Tag: Re-Imaginings

Fishing the Rulebook Out of the Trash – Repairing Game of Thrones’ Illogical Succession

  Succession is an integral part of the game of thrones. It’s the bedrock for the feudal monarchy the titular throne is symbollic of. It’s what drives on the wheel that crushes the poor, pitiful peasants beneath it like applesauce. It’s what allowed someone as supremely competent as Joffrey to ascend to power, something we …

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A Triumphant Return – A Hypothetical Scene for Gathering Up the Killers

  Anyone who’s read more than one of my articles probably knows I like to rewrite scenes on occassion. Well, this time instead I’ve outdone myself and thought up a whole scene from scratch. It would be part of the first episode of season 4 of The Originals and I shall do my best to …

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“I’m an Original. Show a Little Respect.” – Rewriting Inconsistent Fight Scenes

  We all love The Originals and The Vampire Diaries and everyone loves a good fight scene. However, I believe many would agree with me that both of these shows can have fight scenes that are rather inconsistent with the established lore. Particularly as it pertains to vampire strength, speed, established skill, basic logic, etc. …

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More Than a Destroyer – A Re-Imagining of Mikael’s Big Scene in “Alive and Kicking”

  Anyone who’s read my previous article “Becoming the Destroyer – A Psychological Analysis of Mikael” (hint, hint) knows that I love the character of Mikael. I loved him when he first appeared on The Vampire Diaries and I loved him on The Originals. When I realised he’d been revived by Davina for season 2 …

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