Hey guys I know that Hollywood is shutdown for the foreseeable future cuz of Covid 19. Anyway I started thinking about things the show should deftienly explore once it's back in business!
- An Flashback Origin episode on The Guardian and her sisters: To learn more about the current CO's predecessors well one of them anyway.
- Flashback episode for Abby: I know we were told somethings about it but honestly its really murky so lets hope things are more clearer by the end of it.
- Introduced Marsiol's family since we really don't know anything about them.
- Jada returns because her story isn't done.
- It would be neat if Niko's PI job took her to Seattle for an case. I know her and Mel's ship has sailed, but even though Mel alternated reality to keep her sa…
Am I the only one that realizes that in every flashback or photo that includes Marisol Vera (namely the flashbacks from Kappa Spirit and You're Dead to Me, as well the photo that Macy has in Pilot and The Source Awakens) that is supposed to be set/taken 28-30 years ago, Marisol still remains looking the exact same as she did in the present? She's supposed to be a young woman in that time period, yet the show still has her being portrayed by Valerie Cruz?
I know what I'm saying might sound like a question asking the obvious, but to me, this is how I see it. Case in point, every time Marisol has died in the series, it has always involved Macy in some way; in the proper timeline, Charity murdered Marisol out of horror at the thought of a Charmed One tainted by blood magic; in the Macy-Sacrifice timeline, Marisol died because she actually met up with Macy and the sacrifice was still in effect; and in the Mel-Sacrifice timeline, she died because Macy lost control over her powers and ended up accidentally throwing her mother out of the attic window. So one out of three times, Macy was indirectly involved in Marisol's death, and the other two times, her death was caused directly by Macy.
I guess t…
What are some of your predictions for the finale of the season?
So ever since the show has started, I have been trying to come up with a concrete understanding of Maggie's powers and I believe the recent episode confirmed some of my already existing thoughts. I think empathy (within the show) is the power to connect to and feel other people's spirits/souls. A person's soul holds their emotions and thoughts and I think that is what Maggie is tapping into rather than just exclusively their mind or emotions.
The evidence I have to back this up is the fact that Maggie was able to use her powers to reach Angela's soul in episode four, to hear Effie's soul when she was trapped in the Mystiki Flauto in episode eleven, and to hear Galvin's displaced soul in the recent episode. If her powers were just tapping in…
Hello fellow users of this wiki. I’m writing to you today about something I never thought I’d actually have to do when I was writing the admin policies. Unfortunately, I have had no choice but to invoke the Relinquishment Act against administrator BurningGreenFlower, I’m sure if you’ve had a look around you’d see that there have been some problems amongst the admin team recently, and the only way to get a fair result is to give you the whole story*
So a couple of months ago, a small conflict between a few users and BGF erupted over different editing styles. BGF felt that there may have been too many unimportant categories being made, which may be true, and that the users should be focused on completing stubs, which is recommended at this ti…
Hey everyone! So Discussions and all of the categories were recently updated and I added some links to some pretty great fanwork in the fanwork section. I would love if everyone could go check out these fan arts and edits and help support our fandom! If you know of anyone else's or have your own edit, fic, or art, make sure to add it to that section. Thank you!
I want to get back to old talk about Supernatural Speed. I
recently reviewed the ninth episode. When Parker and Maggie appear
in the pavilion... They literally appear out of thin air.😕
It seems the answer is not that he is super fast, but that he still has some form of shadow (or smoking) teleportation.
Therefore, it is possible Parker fast appears and disappears in the far distance for this reason (for example, so quickly he could move from his dad's office to Vera Manor)?
George Northy has clarified the Maggie situation once and for all! Maggie's core power is empathy. Her telepathy is an extension of that core ability.
So some of you might have noticed recently, that the writers of the show have been pretty active on Twitter and have been answering fan's questions. George Northy has asked us fans to send in even more questions to help clarify some questions we have about the show. Either @ him on Twitter or reply to his tweet through this link. This is the time to put a lot of our confusion to rest.
I'm bursting with emotions (good and bad) because the new
episode... so I also want to point out a fun detail before I
It seems that the series creates a new cliché. Have you noticed that after Maggie becoming a witch her powers always create a problems for her in sex.
First, she had a fiasco with Brian. Now she literally failed with Parker on several floors down.
What will happen next? She'll blow up the house during the conception of her future children?😤
After the new episode and the writers' (and actors') answers, I
was finally convinced that these people are confused in what they
do. I used to have a hard time getting used to the fact that in
this universe, telepathy and empathy are the same thing. But the
situation with force fields finally finished me off. What the
creators of the reboot do is funny and sad at the same time.
If until the end of Season 1 they will not be able to deal with this problem about their powers and its development, the show runs the risk of becoming a madhouse.
Just wanted to let people know that I am creating a fanfic that is basically how I would have went about this reboot if I had creative control and a better budget! My mission was to follow the story and character arcs of season one closely while improving on certain points of the story. Please read and leave a review so I know people are interested in seeing more of this story come out.
I am thinking about looking for a co-writer (preferably one who knows Spanish and is Latinx) for this fic so if anyone is interested and want to hear my plans for the story, hit me up and let me know.
So far, the Charmed rebooted is off to a great start. It proves to have its own identities and not been just a copy-and-paste version of the original series. If it gets renewed, I would like to go to the more morality-gray area. Like evil isn’t always bad or good isn’t always nice, that sort of things. In the evil isn’t always bad, we see that not all demons are meant to be evil. Some demons want help people and even sacrifice their very own life to protect them. In the good isn’t always nice, this is where is getting interesting. It will challenge the very own conviction and the bounds of the Vera-Vaughn sisters. Just to warn you: This idea is like walking almost straight into X-Men territory. There’s a witch (whatever will be her name wi…
Like I'm sure a lot of people know, the Charmed Reboot Panel was yesterday at San Diego Comic Con and they aired the pilot episode. I'm going on reports that there was a Melinda Warren Easter Egg in the Vera Book of Shadows. I can't say for sure because I didn't see it. I wasn't there as I live on the other side of the world
For anyone who isn't aware, Melinda Warren was the ancestor of the Halliwell sisters in the original Charmed. She was also the first witch in the family who passed her three powers onto her descendants.
For anyone who was actually at SDCC during the panel who edits this wiki, was Melinda directly referenced or was there only an indirect reference via the Easter Egg? I'm only asking because someone added a page to …
In the first look, we were introduced to Harry, the new Charmed Ones's whitelighter. What do you think could be his MO? Here's what we know so far:
- He doesn't hide his true identity from the girls when they meet him
- He has telekinesis like Macy
- He's British
Do you think he could possibly be Macy's father? Keep the conversation flowing!