Where does slime come from, you ask? Monsters, of course. But thanks to some cool genetic mutations, vampires now have their own slime. Telling the difference between monster slime and vampire slime can be tricky at first glance, unless you know the vampire secret… hold the slime up to the light. Ordinary monster slime just looks green (because monster blood is green, dah). Vampire slime, on the other hand, shows its true color when you hold it up to the light because the green turns dark red to reveal what vampires drink… well… you know… that stuff. Leave it to the vampires to find another way to hide their true identity.
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