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    snakpak15

    [1]Mar 5, 2008
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    Is Angel stronger when he is vamp or is he the same strength all the time?

    i wouldve put this in the question thread but i never get answers from those things

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    Kadodian

    [2]Mar 5, 2008
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    Ummmm.. I'm not sure I understand the question and Angel is a vampire all the time.
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    tjaman

    [3]Mar 5, 2008
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    You would have here. That's exactly what the question thread is for.

    I don't think vampires are necessarily stronger when they "vamp out," which is what I think you're asking. Harmony didn't vamp out to lift her dresser to get at her other shoe in "Harm's Way."

    I think it's a psych-out tactic and also a feeding readiness, if that's what the fight is about in the first place.
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    -Joshua-

    [4]Mar 5, 2008
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    They are strong to begin with, but they are stronger when they vamp out. For example, In "Theres No Place Like Plrtz Glrb", Angel had to fight Groosalugg and was getting his ass kicked until he vamped out. Theres other examples, but that one pops into my mind first.
    Edited on 03/05/2008 11:18pm
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    kdtfiles

    [5]Mar 6, 2008
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    I think it takes him more effort to stop from Vamping out when he fights, takes away from his ability to fight. If he vamps then he isn't stronger, but isn't holding himself back. If that makes any sens
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    soulspike

    [6]Mar 6, 2008
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    i dont think it makes him any stronger but when he vamps he doesnt hold back as his evil vamp self is unleashed
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    Ronny411

    [7]Mar 14, 2008
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    soulspike wrote:
    i dont think it makes him any stronger but when he vamps he doesnt hold back as his evil vamp self is unleashed

    like soulspike said it. + in none vampire creatures, it proably strike a bit fear in them 2. Certainly in humans.
    Sort of like a tactial thing,i think that was mention to.
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    FredGoon

    [8]May 18, 2008
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    I think it makes them feel tougher, also it makes the enemy scared a little bit
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