We have Vampires and Werewolfs, but what should the next DLC Introduce?

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User Info: OEIO999

OEIO999
4 years ago#51
Or Zombies, I'd go with zombies. It's be perfect trifecta

User Info: Zen_Zarab

Zen_Zarab
4 years ago#52
Wereravens, or Weredragons.
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codeman101360
4 years ago#53
jodiebigballs posted...
Weremanbearpig


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4 years ago#54
Co-op
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User Info: kirklmatty

kirklmatty
4 years ago#55
MC2011 posted...
From: kirklmatty | #027
aren't werewolves and vampires the only two monsters in western cultures that work by temporary transformations? any other monster i can think of are born as monsters, not transformed by one through a bite or mix of blood


Well I suppose zombies would be another, depending on the type. Would mummies also count as "western" culture?


mummies were big back in the olde black and white cinima.. so i guess it would be
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User Info: IamI3rian

IamI3rian
4 years ago#56
kirklmatty posted...
MC2011 posted...
Would mummies also count as "western" culture?


mummies were big back in the olde black and white cinima.. so i guess it would be


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Fair enough. = D
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User Info: Folstern

Folstern
4 years ago#57
IamI3rian posted...
djayk85 posted...
Frankenstein was the doctor who made a monster out of body parts not the other way around


The 'monster' wasn't physically a monster either, and was described as an Adonis, smarty-pants.

Lol what? The monster was a monster. Several people ran from him in horror, including his creator. I don't know what book you were reading.

User Info: IamI3rian

IamI3rian
4 years ago#58
His creation, which he has hoped would be beautiful, is instead hideous, with watery yellow eyes, and a withered, translucent, yellowish skin that barely conceals the muscular system and blood vessels. Oddly the creature has perfect, white teeth, black lips and long black hair. -summary of description.

Seems I stand corrected. Been more than a few years since I've read the book though. = /

Either way, dude's a genius.
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User Info: AnimalXingNerds

AnimalXingNerds
4 years ago#59
Am I the only one who doesn't want any more transformations? I think we have quite enough, already. I'd prefer some sort of quest line similar to Knights of the Nine where you could lead a large party into battle.

I would also like pillows. I miss my pillow forts.

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Zelda_Uzikua
4 years ago#60
Werepyre, Vampire Werewolf
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