The Vampire Diaries Cure: Our Biggest Questions About the Mysterious Spell
A cure for vampirism on a show where over the half the main characters are bloodsuckers? That’s going to take some explaining. Now that The Vampire Diaries has teased a solution to what not everyone thinks is a problem, we have tons of questions.
Is it real? Seriously. Maybe we’re just scarred by the sun and moon curse, but this ancient rumor about a cure could all be hooey.
Is it permanent? Could Elena (Nina Dobrev) take the cure, become human, decide she preferred sucking down blood bags and change back or is this a no takesies backsies type of situation?
Who wants to take it? What would Stefan do? Is Caroline (Candice Accola) interested? The only vamp we know who 100% wants to be free of their immortality is Rebekah. We’re dying to know who else is looking forward to an early grave.
How does the Originals spin-off factor in? Klaus becoming just a werewolf might be a perfect solution to the unkillable Original problem — if he wasn’t headed for his own spin-off. On the other hand, it’s not yet clear if Bex is joining her brother in New Orleans... Maybe she’ll get her wish?
Does it come at a price? Nothing is ever easy in Mystic Falls, so the cure is likely to come with a hefty price tag. Maybe Bonnie (Kat Graham) has to tap into something dark to perform it — or perhaps someone has to give his life?
Is there a limited supply? Can everyone participate, or is the spell that turns a vampire to a human so taxing that only one bloodsucker gets it?
Is it lethal? Caroline and Elena have only been undead a short time, but Damon, Stefan, Bex, and Klaus are pretty ancient. If their bodies become human, will they just turn to dust?