Such a sad end to a young life, sorry for your loss Maria.
Spriggans, Elementals, Aliens, Angels, Sub-terrestrials (under ground people), Revenants, Reapers, Goblins, Elves, Gnomes, Dwarves, Demi-gods and Demi-goddesses, Boggarts, Hobgoblins, Leprechauns, Centaurs, Human-Animal Hybrids (see film Splice), Zombies, Killer Robots. I could spout more but I think that will suffice for now :-)
Well I guess I was right lol. Well about everything except Esther being resurrected in her original body but still...:-D
Witches dying from overuse of Magic is no different to a Human dying from far too much exercise. I wouldn't consider that the same thing as Wolfsbane burning Werewolves or Vervain burning Vampires.
I like that theory, I've wondered for a while if they would ever bring in God or a god.
Neither would I. It was said in Season 4 that Witches are the architects of the supernatural species, meaning that all the things that go bump in the night, Vampires, Hybrids, Werewolves etc were created by Witches.
I am glad you like that theory, I think we could see some sort of deity, since it has been confirmed that Bonnie and Damon will be in Season 6 just in some "other place" so considering they disappeared into light it is safe to assume they are in some heaven-like higher dimension and the ones who were sucked away into darkness, Katherine, Vicki, Silas, Markos etc are in "The Dark Dimension". It is about time the show started reusing stuff from the books, I mean it worked out great for them the last time they did...i.e Klaus.
Toe Knee 17 wrote: Silas and Amara obviously don't count because they were truly Immortal with no weaknesses whatsoever, but that was most probably due to Expression being involved in their creation (Just my opinion).
Silas and Amara did have their weaknesses, and they were invulnerable yes but truly Immortal, no, they could be undone by magic (the Cure), they could be desiccated and they could be affected through their Doppelgangers as was shown in the show when Qetsiyah used Stefan to mute Silas' powers. If they were truly Immortal then they would still be alive but are they?...no both are very dead.
Now I know Witches are Natural as well, but maybe they don't have any specific weaknesses because they are Human, at least in terms of what can kill them. They don't have a supernatural healing ability, whereas Werewolves do. Werewolves can heal from most wounds. The only things they can't heal from are, e.g. a broken neck, and that's because it's instant. Also, a wound to a vital organ would probably kill them because they'll probably bleed out before they can fully heal, but I think you see the point I'm trying to make.
Werewolves are harder to kill than Witches, which is possibly why Nature gave them more weaknesses.
Witches do have their weaknesses, overuse of magic, consequences for use of dark magic etc, I theorize they must have been created at some point too, perhaps by a higher power or maybe God himself to protect the Earth of which he created. Though the fact that Wolfsbane burns Werewolves and Hybrids in exactly the same way that Vervain burns Vampires and Hybrids is evidence to suggest that Werewolves were indeed created in spite of nature with Dark Magic.
Kill Bill? I haven't seen the movies in awhile, but I think that is a Bill quote.
Yes it was a Bill quote thanks for reminding me :-)
I am not afraid to eat crow. Wolfsbane is a very valid point. Then it makes me think. Why? As JP stated in a recent interview no one wants to be a werewolf. So why punish and not kill?
Why go for the kill when you can go for the hurt? I am quoting someone there but can't remember who.
Exactly, if Werewolves were natural then Wolfsbane wouldn't burn them, so it is safe to assume that the reason why Wolfsbane burns Werewolves is nature is fighting back against a Dark Magic spell, meaning it's feasible that Werewolves are not a natural species but a created species just like Vampires. I am glad you liked what I had to say :-)
Tyler was stripped of everything done to him with "Spirit Magic" there are many other types of magic, first his Hybrid status and Vampiric immortality and then as Markos put it he would simply be a boy with the Werewolf gene with a snapped neck, he couldn't be pushed back any further because he was you know dead. Lycanthropy is a curse even Werewolves and Hybrids refer to it as such and that isn't from the "books" that is from "the shows". Now to refer to something as a curse suggests a Witch created them. Werewolves are not natural, if they were natural then Wolfsbane wouldn't burn them like Vervain does Vampires, just because they are mortal beings doesn't mean that they are natural, also FYI Werewolf venom is toxic and fatal to all but Originals because of Nature, Nature likes it's balance and when Esther created Vampires to protect her family from Werewolves there were consequences, weaknesses, Sun, White Oak, Vervain, Hunger and ironically Werewolves. None of that is speculation or even theory, it is Canon.
You are merely speculating there, how do you know that Werewolves weren't created by Witches in a similar manner to how Vampires were created or even The Five? Going against nature and using dark magic to enhance a Human.
There has never been a confirmed Werewolf Witch before until Hope as we have never seen Klaus perform any magic so we can't say that he was a Werewolf Witch either. Yes he was born from a Witch and a Werewolf but we cannot say for sure either way about Klaus, my theory (not speculation) is perhaps Klaus being born a Werewolf denied him any access to Magic in the same way that Witches turned Vampires are denied access to Magic but Hope being a loophole of Nature breaks all those rules and allows her to access Magic through Esther's heritage.
I hope that turns out to be true Memnoch, but it would be cool if she could break all the rules and retain her magic when turned, perhaps even able to turn other witches into Witch-Vamps or even compel Witches, this could be why the Witches wanted her dead. I just hope the writers don't let us down or leave Hope out of Season Two, she needs to supernaturally grow up and go all Hybrid Witch bad-ass. Come to think of it there hasn't been a Werewolf Witch either so she is already breaking rules right there :-)
I know I don't understand it either, how can a child who is a untriggered Werewolf and has no Vampirism turn Dwayne and Hayley into an Undead Hybrid...and yet that tweet confirms that she isn't a Vampire or a triggered Werewolf, that is one serious BIG plot hole and if it is true then it is very very lame. I was expecting some bad-ass Hybrid Witch and from what I gather from those tweets is she is a mortal untriggered Werewolf Witch with Vampire blood running through her veins...lame...lame....lame.
Oh was that you, sorry, It would have looked more crediable if I knew it was you Nibekjah. :-) I hadn't seen the post on the page and I hadn't seen those tweets, kinda lame though huh?
It is thank you. :-) Although that makes no sense whatsoever, how can someone who isn't a Vampire already turn someone into a Vampire...you see where I am coming from?
Hope doesn't have vampirism but she does have constant vampire blood in her stystem due to her father. This lets her heals herself and if she dies in any circumstance she will be revived as a vampire most likely losing her magic abilities due to not being able to be a vampire and witch at the same time.
Hope has the werewolf gene this part of her is probably the largest part of her since her parents both have the werewolf gene as well. This won't be activated unless she kills someone.
That sounds like a lot of mere speculation on your part number 94, where as I was making predictions. Have you got proof that Hope will be aging normally because I haven't seen that anywhere? As for Hope not having Vampirism or an active Werewolf side tell that to that dead Hybrid Dwayne whom she sired or even her mother Hayley whom she also sired. Tell me how a child with no active Werewolf side or Vampirism can turn Werewolves into Hybrids. Can you answer me that?
Tyler used Hope's blood to turn Dwayne into a Hybrid. Only a Vampire-Werewolf Hybrid could do that and it has already been confirmed that she is not undead but very much alive and also part witch since Elijah used her blood to undo Papa Tunde's spell that held Rebekah. Therefore she is definitely a Tribrid. I can see her aging supernaturally quick to maturity and then stopping, she will also most probably exhibit new powers perhaps being able to compel Witches or possibly even turn Witches into Vampires that retain their magic. I agree that it would be a waste to have the whole first season based on Hope and then to never see her again, that would be dumb imo.
What if Elena or any of the other Doppelgangers was a twin and didn't know about it?
The first episode of Gallows Hill is complete, which was written by me, check it out and feedback is welcome.
Also two episodes in the Fan Specials side-story series have been written by Icedancer487 and are complete - check those out too.
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I would love the cliffhanger to be Hayley dying in childbirth but awakening a Hybrid due to the blood bond between Mother and Daughter and all the harvest energy that once made Davina so powerful flows into Esther and resurrects her (in a similar way Celeste was resurrected in her original body) and this makes her more powerful than ever and she would be the big bad of Season Two.