|Date of Creation||???FC|
|First Appearance||Blood Trance|
| Coronos Williams|
Hemomancers often cut themselves in order to use their own blood as a weapon, leading many Hemomancers to have scars all along their arms. Another common trait amongst Hemomancers is for their eyes to turn red, as their eyes begin producing the pigment which makes blood red rather than their natural eye colour's pigment.
Hemomancy is an offshoot of Hydromancy, discovered when water was first successfully isolated from blood. Many Hydromancers, armed with the knowledge that blood contained water, began to practice and refine the art of Hemomancy, but those who were first to master it were of lower moral integrity, using it as a form of torture. Eventually, other wizards began to master it and the Scirevicis Academy began to teach Hemomancy as a magic for self defence and healing (where it worked particularly well alongside Sarcomancy).
Fire a projectile of blood from the palm of your hand.
Tear through the enemy's skin with their own blood.
|Cat of Nine Tails||TBA|
Whip an enemy with a thick strand of your blood.
|Bloody Needles||Your enemies won't know how to deal with this...|
Use the blood from your wounds to stab your enemies.
|Targets all enemies|
Damage increases with Health damage received during battle
|Heartbreaker||You didn't need this, did you?|
Tear their heart right out of their chest.
|Impact and bleeding damage|
Combo Finisher Moves
|Involuntary Donation||We appreciate your business.|
Drain an enemy of all of their blood.
Freeze an enemy's bloodstream.
- Hemomancy's origin story is similar to that of Bloodbending from the Avatar series, as they are both blood-based abilities which originate from a similar water-based ability (Hydromancy and Waterbending respectively).
- Many of the abilities are references to the Branches of Sin from the manga and anime series Deadman Wonderland, such as the Mancer Gun (based on the Ganta Gun).
- The Bloody Needles ability is a reference to a similar ability used by the character Crona in the manga and anime series Soul Eater.
- The Heartbreaker Finisher Move's name is a reference to Heart's weapon in the original 3.14 games