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Or something like that...
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Another one? I thought we were done after Jude Law!
“Robert you don’t even clean up after Mark Ruffalo, you are not bringing home another one.”
“But Susan, he’s English”
“I need him!”
Okay, maybe someone wrote about this already but it’s really early in the morning and I don’t recall seeing anything about this so… ((EDIT: Kai actually wrote about this in August, and sent me a link today. I feel better knowing I’m not alone in this revelation))
Remember that time in season 2 when Lydia drugged Derek and bled him out to revive Peter, and then Derek “woke up” to Deaton being there? And remember how in between all that he was in a place with white light?
And then later Deaton ice-bath killed the golden trio and they went to a place with white light… which ended up being, I dunno, like the last shred of consciousness that the Nemeton possessed. It gave them the help they asked for, revealing its location so they could reach their parents. Are they in its debt now?
And I’m just suddenly very sure that Derek actually did die in 2x10, and that the Nemeton held onto him until Deaton could get there; maybe even called Deaton TO Derek. I can’t decide if I think it repaid its debt to Derek, or if it created a new one, but either way, it marked Derek. It put a darkness in him that carries through to the next season.
And maybe Deaton knew it, and maybe he watched all of these TERRIBLE AWFUL THINGS happening to Derek afterward, watched him go into such a very dark and horrible place all through season 3, mentally.
So maybe when Deaton tells the golden trio that there’s going to be a darkness around their hearts, he’s not just bullshit guessing.
Maybe he knows because he sees it every time he looks at Derek now.
And if that’s true, I’m suddenly very scared for our young pack.
So apparently, there’s an alarming number of tumblers who deploy these amazing, elaborate mental gymnastics to try to justify wolf hunting by saying that it’s in the wolves best interest to be hunted.
Because apparently, the most efficient way to stimulate biodiversity and a healthy, balanced wolf population is by indiscriminately killing them off.
I wanted to post this to clear any confusion that might exist.