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The Anointed's lieutenant vampire in WSWB. Staked by Buffy in same episode. Character played by Brent Jennings.

This evangelistic vampire is named after a character in the Bible, whose story is told in the second book of Samuel. Absalom, the third son of King David, turned against his father and challenged him for the kingdom of Israel. After a civil war, Absalom was killed by Joab, the leader of King David's army. (2 Samuel 13:20 - 19:10) (Definition Source: Buffy Guide)

Acathla was in an obelisk that construction workers dug up outside of town.

"Acathla the demon came forth to swallow the world. He was killed by a virtuous knight who pierced the demon's heart before he could draw a breath to perform the act. Acathla turned to stone, as demons sometimes do, and was buried where neither man nor demon would want to look. Unless of course they're putting up low-rent housing." (Angelus, B1)

Angelus figures out that he can pull the sword out of Acathla and he (Acathla) will suck the world into hell. It takes Angelus' blood to open it and Angelus' blood to close it.

Ampata First appearance in IMG. Character played by Ara Celi (the mummy princess, not the boy who was the actual Ampata. The boy who plays Ampata is Samuel Jacobs.) He was the cultural exchange student who was supposed to stay with Buffy. The Incan Mummy Princess killed him after she was freed and took his name.
Andrew Borba The first Andrew on the show, not to be confused with the later regular guest Andrew. This one was a scripture quoting murder suspect turned vampire. He was one of the five who fell so the Anointed could rise. Thrown in the incinerator by Buffy in NKAB. Character played Geoff Meed.
Andrew Hoelich Also "Andy." Vampire that Willow, Xander & Oz try to kill in Anne. He was on the gymnastics team before he died. (Willow calls him “Big Boy”) Staked by Xander and Cordelia in a graveyard.
Balthazar First appearance in _____, Character played by Christian Clemenson

Pre-pre-historic parasite. The mother hibernates underground, laying eggs. The offspring then attach themselves to a host, taking control of their motor functions through neural clamping. The mother of the eggs in the basement under the school in Bad Eggs.

Also, picked up in the fandom as a term for rude or otherwise flamey people.

Claw Guy

Claw Guy (also referred to as "Fork Guy" and "Silverware Man") has one hand missing which was replaced with a claw. He displeased the Master and cut his hand off in penance. (Giles tells this. It is not shown.) Angel warns Buffy about him and later Buffy uses him to lead her to Natalie French. Buffy later dusts him. (TP)

Colin Vampire, presumed dead after the Master shoves his finger in Colin's eye for failing to capture the Slayer in The Harvest. (Not to be confused with Collin, the Anointed One.)
Dalton Spike's nerdy minion. First seen in What's My Line, Part 1, killed by The Judge in Surprise. Character played by Eric Saiet.
Der Kindestod The name means "child death." He feeds off of children by sucking the life out of them. Slayed by Buffy in Killed by Death. Character played by James Jude Courtney.
Dracula First appearance in Buffy vs. Dracula, Character played by Rudolf Martin

Demon raised by Ethan, Thomas, Diedre, Philip and Giles in their College Days and then raised again in The Dark Age. They all bear the Mark of Eyghon, which is an Etruscan tattoo.

The Mark of Eyghon, worn by his initiates. Eyghon, also called the Sleepwalker, can only exist in this reality by possessing an unconscious host. Temporary possession imbues the host with a euphoric feeling of power. (Ethan burns his off with acid and puts it on the back of Buffy's neck. She later has it removed.) Unless the proper rituals are observed, the possession is permanent, and Eyghon will be born from within the host. Once called, Eyghon can also take possession of the dead, but its demonic energy soon disintegrates the host, and it must jump to the nearest dead or unconscious person to continue living.

Kills Diedre and Philip, then possesses Jenny. Killed by Angel.

The First  
Fork Guy See "Claw Guy"
The Gorches See "Lyle Gorch" or "Tector Gorch"
Holden "Webs" Webster The vampire Buffy has a conversation with in Conversations with Dead People. Character played by Jonathan M. Woodward.
The Judge

A demon brought forth to rid the Earth of the plague of humanity. No weapon forged can kill him. An army was able to dismember him back in the day (before Angel's time) and they buried the parts in the four corners of the earth. Spike & Drusilla put him back together. Character played by Brian Thompson (Also played Luke in WttH.) First appearance in Surprise, killed by Buffy in Innocence.

(Spike called him "big blue," Buffy called him "not the prettiest man in town" and Xander called him "an unkillable demon.")

Kakistos Kakistos makes his first appearance in Faith, Hope & Trick. He’s so old he’s hands and feet are cloven. He’s looking to kill Faith for revenge for blinding him in one eyes. He rolls in town in a limo with Mr. Trick. He’s killed at the end of the episode when Faith stakes him with a huge post. Character played by Jeremy Roberts.
Kathy Newman Buffy's demonic roommate in The Freshman. Character played by Dagney Kerr.
Ken Demon who poses as the local shelter operator in Anne. (Shelter is called “Family Home.”) He kidnaps homeless kids, takes them down to a hell dimension, works them until they are old and then spits them back out. ("Time moves more quickly here than in your reality. A hundred long years will pass here. On Earth, it's just a day.") Character played by Carlos Jacott.
Kindestod See "Der Kindestod"
Lissa Demon working for the First who tries to sacrifice Xander. Character played by Ashanti
Lucius Spike & Dru's vampire minion. Mentioned in Lie to Me.
Luke Vampire, Vessel for the Master, First appearance in WttH, staked in the Harvest by Buffy. Character played by Brian Thompson (Also played The Judge in Surprise and Innocence.)
Lyle Gorch Lyle and his brother, Tector, are vampires from Abilene. They they made their reputation by massacring an entire Mexican village in 1886. They show up in Bad Eggs and try to kill Buffy. Interestingly, enough, Lyle and Tector Gorch are the names of two characters in The Wild Bunch. (See The Wild Bunch for more information.) The character of Lyle Gorch is played by Jeremy Ratchford.
Machida Big snake that is worshiped by the fraternity. Killed by Buffy in RB. Character played by Robin Atkin Downes.
Malcolm Black see "Moloch"
Marc Student in the talent show who turns out to be a demon. (TPS) Character played by Burke Roberts.
Moloch Willow's demonic boyfriend in I, Robot. You, Jane. Known as The Corrupter. A very deadly and seductive demon. He draws people to him with promises of love, power, knowledge. Preys on impressionable minds. Put into a book in Cortona, Italy in 1418 by Monks. Scanned into a computer database by Willow in 1997, then put into Robot form by Dave & Fritz. Moloch's voice is performed by Mark Deakins.
Ms. French See "Natalie French"
Natalie French Praying mantis substitute science teacher in TP. Character played by Musetta Vander.
Norman Pfister The bug man from The Order of Taraka. First seen in What's My Line, Part 1. Is killed in What's My Line, Part 2 by Xander and Cordelia. Character played by Kelly Connell.
Silverware Man See "Claw Guy"
Stephan Korshak Vampire that Buffy slays in the beginning of SAR.
Sunday Vampire bitch charge of campus vamp gang in Freshman. Staked by Buffy. Character played by Katharine Towne.
Sweet Musical demon in Once More With Feeling. Character played by Hinton Battle.
Tector Gorch Tector and his brother, Lyle, are vampires from Abilene. They they made their reputation by massacring an entire Mexican village in 1886. They show up in Bad Eggs and try to kill Buffy. Interestingly, enough, Lyle and Tector Gorch are the names of two characters in The Wild Bunch. (See The Wild Bunch for more information.) The character of Tector Gorch is played by James Parks.
The Three Warrior vampires, very proud and very strong who wore uniforms. They were sent to kill Buffy in Angel but failed and were staked by Darla in the Master's chamber in the same episode.
Thomas vampire, minion for the Master, First appearance in WttH, died in WttH (staked by Buffy). Character played by J. Patrick Lawlor.
Ugly Man The mean man conjured to life by Billy Palmer when he is in a coma that terrorizes Sunnydale High. Actually not really a demon, but the imagination of a little boy from the fear caused by his Coach. Appears in Nightmares.
Zachary Vampire mentioned but not seen in the episode, Angel. Presumed to have been killed by Buffy when he didn't return from the hunt.
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