I've read all your posts and find them rather interesting. Whether you are or are not a vampire, you still seem quite fascinating. I have just
a few questions to ask. Please excuse me if any sound ignorant or plain juvenile. I'd like to meet a true blue vampire in person some day, and learn
all there is to know about them.
- Do vampires leave noticeable marks after they bite?
- Is there a preferred location, on the body, to bite?
- How do you find donors, or do they try to find you?
- Are there any that observe people as they lie asleep in their beds? (I sometimes wake up at night and see someone by my door.)
- I prefer night to day, so I would rather take walks through town at night. It's very quiet around 2 or 3am. But because I always feel I'm being
watched, I will only go out when accompanied by someone. Is it a possibility I am being watched by one of your own?
- Are birthed vampires stronger than those turned, the other way around, or does it even matter?
- Do vampires have a type when it comes to anything you do? Victim or relationship wise? Or does it depend, just like it would for a human?
- How can you tell if some one's blood is tainted? Is it the smell, or how they look or carry themselves? Perhaps you can just sense it? And what
would it matter, if you have such a strong immune system? Unless it's not an illness you're looking for, but something else.
- Is there any way not to be controlled when talking or even looking at a vampire? Or is it mind over matter/whose mentally stronger that counts?
- What is the normal body temperature of a vampire, and do you look
for places with a certain climate when you move? Also, Fahrenheit or Celsius for temperature, please.
- What is the normal life expectancy of a vampire, and how can you die/be killed. (Not that I would ever want to kill one, unless my life were being
- Have you ever known a vampire that hated it so much they took their own life? And how would one go about ending said life?
I apologize for asking these things in such immense volume, but curiousity has appearently caught the cat. Lets just hope it doesn't kill it in the