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#1 Animesuki

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Posted 24 December 2007 - 08:50

Εσεις με ποιους ειστε?????Με τους βρυκολακες η με τους λυκανθρωπους???
(Αν γινεται ο Κομης Δρακουλας ας μεινει απεξω.)


Εγω προσωπικα,απο μικρη ηλικια εως και σημερα εχω τρελο παθος με τους βρυκολακες!!!!!:hahaha::wooi2::wooi2:Κι αυτο γιατι ειναι ελκυστικοι,δυνατοι,γοητευτικοι,μυστηριοι,μαγευτικοι και αλλα πολλα!!!:wooi2::wooi2::gn2:
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Δημοσιευμένη  εικόναA vampire is a mythical creature who overcomes death by sucking the blood from living humans. The most common variation of the myth portrays the vampire as a dead person who rises from the grave at night to seek his victim from the realm of the sleeping. The vampire is a popular theme of film makers who have started with Bram Stokers's novel (Dracula) and added a number of variations to the theme, e.g., the ability to fly (like the vampire bat); a lust for beautiful women as victims who then become vampires upon being bitten; fear of the symbol of the Christian cross; the repelling power of garlic or garlic flowers; and death by sunlight or by a special stake driven through the heart, a fitting death for a character commonly believed to be based on the 15th century warrior, Vlad the Impaler. However, according to Elizabeth Miller, author of Dracula: Sense & Nonsense (Desert Island Books, 2000), Bram Stoker did not base his vampire Count on Vlad the Impaler. He borrowed Vlad's nickname (Dracula) for a vampire character he had already conceived (and tentatively named Count Wampyr).
Legends of bloodsucking creatures are found in many cultures throughout history. One of the more popular bloodsuckers of our age is the chupacabra. The vampire is also a popular literary subject. Hence, there are numerous descriptions of the origin, nature, powers, etc. of vampires. What seems to be universal about vampire myths is their connection with the fear of death and the desire for immortality. The ritual drinking of blood to overcome death has been practiced by many peoples. The Aztecs and other Native Americans, for example, ate the hearts and drank the blood of captives in ritual ceremonies, most likely to satisfy the appetite of their gods and gain for themselves fertility and immortality. Also typical were the rites of Dionysus and Mithras, where the drinking of animal blood was required in the quest for immortality. Even today, some Christians believe that their priests perform a magical transubstantiation of bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ to be eaten and drunk in the quest to join God in eternal life.
We might say we've made progress in our ritualistic quest to overcome death. First, we sacrificed humans and drank their blood to keep the gods alive and happy, or to join them in overcoming death. We later came to substitute bulls or other animals for humans to achieve our goal. Finally, we progressed to a vegetarian menu of bread and wine. Even so, the basic truth is depressing: for anything to live, something or someone else must die. Whether this truth sets you free or not depends, I suppose, on your place at or on the dinner table. Since we are deep into metaphors, we may as well note here that the vampire has become a metaphor for those who define and create themselves by destroying others. People whose lives center on destroying other people's lives by disempowering them, who reduce their victims to dependent subjects to be lorded over, have been called spiritual vampires. Some of the therapists, ministers and gurus I've written about elsewhere in the Dictionary could be called spiritual vampires, very aptly.
This cultural link between vampirism and the quest for immortality seems to have been subordinated in literature and film, where other themes, such as blood for blood's sake, fear for fear's sake, or entrance into the realm of the occult, seem to dominate. One sign of the cultural deterioration of our ancestor's noble quest for immortality can be seen in the modern secondary meaning of 'vampire': a woman who exploits and ruins her lover. Another example of deterioration can be seen in the numerous WWW sites on vampires which appeal to occult or New Age interests such as entering the so-called dark side of reality, gaining power, establishing a unique identity as a special person or selling commercial products and games.
Apparently, role playing and masquerading as vampires is not enough to satisfy the bloodlust of some people, and covens or cults of "vampires" have emerged among some occultists. They seek blood to give them power, a sexual rush, or to establish a unique and special fictional persona based on creating fear and mystery in others. Unlike our ancient ancestors, their power is not sought because of fear based on ignorance and misunderstanding of nature, but on ignorance and misunderstanding of themselves. Like other occult cults these vampire covens are attractive to the young and the weak.* Just a few years ago, such "vampyres" would have been considered ill or evil. Today, they are said to have an "alternative lifestyle."



Werewolves, also known as lycanthropes, are mythological or folkloric people with the ability to shapeshift into a wolf or wolflike creature, either purposely, by using magic, or after being placed under a curse. The medieval chronicler Gervase of Tilbury associated the transformation with the appearance of the full moon; however, there is evidence that the association existed among the Ancient Greeks, appearing in the writings of Petronius. This concept was rarely associated with the werewolf until the idea was picked up by fiction writers.
Shape-shifters similar to werewolves are common in tales from all over the world, though most of them involve animal forms other than wolves.
Werewolves are a frequent subject of modern fictional books and films, although fictional werewolves have been attributed traits distinct from those of original folklore, most notably the vulnerability to silver bullets
Many authors have speculated that werewolf and vampire legends may have been used to explain serial killings in less enlightened ages. This theory is given credence by the tendency of some modern serial killers to indulge in practices commonly associated with werewolves, such as cannibalism, mutilation, and cyclic attacks. The idea (although not the terminology) is well explored in Sabine Baring-Gould's seminal work The Book of Werewolves.
A recent theory has been proposed to explain werewolf episodes in Europe in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.[citation needed] Ergot, which causes a form of foodborne illness, is a fungus that grows in place of rye grains in wet growing seasons after very cold winters. Ergot poisoning usually affects whole towns or poor sections of towns, resulting in hallucinations and convulsions. (The hallucinogen LSD was originally derived from ergot). Ergot poisoning has been propounded as both a cause of an individual believing that one is a werewolf and of a whole town believing that they had witnessed a werewolf. This theory, however, is controversial and not widely accepted.
Some modern researchers have tried to use conditions such as rabies, hypertrichosis (excessive hair growth over the entire body), or porphyria (an enzyme disorder with symptoms including hallucinations and paranoia) to explain werewolf beliefs. Congenital erythropoietic porphyria has clinical features which include hairy hands and face, poorly healing skin, pink urine, reddish colour to the teeth, and photosensitivity, the latter of which leads sufferers to only go out at night.
There is also a rare mental disorder called clinical lycanthropy, in which an affected person has a delusional belief that he or she is, or has transformed into, another animal, but not necessarily a wolf or werewolf. Supernatural lycanthropy myths could originate from people relating their experiences of what could be classified as a state of psychosis.[citation needed]
Others believe that werewolf legends were partly inspired from shamanism and totem animals in primitive and nature-based cultures.[citation needed]

#2 Darkchilde

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Posted 24 December 2007 - 09:31

Κι εγώ με τους βρυκόλακες είμαι. Υπάρχει μία χιουμοριστική ιστορία με αγώνα ποδοσφαίρου ανάμεσα σε βρυκόλακες και λυκάνθρωπους που διάβασα σε μία ανθολογία fantasy/horror, η οποία είχε απίστευτο γέλιο.

#3 Animesuki

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Posted 24 December 2007 - 09:38

Αμα θες πες την και σε εμας.Παντω σε παω πολυ που εισαι με τους βρυκολακες!

#4 Darkchilde

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Posted 24 December 2007 - 09:41

Αν βρώ το βιβλίο ανάμεσα στον χαμό των βιβλίων μου θα σου πώ περισσότερες λεπτομέρειες.

#5 Musashi

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Posted 24 December 2007 - 09:42

Χμμμ, δυσκολη επιλογη... Γενικα μ'αρεσουν τα πλασματα της νυχτας. Ειχα διαβασει μια ανθολογια τρομου για ενα πολυ δυνατο πλασμα της νυχτας που λεγοταν KENNYYYYYY. Ηταν πραγματικα φοβερος, γιατι τρυγυριζε τη νυχτα και εκανε απιστευτα πραγματα και οπως ειπα λεγοτανε KENNYYYY!!!?
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Posted 24 December 2007 - 11:20

VAMP-FU$KIN-PIRES!!!!Με διαφορά όμως τους προτιμώ απο τους λυκάνθρώπους.Πιο σκοτεινοί,πιο σέξυ,πιο επικύνδινοι.

Εμένα η απορία μου δεν είναι ποιος θα νικήσει.Είναι που βρίσκεται ο Kenny και δεν το έχει κλειδώσει ακόμη.
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#7 Animesuki

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Posted 24 December 2007 - 11:33

Γιατι να το κλειδωσει???:terror2:Τοσο ανουσιο ειναι πια???:emptyonexg1:
Συμφωνω με χιλια στο οτι οι βρυκολακες ειναι σεξυ!!!:wooi2:

#8 Matsu

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Posted 24 December 2007 - 11:42

Ω ναι...ανουσιο ειναι...θα μπορουσε να ειναι μια απλη ερωτηση στη Μαυρη Τρυπα..
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#9 Kenny

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Posted 24 December 2007 - 12:30

Ας κάνει άλλος τον κακό, εγώ κάνω διακοπές τώρα. :Blissfull:

Α, και...

Vampires fo' tha muthaf*ckin' WIN!!!11one

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Posted 24 December 2007 - 12:36

Moderatos σου λένε μετά....
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#11 Kenny

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Posted 24 December 2007 - 12:44

Τα κλειδώνουμε και μας λέτε κακούς/χουντικούς/whatever, δεν τα κλειδώνουμε και μας λέτε τεμπέληδες... :erk:

Ούτε διακοπές δεν μπορούμε να κάνουμε με την ησυχία μας. :sadist:

Anyway... ένα padlock την ημέρα, τα spamposts τα κάνει πέρα. :thatsit:

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#12 Animesuki

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Posted 28 December 2007 - 08:19

Τα κλειδώνουμε και μας λέτε κακούς/χουντικούς/whatever, δεν τα κλειδώνουμε και μας λέτε τεμπέληδες... :erk:

Ούτε διακοπές δεν μπορούμε να κάνουμε με την ησυχία μας. :sadist:

Anyway... ένα padlock την ημέρα, τα spamposts τα κάνει πέρα. :thatsit:

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Edit: Surpsise unlock 4 teh lulz, και για πρωτοχρονιάτικο δωράκι. :P

Ευχαριστωωωωωωωω εισαι cooool!!!!!:hahaha::hahaha::wooi2:

#13 Alexiel

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Posted 28 December 2007 - 08:31

Και εγώ πάλι προτιμώ βρυκόλακες. Ίσως γιατί ακόμα δεν έχει πέσει στα χέρια μου μία αξιοπρεπή ιστορία με λυκάνθρωπους.
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Posted 28 December 2007 - 12:01

Heart of Midnight.

Παραδόξως, werewolves all the way for me :) They are cooler :)
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#15 Dxs

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Posted 28 December 2007 - 14:44

werewolves ftw!

btw check out bitefight :D

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