Quote from gypsieking3280 I know the picture of the twelve disproves Kensei as a villain but the possibility of Kensei living thru time manipulating events maybe even manipulating the twelve into joining. It just has such great implications & does so much to Hiro especially if he was the catalyst that wrought this change. Lots of story room there.
But I kno I am reaching now.
On the whole I enjoyed the almost everybody makes a dark choice. I like that Surresh actually choice the good path and didnt compromise himself that badly. Moving forward I really hope they get to a point where it is a group of the "good" heroes vs the company ie Kristen Bell's char., Adam Monroe, etc. It would feed my inner Xmen fan so much.
Quote from MonopomanIm not sure Boston is that good theres still alot of talent in the West.
Yes in the east they can probably dominate but don't act like this is the new god team of the league.
In my opinion theres 3 teams in the west that could prob deal with them fairly well.
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One question is bothering me....what on earth happens in between Books IV and V when snape comes back?
Lets look at the timeline.
1. Snape is a death eater.
2. Snape hears that Voldy is goin to kill lilly, runs to dumbledore, becomes a double agent.
3. Voldy dies, Snape agrees to help raise harry.
4. Snape hinders Quirrell/voldy from getting the stone in book I.
Now, Book IV happens, and voldemort knows snape is now close with dumbledore, and has not been helpful in book I. So how does snape go to voldemort and suggest to voldy that he can be a double agent working truly for voldemort?
Seriously? Think about it, what's he go, "Oh , after you died i got chummy with dumbledore by pretendin i was betraying you back then, but i wasnt, really!"
How on earth does voldemort trust him so much in the end, ti doesnt make sense!!