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Moreso werewolf than vampire if you ask me.

 There wasn't a more or less, he took on characteristics of both, maybe the werewolf disease was a little more dominant in how he looked, but he's still 1/2 & 1/2 

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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

 

 

Moreso werewolf than vampire if you ask me.

There wasn't a more or less, he took on characteristics of both, maybe the werewolf disease was a little more dominant in how he looked, but he's still 1/2 & 1/2

There's still dominance in genes. Werewolf is dominant is all.

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Moreso werewolf than vampire if you ask me.

There wasn't a more or less, he took on characteristics of both, maybe the werewolf disease was a little more dominant in how he looked, but he's still 1/2 & 1/2

There's still dominance in genes. Werewolf is dominant is all.

 

 

Doesn't make it more one or less the other. Just like with mixed babies my wife's brother has two little girls who are mixed with their mother's blue eyes. Doesn't make them more black or white, just means they are pretty.

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Given a choice, I always kind of liked Frankenstein's Monster, if I had to pick one to be.

I could go out in sunlight, I don't need a full moon to get jiggy, I can wear a hat and coat to disguise myself when I go to the grocery store, and I can still yank people's arms off if they get annoying. It's a win-win!

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Given a choice, I always kind of liked Frankenstein's Monster, if I had to pick one to be.

I could go out in sunlight, I don't need a full moon to get jiggy, I can wear a hat and coat to disguise myself when I go to the grocery store, and I can still yank people's arms off if they get annoying. It's a win-win!

Except ya know, you would also be made of several dead people...

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Given a choice, I always kind of liked Frankenstein's Monster, if I had to pick one to be.

 

 

You choose wrongly, it's between Vamps and 'wolves, no Frankenstein's or we open a whole new can of worms.  :upside:

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Given a choice, I always kind of liked Frankenstein's Monster, if I had to pick one to be.

 

 

You choose wrongly, it's between Vamps and 'wolves, no Frankenstein's or we open a whole new can of worms.  :upside:

Ew.

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Not that there was any doubt as to where I fall in this discussion, but Werewolf FTW.

 

I like real food, don't like living in cities, am very loyal (not a trait vampires are known for), and enjoy the freedom to come and go as I wish, day or night.

 

Also, vampires have a plethora of weaknesses/vulnerabilities, whereas werewolves only have the one. And, lets be honest here, how many silver bullets have you ever seen in your lifetime? I'm pretty positive that I have no idea exactly how many holy objects I've seen. Vampires are helpless in the sunlight/when the sun is out; werewolves are helpless well, never.

 

 

Also, ub3r n3rd is right, Doc. You've gotta pick one or the other. It's in the rules. ::):

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Werewolves in the classical sense are only werewolves during the full moon, so they are technically just as human and vulnerable to death as a normal human 25 days per month making them weak 25 days per month when they aren't howling at the full moon. Vampires are always immortal even if they have some weaknesses.

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Ok, fair point, but then it comes down to how we're defining our monsters, in the classical sense, in the D&D sense, or in the Underworld sense. Also, I'm not sure that I would call the ability to blend in a weakness, necessarily.

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Ok, fair point, but then it comes down to how we're defining our monsters, in the classical sense, in the D&D sense, or in the Underworld sense. Also, I'm not sure that I would call the ability to blend in a weakness, necessarily.

 

You call it blending in, I call it frailty.  :;):

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In the classical sense, werewolves were only wolves when the Call came to do battle with the forces of darkness.

 

I don't know where the full moon thing came from, but I suspect it may be recent.

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