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Author Comments

Ienitavereth of House Sarratist, Ieni for short (read: y'eni). She is a character in a vampire novel I'm working on. In that book I show evolutionary/ atheist vampirism. She, as well as all vampires are products of evolution and I managed to dig up enough biological data to explain most vampire qualities in a feasible way. Though there is a way of making humans into vampire-like creatures. They, like all animals, differ into multiple species and families I call Houses (Something like in VTM universe). Some developed U-sociality, which lead to transforming humans into thralls.

She is a product of at least 30 000 years of House Sarratist's attempts at blending into humans and a crowning achievement of her parents, who spent 400 years mutating and self-evolving their genes to produce as human looking offspring as possible. She is as human as it gets in the novel... though there's a lot to be upgraded "inside", ain't she a messy eater. most other vampires don't even wear clothes let alone have human intelligence or level of sentience.

House Sarratist is a species also dubbed as "Dragons" or "Wizards". They used to resemble flying lizards so they are in my novel the inspiration to humans to create the myth of a dragon, they also show draconian cruelty >:D and can breathe fire, more primitive ones spray boiling water, modern ones spray hydrogen and methane gas. At war with house Horthor, the two species are the only human/ sentient races of vampires.


Isn't she just lovely?

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I know :3 Me wanna cuddle her.

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Mar 31, 2014 | 5:24 PM EDT
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