PP-Grim1013 wrote:I think some vampire and lycan myths say that even if you break their necks, it won't kill them - you'd have to use a wooden stake or silver (respectively)...
So, Irwin probably isn't dead. I expect just "temporarily dead" and will come back to life.
watch "Mermaid Forest"; yes it can work that way~
Actually, some myths say even the stake or silver won't actually work permanantly on thier own. They will make the vampire/werewolf "dead" in the sense of unable to move or fight back, but if you take the stake/silver back out (or in the case of the stake, if it rots away) back comes the vampire/werwolf. The real purpose of the stake is to keep the vampire/werewolf immobalized until you can toss him on a big fire and burn him to ashes (which will kill him permanently, if you remember to disperse the ashes when you are done.)
Oh and fun fact; a lot of mythology says that werewolves respond to red roses the way vampires respond to garlic, so I imagine there would be a lot of rather akward romatic interludes with mandy in Irwin's past (during the time he was actively trying to court her, not the time he was her torture slave).
"For I have heard the Song of War, and to me, it sounds just like "Please, Mister Custer.""
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