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Sep
10

Parent and Sire


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

A parent is someone who brings a vampire up, whereas a sire is someone who makes a human into a vampire.

It is possible that a sire could be a parent, but there is a strong tradition that the two are separate people.

This is because a sire will feel a strong desire to protect her or his bloodline, which can conflict with raising a vampire in the proper traditions and with the vampire being disposed of if she or he is not up to standard.

If a vampire was sired by an Old Vampire, the vampire would either be properly brought up as an Old Vampire or join the rest of the New Vampires.

Someone who has just been made a vampire has a year to choose and to change her or his mind, thus giving her or him plenty of time.

If a New Vampire does not know their sire, then the sire is a New Vampire.  They have no sense of responsibility or duties and just leave the newly-created vampire to fend for themselves.

We Old Vampires take care of each other and the offspring we sire.  We know exactly who was sired by whom, who parented whom and the obligations due to each Old Vampire.

When you accept a vampire to parent you always have an obligation to them.

The decisions they make in the future and what they do in their life reflects on you, because you brought them up.

The only time their decisions do not reflect on you is if you have been absent from the country.

Until a vampire is two centuries old her or his parent is liable for their actions.  After that, what they do is on their own necks.

If Old Vampires need to get rid of progeny, Vampire Hunters will not step in.  After all, what is one less Old Vampire to them?

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