to Cloud Cuckoo Land to attend the assembly of the Master Builders until it is attacked and he is captured along with the rest of the Master Builders. The Vampire is put in a think tank until being freed when Emmet jumped out of the Octan Tower with the battery that was going to be used to kill all of the Master Builders upon its self-destructing.
In The LEGO Movie Video Game, the Vampire (who is referred to as Lord Vampyre) is stated to be an evil ruler from the unseen "monster realm" that comes to fight Lord Business' forces. He can throw bats in the game.
The LEGO Batman Movie
The Vampire appears in The LEGO Batman Movie as one of the inmates of the Phantom Zone alongside the Swamp Creature and Mummy. He speaks in a Romanian accent in the film, similar to the iconic Dracula actor Bela Lugosi, as he tells The Joker that they are listening to his proposition.
The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Vampire makes a cameo appearance in the sequel as a resident of Apocalypseburg, and is seen when Emmet leaves Batman's hideout to go save his abducted friends by General Sweet Mayhem.
Video Game Appearances
- 55000 LEGO Universe
- LEGO City Undercover
- The LEGO Movie Video Game (wrongly named as "Lord Vampyre")
- LEGO Quest & Collect
- LEGO Worlds
- The Vampire is very similar to Lord Vampyre from Monster Fighters, leading some sources (such as The LEGO Movie Video Game) to treat both characters as the same, typically using the Vampire's appearance and Lord Vampyre's name. Despite this, it should be noted that the Vampire is typically considered friendly while Lord Vampyre is a villain.