Hope's staus to me is pretty simple and easy to follow if you truly think about it. Now it's been confirmed she is not a vampire but has constant vampire blood in her system and has yet to trigger her werewolf curse. Now this makes sense for a lot of cases and rules nature previous had.
1. Vampires are not living creatures and cannot age. Hope not being a vampire makes sense loophole or not because she is living and vampires aren't living creatures which is partly why they are an abomination of nature because they are suppossed to be dead along with the fact they kill and drink blood.
2. You cannot be a witch and a vampire at the same time. This rule most likely stands for Hope as well.
3. Doppelganger blood...That will most likely not be needed when she turns into a vampire/hybrid since her blood works as creating her own hyrids so it will work for turning her into a hybrid as well she doesn't need to drink her own blood since as I said above she has her own blood and she doesn't need doppelganger blood.
Nature is all about balance. Hope maybe a loophole of nature but nature would still hold to the rules and balances of nature. The loophole part is more that she was born rather than what she is.
That being said the confusing part comes from how can she create Hybrids?
My theory is that her blood is speical kind of like Doppelganger blood but a little different. It's a potent mixture for creating or doing big spells like the hybrid curse etc. So her creating hybrids isn't a long stretch because if her blood does work like that...like Elena's did it makes sense how she can turn them into hybrids...
Klaus' blood inside her creates the vampiric part of the hybrid transitioning them into hybrids while Hope's blood works as the finshing touch.
As for what happens to Hayley is Hope dies....I'm not really bothered but I think Hope needs to die die and by that I mean vanish from this life altogether...AKA death
I think Hope doesn't need doppelganger blood to turn into a vampire/hybrid. I think that is only for Klaus' created hybrids. Hope is not a creation but was born I think the rules work a little differently for her plus I think her blood and her father's blood inside her will instantly work together to turn her into a hybrid. No doppelganger blood is necessary I think.
I mean she doesn't need what she's already got. The blood she needs is inside of her so she doesn't need to drink her own blood because she has her own blood.
See lol. This is what happens if I type a long comment lol -_-
She still has vampire blood and she is still a miracle baby she has to have some perks right ;)
Not really because back then Klaus was simply a vampire, now he's a hybrid. We have yet to see a full on fight between Mikael the vampire hunter and Klaus the hybrid to define who would be stronger.
So it's hard to say who would be stronger now. Mikael has a mental hold over Klaus but Klaus has his werewolf side. It could go either way. But Mikael was definetely stronger back in the day.
We know Klaus does care about Kol that was proven with how mad he got when he saw kol's death and also how mad he got when he found out Kol got daggered in All my children. That pretty much points to him caring about Kol. The only reason it was shown why the didn't grieve is one screentime. Two the fact that Elena was surrounded by a plot bubble and three things came up like Katherine stealing the cure, Silas and the baby thing.
I think as long as Klaus doesn't fear Elijah replacing him as a father in his child's life he won;t mind so much. It is only because the fear of losing his child why he is so against the relationship.
I loved the episode. It tied up a lot of loose ends. I'm enjoying the Cami and Klaus exchange she seems to be between liking and hating him, angry and undertstanding him and it's a good dynamic and now she has got her memories back I really can't wait how she deal with him. I'm still not sold on Haylijah and I still believe it is the worst part of the show but I'm giving it a chance none the less. I love the twist with Klaus' biological father and I really hope this means more flashbacks in the 10th centuary and exploring more of Klaus' werewolf orgin. My favourite bit however was the bit where Klaus admitted he wanted to be a good father and love his child unlike Mikael loved him. I think that was a very sweet moment and proof he does love and care for the child.
Klaus couldn't get his revenge because he was trapped in the house, then he had to find Hayley to track down Katherine who had the very thing that could destroy him other than the white oak stake, then he had Silas on his back and finally the baby news so he didn't really have time to take his revenge on the MFG and in Graduaton they seemed to forget the fact they killed Kol (the writers).
Elijah we never got to see his first reaction to the news of Kol's death, we don't know if he cried or mourned. We didn't see him until a few weeks and episodes later.