diane771 wrote:When reading that part I got the opinion that it was after the control and when the danger was gone. But not sure if I read that correctly.
diane771 wrote:Ok, lets say the Cullens disappears and the wolves revert back to just being human. Does that mean that they still imprint or not and if not what about Quil?
amethyst wrote:They would still be imprinted upon their imprintees. Taha Aki started aging again in order to live a normal, healthy, human life with his third wife--which he imprinted upon--once she was murdered by the "cold one", he experience a rage he's never felt before and turned into a wolf to avenge her. I can only deduce that he was still attached to her as much as he was when he first imprinted.
Does anyone find it odd (to say the least) how Jacob is completely attached to Renesmee (he won't leave her side, almost ever) even three months after he imprinted upon her. In comparison to Quil and Claire (Claire doesn't live in La Push) Jacob's attachment doesn't seem normal to me. Or does the intensity of the imprinter differ from one person to another? I think other wise for numerous reasons. Also, why does Jacob stare at Renesmee like a "person staring at the sun for the first time" . . . It creeps me out, because I attribute this analogy to romantic relationships . . . Thanks for who ever offers their opinion
Diane - I see where you're getting that idea, and in the rational world, it definitely makes more sense to me. But I think that what Sam might have meant by blaming the Cullens for hurting Leah was that he knew that if the Cullens hadn't come back, his wolf gene wouldn't have triggered, and if his wolf gene hadn't triggered, he wouldn't have had to leave Leah. I don't think that he thinks that when the Cullens leave it'll all go back to normal, because I think we've seen that's not how imprinting works, with the Taha Aki story that amethyst so kindly provided. You're logic definitely is sound though, it makes sense to me.
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