Wie der Artikel es schon sagt, steht das hier von nun an für Events. Dieser Account ebenfalls. Bevor ich weiter auf dieses Thema näher eingehe, möchte ich euch kurz beschreiben, warum, weshalb und wieso nun Events sowie Zweck der ganzen Geschichte.
- Events beleben nicht nur ein Forum, sondern dient auch zu einer abwechslungsreichen Sequenz zwischen den aktiven Plays. Hintergrund dieser Geschichte ist, dass die Events, die hier stattfinden werden, im aktiven Geschehen mit eingebunden werden sollen.
- Es sollen keine 0815 Events stattfinden, sondern werden genaustens geplant und durchgeführt.
- Genauso wird es nicht jede Woche ein Event geben, sondern sich nach Ideen richten, die von den Usern hier gesammelt werden. Demnach wird es entweder eine Auslosung im öffentlichen Stil geben, oder die Event Manager entscheiden.
- Jedes Mitglied kann und darf an den Event Manager seine/n Vorschlag als PN schicken:
> Vorschlag/Vorschläge mit kurzem Inhalt
> Was für ein Event; für welche Gruppen ist es gedacht? (Menschen, Jäger, Werwölfe etc.);
Was ist das Ziel? (Angriff/Schlacht, Fun)
- Bedenkt, dass Ideen immer weiter ausgebaut werden und mit dem, der die Idee hat, Rücksprache gehalten wird um das Event zu planen.
- Natürlich werden nur notwendige Infos bekannt gegeben, wenn zum Beispiel was passieren wird, z.B. ein Angriff, so wird nur mitgeteilt, dass es einen Angriff geben wird, wer aber betroffen ist wird davon abhängen, wer zum einen angegriffen werden möchte, oder wird ohne Wissen des Mitglieds entschieden, als Überraschung um dann spontan reagieren zu müssen.
- Damit sollen Überraschungseffekte erzeugt werden, die nicht vorhersehbar sind, so dass man nicht frühzeitig reagieren kann. Charaktere werden damit nicht geärgert, sondern so können damit auch in den Vordergrund rerückt werden um im Fokus des RPGs zu stehen und nicht immer nur dieselben.
> Das kann aber von den Charaktern selbst entschieden werden. Wer ein Angrifsopfer sein möchte,
ohne zu sterben natürlich, kann sich dann bei der Eventankündigung per PN melden und wird
dann ganz speziell zu dem Event hinzugezogen.
Aufgabe der anderen, unbeteiligten wäre dann, diese Leute zu beschützen, oder eben dementsprechend zu reagieren. Aber das würde dann noch alles erklärt werden, wenn die erste Planung für das erste kommende Event abgeschlossen ist!
Der Zweck der Events ist, dass Gruppen für diesen Zeitraum aufgelöst werden und jeder mit jedem schreiben kann und soll. Oftmals ergibt sich meistens nicht die Möglichkeit, entweder durch festsitzen im eigenen Play, oder versetztes finished.
Das passiert, ist aber nicht tragisch, dafür soll es diese Events geben, wo alle gefordert werden und neue Handlungen, Gespräche, Zielsetzungen und vieles mehr im RPG ermöglichen sollen.
>> Eure Meinung ist gefragt und daher dürfen/können Meinungen hierzu gern im Kommentarfeld abgegeben werden. Natürlich auch, wenn es Fragen dazu gibt, die für den einen oder anderen Unklar sind. Alles wird beantwortet.
Die erste Ausarbeitung läuft. Es wird als erstes einen Schulball als Event geben. Einige Überlegungen sind bereits schon aufgeschrieben worden. Die Handlung wird auch noch erstellt, bzw. dass was kommen wird, aber im Großen und Ganzen, wird das Event von jedem Charakter gesteuert. Die kleinen Feinheiten werden dann von den Mitwissern aus gelenkt werden und somit die Charakter überraschen.
Das wird aber noch speziell ausgearbeitet und rechtzeitig bekannt gegeben. Da es noch nicht 100%ig sicher ist, wann genau dieses Event starten wird, gebe ich einen ungefähren Zeitplan mal bekannt:
Das Event wird vorrausichtlich um den 1.September starten und würde ca. 7 Tage lang dauern, je nach dem wie viele Mitmachen, wer in den Fokus möchte und was für den Schulball speziell geplant wird.
Daher kann sich das Event verschieben, aber es wird stattfinden, sofern User mitmachen werden.
Wir sind auf eure Meinung gespannt und hoffe, dass das erste Event ein Erfolg wird und es jedem Spaß bringt. Man kann daran arbeiten und natürlich danach Verbesserungen vornehmen. Alles fängt mal klein an!
Am 24. März 14 wurde die letzte Episode der dritten Staffel von "Teen Wolf" ausgestrahlt. Fans der Serie müssen sich noch bis zum 23. Juni 2014 gedulden, bis es mit der vierten Staffel weitergeht. Jene umfasst wie die ersten beiden wieder 12 Episoden.
Lest jetzt hier die bereits bekannten allgemeinen und episodenbezogenen Informationen.
Neu06.05.2014: In Staffel vier versuchen Scott, Stiles, Lydia und Kira immer noch die tragischen Verluste zu verarbeiten, während das neue Schuljahr mit mehr menschlichen als übernatürlichen Sorgen beginnt und sie ebenfalls ihre neue Freundin Malia bei der Integration unterstützen. Doch Kate Argents überraschende Auferstehung bringt eine neue Bedrohung nach Beacon Hills, zeitgleich mit dem Auftauchen eines neuen mysteriösen Feindes, der als "The Benefactor" ("Der Wohltäter") bekannt ist. (Quelle: MTV)
25.04.2014: In #4.06 taucht der Söldner Fahey auf, wer genau den Mann angeheuert hat, wurde noch nicht offenbart. Jedoch soll er einiges zu klären haben. (Quelle: E! Online)
25.04.2014: In #4.05 bringt ein großspuriger Lacrosse-Spieler aus einem gegnerischen Team die Gang in Schwierigkeiten. (Quelle: E! Online)
05.04.2014: Davis verriet, dass die vierte Staffel neue Schurken mit sich bringt und Scott, seinen Freunden und seiner Familie einige schwierige Zeiten bevorstehen. Auf die Frage, was genau das bedeutet, antwortete Davis nur, dass es sich anfühle wie "Das Imperium schlägt zurück". (Quelle: Zap2it)
05.04.2014: In Staffel vier entwickelt sich eine Freundschaft zwischen Lydia, Kira und Malia. Das Trio wird ein kraftvoller Part der Serie. (Quelle: E! Online)
05.04.2014: Arden Cho wird Vollzeit zur Serie zurückkommen, da sie laut Davis einen atemberaubenden Job macht, planen die Autoren mehr für die Kitsune sowie Kira und Scott, das bedeutet auch, dass sie ein Teil seines Rudels wird. Scott und Kira werden es jedoch langsam angehen lassen, denn Kira ist sich nicht sicher, wie viel Raum sie ihm nach dem Tod von Allison geben soll. Scott kennt darauf ebenfalls keine Antwort, denn er möchte ein Gentleman sein, aber er ist auch einfach ein Teenager, welcher verliebt ist. (Quelle: Zap2it)
05.04.2014: Davis versprach, dass die Zuschauer definitiv sehen werden, wie die Gefühle sich zwischen Malia und Stiles entwickeln. (Quelle: Zap2it)
28.03.2014: Jill Wagner verriet, dass Kate nun ein ein Werjaguar ist. Jener wird in der mexikanischen Folklore auch als "Balam" bezeichnet. (Quelle: Jill Wagner via Twitter)
26.03.2014: Laut Jeff Davis gibt es zwischen Staffel drei und vier einen kleinen Zeitsprung von ca. 2 Monaten. Jener gibt den Charakteren Zeit um zu trauen, jedoch nicht um Allisons Tod vollkommen zu verarbeiten. Trotzdem soll in der Serie weiterhin der Humor nicht zu kurz kommen, denn die Autoren versuchen das richtige Mittelmaß zu finden. (Quelle: E!Online)
26.03.2014: Die erste Episode beginnt mit der Scott und seinen Leuten in Mexiko, dort sind sie auf der Mission Derek zu finden und zu retten. Laut Davis handelt sie ebenfalls von Trauer und darum, wie man weitermacht. #4.01 soll den Titel "The Dark Moon" tragen. (Quelle: E!Online)
26.03.2014: Für Scott wird es schwer zu beginn der neuen Staffel, aber die Zuschauer sehen, wie er Unterstützung von seinem Rudel erhält. Es gibt neue Themen, und einen neues Problem, das ihre Aufmerksamkeit erfordert. Während in 3B der Fokus auf Stiles lag, konzentriert sich Staffel 4 auf Scott als Alpha und sein ungewöhnliches Rudel. Jenes soll übrigens Zuwachs bekommen. (Quelle: E!Online)
26.03.2014: Wieder gibt es ein neues zentrales Mysterium, aber es wird keine ganz neue Mythologie eingeführt. Das Mysterium gründet auf etwas sehr persönlichem und wird die Hauptcharaktere – besonders Derek – direkt ins Herz treffen. Es soll eine große Staffel für Derek werden, Davis vermutet, dass die Zuschauer überrascht sein werden. (Quelle: E!Online)
26.03.2014: Davis verriet, dass Isaac mit Allisons Vater die Stadt in Richtung Frankreich verlassen hat. Argent nimmt sich dort eine Auszeit um den Tod seiner Tochter zu verkraften, jedoch bleibt JR als Darsteller der vierten Staffel erhalten. (Quelle: E!Online)
26.03.2014: Lydia nimmt immer noch einen großen Part in Stiles Herzem ein, auch wenn sie klargemacht hat, dass sie ihn nicht liebt. Stiles kann sich damit arrangieren, da es nicht um alles oder nichts geht.(Quelle: TVLine)
26.03.2014: Laut Davis gab es eine kreative Neuentscheidung und dadurch wird Mason nicht Teil des Lacrosse-Teams. Mason, Liam und Garret sind jüngere Charaktere, welche das Leben der Hauptcharaktere verkomplizieren und dabei stellen sie sich sehr gut an. (Quelle: E!Online)
25.03.2014: Daniel Sharman wird nicht in der vierten Staffel in die Rolle des Isaac Lahey schlüpfen, da der Schauspielern gern neues ausprobieren möchte. Laut Davis wird Isaak deshalb nicht etwa sterben und somit bleibt eine Rückkehr im Bereich des Möglichen. (Quelle: E!Online)
25.03.2014: Laut Dylan O'Brien wird Malia in Staffel vier Teil des Rudels und gehört mit zu den Hauptcharakteren. (Quelle: TV Line)
18.03.2014: Meredith wird auch in der vierten Staffel zu sehen sein. (Quelle: Wolf Watch)
15.03.2014: In Staffel 4 lernen die Zuschauer den neuen Verwalter des Krankenhauses Dr. Geyer kennen. Jener wird als charmant, intelligent und gutaussehend beschrieben, möglicherweise handelt es sich um einen Love Interest für Mama McCall. (Quelle: E!Online)
15.03.2014: Der Charakter Violet ist eine sechzehnjährige Schülerin, die nicht sonderlich auffällt ... aber sie ist sehr viel zäher als die Zuschauer vielleicht denken. (Quelle: E!Online)
15.03.2014: Mason Dye und Khylin Rhambo wurden als neue Darsteller der vierten Staffel verpflichtet. Beide Charaktere sind Lacrosse-Spieler an der Beacon Hills High School, Dye wird als Garrett zu sehen sein und Rhambo als Mason. (Quelle: Zap2it)
26.02.2014: Momentan läuft das Casting für den Charakter Mason, jeder ist durch und durch ein Athlet, wird beschrieben als lustig, geistreich und gutaussehend. Er ist ebenfalls der beste Freund des neuen besten Lacrosse -Spielers der Beacon Hills High. Beide Jungs werden die Zuschauer in der vierten Staffel kennenlernen. Das dies sehr nach Danny und Jackson 2.0 klingt, liegt daran, dass dem so ist. Mason könnte laut Ausiello den armen, ahnungslosen Danny mehr in die übernatürlichen Geschehnisse der Stadt verwickeln. (Quelle: TVLine)
26.02.2014: Zwischen Stiles und Lydia soll es in unmittelbarer Zukunft keine Romantik geben. (Quelle: TVLine)
04.02.2014: Dylan Sprayberry übernimmt in der vierten Staffel die Rolle des neuen Schülers Liam. Jener wird als arrogant, aber gutherzig beschrieben und kann sehr gute sportliche und schulische Leistungen vorweisen. Von den übernatürlichen Geschehnissen soll der charmante Frischling nichts wissen. (Quelle: TVLine)
20.11.2013: Jeff Davis wollte nicht bestätigen, das Jennifer endgültig verstorben ist. (Quelle: E!Online)
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teen-wolf-finale-blogStill recovering from last night’s Teen Wolf finale? Of course you are, it was absolutely insane. Fortunately, TVLine got executive producer Jeff Davis on the line to answer our burning questions, including what we can expect from Aunt Kate and who will be hooking up with whom when Season 4 begins June 23.
TVLINE | Let’s start with Kate’s return. How long did you know she’d be coming back?
That was planned in Season 1, I’m not kidding. They asked me how much I wanted to see of [Kate's] wound, and I said, “I only want to see the claw marks. It has to be very specific. She needs deep claw marks in her neck.” They wanted the death to be bigger, and I was like, “No! Trust me on this!” It’s really fun to be able to plant something like that so early and have it pay off, like, 40 episodes later. We actually planned to bring her back much sooner, but they kept renewing Wipeout, so that made it difficult to schedule her. And at that time we were doing the resurrection of Peter, and I felt like it’d be too many resurrections at once.
teen-wolf-finale-kateTVLINE | What’s up with her skin? She looks like a scary Avatar.
It’s a blue-ish pattern, yes. The patterns and spots are very specific. I won’t say what she is exactly, but she’s definitely a were creature, so I think people can look it up and probably figure things out themselves.
TVLINE | Will she be a friend or a foe?
Well, she’s going to be a foe to many people, but you’ll be surprised to see who she aligns herself with. She definitely has an agenda, and one of those agendas is to survive at all costs. She still considers herself an argent — and a hunter.
TVLINE | And then there’s Danny. Does he know everything?!
Oh, you’ll find out. That twist was partly a nod to The Lost Boys, and one of my favorite lines in that movie comes at the end: “One thing about living in Santa Carla I never could stomach … all the damn vampires.” There was always a question of whether or not we’d turn Danny into something, or if he’d know about it but choose to stay out of the supernatural goings-on in order to survive. I can imagine his house is just lined with mountain ash.
TVLINE | I’m glad Malia is finally going to stick around next season.
So are we! We signed her up pretty late, so we were iffy on it up until we wrote the last episode. Her scenes, where she returned to school, hadn’t even been planned yet, and I was on the phone with the network being like, “Did we sign her up? Am I writing her into the finale?” But it eventually worked out and we’re really happy about it. We were only able to plant a few seeds this season, but we’ll have plenty of time to explore her character. [Shelley Hennig] is a phenomenal person, she’s up for anything and I hope people are really going to like Malia.
TVLINE | We already know Stiles does. What’s their relationship going to be like?
You’ll have to wait to see where they are in the first episode, but I’ll definitely say that Malia complicates things, both romantically and in the pack. Scott is going to accept her into his pack, and her relationship with Peter is going to become a major complication as well.
TVLINE | What about poor Derek? His women always end up dead or evil or both. Will that change?
It may. Hoechlin is really good at romance on-screen, and we know that he loves it, so we’re going to try for it. We’ve got a lot of ideas and we’re spinning a few threads at the beginning of the fourth season, so we’ll see how it goes.
TVLINE | Aiden was last night’s big death. Why kill him off, rather than send him out of town with his brother?
It was a creative decision. We debated it quite a bit in the writers’ room, and we decided it was just a powerful story. His goal was to prove, both to Lydia and to himself, that he could be one of the good guys and fight for a cause. So he fought… and he died. We knew that Charlie and Max were going off to do [HBO's The Leftovers], which we’re really proud of them for. I said to Max before the script went out, “Sorry, man, I have to kill you. It’s just too good.” And they loved doing the scene. It was difficult, emotionally, but it was really good stuff on screen. It was so emotionally charged.
TVLINE | Same question about Crystal Reed. With so much advanced knowledge of her departure, why kill her, rather than send her away?
We’d debated it many different ways, actually. The show is growing up, and it’s just like what they did on The Good Wife; it’s shocking and it changes the show. Death happens and everyone else is left behind. It spins the characters and the story in new directions. To be honest, we struggled to think of a reason why Allison would leave Beacon Hills. This was more true to her character. She’s not the kind of person who would just say, “OK, guys, I’m out of here. Take care.” It was a powerful, painful moment. And to be honest, if we’d known Colton [Haynes] was going to leave after Season 2, I’m not so sure he would have survived. I have the utmost respect for Crystal, who sat me down and told me she was ready to move on and try new things. I’m proud of her and feel very fortunate to have had an actress like that.
TVLINE | Anyone else we might not see back in Season 4?
Daniel Sharman, actually, may not be returning for Season 4. He came to me shortly after Crystal; he was waffling about it. We’d actually convinced him to do Season 3B — I think he was holding out on that as well. He told me he wanted to try other things, maybe do a movie, and I said, “OK, if we can’t convince you to stay, you tell me where it should go.” And he just said, “Please don’t kill me off!” So, there’s a possibility Isaac will return, but we don’t know for sure.
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Fallen heroes Allison and Aiden aren’t the only Beacon Hills High School students who will be missed when “Teen Wolf” returns for Season 4 — you won’t be seeing Allison’s boyfriend, Isaac Lahey, either. Daniel Sharman, the actor behind Isaac, has decided to leave the show, Executive Producer Jeff Davis revealed via E! News yesterday, though he assured fans that if Sharman ever has a change of heart, reviving the part is certainly a possibility.
“[Daniel] said he loved the role so much that he wanted to be able to come back if there was a chance,” Davis shared, adding that the Brit plans to use his time away from set to pursue new projects. “He was at a position where he wanted to stretch his creative wings and I said to him, ‘Well, if we can’t convince you to come back, we’ll definitely leave the door open for you.’”
Phew. At least we don’t have to build another memorial site.
So how will Isaac’s absence be explained? According to Davis, both he and Chris Argent will start off Season 4 on sabbatical in France, where they’ll be grieving Allison’s death. JR Bourne’s character will eventually return home, while Isaac will not. Perhaps he’ll embark on a backpacking adventure through Europe with ol’ Jackson?
Dude, it’s Beacon Hills.
No, we haven’t stopped thinking about Teen Wolf's mindblowing season three finale, arguably the MTV hit’s best episode yet, since Monday night. Come on, not only did another fan favorite die (Sniff!), but we got answers, a lot of them! The Nogitsune was defeated, ending this season’s Kitsune mythology, a villain was resurrected (Hi, Aunt Kate!) and, perhaps the most awesome reveal of all, Danny (Keahu Kahuanui) was in the know about the town’s supernatural happenings this whole time!
But where do we go from here? We chatted with executive producer Jeff Davis about season four’s upcoming mini-time jump, which will give characters time to mourn, but not forget, Allison’s (Crystal Reed) heartbreaking death in the penultimate episode, and how the show plans to top Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) in the villain department. Plus, he revealed who’s missing in the beginning of the season…
We think a character fans know and love, like Stiles, always make for the best villains. Are you at all nervous about trying to top that in season four? Do you feel pressure because Void Stiles worked so well?
Absolutely we feel pressure. I guess we’re not so concerned about topping ourselves as doing something different. That’s the best thing we can do, is to just tell an entertaining story again. We have a new central mystery this season and this season we’re doing something different in we’re not introducing a whole new mythology. We’re basing this mystery in something very personal actually, something that hits at the heart of all our main characters, Scott, Stiles and Lydia, and Derek, especially. This is going to be a big season for Derek. I think people are going to be surprised.
And season four is starting off international, with the gang in Mexico. Sadly, we assume it’s not for Spring Break.
I will tell you who they’re in search of though. It’s a mission to find and save Derek.
We knew the Carvers were leaving the show as their HBO pilot, The Leftovers, was picked up to series. But can you talk about the decision to kill Aiden, and not kill Ethan, but have him leave at the end of the finale?
Well, it was a creative decision, really, in the writers’ room. We felt like it shook things up for the show. We played with the redemption arc of the twins and for me, the twins have always been on the borderline of can they be redeemed or are theses bad guys? And to do one noble act as your dying gesture, to fight for what’s right, it felt like a good end for his character. And we had to keep Ethan around for the scene with Danny, of course. [Laughs.]
We need to talk about that scene, which was amazing. We don’t think we’ve ever seen that on a teen supernatural show, where a peripheral character has secretly been in the know the entire time. “Dude, It’s Beacon Hills” may be our new favorite line.
We had debated it a long time in the writers’ room and everyone knows I’m a huge fan ofThe Lost Boys and it is a nod to the grandfather at the end saying, “The thing I always hated about Santa Clara, all the damn vampires.” And I just think it makes him smart, I think it’s a cool thing to realize he was always in the know and it was just something he never got involved with. This kid was just trying to live his life and not get hacked into pieces like everyone else. [Laughs.]
Obviously, the finale jumped right into the action following Allison’s death. What impact will her death have in the beginning of season four? Will there be a time jump to give the characters some time to mourn?
There’s a two-month time jump and you definitely see the repercussion it has on all the characters. The big issue we talk about in the writers’ room is how much we can really see of that. You write a TV show and you want it to be entertaining, but if you show too much of them mourning a death, the show gets less entertaining. You have to stick with the genre conventions and we set out to do a fun, horror show.
I don’t know if an audience wants to see the characters moping around for six episodes, you know? It gets a little tough. You want to mourn a character, but on TV, there’s only so much time you’re allowed to do that before an audience gets impatient. There are always going to be the people who say, ‘You didn’t give the character their due,’ and there are going to be other ones who say, ‘Can we get over this now and get back to the fun Teen Wolf?’
One of the things we’re trying to do is inject quite a bit of humor into the first few episodes, but the first episode does deal specifically with grief and with moving on. And it’s titled “The Dark Moon,” which in the lunar cycle is often considered the time period where people deal with grief and introspection.
Scott has experience a lot of loss this season, not just Allison, but also two members of his pack. And now Isaac has left the pack, too. Will we see himstruggle a bit?
It’s definitely tough for him at the beginning of the season, but we’re going to see him solidifying a new kind of park. New issues, and a new problem arise that start to take their attention immediately.
By making Stiles a villain, a lot of the focus was paid to the sidekick character and it takes the sidekick and makes him vivid and real. It gave Dylan O’Brien a chance to shine. Tyler Posey was such an absolute star about it. When the star of a show allows the other actors to take a spotlight, that’s a really giving thing. It can leave a lot of stars very nervous about their role, but I think Posey did it brilliantly. We brought him back to the forefront in the last episode, so we’re going to be concentrating again on Scott and his role as an Alpha and his desire to form and maintain this unusual pack. I can tease that his pack will start to grow.
Finally, while season three was expanded to 24 episodes, season four was picked up for 12 episodes. Did you go to MTV and ask to bring the order back down to 12, like it was for seasons 1 and 2?
I said we have to go back down to 12. There are two reasons: One is I need a break, for my own sanity, and another is I believe actors shou;d have a chance to go explore other creative opportunities. To have 12 episodes is why creators and actors go to cable, because it allows you to go off and do movies. Did you see the trailer for The Maze Runner?! It looks awesome. I would love for the actors to go off and be able to do other creative things and then they come back to Teen Wolf and they’re renewed and they can’t wait to jump back in again.
Teen Wolf's fourth season premieres June 23 on MTV.
Check back with us later in the week for more scoop from Davis, including what’s ahead for the show’s romances and the new power trio that will emerge in season four!
"Isaac is not returning next season. That's going to be a big surprise for a lot of people."
Teen Wolf fans, prepare for the loss of another fan favorite. Following the shocking death of the MTV hit's female lead, Allison (Crystal Reed), and Aiden (Max Carver) in Monday's finale, executive producer Jeff Davis exclusively reveals to E! News that Daniel Sharman, who plays fan-favorite werewolf Isaac, will not be returning for the fourth season when it premieres in June.
"Daniel Sharman came to us, much like Crystal did, and said that he wanted to go out for pilot season and for movies and try something new," Davis says.
Fortunately, fans will not have to grieve another heartbreaking death as Sharman requested that Isaac not be killed off.
NEWS: Our recap of Teen Wolf's heartbreaking season three finale
"He specifically asked that we not kill off Isaac, so that he could have the chance to return. He said he loved the role so much that he wanted to be able to come back if there was a chance," Davis reveals. "But he was at a position where he wanted to stretch his creative wings and I said to him, ‘Well, if we can't convince you to come back, we'll definitely leave the door open for you.'"
He continues, "It was totally his decision, but he really loves the show. He sends me the nicest texts in the world. He loves the show and he specifically asked not to be killed off, so that he could come back someday. Whether it's the fourth season or later, I would say there's a good possibility of it."
With the show since season two, Sharman was never a series regular, but appeared in almost every episode of season three.
"I totally respect an actor who says, ‘Time to move on and I want to try other things and try other roles and maybe do movies and theater,'" Davis says. "In a show like this, we were always bringing in new blood, so it was a struggle because part of me wants to say to Daniel, ‘Please stay, we love you.' But I think he has to do what's best for him. I'm just glad that he came to us to talk about it honestly instead of a few weeks before season four started production."
Of course, Sharman's decision to exit the show isn't the first major TV departure to go down this season. Or even this week. Warning, spoilers ahead! In addition to Reed also asking to be written off Teen Wolf, The Originals' star Claire Holt decided to leave the CW drama and The Good Wife's creative team made the controversial decision to kill off Josh Charles' character after he felt it was time to move on from the CBS drama.
"It's an interesting thing when the actor says, ‘Hey, I want to try something new,'" David admits. "You to have to decide whether you're going to say, ‘Can we convince you to stay?' And as a producer, I don't want anyone to work on the show who feels like they want to move on."
As for how Sharman's exit will be addressed in season four, Davis spills that Isaac and Argent (JR Bourne), Allison's father, headed off to France at the end of the season three finale. "The story is going to be that Argent sort of takes a sabbatical in France to deal with the death of his daughter and Isaac goes with him, that's why you see them leaving out the door." (It's also worth mentioning that Davis confirms, "JR is a part of season four.")
And fans may remember that another Teen Wolf character headed off to Europe after Colton Haynes left the show after season two, with Jackson moving to London.
"I think that would be awesome: Isaac and Jackson in London," Davis jokes. "It's Teen Wolf: European!"
Teen Wolf's fourth season premieres June 23 on MTV.
By Sandra Gonzalez on Mar 17, 2014 at 11:01PM @EWSandraG
SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t seen this week’s episode of Teen Wolf, we ask that you avert your eyes. As promised in the promos, the show said goodbye to a major character in this week’s penultimate episode. So do not continue reading if you don’t want to know who it was.
Here are some words we thought we’d never hear ourselves say: Rest in peace, Allison Argent.
After three seasons of adventures, the bow and arrow-wielding badass signed off for good in Monday night’s episode after a terrifying encounter with an Oni left her with a fatal sword wound. On the ground after having saved Isaac and co., she bled out while being held lovingly by Scott, or, as she called him while dying, “my first love.”
If you’re still crying from the scene, you’re not alone. And also in mourning is Crystal Reed herself, who says it was a tough decision to pack up her bow and arrow. ”I can not be more grateful for what the show has given me,” she says. “It’s given me such a platform to be a role model, to be seen, to be heard, and, actually, from the beginning, I’ve grown into a woman from the show — from beginning to end — and I think that was the biggest motivating factor for me to leave. I feel that there’s nothing more that I can give to this character.”
Reed speaks more about choosing to leave what she lauds as a “brilliant” show.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Why?!?! Wait, let me start over. Deciding to leave the show was obviously a tough call to make. Tell me how you decided it was time.
CRYSTAL REED: I love the art. And I felt like, creatively, there were things I wanted to do differently, and I wanted to explore other avenues of film and TV. I wanted to jump into different characters. You know, I’m 29. So I think the age difference was something I wanted to change as well because she’s 17. I love the show so much. So I went to Jeff and talked about it and he said, “We’ll write you a great ending.”
When was this conversation?
We were a couple of episodes into [season 3], and I spoke with my team and expressed that I wanted to do different things and explore different avenues and tell different stories. And they were completely supportive of me and said I should talk to [creator] Jeff [Davis]. It was such a nerve-wrackng day but he’s such a great guy and person. It’s not always that people will always let you leave the show. So I’m really, really grateful for that.
What is it like to say goodbye?
It was really difficult. The last week was really hard because I have spent so much time with these people and with the crew and with the cast. I didn’t expect for it to be as difficult as it was. I remember driving to do a scene, we were supposed to shoot in Long Beach, and I was crying the entire way and I remember calling Jeff and saying, “I don’t think I can do this. I don’t think I can let her go.” And he said, “It’s going to be great” and said the most beautiful things to me. Still, it was really difficult. It’s so hard for me to say goodbye to her. I really love her.
Tell me about filming your last scene.
Well, I haven’t seen it yet, so I don’t know what’s going to happen. Sometimes you film things, and it turns out very differently…usually for the better. So I don’t know what it’s going to look like… But the moment was really hard for me because we as people will never be able to act a death scene properly because we will never go through it and if we do, then we’re dead. [Laughs] So the actual physical act of it was hard; I did a lot of research on how she would be actually dying in this circumstance, so I had to bear that in mind. So, as she was dying and she had her last breath, I was saying my lines and I kept saying, “I love you. I love you. I love you. I love you.” And I remember one of the producers came over and said, “Please don’t say that because she loves Isaac.” [But] I do feel like Allison still loves Scott. And I think in that moment, she said she loves him because that’s still there. So it was hard for me to hold back those feelings because as an actor, I feel like that’s still there. So I don’t know how it’s going to turn out, but it was interesting for me as an actor because I so strongly felt the urge to say it to him even though she wasn’t supposed to. So that was interesting.
Love isn’t just romantic.
Yeah. i agree.
Looking back, what are your favorite memories of playing the character?
There’s this one really great scene that I had with Tyler; it was during season 2 and it was this forgettable, tiny, couple of minutes scene in an ice rink. It’s just a simple scene, but it’s so honest. I remember that day in particular being really connected to Tyler [Posey]. It’s just my quintessential Scott and Allison scene.
Who are you going to miss most from set?
I think the people I’m going to miss the most — because I’m still going to see the cast out everywhere — is the crew. They have such a dear place in my heart and have been on the frontlines with me when Allison has been through death and tragedy and breakups and happy moments. So they’ve just been there with me for every moment of that. I’m really going to miss them.
So, fans are going to be devastated. What would you like to say to them?
I just have to say that Allison– it’s so hard for me to let go of her. And I went into, like, a week of mourning because a part of me left with a part of her. She’ll always be there with me. I’m so proud of her. I don’t think I would have been so upset that she died if she wasn’t so special to me. But she really was. It’s so sad. I don’t know what to say. I definitely feel it too. I feel it.
What’s next for you?
I don’t know. I am experiencing my first pilot season, which is nervewracking and crazy. And I am just being really particular about the things I want to do next because I want to make sure that it speaks to me and I feel creative and I can tell a great story. And that’s it. I have no plan. I might go to stage. I might to film. I might do theater. It’s really up in the air.
Es gibt eine neue Rundmail und ich möchte mal auf etwas aufmerksam machen!
Das schreiben bzw. nicht schreiben von einigen Charakteren ist ist in letzter Zeit ziemlich angestiegen ohne den wirklich Grund zu wissen warum und weshalb. Es gibt auch leider auch hin und wieder Leute, die gern spionieren, was wir nicht verhindern können.
WIr möchten euch aber darauf gern ruhig und sachlich darauf hinweisen, dass, wenn ihr euch beim RPG anmeldet auch etwas schreiben solltet. Ihr sollt nicht 24 Stunden lang online sein und nur schreiben, aber zwischendurch mal ein Post wäre nett und auch hilfreich weiter zu kommen. Nicht wegen uns, sondern, dass ihr auch eine eigene Geschichte aufbauen und erzählen könnt.
- Damit ist aber nicht gemeint, ab und an in der Userecke was zu posten und wieder zu verschwinden. DAS reicht NICHTaus.
Wenn ihr mal nicht könnt oder generell nicht oft da sein könnt, nimmt euch das niemand übel, den RL geht vor das ist ganz klar, aber wir haben im Forum ein Thread für die Abwesenheit, wo man schreiben könnte und auch sollte, wenn man mal nicht da ist oder eben in einem bestimmten Zeitraum wenig Zeit hat, durch Schule etc.
Zudem haben wir eine Probewoche eingerichtet, damit jederfür sich gucken kann, ob es ihm überhaupt Spaß macht oder sich einbringen kann. Jeder kann und könnte sich einbringen. Man kann es vorher mit dem Playpartner absprechen oder spontan gestalten, die Leute sollten dann nur wissen, das jemand dazu kommt.
Die Leute die bereits angemeldet sind und die das posten betreffen sind hier aufgelistet und anschließend geht es mit der Erklärung weiter:
- Marin Morell
- Lydia Martin
- Luna Stronghold
- Lia Petrov
- Gwen Miller
- Grace Evans
- Felicia Rhodes
- Derek Hale
- Cora Hale
- Annie Parker
- Allison Argent
- Noel Gold
Nun zur Erklärung:
Wir würden gerne wissen, wie es mit euch weiter gehen soll. Löschen? Namens bzw. Charakteränderung.
Die Löschung sollte allen klar sein, aber die Charakteränderung betrifft Erica und Derek zum Beispiel, wo wir uns wünschen würden, wenn noch interesse besteht, sich bei uns zu melden, damit man gemeinsam eine andere Möglichkeit findet um weiter zu machen!
Alle anderen würden wir bitten, dass ihr euch genau überlegt wie ihr handeln wollt. Weitermachen ja aber Momentan mit Pause/weitermachen oder aufhören bzw. Charakter wechseln, damit wir gucken können wer dann in Zukunft nicht mehr teil nimmt und wer vielleicht doch.
Das Play soll Spaß machen und jedervon euch hat die Möglichkeit Vorschläge zu machen, falls was geändert werden SOLL Uns bringt es nichts, wenn ihr schweigt und für euch meckert. Hellsehen können wir nicht, da müsst ihr uns schon etwas entgegen kommen und uns das sagen, wenn ihr mit irgendwas nicht einverstanden seid oder gern was anderen haben möchtet, sei es Verhalten, Foren Themen, Posts etc. dann braucht ihr keine Angst haben. Und könnt das mit uns besprechen. Solche Sachen sollten aber wenn es geht nicht direkt im Forum angesprochen werden, wenn die unangenehme Möglichkeit bestehen könnte, dass daraus eine böse Diskussion entstehen könnte.
Wir würden euch bitten, euch das in Ruhe durchzulesen und mal etwas zu verinnerlichen. Wir möchten ein Play mit Freude und kein gegenseitiges fertigmachen starten. Man kommt eigentlich miteinander aus und man kann sich verstehen, wenn wir alle den gleichen Weg gehen, sollte man es auch wieder hinbekommen, dass man vielleicht auch wieder Spaß im Spiel und sich vielleicht auch so wieder besser versteht. (Betrifft nur einige!)
Mit besten Grüßen
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E! Online shared some season-finale scoop. Executive Producer Jeff Davis sits down to talk about it;
Thomas: Anything on Teen Wolf’s finale? This season has been pretty epic so far!
Only the show’s best (and most gorgeous) scene yet. “There’s a fight scene that occurs in the snow. We were all really worried about how it would play, and it looks amazing, and we’re really happy about it,” Jeff Davis previews of the season finale sequence, which you can get a taste of here. “It involves a lot of our leads, so it’s pretty epic. There’s an epic fight scene in the snow that’s a lot of swords clashing.” Bonus scoop: a fan favorite might just be missing by season’s end.
TeenWolf season 4 confirmed cast:
We know ONE MAIN character dies at the end of season 3. There are only two main people not being confirmed for season 4 yet. So who do you guys think is gonna die? Allison or Isaac?
Posted 02/25/2014 10:00:06 am by Matthew Scott Donnelly in Teen Wolf, Top TV Shows.
Man, if you thought your Monday was bad…
On last night’s “Teen Wolf” episode, Stiles‘ luck went from bad to worse. Though an injection administered by Dr. Deaton had temporarily expelled the Nogitsune from his being, Stiles played it safe by checking into a psychiatric institute to avoid harming more people. Unfortunately, the Nogitsune ultimately reared its ugly head again, and Scott learned the only way to save Stiles may be to give him “the bite.” Still, there’s a chance Malia — the werecoyote-turned-human — could possess the key to an alternate exorcism technique.
After Dr. Deaton explained to the gang that a Shugendo scroll left behind by the Yakuza group may contain valuable info about Nogitsune expulsion, Scott and his pals went on a mad dash for the artifact. Upon locating it, they learned what action was needed: “changing the body of the host.” All the while, Malia helped Stiles scour the psych facility’s basement — the site of Stiles’ fever dreams — for clues to an alternate method of healing. Behind a “5″ that had been inscribed on the wall by the Oni was an empty suit in which Malia found a photo that seemed to hold more answers, and she vowed to help Stiles by bringing it to Scott. In reciprocation, Stiles promised to help her return to her werecoyote state, which she desperately missed.
By the time Malia escaped the facility, Deaton’s remedy had worn off on Stiles, and the Nogitsune was back. So now that things are more urgent than ever, should Scott move to bite Stiles immediately, or wait a beat and hope there’s another way?
"You're not just an uncle."
Oh. Dang. While Monday's Teen Wolf was batsh*t crazy in multiple ways, perhaps one of the most baffling moments was when Peter Hale (Ian Bohen) discovered—through our favorite banshee's expert ghost-whisper-hearing skills—that he's a dad! While there's no shortage of beautiful genes in that family, there's also no shortage of evil, so we're a little bit worried about that little wolf and what it might be capable of. Although, if Lydia (Holland Roden) and Allison (Crystal Reed) have got it right, that little wolf is neither little nor a wolf—it's a teenage coyote, and we've already met her: Malia (Shelley Hennig)!
We got to talk to Ian Bohen all about Peter's big discovery and found that he himself was pretty shocked by the left-field plot development. "It came completely out of nowhere," he told E! News, but it made a little more sense when he explained why Peter had no idea. "Talia took that memory from him because she didn't want him to corrupt the child." Good call, Talia.
VIDEO: Stiles is causing chaos and pain!
So will Peter's new papa wolf status fill him with love and change his outlook on life? We're thinking no. "He's going to use the revelation to ultimately get what he wants. It's going to be a tool for him," said Bohen.
So just how evil is Peter this season?
"I think Peter's kind of plateauing right now. He's biding his time, he's earning trust, he's not doing anything too bad, and he's getting to the point where everybody forgets how awful he was. They always wanted to kill him, but now he's sort of trustworthy, and they're like, ‘OK, you're fine, you can join us.' It's just a build up for what he wants."
If Bohen had his way, Peter wouldn't be quite so evil, but as the Teen Wolf writers keep reminding him, that's just not how it is. "They're like, ‘He's just bad. Accept it.' Thank God he's funny," Bohen joked. "I don't think he's a horrible person. He just wants what he wants really badly, and he doesn't care who he hurts to get it. He always wants [to be the alpha], even though he's just lost sight of it."
It certainly sounds like we can expect Peter's reunion with the long-lost Hale to be fairly intense, as most things on Teen Wolf are these days. "It's going to be a big deal when he finally gets together with the child," he said, and teased that this revelation is "setting things up for season four," which begins production today.
With this new fatherly relationship in the mix, it sounds like it's safe to say that we're going to be seeing a lot more of Peter in season four. "I expect he's going to be in the world more. He's not going to be just in the loft, pontificating and walking down the stairs. He's going to be doing stuff, I hope."
We hope so, too.
Wow! Tonight’s (February 10) episode of Teen Wolf was a complete game-changer and we never saw it coming!
Our favorite Beacon Hills residents spent much of the episode searching for our beloved Stiles (Dylan O’Brien), who was seemingly captured by a mysterious creature.
But as it turns out, he’s suffering from the same illness his mom did before she died, which left him vulnerable for the Nogitsune to take over his body! That’s right – it looks like everyone’s favorite sidekick has officially turned to the dark side.
We caught up with stars Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, and Tyler Hoechlin during their trip to New York City to get the scoop on what went down in tonight’s episode and what we can expect next.
Major spoiler alert! (Read at your own risk.)
Click inside to read our interview with the trio…
JustJaredJr.com Interview – Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Tyler Hoechlin
JJJ: So first things first. That scene with Scott and Stiles’ killed us. They share a nice moment (and bro hug) at the hospital.
Tyler Posey: Ah, yes. This is such a good episode!
Tyler Hoechlin: It’s like Joey and Chandler.
TP: It’s like Dylan and Tyler.
JJJ: Hah! So now that Stiles is dark, how do the characters even go about handling this situation, where your enemy is also one of your best friends?
TH: It’s an intense conflict. That’s something we all have to deal with for the rest of the season is the idea of, “What are we attacking and what are we saving?” Are we saving a friend or a monster?
Holland Roden: And do you give up one or the other? It’s the Jekyll and Hyde. Do you kill the friend to kill the monster?
TH: Do you kill someone you care about to save many, or do you try to save everyone and possibly fail miserably? That’s going to be the conflict for a lot of people.
TP: It’s the root to everyone’s arc this season – what the hell do we do about Stiles? That’s what this season should be called – “What the hell, Stiles?”
JJJ: As for Lydia, she has a lot of abilities the others don’t have. Not to mention, she’s close with Stiles too. Will she be instrumental in helping him?
HR: I think she’s really on board to be the Carmen SanDiego of the bunch. She really does want to solve crime and kick ass. Her partner in crime is sort of MIA right now, that being Stiles. She’s not sure whether to trust him or not. I think after this episode, it’s safe to say…it’s off camera that I technically find out. We all start to find out as an audience that he’s up to no good.
JJ: Meanwhile, Derek is teaching Scott the tricks of the trade of being a leader. Will we see any power struggles between these two, or has Derek accepted Scott’s role as the Alpha?
TH: I personally don’t see a power struggle in the Scott/Derek relationship anymore. I think they’ve both very much accepted who each other is, as a person or a werewolf in the pack. They both have a mutual respect for each other at this point. Derek has had a really important realization in that he’s not an Alpha. That’s not his role. I think he’s recognized that his role is exactly what it was in the beginning with Scott, which was the student/teacher kind of thing. I can pass on knowledge that I have. It’s like “those who can’t do, teach.” Because Derek can’t be an Alpha. It’s not his purpose and that’s not what he’s meant to be. Scott is a True Alpha and that’s his purpose in life as leader of the pack. So I can help make him stronger through the wisdom and knowledge that Derek has, but I don’t think there’s going to be a power struggle or anything. That’s the role Derek has accepted.
JJJ: Aiden and Ethan have been trying to get in everyone’s good graces. Have they succeeded? Will there become a time where everyone can forgive what they did to Boyd and trust the twins 100 percent? And will different characters have different opinions on this subject?
HR: That’s their main arc this season, is can they be trusted? I think you’ll get that answer. There’s a different outcome I think [for each twin]. It sort of defines the twins individually as people on the show. Aiden vs. Ethan. They definitely have different destinies.
TH: But I think people will begin to see them in the same way, for the most part. Everyone comes to a common view on them and what they’re true character is. It will be interesting, but it will definitely be answered.
TP: And in there case, there’s been so much f-cked up sh-t that’s happened in Beacon Hills. Like, Derek used to mess with Scott all the time. But now he trusts him and he forgave him. I think it’s kind of that scenario. They did a horrible thing, horrible, but that’s kind of the way this world works that we’re living in. I think in Scott’s case at least, it will work itself out in that way.
JJJ: We are loving Scott and Kira’s relationship. And Allison is busy with Issac. After their momentary glance at the rave a few episodes ago, is it safe to say Scott and Allison are over each other?
TP: That was Scott asking in a way and Allison confirming that this is okay, we can friends and have our own relationships. At this point, Scott’s mind is way preoccupied to really give a sh-t about this. I think at this point, he’s definitely over Allison and knows that it’s just a friendship. He has Kira. And he’s seeing things work out in a different way than just being together. So I think everyone is on board for Allison and Isaac.
HR: I like how in a lot of teen dramas, if that were to happen, it would be a really intense thing, but they sort of make a joke out of it. It’s sort of a fun angle that they play. It’s like comedic relief.
TP: Yeah, we make it as light-hearted as possible because he has a lot of other stuff going on, so it’s not a big issue for anybody.
JJJ: We have to ask, because fans are still very invested in Stiles and Derek’s “friendship,” but it looks like they may be on a break now that Stiles is…well, you know.
TH: I think the Stiles and Derek relationship, in the same way that Derek has come to trust Scott a little more, I think Derek has come to giving Stiles a little bit more credit for what he’s been able to contribute, all of the things that they’ve gone through, and how instrumental he’s been. You’ll probably see a lot more concern from Derek than you would have in the first two or three seasons where he would have been like, “Just kill him…because I don’t like him anyway…and it’s an easy reason to get him out of here.” I think you’ll actually see a little bit more concern and care from Derek.
JJJ: Nice! And finally, at this point in the season, if you could give your characters a little piece of advice, what would it be?
TP: Be careful who you trust, Scott. Because your homies ain’t your homies no more.
HR: Stop dating bad boys.
TH: Help more. Be more helpful (laughs). Win a fight.
HR: Stop glaring!
TH: He stopped the glaring. I feel like it’s toned down a bit.
JJJ: Yeah, we think Derek’s warmed up a tad…compared to last season at least.
TH: I think that’s one of my favorite things about Derek this season is that I feel like he’s actually made a lot of progress. He’s dealt with a lot of things and I think seeing his open-mindedness to new things this year.
Plus, Malia’s real-life form is revealed — and it’s very familiar!
The Jan. 13 episode of Teen Wolf was all about the infamous “she-wolf” of Beacon Hills, revealing two important things: One, female werewolves are blessed with impeccable eyebrows, and two, I’ll never get that Shakira song out of my head. Ever.
It took quite a bit of detective work by Scott (Tyler Posey) and Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) to figure this out, and strangely enough, they actually had help from the Beacon Hills Police Department! Honestly, I never thought I’d see the day where Sheriff Stilinski (Linden Ashby) actually closed a case. Kudos!
Of course, tracking down Malia — played by The Secret Circle‘s Shelley Hennig, just to sweeten the deal — was merely one major triumph this week. Scott was only able to get her to turn back into a human by going full-Alpha; Allison (Crystal Reed) stopped being all shaky; and Stiles rid himself of his supernatural dyslexia. In other words, they’re all better now!
And the gang’s recovery couldn’t come at a better time. In the final moments of the episode someone unleashed something within the Nemeton, causing a bunch of fireflies to come out and, I think, transform into… something. Basically, the pack’s problems have only just begun.
Honestly, I’m just excited to have Shelley Hennig back on my TV. The Secret Circle was a damn treasure.
Wonder Twins Re-activate!
Desperate to regain control over his transformations earlier in the episode, Scott turned to an unlikely — but definitely not unwelcome — pair of allies: Ethan and Aidan (Charlie and Max Carver)! Scott claimed no one had heard from the twins in weeks, but it turns out that wasn’t the case. One text from Lydia (Holland Roden) set up a meeting with the former Alpha twins, which means she and Aidan are still totally doing it, much to Stiles’ disappointment.
Anyway, the twins spent most of their meeting beating the crap out of Scott — thanks for the two-on-one action, Jeff Davis – to the point where I honestly wasn’t sure what they were hoping to accomplish.
Stydia’s Big Kiss Dissapointment
Fans of Stiles and Lydia’s inevitable romance were also thrown a bone this week when Lydia found herself on the brink of death — or, at least, on the brink of losing a foot. Malia’s dad set up traps all over the forest, and Lydia was unfortunate enough to step right into one. She gave Stiles a pep talk about how he’s always “the one” that fixes problems, so have saved her, and then they kissed. … OK, fine, they didn’t kiss. But they should have!
Isaac (Daniel Sharman), on the other hand, wasn’t so lucky; he snared his leg in a trap, and it wasn’t until Scott roared his pack together that he managed to break free. And speaking of Isaac, I have two thoughts: First, I can’t believe Stiles had the nerve to call him out for wearing a scarf in 65-degree weather. And secondly, how much did you love his romantic scene with Allison? I mean, yes, they were talking about a little girl’s pee, but it was still totally romantic.
Lastly, and most importantly, can we all have a moment of silence for Peter’s (Ian Bohen) finger? God rest its tiny little soul.
Quelle: Mon, January 13, 2014 11:51pm EST by Andy Swift
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