I doubt there's a difference between peace and oblivion, at least that's what I hoped for the show was going for. The only difference is that those that were trapped on the other side when it was disintegrating one could say they were sucked into oblivion which to my opinion was a great dramatic effect, the most important being Katherine. Quite fitting really since she made fun of people believing in a higher power yet seemingly a "higher power" dragged her out of existence. :)
Correction: oblivion (atheistic version of post-death), not hell. The writers said they didn't want a hell in an interview if I recall right.
Probably not, otherwise she will more or less die when Bonnie dies by aging and Damon is only willing to wait because he won't age and he wants Bonnie to have the opportunity to a life.
I hope they explore Damon's side without a girl. He spent 145 years trying to dull his emotions while finding a way to open the tomb where he thought Katherine was only to become Elena's lapdog and I'm greatly looking forward to it. Based upon the ending it's possible Damon will "act out" because he's bored or something, I'm hoping that won't be the case. I would like to see some character development where tries to focus on what he wants out of life for himself, always got the impression that he was very freedom oriented when he was a human so maybe he can start there.
I would also like to see Caroline move up in the world. Klaus said to her in season 3 "Mark my words. A girl like you will never be satisfied in a small town like this" or something similar and I'm hoping he was right on that prediction.
I'm not interested in the lore regarding Heretics, but hopefully they will be filled with bizarre character personalities that might lighten up the show.
I think she inherited Klaus's blood but she has not died yet so she's neither in transition or a vampire. However, if she dies her own blood she received from Klaus will put her in transition and then if Klaus dies it's possible she will die.
Doubtful. a) Why would nature produce them when there are no immortals left? They were produced because they needed a "shadow copy" die in there stead or something like that (or I suppose that's what Qetsiyah's rationalization of the occurrence itself).
and b) many viewers thought they really never made anywhere with that particular plot and I agree. I enjoyed it when it was in the background, like a different phenomenon than vampires, werewolves or witches. Although I might be blaming that because Silas/Qetsiayh turned out to be a real letdown.
Not now since Silas died (permanently, he got sucked into the oblivion like Katherine).
Katherine got it sucked out after Damon forced her to be fed by Silas and then Amara stuck a glass piece in Silas neck and sucked it out from him. There plan was for Damon to suck it from Elena.
I also had a reaction towards the whole growing older faster as the body is catching up but Damon is only some 170 years as opposed to Katherine who was 530 something. If the effect is linear (theoretically), that is about 3 times as slow so I would say Damon would then have 1 season to live for.
Now it doesn't like Damon will take it but someone else might but it will still be contextual depending on the situation and the person taking it given how often they have broken rules before.
i dont know i just think it would be awesome to bring her back
Oh, man this show. It went from vampirism to soul jumping witches and time travel. I'm so onboard with finding a lost s04 Katherine and she manages to escape. :)
Yes, but when he made his first kill as a vampire he awakened his werewolf part, thus allowing him to procreate (possibly only with werewolves but unverified so far).
Either way, I find the idea that vampires become immortal at the expense of procreation poetic justice. Simultaneously as most creatures become weaker as they age vampires become stronger.
I don't know how you figure that but their undead "part" strips the ability to procreate, has nothing to with what kind of immortal you are (I don't think they never bothered to go into if Silas or Amara could procreate but given their whole story line was a huge failure I'll just pass it). Basically a man's sperm production and a woman's eggs most likely just die or stops function.
And then on the show, they could show when Klaus murdered Katherine's family and the aftermath of the first few days after she ran away. Could give us some insight into Elijah's and Klaus' relationship because Elijah was kinda a lackey in that time to Klaus.
I'm not sure if they intended to make an Original family at that time but considering Rose's remark to call Elijah footsoldier and easterbunny compared to Klaus it's possible Elijah was more intended to be a sireling rather than a brother.
Anyway, I definitely agree about a Katherine flashback and showing it when Klaus murdered her family and of course if Elijah was even there to help or if he just stood behind and pretented to be the noble brother like usual.
It's not, it's personal which is what Damon said to Elena while she was still together with Stefan.
Will doppelgangers continue to exist forever even after their progenitor dies?
It's all very plothole-y in my opinion.
It would make more sense if they lost their doppelgänger status as soon as a progenitor dies but I think the writers wrote themselves into a hole and just left to concentrate on shallow relationships to keep up with viewers.
I agree with Toe Knee 17, there's no indication that proves Silas was an undead, at least not Season 5 Silas.
I never read that one, I hope it's true. I've lost interest in this show but bringing Katherine back in some weird ass twist at the end of season 6 would be cool even if the it's the last season.
That depends on her death. If her death was instant then she will (almost) immediately die. Just so this can't happen I hope Klaus broke her neck and we have solved that little issue. :)
Why not just reveal it in your thread? Anyway, I want to know so please tell me. :)