Fact: Little is known what, if any, social structure exists among Hemophages. Like all diseases, HHV has many strains and each has its own characteristics. While the Hemophagic condition is much more mutable than popular culture portrays, there are some ways to identify different "bloodlines" without lab tests or direct contact.
There are four main types of Hemophage dentition, including "unchanged" normal human dentition. The other three are:
|Elongated lateral incisors|
A quick examination of bite marks on a Hemophage victim can help narrow down the possible strains of the virus.
Other characteristics will be dealt with in later entries.