October Question 3: Terrorize the Dawn Fangs

War of Nytefall

Welcome to the final Questions 3 revolving around War of Nytefall.  I was trying to think of a way to wrap things up.  We’ve done powers, living among mortals, and picking a side in the vampire civil war of Windemere.  Let’s jump to the other side of the coin.

Yes, Dawn Fangs are not really a threat to mortals.  Some are, but it’s the same as there being mortals who are threats to other mortals.  All species have their psychopaths.  Still, these are vampires, so you have people who will hunt them down.  We’re talking hunters, paladins, adventurers, etc.  They have a hard time here since Dawn Fangs require destruction of the heart and brain.  They’re also faster and stronger and have those powers, so it’s a dangerous gig.  Give a try.

  1. Would you be a hunter, paladin, battle priest/priestess, adventurer, or another kind of enemy of Dawn Fangs?
  2. What is your reason for hunting them?
  3. How would you do it and live?

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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10 Responses to October Question 3: Terrorize the Dawn Fangs

  1. Do I have to be their enemy? I suppose a hunter makes the most sense for me. I would be motivated by self preservation of myself and family. How? Maybe a flamethrower and vorpal sword of some kind.


  2. L. Marie says:

    I’d probably wind up a battle priestess ’cause that seems to fit my personality. Definitely self-preservation as Craig mentioned. But if I were in the world and felt that my cause was righteous, I would hunt them, using whatever holy magic was at my disposal. And I would assume that my training would prepare me for such a conflict.


    • Funny thing about training is that it wouldn’t be hard for vampires to learn what tactics are used. I think this is why plans always go wrong when you have a trained group going after monsters with brains. Always imagine one reading a training manual he got off a dead enemy. 😁

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  3. I think I would want to be a paladin with a lot of warriors at my command. I would hunt Dawn Fangs out of a need for safety. I haven’t figured out how to hunt them and live. Maybe with enough troops, we could overrun them. Of course, I would stay up on the hill directing the action. There it is. That’s how I would live.


  4. Victoria Zigler says:

    Well, I’d rather not have to be their enemy, both because I don’t really fancy going up against them, and because I’d rather be a Dawnfang. But if I had to be…

    1. A reluctant enemy acting out of anger or fear – possibly both.
    2. It would be either because someone I cared about was under threat from them, I learned about an incident they were involved in I couldn’t ignore, or someone was threatening to do something to someone I cared about if I didn’t help them kill Dawnfangs.
    3. Oh, I wouldn’t. I mean, I’d try – flaming projectiles anyone? But knowing my luck I’d get caught. I just hope whoever I’m protecting doesn’t suffer for my actions, and they only take it out on me when I’m caught.


    • Anger and fear seemed to be the common factor here. I think everyone went with becoming an enemy due to one of those two emotions.

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      • Victoria Zigler says:

        Those are common reasons for enemies to be formed though, aren’t they? If you think about the various reasons heroes of stories have enemies it often boils down to the base emotions, and quite often anger and fear are the ones in play.


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