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And I agree on you're sentiment on Adalind, that's why I don't want them to end up together. Still I'm okay if they eventually forgive each other and become allies.

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Syscrash53 wrote: We now know Season 5 is about vengence.  Does Nick blame Trubel for killing her or does he balme Adalind for starting the entire problem when she took his powers.   The is the biggest problem I  see with Nick and Adalind. Every thing that has happend to Juliette was because of Adalind.  How do he get beyound that .  

I doubt he'll blame Trubel or Adalind. More likely he'll blame himself, even though he's clearly in no way to blame.

That will become depression, which will turn into anger, and then as you say into vengeance. The question is who is that vengeance going to be direct at? And how will it affect Nick? Will it make him cruel? Cold? More ruthless.

I also can't help but wonder if he'll try and get Juliette back. Sure she's dead and she really betrayed him, but I few years ago I speculated if she did die, then perhaps Nick would make a deal with a demon for her to come back (lets face it, its by no means out of the realm of possibilities). Say he adds a clause that that Juliette that comes back is pure human and doesn't remember what happened.

Perhaps the darkness could involve the price he has to pay. But just a theory.

And I agree on you're sentiment on Adalind, that's why I don't want them to end up together. Still I'm okay if they eventually forgive each other and become allies.

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