Shea Group and Faction are different things. Shea Group was created by Julian and this is his official place of work for innovation.
But we don't know who started the Faction and when. All we know is that at some point Viv led this secret organization and that Julian is part of it. In addition, it is highly doubtful that all employees of Shea Group could be members of the Faction.
A faction is a small organized dissenting group within a larger one. Shea Group and their collaborators are the larger group. I'm not saying that all employees of Shea Group are members of the Faction. However, it has already been stated that anyone of them could be.
Yes, Mel said that. But the principle of operation is the same, two seasons even used the same VFX.
Can we rename the page to "Wind/Storm Spells"? Because it is obvious that the principle of operation of Marisol and Ruby was the same and this common classification of this kind of spells.
Marisol's wind spell sent out a singular gust of wind which just pushed Charity backwards, while Ruby's sent out powerful whirlwinds with storm-like intensity. Which was why it was likely considered more of a storm spell rather than a simple wind spell.
In any case, a "storm" strongly implying a wind force. So this is one classification anyway.
At least, Ruby didn't cause anything but a strong gust of wind.
So it was a wind storm (storm marked by high wind and no precipitation).
More than likely Modesty renamed it because all we know the chip did was block Harry's memories of being Harry, not block his magic - Harry never tried using magic while thinking he was James, and the only time he was close to doing that was when Jordan told him to heal Macy, which he didn't think he could do because he couldn't remember being Harry. The article wasn't deleted, just renamed and modified to fit the new name.
And before you say it, it is explained in the episode that Harry wasn't able to Orb because he had been injected with Darklighter poison, not because of the chip.
My biggest thing is why did she name it "Chip of Memory Blocking?" That's not even grammatically correct. It should be "Memory Blocking Chips", since we know that there's more than one and that's more grammatically correct. Right?
Pmealer126, to be honest, I thought long about how to rename this page.
At first I wanted to write "Memory Blocking Chips", but then I remembered that the chip was shown only one and we don't know if there are others like it. Perhaps that was the first prototype, and Harry was the first test subject. But apparently my first impulse was more correct, and I really should name it "Memory Blocking Chips", just like I wanted from the beginning.
I went back and rewatched the scene, and I really don't think that her new power is Bodily Immobilization, as we already partly saw the effect of that power through Cassie and its not the same thing that Macy did. When Macy used her new power, basically a wall of telekinetic force popped up, keeping the demons out and she said that she wasn't sure that she could hold them for long which means that she was literally holding them back and didn't have them frozen. To me, it was more like she was containing them with pure telekinetic force.
However, Macy described her new power as "Immobility" when they were sitting in SafeSpace. Perhaps she couldn't hold back the demons for long, because she used this power for the first time and is just learning. Or it means that Macy's potential is not as strong like Cassie, who has done this not for the first time.
They do seem like two different powers. I think it's similar to powers based on heat: there is incirnation, heat generation and pyrokinesis, they are powers that have almost the same abilities, maybe it's like that with the powers of immobility.
I believe that Cassie's power is to control human bodies, the functions of them or something like that. While Macy controls telekinetic forces, her powers are based on movement. Even Abigael, in 2x12, she telekinetically stuck Parker on the ceiling and there was some purple-ish force pushing him.
I'm inclined to agree. Macy's power is to do with telekinetically stopping things, while Cassie's halts bodily functions. Unless the show brings more to light between the two, Macy's should be classified as something different - the two different effects make it easier to distinguish, since Cassie's just had everyone stop, while Macy's was projecting an energy field that halted everything in it. Perhaps Macy's new power should be called Telekinetic Immobility?
Only problem with that is 'blast' implies something being thrown or blown up. If we are going to agree that Macy's new power allows her to create fields of telekinetic energy to incapacipate others, then it should be put under Telekinetic Energy Manipulation, with one of the sub-powers being telekinetic blasts, and another this immobilizing power.
Which makes sense, that Advanced Telekinesis allows the user to not only move multiple and heavy objects, but also manipulate the telekinetic energy to produce a variety of effects, ranging from energy blasts to immobilizing.
I feel that we should keep it as Bodily Immobilization, but also include it in the Advanced Telekinesis article as a subpower, and better distinguish between the main form and the telekinetic form across the board. Like we did with energy blasts and telekinetic energy blasts.
On another note, since we're all here, I think that we should make a separate article for the ability to turn into the swarm of bees that the Carnals showed rather than just having it as "Shapeshifting."
Pmealer126 makes a valid point - most of what we put on here are assumptions, such as the names of most powers, because not enough info is given in the show itself. And since Lee used it to extend her finger as a means of intimidation, it's better suited for Claw Extension,
I noticed at the end of this past episode that the black market dealers were able to resurrect a rabbit (I think was a rabbit, I could be wrong). I'm unsure how to go about including this, so I figured that I'd come to you for discussion.
I noticed that, too. But there is little information from one episode so far. The rabbit could be dead, but maybe the animal was under anesthesia and they decided to test how black amber acts on living organisms.