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16th May '17 2:22:17 PM nombretomado
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Tsukihime}}'', assuming the vampire doesn't just eat you, the bite is actually pretty mild. Unfortunately, the vampire will also put a little of its ''own'' blood back into you, which is horribly painful and makes you feel "as though you have mud in your veins".

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Tsukihime}}'', ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'', assuming the vampire doesn't just eat you, the bite is actually pretty mild. Unfortunately, the vampire will also put a little of its ''own'' blood back into you, which is horribly painful and makes you feel "as though you have mud in your veins".
9th Jan '17 7:14:52 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' also nods to vampire bats in the episode "Fear And Loathing In Endsville", as quoted above.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' also nods makes a nod to vampire bats in the episode "Fear And Loathing In Endsville", as quoted above.Grim learns that Dracula don't suck... blood. He scrapes and licks.
-->"Naw, see that's a myth. [[ThirdPersonPerson Dracula]] scrap with his fangs and lick up the blood."
8th Jan '17 10:27:33 AM Xtifr
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* In Creator/CharlesStross' ''[[Literature/TheLaundrySeries The Rhesus Chart]]'' vampires are created via a form of DemonicPossession whereby an extradimensional parasitic intelligence possesses a subject, usually a ritual magician, granting powers in exchange for victims. Feeding on blood creates a link between the vampire's parasite and the victim, and the victim dies of something resembling [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bovine_spongiform_encephalopathy mad cow disease]] within weeks courtesy of the parasite snacking on their brain. If they don't feed the parasite, the parasite consumes the vampire.

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* In Creator/CharlesStross' ''[[Literature/TheLaundrySeries The Rhesus Chart]]'' Laundry novel ''Literature/TheRhesusChart'', vampires are created via a form of DemonicPossession whereby an extradimensional extra-dimensional parasitic intelligence possesses a subject, usually a ritual magician, granting powers in exchange for victims. Feeding on blood creates a link between the vampire's parasite and the victim, and the victim dies of something resembling [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bovine_spongiform_encephalopathy mad cow disease]] within weeks weeks, courtesy of the parasite snacking on their brain. If they don't feed the parasite, the parasite consumes the vampire.
9th Nov '16 3:20:53 AM outlander2012
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* In the third book of the ''[[Literature/PresidentsVampire]] series, when Nathaniel Cade, desperately needing blood to save himself, attacks an IntrepidJournalist, the description makes a vampire bite seem more like an attack by a big cat than a traditional depiction.
-->''That was the last thing she thought before Cade ripped out her throat. The writers who described a vampire's bite as [[KissOfTheVampire two neat puncture wounds in the neck]] were either [[BloodlessCarnage being polite]] or [[FailedASpotCheck or had never really looked their own teeth]]. A vampire, when he bites, hyperextends his canines, the third tooth on each side from the centre. They are necessary for any carnivore, designed by evolution for the express purpose of rending flesh. Canines are used for only one thing, even by humans. Canines tear. [[spoiler: Megan Roark's]] head was attached to her body only by her broken neck and some gristle.
29th Sep '16 6:07:51 PM WillBGood
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* Played for dark laughs in a Creator/JhonenVasquez story: A young VampireVannabe, Eric, desperately wants to be a vampire for real and [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor gets his wish]]-- only to end up with a case of LooksLikeOrlock turned UpToEleven, with an enormous bald head and fangs that resemble walrus tusks. He feeds by plunging one of these tusks straight into the top of the skull of his victim, not unlike puncturing a juice can with an old-style can opener. It probably kills the victim outright and horrifies Eric too, especially since he was probably imagining something more pleasant (oddly enough, the bite that turns him is a classic KissOfTheVampire).

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* Played for dark laughs in a Creator/JhonenVasquez story: A young VampireVannabe, Eric, desperately wants to be a vampire for real and [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor gets his wish]]-- only to end up with a case of LooksLikeOrlock turned UpToEleven, with an enormous bald head and fangs that resemble walrus tusks. He feeds by plunging one of these tusks straight into the top of the skull of his victim, not unlike puncturing a juice can with an old-style can opener. It probably kills the victim outright and horrifies Eric too, especially since he was probably imagining something more pleasant (oddly enough, the bite that turns him is a classic KissOfTheVampire).
18th Sep '16 12:48:20 AM WillBGood
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* Played for dark laughs in a Creator/JhonenVasquez story: A young VampireVannabe, Eric, desperately wants to be a vampire for real and [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor gets his wish]]-- only to end up with a case of LooksLikeOrlock turned UpToEleven, with an enormous bald head and fangs that resemble walrus tusks. He feeds by plunging one of these tusks straight into the top of the skull of his victim, not unlike puncturing a juice can with an old-style can opener. It probably kills the victim outright and horrifies Eric too, especially since he was probably imagining something more pleasant (oddly enough, the bite that turns him is a classic KissOfTheVampire).
16th Sep '16 3:35:35 PM Franzi1011
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* While most of the vampire attacks in ''Film/TheFearlessVampireKillers'' are on the jugular, at a certain point a man is brought in with vampire bites ''all over his body'', and hardly any blood left.

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* While most of the vampire attacks in ''Film/TheFearlessVampireKillers'' are on the jugular, at a certain point a man the innkeeper Shagal after trying to save his daughter from Count von Krolock, is brought in found with vampire bites ''all over his body'', and hardly any blood left.
19th Aug '16 3:40:58 PM TheNerevarine
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* Vampire attacks in ''ComicBook/{{Crimson}}'' are anything but pretty, usually involving maiming and tearing the victims apart with the claws and fangs. Even the nicest vampires like Joe are prone to feeding this way.
13th Mar '16 8:07:21 PM Materioptikon
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* {{Alucard}} of ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' tends to not bother with subtlety ever. Unless maybe it'll make the MindScrew ''even worse''. He's been told that "It's not good to play with your food," but evidentially it didn't take (also, he ate the person who said that). He won't sink two delicate fangs into your neck; he'll open his huge toothy maw, latch onto your throat to lift you off the ground, worry you like a dog, and devour your broken body. Probably after he's done crushing you in battle, and almost definitely while laughing. He can also absorb blood that's anywhere nearby - [[spoiler:in the manga, he calls ''rivers'' of spilt blood to him through the streets of a war-scarred London; and in the anime, he revives himself using the blood spilt in the tower of London]]. Feeding or no, he'll make a mess of you because it's ''fun''.

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* {{Alucard}} of ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' tends to not bother with subtlety ever. Unless maybe it'll make the MindScrew ''even worse''. He's been told that "It's not good to play with your food," but evidentially evidently it didn't take (also, he ate the person who said that). He won't sink two delicate fangs into your neck; he'll open his huge toothy maw, latch onto your throat to lift throat, lifting you off the ground, worry you savage flesh and sinew like a dog, and devour your broken body. Probably after he's done crushing you in battle, and almost definitely while laughing. He can also absorb blood that's anywhere nearby - [[spoiler:in the manga, he calls ''rivers'' of spilt blood to him through the streets of a war-scarred London; and in the anime, he revives himself using the blood spilt in the tower of London]]. Feeding or no, he'll make a mess of you because it's ''fun''.
3rd Mar '16 11:49:37 PM WillBGood
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In ''FanFic/RevengeOfTheEnergyVampire'', being attacked and drained by [[WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand Nos-4-A2]] is depicted as being very unpleasant and painful. He even uses it as a method of [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]].

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In ''FanFic/RevengeOfTheEnergyVampire'', being attacked and drained by [[WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand Nos-4-A2]] is depicted as being very unpleasant and painful. He even uses it as a method of [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]].
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