- In every combat round it will damage your opponent and restore HP to you. The damage range is between (1 * L) to (2 * L), where L is the Vampieroghi's level. The same amount of HP is restored.
- Starting at level 5 it will dispel negative effects after fights.
- At level 10, it increases your maximum HP by 60.
- Every round:
- <name> bites your opponent and drains out X points worth of he blood. Then he waggles his fingers at you mystically and says "Blah! Blah!" and for some reason you feel healthier.
- <name> drains X points worth of blood out of your opponent, and passes the savings on to you.
- <name> drinks X points worth of your opponent's blood, converts it to magical energy, then gives you some of that magical energy, which your body converts back into blood. Seems kind of a roundabout way of doing it, but it works.
- <name> jabs your opponent with his fangs, and sucks out X points worth of their blood. Somehow, this results in more health for you? I don't know how that works.
- <name>, just for a change, heals a bunch of your hit points first, and then sucks X points worth of blood out of your opponent.
- <name> sinks his fangs into your opponent, draining X points worth of blood. You feel a wave of resonant health energy pass from him to you.
- <name> sucks out a bunch of your opponent's blood, where a 'bunch' is roughly X points worth. Then he restores your hit points! Presumably these two events are related somehow.
- <name> sucks out X points worth of your opponent's blood, and gives some of it to you. Ever see a mama bird feed her chicks?
|You gain X hit points.|
- Level 5, at end of combat:
- <name> sulks. Y'know, compared to what he must be going through, things aren't really so bad for you.
|You lose an effect: ... something|
Among the negative effects this thrall removes is the "Cursed" debuff in the Hidden apartment building. Since three levels of this effect is needed to complete this area, Pastamancers should not have this thrall bound when doing this portion of The Hidden City quest.
Vampieroghi names are fairly simple, consisting merely of a man's first name. Some examples are "Ben", "Dave", "Hank", and "Jim".
- The name of this guardian refers to the dish Pierogi, a type of boiled dumpling typical in Eastern Europe cuisine.
- The Vampieroghi was significantly changed in the 2013 Pastamancer Revamp. It used to be a Pasta Guardian. The old wiki page is archived at Vampieroghi/Old.