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"Harmony's the leading advocate for Reform Vampirism. Only drain blood with permision... not enough to kill... and no siring."
Clem

Reform vampirism, also known as the "Harmony Rules" was a movement among vampires to gain a place in human society. Its proponent and leading advocate was Harmony Kendall, who inspired a general reform in the interaction between humans and demons.

Repercussion

According to Faith Lehane, slaying vampires followers of the Harmony Rules was a moral grey area, but the bigger problem was it would potentially start a war.[1]

Vampires that weren't adept to the reform vampirism still took advantage of it, since it made the kill easier: "[Harmony] makes the humans think we're all sex and cuddly. It's like shooting fish in a barrel these days. And the more vampires go veggie, the more blood there is for the rest of us."[2]

While sane, Drusilla was a temporary follower of the reform. She also turned a Lorophage demon from a predator to a healer.[3]

In order to make an alliance with Buffy Summers, Harmony encouraged Vicki and new vampires associates to abide to the Harmony Rules.[4]

In VampCon, the rules were a condition for participation, allowing humans to share their blood in nonfatal amounts.[5] In its second edition, Harmony reminded the rules' importance in a world that recognizes the existence of the supernatural.[6]

Rules

  • No siring humans.
  • No killing humans.
  • Only drinking human blood with consent.
  • Only drinking human blood in moderation.

Appearances

Angel & Faith

Buffy Season Ten

References

  1. Daddy Issues, Part One
  2. In Perfect Harmony
  3. Daddy Issues, Part Two
  4. Day Off (or Harmony in My Head)
  5. In Pieces on the Ground, Part One
  6. Where Are They Now?

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