I think his death was too anticlimactic. And his expression when killed still makes me think he planned something and either body jumped, made a deal with someone, or just find a way back somehow. Unlikely though.
No they were definitely not a thing. Elijah hated Tristan, always had. He turned him so he could compel him to take his place as a distraction for Mikael.
@JohnStreams its been confirmed that mental health carries on when one becomes a vampire. Aurora had mental disability as a human and it was heightened when she became a vampire. Lizzie's will also be heightened if she were to ever turn.
Hope wouldn't exist
Because Esther left her to start a family with one of the men who raided their village and enslaved her.
Josie definitely has something going on with her, but whether its an illness on it's own like Lizzie's or a side effect of something else; such as putting her own needs and health aside to take care of Lizzie so their parents wouldn't have to worry, remains unknown. It could even be both, she could also have a mental illness but kept it from her family because she didn't want her parents to have to worry about 2 kids, in doing so she bottles everything up till she snaps.
No you do not need the blood of Dahlia or Esther bloodline. And an Original Siphon-Vampire can be killed just as easily as and other original. Clearly you're the one who doesn't pay attention.
@Novak0winchester Esther and Dahlia's bloodline does not have a name so clearly I am talking about them when I say Mikaelson, especially since the only people in that family now are Mikaelsons. And still you do not have to be one to do that spell. Hope is definitely not a moralist. Kol and the Heretics did not control themselves, and even if they did that is irrelevant as they were not confirmed to have a mental illness prior to turning. Watch season 3 of TO, Aurora is what Lizzie would become. She was insane. And Freya does not know everything about everything, that would be Kol (out of that family group).
@Tommy,Klaus&Kol2012+ An Original (Vampire) Siphoner is no different than a regular Vampire-Siphoner, except for benefits that only pertain to Original Hybrids. There is no reason to think Nature would not allow it.
Nature was not the one to stop Klaus and keep him from being a Hybrid. That was Esther and some dead witches playing god.
You do not have to be a Mikaelson to cast that spell. Hope would never do that. That would be catastrophic since when those like Lizzie who have mental illness become a vampire it does not magically go away, it is heightened and they become out of control. And though Josie doesn't have a diagnosis she is not ok and will not be ok.
What do you mean, "more powerful"? She was only shown once in one episode. We have nothing to compare it to as we didnt see anything else of her. And they never went into detail of how they all did it, she could have channeled something, anything. It was never said whether she did or not. Literally nothing is known.
^except there is no plot holes in this specific subject. Too many fans make up plot holes when they don't like how things are. And you know what an actual plot hole that the fandom ignores is; 'the daggers should have worked on Klaus before he broke his curse, he needed a daylight ring because his werewolf side wasn't active to protect him so it shouldn't have protected him from the dagger'. But that's a story for another time on a different thread (so as not to derail this one).
Point is; while there are a crap ton of plot holes in these shows, not everything is a plot hole and the fandom has the habit of picking and choosing what is a plot hole based solely on what they like, not what is logic.
^not really. Name a time they did that. Because despite what many think, vampire-siphon hybrids do not go against established lore of witches being unable to be vampires. Because it is still; witches cannot be vampires or werewolves. Siphons are a subspecies, a loophole - just like Hope.
And actively looking for retcons and plot holes is not a good thing.
The Mikaelsons didn't give up anything. They -specifically Klaus- played Dahlia then killed her.
And The Hollow has nothing to do with this.
@ Tommy. You may not like the fact that ot absolutely canonically had to be someone related by biological blood, but that doesn't mean you can call it an error or claim they could retcon it so it's fits with how you want it. That would be like me saying Joshua should have been immuned to the beast venom cause I didn't want him to die. It's illogical and untrue.
Same reason why Dahlia didn't just kill 5 year old Freya and take her magic instead of raising her. Power grows over time.
The child would die.
^No an Original Hybrid cannot have kids. Klaus was confirmed to be the only one time exception for a very specific reason.
@ Tommy. No. Not at all. That is not at all how it works. Being sired by Hope's aunt does not in any way make Aurora her blood relative. Marcel did not volunteer. None of the rest were vampires(hybrids) and finding them and turning them would take too much time that they didnt have.
@Tommy,Klaus&Kol2012+ season 4 episode 13
Vincent: "But with the book gone, I need a place that's both powerful and eternal. And in order to make the transition work, I'm gonna need something that's connected to Hope through blood."
Freya: "They need four vampires... each related by blood to Hope. I can be the fourth... if I turn."
It does not have to be an Original. It has to be a blood relative.
No they could not. When discussing putting the Hollow in the Mikaelson's and separating them, it was said (more than once by both Vincent and Freya) that it had to be 4 vampires each related by blood to Hope. That's why Freya was going to turn, because she didn't want Hayley to have too and they were not sure Kol would show up. If it could have been any random vampires, the entire sacrifice would have been pointless and they never would of had to seperate. But it HAD to be blood relative. For some reason everyone forgets that.
@Retiredguy567 doesn't matter. Klaus was only able to procreate for one specific reason that does not apply to Hope.