roseaurora wrote:I understood her answer to mean that more venom would be less painful because it would spread quicker and that once it reached the heart it would reach the max amount of pain ever at that point... so the quicker it got there the quicker the transformation but ultimately the pain would be the same either way, just not as drawn out initially. Hope that made sense.... haha.
This is why it took Bella just over 2 days and Carlisle suffered through just over 3. He only had a small bite. Much like it would have been for Bella if they had let Jame's venom change her then.
I don't remember it being like that... I thought it was a chance bite by a weak vampire... oh well, not the first time I've been wrong... nor will it be that last....
But, in comparison to what Bella got it was smaller I suppose (just trying to save face )
who_needs_fangs? wrote:Nobody here is Stephenie Meyer, as far as I know. We just read all the interviews on this website.
1. You mean the relationship they have for their human cover story? Esme and Carlisle Cullen are the parents. They've been the foster parents for Esme's niece and nephew, eighteen-year-old twins Jasper and Rosalie Hale, for 10 years. They adopted seventeen-year-old Edward Cullen, seventeen-year-old Alice Cullen, and eighteen-year-old Emmet Cullen individually.
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