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How would you sever a Vampiric link?
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How would you sever a Vampiric link?
I am linked with one if this makes sense to the point Im like addicted to him. I tried to sever it before but it was still there and was told I couldnt break it. but then I am told I can. I do feel it weakening now and think this may be the chance and that he's losing interest or something. Oh maybe he is just being kind and realizes he's been feeding off me too much and its been effecting me. Which is probably true...okay enough of my lovelorne babble
How would you sever a vampiric link. Your thoughts on such?
2008-03-19 6:38
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Re: How would you sever a Vampiric link?
It's VERY difficult, and I'd advise that you have someone help you with this, but here's the general idea.

A: You can agree (both of you) to sever the link, which is by far the easiest but sometimes not feasible.
B: Shield yourself heavily, from everything, for about a month. This takes concentration, and lots of it, to keep the shield up and actively filtering for any psionic disturbances. After a time, the link will fade and you can resume life as usual.
2008-03-19 7:21
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Re: How would you sever a Vampiric link?
There are a few other ways as well. Rather than go into them (I don't have time at the moment; I have to leave the computer lab in a few minutes), I'll post a link to an article on the topic.

Here it is.

I'll edit or reply later with some techniques that are less impacting on the other person, heh.

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2008-03-19 23:32
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Re: How would you sever a Vampiric link?
Um.. yes cause that does sound harsh..though he might deserve it either way. I dont want to harm him really.
part of me wishes him pain the other part does not and still cares. This i going to be hard.
2008-03-20 3:50
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Re: How would you sever a Vampiric link?
Hrm... You sure it isnt something else?
2008-03-21 6:21
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Re: How would you sever a Vampiric link?
RKCoon Wrote:Hrm... You sure it isnt something else?

Elaborate? What may you imply?
Please.
2008-03-21 6:29
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Re: How would you sever a Vampiric link?
Often, people that are fed from or that they feed on form an emotional bond with the other person - and people dont release such bonds easily.
2008-03-21 15:36
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Re: How would you sever a Vampiric link?
RKCoon Wrote:Often, people that are fed from or that they feed on form an emotional bond with the other person - and people dont release such bonds easily.

Ah...very true indeed. Thank you for that warning.
2008-03-22 5:50
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