Inviting Issue

Well it is a common myth that vampires can only enter houses when invited, but in the last episode of vampire diaries Damon just entered the store house without any inviting.


So how can this be? I man Logan could obviously not enter his own house, but Damon enters a house a person/vampire lives and for sure somebody owns it.

So theoretically and practically he shouldn't be able to enter?



I'm just wondering if i might have missed something or it will be explained later.

So if anybody has an answer or knows it through the books (which I know are different in many aspects) please tell me, but keep the spoilers to yourself guys^^


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LibrarianToBe
Jan 7, 2010 10:33PM EST

I don't quite remember the exact moment you're speaking of, but the invitation rule only applies if someone lives in the house regularly. So, a store house where no one lives may not be included in the rule. Also, they only have to be invited once and from then on they can enter whenever they please.

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Jan 9, 2010 2:41AM EST

agree to LibrarianToBe's comment.. i think no human lives in the store house like eat and sleeps there..normally.. like the school.. that is why Logan was able to go inside in the first place when he became a vampire..

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Jan 9, 2010 12:12PM EST

Then one thing does not get into my head.
When Logan became a vampire he was not able to get into his own house anymore.He died so i would guess the ownership did die with him, but obviously he could not enter the house where no-one lived in right now.

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