Battle of Ten Vampires

The Great Vampire Library used to record almost all battles which the vampire kind had fought with the werewolves, zombies, dark elves, goblins, orcs, wood elves, satyrs, centaurs and high elves, but there was one battle which they fought among themselves. This particular battle was never recorded in any of the books, and so the gargoyles who guarded them never spread those stories among the masses of vampires. There was no word spoken about it inside or outside the vampire realm, but the vampires knew; at least all who fought or were witness to the battles.

It was the battle for the remote control of the television. It goes back to those years when television was first introduced in the vampire world which used dark magic to sneak into the cable television and bring the channels before that. This battle, which is often referred to as “Battle of Ten Vampires” in secret, had no blood involved, but there surely was the use of vampire powers for the possession of that one special weapon, the remote control. But the vampires were too ashamed to speak about such a meaningless battle.

The battle has actually turned more meaningless, with Tata Sky providing the option to record, transfer and carry the favourite movies and TV shows with the users. The Vampire Owl who created more problems than anybody else, really wanted to watch that match between Manchester United and Liverpool, but the Vampire Bat prevented the same by taking control of the remote control to watch US Open. It was the beginning of that battle which could have been prevented by Tata Sky+ Transfer, and it is still possible with the use of a time machine.

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The battle had wide spread destruction inside the room because the vampire apprentices had decided to join. Vampire Hamster wasn’t sure what he wanted to watch and so kept changing the channel. Vampire Crocodile went on biting everyone around hoping to get control of the remote control and Vampire Alligator joined from another side. Vampire Crow used its connection with the dead to summon a few undead and Vampire Raven contacted the other world directly through the portal. With Vampire Cat joining in, Vampire Panda and Vampire Penguin contributed heavily to the chaos.

With Kung Fu Panda on Star Movies, Vampire Panda had no option but to go berserk, and was stopped by Vampire Penguin who wanted to watch Happy Feet. With Vampire Cat’s desire to watch Puss in Boots gone awry Vampire Crow decided to sneak in and put on The Crow on HBO, but that was thwarted by Vampire Crocodile who managed to put the National Geographic Channel. Vampire Alligator tried to defend the Discovery Channel, but the Vampire Raven sneaked in. With the undead minions joining, and the sofas, tables and chairs thrown around, the television barely survived.

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Nowadays, things have calmed down and are getting more peaceful with #TATASkyTransfer being available, providing the customers with the option to watch the shows whenever we want to, with the programs stored in the devices in pockets. The shows can not only be watched in one of the rooms on one’s phone, laptop or tablet, but also while on a journey which might be too long. This surely seems like a better option than the internet download because things are rather more direct.

Now, there are wars to be fought outside, and it will be very good for the vampire community to have the internal problems solved. It is something that #TATASkyTransfer can bring everywhere and make sure that the fight for the remote is not there. The battle to watch a cricket, football or tennis match during the time of the television serials is something of epic proportions and there is the need for bring Tata Sky+ Transfer to save the day in most of the cases. So, this becomes a choice for peace and non-violence. Check here for more details about the same here: http://www.tatasky.com/transfer/

***The images used in this blog post are from the Official Facebook Page of Tata Sky, and are used to support this post.

TeNy

14 thoughts on “Battle of Ten Vampires

  1. Chalo Teny… nice creative ad for tata, I enjoyed it better than many commercials… I guess ur the correspondent in the vampire world, this journalist did not find job in the human world so went to join as appretice in the vampire world… and what action can imagine them in fast commentary I would have liked the minions here… nice read… goodday

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    • Thanks 🙂 Human world has jobs which ask for experience, but you can’t have experience without having a job. Vampire world has free jobs, but no experience or money added.

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      • hmmm… ur becoming a smart blogger I can see some ads up right, it’s good only… U know the song… Golmaan hai bhai sab Golmal hai… there is a line there… paise kamane ke liye paisa chahiye… anyway… ur still travelling for a while sponsored by the blog conferance… I think they give you tips as well SEO, and things… nice to know blogger groups are popular in India these days with meetings etc…nice

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      • Nothing is sponsored. I travel with my own money. I have food on my own, I arrange accommodation, and waste the money very well. No tips too. They are not that much popular in the South, but I find them anyway.

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      • You can even have jobs online… freelancer.com, elance, worknhire, guru… there are plenty of clients so you always have choices of earning some money to save you from selling property.

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      • The sites I gave you are good ones… you can figure everything yourself if you try or open your mind… upwork, elance and freelance are popular… worknhire only worked for me… the rest sites competitive market…anyway… ur a hard nut, find fault with everything.

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