"Reproduction" → "Propagation"? Edit

I was wondering if we could rename the "Reproduction" section to "Propagation". I know it seems inconsequential since the terms pretty mean the same thing, but to me, the word "Reproduction" carries a sexual element/undertone, which would be inaccurate since vampirism is more or less a disease (is it weird that I worry I sound like a bigot when I describe it that way?), and "Propagation" involves a spreading of something, such as a disease.

Not really a big deal, but I just thought I'd put it out there. Damaijin (talk) 03:31, May 16, 2013 (UTC)

Alert, alert! You're now talking to the technicality wiz. Me! ha ha I would have no problem with that, because, like I said, technologically, everything here should be as accurate as possible. -- ImperiexSeed, 12:47 PM, May 16th 2013

inconsistencies Edit

don't they seem a bit....ridiculously common, for something that was supposed to be nearly extinct?

also when sam fought gordon he had open wounds on his hands and alot of vampire blood flowing.  how didn't he   get it when all it took was bleeding into a scratch for his opponent?

also in past episodes the change was instant(not just the hunger, but in their first appearence the freshly turned girl screeched to wake her captors, who murdered her boyfriend.  she fell asleep viewing them as enemies, woke to allies without any time for indoctronation), but suddenly when a  main character has it theres some bullshit about a "transition"?

If you are refering to Dean and his turning, then I might suggest the "transition" thing was about feeding on human blood, which once it happens you are unable to be turned back. As for the girl in the episode you mention, she could have already drank human blood. I don't know. Also, he's a main character. And without him there wouldn't have been a show had they let him be turned and killed. There would have never been more than 2 or 3 seasons had they not had that "bullshit" about a transition. 06:17, December 19, 2014 (UTC)

signs Edit

I was wondering if I was missing it, but is there a section for signs? I always forget how you tell what is where. what are vampire signs? -- 21:01, February 14, 2015 (UTC)

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