I was reading about slaking hunger and the table on page 212, and there are several things which confuse me.
First, it says that you can slake 1-2 hunger without risk of harming the human. Staking 1 sip takes three turns and slakes 1 hunger, and slaking 2 hunger takes a scene.
Then down below it says that you can slake 1-4 hunger harmfully and it takes one turn per hunger slaked, and that the mortal must make a Str + Stam check with a DC equal to the hunger slaked.
Then at the bottom it says slaking 5 hunger kills a human.
I have a few questions. The thing that confuses me the most is that one sip, slaking 1 hunger, takes 3 turns - but down below, it says slaking 1 hunger takes one turn. Does that mean I have to slake 3 hunger before it becomes deadly? Or is it if you want to feed quickly and do it forcefully that it becomes dangerous? If I slake 2 points recklessly, then the mortal takes 2 aggravated damage, but does it put him in immediate danger?
What if I slake 3 hunger? If I slake 3 hunger then what is the difficulty for the mortal to survive? 3 or 1?
What is the maximum hunger I can slake from a mortal?
It also says on page 213 under bite attacks that for each blood slaked from a mortal, it deals 1 aggravated damage per turn and slakes one hunger per turn, whereas in the table on page 212, it says the first hunger slaked takes 3 turns and doesn't deal damage.