smitten_by_twilight wrote:Actually, the Guide covers that, and it's best to read both Sam's and Emily's bios to fully understand. SM refers in the books to Sam always trying to not be the kind of person his dad was, and the Guide reaffirms that and expands on it. When he hurt her, they weren't together yet, and they were fighting, and she compared him to his dad deliberately to provoke him. Even imprinted werewolves do have some feelings and actions that don't directly relate to the object of their imprinting - or you could argue that she wanted him to get mad, so he did. The story about what happened after the injury is really great.
TeamBella76 wrote:I don't see him having a supernatural power based on strength to withstand blood.
Jazz Girl wrote: For Carlisle Cullen, his biography specifically states that he has no quantifiable supernatural power. Yet, in the basic explanation of supernatural powers and how they exist in some vampires, SM uses the following example: "a human with a deep value for human live becoming a vampire with the strength to avoid human blood" (p 73)
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