- A perverted female gets reincarnated as a perverted male ghost in a doll? Eh.
- More evidence in Magick Chicks, where Tiffany lets Layla feed off her to calm her down from a berserk rage, and later they have a touching phone conversation.
- Jossed by the characters themselves and by the comic's editor, who confirmed that they're Just Friends.
- I doubt it. It was very similar when Layla bite Chloe, and there weren't any consequences.
- Jossed - years ago. Brooke is still herself.
- Jossed, due to Layla being straight.
We also know that as a rule, those individuals who become spoiled sweet instead are seen as a good thing, correct?
Are you following me so far?
Well Nina serves pretty well as a deconstruction of this trope in that while she is for most part a very sweet-natured girl, she is still shows that spoiling/protecting her so much has retarded her personal growth which explains why she acts less like a 14 year old and more like someone half that age.
- Yeah, the naiveté is becoming hair-pullingly infuriating. It actually helps you relate to Layla's near constant exasperation with her though.
- Word of God is that it will happen, eventually.
- It's happened a lot now. Melissa has even taken centre stage in EC while MC tells a totally different story—twice.
- Word of God is that they are completely different universes. Any crossover would be something more along the lines of the 'Blair' doll seen that one time.
- It would explain the chocolate-cravings and how she's so unthreatening and tender-hearted a child of Satan.
- Nina is not a standard vampire, she feeds on chocolate instead of blood and does not have nearly any of the standard vampiric abilities because of it. Maybe that gives her immunities other vampires may not and that she or her family don't actually realize this because none of them are willing to risk it.
- Or will at least try to be, as a counterpoint to his usual Handsome Lech antics. If this does happen, though, he's bound to run rather abruptly into some harsh gender-biased double standards.
- They both had or have pink hair, which is another parallel.
- And it seems that now it happened; she became evil. And Blair says she's channeling the Dark Queen.
- Well let's look at the evidence. They're polar opposites of each other. Nina is described by a Doom Panties-Influenced Chloe of being surprisingly pure of heart that she can't corrupt though wants to. And Nina is the only vampire who loves a werewolf (in this case, Ace) while every other one treats them like dirt (the queen included). Not to mention the oddity that she craves chocolate over blood. Now look at Tia, her last name is "Darkness" which could mean she is comprised just that, darkness. We know nothing about her or where she came from (no one in the cast seems to be bothered to question this). She's the one person Nina doesn't like, she treats everyone like a minion to be ruled and has to feed off misery of others to stay in existence. Add to the fact that she and Nina have the same birthday and you start to get the feeling there's more of a connection going on here.
- Jossed, see the previous WMG.
- What's WMG about this? Anyway, Ace explains that the furry paws are him going through puberty, and that girl werewolves go through the process much faster than boys, so he basically got puberty speed up thanks to turning into a girl. When he got back to boy, he had already gone through puberty as a girl.
- Three out of 4 have been Jossed:
- Tiffany is said to be straight, albeit with a one-off attraction to Faith.
- Layla was officially confirmed to be straight by T Campbell. Whereas the comic itself shows Layla and Tiffany only think of each other as friends.
- Kade's preference depends on whether he's male, or female, but is shown to be heterosexual either way.
- She had them from early in the script, but now they are suddenly much larger.
- Jossed, Faith was never a villain. It's been shown that she's morally grey, but generally means well and has even pulled two heroic sacrifices.
- She definitely loves Nina, but that doesn't mean she's in love with her.
- First and foremost, she can't have reincarnated unless she died and, so far, there hasn't been any record of her death. At the very least, her followers would have made note of it as a day of remembrance - while for those who opposed her, at that time, it would have been cause for celebration.
Since no such record has come to light (yet), then it's entirely possible for Queen Lamia to still be alive, though she'd be very old. Possibly, by several centuries. As would all historical accounts concerning her heinous crimes against humanity. Which leads to the second point:
- The extent of the atrocities she committed may be wildly exaggerated. It wouldn't be hard to believe that travelers and braggarts (of that time period) may have spun tall tales painting her as an infamous figure in order to esteem themselves with fabricated 'heroic encounters' and 'narrow escapes' from her. Brom Bonnes, anyone?
Chances are, the truth wasn't nearly as dramatic as an evil vampire queen, who raized villages, enslaved princesses and innocent maidens, and slaughtered would-be heroes. The stories of all those misdeeds might have been spun from events that had a perfectly mundane explanation:
Queen Lamia was a housewife caring for 13 children. That's a lot of mouths to feed, which would require many not-so-willing victims.
- Sadly, the comic ended with this one being Left Hanging.
- Further supported by the faculty documents Jacqui found, which also mentioned rumors of a school for cryptids. It seems someone at Artemis knows more than they're letting on and may secretly be investigating Charybdis. After all, if a lone hunter managed to find their school and got away....
- This is because she has been a victim of Aversion Therapy at the hands of Blair, her trusted friend, causing her to suppress her natural vampiric instincts and diet, substituting blood for chocolate. This will lead her to have a Freak Out with only her most selfish desires driving her from now on with zero regret or even emotion displayed whatsoever. And considering her untapped potential power, this is terrifying. She can already fully enthrall others to do her bidding at 15, making her already more powerful than Layla and possibly much of the Charybdis students.
- Jossed: Nina never turned evil and her most vindictive act was stealing her big sister's body and her (then) boyfriend. Aside from that, Nina doesn't have much of a mean streak.
- There's also nothing that supports Nina allegedly being stronger than any of the other CH students. She only accidentally enthralled one person: Becky. The same chapter ended with Layla saying she would release Becky from Nina's control and, in her final appearance, Becky was back to normal.
- When it sets in that Blair would kill her if she broke through her conditioning (see Aversion Therapy above), she'll Jump Off The Slippery Slope fast, becoming Blair's worst nightmare, a absolutely vicious, cold, and emotionless blood chugging Vampire that tries to kill him permanently at least once or twice, and will boll down anyone who gets in the way of that goal, regardless of whom they might be.
- Also Jossed: It never happened.