To justify a not-vampire attack early in my story, I've created a race of not-vampires I call chimerids. Derived from "Chimera" as they apparently have many animal-like traits. But when I go through my writing these creatures don't seem to "mesh" well as a race. Here is a brief list of traits they would have: -Physically similar to humans, only apparent difference being "glow-in-the-dark" eyes like cats. There are internal physical differences such as the lack of appendix and additional brain matter, but such differences can't be seen unless it's during surgery. -The ability to transform humans into chimerids through transfusion of blood. Such blood can be easily injected through a pair of retractable fangs. -The ability to manipulate external electricity in ways that mimic superpowers (Mental abilities yes, superspeed and bulletproof no) These creatures seem underdeveloped when I look back at them. I guess I wanted to add more animal traits. Any suggestions of what to add/take away?