What if the first Grimm and Non Wesen and the Wesen Community were actually descendants from Narnia? But many left as it was not like in the Franchise.
What's on your mind?
Who would you consider a Honorary Grimm, what reason or reasons?
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Aside from Nick's few wesen relationships, most wesen regard Grimms with fear and hatred. Yet there is nothing in wesen lore, either songs or writings, or even plays that celebrate events up to and showing where a wesen (or wesen) have brought down and killed a Grimm.
The only writings the audience got to see were some Grimms chasing an unfortunate naughty wesen child in an attempt to frighten him. I get the point of that, but there had to have been times where wesen hunted Grimms and made headlines because they killed them. Even the Big Z made it into Monroe's bible as a vision of a kind of wesen hell. Wouldn't you think there'd be some Grimms suffering right alongside, since it is a wesen hell?
Even stranger, the Grimms themselves seem to take an odd look at the passing of their own kind, In other words, they don't speak of their dead.
Why do you think that is?
Congratulations to the International Womens Day!
I mean they are so cute together and how they look at each other!
Is someone also shipping these two?
Don’t you find strange that the first Verrat agent seen in the series (Edgar Waltz) was so intimidating and so good as villain but then all the other agents after his appearance became worthless characters that were easy to kill and useless in majority? Waltz made the Hundjägers a highly respected wesen, it was to complicated to put off the chart, the first time I saw that episode they seemed almost as fearsome as the Blutbaden (in addition to how they compared Hundjägers and Grimms in terms of equality) but then all the rest became a nuisance and ended up headless with great ease.
What would you guys think about a tabletop RPG with some similarities to D&D? Anyone interested? A few friends and I are working on one for private purposes. It's currently ready to be played, but only in German. We are translating it though , as a kind of exercise to improve our English. Just wanted to see if I should upload it somewhere.
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What would you add to your episode on Season 6.
Although, there would be a catch? You are bound by the canon of the show, then the episode script has to be approved by the Writers. You have to make due with what the show has available.
I think it would look like that: Wu, rosalee, Monroe, Juliette, Hank and Nick
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I was thinking about this question and did not want to put it into the usual Juliette/Eve versus Adalind discussion because it is not a question based on the comparison of these women to each other.
The question is based on the activities of both women from beginning of the series to the end and discussing how each has changed and grown or regressed into something worse than she was at the beginning. Because of that change and growth, are they considered redeemed? Can they be redeemed?
From my own perspective, by the end of the series, I don't see either woman as redeemed. The series gave Eve feelings, but she shrugged all of that off, stating she was not Juliette. She never really said who she was or what she wanted as far as life goals. She has gallons of blood on her hands because she killed in the name of an organization that says those people should die. .
Adalind, on the other hand, swore to do right by her children, but never elaborated on what that means. In my opinion, she failed miserably because at the end of the series, the children she swore to do right by are in their own right, murderers. She also has gallons of blood on her hands.
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In another thread, I saw this:
I saw the whole Nick and Adalind thing right from the start. Don't forget she was the first ever volga he saw, and before she volged, he was looking at her like he was attracted to her.
I thought this comment might make an interesting discussion. It seems to imply that Adalind's woge was so memorable to Nick that it foreshadowed their love affair. It's also not the first time I have ever read something like this.
Was Adalind's woge something used to attract Nick? Were viewers eventually supposed to understand that it might be a tactic for a pretty hexenbiest to attract a man? Adalind later commented that Nick was her first (paraphrasing here).
Normally, turning into a zombie like crone would be the last thing that a guy would be attracted to. Yet, Nick wasn't freaked out about it at all. What does that say about him?
In the 20th episode of season 1 Arthur touches Lucinda's legs twice, once in the couch and once in the bedroom, in the 5th episode of season 2 lance calvin tocuhes Megan's legs in the bedroom, and in the 4th episode of season 3 it occurs in the opening scene in the beach when dan carries Anna and when Nick carries Elly
During the final episodes of season 3 Wu had already seen a wesen
Juliette arrives in the house
Juliette: let's go to eat
Me (if i were Nick): ok. Let's hurry so we don't miss our reservation
I notice a scratch on Juliette
Me (if i were Nick): What scratched you?
Juliette: adalind's cat
I get surprised but i decide not to tell Juliette I'm a Grimm since she obviously won't believe me
Me (if i were Nick): okay it isn't a bad thing. Let's go
We go to the restaurant and Juliette faints there
Me (if i were Nick): Juliette!
I take Juliette to the hospital, we gave her medicine and she wakes up there but she doesn't remember me