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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Draclvr] #261203
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Robert, go for it, at the rate I am going Melanie1 will pass me by shortly. I just can't seem to get into it right now, my first play I was obsessed and couldn't stop.


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: hawkavonpuka] #261232
01/12/08 12:06 AM
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Draclvr, I agree with you about Gimble! I followed him immediately! lol

The boiler room was really scary in that haunted house! I couldn't wait to get out of there! That was one of the scariest parts of a game I've played. I really didn't know what to expect.


Last edited by Melanie1; 01/12/08 12:09 AM.

"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Mahatma Gandhi
Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Melanie1] #261405
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I'm still palying too-- inbetween some other newer games-- jump on in Robert wave


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Winfrey] #261709
01/13/08 12:22 AM
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I'm glad to hear so many are playing! I just finished dropping off the werewolf blood and didn't get paid. I hope the money's there the next time I go home. I can use it. lol I enjoyed the werewolf blood quest.

I'm off to my next quest now. Probably will do the gallery.


"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Mahatma Gandhi
Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Melanie1] #261734
01/13/08 02:51 AM
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The next time you go into your apartment building you money will be there! I usually just go outside and then go right back in to get it.

Ah, yes. Slashterpiece. Have fun!


Garlic! 10 pounds of fresh garlic! No vampires at my house.
Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Draclvr] #261736
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I did that already and it wasn't there but thought maybe i didn't give it enough time. That's weird. I'll try again. I hope I didnd't have a glitch. I'm down to only $65. smile

Edit: It was there this time! I thought I put the blood in the mailbox but I didn't. lol. It was my fault. I had to really put it in this time first.

Last edited by Melanie1; 01/13/08 05:09 AM.

"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Mahatma Gandhi
Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Melanie1] #261908
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I've never done that... whistle Oh, no... Actually, if I fess up I think I've done it twice!


Garlic! 10 pounds of fresh garlic! No vampires at my house.
Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Draclvr] #262665
01/15/08 01:45 AM
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Silly me! lol I don't know why he wouldn't pay me for nothing! Oh well!


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Melanie1] #275929
02/08/08 10:55 PM
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Hey gamers, I'm back playing as a Ventrue. I've played every other clan female so this is my last. I even perservered as a Nosferatu and finished. I just had five rounds with Jezabell and she kicks my butt everytime. I had a real hard time with Jezabell as a Toreador. I kicked her --- all the other times. What's every one playing as? Robert join on in!

Hawkavonpuka I would love to know how you thought up your name? I laugh when I see it. We have spoke back and forth many times and I always wanted to ask is that your real last name or what? Please tell!


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: babyblair] #275965
02/09/08 12:28 AM
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Great! Another player! I had to take a break because of my thumb. It was agony and wouldn't let me play. I had an x-ray and I'm waiting for results but it's feeling a little better so i may be able to get back to the game soon. I'm in Hollywood now and about to go back to the ship.

I've wondered about your name too, Hawkavonpuka. smile


"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Mahatma Gandhi
Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Melanie1] #276096
02/09/08 11:01 AM
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I will let Hawka tell her story name, but just as a teaser, it has to do with a horse and holes in the head, whistle


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Draclvr] #276349
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That is a teaser! Hey Hawka, Drac through me a crumb, I can't wait to hear the story. Who are you guys playing as?

Pat


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: babyblair] #276399
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I'm a Torrie this time, but had to put it aside for a few months while I carried on my affair with Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher!


Garlic! 10 pounds of fresh garlic! No vampires at my house.
Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Draclvr] #276452
02/10/08 01:38 AM
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Originally Posted By: Draclvr
I'm a Torrie this time


Me too. smile What are you?


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Melanie1] #276471
02/10/08 03:57 AM
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Oh look what happens when I am off the computer all day long? Fun fun!! What first, I am playing as a Toredor and am still stuck in the museum trying not to be seen, yeah right. I keep going back to a save since I keep messing up. Just for the heck of it I went in and started killing all of them, had to get it off my chest. Haven't been back since, and sincerely need to get motivated to refinish the game. Meanwhile I have been playing Ratouille and Pandora's Box for the second time.

My name, it was my nickname for my very beloved Appaloosa gelding whose real name was Winterhawk, he died in a tragic accident in 2002. For short I called him Hawk or Hawka. When the horses were moved from a ranch boarding to pasture, I had to call the horses when I went there. The horses there were Hawka, Dollar Boy and Blondie. Blondie (gelding not fem) never came when called, Dollar always did and Hawka would when he knew it was me. So I called first, Hawka, then Hawka Von, then Hawkavonpuka (puka means hole in Hawaiian, pronounced poo ka). He would always come running since he knew it was me calling him. He never did come for anyone else, oh I still miss him so much.


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: hawkavonpuka] #276478
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I'm sorry for your pain Hawka. We're so lucky to be gifted with special animals in our lifetime that are so precious, and the memories we can cherish. Very hard to cope with their loss, but harder still, I think, if we never opened our hearts to them.


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: nickie] #276727
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That's why I wanted Hawka to tell her story - it's a very personal one, but it's a great on-line identity!


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Draclvr] #276781
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I had him for fourteen years and was actually scared to ride him for the longest time. Finally we figured each other out, but I was never brave enough to ride him out alone, though my daughter and son did all the time. It was a combination of a wuss horse and a wuss rider. My pain is mostly that I was not able to help him when he was hurt, we tryed for hours, vet was out of town and the other I called was going to be awhile. I don't think anything could be done for him anyway, he was down way to long.

Anyway, I am hawkavonpuka everywhere I go on the internet and of course know one else can ever have my screen name.


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: hawkavonpuka] #276853
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That's why it's such a great one! It's yours and yours alone...


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Draclvr] #276919
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That's certainly a special story. It's great to have a name like that. I use a special name like that too on a few forums but wasn't able to change it here.


"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Mahatma Gandhi
Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: Melanie1] #277488
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I'm sorry to bring up old pain. I'm a dog person myself and horses are amazing animals and I wish I had a way with them. I've had some bad experience with a horse therfore I am afraid of them, but truely respect them. They are a magnificant creature with astounding beauty.

You truely have a special name that cannot be replicated.

Game on everyone!
Pat


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: babyblair] #277498
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Hello again, I just finished the Grout mission and I didn't download any of the patches this time. I had deleted the game awhile ago and forgot about the patches. I only got one point for that quest and it didn't register on my log. LIVE & LEARN! I did quickly look throught this thread and didn't see any link so off I am looking for patches I once had. LOL.


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: babyblair] #277540
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So babyblair, are you going to the museum next or do you have the Plaguebearers quest. I am stuck in the museum, I don't sneak as well as I did as a Malk.


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: hawkavonpuka] #278041
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Hawka, I never got through the museum without getting caught at some point and having to fight and I've played at least 7 times. I do have the Plaguebearers quest, but I'm love on point and money. I think it's a glitch in the game that I don't get credit for the missions I've completed. I did download the 2.1 official patch, but is there another patch that would be more usefull. Has everyone else used a patch and if so what patch did you use? Thanks!
BB


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Re: Vampire Bloodlines [Re: babyblair] #278076
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I know I patched it, but don't remember which one and I can't find it!!! It does give me credit for whatever I have done.


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