#the chilling adventures of sabrina packs
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like or reblog if u save or use, packs montados por @bawkugos
todas as headers e icons foram feitas por mim
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kiernan shipka for refinery29 [1/2]
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kiki icons | instagram
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kiernan shipka icons + headers • like or reblog if u save 🖤
hi, i’m back!! send me ur requests
(header cr to the owners)
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➩sabrina spellman x taylor swift layouts✨
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➩give credits pls: @/kissyisharry
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Check out this listing I just added to my Poshmark closet: Vintage Genuine Leather modern Small Sabrina Style.
WORKING ON .
paulina goto — venteañera, divorciada y fantástica ( all already screencapped ) .
mei nagano — oyabaka seishun hakusho ( already screencapped ) .
alexxis lemire — the art of murder ( already downloaded ) .
hio miyazawa — fake affair ( already screencapped ) .
aislinn derbez — la casa de las flores ( already downloaded ) .
INTENDED WORK .
chase sui wonders — generation ( already downloaded ) .
haley sanchez — generation ( already downloaded ) .
natalee linez — all about scx ( already downloaded ) .
adeline rudolph — chilling adventures of sabrina ( recoloring ) . ** update.// delayed due bad screencaps
FINISHED WORK .
wang yibo — lover’s confession .
madeleine madden — dora and the lost city of gold .
eli goree — glow .
elyfer torres — betty en nueva york .
all mentioned are gif packs and i’m always taking suggestions for faceclaims of color or faceclaims with no resources.
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simblr community challenge by @amelettes.
thank you for the tag, @twentiethcenturysims!
How long have you been playing the Sims?
2000! I started with TS1 when I was 10 and also had Hot Date, Vacation, Unleashed and Superstar. I then moved on to TS2 and didn’t get any extra packs. I skipped TS3, though I p*rated it in like 2012 and played for like a day cause it was laggy. I thought I was done with the Sims until I saw a Let’s Build in 2014 on YouTube for TS4 by I think Simproved thetideschanging and I neeeeded to build.
How long have you been a Simblr, and why did you become one?
I started April 2019. I finally ventured into the world of CC and wanted somewhere to share my lookbooks! My first lookbook was Sabrina Spellman: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
What type of Simblr are you?
Pop culture/historical lookbooks for the most part.
Which generation of Sims do you primarily play?
I would honestly love to play TS1 or TS2 again but I don’t think it’s possible? So TS4. I still listen to the Build/Buy soundtrack of TS1 sometimes 😜
i’d like to tag @simtrospective, @hula-zombie and whoever else would like to do it!
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In an attempt to clean up our inbox and to do list, we are doing a little spring or summer cleaning!
Below the cut are the requests we are declining. Many of these request already have gif packs, so make sure to check tumblrtagsearch.glitch in case what you were after has already been made by someone else!
We will be reopening for requests soon. Sorry for any inconvenience!
- The Admin Team
Osvaldo Benavida in Monarca
Jesus Mosquera in Toy Boy
José de la Torre in Toy Boy
María Pedraza in Toy Boy
Rachel Bilson in Take Two or Hart of Dixie
Ruth Wilson in The Affair
Dominic Cooper in Preacher
Max Irons in Condor
Nick Hargrove in Charmed
Damon Wayans Jr in Happy Together
Daniel Brühl in The Alienist
Gavin Leatherwood in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Elizabeth Henstridge in Christmas at the Plaza
Isabel ‘Issi’ Durant in Mako Mermaids
Tika Sumpter in The Haves and The Have Nots
Rachael Leigh Cook in Blowdry, Get Carter, Josie and the Pussycats, Tangled, or Tempo
Noah Mills in The Brave
Chabeli Sastre in Baby
Shay Mitchell in Dreamland
Finn Wolfhard in The Goldfinch
Paul Anderson in Peaky Blinders or Legend
Garrett Hedlund in Burden
Will Sharpe in Giri/Haji
Ruta Gedmintas in A Street Cat Named Bob
Blanca Suarez in Cable Girls
Brittany O’Grady in Little Voice
Charlize Theron in The Old Guard
Ella Purnell in SweetBitter
Anna Camp in Pitch Perfect 3 or Desperadoes
Dev Patel in The Personal History of David Copperfield
Mark McKenna in Wayne
Joanna Bacalso in Snow Dogs
Michael C. Hall in Dexter
Sobhita Dhulipala in Made In Heaven
Benjamin Hollingsworth in Virgin River
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Hello! I would like to suggest a Gavin Leatherwood gif pack. If the suggestion is picked up, I was hoping for season 4 of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Thank you!! <3
Ooh! I would love to do that! Honestly the idea of gifing that show scares me but after I saw @monsoonrps gifs of him in previous seasons, I’d so be down to try, if she’s not planning on doing that season.
Currently Taking Follower Gif Pack Suggestions
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Masterlist of Mood Boards
Just a reminder that requests are open
Please see below for our list of mood boards
Game of Thrones
Brienne of Tarth
Goddess of the Water
Goddess of Hunt
Our own AU
Dark Gestalt (The Rook)
Succubus getting revenge
Clan of female vampires
Female pack of werewolves
Roman Gladiator x Domina
Female Mafia Boss
Cole x Phoebe : Dark Romance
Dark Charmed Ones
The 13th Doctor
Rose Tyler: The Big Bad Wolf
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Dark Buffy x Angelus
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
The Weird Sisters
Sabrina’s twin sister x Nick
Family of Cannibals
The Vampire Diaries / The Originals
OC Forbes x Klaus Mikaelson
Katherine x Rebekah
Klaroline Mafia AU : 1920′s
Rebekah Mikaelson : 1920′s Mafia AU
Godric x Rosalie Cullen
Red Riding Hood
Lady of the Lake
Alice in Wonderland
Pirates of the Caribbean
Dr. Temperance Brennan
Fast & Furious
Letty x Dom : Mr & Mrs Alpha
Lord of the Rings/ The Hobbit
Book of shadows
X - FIles
Get to know me series
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ROSS LYNCH GIF PACK
Click on the source link for 17 GIFS of the actor Ross Lynch in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 4 (2020). Please do not edit / use in crackships / repost / put in other gif hunts, unless you credit me. Please like or reblog if you found it useful!
( contains: blood)
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2020’s Horror Television in Review: New Discoveries, Returning Favorites and Cancelled Gems
No matter how the year panned out, at least horror was bountiful. Just a precursory glance at the most notable genre series that released in 2020 indicates an overwhelming selection.
Spread across multiple platforms and streaming services, the sheer content available meant a staggering number of brand-new series, limited runs, returning favorites, and shows that were canceled before they could even find their footing in the vast sea of competition.
Here’s the densely packed 2020 television slate in review.
This section belongs to series that premiered in late 2019 and found renewed interest on streaming, or they spread by prolonged word of mouth.
The 13-episode inaugural season of this CBS show premiered in September 2019 and ended in late January. Evil received a home release in June, but its Netflix drop in October generated the most buzz. The series follows a skeptical psychologist (Katja Herbers) enlisted by a priest-in-training (Mike Colter) and his tech specialist (Aasif Mandvi) to investigate miracles, possessions, and extraordinary cases. What makes Evil so special is its unique ability to dramatically shift between tones, from absurdist humor to genuine scares, with organic ease. Also impressive is how the series incorporates technology and psychology to cover all aspects of the supernatural. Of course, the creature/demon design is a significant plus.
Like Evil, Servant premiered in late 2019 and wrapped up its first season in January, leaving viewers desperate for more. Created by Tony Basgallop and executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan, Servant follows Philadelphia couple Dorothy and Sean Turner (Lauren Ambrose and Toby Kebbell) mourning the tragic loss of their infant. Dorothy’s profound denial results in her belief that her reborn doll is real, and the couple hires new nanny Leanne (Nell Tiger Free) to care for it. There’s something extraordinary about Leanne, however, and their lives will never be the same. A psychological horror that keeps its secrets close to its vest, Servant’s distinct atmospheric style will keep you hooked—season two, rumored to lean harder into the supernatural, premieres on January 15, 2021.
Gone Too Soon
The graveyard of fallen shows that received cancellations after their season run this year, many of which still cut deep. Consider this section a celebration of these genre series and a reminder to support your faves while it counts the most.
I Am Not Okay with This (Netflix)
This short 7-episode series premiered on Netflix in February and was the first of the year to explore the coming-of-age tale through exploding teens. Sophia Lillis starred as Sydney, a teenage girl navigating the trials and tribulations of high school while dealing with her family’s complexities, her budding sexuality, and mysterious superpowers just beginning to awaken deep within her. As heartfelt as it is bloody, with a fantastic supporting performance by Wyatt Oleff, I Am Not Okay with This was a critical darling and worthwhile adaptation of a YA novel. What was a shoo-in for renewal instead became a severe casualty of the pandemic.
Penny Dreadful: City of Angels (Showtime)
Four years after Penny Dreadful’s far-too-soon wrap-up, creator Josh Logan introduced a spin-off set in 1938 Los Angeles. Detective Tiago Vega (Daniel Zovatto) and his partner Lewis Michener (Nathan Lane) become embroiled in a gruesome murder case that serves as the connective tissue to a broader tale of history, social issues, and Mexican-American folklore. Despite familiar faces from the original series and a new, complicated set of supernatural characters, City of Angels failed to resonate and received a cancellation after its 10-episode run.
This standalone Marvel series followed Daimon and Ana Helston (Tom Austen and Sydney Lemmon), two estranged siblings with unique gifts. Through very different means, the pair tracks down humanity’s worst while trying to solve the broken family’s demonic mysteries. The 10-episode inaugural season failed to impress critics, though it did land with viewers- just not enough to earn a second season renewal in a year where the competition was fierce.
Series creator Jami O’Brien expanded upon Joe Hill’s novel for season two in a big way, opening up the world of inscapes to introduce more characters and superpowers. The second season also expanded upon Charlie Manx’s (Zachary Quinto) backstory and his history with daughter Millie (Mattea Conforti), while continuing his battle with protagonist Vic McQueen (Ashleigh Cummings) and her family. The good news is that the season successfully wrapped up the story arc from the novel. The bad news is that we’ll miss out on future visits with Christmasland and creepy new villains of the inscape world due to cancellation.
The Outsider (HBO)
An adaptation of Stephen King’s novel, The Outsider followed the investigation of a boy’s gruesome murder in the Georgia woods and the mysterious force surrounding the case. The 10-episode series was a major hit with critics and viewers and boasted an impressive cast led by Ben Mendelsohn, Cynthia Erivo, and Jason Bateman. The Outsider originated as a limited series adaptation. While HBO bought and launched it as a drama series, the network ultimately decided to keep it as a limited series after hearing the pitch for season two. So, The Outsider exists in that weird space between limited series and a canceled series, with King having reportedly given his blessing for the Season 2 storyline.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Netflix)
Series creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa adapted his comic books to create a very different vehicle for the teen witch. In a dark coming-of-age story, Sabrina Spellman (Kiernan Shipka) navigates humans and occult worlds while confronting the evil forces that threaten her loved ones. She’s been to literal Hell and back and encountered demons and witches of all types over the three seasons that have aired so far. Netflix announced that it would not renew the series ahead of its season four premiere on December 31, 2020, but at least it seems fans will receive closure. It’s a small comfort for a series that opened its doors to all types of horror, including the Lovecraftian terrors teased in last season’s finale.
If you’re worried about getting too attached to shows in fear of cancellation or you’re just plain short on time, the limited series tells a complete, self-contained story without much commitment necessary. These series won’t extend beyond their initial runs, allowing you to binge and enjoy at your leisure without worrying about the future.
Dracula (BBC One/Netflix)
The year kicked off with a bold take on Bram Stoker’s 1897 classic, one not too interested in adhering faithfully to its source material. The feature-length, 3-episode run followed Dracula (Claes Bang) from his Eastern Europe origins to his battles with Van Helsing’s descendants and beyond. Dolly Wells threatened to steal the entire show as the feisty Sister Agatha Van Helsing, but the gore certainly helped quite a bit. If you thought you’d grown tired of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, this series shook things up in a surprising way.
The Third Day (HBO)
For fans of Midsommar and similar folk horror, The Third Day followed a man and a woman’s separate journeys to a mysterious island off the British coast. In the first half of the 6-episode series, Sam (Jude Law) discovers a group of islanders dead set on preserving their way of life at any cost. Their secrets and bizarre rituals force him to confront his trauma, and he finds himself unable to leave. The second half follows Naomie Harris’s Helen, a woman who comes to the island determined to find answers. Instead, she finds herself in a perilous fight for survival. The Third Day does offer a familiar entry in folk horror, but it’s well-executed and full of enchanting mysteries that engross you anyway.
The Stand (CBS All Access)
The limited series adaptation of Stephen King’s epic novel has only just begun on CBS All Access. A new reimagining that shakes up the story in structure, featuring flashbacks within flashbacks, expect storylines to get cut while others get expanded upon in unique ways. Well cast, this iteration puts its characters first over the stakes in the ultimate battle of good versus evil. How it all shakes up, in the end, remains to be seen, but it’s interesting how creators Benjamin Cavell and Josh Boone skip over the pandemic setup and any hand-holding for The Stand novices. In other words, this is likely a limited series best suited for Constant Readers.
The Returning Favorites
In which we celebrate the sophomore efforts of beloved favorites.
The Haunting of Bly Manor (Netflix)
Mike Flanagan bid adieu to the Crain family and skipped across the pond to reimagine the literary works of Henry James. Netflix’s new season uses The Turn of the Screw as the main story, in which a young American nanny (Victoria Pedretti) cares for orphaned children in the haunted Bly Manor. Look for several of James’ ghost stories woven into this Gothic romance that will pull at your heartstrings by season’s end.
The Boys (Prime Video)
The second season of Eric Kripke’s The Boys upped the ante on the violence, gore, and complicated character arcs without losing its irreverent, biting humor. Sure, it’s not horror in the traditional sense, but its gleeful use of splatstick puts it firmly in the realm of genre that horror fans will love. Season two slowed down its release strategy, dropping the first three episodes at once before settling into a weekly format. The ire it drew from fans who couldn’t wait to see the next is another sign of how addictive the show is. Season two ends on some surprising revelations and cliffhangers for a new season, and luckily, it’s already been renewed for season three.
What We Do in The Shadows (FX)
What We Do in The Shadows didn’t just avoid the sophomore slump; it blew past it with such infectious style, humor, and heart, setting a new bar for perfection. Vampires Nandor, Laszlo, Nadja, and Colin Robinson made us fall even harder in love with their charm and hijinks throughout their encounters with rival vampires, witches, and trolls. Guillermo grappled with his place in the house amidst the revelation that he descended from Van Helsing. Throw in even more surprising guest stars, and you have a show that makes it impossible not to love.
The New Class
These are the brand-spanking-new series that premiered in 2020. These shows showcased how diverse the genre can be while drumming up a lot of engagement, viewership, and discussion. Mostly, though, they brought a lot of fun.
Cursed Films (Shudder)
Jay Cheel’s documentary series explores the myths, stories, and legends surrounding some of horror’s most notoriously cursed productions. Over the inaugural 5-episode season, Cheel assembles a variety of talking heads, candid discussion, and footage to expose the truth behind the curses of The Exorcist, The Omen, Poltergeist, The Crow, and Twilight Zone: The Movie. The result is an oft-heartbreaking realization that behind superstition lies a human cost.
Ju-On: Origins (Netflix)
Like the film franchise that inspired it, this 6-episode origin series followed an ensemble cast across time – all tethered to the infamous house. Even by season’s end, it’s not entirely clear what the story is about or where it’s headed, save for its rumination on the horrors that men inflict on those around them. Still, it’s a bold entry that eschews the franchise’s most popular characters in favor of forging new ground. Most of all, it brings about some unnerving and visceral horror via practical effects, courtesy of Screaming Mad George.
Locke & Key (Netflix)
The 10-episode inaugural season kickstarted the Locke saga from Joe Hill’s popular comic series, finally, after many failed attempts in the past. After their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances, the three Locke siblings and their mother move into their ancestral home, Keyhouse, which they discover is full of magical keys that may be connected to their father’s death. While it makes some significant departures from Hill’s source story, Locke & Key successfully invokes the comics’ imagery. It goes heavy on the fantasy-horror. If you’re a fan, you’re in luck as it was just renewed for a third season ahead of season two’s premiere.
Lovecraft Country (HBO)
The series with the biggest buzz belongs to this adaptation of Matt Ruff’s novel by series creator Misha Green. It follows Atticus Freeman (Jonathan Majors) in his quest to find his father during the 1950s, a time of segregation and social upheaval, but with many Lovecraftian beasties and terror thrown in for added complications. While Lovecraft Country has a lot to say, it’s also winsome for its cast, monsters and cinematic visuals.
Based upon the short story collection North American Lake Monsters: Stories by Nathan Ballingrud, this anthology series runs the gamut in style and tone. Mostly, though, it’s bleak as hell with a stark reminder that humans remain the worst possible type of monster. In other words, it’s not a series you want to binge unless you’re in the mood for despair. Like most anthologies, episodes will vary by taste and quality.
Raised by Wolves (HBO)
From executive producer Ridley Scott, Raised by Wolves centers on two androids tasked with raising human children on a mysterious virgin planet. It’s highly ambitious, cerebral sci-fi that feels very much at home in the Alien universe, though entirely unconnected. Raised by Wolves may feature an alien planet, gruesome deaths, and even some alien lifeforms, but expect this to instead get heady with its ruminations on religion. You can expect the weirdness to continue, as the series received a second season renewal.
Warrior Nun (Netflix)
This pulpy occult action series gives a fun twist to demonic possession and Vatican conspiracies based on a comic series. A singular, silly Hero’s journey with a witty teen antihero transforms into an epic, ensemble story that’s refreshingly ballsy and mature in the way it tackles oft controversial subject matter. After waking up in a morgue, an orphaned teen discovers she now possesses superpowers as the chosen Halo Bearer for a secret sect of demon-hunting nuns. In other words, expect an action-heavy series that will appeal to Buffy fans. Season one ended on a major cliffhanger, but luckily season two is on its way.
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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 4 (series finale) will be on Netflix at December 31, 2020
Drama, Fantasy, Horror / TV-Series (2018)
The tv-series comes from Riverdale‘s Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and is adapted from the 2014 comic book series of the same name also penned by Aguirre-Sacasa. We’ve gotten three seasons of Chilling Adventures in near-rapid succession since the show’s premiere back in October 2018, with the most recent season launch on Netflix in December 31, 2020.
The Season 4 release date news was revealed at the end of an action-packed, thoroughly enticing new teaser trailer, which you can check out below. Season 4 will consist of 8, 1-hour episodes focusing primarily on Sabrina Spellman’s (Shipka) battle against the Eldritch Terrors unleashed by Faustus Blackwood (Coyle). Naturally, Sabrina will not be able to take down these terrifying forces from realms unknown on her own. Luckily, she has a badass team she can recruit in the form of her aunts, Zelda (Otto) and Hilda (Davis), her cousin Ambrose (Perdomo), and her friends, Rosalind (Sinclair), Theo (Watson), and Harvey (Lynch).
Creator: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
Directors: Rob Seidenglanz, Alex Pillai, Craig William Macneill, Viet Nguyen, Michael Goi, Antonio Negret, Roxanne Benjamin
Writers: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Oanh Ly, Donna Thorland, Joshua Conkel, Ross Maxwell, Matthew Barry, Lindsay Calhoon Bring, Daniel King
Stars: Kiernan Shipka, Ross Lynch, Lucy Davis, Chance Perdomo, Michelle Gomez, Jaz Sinclair, Tati Gabrielle, Adeline Rudolph, Richard Coyle, Miranda Otto
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Making a post for my masterlist so it’s more available to everyone!
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We Have A Jedi:
                     
Bird Set Free
Master and apprentice
By The Force
Plan of Action
I See You
Head in the clouds
It’s called a cockpit for a reason (smut)
Piloting your heart
Peace and Quiet
Not worth the price
Bring Him Home
Ashes of Rebellion
Here Be Dragons
Let me make you proud  
No Matter What
Even Heroes Need Breaks
To the Stars and Back (Smut)
Don’t tell Gordon Ramsay
The children are out future?
Rags and Riches
GAME OF THRONES:
Hide and Sneak
What’s on your face?
Go the distance
Bully Free Zone
One with nature
The wolf and the moon
Just a phase
Three strikes you’re in
A pack of our own
Three strikes you’re in
A pack of our own
Three strikes you’re in
Take a Break
Let’s go in the Garden
Up’s and Downs
THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY:
Can you hear the angles?
ONCE UPON A TIME:
David Nolan/Prince Charming:
Not my sister
THE CHILLING ADVENTURES OF SABRINA:
Hitting the Showers (Smut)
The Magic of Toys (Smut)
Baby’s First Spell
Baby’s First Spell
Tales from Dinotopia
You’re terrible at cards (Smut)
Secret Forest Kisses
Secret Forest Kisses
Secret Forest Kisses
Secret Forest Kisses
The Siege Begins
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First off, Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. In observance of Turkey Day, we will be closed on Thursday so that we can spend time with our loved ones. Secondly, this Wednesday will be Local Comic Shop Day 2020! So below we have listed the variants that we are receiving, as always, first come, first serve basis. Lastly, for the kick-off to the Xmas shopping season, this weekend we will be offering discounts on various items and posting the info later this week. Tomorrow, Wednesday November 25th we will be open 11:00 – 6:00.
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Fandom *still* thinks that Deaton and Morrell are "sitting on their hands" because they refuse to accept the only reason Jennifer was capable of all those flashy feats was due to killing people for sacrifices and thus throwing the Balance outta whack. Deaton is supposed to I guess be cutting up Derek's food for him and wiping his ass when not playing archmage. But ya know, they KNOW that Jennifer was only capable of those things through murdering innocents. Yet how often do they portray "druid" Stiles able to do the same things and more overnight? And portray him as sneering at Deaton for "doing nothing"? I read a fic where Stiles demanded to learn magic from Deaton while thinking that Deaton is "privileged" to "stay in his clinic" while he's out fighting and surviving
The glib answer is, they’ve watched too many episodes of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.
The more serious answer is that they’ve missed several key themes in Teen Wolf. The most important of those themes today is Balance, of which Deaton and Morrell serve as the primary examples: power must be balanced with responsibility to others.
Every single villain in Teen Wolf neglects that balance. They’re not antagonists because they have power; they’re antagonists because they use that power without regard to how it effects other people, especially those without power.
Peter wants his revenge for his pain and he needs power to achieve it, even if it means deceiving and killing his own niece, even if it means deceiving and abusing his own nephew. He kills allies (Nurse Jennifer), he kills innocents (the janitor), he terrorizes teenagers who just happened to stumble across him, and he even seeks to kill Allison, who had nothing to do with the Hale fire. He does not allow himself to be bound by anything but his own desire; he barely treats his targets like individuals.
Derek wants to rebuild his family so he can feel safe and loved again, which sounds like a nice pleasant idea, except he does it by dishonesty, manipulation, and violence. He wants a pack, but he knows from Omega (2x01), that giving the Bite to teenagers puts them in danger from Gerard and then the Alpha Pack, which he knew was coming. He treated Jackson abysmally because the teen annoyed him, yet everyone else reaped the consequences of Derek’s pettiness and disregard. Season 1 and 2 Derek consistently put his own wants and needs above other people.
Deucalion and Jennifer are two sides of the same coin. Deucalion was deceived and betrayed, so he essentially decided to burn the werewolf world to the ground to prove he was right. Jennifer was deceived and betrayed, so she murders innocents in order to gain power in order to make it right. See the pattern?
Now let’s look at Deaton. Incurious viewers may believe that Deaton is ‘vague’ and ‘cryptic’ but what they’re really upset about is that he doesn’t pretend to have all the answers and he doesn’t feel obligated to share everything he knows. On the other hand, when he does decide to help, it never ‘comes with a price.’ He never demands payment or even changes in behavior from those he helps, though he reserves the right not to act if he is morally unsatisfied, such as when he made it clear in Raving (2x08) that he wasn’t going to help Derek execute Jackson. This doesn’t mean he’s weak or incapable. It means he has set boundaries for himself and he keeps them, and those boundaries always involve respecting other people. I always enjoy his behavior in two different scenes -- treating the de-aged Derek in 117 (4x02) and examining the chimera Tracy in Parasomnia (5x03). You can notice that he doesn’t give orders to the people helping him in those scenes, always asking if they’re comfortable with what he’s doing and focused on his patients.
Teen Wolf believed that maintaining the Balance didn’t have to mean that the character was nice. Morrell played a dangerous game of trying to keep the Alpha Pack in check, working behind the scenes when any one of them could kill her. Yet she also understood that she can’t manipulate them without having to sometimes ‘get her hands dirty.’ When Stiles is in Eichen house, she gives him amphetamines to help keep him awake -- something that could get her in trouble -- but she also makes it clear she’s not going to let the Nogitsune run rampant if a solution can’t be found. People may not like her, but they have to admit she took action to limit the damage to innocent people and she doesn’t seem to get anything out of it.
Scott learned those lessons well. He didn’t use his status as a True Alpha to get what he wanted. He pursued his responsibility as Protector of Beacon Hills to protect everyone which included holding others responsible for their behavior and included standing up for people he might not like, such as Donovan Donati. He couldn’t fulfill that duty if he let anyone -- no matter who it was -- do as they please.
If we put aside the idea that without supernatural transformation, people like Deaton, Morrell, Jennifer and even the Doctors had to study for years and years and years for whatever power and knowledge they had, whereas Fanon Stiles frequently gets his power overnight, knowing ancient magics by chosen-one osmosis. He doesn’t earn the power and he doesn’t respect the need for balance. Indeed, if we go by fanfiction, fanon Stiles would immediately join the ranks of Peter, Derek, Deucalion and Jennifer, using his power without regard to other people if they weren’t important to him.
How many times have you read a story where Stiles kills, beats, or rips Scott’s power away from him because he doesn’t think Scott was using it right? How many times has he tortured Deaton to death for not doing more? How many times had he murdered the entire Argent family? Theo? Deucalion? To these people, what’s the point of power if you can’t use it to destroy the people who made you unhappy?
Fanon Stiles would be the best villain for Season 7.
Now, on the other hand, how many times in fandom, when the story has Scott or Deaton be the villain, have they possessed overwhelming power? So seldom it’s hilarious. In these stories, they never kill or hurt anyone important. They are villains and they get destroyed, not because they hurt others for power, but because they deny a variety of good looking white men their deserved place as the rulers of the land, and it hurts the white men’s feelings a great deal.
Come on, find more than a handful of stories where Evil Dark Villain Scott isn’t painted that way without actually inconveniencing or even hurting a single white person? He did make them feel sad, and for that he must be punished. Their Evil Mastermind Deaton constantly schemes to deny the Hales their rightful place (why? None of these writers seem to care). Their motivations and actions are always just as incongruous as Archmage Stiles, and they never actually pose a real threat because they never really have any power -- Scott impedes people with moral authority (the fiend!) and Deaton does terrible, horrible things like not healing Peter while he was in the hospital and hiding Stiles’s Unlimited Powah until he doesn’t.
Teen Wolf proposed that villainy comes from the use of power for one’s own needs and wants without any recognition of its affects on other people, especially people that you don’t care about. Privilege and connections and wealth and family doesn’t make someone more worthy of life than the people who audience didn’t care about or people who didn’t care about the main characters. To the production, nameless extras have the right to live, too, which was the entire point behind Monroe’s plotline.
Scott’s a hero precisely because he didn’t execute Peter, Derek or Gerard even though it would make his life easier, and because he cared about people like Donovan, people like the list of names on the Dead Pool, and people like those two children in the woods.
Fandom missed it, like they missed so much of the story while trying to manufacture Sterek and/or Steter out of the ether. Fanon Archmage Stiles is the ultimate expression of the power fantasy that what Stiles wants is more important than anything else.
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