I took the stairs two at a time for 28 flights. It was nothing. I’d done the entire ground to roof before. Some days I did it instead of going for a run. It was […]
I’m running late on this one. You’d think the prompt itself would provide a simple enough response but no, it has to be complicated in my head. The fact that AJ has a new stress […]
Over the weekend I spoke about what came from the Primeval Vampires I glossed over the ten blood lines and said I’d expand more on what I know. The Venatori don’t really care to know beyond how to kill a vampire, but I’m not most Venatori and I have a close personal friend that has enlightened me to his world. So this is the perfect oppurtunity to go over the ten bloodlines of The Embraced Vampires.
All vampires, whether they are primeval, embraced or cursed vampires, they all have super speed, strength and agility. All vampires have some degree of mezmer skills so that they can convince their victims all is well with the world before and after a bit. And all vampires need blood to flourish.
The remainder of the differences in powers is based on the type. Cursed vampires have no other abilities – these are likely the ones you know and seen in movies. Cursed vampires usually carry a death sentence on their head by the Vampire Council mostly because it takes only a bite from a vampire and a little sharing of blood to become a cursed vampire – and of course the humans death. But that has nothing to do with the prompt and I’ll tell you that tale another day.
Both Embraced and Cursed vampires are ‘cursed’ to walk only in darkness. The sun is deadly to a cursed vampire – like instant flame on. For an embraced vampire the sun is lethal but only in really large amounts and duration.
The ten different bloodlines provide very different and distinct powers.
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