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Eric mentioned in the recent episode about how he destroyed a village by causing an Avalanche. Could it be possible that he caused this avalanche when trying to escape the Sun when Warlow died? You know, he could have dug deep into the snow to put out the flames, and as a result of a 1,000 year old vampire squirming about in the snow, ended up exerting enough force to start that avalanche.
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Ok, since they showed that faeries can be turned into vampires, is it possible for maenads as well? I know that the wiki lists them as being incapable of turning, but that's not confirmed for sure.
Imo, such a hybrid would be almost like The Originals' Klaus Mikaelson. Unkillable except under special circumstances, and with a venom lethal to vampires(its poisonours vampirized blood wouldn't wear off just like faerire-vampire blood doesn't wear off). I am also willing to bet that the combined vampire and maenad mind control abilities will give it the edge over regular vampires as well.
Add considerable age to that, and we have an immensely powerful creature.Read more >
We know that age plays a MAJOR factor in determining a vampire's power level. Even a few years of greater age can make all the difference in a fight between 2 vampires.
Then there is the thing about ancient vampires like Lilith(8000+ years old) and Warlow(5500+ years old), who are immune to staking and silver respectively. And both can enter the home of the living without an invitation. I am willing to bet age has something to do with this as well. Not to mentiont that Lilith is impervious to fire as well and has additional powers we've never seen a vampire possess like telekinesis and precognition.
So imagine a hypothetical scenario where a vampire's age is magically increased to let's say a 1,000,000 years.
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Rob Kazinsky gave yet another indication that Warlow is going to lose it, and let go off his monstrous vampire side in the final episode:
“This guy’s a timebomb if he goes off. It’s not just scary, it’s cataclysmic,” Kazinsky told the Herald last week. “He’s an incredibly powerful vampire, and as a fae, he throws fireballs. He can take what he wants, but he’s trying his best to be understanding, to be a good guy, to make her love him of her own free will. She has a choice, and he’s given her that.”
“He’s an addict. He can’t fight his nature and he can’t fight his natural cravings. Unlike a junkie, he doesn’t just have a relapse, he has a bloodbath. It’s not just one person, he has to drink 10, and he can’t control that side of him.”
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We all know that Lilith found Warlow's blood delicious, so it would only be logical to assume that she had a bite or two out of him even after he was turned. That should mean that she acquired daywalking abilties. However, considering that Warlow ultimately killed her by exposing her to the Sun, I think this ability wore off after some time.
We already know that vampire blood wears off humans after some time, and fae blood wears off vampires after a while. Could it be possible that hybrid blood might also wear off all the current daywalking vampires after the "time-jump" that Brian Buckner spoke about happens?
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