which is better vampires or werewolves
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2)Werewolves are not immortal- This may sound good to live forever but you would get bored especially if you cant go outside.
3) Werewolves cant be killed by cheap everyday items.-In the classic mythology, werewolves were killed by silver bullets or sometimes a silver sword. Do you know how much silver costs? Vampires, on the other hand, are vulnerable to sunlight, crosses, holy water, wooden stakes, and garlic. GARLIC! You aren"t really a dangerous creature of the night if one of your weaknesses is the main ingredient in Prego.(Smosh)
On the diet note, it is true that vampires only drink blood but this is because they are DEAD. Werewolves can eat whatever they want however they do lose control of themselves once turned.
REALLY what is the point of having supernatural abilities if you can not control them!!
At least vampires can learn to control their blood lust to the point where they do not have to kill when they feed
Vampires also loose control they can go crazy and werewolves don't shine.
Vampires do kill people they need blood.
2. It is true vampires have to drink blood however they can get enough of it without having to kill anyone.
3. Everything can go crazy. What I ment by that is they can not control the transformation and once they are wolves they can not control their actions
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