I’m Kat *waves* and I have always been a Leah fan, so I thought I’d join this thread.
Some of you may know me from EDC, Jasper’s Army , RDP or Mafia…
Anyways, so I’ll fill out this questionnaire:What's your favorite thing about Leah?
I like that she is at first perceived as a bit of a mystery, but once her character starts to develop, you begin to understand just how much depth there is to her character. I also like her snaky attitude, cos it reminds me of myself a bit. your least favorite?
Well, to be honest, what I don’t like is the bad press she gets. I don’t like how so many people seems to think she’s a b***h.
I don’t have any issues with Leah herself, because I am nowhere near perfect, and I have no right to criticize Leah for thinking or doing the same things as me. What do you think of Leah and Seth's sibling relationship?
Totally understandable. There is a significant age difference, so obviously you can’t expect them to be the best of friends, but Leah still feels protective towards Seth, and Seth puts up with Leah as best as a boy can put up with an older sister. If Leah were a real person is there anything you would want to tell/ask her?
Hhhmm. I think that I would like to tell her that I admire her strength in her all-male environment.
Don’t look at me like that~ I’m not being a crazy feminist or anything!
I’m just remarking on the fact that Leah does have a hard time of it, cos all the guys (except Sam, who was first) had someone to help explain the change to them. They all had some sort of guidance, but Leah is completely unique, and is therefore totally alone in her situation.Do you have any speculations on Leah's female wolfiness?
Like why she got the wolfy gene?
I don’t really know. I have this vague idea that it may be related to the imprinting thing… just as genetics are at play in order to ensure a stronger, better pack, perhaps Leah was created (if I can use that term?) because she would become the next evolutionary stage for the pack. Even though Sam didn’t imprint on her, I don’t think that it means she can’t pass on the gene. I don’t think she’s a genetic dead end. Leah’s children may be even stronger and more powerful than ever before.
It may also have been that Leah had the right mentality for it… I know that doesn’t seem likely, because we know that she made an effort to disrupt the pack when she first joined. But the wolves are about protecting La Push, and I think that she would be very able to do that.Any suggestions for our "witty quote"?
“Stop arguing with me, because it’s not going to do any good.”
And although it wasn’t Leah who said it, I think that Jake pretty much sums up Leah’s attitude: “Okay, then, Ms. Do-Anything-I-Want.”
I must say, though, I am a fan of the “Crappy Little Renegade” team.
anyways, sorry I made this so long... I just had a lot to say, I guess.