1. Whelp: A young offspring. A child; a youth. An impudent young fellow.
2. Leech: Any bloodsucking or carnivorous aquatic or terrestrial worm of the class Hirudinea,
certain freshwater species of which were formerly much used in medicine for bloodletting.
3. Parasite: An organism that lives on or in an organism of another species, known as the host,
from the body of which it obtains nutriment.
4. Scrounger: A habitual borrower; sponger.
5. Follower: A person or thing that follows. An attendant, servant, or retainer.
6. Sycophant: A servile self-seeker who attempts to win favor by flattering influential people.
7. Mosquito: Any of various two-winged insects of the family Culicidae,
in which the female of most species is distinguished by a long proboscis for sucking blood.
8. Fomenter: To instigate or foster (discord, rebellion, etc.); promote the growth or
development of: to foment trouble; to foment discontent.
9. Malcontent: Not satisfied or content with currently prevailing conditions or circumstances.
10. Shadow: A mirrored image or reflection. A phantom; a ghost. One, such as a detective or spy, that follows or trails another.
11. Curmudgeon: A bad-tempered, difficult, cantankerous person.
12. Needler: One who goads, provokes, or teases.
13. Vexer: One who irritates, annoys, or torments.
14. Marplot: An officious meddler whose interference compromises the success of an undertaking.
15. Harasser: One who troubles by repeated attacks, incursions, etc., as in war or hostilities;
one who harries; one who raids.
16. Irritater: One who excites another to impatience or anger.
17. Caitiff: A despicable coward; a wretched or miserable person.
18. Heretic: A professed believer who maintains religious opinions contrary to those accepted by
his or her church or rejects doctrines prescribed by that church.
19. Nihilist: One who believes in total and absolute destructiveness, esp. toward the world at large and including oneself.
20. Exasperater: One who irritates or provokes to a high degree; to annoy extremely.
21. Ghoul: One who delights in the revolting, morbid, or loathsome. A grave robber. An evil spirit or demon
believed to plunder graves and feed on corpses.
22. Grave Robber: A person who steals valuables from graves and tombs. A person who steals
corpses after burial, especially for medical dissection.
23. Dastard: A mean, sneaking coward.
24. Spook: A ghost; a specter; someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric.
25. Vampling: An infant vampire.
26. Scamp: An unscrupulous and often mischievous person; rascal; rogue; scalawag.
27. Bestial Spirit: A non-corporeal entity that is without reason or intelligence; brutal; inhuman.
28. Phantom: Something apparently seen, heard, or sensed, but having no physical reality; a ghost or an apparition.
29. Ferine: One who has reverted to a wild, uncivilized state. Having the characteristics of animals.
30. Cannibal: A person who eats human flesh, especially for magical or religious purposes, as among certain tribal peoples.
31. Ethereal Being: One who is light, airy, or tenuous.
32. Shade: A disembodied spirit; a ghost.
33. Quadruped: An animal, especially a mammal having four feet.
34. Monstrosity: A monster or something monstrous.
35. Fiend: An evil spirit; a demon. A diabolically evil or wicked entity.
36. Apparition: A supernatural appearance of a person or thing, especially a ghost, a specter, or a phantom.
37. Antagonist: A person who is opposed to, struggles against, or competes with another.
38. Eidolon: A phantom or apparition.
39. Unclean Spirit: Ceremonially impure; needing ritual cleansing. Not clean; foul; dirty; filthy.
40. Haunt: One who reappears continually as a spirit or ghost.
41. Revenant: A person who returns as a spirit after death; a ghost.
42. Evildoer: A person who does evil or wrong.
43. Specter: A ghostly apparition; a phantom. A haunting or disturbing image.
44. Bête Noire: A person or thing especially disliked or dreaded; a bane; a bugbear.
45. Lusus Naturae: A deformed person or thing; a freak.
46. Wraith: An apparition of a living person that appears as a portent just before that person's death. The ghost of a dead person.
47. Interloper: One who thrusts oneself into the affairs of others.
48. Phantasm: An apparition or specter.
49. Malignant Spirit: A non-corporeal entity that is predisposed to causing harm, suffering, or distress.
Also feeling or showing ill will or hatred.
50. Bloodsucker: Carnivorous or bloodsucking aquatic or terrestrial worms typically having a sucker at
each end. One who sheds blood; a cruel, bloodthirsty entity; one guilty of bloodshed; a murderer.
51. Obtruder: One who imposes (oneself or one's ideas) on others with undue insistence or without invitation.
52. Serpent: A snake; a wily, treacherous, malicious person.
53. Disciple: A person who is a pupil or an adherent of the doctrines of another.
54. Transgressor: One who violates laws, commands, or moral code. One who sins.
55. Pain Giver: One who deals out pain to others.
56. Carnal Creature: A flesh-devouring, cruel, ravenous, bloody creature.
57. Archfiend: A chief fiend.
58. Termagant: One who is violent, turbulent, brawling, and shrewish.
59. Dastardly Being: One who is mean, sneaky, and malicious.
60. Evil Spirit: A non-corporeal entity set upon doing evil.
61. Savage: Not domesticated or cultivated; wild: savage beasts of the jungle. Not civilized; barbaric.
62. Apostate: One who has abandoned one's religious faith, one's principles, or a cause.
63. Unregenerate: One who refused to believe in the existence of God. One who is not reformed,
wicked, sinful, profligate, or dissolute.
64. Shaitan: An evil spirit; a fiend.
65. Behemoth: Any creature or thing of monstrous size or power.
66. Ophidian: One who belongs or pertains to the suborder Ophidia (Serpentes), comprising of snakes.
67. Malefactor: One who violates the law; a criminal.
68. Blood Drinker: One who drinks blood.
69. Doppelganger: A ghostly double or counterpart of another living person.
70. Hellhound: A watchdog of Hell; a fiendish person.
71. Changeling: An entity that can transform its shape into any physical form.
72. Banshee: A spirit in the form of a wailing woman who appears to or is heard by members
of a family as a sign that one of them is about to die.
73. Hellion: A disorderly, troublesome, rowdy, or mischievous person.
74. Evil One: One who is set on doing evil.
75. Viper: A venomous or supposedly venomous snake. A being regarded as malicious or treacherous.
76. Dybbuk: A demon, or the soul of a dead person, that enters the body of a living person and directs the person's conduct.
77. Elemental: A lower demon. One of either earth (gnome), water (undine), air (sylph), or fire (salamander).
78. Illusionist: A conjurer or magician who creates illusions.
79. Firebrand: An entity that stirs up trouble or kindles a revolt.
80. Enchanter: One who enchants or delights; a magician; a sorcerer.
81. Spellbinder: One that spellbinds, especially a powerful speaker who can captivate an audience.
82. Savant: An entity of learning; one versed in literature or science; an entity eminent for acquirements.
83. Aggressor: One who attacks first or initiates hostilities; an assailant or invader.
84. Charmer: One of immense charisma.
85. Wyvern: A two-legged winged dragon having the hinder part of a serpent with a barbed tail.
86. Incendiary: Causing or capable of causing fire. Tending to inflame.
87. Fire Thrower: One who can throw fire; one who can control fire.
88. Anarchist: One who advocates or believes in anarchy or anarchism.
89. Destroyer: One who destroys, ruins, kills, or desolates.
90. Chimera: A fire-breathing monster, commonly represented with a lion's head, a goat's body, and a serpent's tail.
91. Diabolist: One who acts on the behalf of a devil; one who is involved in sorcery or witchcraft.
92. Basilisk: A creature, in the form of a serpent, lizard, or dragon, that kills by its breath or look.
93. Iconoclast: One who attacks and seeks to overthrow traditional or popular ideas or institutions.
One who destroys sacred religious images.
94. Daywalker: A vampire that can walk in the sunlight.
95. Daemon: A subordinate deity, as the genius of a place or a person's attendant spirit.
96. Necromancer: One who can communicate with the dead and tell the future. One who can raise the dead.
97. Nightmare: A monster or evil spirit that can oppress persons during sleep.
98. Overthrower: One who can conquer, dispose of, defeat, or ruin.
99. Primogenitor: A first parent or earliest ancestor.
100. Sire: A father of a vampire. A form of address for a superior, especially a king.
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