Stuff we know.
- There is a cure for vampirism.
- The new spin-off series will focus on Klaus in New Orleans and his redemption story.
- Haley (a warewolf) will be in the new series.
- Witches will play a factor in the new series.
A good catalyst to have Klaus leave TVD and move to the new series would be to cure him. As an original Vampire/Hybrid Klaus is too powerful and angry at the MFG to just leave them without killing all of them (except Caroline). If Klaus is cured he would have good reason to be scared of all the people he has pissed off (especially Tyler atm), and he would litterally run for his life.
Curing Klaus would also explain his travel to New Orleans, a city he helped make what it is today, so that he can get help when looking for a way to become a Vampire again. Which brings into play the Witch element, as they atttempt to re-cast the original Vampire spell.
Once Klaus is no longer a Vampire he will only be a Warewolf and therefore forced to turn on every full moon, this pain, this curse could be the trigger that starts him down the road to redemption, and would explain Haley's involvment as she helps him come to grips with his new Warewolf life.
This is just my theory and is always changing, feel free to chip in
Regards Lazy Lad
@ Lynx81...sure man! Yeah..Klaus as an ordinary werewolf would be putting a huge bullseye on back! Considering he has many enemies and that as wolf,he would be pretty vulnerable against them..
^ I like your theory as well! It would be interesting to see Klaus trying to turn himself back into an Original Vampire after being cured,cause if he was just a new born vampire/werewolf hybrid..he would still be weak and vulnerable against his enemies
The big debate that my friends and I are having about curing Klaus is whether or not it will also cure his line of vampires. Understandably killing an original vampire will also kill his line but I am not sure if that is true for the cure. One of the ideas I have heard in regards to the spinoff with Klaus is that he will be cured and he will seek redemption in New Orleans and the catalist of the his redemption will come from him no longer being a vampire but simpy a werewolf that is bound to the curse. I think that is great concept to start the new show with but in doing so he may just cure his own line, which is every main character on the show. Only time will tell
If Klaus is cured I don't think his entire bloodline would be cured, because then they might as well change the show to The Diaries, since everyone will be human again.
I also highly doubt the cure would do anything to Klaus's line (though I still wonder why Klaus had Kol kill Mary Porter just so they would learn of her bloodline; could Klaus and Kol be covering something up--the reasoning behind why Klaus would wish to hide this fact is bizarre almost like a writing error OR future plot device; if anything I'd think he'd want to prove his bloodline tie without a doubt...taking away their options) other than severing it's ties and origins. It will now be making a truly powerful and "here to stay" type of vampire lineage... A new species, in much the same way the original werewolves (or regular werewolves like the TV series, who may be a species and not born of a mystical disease) are, with there origins being cloudy and going back as far as human history and memory has existed...in any form.
It wouldn't surprise me that Katherine would not only ram the cure down his throat (or hit him with an injection dart--easy stuff), but possibly NOT kill him as she knows he has enemies from here to the moon... He killed her entire family, was going to sacrifice her, forced her to sacrifice her humanity, and perhaps along with that last curse lose the love of HER life because he doesn't seem to love vampires as much as he does a human... She loathes him. More than anyone else, I think. Leaving him alive let's him suffer far more than a death after realizing, just barely what he has lost. She might want it to sink in, for a long time to come. So I think the topic is dead on, Klaus WILL be a target. I do hope he makes it into the new series as you guess, it would be nice.
This series is about vampires, so the other while having witches a few vampires and miscellaneous things, I think it may focus on werewolves instead. Perhaps it will be in that series were we finally meet the original pack? If it is werewolves with humans, much like a mirror of the Vampire Diaries, then they'll certainly be there eventually.
We'll see what happens with Tyler as well as he is the only hybrid on the planet left alive. With that fact also means that if Klaus is taken a notch down, there will be no more anti-werewolf venom cure-all. They of course never did try drinking the blood of another hybrid, perhaps Tyler's works as well...Klaus is known to be selfish and a liar.
Should be promising if they do this new series right, but I think Klaus's days as an original hybrid are soon drawing near to a close...
I think when Tyler was gloating and teasing Klaus while he was trapped in Elena's house, Tyler said he think whatever happens to Klaus only happens to Klaus in an occasion he is cured which means others will stay as vampires because their blood line will be broken with Klaus. Although this explaination is weird but since Tyler was so looking forward to killing Klaus with confidence I am buying that this will be the theory they will work with in this show.
Well if the cure does break the bloodline I would guess this is fully possible due to the fact that it IS, of course, magic in origin--it isn't Tyenol or Sudafed from the drugstore. It's very powerful and was created by an very powerful witch to create the MOST powerful being EVER created (we think, but there are a lot of seasons to come ;p). So if it can do that much, I think it's possible it can break the bloodline when vampires were not even a glimmer in Silas's eyes when it was created to finish him off (along with the five; also what was up with Qetsiyah's calcified blood, who would make it...for what purpose...is it an essential ingrediant in the cure since SHE helped Silas become immortal through a ritual--most likely involving lives lost and her blood, maybe it's like a catalyst). Anyway...
Of course Silas killed a Hunter, say hello to Hunter's curse. If he isn't suffering from it (if we see him soon; it'll be funny if he actually was/is a nice guy, but due to the curse and the fact he has risen, no new Hunter's will rise meaning they created a shit-storm as the curse is permanent--and thanks to some bitch with a lover's complex kicked the collective world in the nuts...) then we can guess Jeremy will raise from his ring--but, perhaps it's slow as he was transitioning back to a human at the moment he died... But, for all we know Silas knows how to remove curses like that.
One more thing... Elijah is still out there roaming about and we have no idea what he's going to do. Now it has little to do with the sister-series being made and maybe not anything with Klaus or Kol, but we should remember that Elijah IS wandering about with a bottle of ressurection. Just to let everyone think...
That is an intersting point about Jeremy no longer being a hunter, I wonder if that is how the hunters were designed, to change back to being human once Silas was freed, or perhaps they stay hunters until Silas is dead, since that is why they were created in the first place.
I assume that since the hunters curse is a curse (ie magic) that Silas being this big bad will be able to counter it, but who knows.
Also Elijah said that the ressurection juice had to be consumed before the person died, and it would protect them from death. Elijah also said that Damon's blood nullified the effects, when Elijah had planned to give is to Elena, so who knows what impact the whole hunter thing would have.
Yiou know I also wonder if the cure is also actually blood of some type, of course with some ritualistic magic thrown in too. Because, Silas had it "at hand" and the ONLY thing Silas would even begin to bother to want to drink at that point is...blood. I mean maybe you can just do the whole force it down his throat things, but Silas did have to be active somewhat to even GET the damned thing. I wonder if some of the cure had Qetsiyah's blood in it.
Which brings up that rock of calcified human blood, Qetsiyah's blood. Why in the hell was that thing there? Why did (I assume Silas told Shane via the wife hallucination) Shane bother to bring it, proof, bait? What the hell exactly is that thing capable of...it has to be something incredibly powerful...maybe it'll be what Silas is after later on, something needed to help bring back the dead, i.e. his lover. SPOILER FOR NEXT WEEK: Silas obviously must have some great powers just from the get go, along with strength (or telekinesis). He freed Shane and healed him (from the promo video). He also didn't kill Bonnie and left her in Shane's care and Shane insinuated that Jeremy may've been sacrificed by Silas, but Silas may've promised or said to Shane that he'd bring him back (atleast that's what they made it sound like). END SPOILER. But, considering that Jeremy already saw that Silas was using deception via hullicinations, somehow with blood, we really don't know if Silas is good, bad, or grey (most likely grey like everyone else and he's acting out of desparation and "may" be neutral in stance unless you go out of your way to align yourself against him, rather than just straight up evil--he has been locked up for a VERY long time though which could drive anyone mad...).
Anyway, it'd be interesting if his weakness is something as ridiculously simple as a mix of vampire and werewolf blood and it is a unique failure to HIS condition of immortality alone. In fact the cure itself will have almost no effect on anyone else BUT Silas. NOW that will make me laugh, because Katherine will most likely be running for her life if that is so (or she takes it and wonders why she gets hit with a werewolf venom attack and has to go beg Klaus for a cure)...
good work @yoghurtforthesoul I totally forgot about Elijahs resurrection juice!!! hmmmmm so I think Katherine is working for Klaus, because he was so helpful to Forwood in giving them directions to the bat cave. y I dont know, getting back on his good side?? also it just as good for Klaus if Elena or Katherine takes the cures (enter doppelgangers) so Katherine wont give it up so easy. either that or she's working with Elijah, cue leverage over Klaus. I wudn bet money that Silas can do all he's promising and while he might raise the dead they may not be themselves ie zombie followers or whatever and everyone will be like "duh like we didn't see that coming a mile off". i dont think Silas will be grey as the show is in need of a dark black and purely evil villain after Klaus has been grey for long enough. Definitely something to do with the tombstone and Qetsiyahs blood gonna come back to bite us in the ass and... Katherine seems to have both it and the cure. I also dont think Silas is strictly a Vampire so no hunters curse. Also we havent' seen the last of Vaughn since he didnt die and we know that Bonnie and Shane are healed so y are they healed and not Jer so there is so many directions this can go. cant wait for 4x15 :)
What do you think?