And yes, the sun does not burn you to ash, and you can see your reflection clearly as a human.
The sun does however weaken you. When exposed to sunlight, Alice will feel drained and uncomfortable. Imagine waking from a hard nap where your still very fatigued and somewhat disoriented, and you remain in this state while in the sunlight and for a few minutes after exposure. You can still feed, and you can still channel the beast within, i.e your red eyes, fangs, and claws still can become visible. But your strength, leaping, running, and resistance to conventional pain are greatly diminished. And your power over animals is completely unusuable when weakened by the sun.
Also, there are only 2 ways to kill Vampires: -Piercing their heart -and Beheading
@Mister Thirteen Dude you are an amazing rper and I love your posts. The last one left me on edge. Like "Is he going to die?" But he didn't and I find that rather a satisfying thing and kinda bummed at the same time which screams good move for me.
Be as creative as you want with the hospital room, just make sure to include;
-a big wad of bandages where Liam bit Alice -she's hooked to an IV machine with a antibiotic solution flow
-and remember, throughout the day she'll feel weak and sickly, and only get worse as the evening draws upon her. Severe flashes of abdominal cramping, fatigue, steady fever, and nausea. That night around 11 PM it will all subside slowly, ad she'll slowly start to feel more energetic and less and less weak.
Note that while Vampires can eat human food, it doesn't satisfy their hunger, obviously. And the Vampiric body takes NO nutrients or anything from the human food, it just passes right through your body. Human food also, while it still tastes good, will no longer interest Alice. It would be like forcing yourself to eat a piece of flavored paper.
SO many things I can say to things in what you said. But as i shall refrain and be a decent human being.
I'm sorely tempted though.
Pardon me. ?
Question, shall I do the entire day or just her waking up hm?
I would rather you have her remain in the hospital. This was my fault for not clarifying, I apologize for that.
You see, there's nothing wrong with your post except for you thing; a hospital would never discharge a patient after they were found the night before outside the ER door, bloodied and unconscious with a chunk ripped from their neck. Not to mention I was hoping for a dramatic triggering of Alice's Vampiric desires in the hospital. (We'll figure that out.)
I was thinking we take your post and shave off where she leaves and a detective comes to question her in her room thst evening, around six PM I'd say. Remember, someone else's blood was on her clothes, then there's her condition, and of course the fact that she was found outside of the ER doors half dead. That doesn't sound like an accident to me.
How are you with describing and running through that day's events up to around six PM as I said and ending with a knock on the door?
Remember if this isn't to your suiting or it seems dictating please tell me and we'll further discuss.