- The creators have said that they are inspired by WTNV and big fans in Youtube comments.
- Confirmed in 2x13 when J-P's consciousness is placed into Will's old body.
- Considering what a Control Freak the Dean is to Carmilla, it makes sense. Especially considering that the Dean would probably want to keep an eye on Carmilla after that whole business with Ell.
- Confirmed at the end of Season Two, Episode 6.
- Confirmed as of Episode 19; he has indeed become a huge problem, what with the declaring all vampires on campus must be detained. According to Laura's Twitter, he has also issued different ID cards to all non-human students.
- Since The Dean was able to resurrect Danny as a vampire from completely dead, it's entirely possible the plan *was* for Danny to kill him while feeding, so the Dean could then turn him as well. She did mention needing "muscle" after all. And turning Kirsch works two-fold: he's grateful to her for raising Danny, and Danny is beholden to her for fixing her "mistake" of killing Kirsch.
Since Laura's transformation into a vampire seems inevitable, that raises the question of what animal she would be be able to transform into. What if the answer is right there in the theme song, Love Will Have Its Sacrifices? In between the lines of the song, the singer makes an unusual series of vocalizations: "Oo-eh, oo-eh, oo-eh, eh, eh..."
Its placement may in fact be a clue about the end of the series. Think about what that might sound like sped up. Like every stock monkey sound in the background of a jungle scene, right? Given the animal theme of the vampires, an animal sound here is likely relevant to the vampire characters. The vampire character most pertinent to the series whose animal form is yet to be revealed is the yet-to-be-vampire Laura. Ergo, Laura is a monkey!
- Perry: Let's see. Fan-favorite, Woobie, emotionally tied to the entire main cast, being possessed against her will by the main villain? Girl may as well have a bulls-eye painted on her back.
- Sherman: He's already won the fans over, and it's established he'd do anything for his daughter. A Heroic Sacrifice wouldn't be surprising, coming from him.
- Danny: Given the way she's been acting, it wouldn't be surprising if the main characters end up having to kill her in self-defense. Bonus points if she dies as herself.
- Kirsch: Once he outlives his usefulness, or tries to stand up to Vampire Danny.
- Jossed. Only J.P. died, Laura died and came back, and Carmilla actually got less dead.
To determine who Laura's mother may be, we can look at the original novella. In the original, Laura's mother was a Karnstein and died when Laura was very young. Following the legend that says vampires torment their living families, Carmilla is drawn to Laura by that connection. Carmilla holds off attacking her for as long as she can but eventually eats every other beautiful young lady in the region and bites Laura in her sleep and drains her over several nights. There are implied to be ghosts in Laura's father's mansion, and the spirit of Laura's mother sends a ghost middleman to wake Laura in the middle of Carmilla's feeding to protect her. Laura sees Carmilla, and Carmilla hastily retreats. That is the role Laura's mother plays in the story.
In the web series, there are no ghosts per se. There is, however, J.P., the boy whose soul is bound to the library's catalog. When the library threatens to hurt Laura and LaFontaine, he tells them to run. LaFontaine gives him more ability to express himself, and he helps out Laura and company throughout the show. When Laura, Carmilla, and LaFontaine flee into the library after the Vordenberg events, the library gives them shelter and works with J.P. to help them. J.P. ends up acting as the library's spokesman. Thus, the closest thing to a ghost acts as the middleman between the library and Laura to help her, serving the role of Laura's mother in the novella. The library also enables Papa Hollis to find it and enter to find his daughter. While of an inscrutable nature, the library appears to favor Laura and support her in all her efforts, including romancing Carmilla. Of all the characters featured, the library may be the most plausible candidate.