The vampire goddess, also known as such in English, is a figure in the myths and folklore of many cultures around the world, especially in Western and North American cultures. The vampire goddess is often depicted as a woman with magical powers and the ability to transform into a vampire.
In legends, the vampire goddess is often considered the leader of the vampires and may be worshipped and revered by vampire followers. She is seen as a symbol of power and autonomy, but can also represent evil and brutality.
Although the image of the vampire goddess may differ in various cultures, she is always a figure of great power and fear.