Dracomicron wrote: »
Dear Dr. Melding,
What happens if a dracula bites The Wolf Man? What happens if they bite each other? Do they cancel out? Asking for a friend.
An American Normal Human in London
Brainleech wrote: »
I have scars from someone with a Vampire Fetish
Should I be worried? form being bit from someone who had vampire fangs and they were ever so sharp
OmnipotentBagel wrote: »
Wasn't one of Dracula's original powers the ability to turn into a wolf?
Platypus Beirut wrote: »
Dear D. Melding,
it has come to my attention that draculas seem to employ different feeding strategies - some seem able to feed on their prey without killing them whereas others will suck a person dry
Are these two different types of dracula or is this down to the personal preference of the dracula in question
Wyvern wrote: »
A general question: of the various types of corporeal undead, which do and do not contain the bodies' original souls? I feel that this information is important when determining how to ethically deal with them (for instance, neutralizing a group of zombies by permanently entombing them but leaving them otherwise intact should not be considered a satisfactory resolution if so doing would leave human souls imprisoned in undead bodies unnecessarily).
Hobnail wrote: »
This forum has taken everything from me
Schmimpy Pimpy wrote: »
This hurts but I deserve it
Polaritie wrote: »
I love the idea that necromancers go wraith and then just ignore everyone because they now have infinite time for intellectual pursuits.
Has it ever been fruitful to try and get advice from one of them on dealing with a matter? Say, by bringing them a rare book or something (I mean, they probably could take it if they knew where it was, but I figure if they've gone undead scholar you may be able to get them to tell you how to put down something unusual).
Karrde1842 wrote: »
How would a dracula be affected if one were subjected to the water pressure at the bottom of the ocean? Say by kicking one out of a submarine somehow?
milski wrote: »
Dr Melding, a few questions:You mentioned that a Zombielord might attempt to become a Lich. Are these sorts of undead-to-undead transformations possible for other types of undead, e.g. a dracula to a lich? If so, have you encountered any particularly long/bizarre chains of undeath?
Your solution to draculas involves burning them to ashes, so I wonder: Are draculas, or specifically dracula bones, more flammable than typical humans? Burning bone to ash requires some very high temperatures not readily available with a common torch.
Are reanimated creatures and/or creatures with their minds/souls shifted by psionics considered undead? Can psions take over the minds of intelligent undead safely?
Tube wrote: »
Could a necromancer force the soul out of a living body to create a zombielord that is still alive? I'm asking for a friend