Comparing Vampires and Werewolves

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Comparing Vampires and Werewolves
Star Koning
January 12th, 2012
Karen DeVries

Comparing Vampires and Werewolves
Vampires and werewolves are ravenous demons that haunt our dreams, and dwell in the dark murky shadows of the night. They like to creep around in the dark, and will attack when least expected. These creatures of the night can live within the human population. They could be your neighbor, your local bank teller, your pastor, your local store clerk, or even your best friend, and in most cases they are never even noticed. That is until one is breathing down the neck of an unsuspecting victim. Vampires are not born, they are human first. They have to be bitten by a vampire who drains their blood, and then they must feed on the blood of a vampire. They then must go through the transition of changing from human to night-creature, and will be in pain for a few days until they become a full blooded vampire. ( A werewolf on the other hand, must be bitten or scratched by another werewolf. It has also been said that werewolves have been known to interbreed with humans and wolves to increase their population. When a werewolf child is born, it is born into the same form as its mother. If the mother is human at the time of the birth, the child will also be born in a human form. If the mother is a werewolf at the time of the birth, the child will be born in a wolf form. (…/werewolves.html). The classic vampires are much different from the modern vampires of today. The classic vampire would rise from his coffin and stalk the night, looking for human blood. The vampires need for blood was undeniable and constant. They were known as horrible and vicious killers, and scared away by the smell of garlic. The only way they could be destroyed was by sunlight, decapitation, religious icons, or a wooden stake through the heart. Their only use for humans was as food .On the other hand,...
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