Vampire Population

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See the current up-to-the minute populations of werewolves, vampires, and zombies.

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90 Responses

  1. Mary says:

    I know how you feel. I get questioned myself. And i don’t think you are some raving idiot. I am here for anybody who needs help with anything.

  2. Soul Tepes says:

    Thank you Mary. Really. I know that is a lot of thank you’s. But Nick is all I have. I dnt want him hurt or dead because of him shifting.

  3. Jacob says:

    I only put down vampire because it is closest to what I am, a shadow being. shadow beings are essentially sentient energy that is formless, but can enter physical objects/creatures. we absorb auras and strong emotions for energy that is used to become more and more powerful every couple years. Note: shadows can reach godlike power after a few hundred millennia, I have been around for XIVMVIIICLV, or 14,855 years, making me still be roughly equivalent to a 8-12 year old human child.

    whenever you are in a dark room, and you see something move through the corner of your eye and the room gets colder, there is most likely a shadow observing you in that room.

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  5. kyle j chilton says:

    @Jacob: do you wanna help in my public document i am a vampyre that wants to show the world that we do exist and should be noticed and i would like a
    chat with you via email, i beleive that we can exchange some stories to provide insight.

  6. Lee Ann says:

    I hate people who spell it with a “y”. Like those parents who feel the need to spell their kids name as Mikaeyhel and go off on how it’s pronounced Michael. So trashy and unnecessary. We’re all talking about the same cra p.

  7. kyle j chilton says:

    @Lee Ann: hello there, the reason i spell it with a “y” is becuase it means a specias not a definition of that species. also when you say vampire it does sound like there is a “y” in there. so are you wolf or vamp? other?

  8. Lee Ann says:

    @kyle j chilton: Are you attempting to say that vampyre spelled with a Y is a different species to those spelt with an I? If so feel free to explain.

  9. kyle j chilton says:

    @Lee Ann: im implying that the word vampire is the definition of what a vampyre is: i.e we drink blood etc. but the word vampyre is just that a real vampire. this is why im writing a document. also i know this is a little bit unlikly but have you seen an anime show called shiki, i met a wolf that had the same traits as me but diffrent, in the show they call hybrids jinrou but they are more vampyre than wolf and are more human. if you or someone else can confirm my freind/encounter i can add this to my document and give credit where it is due.

  10. Lee Ann says:

    @kyle j chilton: You’re trying to use alot of words to sound more intelligent yet still not giving a clear answer. And no. I don’t watch anime.

  11. kyle j chilton says:

    @Lee Ann: well, im just trying to explain the difference, for instance the word vampire means something that leeches off another. i hope this helps you understand why i spell vampyre. not that we dont leech of other people but we can choose not too as if it is right or wrong,but hey were all diffrent.

  12. Lee Ann says:

    noun

    1. a preternatural being, commonly believed to be a reanimated corpse, that is said to suck the blood of sleeping persons at night.

    2. (in Eastern European folklore) a corpse, animated by an undeparted soul or demon, that periodically leaves the grave and disturbs the living, until it is exhumed and impaled or burned.

    3. a person who preys ruthlessly upon others; extortionist.

    Dont try to make up something completely false to justify something stupi d.

  13. Lycanhope says:

    @Lee Ann: I think she’s trying to do a separation similar to magic and magick. The irony is I’ve seen vampyre used in books and movies more than vampire, rendering his point moot.

  14. Lee Ann says:

    Ah… I don’t particularly indulge in the pop culture side of fantasy and such. So to me it just sounds moronic.

  15. RayneBlackwood says:

    IDK what to think. Honestly.

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