On 12/2/07, valkoharja <rintasaa_at_JIPI8x2xqX-W2_i81XOcX3khO7yiHxkSZ4j9L1ISzCAoIIscnRWmDJUUR5jml1-0aPD6hdj1eq8RA7XL75SQ.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> Interesting ansvers Trotsky and Jeff. Food for thought. Thanks.
> Plenty of scope for me to play with "vampire grimoire" in my sorcerer
> game I think. I agree that vampirism, like other forms of chaos takes
> many forms. A vampire basically has a particular type of spiritual
> wound, and is clinging on to it's existance by feeding on the
> lifeforce of others.
> Many ways to do it, I'm sure. Many tragic tales of how each particular
> type of vampirism has started, and many people seeking the state for
> the corrupt power and ageless half-life that it brings.
> -Adept : who likes the vampires of Glorantha because they are proper
> monsters, instead of the "dark nobility" of White Wolf.
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