Just A Introduction Into The Life Of Vampires
|The vampire is a beast created by evil, a parasite that needs the blood of the living to sustain his own parody of life. It is also a plague that spreads quickly if not fought by adequate means.
A vampire is no longer a living being. When turning into a vampire the soul of the former living being is destroyed and with it also its emotions and certain values. They are replaced by something evil and malignant. Where there was love, there is now desire; where there was valor, there is now cold-heartedness. Every positive aspect of life is transformed into a mockery, just like the whole vampire is a mockery of life.
The bite of a vampire is infectious. Sometimes, the now poisoned blood spreads through the body of the victim and raises it from the dead as a new vampire. This happens mostly when the vampire drains the victim slowly of its blood.
There are cases in which a vampire visited its victim over several weeks or even months, slowly stealing their strength and leaving their evil stigma. Such victims rise much more likely as a vampire than victims that were robbed of their blood in a few minutes.
A vampire depends on the blood of others. If a vampire is not able to drink blood on a regular basis, it will wither and dry out, until it finally crumbles into dust.
Vampires are nocturnal creatures. They fear the sunlight because it evaporates the tainted and stolen blood in their veins. Sunlight greatly accelerates the process which lets vampires dry out. Only a well-fed vampire is able to resist the sunlight for a while.
The senses of a vampire are sharpened similar to those of predatory beasts. Still, just like these beasts, it is possible to chase them with the appropriate skills. Garlic, for example, is able to overload a vampire's senses. For this reason, vampires avoid garlic whenever possible.
Vampires also seem to have a special bond to certain animals. Wolves, rats and bats are often found in the company of a vampire. They are even able to shape shift in such an animal. As the transformation into a bat is the most common one among vampires, it is assumed that it is also the most natural one for them.
Other animals, however, are rather scared by vampires. Horses sense vampires very easily and express great fear near a vampire's grave.
Even though vampires usually keep their human appearance, they share the physical strength of other undead. By applying this strength more conscious than other undead they are even more powerful. Their dead body is able to withstand a large amount of damage, depending on the amount of blood that they've consumed recently. The body rather soaks the damage than to repel it. This can probably be explained with vampires being rather shadows than true bodies, for the same reason they lack a mirror image. However, it is said that vampires can manipulate the mind of others, making them believe that they see a reflection.
Some vampires are able to use this shadowy state of their body to become a cloud of darkness that is completely invulnerable to physical damage. However, all reports of using this special ability tell about very old vampires. It seems that vampires grow more and more powerful with each decade or century they live their undead lives Vampires can be immobilized, also for a very long time, if the right method is used. If their physical body takes too much damage, it will go down. Sunlight will dry them out and even turn them into dust. If you drive a wooden object into the heart of a vampire, the flow of the vampire's tainted blood is stopped, leaving him completely helpless. It should be mentioned, though, that if the heart is partly missed or if the object is not large enough, the vampire might still be able to move.
Since a vampire is dead anyway, none of these methods allows to destroy a vampire for good. With enough time and blood, a vampire can recover from any of those seeming deaths. The only known way to permanently defeat a vampire is to kill him with a blessed stake. A blessed stake, however, is a rare object that cannot be obtained easily
Written By - Anonymous
Authors comment: Just to let my readers know, the point I take for vampires are there parasites that feed of the blood of other creatures. It varies all over the world the truth of the vampire. But I have a pretty good view of the creatures, I’ve read lots of books about them, I even read the meaning. So after all I sum up that a vampire is a leach that sucks its victims and it even has the powers to create ghouls. The way they create ghouls is painful process for the victim; you can call them ghouls or vampires. But that's not a point, the point is vampires is so dangerous but let’s see how dangerous.... enjoy.