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The worshippers, or vampire worshippers, were a subclass of humans active during the events of Soul Reaver. They were humans who worshipped the vampires of Kain's empire as if they were gods.

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There is another sub-class of humans, who have adapted to the vampire menace by serving their tormentors and worshipping them as gods. The worshippers fall into two classes: Novitiates, who wield decorative but deadly staves; and Adepts, who use their sacrificial knives as weapons.

The worshippers, in their blind allegiance to their vampire masters, will always view Raziel as an enemy and cannot be swayed by Raziel's behavior. The worshippers are an insidious threat to the human population, since they kidnap victims for blood sacrifices. Considering no sacrifice too great, they will also gladly give their own blood, and lives, if necessary, to sustain their vampire masters.

―The Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver manual[Soul Reaver manual (US)]
There is another sub-class of humans, who have adapted to the vampire menace by serving their tormentors, and worshipping them as gods. The worshippers fall into two classes - Novitiates, who wield decorative but deadly staves; and Adepts, who use their sacrificial knives as weapons.

The worshippers, in their blind allegiance to their vampire masters, will always view Raziel as an enemy, and cannot be swayed (like their fellow humans) by Raziel's behaviour. The worshippers are an insidious threat to the human population, since they kidnap victims for blood sacrifices - considering no sacrifice too great, they will also gladly give their own blood (and lives, if necessary) to sustain their vampire masters.

―The Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver manual[Soul Reaver manual (UK)]

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The ultimate fate of individual Vampire Worshippers is unknown - those deemed worthy may have eventually been recruited to become vampires themselves.

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