italiangirl1577 wrote:Yes, and it's just part of Aro's personality to destroy even what he loves in order to get what he wants; he really did love his sister, it is just that he did not love that she was going to leave and take Marcus with her. However, although Marcus' gift would have seemed more useful to him, Aro's sister wasn't completely useless. She probably could have gotten anybody to do what she wanted them to, because they'd be so happy around her. I mean, just think of all the innocent tourists she could have lured to the rest of the Volturi just by making them feel happy around her.
Jane V wrote:Guys, Marcus doesn't KNOW that Aro killed his wife. SM said that he never found out. Chelsea used her gift to keep him loyal, but he lost all interest in everything. he's different than Edward, because as we saw in NM, if Bella really DID die, Edward would find some way to die too.
as for the Aro killing Didyme thing....Aro didn't really want to have to kill his sister, i don't think. but it's part of his ambitious, sly personality to destroy even things he loves if they're going to get in the way of him reaching the top, if you will. Stephenie explains it all in her BD faq.
and also, i checked the BD index. Sulpicia and Athenodora don't have any special powers. so it must be something else that draws Aro and Caius to them and vice versa [but who in their right mind would be drawn to Caius? EW ] i wonder what it is that connects them.
lostxcause wrote:ha, i personally find the "unlikely explaination" to be a LOT more likely.....
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