In the year 2015, modern vampires have a much wider range of “tools” at their disposal when it comes to blood feeding, in comparison to the “past” romanticism of neck biting, or even worse, seriously injuring for what we need.
Safety should always be priority when working with sources. Tools of the “trade” are necessary in extracting the most blood from a donor, in the safest way possible.
Naturally, we can now take advantage of consumerism where it is very simply to buy vials, needles and sanitary precautions in a medical supply store, online/offline, eBay and more.
However relatively “simple” to obtain, there are still many considerations to think of before using any method of blood withdrawal on a living source.
Below is a list of what could be included in any particular vampire’s “toolkit.”
Note: This information is subject to change, be added to, or removed. VTOC claims no responsibility for what you do with the information we provide. Please learn from an experienced individual before trying any of these methods.
- Travel-size mouthwash
- Travel-size hand wash
- Antiseptic wipes
- Butterfly needle kit
- Vacutainer vials