Should you be concerned about your Idaho city being overrun by devil bloodsuckers of Transylvanian descent? The concern at this time of year is not unfounded. As days get shorter, the thought of longer nights would be particularly appealing to certain creatures of the night. How safe is your Idaho city?

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Considering there is a blood donation shortage nationwide, blood donation centers would be a big pull for a vampire. When hapless night wanderers are scarce, a backup plan is always a good thing to have. Of course, if nobody is donating to the centers, would there be more blood in the people? Don’t the people just make more? Quite the puzzler.

Idaho farms plenty of garlic, so we may have some safety there. While there are many dark hours in Idaho, the days are more sunny than not. Idaho’s largest city isn’t really that big when compared to the largest cities in other states.

While cannibalism is illegal in The Gem State,

It shall be an affirmative defense to a violation of the provisions of this section that the action was taken under extreme life-threatening conditions as the only apparent means of survival.

If you are a vampire and need to drink human blood for survival, are you breaking Idaho law? Did I just find a loophole? Even if convicted, the law only punishes for a max of 14 years. In vampire time, that’s not really much of a deterrent.

Sounds like a new state slogan. Come to Idaho, vampires hate it here.

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