Wolf in the House by JoeLawson
In Season 5A, Kira, after a summer with her parents in New York, starts senior year with her friends, including she and Scott consummating their relationship. Since Isaac is staying with Scott, it falls to Stiles and the Sheriff to take in Derek — collar, chew toys, litter box and all. He starts a relationship with Allison Argent, a new student whom he later discovers to be part of a werewolf-hunter family. Malia initially tries to tell Scott how she feels about him in "Face-to-Faceless", but to her frustration, she is unable to spark up the courage. Certain things don't add up, like how he knew about the body or how he got to the woods. Angelina and her boyfriend are going out on a fun date, dress her up so she looks great!
In the Season 1 finale, Kate entices Allison into joining her in hunting the Betas. While trapped in Lenore's house, Malia and Scott encounter the ghost of Lenore's son Caleb who starts to drown them. He was helping a girl who was caught in a car accident. Scott eventually tells Kira he loves her, but is then unnerved by her increasingly bloodthirsty behavior due to her Kitsune Evolution, admitting to Theo he's losing trust in her. He is then advised that to counterbalance the burden he now has on his shoulders, he should save someone's life instead of taking one and that he'll start to feel better by forgiving himself. I just want to try my luck, and if she is there, then that will be a big bonus. In "Relics", Malia hears dying screams while running through the woods.
Stiles is shown to be very emotional and insecure over her death because he was with her when she died. Stiles was 10 years old at the time, and he suffered panic attacks afterward. Stiles blamed himself for her death and secretly fears that his father blames him. Stiles, throughout Seasons 1 and 2, has an intense, unrequited love for Lydia Martin, having harbored a crush on her since the 3rd grade.
He likes her for not only her beauty, but also her hidden genius, which only Stiles could see at time. He has a simultaneously allied and adversarial relationship with Derek Hale, but the two do not have much screen time together as they are separate parts of Scott's supernatural journey. Stiles and Derek help each other out and save each other's lives multiple times, and by Season 3, they are reluctant allies. In Season 3, after Jackson left and Lydia was informed about the supernatural, she and Stiles form a close friendship.
Stiles is shown to be working alongside Lydia to figure out who is the culprit behind the Human Sacrifices in Beacon Hills and they have a closer dynamic that suggests Stiles' love for her has changed from a simple boyhood crush into something deeper.
As Stiles suffers from a panic attack , Lydia kisses him in order to make him hold his breath. Although Stiles still had a crush on Lydia, this seems to ignite his deep feelings for her yet again, which may now obviously be somewhat mutual. Stiles also wishes to keep his father out of the supernatural world out of fear he could get him killed, not wanting to lose both his parents.
When the Dark Druid , or Darach, kidnaps his father for the Guardian sacrifice, Stiles eventually sacrifices himself temporarily along with Scott and Allison to save their parents, with Lydia as his Tether due to their extremely deep and strong connection. He is finally reunited with his father at the end of the mid-season finale "Lunar Ellipse", with the new burden of having a "darkness" forever shrouding his heart.
With his father finally brought into the supernatural business, the two are now closer. After the Druid sacrifice, in "Anchors", Stiles suffers from hallucinations, sleep paralysis and partial dyslexia, as well as the fact that the sacrifice left a door to his mind open.
Later, after using his natural intelligence to rescue Lydia from a steel jaw trap and helping to reunite the werecoyote Malia Tate with her father, Stiles' symptoms are cured. In "Illuminated" it's revealed Stiles was who left the message telling serial killer William Barrow to kill Kira Yukimura though he doesn't know why or even remembers it. Stiles is later revealed to be possessed by a Nogitsune, a Dark kitsune that was able to take control of him due to the after effect of the sacrifice leaving him vulnerable and giving the nemeton power released the dark spirit.
In "Riddled", Stiles comes face to face with the Trickster in his visions asking the riddle, "Everyone has it, but no one can lose it", which Stiles, eventually replies: He comes to the dreaded realization he's possessed when the Void Kitsune assumes his very face. Posing as Stiles, the Nogitsune causes a slew of attacks that leave multiple innocents injured and dead.
The Nogitsune's hold over him is temporarily broken when Deaton poisons Stiles with a shot of letharia vulpina. In "Echo House", Stiles, to prevent the Nogitsune from harming anyone else, has himself institutionalized at Eichen House.
He's shown around by his roommate Oliver. He sees that Malia is also interned there. With her help, Stiles searches for the connection between the Nogitsune and Eichen House. Stiles explains his situation to Malia, and they kiss and sleep together, which is seen as Malia merely exploring herself being human for the first time, but later forms into a relationship. Oliver, who is being controlled by the Nogitsune, attacks them both.
Stiles gives up his fight with the dark kitsune, letting him back in so that he will spare Malia. In "De-Void", Scott enters Stiles's mind and using an Alpha's roar, Stiles is finally separated from the Nogitsune, but the Void kitsune has now taken on his shape.
Stiles is shown to be in constant internal pain and freezing, while the Nogitsune grows stronger. After Allison's death, Stiles, while growing consistently weaker in "The Divine Move", he goes along with Scott, Lydia and Kira to the school to make a final stand against the Nogitsune.
The Kitsune traps them in an alternate dimension at the school and are surrounded by the Oni. Stiles realizes that the winter reality is only an illusion.
He has the foursome endure the Oni's attacks until they escape the illusion the Nogitsune has trapped them in, pulling off a divine move that turns "the game" around. Scott then Bites the Nogitsune, defeating the Dark Kitsune, winning the game, allowing Stiles to become whole, fully recovering.
In Season 4, Stiles is shown to hold himself in deep horror over the Nogitsune's possession of him, remembering everything he did while "feeling powerful". He is in a relationship with Malia, helping her adjust to a regular human life. Upon learning of the Dead Pool, Stiles sets up a clue board in his room to solve the mystery of who is behind the money.
Stiles is reluctant to tell Malia about her true relation to Peter Hale because of the sociopathic werewolf's past actions. However she soon discovers the truth herself, straining their relationship. In "Perishable", Stiles and Lydia following clues leading to Eichen House, are almost murdered by Brunski and discover Meredith has been the Benefactor all along.
After Malia finds out what happened and that Stiles and Lydia were almost killed, she decides to forgive him. In 'Monstrous', Stiles and Malia locate and shut down the computer servers that house the Dead Pool, terminating all the Benefactor's contracts. At the end of Season 4, Stiles starts a new investigation to find Malia's biological mother, the Desert Wolf. In Season 5, Stiles is anxious of senior year, hoping his friends will remain together after graduation whilst attending college in the bay area.
He is suspicious of the newcomer Theo Raeken, who says he's come to join Scott's Pack, convinced Theo's not the "grade-school friend" Scott and Stiles remember. When Scott asks Stiles why he can't just extend people the benefit of the doubt, he retorts that Scott is too trusting. In the ensuing struggle, he kills Donovan in self-defense and by accident.
Feeling distraught, guilt-ridden and horrified, his world falling apart, Stiles tells no one and His relationship with Malia becomes rocky as a result. Theo reveals to Stiles he knows about Donovan, blackmailing him to keep quiet over Theo's killing another Chimera, allegedly to save both their lives. Stiles keeps an eye on Theo, but eventually admits to him his killing Donovan to save himself at the moment felt good, but fears he'd lose Scott because killing is against Scott's moral code.
In "Lies of Omission", Stiles is confronted by Scott over Donovan, the both of them under false impressions due to Theo's machinations. Scott declares they shouldn't have to kill the people they're trying to save. Stiles furiously fires back that not everyone can be True Alphas, that some people have to make mistakes, that some people "are human". Nonetheless, Scott kicks Stiles out of the Pack. In "Status Asthmaticus", a devastated Stiles' learns Malia knew about Donovan, but it didn't matter to her.
Stiles replies it matters to him, knowing that his romance with Malia is over. Stiles is later accosted by Theo and he learns of the Chimera's plan to take Scott's Pack for himself, and that Scott is in danger, but Theo forces him to choose between saving Scott or his father.
Stiles in incensed, but in the end rushes to save his father. In Season 5B, Stiles is overcome with worry for his dad at the hospital, flashing back to his mom's funeral. He violently berates Scott for trusting Theo and believing his lies, their bond severely damaged. In the end, they manage to save Stilinski's life. Stiles and Stilinski talk about Donovan's death: Stiles confesses to his dad that he couldn't say anything to him or anyone, and it felt like he wanted Donovan dead.
His Dad comforts and assures him that his actions were out of self-defense. He is then advised that to counterbalance the burden he now has on his shoulders, he should save someone's life instead of taking one and that he'll start to feel better by forgiving himself. Stiles takes his father's advice to forgive and make things up with Scott, accompanying him to reunite their estranged Pack.
He tells Scott the whole story about Donovan's death in "Co-Dominance" with Scott assuring him he knows the difference between murder and self-defence.
They ultimately patch everything up with Scott taking responsibility for trusting Theo despite his friend's suspicions and saying that due to the life they lead, he knew that at some point, someone was going to get a little too much blood on their hands and it should have been Scott himself.
In "Amplification", Stiles steadfastly hatches a plan to break an institutionalized Lydia out of Eichen House and rescue her from Valack's deadly experiments. To his total relief and delight, in the end, they succeed in safely stabilizing her. Though he gets caught up in the skirmish between Malia and the assassin, injured, he swiftly passes the garuda talons to Malia, allowing her to defeat her mother.
Stiles talks with his father telling him that everything he did, saving Malia's life amongst others left him feeling fulfilled at being able to help and save people, fully forgiving himself for killing Donovan, inspired to take up a career in law enforcement. In the season 6 premiere, after a boy and his parents disappear, Stiles and Scott search their house and realize they have been erased from existence.
When Stiles goes to the boy's room, he sees the Ghost Rider who then attacks him but later disappears. Afterwards when he returns to the school, everyone soon begins to forget about him including his friends, Scott, and his father. Lydia becomes the only person who remembers Stiles due to the pair's emotional tether. After realizing he can't escape from the Ghost Riders, Stiles tells Lydia to find a way to remember him and that he loves her and always has. The next day, Lydia forgets all about him and Stiles is now erased from existence but has a slight inkling that something is off in her daily life.
In "Superposition", Stiles' voice is heard in Lydia's mind when her subconscious relives the memory of Stiles being taken by the Ghost Riders. In "Radio Silence", Stiles is revealed to have been taken to a train station. He encounters Peter Hale, who was also taken by the Ghost Riders. Stiles makes several attempts to escape, with no success.
He manages to make contact with Scott and Lydia through an old ham radio. He tells them to find Canaan. In "Memory Found", Stiles appears in multiple flashbacks as Scott and Malia use the cooling chamber to remember him and Lydia undergoes hypnosis to remember him. It is then that a rift is created, from which someone appears. In "Riders on the Storm", Stiles returns to the real world just as Garrett Douglas begins merging the phantom train station with the real world.
Stiles reunites with his friends, declares his love for Lydia and talks about heading off to George Washington University at Washington DC. In the series finale, Stiles and Derek reunite with Scott and his pack to stop the hunters and the Anuk-Ite. Derek Hale is a werewolf by birth. Derek lived in Beacon Hills with his family, a Pack of both werewolves and humans, and his mother Talia Hale being Alpha. When he was 15, Derek fell in love with a girl named Paige.
Wanting to be with her forever, Derek, with some manipulative persuasion from his uncle Peter, came up with the idea of turning her into a werewolf. Peter asked Ennis, an Alpha werewolf, to give her the Bite. However, Derek, hearing Paige's screams, changed his mind but saw he was too late to save her and that Paige was actually rejecting the Bite. Knowing that Paige would die instead, Derek broke her spine to end her suffering. The killing of an innocent caused his werewolf eyes to change from yellow to blue, darkening his soul.
Later on, Derek entered a sexual affair with Kate Argent, unaware she was a hunter and was only using him to get information on the Hales. Kate burned the Hale House down, killing most of Derek's family and rendering Peter comatose. Due to his tragic experiences, Derek became angry, sullen, misanthropic, cynical, defensive and mistrustful. He attempts to train Scott to help him control his new werewolf nature. He is antagonistic towards the Argents, especially Argent, and Kate, the murderer of his family, and immediately disapproves of Scott's relationship with Allison.
He does not get along with Stiles, and tends to bully him, as well as Scott, into participating in his plans. In "Wolf's Bane", Derek discovers the Alpha is his uncle Peter who had murdered Laura to rise to Alpha status and his nurse was helping him sending the message to Allison. In Season 2, Derek exhibits pride and a hunger for power, gaining a new bestial Alpha form in the process.
He attempts to recruit Scott into his Pack, but Scott no longer trusts him. He goes on to Bite three students, Isaac, Erica and Boyd, all with dark backgrounds, easily recruiting them to his Pack in exchange for power and confidence. He is threatened by the Kanima and sets out to kill it.
As the dangers escalate, Erica and Boyd leave, frightened of the Argents' werewolf genocide. With this loss of power, Derek grows to respect Scott more over time, treating him as more of an equal, especially after Scott puts an end to Gerard's threat and after saving each other's lives multiple times, Derek somewhat humors Stiles and comes to trust his judgment.
In the finale "Master Plan", it is revealed the reason Derek was in a hurry to build his Pack and power because an Alpha pack would be on the prowl for a development such as his rising to Alpha status. Derek is saddened when Erica is found dead, but is emotionally shaken when he discovers his younger sister Cora, who had survived the fire, is found also. He becomes attracted to Jennifer, starting a relationship with her. After discovering that Cora is alive, Derek displays a more caring, humane side of himself around her, becomes protective of her and actually cares about what she thinks of him.
With Cora joining and Boyd rejoining his Pack, Derek's regains his original Alpha power and strength. In "Currents", Derek is shattered when the Alphas have him kill Boyd by accident to absorb his powers, which also causes him to see Erica's death via the former's memories.
Jennifer is later revealed to be the Darach who was making Human sacrifices across Beacon Hills, and had poisoned Cora with mistletoe for leverage against him to his anger. Not caring about power anymore, Derek gives up his Alpha status to save Cora from death, helps Scott put a stop to Jennifer saving the kidnapped parents, but they decide to spare Deucalion. Derek leaves town with Cora for South America, a changed, more content and relaxed man. In Season 3B, Derek, now an Omega werewolf once again, is on a mission with Peter in Mexico to retrieve his mother Talia's claws which are in the possession of the Calavera family and had Cora go into hiding.
They retrieve the claws with the mercenary Braeden's help. After returning to Beacon Hills, Derek uses the claws in a ritual to communicate with Talia his late mother. Derek meets with Scott, telling him Talia revealed to him the Hales didn't only live in Beacon Hills, they protected the town and it needs someone like Scott to continue protecting it. Derek comes to solve his differences with Argent after he saves Argent's life from a bomb set off by the Nogitsune, and Argent tells Derek they aren't enemies anymore right after the Nogitsune had controlled him to kill the former.
In the Season 3 finale, Derek and the twins face off against the Oni after bringing the triskele urn which held Talia's claws because it could be used to seal the Dark Kitsune away. Derek is last seen being cornered in his loft by the Calaveras. Suddenly the hunters are attacked, and Derek comes face to face with a revealed-to-be-alive Kate Argent. Scott's Pack and Braeden rescue him, but Kate, using the magic of Tezcatlipoca , had Derek regressed in age and mind to 15 or 16 years old, the time of his life when he was sleeping with Kate, when he trusted her.
In the episode "", Kate used him to have him reveal to her the location of the Hale vault so she could steal the Triskelion. Later on, Derek fights Kate's Berserkers, shifting to his werewolf form, and this causes him to return to his normal age, but his werewolf eye color has returned to gold. He later realizes this means he's gradually losing his werewolf power. Derek hires Braeden to find Kate for him over her contract with the Calaveras.
Braeden accepts the job while simultaneously starting up a flirtation with him. Tracking them, he finds Braeden injured, and takes her to the hospital. Derek and Braeden's playful interest in each other deepens and they start a relationship. She gives him lessons on how to use firearms, as well as hand-to-hand combat necessary for a human against supernatural foes. He excels at her lessons, overpowering the assassins at the high school and learning how to use his new handgun while protecting Satomi's Pack.
With Lydia arriving at his loft letting out a Banshee Scream, Derek contemplates the fact he may not come back alive on the mission to rescue Scott, sharing a kiss with Braeden. Derek is wounded by a Berserker and later dies. Later however, he revives with all of his powers restored and at their peak, destroying the Berserker, as well as gaining the talent to fully shapeshift into a wolf, like his mother Talia and sister Laura before him.
Derek learns he was actually Evolving all throughout Season 4. Derek, now a fully Evolved werewolf, and Braeden leave Beacon Hills together. Derek returns to Beacon Hills in the last two episodes of season 6 to help fight the hunters. In the final flashforward, two years later, he's shown to be part of Scott's pack. In Season 1, Lydia at first appears to be the archetypal spoiled materialistic high school queen bee.
In reality she is surprisingly caring to her friends, befriending Allison on her first day at school. Lydia is also extremely intelligent, having a GPA exceeding 5. Her boyfriend is Jackson Whittemore, although she initially makes it apparent she is merely dating him due to his status as the school's lacrosse team captain, Lydia is actually in love with Jackson. She initially barely knows who Scott and Stiles are, only expressing interest in Scott after he is Bitten and shows skill at lacrosse.
Stiles, throughout Seasons 1 and 2, has an intense, sweet crush on Lydia, but she does not reciprocate. In the Season 1 penultimate episode "Formality", Lydia is Bitten by the Alpha Peter Hale, which starts to trigger her supernatural powers.
In the beginning of Season 2, Lydia recovers, but suffers from a hallucination while in the shower and goes into a fugue state running through the woods naked for two days. Afterwards she doesn't remember the entire experience at all.
Lydia is determined to be immune to the Kanima's venom, and thus Derek assumes she's the Kanima, although it is later revealed to be Jackson. Lydia suffers further fugue episodes and hallucinations which, along with Jackson's rejection, causes her to have emotional breakdowns.
The hallucinations are caused by Peter, who planted memories of himself in Lydia's mind from his Bite, possessing her to use her to resurrect himself. As a result, she learns pieces of the supernatural events taking place.
In the Season 2 finale, Lydia selflessly faces the Kanima and successfully coaxes the shapeshifter to transform back into Jackson, by holding up the house key Jackson had given her when they were together. When Jackson asks if she still loves him while he's dying, she responds that she does and embraces him when he is cured of being a Kanima and resurrected as a werewolf. By Season 3, Lydia has been brought up to speed on the supernatural, has matured and come to care deeply for Scott and Stiles.
She and Jackson have parted since he moved to London and she is attempting to get over it. Lydia enters into a purely physical relationship with Aiden, initially to distract herself from Jackson, unaware he was assigned to get close to her to get leverage on Scott. Lydia displays a strange connection to the events occurring in Beacon Hills being mysteriously drawn to the locations of several of the sacrifices and occupying her time with drawing the same tree over and over again.
Lydia joins forces with Stiles to figure out who is really behind the sacrifices. In "The Girl Who Knew Too Much", when Cora Hale tells she, Scott and Stiles all they do is find bodies, not saving anyone, Lydia later appears at the memorial recital deciding to stop fighting her peculiar talents if it could help save someone with Scott offering his support.
Later she is held captive by Jennifer Blake, the Darach, who attempts to kill her and Lydia lets out a high pitched Scream. Jennifer then reveals to Lydia that she is actually a banshee. Lydia later helps Stiles through a panic attack by kissing him. She then begins to develop small mutual feelings for Stiles. Lydia and Stiles find out the tree she's been consistently drawing is an inversion of the Nemeton's root system, which allows them to realize it is where the kidnapped parents are being held.
During Season 3B, though Lydia continues her liaison with Aiden, she eventually tells the werewolf that he is only a 'bad guy' because he helped to kill Boyd, while she uses her abilities to help save lives. Lydia's talents allow for her to communicate on a network that predicts death: Jeff Davis has revealed this network is the whispers of other banshees.
She senses the pending death of the Nogitsune - only this was the reason the he took her, to know in advance when the Oni would appear to kill him, so he would be able to take control of the demons. Lydia had warned the others through a message relayed by fellow banshee Meredith Walker not to come for her, because she had sensed an impending death - Allison's. Lydia Screams for Allison when she's impaled by an Oni and is overcome with grief as she feels her best friend's death.
In the Season 3 finale, Lydia meets with Deaton and Scott, and comes up with the idea to use the Hales' triskele urn to trap the Void kitsune. Shortly after the Nogitsune's defeat, she "feels" another death - this time it is Aiden.
Despite her previous opinion of her lover being a "bad guy", Lydia grieves him from fighting the Oni as a "good guy".
In Season 4, Lydia has started over with new friends in Kira and Malia. Lydia helps Malia with her schoolwork by lending her notes. She learns some of the notes is actually computer code she doesn't remember transcribing. Using her banshee talents, Lydia learns the computer code comprises the Dead Pool, a hit list of supernaturals in Beacon Hills as well as the first cipher key to decode the list: Lydia cracks the final third of the Dead Pool but sees that Meredith is on the list.
She is saddened that Meredith has committed suicide out of fear. Lydia later learns her paternal grandmother Lorraine was also a banshee; she'd written a list of names, part of the Dead Pool code which lead her and Stiles to Eichen House.
The twosome, along with Parrish, learn Lorraine was actually murdered by Brunski, that Meredith is alive and has been the Benefactor all along, and later on, Meredith's history with Peter. Meredith reveals to Lydia she'd enacted the Dead Pool after Hearing Lydia's Scream when she felt Allison's death, because of how many people have died because of the supernatural. Lydia tells Meredith "Not all monsters do monstrous things", the two banshees coming to an understanding.
At the end of Season 4, Lydia gives Parrish a hard copy of the bestiary and offers him her help to learn what his supernatural species is. In Season 5A, everyone is preparing for senior year. She and Parrish have also grown closer. Lydia watches over fellow senior Tracy Stewart who is actually a Kanima, and her target is Lydia's mother, Natalie. In the ensuing skirmish, Lydia is injured by the Kanima-Chimera, but implores her mom to secrecy.
Tired of being defenseless, Lydia requests and takes up hand-to-hand lessons from Parrish and makes exceptional progress. Lydia, along with Stiles, discover Parrish is the one who is stealing the bodies of the deceased Chimeras, and is bringing them to the Nemeton. In "Lies of Omission", Lydia spars with Parrish to get him to "stop thinking", intending to, and successfully triggering his nature. She surmises what Parrish's doing is covering up the supernatural, protecting the secret.
After a conversation with Parrish, and remembering Kira mentioning the Wild Hunt , Lydia positively identities Parrish as a hellhound. She suddenly predicts Scott's upcoming death in the library, but Theo knocks her out and kidnaps her before she can tell anyone.
Theo then performs a mind-meld on her so he can find the Nemeton. Lydia is left driven out of her mind from the process. In Season 5B, Lydia is rendered catatonic from Theo's clawing into her memories. Her mother Natalie has Lydia moved to Eichen House which has been usurped by an escaped Valack in disguise. In "Damnatio Memoriae", Lydia separates from her physical body, then telepathically communicates with Meredith. The fellow banshee tells her she has to wake up to save her friends who are in danger and promises to teach her how to use her voice as a weapon.
She snaps awake from her coma, Screaming and inconspicuously saves Malia's life. With her new skill, Lydia makes an attempt to escape to save her friends' lives, but Valack, glamoured as Aiden distracts her and she's restrained. Valack then performs a trephanation on her. In "Amplification", when Lydia comes to, she's gained extrasensory perception and her powers are dangerously amplified.
Valack uses her to learn more about the Dread Doctors, Theo and the Beast, having her "be his eyes". Simultaneously, the Pack hatches a plan break her out of Eichen House, just as Theo's Chimera Pack also breaks in to capture her for Theo's own ends.
Valack manages to slip away with Lydia, just as the Banshee whispers become powerful enough to kill her. Soon Lydia unintentionally kills Valack with her uncontrolled Scream, but Parrish, as the hellhound, shields the Pack from being harmed by her voice.
Deaton treats her trephanation head wound with mistletoe, and Lydia recovers from her experience, to Stiles' euphoria and she's embraced by her recently enlightened mother. Lydia tells the Guardian he can't beat the Beast without Parrish, and later convinces a disheartened Parrish to stay in Beacon Hills to help fight the Beast, reassuring him that her visions of death don't always come true and helps him figure out how to consciously tap into his powers. In "Apotheosis", Scott's Pack invoke an old piece of werewolf lore, by calling out a shapeshifter's Christian name they assume their human form.
She is present as Stiles is taken by the Ghost Riders. She promises she'll remember but appears to have forgotten him completely the next day. In "Superposition", Lydia notices a doctor sitting across from her in class who happens to be the same one Stiles will sit next to in "Radio Silence" at the Ghost Riders' train station. She confronts the woman, wondering who she is and why she's in the class.
The doctor opens her mouth and emits a high-pitched train sound. Then, when talking with Scott and Malia, Lydia admits that she had been looking for someone all day, though she doesn't know who. Lydia confesses that whoever it was, she thinks she loved him. She later falls into a trance and writes the word "mischief" several times in a format that spells the name "Stiles".
She wonders "What the hell is a Stiles? She excuses herself, following the woman down a hallway. Lydia calls to her, asking why she's there and what is it she wants to tell her. This woman is the same one that Stiles has a conversation with in "Radio Silence". Lydia seeing the same people that Stiles is seeing is symbolic of the pair's emotional tether, first brought up in "Lunar Ellipse" from Season 3A.
In "Relics", Lydia returns to the Stilinski house, hoping to find a relic that belonged to Stiles which the Ghost Riders may have left behind. She returns to the hallway where she last saw the elderly woman. She starts ripping the wallpaper, only to be interrupted by Claudia Stilinski. In "Radio Silence", Lydia and Scott are forced to pay a tow truck driver off in order to prevent Stiles' jeep from being taken out of the school car park.
She finds paperwork in the jeep which she presents to the Sheriff and Claudia. She breaks down in tears when Claudia tells her to drop the investigation of Stiles' existence.
Lydia and Scott later make contact with Stiles through the radio where they both remember parts of Stiles and his existence.
He also tells them not to try and find him because it is impossible , and to rather find Canaan. In "Ghosted", Lydia has a dream of a Ghost Rider attack on a town. She, Scott and Malia travel to Canaan where Lydia discovers it to be the same town she saw in her dream.
She meets a fellow banshee named Lenore who prevents her, Scott and Malia from leaving. Lydia questions Lenore on the current state of the town. After Lenore knocks Lydia across the room, the two banshees engage in a Scream off as waves of power are radiated from their hands and propelled by the Screams. After sharing a vision of the Ghost Rider attack in Canaan, Lydia snaps Lenore out of her denial and she, Scott and Malia are allowed to leave.
In "Heartless", Lydia confides in her mum about her experience in Canaan and that Claudia was conjured by the Sheriff to keep him from remembering Stiles. She joins Sheriff Stilinski in Stiles' bedroom and tells him of her experience in Canaan, claiming that he conjured Claudia to subconsciously hide the fact that he's missing Stiles.
Then she notices Stiles' lacrosse jersey, crying as she picks up and then tosses it to the Sheriff. Liam surmises that the Ghost Rider fears Lydia as it lowers its weapon, allowing them to pass. Lydia can't survive the cooling chamber due to her lack of supernatural healing, so she is put under regular hypnosis.
She eventually remembers Stiles, causing a rift to form. In "Riders on the Storm", Lydia finds Stiles and they kiss passionately after he gets out of the rift. She helps Sheriff Stilinski save Stiles from the make-believe Claudia.
In the aftermath, Lydia got into MIT where she'll be starting as a junior. Jackson Whittemore is the-captain of the Beacon Hills lacrosse team and the captain of the school's swim team. Jackson's birth parents were Gordon and Margaret Miller.
They died in a car crash on June 14, , but Margaret was kept on life support long enough for the doctors to deliver Jackson by c-section into the middle of the night as his birthday is June 15th.
He was adopted by attorney David Whittemore and his wife. In compensation for their deaths, Jackson is to receive a large insurance settlement on his eighteenth birthday. Jackson is the big man on campus at Beacon Hills High, and has a competitive, self-absorbed and aggressive nature, which shows through hostility towards people who best him.
Jackson wishes to make others proud of him, this desire to always live up to people's expectations appears to stem from his deeply rooted insecurity about his adoption and the fact that he does not know his real parents, leading him to be unable to see his adoptive parents as his true mom and dad.
Despite his abrasive character, he is shown to care for his friends and dislikes hurting them. It turns out he is genuine friends with Danny Mahealani and he actually cares more for Lydia Martin than he lets on, though he'd never admit it. During Season 1, Jackson is angered, suspicious by Scott's sudden, seemingly impossible improvement on the lacrosse field and other activities repeatedly besting him, which impacts his psyche. Consequently, he investigates Scott, eventually coming in contact with Derek Hale and being accidentally scratched by Derek in "Magic Bullet" who was poisoned with wolfsbane at the time and partially passes the poisoning onto Jackson through the claws , witnessing the Alpha werewolf in "Night School".
He eventually discovers Scott is a werewolf. Jackson threatens to expose Scott unless he helps him become one too. The Argents grew suspicious of Jackson.
At the school formal he gets drunk and exposes Scott's werewolf nature to them. Later Jackson appears the Hale house demanding the Bite from Derek because he helped him. In the Season 2 premiere "Omega", it is revealed Derek had Bitten Jackson, which he takes with absolute smugness. However, Derek notices his body is rejecting the transformation, causing black blood to bleed out of his orifices.
In the fifth episode of Season 2 "Venomous" it is revealed Jackson instead became a Kanima, a murderous reptilian shapeshifter that is a weapon of vengeance.
Jackson, as the Kanima, commits numerous murders throughout Season 2. Jackson does not know that he is the Kanima, nor does the Kanima side of him know that it is Jackson. In his Kanima form, Jackson was nigh unstoppable: The Kanima's claws also produced a paralytic poison that could completely immobilize a victim by the Kanima slashing the back of the neck and it could scale walls.
The Kanima seeks a Master who wishes to exact revenge on others to control the shapeshifter and the Kanima carries out whatever vengeance the Master bids, revealing that as the Kanima, Jackson's every move is controlled by someone else. In the episode "Fury", it is revealed Jackson came across an unstable, traumatized student, Matt Daehler who became his Master.
Matt had the Kanima murder former Beacon Hills High students who almost caused him to drown when he was a little boy during a drunken pool party. It is revealed that Jackson became the Kanima because he is an orphan, exemplified by his outward behavior and personality, meaning he lacks an identity.
He can be saved by a person with whom he shared a true bond; in Jackson's case, this person is Lydia. Aware of what he is, Jackson then allows Derek and Peter Hale to kill him. Dying, he asks Lydia does she still love him, she responds that she does. Jackson returned to life and finally becomes a werewolf, however, with blue eyes rather than the common yellow. His eyes as a werewolf are blue, because as the Kanima he took innocent lives regardless of his intent ; Derek, Peter, and the twins Ethan and Aiden share this feature.
In the Season 3 premiere, Lydia revealed that Jackson was trained by Derek to control his werewolf nature. Later he and Lydia parted and his father moved him to London. He is next seen late in season six, when he is revealed to be in a same-sex relationship with Ethan Steiner, another werewolf. The pair live together in London attempting to find other werewolves, but are attacked by hunters linked to Gerard Argent. Returning to Beacon Hills, they are captured by Gerard's lieutenant, school guidance counselor Ms.
Monroe, although they are later freed by Lydia and Stiles after Gerard reveals he has the pair captive. When telling Lydia he is in a same-sex relationship now, she is initially startled and then happy that he "figured it out". He is seen checking out a female and male student in his brief scene at Beacon Hills High, and to have retained some of his kanima abilities, including venom, claws, and the ability to manifest kanima eyes and a kanima tail, but is unable to completely shift into one.
In the closing montage of the series finale , he and Ethan are shown happily together in London once more. Malia Tate is a werecoyote, a member of Scott's Pack, the adoptive daughter of Henry Tate and his late wife Evelyn, and the love interest of Stiles starting in Season 3B. She also has a deceased younger adoptive sister named Kiley. Malia's birth mother is an assassin named Corrine also known as the Desert Wolf. At age 9, Malia was presumed dead for eight years from a car accident that claimed the lives of her mother and her younger sister.
She was actually alive, fully transformed as a coyote. On the night of the car crash Malia had shapeshifted on a full moon. Her shift had supposedly caused the accident, and killed her mom and sister in the process earning her blue eyes by taking innocent lives.
In the Season 3B premiere "Anchors", Sheriff Stilinski reopens the case under a suspicion a supernatural may have been involved, and Scott and Stiles discover Malia in the woods. Sheriff Stilinski and Stiles bring her home and she is reunited with Henry. After eight years as a coyote in the wild, Malia is very in touch with her animal side, is rather brash, quick to fight, and tends to speak her mind. She initially struggles academically and shows little regard for social etiquette.
As the series progress, Malia readjusts to her humanity. There, she sees Stiles who has voluntarily committed himself. When he walks up to Malia, she attacks him aggressively. Malia tells Stiles she is unhappy as a human, because she now lives back with her father and can't tell him that she killed her mom and sister, and Scott's Alpha roar has caused her to remain human and unable to fully transform again.
Stiles, who needs access to the basement for information regarding the Nogitsune's connection to Eichen House, specifically the kanji "self" on the wall, makes a deal with her: Very soon afterward, they sleep together. Behind a wall in Eichen House, they find the Nogitsune's original host's body, a sheathed katana, and a photo. Afterwards, they are attacked by Oliver, Stiles' roommate, who is being controlled by the Nogitsune.
Stiles lets the Nogitsune back in, in exchange for the Kitsune sparing Malia. Malia later prepares to leave Eichen House, intending to rescue Stiles. She eventually brings the sheathed sword and the photo to Scott.
In Season 4, Malia is continuing her romance with Stiles, with the Pack attempting to help her reintegrate back into society. Malia has a survival-of-the-fittest mentality, as shown when she was willing to leave Lydia behind when the Pack was held captive by the Calaveras. She regularly sneaks into Stiles' house at night. Malia is struggling in learning control during the full moon. In "The Benefactor", Stiles stays with her on the full moon while she is transformed into her werecoyote shape for the first time; he surmises she lacks control because of her guilt in what she did to her mother and sister.
He relates to her because of the Nogitsune's possession of him. Malia perfects control at this. The Pack keeps Malia in the dark that Peter Hale is her biological father, to protect her from the sociopathic werewolf. Malia is severely hurt and feels betrayed by Stiles keeping the information from her, straining her relationship with him. Malia meets with Peter, learning from him her real mother is known as 'the Desert Wolf'.
Malia doesn't see herself as different from Peter, he being a killer while she killed her adoptive mother and sister. In "Monstrous" after being almost killed and learning of Stiles' own near-death experience, Malia, with a push from Melissa, ultimately makes up with him, and at the Martin lakehouse they locate the computer servers that house the Dead Pool, and shut them down.
On the mission to rescue Scott and Kira, Peter tries to coax Malia into unleashing her animal side in the fight against Kate and the Berserkers, but Malia sees Peter for the monster he truly is upon learning he was intending to murder Scott. Malia is pleased that Stiles is looking into her biological mother. In Season 5, Malia has settled back into her relationship with her dad Henry. She receives her summer school results allowing her to be a senior with the others.
Malia is content in just "putting Tracy Stewart down" after her out-of-control murder spree. After Scott's encouraging and urging to save Tracy instead, with the latter at her mercy, Malia goes through with it. Unfortunately, Tracy is euthanized by the Dread Doctors at that moment to her horror. Malia soon grows to trust the newcomer Theo Raeken. In "A Novel Approach", while on a driving lesson with Theo, after reading Valack's novel, Malia remembers more of the crash that caused her family's death: She realizes the woman was the Desert Wolf.
Unable to deal with it, Malia doesn't tell anyone. She notices Stiles' obvious lies, and starts to lose trust in him. In "Lies of Omission", Malia fails to save another Chimera. The recent trauma and chaos having left its mark, Malia states she can't follow Scott's rules on protecting people anymore and considers leaving the Pack.
Nonetheless, her relationship with him has ended. Malia secretly makes the decision to kill the Desert Wolf in vengeance for her family. Because of this and not wanting to put her friends in danger, Malia quits Scott's Pack saying she can't help.
She and Braeden prepare for her mother's arrival, but learns she has taken Deaton hostage. He betrays them at the last minute as he'd made a deal with the assassin and Malia finally comes face to face with her mother Corrine. Malia faces off against her in vengeance for causing her to kill her family while Corrine wants to take back the power she transferred to Malia upon giving birth to her.
Braeden and Malia keep an eye out for Corrine as the assassin will come to kill Malia to reclaim her power on the full moon while also assisting in the hunt for the Beast. In "Apotheosis", despite their best efforts, Malia, Braeden are caught in a gunfight and faceoff with her mother at the McCall house. After Braeden is wounded, Corrine eventually has Malia at her mercy, but Stiles had slipped Malia the garuda talons from the Chimera Belasko at Scott's suggestion: In the season 6 premiere, Malia is seen in her coyote form for the first time since season 3, as she had finally learned to fully shapeshift.
She helps the Pack investigate a missing couple and determines they are still alive due to the lack of blood but says she couldn't smell any sign they were ever in their car. In "Superposition", Malia is revealed to be losing control of her animal side as she is growling at people, clawing at her desk when stressed and she has built a coyote den at the corner of her bedroom. She later admits to Scott and Lydia that she knows she wasn't alone when she was chained up during the full moon. In "Sundowning", while she's making up for a test, Malia loses control and shifts into her coyote form and makes her way to the school basement.
In "Relics", Malia hears dying screams while running through the woods. The smell of blood leads her towards a murder scene, but is shot by Argent before she could investigate further.
In "Radio Silence", after recognising the distant howl and scent of a dying werewolf, Malia and Scott track it to the woods. They both realise that it's Peter Hale who had escaped from the train station.
In "Ghosted", while she, Scott and Lydia are visiting Canaan, Malia is affected by energy in the town, causing her to hallucinate her dead adoptive mum Evelyn and sister Kiley as well as Theo. He shoots her, causing her to fall directly in between Evelyn and Kiley as they pull her into the ground. While trapped in Lenore's house, Malia and Scott encounter the ghost of Lenore's son Caleb who starts to drown them.
They stop drowning once Lydia reasons with Lenore. When Malia sees Theo at Scott's house, she is furious. In "Heartless", Malia repeatedly punches Theo as he betrayed her back in season 5.
With her claws out, she plans to finish him off, but Scott and Liam intervene. She accompanies a healed Peter in looking for the rift. She saves Scott before the Ghost Riders could kill him, however the two of them are not enough to hold off the Riders for long. They're saved by Peter who allows himself to be erased, giving them the chance to run. In "Memory Found", Malia enters the cooling chamber shortly after Scott.
She finds herself in the school library, where each book represents a memory. She soon finds the shelf with all her memories of Stiles. After the Ghost Riders take Garrett and leave, Malia has to attend summer school before she could graduate. In Season 6B, Malia, who has successfully graduated, excitedly plans to travel to France, but is convinced to stay in Beacon Hills by Scott and Lydia when it becomes apparent that there is a new supernatural problem to deal with.
While dealing with the threat of new Hunters emerging and killing supernatural creatures without mercy, Malia is surprised but secretly pleased when Scott deliriously indicates his feelings for her in "After Images", as it is revealed that she has developed feelings for him in return.
Malia initially tries to tell Scott how she feels about him in "Face-to-Faceless", but to her frustration, she is unable to spark up the courage. In "Pressure Test", while being trapped inside the police station by Hunters, the Anuk-Ite amplifies Malia's fear of being killed to the point where she becomes almost hysterical, but Scott calms her down. In "Triggers", Malia, Scott, Lydia and Argent attempt to destroy the Hunters' arsenal, but when it is revealed to be a trap set by the Hunters, Scott and Malia end up locked in a room which rapidly begins to run out of oxygen.
After Lydia and Argent rescue them, the near-death experience is enough to give Malia the courage she needs to kiss Scott, and although Malia's Alpha is initially taken aback, Scott then responds by passionately kissing Malia, confirming that he returns her feelings. In "Werewolves of London", Malia and Scott try to recruit every surviving supernatural creature they know to help them fight the Hunters, but are mostly unsuccessful with the exception of Peter, who joins them when he looks into Malia's mind and sees that her feelings for Scott have developed to the point where she has fallen in love with him.
In "Genotype", Malia and Lydia work to resurrect the dead Hellhound Halwyn to try and defeat the Anuk-Ite, but he is only able to live long enough to tell them it can kill through eye contact if its two halves merge, before dying again. After this, Malia has sex with Scott, consummating their relationship. Unfortunately, in "The Wolves of War" Malia is off-screen unable to resist looking into the Anuk-Ite's eyes, and is turned to stone, although she is freed from her stony prison after the fear-monger is defeated.
When Malia sees that Scott had to claw his eyes out to fight the Anuk-Ite and is unable to heal himself, she gently kisses him at the suggestion of Lydia to divert Scott's attention and allow his eyes to heal naturally. Two years later, Malia arrives with the rest of the pack at the scene where Scott is talking to Omega werewolf Alec about the war with the Hunters. Malia gazes lovingly at Scott more than once during this encounter, and they walk off together, revealing that after two years, Malia is still in a relationship with Scott, making him Malia's longest lasting boyfriend.
Kira Yukimura is a kitsune , the daughter of Ken and Noshiko Yukimura, and Scott's second love interest. Kira is sweet and intelligent, but introverted and socially awkward.
After being brought into the supernatural and learning of her own nature, as well as her family's secrets, she shows a defined sense of ethics, protection, a growing sense of confidence and camaraderie on joining Scott's Pack.
As a Kitsune, Kira is of the type Thunder: At Season 3B's start, "Anchors", Kira looks to make friends in school, but is embarrassed because her dad, Ken, is the new history teacher and prone to unintentionally embarrassing her. Early on, Kira has an obvious crush on Scott, which he reciprocates.
In "Galvanize", Kira is revealed to be supernatural after mass murderer William Barrow kidnaps her and, while attempting to kill her using electrocution, causes her to manifest an ability to absorb electricity. Scott witnesses this display, and Kira is intrigued that Scott doesn't "run the other way" from her peculiar circumstances.
In "Illuminated", it is shown that Kira radiates an aura that is shaped like a bipedal fox, flaring around her like armor. Scott invites her to Danny's black light party and their interest in each other strengthens. Later, she witnesses Scott and Derek Hale fight the Oni in their werewolf forms, revealing the supernatural lives of Scott, his Pack, and everything else to her, to her elation and inspiration.
Kira eventually does research into her own abilities and theorizes that she is a Kitsune, the Fox trickster. This is later confirmed by Derek. Kira discovers further abilities; super speed and a natural talent for swordplay. When her mother, Noshiko, displays similar talents, Kira discovers, to her shock, that Noshiko is also a Kitsune and the one who summoned the Oni to Beacon Hills.
Kira is distrustful of her mom and is further baffled when Noshiko reveals that she is actually years old. Noshiko tells Kira her story of her time as an intern at Camp Oak Creek, and her role in unleashing the Nogitsune. Noshiko asks Kira to trust her this once, telling her she is a Thunder kitsune, and showing her how to use her FoxFire to repair her shattered katana.
Upon being passed the katana, Kira is told that Noshiko's legacy is now hers. Kira comes to grips with her Kitsune nature, and resolves to help save Stiles.
In "De-Void", still unable to face her parents after everything they've kept from her, Kira spends the night with Scott, she shares a kiss with him. In "Insatiable", Kira along with Isaac and Allison go up against Noshiko and the Oni trying to dissuade her mother from outright killing the Nogitsune as the process could potentially kill Stiles. Unfortunately, the Nogitsune takes control of the Oni and turns the demons against them and Allison is killed. In the Season 3 finale, Kira is told by Ken and Noshiko their move at this point has to be a divine move in order to stop the Nogitsune.
Kira goes along with Scott, Stiles and Lydia to stop the Nogitsune at the school. She battles the Oni and then fatally stabs the Nogitsune running the demon's corporeal form through with the katana after Scott Bites him. In Season 4, Kira has her romance with Scott on hold because she wants to give Scott the time he needs to grieve for Allison.
Kira has also become completely integrated with the Pack, becoming close friends with Lydia and Malia, wanting to use her abilities to protect people in Beacon Hills. In "Muted", Scott decides to give in to his feelings for Kira, sharing a deep kiss with her, to her joy.
Scott and Kira finally go on their first date. Kate has Scott converted into a new Berserker, and under the malevolent werejaguar's control, Kira is attacked by Scott. Hallucinating her mother and determined to save Scott, Kira breaks off a piece of obsidian in the temple and uses it to trigger her kitsune healing.
Kira keeps the obsidian shard when returning to Beacon Hills. Afterward, Ken has the shard reshaped into a shuriken and Noshiko presents her with the star, and Kira realizes the shuriken is her first Kitsune Tail.
In Season 5A, Kira, after a summer with her parents in New York, starts senior year with her friends, including she and Scott consummating their relationship. She has been fashioned a customized sword by Ken that was forged with a "unique power". Second time around, she starts to lose control, attempting to behead another hybrid shouting "Watashi wa shi no shisha da!
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Mason snaps Liam out of his rage, but Theo kills Scott afterwards. She later shows a genuine guilt and contrition for her actions. Don't leave drinks unattended; have an exit plan if things go badly; and ask a friend to call you on your cell phone an hour into the date to ask how it's going.
What's most frustrating is not the outright lying but the masterful deception. Stiles talks back, saying, "Mom would've believed me. They watch out for each other and if you fight one of them, you better be ready to take them all.
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