Well, there is a probability after being dependent on his powers.
As for the rapist, he is for the moment or permanently paralyzed and he can't escape from the testimony of the victims and someone can kill him.
Like how the Black Claw Agents did want to kill Trubel.
He is likely killed by the Löven after he was charged for murder. I think the Rapist got paralyzed as he was severely injured by the car.
No. I disagree. Because it's the same with the Ziegevolk Lawyer or the Ziegevolk Rapist in Lonelyhearts.
I loved how Barry did not see Monroe even Nick was a Grimm.
I didn't like or enjoy the episode Kiss of the Muse for the reason of, they caught the murder, only to let her go and continuing to kill innocent people. She had no remorse.
Some episodes could had been favorite or enjoyable, but had many bad parts.
Honestly, I think it sad not many Hexenbiests or Zauberbiests did appear. Because Conard thinks Adalind is sick for being with a Grimm.
I think mostly her children are keeping her grounded. She used to have a lusty relationship with Sean, while she loves Nick.
Well, beauty is only skin deep. Until they woge into something different from the ordinary.
I think the reason it was different, as she had something to fight for, and managed to override completely or majority of the control it had on her.
But Rosalee did calm her down and told her it will be different this time.
I will also go with the flow, but not always, because now and then the flow wants to take me somewhere I don't want to.
When I write, I do a lot of research and I try to imagine the characters as real people and where I am just writing as I am observing them in their natural surroundings.
What tactical means do you use to write fanfiction?
Are you gonna write after Season 6?
I enjoy reading or writing fanfiction myself.
Yes, borrowed is acceptable.
Well, just saying, using the word stole is harsh, if you should consider you are not making unlicensed profits from your fanfiction.
How about Tony in "Into the Schwarzwald"? Can you believe it how rude was he to Adalind? He did not just give her a finger, he gave her all 4 and a thumb, she did show her how to talk to a woman, and he did still not learn his lesson in "Set up".
Who knows? Maybe they will learn to behave or the Santa will see them.
By any chance, do anyone think those troubled teenagers learned a lesson?