A Dracula is also known as a creature of the night.

Before the Dracula Holes, an unnamed natural philosopher wrote, "Dracula is just for Myth, histories. Even in future, the is nothing called such as dracula when it comes." Said philosopher did not live to eat their words. Although the Dracula Holes ung-urthed a considerable vein of Draculas, it seems that their natural habitat is a dilapidated castle.

The sternomastoid of a Dracula is very frail and a culinary delicacy praised for its rich, buttery taste. A Dracula's neck is easily severed, so it is a common food around Dracula Holes. Transylvania's cuisine is largely focused on the Dracula neck being its staple food, this being lavished with garlic and hearts (warning: it is not known where the hearts are harvested from). Draculas are still very dangerous creatures and are impossible to domesticate. While Transylvania sports one of the world's finest culinary cultures, it is also one of the most underdeveloped places on G-Urth because everyone is usually dead.

Beyond culinary value, Draculas are seen as a undesirable pest, for they are prone to kidnapping villagers, especially those related to the Beaumont family.

Draculas have glands, known colloquially as pity pits, located on top of the serratus anterior. These glands can suck in air and vibrate rapidly to create fire from a Dracula's sweat. The glands then eject fire through an organic mechanism that resembles a gun trigger and barrel. This makes Draculas incredibly dangerous to sit next to. It is likely fatal to be next to one when it is stretching its arms and yawning.

Draculas have luxuriously astringent voices. It has been suggested that they would make superb voice actors for anime, were it possible to civilize and aestheticize them.

A Dracula's weaknesses include: whips, swords, spears, fists, pies, rods, daggers, boomerangs, holy water, axes, feet, Bibles, garlic, stakes, bombs, sunlight, and protagonists ignoring its castle.