Posted: 04 November 2011 at 2:00am | IP Logged
guys i am not of control i don't no why i am making so much thread today
3x08 was the opportunity to
tie some loose ends, especially with regard to the historical
discrepancies about Klaus and Elijah coming up with the fallacy of a
moon and sun curse predating 1492 and being put by a shaman on both
vampires and werewolves, while it seemed they never left Europe. In
tonight's episode, the writers conveniently left out the part about the
origins of the doppelganger so I guess they'll have our heads spinning
again in the future with more convoluted explanations and I like that.
I am just wondering if the Originals siblings were only 3 (supposing
they didn't succeed in bringing Henryck back to live), why is Klaus
travelling with more than 3 coffins? I
remember that, in that warehouse in Chicago, when Stefan asked Rebekah
about Mikael, there were a certain number of coffins there. So how many family members was Elijah exactly looking for? Rebekah and Mikael? Who are in the other coffins? We already know the mother is on the other side.
Besides, it seemed Rebekah knew Mikael was in a tomb in Charlotte. I am gonna assume Klaus has something to do with that.
So why were they still afraid of him when they could only stick in
that part of the country and make sure no one ever wakes Mikael up, after Klaus became an hybrid?
Last but not least: it seems that Klaus being a
hybrid, he's technically stronger than Mikael. Provided he overcome his
fear of his father, Klaus could easily kill the latter by using that
special dagger for originals. So does this mean Klaus is truly indestructible? The last one isn't a rhetorical question.
I am slightly frustrated because I feel we're back to square one with Klaus being "unkillable".