Special Sub-Topic: Myths: Vampires- The Undead
|Which of these characteristics isn't commonly associated with your stereotypical vampire?|
Nuts & Bolts. Go back to Frankenstein if you got that wrong.
|What can't vampires cross?|
Running Water. Being submerged in it kills them also.
|Which woman was, according to Jewish/Hebrew texts (not the Bible), the first female created for the first man Adam, and from which the creation stories of Vampires and other monsters possibly originate?|
Lilith. Their son was Cain, the first murderer.
|What should you lay at the door of your house if you want to prevent vampires from entering?|
Dead Cat or Dog. It will have to stop and count every hair on the animal, but will have to flee before dawn, unless it wants to get caught by the sun's rays and die. This also works with witches.
|Where do most Vampire myths originate from?|
Eastern Europe. However they are apparent all over the world, from Central America to Japan.
|Mirrors mean death for vampires.|
f. They just aren't reflected in them for some reason, that's all, some say it's just their body though, whereas clothes and other things it happens to have on it's person, are clearly visible.
|The foul smell of which herb repels Vampires?|
garlic. So hang some in front of your windows and over the door handle if you're ever feeling... vulnerable.
|Which of the following affects vampires the least?|
Firearms. Of the four answers given, only the firearms have a condition to their being lethal; the others, direct sunlight, crosses and bladed weapons, can do harm regardless of what they are made of. If they see a gun, the chances of the bullet being harmful to them is minimal.
Unless you are using silver bullets, the wounds will just seal over. However it will slow them down, while you race in with a stake or a bladed weapon to decapitate them.
|What title has Vlad III, the man whom Bram Stoker apparently based the character Count Dracula on?
The Impaler. You might know what that painful process involves and I won't go into detail, but this man is said to have caused over 20,000 deaths...
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