Anna wrote:Isobelle wrote:Jasper<3 wrote:I have a question. Couldn't Benjamin just of burnt everybody in the Volturi to a crisp if he needed to?
Yeah! Or why didn't he do anything about Irina and her getting set on fire. Whats up with that?
Oh my freaking god, I never saw that! Thank you, for opening my eyes a bit xD
I think though, that Benjamin can't make elements just appear. He can't just burn someone. He can raise geysers from water, because there already is some, he can shake the Earth because of techtonic plates, but for fire you need a spark. Maybe if there was a torch near by...but then again I think they'd be able to escape before Benjamin did anything.
As to why he didn't save Irina...well first of all she was blocked from view. Second, the fire that Cauis used was sort of like a lighter right? I don't think Benjamin's power can stop something man-made...and third even if he got the flames to "retreat" it wouldn't be fast enough to save Irina.
Bah, this is confusing xD
LadyDi wrote:What impressed me most about Benjamin (even more than his incredible powers) was how self-assured he was. I loved watching the interaction between Benjamin and Amun. Unlike Edward and Carlisle, I get the feeling that there isn't the same degree of mutual respect or love. Amun deliberately created Benjamin, so does that mean that Amun hunted him, or ended his life before his time? Benjamin doesn't seem resentful towards Amun, but he doesn't have that "father-admiration" like attitude towards Amun either. After all, he was willing to leave Amun's coven to help out the Cullens. Benjamin knows he's a "hot commodity" but he doesn't let it get to his head. I wonder if Tia is the reason why Benjamin stays with the Egyptian coven - looks like he could do just fine if he was on his own.
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