June Knight doesn't like it when people come to her brother's home business to gawk at her, and then have the nerve to complain about the state of the house.
Her sister May, a witch, expresses an interest in lycanthropy, and June obliges. They both regret this move immediately.
This does not, however, prevent them from turning their boyfriends (who are in a committed open relationship with each other and a young lady) into werewolves. Lance temporarily joined the Knight pack, but here we see him back home, trying to get centered despite the lupine rage surging in his veins. Cleansing breaths, Lance!
His housemate/lover/co-husband Grimnir is, as you see, a real blond. Even when wolfed out!
And here we have the Good, the Bad and the Elvira outside a local park. I sure was surprised to see two witches at the same time and must ask if that is normal. Anyway, Elvira is a friend of them both and as soon as I found how it works I will turn her into a witch. (She don't want to but I will do it).
Aerothalia, the highest goddess of air won the first two championships of the gods. Which not only put her on the throne to watch over the war between Saaron and the humans...
... but also made her the queen of the gods for two weeks. Which means her rules decided over the humans for two rotations. Since she is a neutral goddess, the rules were neither good nor evil. The humans had to fulfill 100 wishes per week per family and not more than 2 fears (ever), otherwise someone needed to be sacrificed to atone for their sins. Thankfully, they barely escaped sacrifice this time.
So it was very exciting to see if Aerothalia would win for the third time in a row. The random generator decided the first round would be Gromanata (Earth) VS Aerothalia (Air), and Ustrinastacia (Fire) VS Nymphadaqua (Water).
Good prevailed over evil!
And Aerothalia lost to Gromanata! Which meant the final was between Nymphadaqua and Gromanata!
NYMPHADAQUA WON! The good goddess, which means the humans get to enjoy the nicest rules this week! It couldn't have come at a better time, as they will all be busy this week! It's time for the heirs to meet their future husbands/wives, and everyone has to become best friends with Gondulf or the war will never be over! Now they at least get to fulfill both wants and fears without consequences so THAT worry is out of the way! For now ...
These teens were finally old enough to fight in the war against Saaron.
Unfortunately, it didn't go so well for Prince Mirthal and the merchant Tekla Dakath, as he became the first nazgÃ»l, and she became the first human converted to orc. A lot happened in this battle, and it's starting to look good for the evil side. They are still greatly outnumbered by the good, but since nazgÃ»ls are so hard to kill, that could change very fast.
As if things weren't bad enough, Ustrinastacia won her first championship of the gods! *GASP* Which means the coming week will be governed by her evil rules! It's not going to be easy for the humans, as each family will have to fulfill 25 fears this week (and not more than 3 wishes) or someone will have to be sacrificed!
PS. If anyone is interested in the rules of this hood, check this post They are a bit changed now though.
Brandi Broke hired Kendal Lawson as a nanny to look after the Broke kids while Brandi was working at the diner. Kendal thought she was ready for anything. She will never know how close she came to disaster.
Poor Skip looks so sad. Kendal was actually more dangerous than the ghost! When Brandi couldn't pay her, Kendal got so mad that she smashed Skip's urn! Take that, ghost!
(No worries - I respawned his grave. )
Ichabod Specter just doesn't fit in with the other zombies. He wants love and the other zombies only want to fight and belch in his face. His beloved Olive doesn't want anything to do with him either - she just yells at him to leave her alone and goes back to studying black magic books.
Ichabod just wants a loving family.
All the other zombies just laugh at him. (Nervous Subject isn't a zombie. He was just visiting. It was still mean of him to laugh at Ichabod though.)
So Crystal Vu has never liked the fact that Lazlo became a werewolf. They were engaged before he turned into one, but their relationship has been struggling ever since. Lazlo proposed getting married, but Crystal left him at the alter.
This infuriated Lazlo, but even more so when he turned into his wolf form that night.
Lazlo could not control his rage as a werewolf and they fought.
Unfortunately, he ended up killing Crystal.
For their own safety, Lazlo gave his alien triplet sons to his sister Jenny to care for in fear for their lives.
Does a picture count if there aren't any visible markers of supernatural heritage?
A waterbender accidentally fishes up an angry horker, leading her friends to come the rescue. Her fellow water tribe villager isn't a waterbender though, so she decides to summon a sword with her (neutral) witch abilities instead. The Forest Fae (plantsim), however, is against harming the animal unless absolutely necessary and has her vines procure them some fish to placate the creature. The former pirate, having no supernatural abilities whatsoever and having just moved in with the Southern Water Tribe after a lifetime of adventuring, decides to go along with the fae, not ready to fight against something with three large tusks, thank you.
Why is there a Forest Fae in the freezing South Pole? How do witches and Hogwarts exist in the Avatar world? Why are they defending against a horker when they can easily run away from the slow beast? Â¯\_(ãƒ„)_/Â¯
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