Stefan all the way baby. He is so hot and who wouldn't pick him? I would. Damon is okay to look at, but he, under no circumstances, is as hot as Stefan (Paul Wesley). I love the Vampire Diaries series (books). I have been in love with vampires since I read, watched, and fell in love with the Twilight series. Go Stefan lovers.
I agree with everything you've said about Twilight and loving Stefan, but Damon is so much hotter! I'm in love with him almost as much as I am with Taylor Lautner. I still like Stefan more though.
They are both hot but Stefan is hotter than Damon, he's just so fit! Anyone who loves Stefan I agree with them, he's so cute as well.
Don't get me wrong, Damon is beautiful, but there is something about Stefan that makes him so much hotter and better. All the guys are really hot on The Vampire Diaries, but Stefan is the hottest!
I still say Damon. Stefan reminds me of Edward from Twilight, who is to serious and needs to relax.
Vampires do not exist. They are just mythical folklore intended to scare the public. Therefore, vampires do not have a favorite color. If they did exist, then a vampire's favorite color might be red, for blood.
Yes, Transylvania still exists today as a region in present-day Romania. It is located in the central part of the country and is known for its rich history, cultural heritage, and natural landscapes.
Vampires are fictional creatures, so it is not possible to have a conversation with a real vampire. If you come across someone claiming to be a vampire, they are likely involved in a role-playing or subculture community. Engaging with them may involve participating in their activities or discussing their interests.
Yes, there are different types of vampires in folklore and popular culture. For example, some vampires are believed to be undead creatures that feed on human blood to sustain their own immortality, while others are portrayed as more romantic figures with heightened senses and a lust for blood. Different cultures have their own unique interpretations of vampires as well.
Various cultures and individuals believe in vampires. Folklore and legends about vampires exist in many cultures, with some regions having a stronger belief in them than others. Additionally, some individuals may have personal beliefs or interests in vampires due to popular culture and literature.
People are attracted to vampires because they represent a sense of danger and mystery. Vampires are often portrayed as powerful, seductive, and immortal beings, which can be alluring to some. Additionally, the allure of forbidden love and the idea of being bitten and transformed can be appealing to those seeking excitement and escapism.
There is currently no concrete evidence that extraterrestrial life exists. While scientists continue to search for signs of life beyond Earth, no definitive proof has been found yet. However, given the vastness of the universe, many scientists believe it is likely that there could be other forms of life out there.
The lifespan of vampires is typically described as being immortal or at least significantly longer than that of humans. In mythology and fiction, vampires are often portrayed as being able to live for centuries or even millennia, sustaining their existence by feeding on the blood of the living. However, specific details about their lifespan can vary depending on the story or interpretation.
The first female vampire in literature is often considered to be Carmilla, a character created by Sheridan Le Fanu in his novella "Carmilla" published in 1872. Carmilla predates Bram Stoker's "Dracula" (1897) and is a significant influence on the portrayal of female vampires in later works.
In fictional lore, witches and vampires can have varying abilities and weaknesses depending on the mythology. In some stories, witches may have the power to harm or kill vampires using spells or potions. However, it ultimately depends on the specific rules and mythology established in the story or universe in question.
According to vampire lore, vampires are unable to enter a house without an invitation or permission from the owner. If a vampire tries to enter a house without permission, it is said that they will be physically repelled or barred from entering. This is a common characteristic in vampire mythology and is believed to be a way to prevent vampires from harming or preying on people inside their homes.
Vampires and blood-sucking monsters do not exist in reality. They are creatures of folklore, legends, and popular culture. Different cultures have varying depictions of vampires, but they are generally portrayed as immortal beings that feed on the blood of the living. These creatures are not real and exist only in myths, books, movies, and other fictional works.
Yes, GSE (Government-Sponsored Enterprise) really exists. GSEs are private companies created by the U.S. government to fulfill specific public policy objectives, such as promoting access to homeownership and providing liquidity to the mortgage market. Examples of GSEs include Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, which play a significant role in the U.S. housing market.
There is no specific "vampire language" as vampires are fictional creatures. However, in various works of fiction, vampires may speak different languages depending on their origin or cultural background. For example, some vampires in popular culture are depicted as speaking Romanian, while others speak English or other languages depending on the setting of the story.
There is no definitive way to tell if someone is a vampire as they are fictional creatures. In folklore, common signs of vampirism include pale skin, sensitivity to sunlight, and an aversion to garlic and holy symbols. However, these characteristics vary across different vampire myths and legends.
Vampires can be both solitary creatures or live in groups known as covens, clans, or families. It often depends on the lore or mythology being followed. In some stories, vampires prefer to be solitary and operate individually, while in others they form communities with hierarchies and familial relationships. Ultimately, it varies across different vampire tales.
When exposed to sunlight, a vampire's skin begins to burn and blister. They experience extreme pain and their flesh can disintegrate or burst into flames. In some vampire lore, sunlight is lethal and can lead to their immediate destruction. Overall, sunlight is a known weakness for vampires.
In vampire folklore, it is believed that vampires cannot enter a person's house unless invited in. This concept is rooted in ancient superstitions and legends, where homes were considered sacred and protected spaces. By inviting a vampire in, you are essentially granting them permission to cross the threshold and eroding the protective boundary of the house.
No, vampires are often depicted as being immortal or having a significantly longer lifespan than humans. In folklore and popular culture, vampires are known for their ability to live for centuries, if not indefinitely, as long as they can sustain themselves by feeding on blood.
In popular vampire mythology, vampires typically turn humans into vampires by biting them and draining their blood. The vampire's bite infuses the human with their own vampire essence, turning them into a vampire. Additionally, some vampire myths suggest that drinking the blood of a vampire can also transform a human into a vampire.
You cannot. Vampires are entirely fictional.
If your father is a vampire and your mother is living then you will be a Dhampir, which is sort of what you are asking.
No. of course they ain't.
Yeah I think they are and I don't care if people call me a freak!
No matter whether you believe in them or not, they are supposed to be living dead so I guess they are both.
I think you meant vampires when you wrote "vanpiers", so...I'll answer it as if it was "Are vampires alive?". No, vampires are not alive. They are called the undead, after all. They are dead, but they can move and stuff. It is different how the vampire became that way exactly according to what you are watching, reading, ect, but the way I've heard it is that the vampire that turned them infects the person with their own blood, and the vampire blood cells slowly take over.
Obviously they are vampires, and instead of food they need the blood of a human to survive. Careful who you befriend because they might actually be a vampire that wants your neck blood. In Twilight it happened to Bella who let the vampire have sexual relations with her. Creating another vampire spawn. Please don't make this mistake because it will just make more work for me...I am a vampire exterminator for a living. Just google vampire killer extraordinaire if you need wooden stakes, garlic, or silver bullets because I sell them all.
yes they are kind of like them cus they suck you blood.