You've seen one aspect in… our coven. Glossary of terms about Vampyrism Sponsored link. Lombardi-Nash for providing a translation. When a vampire hunts, he uses his sense of smell to find prey and hearing to track its movements. Experimented on for research. A similar venom based liquid lubricates between the vampires cells allowing their hard stone bodies to move.
Those who make the sacrifice, though, experience related benefits. A few centuries ago in Europe this was often accomplished by staking suspected vampires in their graves; the idea was to physically pin the vampire to the earth, and the chest was chosen because it's the trunk of the body. Each beat of the heart can only push it so far. There was no particular significance to using wood; according to folklore, vampires — like djinn genies and many other magical creatures — fear iron, so an iron bar would be even more effective than a wooden stake. Their beauty is described as angelic or even god-like. Victoria , James and Laurent , was considered large. The vampires most people are familiar with such as Dracula are revenants — human corpses that are said to return from the grave to harm the living; these vampires have Slavic origins only a few hundred years old. Vampires are able to form bonds of love in addition to the bond between mates. He cannot rest until the party responsible is eradicated. It coats the eyes, burning through contacts after only a few hours, protecting them from damage and thus eliminating all necessity and reason to produce tears. The following is a collection of queer vampire stories that I have either been given directly by people, or have been given permission to use by the authors from the web. Vampires are also drawn to gifted humans when they look to create companions. Abilities and limitations A vampire's physical and mental abilities far exceed those of a human being. Their sense of sight exceeds by far that of a hawk: There is no centralized organization to specify beliefs, practices, definitions of terms, etc. In contrast, as vampires feed, their eyes become lighter. The ability to cut off airflow from their lungs allows them to remain submerged underwater for as long as they wish, and contributes greatly to their excellent swimming capabilities. The venom has to saturate every cell in the body before the process can be completed. Depending upon "how much venom is in the bloodstream, and how close the venom enters to the heart", the transformation could last anywhere from two to five days. If an already attractive human were to be transformed, their physical beauty would be "beyond breathtaking". Folklore and Reality " Yale, , folklorist Paul Barber noted that centuries ago, "Often potential revenants can be identified at birth, usually by some abnormality, some defect, as when a child is born with teeth. For example, a human who was very sensitive to other people's moods might develop the vampire ability to read thoughts or influence emotions. An individual who is not a vampyre but who is close to one or more vampyres and is often a supporter of the community. A vampire's skin is described as "chalky", alabaster, or marble because of its texture and feel, as well as its appearance. Manor is the first gay male vampire story on record, taken from an ancient Norse Legend. They are also incredibly strong, able to bite through almost any solid substance, including vampire skin. For ease in finding stories that may interest you, and to avoid having to read things that may be considered 'offensive', I've included a brief summary of what each story contains.
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