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Q: Vampire wants to become mortal ( Answered,   4 Comments )
Subject: Vampire wants to become mortal
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: thehomeland-ga
List Price: $2.01
Posted: 17 Oct 2003 12:51 PDT
Expires: 16 Nov 2003 11:51 PST
Question ID: 267296
Hello, my name is Nick and I'm a vampire.  I was brought across in
1228 and since then have preyed on humans for their blood.  Now, I
want to become mortal again -- to repay society for my sins, to emerge
from this world of darkness, this endless, forever, night.  One of my
close friends, "Ms. J" managed to do it, and died soon afterward.  I
suspect the one that brought me across, "Mr. L" knows, but he won't
tell me.  Help!
Subject: Re: Vampire wants to become mortal
Answered By: omniscientbeing-ga on 31 Oct 2003 19:05 PST

While there are no recognized instructions for how vampires may become
mortal, if anything can help you on your Quest, you will find it
contained within the pages of these links:

Google search strategy,


"Vampire becomes mortal":

I hope this helps.


Google Answers Researcher


Request for Answer Clarification by thehomeland-ga on 01 Nov 2003 10:17 PST

I found your answer far from omniscient, closer to sub-sentient.  I
was originally going to give you one star (negative 5 stars if it were
possible) for the answer but decided on a more merciful route.  I'm
going to make it ultra-clear, but you still have some work to do to
find it, although an episode guide that gives away spoilers might be
the best avenue.  I'm going to make you earn your measely star upgrade
for a total of 2.

The question secretly referred, although a number of commenters
clearly understood it, to a specific television program, "Forever
Knight" in which the main character Nick Knight was a vampire who
wanted to become mortal again.  I already knew the answer but thought
it would be fun to try it out here.  While one of those sites may have
the answer mentioned somewhere therein (I didn't look), none of them
were even mentioned or suggested in the answer but instead was given a
"look yourself" blow-off.  Having posted on Google Answers might be a
good clue that I already full-well know what Google is and how to use
it :-)

In the final episode, the SERIES finale (not just a season finale),
the answer of how to become mortal again the the FK universe is
revealed.  I will not reveal it for the sake of spoiling the ending,
but having Googled up "brought across 1228" as said in the question
would have been a major hint at the question's meaning.  "Ms. J"
refers to Nick's friend and owner/manager of the bar 'The Raven' in
the show, Jeanette.  "Mr. L" refers to the 3rd member of their
traveling toothy trio, the 'headmaster' so to speak, LaCroix.  As it
turned out, LaCroix DID know the answer, and Jeanette found out by
accident.  But just what IS that solution, mister "omniscient" ??

Clarification of Answer by omniscientbeing-ga on 01 Nov 2003 12:56 PST
1 star will be fine. The answer is in the links.

Good luck.
Subject: Re: Vampire wants to become mortal
From: bio-ga on 17 Oct 2003 13:49 PDT
For those who are interested, the DVD of this TV show will be released
on October 21, 2003:
Subject: Re: Vampire wants to become mortal
From: techtor-ga on 17 Oct 2003 13:57 PDT
Forever Knight, ah, I loved this series. Too bad it went like Birds of
Prey, cancelled... but at least it had an ending. "Damn you,
Nicholas!" ;)
Subject: Re: Vampire wants to become mortal
From: probonopublico-ga on 17 Oct 2003 21:19 PDT
Don't do it!

Vampires have so much more fun.

I know ... I was a vampire who became mortal and now I wish I had never bothered.

I have therefore vowed NEVER to share the metamorphosis formula with anyone.

Subject: Re: Vampire wants to become mortal
From: hlabadie-ga on 01 Nov 2003 05:28 PST
The whole Gypsy soul-curse thing has worked for Angel on several
occasions. And then there was that Cave Demon in Africa who did the
trick for Spike.


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