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11th Jun '15 7:59:16 AM Morgenthaler
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[[WMG: TrueBlood takes place in the {{Daybreakers}} universe]]

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[[WMG: TrueBlood takes place in the {{Daybreakers}} Film/{{Daybreakers}} universe]]
24th Aug '14 10:18:01 PM pittsburghmuggle
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If Sookie would have shot him with her light ball, it would have destroyed the vampire part of Bill leaving only the human. If Sookie would have told Bill about being able to read his thoughts, they may have been able to figure this out - but as always on this show PoorCommunicationKills.

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If Sookie would have shot him with her light ball, it would have destroyed the vampire part of Bill leaving only the human.human, thus removing both of thier superhuman aspects. If Sookie would have told Bill about being able to read his thoughts, they may have been able to figure this out - but as always on this show PoorCommunicationKills.
24th Aug '14 10:13:43 PM pittsburghmuggle
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** As much as I had hoped this was true, Pam has since stated to have felt Tara meet the true death, so unless she somehow knew Tara was planning something and was telling Eric that she met the true death so he wouldn't question her whereabouts, it looks like the writers just really like screwing Tara over.

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** As much as I had hoped this was true, Pam has since stated to have felt Tara meet the true death, so unless she somehow knew Tara was planning something and was telling Eric that she met the true death so he wouldn't question her whereabouts, it looks like the writers just really like screwing Tara over.over.

[[WMG: Bill's hep-v, mixed with the fairy blood, was actually turning him human.]]
If Sookie would have shot him with her light ball, it would have destroyed the vampire part of Bill leaving only the human. If Sookie would have told Bill about being able to read his thoughts, they may have been able to figure this out - but as always on this show PoorCommunicationKills.
18th Jul '14 2:35:08 PM xgrinchyx
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* Because killing off a character who has been there since the beginning in the first few minutes of the season premiere is either really stupid (something I wouldn't put past the writers) or it's going to come back in the future. It should be noted that [[spoiler: her]] death is off-screen. And considering how [[spoiler: Lettie Mae]] bounces between sane and insane a lot, that could have easily been someone else's blood on her. Other notes being that [[spoiler: Pam never reacted to Tara's death, when it has been proven that makers feel the death of the their progeny]]. Also, making [[spoiler: her mother]] a main character only to kill [[spoiler: her]] off seems a bit fishy. Plus, come on, with all the crap [[spoiler: she's]] been through [[spoiler: she's]] [[EarnYourHappyEnding gotta have a nice ending to this.]]

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* Because killing off a character who has been there since the beginning in the first few minutes of the season premiere is either really stupid (something I wouldn't put past the writers) or it's going to come back in the future. It should be noted that [[spoiler: her]] death is off-screen. And considering how [[spoiler: Lettie Mae]] bounces between sane and insane a lot, that could have easily been someone else's blood on her. Other notes being that [[spoiler: Pam never reacted to Tara's death, when it has been proven that makers feel the death of the their progeny]]. Also, making [[spoiler: her mother]] a main character only to kill [[spoiler: her]] off seems a bit fishy. Plus, come on, with all the crap [[spoiler: she's]] been through [[spoiler: she's]] [[EarnYourHappyEnding gotta have a nice ending to this.]]]]
** As much as I had hoped this was true, Pam has since stated to have felt Tara meet the true death, so unless she somehow knew Tara was planning something and was telling Eric that she met the true death so he wouldn't question her whereabouts, it looks like the writers just really like screwing Tara over.
22nd Jun '14 8:05:03 PM ThatIrishReader
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And it will be because Adilyn was the only halfling to survive into (human, at least) adulthood. Maurella clearly told Andy that at ''least'' two of the quadruplets had to survive, and he failed. Assuming [[spoiler: Maurella wasn't killed by Warlow when he massacred the faerie night club]], there will be retribution, because if [[spoiler: Warlow was anything to go by]], faeries take their contracts very fucking seriously.

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And it will be because Adilyn was the only halfling to survive into (human, at least) adulthood. Maurella clearly told Andy that at ''least'' two of the quadruplets had to survive, and he failed. Assuming [[spoiler: Maurella wasn't killed by Warlow when he massacred the faerie night club]], there will be retribution, because if [[spoiler: Warlow was anything to go by]], faeries take their contracts very fucking seriously.seriously.

[[WMG: [[spoiler: Tara isn't dead.]]]]
* Because killing off a character who has been there since the beginning in the first few minutes of the season premiere is either really stupid (something I wouldn't put past the writers) or it's going to come back in the future. It should be noted that [[spoiler: her]] death is off-screen. And considering how [[spoiler: Lettie Mae]] bounces between sane and insane a lot, that could have easily been someone else's blood on her. Other notes being that [[spoiler: Pam never reacted to Tara's death, when it has been proven that makers feel the death of the their progeny]]. Also, making [[spoiler: her mother]] a main character only to kill [[spoiler: her]] off seems a bit fishy. Plus, come on, with all the crap [[spoiler: she's]] been through [[spoiler: she's]] [[EarnYourHappyEnding gotta have a nice ending to this.]]
10th Sep '13 12:06:14 PM ChaoticNovelist
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[[WMG: Sophie-Anne is really a Magnificent Bitch/ Chess Master]]
...And she's been playing everyone since day one in a XanatosRoulette to seize Eddington's territory, his money, and a source of Fairy Blood in one masterstroke and pretending to be nothing more than a spoiled brat all the while. Even if it was all just dumb luck, expect her to exclaim "EXACTLY AS PLANNED!" in the season finale. Or maybe not...

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[[WMG: Sophie-Anne is really a Magnificent Bitch/ Chess Master]]
...And she's
villain and has been ObfusticatingStupidity]]
She's
been playing everyone since day one in a XanatosRoulette an EvilPlan to seize Eddington's territory, his money, and a source of Fairy Blood in one masterstroke and pretending to be nothing more than a spoiled brat all the while. Even if it was all just dumb luck, expect her to exclaim "EXACTLY AS PLANNED!" in the season finale. Or maybe not...
7th Sep '13 10:26:24 AM culturalrebel
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[[WMG: The faeries are going to go to war against Bon Temps next season]]
And it will be because Adilyn was the only halfling to survive into (human, at least) adulthood. Maurella clearly told Andy that at ''least'' two of the quadruplets had to survive, and he failed. Assuming [[spoiler: Maurella wasn't killed by Warlow when he massacred the faerie night club]], there will be retribution, because if [[spoiler: Warlow was anything to go by]], faeries take their contracts very fucking seriously.
25th Aug '13 9:23:47 PM Nabroleon
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25th Aug '13 9:23:45 PM Nabroleon
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* I recently read the original Dracula novel, and found it interesting that the Count displays powers common to all of the major supernaturals on True Blood. He is a vampire, but he daywalks and appears and disappears a little like a fae. He can transform into animals such as bats, like a shifter. He can commune with wolves and command them, and he also seems to be able to cast magic spells for things like weather control. I predict that in the Trye Blood verse, he was a fairie who became a vampire but still sought more power, and so he studied magic, and used it to find a way to appropriate the powers of other supernaturals. Perhaps he'll come to Bon Temps seeking new powers for himself.

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* I recently read the original Dracula novel, and found it interesting that the Count displays powers common to all of the major supernaturals on True Blood. He is a vampire, but he daywalks and appears and disappears a little like a fae. He can transform into animals such as bats, like a shifter. He can commune with wolves and command them, and he also seems to be able to cast magic spells for things like weather control. I predict that in the Trye True Blood verse, he was a fairie who became a vampire but still sought more power, and so he studied magic, and used it to find a way to appropriate the powers of other supernaturals. He may also have picked up his iconic fashion sense after a dalliance with Russell, who dressed a bit like him.. Perhaps he'll Count Dracula will come to Bon Temps one day seeking new powers for himself.
25th Aug '13 9:18:36 PM Nabroleon
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[[WMG: Dracula exists in the True Blood universe... And is somehow a hybrid vampire/fairie/shifter/werewolf/warlock]]
*I recently read the original Dracula novel, and found it interesting that the Count displays powers common to all of the major supernaturals on True Blood. He is a vampire, but he daywalks and appears and disappears a little like a fae. He can transform into animals such as bats, like a shifter. He can commune with wolves and command them, and he also seems to be able to cast magic spells for things like weather control. I predict that in the Trye Blood verse, he was a fairie who became a vampire but still sought more power, and so he studied magic, and used it to find a way to appropriate the powers of other supernaturals. Perhaps he'll come to Bon Temps seeking new powers for himself.
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