Is Freya a vampire?
Freya Mikaelson is a powerful witch and the first-born child of Mikael and Esther. She is the elder sister of Finn, Elijah, Niklaus, Kol, Rebekah and Henrik. She recently got married to Keelin, a werewolf, and has a son, Nik, with Keelin.
Does Freya forget hope?
At the time, Freya had no memory of Hope, so when Josie mentioned she was from the Salvatore School, Freya didn’t remember she had already been there to visit Hope on The Originals. Legacies picked up from that story and revealed Freya and Keelin had a son.
Why does Finn want to kill hope?
Freya was born before Finn, but because of the immortality spell Dahlia casted on Freya, she appears younger than him. Finn and Freya were allies on their task to kill Hope so that Dahlia won’t return. It has been theorized Finn repressed his traumatic memory of Freya being taken by Dahlia.
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Does Freya try to kill Klaus?
In Ashes to Ashes, Freya tried kill Klaus, and she looked very sad when doing so and she said to Marcel that Klaus is her family and she didn’t want to kill him. However Rebekah leaves New Orleans to find a way to return Kol, and Freya stayed with Klaus. Both of their children had been wanted by their aunt Dahlia.
Why does Freya turn everyone against Klaus?
The Mikaelson family has always been complicated and Klaus has always had trust issues, but now those trust issues may cost him his siblings. Freya seeing into Klaus’ mind didn’t show exactly what Klaus was afraid of. It showed Freya that he will never trust her, so in turn she will turn everyone against him.
Who is more powerful Freya or Davina?
Davina had too much power to handle. Freya was only able to handle her power because of Dahlia. So both had an extreme amount of power. Now that Davina was sacrificed and brought back, she is less powerful than Freya.
Is Freya more powerful than Klaus?
freya is a very powerful witch, one of the most powerful on tvdu. 1. she is able to channel elijah and klaus or elijah and finn’s spirit at the same time and, apparently, without suffering physical damage.