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She is one of the undead... A Vampire... Immortal... A creature of legend and myth. Existing in a world of eternal darkness. A darkness filled with infinite possibilities. Feared by mortals, as well as by many of her own kind.
She is driven by an ancient desire; a desire she manages to control much more effectively than others of her kind. The desire for blood, HUMAN blood. It is only through the fulfillment of this desire, this need, that she has been sustained down through the centuries. Her strength and ability to control the darker side of her nature was well known in the small sphere of her existence.
Well known also among her kind, was her intense dislike of the senseless killing of victims . She had learned, through the use of her strong will, that instead of draining completely the blood of one victim, a vampire could instead take a small amount from many; thus insuring the survival of the victims, as well as the survival of her kind. This also helped to eliminate an overpopulation of vampires upon the world. It was her strong will; which had served her so well in life, that also aided her tremendously after her transition into the realm of the undead.
"NO!! I must stop him, before he has a chance to do to Sinja what he did to me all those years ago. I will NOT allow that to happen!!" Sabra didn't realize she had spoken aloud until some of the other restaurant patrons glanced over at her as if she had lost her mind. Her powerful mind told them they had heard nothing, to ignore her, causing everyone present to return to their meals as if she wasn't even there. While she despised many things about her undead existence, this power was one of the few aspects she actually enjoyed about her life as a vampire. "I have to be at that gallery opening, despite the dangers it may pose for me. If I can help it, I will not let him sink his teeth into another member of my family," glancing at the date on the magazine's front cover, she murmured, "This article is six months old, I just hope I'm not too late already."