Can Vampirism cure Zombification?
Suppose a Zombie is only infected blood wise and he bites a person who will indeed be infected and become a zombie very soon. Could a Vampire take the infected blood out without being infected itself?
An interesting question, but it would never happen, as everyone knows that vampires and zombies inhabit completely different alternate universes.
Um no vampirism cannot cure zombification. Zombies are bloodless ergo no chance for vampirism as vampirism is basically a virus of the blood.
Well, vampires and zombies are basically the same thing, living dead. Also, if a vampire were to suck "infected blood" out of somebody they would have to remove all of the blood, thus killing them anyway. So no, it wouldn't work.
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