yeah he said in the last episode forever still means something to me he loves his family.
I think Elijah will start off with Silas calm, trying to work out a way that pleases both of them.
I think TVD writers made a mistake killing off Kol, they could have brought the idea that the mark grows faster when two or more hunters work together.Since they were all magically linked by a pact anyway. That said I think "originals' is named so for Klaus,Elijah and Rebecca but Hayley is probably an original werewolf(there are some hints to that even in TVD) so it's not going to delve on only vampire originals.I think it will look at the mythology of werwolves,vampires maybe even the ancient lineage of witches.
Hopefully if Silas succeeds in destroying the Other Side some of all of the deceased Originals return resurrected or as ghost for the spin-off. Kol was very amusing.
Yeah, I'm voting for Silas to take down the other side to bring the whole family back, plus a bunch of other people we need too. I think it might happen and it WILL be a guarantee if Silas (or someone under his control) kills themselves. Remember, Silas has fairly strong ways of convincing people.
Next up is Klaus's new witch problem in New Orleans should be interesting or atleast it WILL prove to be the catalyst that gets him and the rest of his family to move down there. Since the show IS called, "The Originals", I wonder if this witch plans on "balancing out" nature a different way than normsl: creating the Original Pack might be considered a form of "balance" and would certainly warrant Klaus's attention. The next idea is that she is going to change werewolfs in some fashion. It might affect Klaus. Perhaps allowing them to change at will or something that will destroy their race--which is why it looked like Klaus was becoming the "head of a wolf pack" in the next episode, while mentioning that he found a place to be, a family to have--werewolfs...
So we'll see. These last few episodes are goimg to be one hell of a ride,
I had not thought of that but yes Silas bringing back the dead Originals would be great.
Well I got just about everything wrong (which is why I like TVD show, it can be very unpredictable--a very LARGE problem with almost every crime or drama show on TV right now, except the very best). But, I did guess right that the witch or witches in New Orleans would somehow be using "Nature's" balancing out routine to create a strange scenario that would keep Klaus entertained (and it looked like and "felt" like that this baby of Klaus's is a fake, but is also more than just a fake too...). I'm guessing that the baby could quite possibly be a reincarnation of herself. Since she knew that she would die for practicing magic, maybe the baby is a "vessel" and when she died her soul moved into the baby. Who knows what the baby actually is: a witch, a living yet undead hybrid, something even stranger, or it really IS just a fake... A great magic trick that the spirits are allowing due to something that allows Marcel to forcefully moniter all magic and in turn possibly even the spirits themselves. Which could prove to be even a force Klaus will need to take a careful approach in handling.
It could be that the pregnancy was also allowed this one time by nature because "nature" or "the spirits" needed a capable supernatural entity to handle this situation... I personally think that the witches don't know what they are even talking about when they say, "Nature needs to find a balance". I think it's simpliar than this... There are two sides that encompass the powers for witches, the dark spirits and the light. They act as a buffer to any incredibly powerful spells (which is why expression is most likely NOT evil or good and it is most likely the "real" magic, not bounded by the spirits) like Silas's immortality--which they DON'T allow because it endangers THEIR power. The spirits most likely are in control over the "ghost realm" as well and may even have another realm just for witches that they abuse, but some warlocks and witches like Silas realized that they were being fooled and found another path to magic without the spirits.
But, if what Silas said is true about nature forcing a balance upon him then "nature" isn't controlled by the spirits and it's also far more powerful.
Anyway, it'll be interesting to see what Klaus does to "make sure" that both Marcel AND the witches aren't screwing with him--and I'm sure both sides ARE doing so... Klaus should be slightly concerned over the calm shown by both parties, that is certain.
What do you think?