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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Vampires and Vampeals on Pain


     Vampires do feel pain, more so than vampeals. Vampires have the physical ability to hut out the unpleasant sensation of pain. Only taking the information that there is a wound, nothing more. A vampeal however has autonomic anesthetic that kicks in the moment pain is felt. The half-vampire feels everything the first time. After that, nothing. A vampeal is at a physiological disadvantage to a vampire in that sense. A vampire being able to retain the knowledge of each injury without the distraction of pain, and the vampeal unable to think clearly from the initial wound and the lack of later impaired function of that area.
     Pain may be in the eye of the beholder, but Pain is different to a vampire and a vampeal respectively.


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