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Hello everybody, I've just joined the site and I must say it is absolutely packed full of information! I must congratulate who ever made this site Smile Anyways, I just wanted
to know if a vampire is running fast, would everything slow down for them, so they can take in what their doing. If they wouldn't see it slowed down would they get an injury from tripping or crashing? Also can they endure pain better than humans? Thank you Smile
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Annalise wrote:
Hello everybody, I've just joined the site and I must say it is absolutely packed full of information! I must congratulate who ever made this site Smile Anyways, I just wanted
to know if a vampire is running fast, would everything slow down for them, so they can take in what their doing. If they wouldn't see it slowed down would they get an injury from tripping or crashing? Also can they endure pain better than humans? Thank you Smile


Hi Annalise!

First of all welcome to this site from the Admins! Smile I'm glad that you are finding it useful and helpful at the same time.

To answer your questions:

1. First of all once a vampire is transformed, everything evolves or transforms. So a human's body goes to different changes. Skeletal, muscular, sensory, circulatory and all of these functions changes once the transformation begins. So when it comes to speed, things don't generally slow down but the vampires reaction speed or response is synchronized with it to avoid any injuries or crashing. I also suggest you read Jake's/Admin's post on Vampire's in brief, vampire's transformation and his post on Am I a Vampire. The links are below, I think it can help clear up some of your queries.

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2. And your question when it comes to pain, well Vampires can endure more pain than a normal human. But still the pain is there and it can also get very painful if vampires are severely injured. You have to remember that most of the senses of a vampire is heightened so if they get great injuries then of course the pain follows. It is also different for each one, some are more adept when it comes to managing pain which of course comes with age.


I hope I shed light to some of your questions, welcome once again to the site!

Blessed be,
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Re: Vampire Speed and Pain Endurance?
Post on Tue Sep 25, 2012 9:04 am  Blasphemous
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And your question when it comes to pain, well Vampires can endure more pain than a normal human. But still the pain is there and it can also get very painful if vampires are severely injured. You have to remember that most of the senses of a vampire is heightened so if they get great injuries then of course the pain follows. It is also different for each one, some are more adept when it comes to managing pain which of course comes with age.
So, say, a minor cut/scrape/bruise would surely sting, but the vampyr can feed to basically cure him/herself of the pain, correct?

But how about something more drastic like a deep stab or gun shot wound? Ever for mortal humans, these injuries, if left untreated, would almost definitely prove fatal within minutes. But what if it happened to a vampyr in a secluded area of a city, for instance, and there was no one around to assist, or any animals to be provided a feast? :O

And out of sheer curiosity, would a severed limb prove certain death as well, due to the immense blood loss? Suspect
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Re: Vampire Speed and Pain Endurance?
Post on Tue Sep 25, 2012 10:44 am  Whitedemon
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Charm Moonchild wrote:
And your question when it comes to pain, well Vampires can endure more pain than a normal human. But still the pain is there and it can also get very painful if vampires are severely injured. You have to remember that most of the senses of a vampire is heightened so if they get great injuries then of course the pain follows. It is also different for each one, some are more adept when it comes to managing pain which of course comes with age.
So, say, a minor cut/scrape/bruise would surely sting, but the vampyr can feed to basically cure him/herself of the pain, correct?

But how about something more drastic like a deep stab or gun shot wound? Ever for mortal humans, these injuries, if left untreated, would almost definitely prove fatal within minutes. But what if it happened to a vampyr in a secluded area of a city, for instance, and there was no one around to assist, or any animals to be provided a feast? :O

And out of sheer curiosity, would a severed limb prove certain death as well, due to the immense blood loss? Suspect

actually i wanted to ask this question.if a vampire is bleeding so can he die? Suspect and if the wound is very deep can he use herbal medicine or something like that? scratch
Blasphemous wrote:
Charm Moonchild wrote:
And your question when it comes to pain, well Vampires can endure more pain than a normal human. But still the pain is there and it can also get very painful if vampires are severely injured. You have to remember that most of the senses of a vampire is heightened so if they get great injuries then of course the pain follows. It is also different for each one, some are more adept when it comes to managing pain which of course comes with age.
So, say, a minor cut/scrape/bruise would surely sting, but the vampyr can feed to basically cure him/herself of the pain, correct?

But how about something more drastic like a deep stab or gun shot wound? Ever for mortal humans, these injuries, if left untreated, would almost definitely prove fatal within minutes. But what if it happened to a vampyr in a secluded area of a city, for instance, and there was no one around to assist, or any animals to be provided a feast? :O

And out of sheer curiosity, would a severed limb prove certain death as well, due to the immense blood loss? Suspect


Great questions everyone and well I will try to explain more about drastic injuries or wounds as you mentioned it. Ben is correct, minor cut/scrapes/bruise takes about a few minutes to heal completely. They would sting but then it is manageable. Feeding can definitely help with the healing but if it's just minor it can be managed.

Now, comes the million dollar question, deep stabs or gun shot wounds or anything in that area. Every vampire is their own doctor. Basically, knowing how to protect your head, heart and how to treat your injuries are some of the things that are going to be taught by the coven. Essential survival skills if I can put it that way. Aside from finding blood, you will also be taught how to attend to any injuries that can be fatal to you. So say you got stabbed or shot, if these were minor injuries it will take a vampire about 2 weeks to fully heal. When these injuries occur near the heart or brain it takes 4 to 5 weeks to fully heal. But if it is a major injury it might take a month to fully heal.. Blood is certainly the key to your healing just in case you have these kinds of injuries. That's why when you become a vampire you will be taught all these necessities by your coven.

Oh and Sepehr, yes herbal medicine can also be used to heal injuries. You'll be surprised how many vampires turn to these remedies. Wink And yes if the bleeding is not addressed properly there can be a chance of fainting and going weak and all..

Blessed Be,
 

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