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The main advantage to most forms of Vampires is the immortality. Now, like in Anne Rice's world, immortality might eventually get tedious, but I'd prefer to live centuries and get bored of life, rather than grow old and die. At least that way I might have time to paint all my minis.

 

Also, I dislike losing control. Bad things can and do happen. I don't drink or do drugs for that very reason. And while some versions of Vampires can lose control due to bloodlust, Werewolves are the epitome of losing control, becoming feral beasts, often hurting or killing those they care about. This might make for a great tragic character in a story, but I wouldn't want to live with the guilt.

 

For the specific universe of the Underworld movies, it's much more of a toss up, as both are powerful seemingly immortal races. I probably wouldn't mind either, though I'd probably still choose vampire. I'm a modest guy, I'd hate to be running around looking for pants every time I shifted back from a werewolf.

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Sounds like I'm due for a werewolf transformation..................FOR I WAS BORN ON A FRIDAY THE 13TH!!!    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!! 

Vampires are gross. They are meant to be gross. They do not glitter and glow in the sunlight, they do not sparkle with love and want to whisk you away to love you forever in some romantic castle. See,

I have to say werewolf. In part because you get to be "part man, part dog. I'm my own best friend" lol

Despite the main character being as attractive as she is in that movie, I am werewolf through and through. Don't we all have a more animalistic side?

 

Do we also get to eat the sparkly ones?

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Another really big downside to Underworld Werewolves. I don't think they have any females. I like females. Especially, sexy, gothy ones. Even slightly smurfy ones.

Huh. You know I never noticed that but I'm pretty sure you're right.

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I'd like to be a Vampire, but a proper shape-shifting, abomination of the night one, not a slightly superhuman Goth like they were in Underworld.

So I suppose if we're sticking to the Underworld universe I'll have to be a Werewolf.

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