You could now add the gif of when Phoebe cast the spell to Call The Lost Sister and the astral Prue teleports back to the Manor and fight against Phoebe, but finally returns to the Prue physical body. This event happened in Season 3 Episode 15 . Excellent samples of: (1) Spell Casting, (2) Astral Projection, (3) Advanced Combat.
Firstly, I'm sure Wikia has default infobox which lets you choose the field names and parameters you want. If you want one exactly like the Charmed wiki's then you could copy and paste the coding used for it. You can do this by finding a page with an infobox, entering its edit version, clicking on "Show list of used templates", pick an infobox template and click "(edit)" next to the title which will open a new page with the codes.
I actually did. I copied the infobox for witches, but it didn't work. I haven't found the infoboxes where I can create something like on here either. Templates is the one thing I have trouble figuring out.
What are trying to say is that these two separate events occurred when Prue was using her power of Astral Projection and fought against each other in this state. She fought very well with great skill and mastery, but in astral form. Her body was in stasis elsewhere.
Yeah, I would of liked that instead having Piper's second son from the future coming back, Phoebe's demonic child would somehow be saved and make a revenge plot against the Charmed Ones. It would explain some of Chris' suspicious behaviour at the start of the sixth season.
Sometimes I do in my head. Like what I would say or do in a scene, I'd just make up a character on the spot, give them a background and act as if they were always a main character, coming up with things they could do while watching it on the TV.
Maybe you should try and write it sometimes. I was like that. But I am happy I have started my own series. It's doesn't really matter if someone love it or hate it. The only thing that truly matters is. If I am happy with it. But it's funny to get reviews, both good and bad or neutral are good.
The thing is with fanfiction is that I find it takes a lot of thinking and creativity to create whole stories, and I rarely would like to make major changes in established works. I think I if were to write fanfiction, I'd only really alter existing scenes by adding characters I made up.
Don't worry. I didn't wanna come off like I am pressing you into it. Well you are right. It does need immagination to create meaningful fanfiction. Like when I started my first season. I didn't like the loose ends about Billie and Christy. So I created a season which was based on them so I would have some closure, and it also had a storyline about The Woogyman.
Yeah, I only really started getting into Charmed since last year. The only thing I know enough in terms of characters and mythology is Buffy, so that would be the only thing I could write about at this moment.
Very cool. I wish the writers would of put more thought into Magic School, for instance, rather than giving it such a generic name they could have named it the "Institute of Magical Education for Young Witches", and just call it Magic School for short. It seems silly that this isn't the only magic school and it owns the name like it's better than all the other schools.
But of course he knew that The Stillman Sisters were stupid. Considering they tried to seducing him. Of Chris didn't see through that. I would have been worried, Like what happened to you in the future. Isn't the episode Repo Manor basically the same episode?
I'd say Repo Manor is pretty much a rehash of previous ideas that happened in the show. Like the identity theft, the spirit board, the mixing the Charmed Ones blood to get their powers, the revealing to the boyfriend that she's a witch and the being shrunk inside the dollhouse. At least the episode acknowledged that they were reusing ideas by having the villians mention previous episodes where one tactic was so effective against the Charmed Ones they decided there's no reason not to do it again differently.
Yeah, sorta my idea about a villian. A warlock who's been collecting powers for so long that he has too many powers so he treats them more like commodities, kinda like how when you play a video game, you wanna collect all the unique weapons, not to actually use them but merely own them.
Did Tuatha use to be a good witch? Anyway, I'm kinda curious on how exactly a witch becomes a warlock if the whole power-stealing ability is a warlock thing. I would of liked it if there was a witch-to-warlock transition under regular circumstances in the show.
Yeah, the difference is because evil witches are just evil, but warlocks are a seperate species. There's still the question of how witches steal the powers in the first place. I mean witches have used athames to kill demons without taking their powers, does it only happen when they kill other witches?
Yeah. I just wanted to make sure it was okay because there was like only one user that suggested flame-fading. I'll admit I didn't really see the difference between flame-fading and normal flaming, but looking at the page now I see a fading effect.
I never really understood why the episode was called "The Last Temptation of Christy" Where they comparing Christy to Jesus? They say that Jesus died for sins of The Humanity. Christy didn't,
she was incinerated by her fireball which Billie deflected at her and she was vanquished. And it's not even in the right episode. If it was called like "Questionable Destinies" It would be more appropriate.
I'm kinda thankful it didn't go in that direction. I don't sit well with the whole other Darrin Syndrome. I thinks it's pretty justified in this case since Doherty did put quite a bit of work into Prue's character.
I am grateful Shannen left. I am sure Brad Kern would have destoryed the character. Sure, I think he sucks about 90 %. But those 10 % are because I like the Jenkins Sisters and Zankou and the Seers are good. But I don't the Avatars or the Cleaners.
I can't stand to watch Rewitched. The episode is stupid. I mean seriously. they faked their deaths and yet they still live in the Halliwell Manor? You don't have to be a genius not to notice that another set of three women are living in the Halliwell Manor.
And I felt that they were often mean and treated Billie like she was a bimbo. Sure, Christy was turned evil. But still if you think about it. Christy wasn't really lying. Leo barely knew anything about the Avatars and suddenly he was their greatest fan and he dared to call Kyle crazy?
Well, he wasn't really that insane either but still the Avatars killed anyone who disagreed with them.
Yeah, the writing was just a puddle of nonsense. They wanted to train the new generation of witches at the end of last season, they get somebody who is more than eager to fill in and do their job (which they hated) and they shut her down like some child.
I was thinking the Mermaid and the Billie Spin off would have been good. But if you want to read a Legacy of the next generation. Charmdozo has three series and one is called Legacy. While as I once told you I am writing about the Jenkins Sisters and other magical beings. I think it's relaxing to write fanfiction.
Kern certainly took the show in a different direction than what was originally intended. Probably the most notorious aspect was the sisterhood theme. Season five onward the importance of the sisters' bond is hardly used, and never a central theme.
And constantly changed of rules and the dumb window of opportunity. It makes no sense. The Tribunal and the Cleaners. I am surprised the show managed to last this far. He also made Astral Projection stupid.
Charmed's continuity is really one big mess of self-contradicting nonsense that worsens over the seasons. Going in, the show had good recurring concepts like personal gain and exposure that made for good storytelling in some respects, but it just ended up in tripe when the show couldn't even play off their central themes properly.
I wouldn't say continuity is what exactly makes or breaks a series. I find if you watch the later seasons without thinking too much into, it can still be an somewhat enjoyable experience. And that's why lasted so many years. Simple entertainment value. If you're actually following the characters and how their developing throughout the show, then Charmed could potentially insult someone with its inconsistencies.
I like to be anonymous. I mean like. If I was given a chance to be famous. Before anything is said. I would afraid and say I am gonna go to the bathroom. Be right back. Let me just say. Don't hold your breath.
I hate being the center of attention. That's why I hate birthdays. I always have to pretend.
It's nice to do a job you love and have it publicized to a great degree so that many people can appreciate your hard work, but people tend to be pure parasites. They leech off anyone with a lot of attention to get some of it and a pay check.
Yeah, image plays a really big part in it. People like to project an idea of people based on their roles, interviews and candid footage. That's not the whole story. A friend's impression of you is much more tangible because they actually know you.
if you got to meet a celebrity from a show you have watched. Would you be honest if they asked you? I would be. Only reason I watched Pretty Little Liars was Holly Marie Combs. When I got bored with the show and after while as she left so I don't care to watch it anymore due to they were always using the same storylines. "A new season." The A wants to kill us. "Half season has gone now." We know who the A is. "Final Episode" A has escaped / replaced / mistaken / killed.. The actresses are in early and late twenties.
They will soon be grown up to play teens. If the A or the Team A are afraid of the Girls. Just kill them already. Seriously? I get that they wanted to make the girls suffer. It's been seasons now! Kill them or get over their issues.
I have noticed Holly in Pretty Little Liars. I don't watch it though. I really have no interest in teen drama shows today. Just not really appealing to me. If I wanna Holly in something, I'll just watch a scene on Youtube or an interview.
The whole Shannen thing is really a mystery. And I think this comes back to our previous talk about exposure in Hollywood. Shannen's departure is a prime example of people's personal lives being an object of public dispute.
I did temporary discontinue my series due to lack of interest in writing. I just can't focus and I don't have the passion I used to have. I have been having the same problem a while now.
I will perhaps start again some time later on. I am not abandoning the series. I just need to get the same passion I used to have. Did you like Charmed the first time you saw it. I didn't, I gave it a second chance.
Writer's block is normal. It'll come to you sooner or later.
As for Charmed. I remember watching the show as a kid, mainly seasons 4-6. I don't have a "first time watching it" because it's one of those things that was there as you grew up for me. I always considered it a fun little show and I only really got back into it like last year or so when I caught reruns of it.
I am quite interested in supernatural drama shows. There's something really appealing about mixing fantasy elements to everyday things. Though, I'm not really keen on the newer shows they're putting out now. I'm really sceptical about how they can handle the genre, considering how shows like Buffy have pretty much paved the way and stood as benchmarks for shows like this.
Well not just on Charmed, it can happening on another shows to, like on TVD. They said Witches can be Vampires, but not both. But as it came to the near end of Season 6, The hybrids who are bothj are called the Heretics. And Season 7 will be about them.
That's just the reality of writing a show with its own unique mythology. You have to be careful with what you introduce every episode. Once it's been established, it's been established. Charmed is an example of not doing it right.
I don't buy it. Many shows mess up. Not just Charmed. Because in TVD, they said everything is controlled by the Universe, but then it was said then Universe never controlled anything it just a Warlock with a simple spell. And the Silas storyline was stupid and does not make sense.
I don't know. Maybe? I know Shannen would have a had a workload being the leading lady of a show, but I'm not aware of the full details. If she were to play Dru or Faith, I don't think I would like it because I'm so drawn to Landua's and Eliza's performance. Don't get me wrong, Shannen's great and beyond, but my image of those characters are set with those actresses.
Yeah. I understand. I feel the same when I think about "Back to the Future" movies. I was think about Michael J Fox but originally there was a another actor. So they had to redo most of the first movie. Or on THe Big Bang Theory. There was a different actress for Penny.