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What is a vampire? If we allow a vampire to bite us what are the after effects?

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kalkirajj wrote:

Does a person also becomes vampire after biting of vampire.  What is a vampire in SL?

Technically a vampire in SL is like everyone else: a pixelated RP character.  No, you do not become a vampire if you are bitten.  It is RP.  

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As Storm said, your don't become a vampire if you have been biten. SL vampires communities are here:

http://secondlife.com/destinations/roleplay/vampire

If you are still afraid of vampires, you can get yourself a garlic necklace on the marketplace...:smileywink:

https://marketplace.secondlife.com/fr-FR/products/search?search[category_id]=1&search[keywords]=garlic+necklace&search[maturity]=General&search

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If you allow a vampire to bite you in Second Life, your avatar will suffer no after-effects.  You may, however, find that the person who bites you might also want you to become a vampire or to join their "clan", and you have no obligation to join anything at all.

I allowed my avatar to be bitten by a vampire in 2007, and I have suffered no after effects...

... oh, except I do get the urge to howl at the moon when it is full (but only in RL :matte-motes-silly:)

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It's merely a role-play game that some users play. I confess that, when I was just a few days new to Second Life, I was tricked into accepting a bite and I found it a rather unpleasant experience. A message appeared on my screen telling me that I had lost ten percent of my humanity and, in my inexperience, I honestly thought that, if I were bitten nine more times, I would lose my account. This was, of course, untrue and I soon found a free garlic necklace that removed me from their "game." I would suggest that you search the marketplace and do likewise. Most importantly, there are no ill effects in being bitten.

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