05
Jul
10

Vampire Hunters


*** DISCLAIMER – THIS BLOG IS FICTION AND THE AUTHOR IS NOT LIABLE FOR THE ACTION OF ANYONE WHO PERSISTS IN THINKING IT IS NOT FICTION ***

The traditional reason for any Vampire, New or Old, going into hiding is of course the mob, but these days they may have committed a crime.

In the Old Days, we could do what we liked until we were kept in check by the mob.

We used to be hunted by vampire hunters but now we have vampires who are Vampire Hunters.

They are, of course, all New Vampires as Old Vampires do not work unless *ahem* it is absolutely necessary.

A Vampire Hunter is a New Vampire who craves Status and power, but does not want to do the work and wait for it.

And there is nothing they love so much than taking down an Old Vampire.

Vampire Hunters have a special Status all of their own. They are allowed to go anywhere and do anything.

As much as we would like to, we Old Vampires cannot stop them from intruding into our lives.

They have no ties to anyone but themselves. And a vampire that crosses them disappears.

They will do anything necessary to keep the knowledge of vampires as much a secret as possible, as well as doing things that are, well, unnecessary.

It is unnecessary to re-name Vampire Hunters, even though they are now Vampires instead of humans. It’s an old name, with an old tradition behind it.

The vampires who are now Vampire Hunters merely extracted the information and methodologies from the humans who were Vampire Hunters.

Of course, they have improved upon the methods they got. They wouldn’t be vampires if they couldn’t do that.

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