29
Aug
10

Agreement Between Old and New Vampires


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

There are a few things on which both Old and New Vampires agree.

One of them is that a vampire can wear whatever a vampire wants.  Normally Old and New vampires leave one another alone, but if an Old Vampire verbally attacked a New Vampire’s clothes (or vice versa) then any vampire (Old or New) would take that vampire down and the Vampire Hunters will not interfere.

Another is that unless Old Vampires and New Vampires seek one another out, both of us leave one another alone.

If I, or another Old Vampire is out hunting and we chance upon a New Vampire, we give one another a polite nod and both of us leave the area immediately.

It’s very annoying as I have lost food this way, but it prevents confrontation which would bring the Vampire Hunters down on both of us.

It’s much better to lose food and live than to gain food and never be seen again.  Vampire Hunters let New Vampires get away with far too much, but if a New Vampire is bringing down exposure on all of us, they will not hesitate to deal with her or him.

When Old and New Vampires have to meet, we follow the Rules of Engagement.  The Rules are strict, but we all know that if we stick firmly to these Rules a bloodbath will be avoided.

Occasionally there is a New Vampire who does not stick to the Rules.  The rest of the New Vampires then literally fold their arms to state they are doing nothing and watch us deal with her or him.

The one time the Rules do not apply is when a vampire is losing a fight against another supernatural being.  If it’s only vampires fighting, anything can happen, but allowing others to beat up vampires sets a dangerous precedent.

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