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Spirit Pg 55

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Gugnugl's avatar
Mettaton would love her 
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Once again sorry about that long comment I got WAY too carried away with. I tend to be unable to stop talking once I have something on my mind.
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Don't worry about it, it was kind of interesting to hear about. I can definitely tell that is a big interest of yours ^^
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Ah good. In combination with my talkativeness I am also socially awkward (and ironically outgoing at the same time I just tend to make faux pas)
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(NOTE: this is placed after i typed the following thing and is meant for me to apologize in advance for getting carried away... I am kinda a folklore/mythology nerd... I get VERY carried away. But it is still interesting I would recommend hearing what I have to say plus as you will see it starts off about this comic but it reminded me about it so now I am getting carried away.) Well that explains why she is called "Fae" she is a ghost but is very fairylike (come to think of it fairies vary heavily in the lore, some are even hideous or evil. And I have heard of some fairy legends involving a fairy that used to be human but... well basically formerly human undead fairies are a thing in the lore. Some were even vampiric. And by vampiric I mean that not all vampires were the same in the lore. We got a fair deal of popular culture depictions of vampires from european folklore and even then they are a far cry from how they are depicted in pop culture because pop culture came up with inventions of their own. Back in the old folklore almost all vampires in the old legends did not die because of sunlight they were just like a normal corpse during the day and that made it easier to sneak up on them. The first vampire to die of sunlight atleast in the way that has become part of pop culture was the antagonist of a 1922 silent film. Not even Dracula in Bram Stoker's novel died of sunlight he was merely weakened during daylight hours. Also the only trait that was needed for any legendary creature to be distinguished as "vampire" is that they consume the blood or life-force of their victims which means the type of succubus or incubus that drained life force in their... attacks actually count as vampires because they drain life-force in fact some vampires were not even undead the varying classifications are: vampiric revenants which are the ones that are undead yet also still retain their bodies... Y'know the walking corpses that do not look as such or at least not in pop culture since in some legends they did look decayed, then there are vampiric ghosts... name is self-explanatory, vampiric fae which are of course fairies of a vampiric nature, living vampires which are vampires in legends that are not even undead they are alive. Anyways if you wanna see how weird vampires can get across the world there is one particular asian legend... look up "Penanggalan" just a warning it is a somewhat disturbing legend. And for A LOT of vampire folklore and mythology there is this: vampmyth.com. Do not worry link is safe it us kinda my go to website for this kind of stuff. Go look deeper into this if you would like. But as a warning I will tell you that it will flip your perception of vampires forever. You will probably never look at how they are depicted in pop culture the same way again.)
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I will now try to make friends with you and will answer anything at least at one point 'cause I love the way you describe things and I love anything of mythology even if I'm not too much into it- I always love to hear people talk about it-- and you seem loke a nice person. *Much tries of befriend here *

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I see what you mean in your other comment-- Imma read that now-

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