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Fear the Fang
Transcript of Fear the Fang
What can be accomplished
What do the animals think?
Driven by physical need
Seduction of potential victims
Begins creation of fear through non-physical means
What is fear?
Why are vampires the scariest?
Can't help other victims
Unable to protect yourself
Fear in the back of your mind
Who's really in control?
Why is it so
hard to control
Why are we
Combination of physical and mental
Know when individuals are most vulnerable
Target the emotional side of humans
"The core of my being, that secret place where all desires and all commandments are nurtured, opened to him without a stuggle or a sound."
"The Master of Rampling Gate"
Look just like humans
Connection to murder/rape
Vampire mask: scariest
Constant state of distrust
What are their superhuman qualities?
Create fear that isn't always immediate
Deceptive sense of comfort
Adaption of psychological manipulation
Caused by technological advances
Use seduction along with physical ability
How do vampires
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