Vampire Apocalypse

Know Your Enemy. A Survival Guide

There are plenty of ways an apocalypse could hit. Most folks these days are worried about zombies. Thank you The Walking Dead. Honestly people, if you avoid a herd, have you considered how absolutely rotten stupid a zombie really is?

Folks are worried about asteroids striking the earth. Climate change. Bird flu. System collapse. Genetically modified organisms. You name it, there’s an apocalyptic terror of choice. Heck, you could go with the original and be worried about Judgment Day and the fact that all the explaining in the world isn’t gonna get you out of trouble with the Big Guy. Show More

Vampire physiology

Not surprisingly, there’s not a lot of vampires rolling up their sleeves and agreeing to be lab rats, but there are some things we can conclude about vampire physiology from centuries of reports and observations:

  • Eternal youth. The vampirestays the same “age” at least in physical appearance for the rest of his “undead” life. His hair doesn’t grow or change color, piercings don’t heal, tattoos don’t fade. His abilities are better and stronger, but physically he’s the same.

Only when vampires are several centuries old can you see a change and then it’s kinda like the weight of experience, not age. Old vampires are really still, like creepy intense. They’ve seen it all and nothing impresses them anymore.

  • Differing bite levels. Vampires control the effect of their bites, either feeding on, draining, or turning their victims. Since there is no other real way for vampires to reproduce, a vamp makes a clear cut decision about “fathering” offspring.

In vampire fiction that’s a whole set up for a life- long relationship between a vampire and his “sire” or “maker.” Those connections are supposed to form the basis for clans or nests of vampires. Show More

Rex Cutty

I write bitchin’ kick-ass books about serious sh*t. My latest book was about surviving a zombie apocalypse. Read it and you’ll have a better than average chance of making it through that s*it storm. My books are written for everyone in an easy to read and understandable style. My titles are available on Amazon (and various other book retailers) with many more to come! Many of my titles are also available for Kindle on Amazon and as digital eBooks from various online retailers.

Vampire Apocalypse

Know Your Enemy. A Survival Guide

There are plenty of ways an apocalypse could hit. Most folks these days are worried about zombies. Thank you The Walking Dead. Honestly people, if you avoid a herd, have you considered how absolutely rotten stupid a zombie really is?

Folks are worried about asteroids striking the earth. Climate change. Bird flu. System collapse. Genetically modified organisms. You name it, there’s an apocalyptic terror of choice. Heck, you could go with the original and be worried about Judgment Day and the fact that all the explaining in the world isn’t gonna get you out of trouble with the Big Guy.

But the one that people just insist on thinking is totally fiction in spite of all the evidence to the contrary is the fact that old and powerful immortal — or near immortal — beings walk among us. They’re called vampires. They exist in the shadows. They lead elite lives — and they have a political agenda.

The reason vampires are seen as hip, fictional creatures is because that’s exactly how they want us to see them. This class of “monster” has done a brilliant job of manipulating pop culture perception of their kind, taking themselves in less than 100 years from feared creatures of the night to their current status as a sensitive, misunderstood, subjugated minority in need of civil rights protection.

Supernatural, paranormal, and survival expert Rex Cutty has plenty to say on that topic and none of it will win him the Vampire Protection League’s Sympathetic Human of the Year Award. Written in his trademark, punchy, sarcastic style, Cutty’s text makes one thing clear. Dead is dead. There is no misunderstanding on the subject. And dead at the fangs of a vampire is one place you don’t want to be.
Ignore his advice at your own peril

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