Did anyone else love when the Originals were in TVD and Klaus was trying to get his family back and it turned into a search for the cure?
I’ve always wondered what it’d be like for Klaus to be a witch. Either Klaus as a witch before he became a vampire or Klaus becoming a witch after taking the cure (1000 years later). Would he have been able to stand up to Mikael better back then? Would he have tried to resurrect Henrik himself? Would he have found a way to blend his werewolf side with his witch side as a hybrid? Would he have gone down the dark path like Dahlia and the Hollow and seek more and more power? Would he have been a ruthless witch? Would he have manufactured a spell so great that it’d be a greater threat than any of the other witches we’ve seen? Would witches have been even more afraid of him than they already were? Would he have been a magical genius like his mother and aunt? Would he have sought after dark magic or Expression? What would he have thought about Ancestral Magic (having to answer to others for power)?
Random question that popped up while I was dabbling with some TO fanfiction: you turn a wolf into a Hybrid by feeding it Hybrid + doppelgänger blood (or just Hope’s blood now). But does anything happen if the same is done to a vampire? Don’t really remember if this was covered on the show.
I love Klaus but some of the things he’s done or says is really bad and makes me feel annoyed. Like when kol was is kalebs body and was saying that he’s was daggered and died but never mourned, Klaus said “ I’ve daggered all of u” but that didn’t really make anything better and then when they daggered him he said “if by hell u mean being betrayed by those u love “ but he forced them to do that and he’s done like 1000x worse and he acted so hurt and it kinda annoyed me. Does anyone else feel like this?
I have a theory that Klaus (and possibly his brother Elijah) is alive and wanted to share it. Remember in TVD when an original is killed, his entire vampire bloodline dies too? Well that wasn’t the case for Klaus’ bloodline. Need proof? Caroline is still alive and it was said that her vampirism came from Klaus’. Rebekah and Kol should have been the only vampire bloodlines remaining.
So....with the addition of so many new supernatural creatures what do you think will happen if another supernatural creature were to die with vamp blood in their system will they become a Vampire or become a hybrid, for example if a dragon were to die with vamp blood will they become immortal and could still transform into a dragon stacking it's supernatural powers on top of each other or still a Vamp or will they fail like Klaus's Hybrids did🤔 share your thoughts......
I love this episode. Hope kind of reminded me of Klaus when she was mad at Landon for not telling her that Pothos escaped. But at the end they both looked so in love it's so adorable. ❤️
We also learned that Landon can levitate which, well seen this coming, some of us. They also gave us clues in the previous episodes that we were going to see if Landon had more powers, which he does.
Here are my questions and you guys can answer if you want. Did Alyssa really like MG? When do you think Rafael will come back. Am I the only one that wants Wade and Landon to be best friends because we have lots in common. And I also want Landon and Ethan to see each other knowing that Ethan flirted with Hope. PS I ship Handon forever and Sizzie.
We all know how a hybrid is made right? Werewolf dies with vampire blood, then they have to drink Elena’s blood in order to complete the transition. But what would happen if an untriggered werewolf became a vampire first. When they would kill someone, they’d break their curse. If this were the case, would they survive?
Why do my favorite characters get the worst story line in Vampire Diaries and Originals like Elena end up with Damon No Stefan, Hayley Marshall dies, Klaus and Elijah dies, Cami O'Connor dies, Stefan dies, Enzo dies Bonnie needs lovein her life.
1) Can untriggered werewolves be compelled?
2) Can untriggered werewolves be brought back by the Gilbert ring?
A) Can untriggered werewolves be turned into vampires? (Without Hope’s or a Doppelgänger’s blood).
B) if so, can they not trigger their curse after like Klaus did after his first kill?
I was just wondering for curiosity’s sake.
I just realized something that didn’t click in my mind before. When Hayley was thinking about what to name hope and suggested Katherine, she already knew who Katherine was. I suppose this post was pointless really but I just thought that some people might not have realized it yet so.
Just as Siphons are a subsection of witches who are likely to become vampires and still retain their power to practice, is it possible that there are werewolves who can complete the transition? I have been thinking well and if there is any kind of wolf was not featured on the show? , maybe foxes like in books that are like a subsection of werewolves maybe, jackals, hyenas, coyotes or "wild dogs", maybe a type of werewolf that was also cursed by Inandu and his followers long after the first werewolves of the Inadu tribe, who they were against their sacrifices and their followers cursed them for being a form of werewolf inferior to the traditional or werewolves who sought, with the help of witchcraft, to be superior to vampires. Could these werewolves perhaps become hybrids like Klaus easily, dying with vampire blood and completing the transition, It's possible? I would like to see the program explore this side of werewolves, perhaps revealing kinship to other wolf breeds, wolf cousins or perhaps even bears in the evolutionary chain. Wolves and bears are related to distant primitive ancestors.
Right so had I thought and I don’t know if it has been discussed before but is it possible that hope can be a true tribrid once she turns vampire? So the thought I had was this... what if hope can be a true tribrid by keeping her witch abilities. Is there a chance that hope is a siphon? I know we have never directly seen her siphon anything like Lizzie and Josie have to but could that be because she’s always had magic in her blood (like heretics)? Im really hoping that this may have a chance of happening in Legacies because she does have magic in her blood from Klaus constantly giver her a source and then when she turns hybrid she can also be a heretic = true tribrid
Am I going mad can someone else tell me they have thought this before????
I don't know if this maybe will come up in The Originals, cause I'm only in Season 1 but I've already seen the death of Elijah and Klaus at the end of season 5 and I asked myself why the sireline of Klaus didn't get killed too? We know that they didn't because in Legacies Season 1 Caroline is in Europe with Josie and Lizzie and Klaus was already dead to that point of time, which means that Caroline should have been dead too, but she wasn't. Is there a reason?