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A Guide To Recognizing The ‘Vampire Academy’ Vampire Standing In Front Of You

Gird your loins, thirsty young academics: with “Vampire Academy” out Friday (February 7) in theaters everywhere, you’re about to walk into the hallowed halls of St.the night desk’s insight:Now the world knows about the Moroi, the Dhampir, and the Strig…

Gird your loins, thirsty young academics: with “Vampire Academy” out Friday (February 7) in theaters everywhere, you’re about to walk into the hallowed halls of St.

Now the world knows about the Moroi, the Dhampir, and the Strigoi, we thought it was important for you to be able to identify which vampire might approach you, and what reaction you should take to spare yourself from becoming their lunch. The Moroi, like most individuals on a liquid diet, are pale and thin, even though they are quite possibly going to suck your blood, they generally don’t do it without your permission. Most of the time, they get their blood from their half human, half vamp counterparts, the Dhampir (I suspect its part of the protection gig, they have been enlisted to do.) If your vamp, has some evil looking red eyes, you’re screwed. Run, pray, heck, pray while youre running… you are going to need as much help as possible surviving the Strigoi. Which one do you think you have encountered?

By Veritas

Veritas is a faerie child, switched at birth and left with wonderful parents in a small shack deep in the hills of West Virginia. He believes in magick and hopes to inspire readers lured into the enchanted path. Occasionally, he'll post contributions from other authors so drop us an email if you're interested.

2 replies on “A Guide To Recognizing The ‘Vampire Academy’ Vampire Standing In Front Of You”

A teen movie far superior to Twilight, with a strong female protagonist and a strong folkloric background for its three types of vampiric beings.

The Strigoi are the “run-from” creatures in this saga, and “creatures” applies only to them, really/ The Moroi and their Dhampir guardians are of a quite human behavioral standard.

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