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Disposing The Evidence

8th May 2021, 7:00 PM in The Second
Disposing The Evidence
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Frame 1
Irina walks outside into the snowy woods and away from the small cabin in her hood covering most of her face, save for her grinning blood-covered mouth and chin.

Frame 2
The now hooded Irina walks into the darkness and towards a river in a forest.

Irina must make sure that the monster is dead.

Frame 3
She tosses the bag into the frozen water.

Frame 4
The bag breaks the ice and splashes into the river.
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8th May 2021, 9:04 PM
Beh. How wasteful. Coulda make jerky and bone broth outta the remains.
8th May 2021, 11:35 PM
She did. Alas, vampire slaying protocol calls for burning or submerging the head in icy water after the post-staking decapitation.
9th May 2021, 12:11 PM
I thought it was "Stuff the mouth with garlic and bury the head at a crossroad?"
No, wait... that's what you do AGAINST vampires... after the staking and decapitating!
9th May 2021, 8:58 PM
The burying the head at the crossroads was a common myth in Bohemia, that was debunked in the village of Blov during the 16th century. The vampire not only survived being buried after being staked, but he actually used the stake as a weapon against the villagers. It was only after he got cremated that he died.

As for the stuffing the head with garlic and cutting the heart in half thing, that only really works with Romanian strigoi. In general however, garlic is at best like industrial stength fart spray to most vampires. It smells gross and will probably keep them out, but it's not that big of a deal. Which is probably why it's so popular for vampire repellent garlands, though not universally so.

In this case, Irina was likely murdering either of Bavarian or Ukrainian vampire. They need to be incinerated or thrown in water for them to die completely. Heads are kind of a pain in the butt for cooking, but the rest of the body should work just fine, since making stew combines the best of drowning and incineration.

I feel legit uncomfortable that I know this