Type B vampires are generally characterised by living on human blood, no pressence in the society, nomadic behaviour. They are often radical and uncautious.
Vampires who are type B vampires :
Type-B Vampires are like any other vampire considered both dead and immortal at the same time. Technically their heart doesn't beat on it's own, making them classified as deceased. They remain alive by feeding on blood, which finds it's way through the body. When the consumed blood comes in touch with the hart, laced with the venom that turned them, the reaction mimics a heartbeat, causing the vampire's body to be 'alive'.
Aside from their heart, other organs only work in a minimal way as the new bloodflow will focus on additional muscle strenght and speed, instead of vital organ functions such as kidneys, liver and longs. Vampires have been known to survive without these vital organs even functioning at all.
In the case of Type B vampires, little organs will remain functioning, and they have more excessive strenght and speed, way above normal human capacity.
Animal blood has the same amout of red blood cells and protein as human blood, but the human variation lacks a nuclei (RBC-) that animals do have (RBC+).
This causes fysical strength in Type-B vampires, and it enables the production of toxic. As a result of this, Type-A vampires can turn other vampires.
Vampires look like humans, except for paler skin (due to a smaller bloodflow). When a vampire is turned, the toxic will correct some natural born flaws, like poor eyesight or disfigurements. This brings out vampires who are often considered more beautyfull than humans.
When their vampire nature is fully aroused their fangs appear,which are usually hidden. Their facial features become more primal and their eyes can shift to bright colors or dark if they are at a low fuel point.
Type B vampires usually have a weak emotional mind. They are not attached to sentiment, or human life characteristics.
When they are new vampires, they often loose touch of the emotional value of things as they have to abandon their families by vampire law. When they make their first feeding choice, it's simply easier to choose for human blood; a new vampire will crave for human blood, because that's what it's known too. Most sires will suggest the Type-B diet, certainly in the beginning.
Some sires, like May Miller, made this even a requirement. It has become a common default requirement with the majority of the vampire groups out there. Because of the continuous cycle of Type-B vampires turning more humans, the vampire population is growing rapidly.
One of the plus sides of Type B-vampirism is not having to look far for feeding. They're more free to do what they want, and they are faster and stronger than other type vampires. A downside is that when they do decide to change lifestyles, they need a lot of willpower.
Type-B vampires are known for their nomadic nature. They often wonder around and don't live in one particular place for a long time. Their unemotional nature often urges them away from humans.