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Feeding from myself..

Post by Judith Amelia on 23.07.17 0:45

I tend to slit my wrists, legs or any vein that is large enough to feed from.. animals do not fuel my thirst as much as a human body even if it is my own as it is an endless supply... I managed to get 4 pints from a local transporter and it satisfied my thirst for a few days... I need help or guidance to secretly attain my needed sustenance.. I'm aging and growing weak as the days go on... I'm in my human 30s and wish to continue my immortality... I'm not sure if this site is what I need, but my past friends and family have become mortal.. I cannot succome to this fate.. please... Help me regain my self.. my life.. my bloodline..
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Post by Jonathan on 23.07.17 4:28

Come on not this nonsense again...
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Post by Judith Amelia on 23.07.17 12:52

Excuse me?
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Post by A.Nightside on 23.07.17 15:01

Jonathan wrote:Come on not this nonsense again...
Ditto.

Feeding on yourself serves NO benefit beyond placebo effect and can even do you more harm than good. Think of it, unless it's all in your head and you're suffering from a medically known, treatable condition or delusion, you have this need. Generally when a creature expresses a need, this indicates that they lack something, usually the thing it is that they need.

If you hunger for blood, then it is the blood or something within the blood (your own) that you already don't have, otherwise there would be no need for it in the first place. Drinking your own blood only circulates what you already have, and lack, and through the digestive processes, you likely lose more than you gain.

I would like to take you seriously, but physical immortality is not real except in specific species which are essentially able to slow down their bodily processes down significantly. Humans have yet to figure out a way to not only successfully achieve this sort of "freeze" but also to revive the frozen individual without harm to the body and death to the individual.

This is not a roleplay group. Please read up on as much of the forums as you can manage so that you might gain a better understanding before reacting hostilely.
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Post by A.Nightside on 23.07.17 15:03

*To clarify, I quoted Jonathan, and echoed his statement, but my response was to Judith specifically.
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Post by Heruset on 23.07.17 19:11

Even if you did manage to get four pints of blood from a local "transporter" you wouldn't be able to drink it.

Even incarnated vampires don't have the physical body to digest large amounts of blood, and most animals can digest small to larger(dependig on species) amounts.

If you cut yourself it is because you are seeking something where you should be looking within your mind to find the answers. You don't know better, maybe, because of something. Who knows?


You shouldn't be harming yourself.

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