20
Apr
15

Vicars


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

 I have met vicars and while some of them, especially the Celts, have fire in convictions, voice and soul most of them are a poor breed.

With these only the cross they wear prevents me from touching them and that makes me realise they are not a danger to me.

The real vicars, or true believers when they are wearing the cross, I have had to cross the road to avoid.

It starts with an uncomfortable feeling which progresses in intensity as they come nearer and nearer to you.

Unfortunately the older you are, the more uncomfortable you feel. It is thought that exposure to people who really believe sensitises Old Vampires to this feeling.

My New Vampire informant tells me that while New Vampires do not feel uncomfortable, they dislike crosses on principle and will not go near them.

Many Old Vampires have had to live with the daily sight of crosses and it is thought that the revulsion it initially causes has gone elsewhere.

Certainly debutante Old Vampires revile the cross, but part of their teaching is to live with the sight of it.

Old Vampire Servants are taught this as well. Jane tells me when she was a New Vampire she avoided crosses with the rest of them.

When she became an Old Vampire Servant she was inured to their sight, but now cannot go near certain shops as they are too near a church or cathedral.

I have mentioned this to other Old Vampires, but it is dismissed because she is a servant.

I opened my mouth to say her point was valid, but closed it soon when I realised that my stock is low enough without placing validity on a servant’s viewpoint.

I have not even thought of mentioning what my New Vampire informant said.

Glossary

Bonded Wedding Old Vampire marriage for political reasons

Common Status the point at where an Old Vampire becomes a real Vampire

Debutante Vampires before Dracula came out, vampires who had been newly turned vampire were taught the rules of society. They then “came out” when they were deemed presentable to vampire society as debutantes. They are the only Old Vampires who have a zero level of Status and are acceptable.

The Committee see The Committee to Regulate Non-Human Activity

The Committee to Regulate Non-Human Activity a committee that meets monthly and talks about affairs to do with werewolves, vampires and humans

Fence an Old Vampire fight in which they fight to the first blood using fencing

The Hunters see Vampire Hunters

Negatives Old Vampires with zero or negative points of Status.

New Vampires vampires who do not want to be Old Vampires, often live as Goths and hold down jobs. This started after Dracula came out.

Notice the Status Keeper serves a Notice on an Old Vampire whose Status has reduced to zero that they are in danger of becoming a Negative

Obligation when one vampire is under an obligation from another s/he has to do as they say

Old Vampires vampires who are polite society. Either turned vampire before Dracula came out or were turned after by an Old Vampire and decided to join the Old Vampires.

Parent the vampire who brought you up (if you are an Old Vampire) in polite society

The Ruler’s Men people employed by The Ruler to do anything she or he asks

Shun a vampire who has committed a sex crime is shunned on their release

Sire the vampire who made you a vampire

Status a ranking system which denotes whether you are an acceptable member of Old Vampire society, which is if you have plus points of status. See Negatives and Thousands

Status Keeper the Old Vampire in charge of the Status points

Thousands Old Vampires whose Status is over a hundred points

Vampire Hunters New vampires who hunt down those vampires who have committed crimes

Vampire Servants servants who are vampires themselves. Mostly Old Vampires, one of their functions is to repeat information and gossip to the Old Vampires they serve

Walk into the sun a euphemism for suicide

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