Jasper Hale

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Character
Name: Jasper Hale, Jasper Cullen, Jasper Whitlock (birth name)
Occupation: Perpetual student, soldier (formerly)
Title/Rank: Major in Confederate Army (formerly)
Location: Forks, Washington, USA
Status: Vampire
Relationships: Alice Cullen (Wife), Maria (former lover/vampire sire), Carlisle Cullen (Adoptive Father), Esme Cullen (Adoptive Mother), Edward Cullen (Adoptive Brother), Emmett McCarty Cullen (Adoptive Brother), Rosalie Hale (Adoptive Sister), Isabella "Bella" Swan (Sister-in-Law), Cynthia Brandon (Sister-in-Law), Renesmee Cullen (Niece)
Fandom: Twilight
Other: Portrayed by Jackson Rathbone
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Jasper Hale, also known as Jasper Cullen or Jasper Whitlock, is one of the main vampire characters in the Twilight saga.

Canon

Jasper Whitlock was born and raised in Texas, and later joined the Confederate Army to serve in the American Civil War. Jasper was turned into a vampire in 1863 by a vampire named Maria when he was 19 years old. After he became a vampire, he gained the ability to sense and manipulate the emotions of those around him. He stayed with Maria until he grew tired of the lifestyle and met up with Peter and Charlotte. He left them as well, and he is joined with Alice Brandon in Philadelphia after she had a vision of them together. They sought out the Cullen family and joined it. He and Rosalie Hale often portray twins and take each other's last name.

He's the most trained fighter the Cullen family has due to his time with the army, Maria and her newborn vampires. Despite this, he has a lack of control of his blood lust which usually leads to losing control if a human around him is injured.

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Jasper/OC is fairly common as well.

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