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This category will be used to list any supernatural species in The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, Legacies, and Novels. Individual categories will only be used exclusively for the main supernatural species while this category will be supplemented for other introduced supernaturals.

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  • Arachnae: Giant spider-like supernatural beings that can wear the skin of its victims.
  • Augustine Vampires: Artificially created sub-species of vampires-turned-cannibalistic ripper with an insatiable, ravenous hunger for the blood of other vampires.
  • Doppelgängers: Supernatural occurrence that were created by Nature as a result of the creation of true immortals as a means to maintain balance that all things must die.
  • Dragons: Terrifying monsters with the ability to transformed into winged-beasts with unmatched power.
  • Dryads: Gentle living tree spirits that once lived among humans that are attuned with Nature.
  • Enhanced Original Vampires: An Original vampire with enhanced features over the original creation.
  • Evolved Werewolves: Werewolves of the Crescent Wolf Pack that participated in the Unification Ceremony and gained additional abilities over that of werewolves.
  • Gargoyles: Towering statue and stone-like supernatural being with wings and paralytic claws.
  • Ghosts: Spirits of the deceased that could, under certain circumstances, appear as a visible manifestation to the living, and in even rarer circumstances, physically interact with the living world.
  • Golems: A mud creature created from black magic. The first golem, Malivore, is capable of consuming supernaturals and humans into itself, a dark hell-like dimension designed to cleanse the earth of "monsters" and wipe their existence from the collective conscience. Malivore created his own beings, imperfect and powerless golems, that resemble humans but cannot continue his legacy.
  • Gorgons: Supernatural beings that can turn their hair to snakes and petrify humans.
  • Hybrids: Cross-breeds of two or more different supernatural species.
  • Immortals: Truly immortal supernatural beings that cannot be killed by any weapon.
  • Jinn: Supernatural wish-granting beings that are born into servitude.
  • Mer-Man: A large supernatural aquatic being with enhanced strength and super speed.
  • Mediums: Humans who gain the supernatural ability to communicate with deceased beings on the Other Side as a result from being resurrected from a non-supernatural death.
  • Mummy: A supernatural being with a cursed scarab that imparts the ability to resurrect and to create plagues.
  • Oneiroi: Large, black-winged shapeshifting dream "demons". They are presumably akin to Night Hags, but remain unknown if they exist.
  • Oni: A supernatural demon-ghost-monster that has the ability to possess people through touching either through voluntary or involuntary action. Once inhabiting a host, it makes them act crazy.
  • Original Vampires: The first generation of extremely powerful vampires created via magic and progenitors of a vampire bloodline.
  • Phoenix: A supernatural being that resurrects upon death in a burst of fire. Much remains unknown about this species.
  • Psychics: Subset of humans, though classified as a supernatural species, that exhibit the ability to read, manipulate and/or control the minds of others.
  • Shadow Men/Creatures: Skeletal-like supernatural beings with unknown abilities though they posses numerous sharp teeth and shrunken eyes.
  • Shunka Warakin: A supernatural being of Ioway Native American legend that is a large carnivorous creature with huge claws that feeds only on werewolves.
  • Siphoners: A subsection of witches born without the ability to generate their own magic but do possess a rare power that allows them to siphon magic from other sources and use that magic for their own purposes.
  • Sirens: Supernatural being who were originally psychic, and given immortality that was depended on the feeding of human flesh to remain young and beautiful granted to them by another psychic via unknown means.
  • Slug: A supernatural creature that has the ability to replicate itself within its host, make their hosts susceptible to suggestion, and then finally killing said host.
  • Spirits: The souls of deceased beings that have passed on to find peace in the Bright World, the ultimate destination for the dead, or were previously sent to Hell.
  • Supernatural Hunters: Supernatural Hunters and Huntresses that were originally humans who are endowed with supernatural abilities to hunt and kill vampires through magical means.
  • Travelers: A once powerful, cursed sub-culture of nomadic witches that excelled in possession.
  • Cyclops: A large, brutish nocturnal creature with a single eye and incredible strength and terrible odor. They are presumably akin to Trolls as there is a "surprising amount of overlap" between the two species, but remain unknown if they exist.
  • Upgraded Original Vampire: An Original vampire created by reverse engineering the Immortality Spell that created the Original with the addition of a lethal venom capable of killing Original vampires and their prodigies.
  • Unicorns: A mysterious supernatural horse-like being with a single horn.
  • Vampires: Magically reanimated human corpses which are inhabited by the spirits of the deceased person and who closely resemble the living human they were before their transformation. They feed and survive on the blood of the living, typically on that of humans, and they can also transform other humans into more of their kind by sharing their own blood with them
  • Werewolves: Cursed by a witch, they are supernatural shapeshifting species of individuals who unwillingly transform into large, fearsome, and extremely hostile wolves on the night of the full moon.
  • Witches: Supernatural beings who are born with the power to affect change with witchcraft. They are known as "Architects of the Supernatural" and "Servants of Nature" as the majority is to honor and maintain the balance of Nature.

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