Made or Make
The Made is a human that has been transformed into a vampire by an Angel or Archangel. There is also the one and only ever Made Angel—Elena Deveraux. The term. "The Made", is also is used synonymously with Vampire.
Candidate Process—Restrictions / RulesEdit
- Angels are fanatical about checking the short-listed candidates—they are scanned, analyzed, nearly split open with all the tests they're given.
- The choosing is difficult. It's to the Cadre's benefit not to select those who're weak, who'll break, but mistakes happen.
- To make a child is strictly forbidden. Children go mad, they die. 
- Angels also produce a toxin that must be regularly discharged into somebody else or it drives them insane, thus they create vampires — from willing human populations.
- The act itself is as intimate as an Angel chooses to make it. Mostly, it's a clinical process similar to giving blood—the human is put into a medicated sleep during the transfer.
- There is a very bad side effect to being Made—a tiny minority have their brains scrambled beyond recovery. 
Events in the Series Edit
This section may have spoilers. Think of the book title as a "Spoiler Warning" if you haven’t read it yet.
Sara Haziz talks to Ellie about the very bad side effect to being Made based on what the made up report in the Slater Patalis case—a serial-killing vampire—the file is hidden. The made up report says that he had a severe illness that he managed to hide in the candidate process. But the truth is that he was fine going in but was scrambled when Made and came out a serial killer. 
See Also Edit
Book References Edit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Angels' Blood, Book 1, ch. 4
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Archangel's Kiss, Bk 2, ch. 29
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Archangel's Enigma, ch. 48
- ↑ Angels' Blood, Book 1, ch. 38