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Real Vampire
By: Inanna Arthen

A vampire is a person born with an extraordinary capacity to absorb, channel, transform and manipulate 'pranic energy' or life force.
Only real vampires can directly absorb the pranic energy in fresh blood. Thus vampires are attracted to blood and find different means of obtaining it.
Real Vampires are identifiable partly because they have a majority of the symptoms. Not just one or two, but more significantly. Real vampires are distinguished by a certain quality to energy. They also have a way of standing out vividly to everyone who interacts with them.
Night people, on a biochemical level, have inverted circadian rhythms, the body cycles such as temperature peaks, menstrual onset and the production of sleep hormones in the brain occurring at the opposite time of day for most people. They also have difficulty adjusting to daytime schedules and frequently work nights. Tend to be photosensitive; avoiding sunlight, sun burning easily, has excellent night vision. Has bad mood swings and can be vigorous and active one day and depressed and languorous the next.

Frequently have digestive trouble. Even cast-iron stomachs have many issues with food that are rooted in their constant hunger for energy. Real Vampires are troubled by obesity because of a hunger that makes them food addicts and a system that is sluggish in processing physical food. May not be sensitive to drugs and alcohol as an ordinary person would be.
Unpredictable, moody, temperamental, over-whelming, extremely intense people. They Frequently are given nicknames to suit their personality. When others talk about vampires they call them 'needy', 'attention-seeking', 'grandstanding', 'draining', 'manipulative', 'exhausting', 'monopolizes the conversation', 'jealous', 'huge ego', etc.
Emotions are deep, fervent and powerful and displays great psychic ability and has uncontrolled magical and physical experiences.

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