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Damy gets called up a second time to take his rightful place on the throne in the vampire world, and decides to take Deirdre to the ceremony as his guest. As Damy has to marry a pre-selection of candidates, a distressed Deirdre disguises herself as a vampiremeerkat/candidate for Damy to marry.
Damy quickly discovers her and asks her directly about her decision to interfere, which forces Deirdre to confess her love for him. As the crowd starts getting nervous and urges him to pick a mate, Damy manages to use the vampire laws against them and decides to marry Deirdre. They both become king and queen of vampiremeerkats.
Damy has to leave Deirdre behind to become king of vampiremeerkats and marry another woman.
Deirdre stays behind in the regular world and has to accept that Damy will never return to the regular world, until he suddenly enters the forest with a huge army. He explains to Deirdre that this is the destiny the vampiremeerkats were waiting for, and she has to stay inside his house if she wants to survive. He also tells her he can no longer meet up with her.
While Damy and Deirdre are being chased by the angry mob from the original ending, they instead manage to escape and hide inside his house. As the crowd is drawing near, Damy comes to the conclusion they need to disappear and lay low for a period of time in order for everyone to fully forget about them, so they can start over.
As Damy is immortal, he suggests Deirdre needs to freeze herself, and promises to go get her in the future. While hesitant, she lets him take her to the underground laboratory of a familiar scientist, who is forced to agree to Damy's request. Even so, Damy kills him after he explained the controls of the machine.
In the year 12.000, Damy returns to the underground laboratory and wakes Deirdre up in a humanized world, inhabited by meerkats. Damy said that somewhere along the way a vampiremeerkat might've shared their knowledge with mortals.
The One-Scratch-and-Spotted-Field no longer exists, and is just another city. Damy's house also no longer exists, as it was destroyed by the mob
Damy transforms Deirdre into a vampire, so he doesn't have to bear with the consequences of her mortality. But the transformation changes her personality, and her behaviour towards him becomes more like his mother's.
This ending has no conclusion.
Deirdre dies of old age and Damy ends up alone, living in regret he never told Deirdre his feelings for her. From that moment on, he becomes even more distant and anti-social towards the outside world.
"Alternate future" Ending
When Deirdre again returns to her home in the far future, she learns that Damy has gotten a more monstrous appearance and became a tyrannizing animal. His mindless destructive nature turned the forest into an empty wasteland, and forced the survived generations to live underground and hide from him every second of the day.
Because of this, these meerkats have a black, white or blueish fur, are nearly blind, underfed, and developed a different language.
When Deirdre meets up with Damy, he again doesn't remember her and their history repeats, though it is implied that Damy will never be able to speak full sentences again or show any signs of civility.
When Deirdre again returns to her home, she immediately meets up with Damy, who is now crowned king of vampiremeerkats and is leading an army.
Similar to the "Necessary" Ending, Damy has taken over, but at the same time is still looking for Deirdre while disposing of all the "fake Deirdres" that present themselves to him.
While all captured impersonators, including the real Deirdre, are seconds away from being buried alive by a vengeful Damy, Deirdre's noticeably different behaviour manages to give him new hope that the real Deirdre is present.
While his right hand man tries to talk him out it, noting on all the talented impostors in the past who gave him the same doubts, Damy still decides to give all Deirdres the chance to prove themselves.
As the real Deirdre is present in the room, and the other girls notice Damy's reaction towards her, they try to mimic her behaviour and use mind tricks to get information out of her to win Damy over.
What follows is a neverending loop of false hope and disappointment. As all the women are getting wiser thanks to Deirdre, Damy is eventually no longer able to determine who is real and who is fake, as even his own tricks and knowledge doesn't work.
Years after his death from the original ending, Damy gets cloned by a scientist who works for special forces, that want to use Damy's strength for their own causes. Damy is reborn without any memories, but remembers his passion for violence and his home before anything else. He escapes from his maker, and soon meets up with Deirdre's skeptic daughter, who happens to live in his house.
After Damy fully remembers who he is, he wants to use Deirdre's daughter to get the deceased Deirdre back somehow with the help of the scientist, who only agrees to help him if Damy turns himself in. After a long struggle he discovers there's no way to retrieve her, and slowly bonds with her daughter instead.
Kurt tells Damy he is disappointed in what he's become in this life, but also that he's able to change time and start over if he wishes not to die. While Damy understands that the whole hallucination is caused by his dying body as a last resort, and his father is not actually speaking to him, he still wonders if he should start over and try to be a better person, in order to have a future with Deirdre.
While he also has doubts whether staying alive would really be that much better, he accepts, and then wakes up in a regular meerkat hole and his long hair cut, implying he grew up most of his life being a normal resident.
The key change in this life is his mother's changed personality; which allowed Damy to be raised by his mortal father, and she, as the "fair" queen of vampires, created a world where vampires and mortals co-exist.
Yet Damy hasn't actually experienced this new life himself, and most of his past is just a far memory.
While his body doesn't actually suffer from any traumas or braindamages, the fact he remembers everything from his past life makes it hard for him to adapt and live with the beings he used to hunt down.
Before it proves too much for him, he meets up with Deirdre, who thinks he's having a cramp. She does not recognize him and Damy finds her having a relationship with Timon. Damy feels tricked by his own magic, and after Deirdre doesn't believe his words and Timon continuously tries to convince her he's dangerous and a freak, he concludes that Timon has to disappear, but wonders whether that would be better for Deirdre, as she appears happy to be with Timon.
When Damy confesses his grumpiness to be connected to his love for "this girl", Deirdre is convinced he's not as evil Timon fears him to be, and instead makes it her goal to involve him to all her activities, and even pushes him to either confess to this girl or let her go.
Ironically, Deirdre has said not to like Damy's "girlfriend".