So, I found some things…
Fireflies: With Boyd and Cora on the loose and under the influence of the full moon, Scott and Derek must turn to an unlikely ally for help.
Unleashed: While Scott tries to keep Isaac from engaging in a deadly confrontation with the Twins in school, Stiles attempts to prove his theory that the killings have nothing to do with werewolves.
Frayed: During a bus ride to a cross country meet, Scott and his friends flash back to the events of a preemptive strike against the Alphas that has left several injured and possibly one or more dead.
Motel California: Stranded at a motel for the night because of the postponed cross country meet, Scott and the others suffer strange experiences that cause them to believe members of their own group may the mysterious killer’s newest targets.
Currents: As the danger begins to reach closer to Scott, threatening his trusted mentor and boss, Deaton, Kali and the Twins go after Derek.
Visionary: Seeking answers, Scott, Allison and Stiles hear stories told by two unlikely narrators and discover a secret about the color of a werewolf’s eyes.
The Girl Who Knew Too Much: As Allison begins to suspect someone dangerously close to her may be involved in the murders, Scott and Stiles conclude that Lydia’s rising talents may be their best bet to solving the murders.
The Overlooked: Trapped inside an evacuated Beacon Hills hospital by a powerful storm, Scott and Derek must defend themselves against the Alphas while trying to figure out how to save Cora’s life.
Alpha Pact: With the threat growing far more personal and time running out on innocent lives, Scott is forced to make a difficult choice in order to save both friends and family while, at the same time, Derek and Peter try to figure out how to save Cora’s life.
Episode 312: Under Deaton’s advice, Scott and his friends use an ancient but extremely dangerous ritual to help them both save the lives of the people they love and stop Deucalion from achieving his sinister goal.
This was a man, dressed as a plant, making pigeon noises at people walking by. I said hello, asked if it was okay to take his picture, and then asked why he was dressed as a plant. He said, “I’m just working through some stuff. Thank you for asking. No ones asked yet.”
whoever told kids these days that “there are no dumb questions only dumb answers” is stupid as hell
scott asked me today if “werewolves bit another wolf would that wolf turn into a werehuman or would it just become spiderman or something?”
i don’t think he even tried
The only thing I hate more than not warning for major character death is when a wip you’re super invested in adds it as a tag