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A Desiccating Vampire

Desiccation occurs when a vampire's body begins to dry out due to lack of human blood or any type of blood in their system.

Great example of a desiccating vampire

The Effects of Desiccation

When a vampire does not drink blood their bodies begin to dry out, due to their physiology being forced to feed upon itself in order to survive. When this occurs, overtime the vampire in question becomes weak, and their skin becomes pale. The vampire in question also becomes weak as a result of a lack of blood, but not enough to kill them. Vampires who have been desiccated for a long time look disturbingly similar to mummified bodies. After a long period of time, the body of a vampire undergoes a process similar to fossilization, and their limbs become impossible to move unless they are fed.

Or killed.

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