Taking advantage of the sudden insanity, Rebekah snatched the cure and drank it in one mighty gulp, only to discover… it wasn't the real cure! The real cure was chilling with one of Katherine's “friends,” but when she went to retrieve it, she ended up giving it to Elijah to hold on to. Read more
In The Originals series finale, Klaus makes up for 1,000 years of torturing Rebekah by offering her the cure. All she has to do is wait a few decades. In the series finale of The Originals, Klaus Mikaelson offered his sister Rebekah what she wanted most in the world: the cure for immortality.
After Rebekah drinks it, she loses consciousness. Upon awakening, Rebekah claims that she feels good and alive, but soon learns that it was actually a decoy. Later, she goes to Elijah, who is given the cure by Katherine, and asks him to give it to her so she can be human again.
Rebekah Sinclair (née Mikaelson) was one of the main characters in the first season and after her departure, she became a special guest for the rest of the series and Eternal Darkness. She was an Original Vampire before becoming human again in the season one finale.
After spending most of the season daggered and cursed, Rebekah was awakened to help fight against Marcel after he fatally bit Elijah and Kol and had Freya poisoned. ... The plan was to allow Rebekah's body to rest, thus stopping the curse, and allow Elijah, Klaus, and Freya time to search for a cure.
Natalia Grace Mikaelson is the daughter and niece of Original vampires, the granddaughter of a very powerful witch, and the daughter of a werewolf father who died when she was just an infant. ...
They were abruptly torn apart physically by Klaus who decided to punish them by daggering Rebekah. Rebekah, after 52 years of desiccation In 1887, Klaus undaggered Rebekah revealing he had left her daggered for fifty-two years.
Damon always wanted Elena to have the human life she always dreamed of. Elena takes the cure, which breaks the compulsion, and her memories of Damon return to her. She recalls a memory from season 4, where Damon declares that there would be nothing more miserable than becoming human again.
In the television series's fourth season, Elena becomes a vampire and dies then deals with the struggles that come with her change. She took the cure and became human again towards the end of the sixth season. In the finale of the sixth season, Kai linked Elena to Bonnie's life by magic.
On The Originals series finale, both Klaus and Elijah Mikaelson were killed. Their deaths were the final act of a long redemption story.
While Damon thinks the cure is being burned down, Elena shows up with the cure that wasn't really ever taken by Lily. The episode ends with Damon telling Elena he will take the cure with her, if she wants to take it. Jo and Alaric celebrate their last night before the marriage.
Elijah leaves Katherine to go to New Orleans Five hundred years later, they were reunited. Things were rocky between them but they began a romantic relationship as they were in love with each other. Later on, Elijah moved to New Orleans after saying goodbye to Katherine, effectively ending their relationship.
Holt went on to say she wanted to focus on friends and family. She also viewed her exit as a"temporary absence," and Julie Plec agreed, promising fans had not seen the last of Rebekah. ... Holt worked on other projects during The Originals' five-season run.
As for Stefan he knew he had to sacrifice himself to stop Katherine from becoming the new ruler of Hell. But before he did that he gave his blood to Damon. Thus giving him the cure. Meaning even if Stefan hadn't died he would've died when his age catched up to him.
Engaged, In love; Like family, Rebekah was originally Marcel's adoptive aunt (when he was a child); Love Each Other, Sexual; Allies, Close Bond; Marcel chose Klaus over Rebekah (originally), Rebekah moved to New York where Marcel joined her to start their relationship again, Marcel chose Rebekah over New Orleans and ...
Sheriff Forbes accidentally shot Jeremy later in the season, but Bonnie was able to summon him back. Jeremy volunteered to let Bonnie stop his heart for a spell in season 3, but she saved him from total annihilation yet again.
Supposedly, when "Stefan" returns back to Mystic Falls, Jeremy immediately gets a bad feeling about him and he and Bonnie realize that he is the immortal Silas and he wants a newly-human Katherine. ... Damon finds him and gives Jeremy some of his blood, which successfully brings him back.
Silas was the one who created the immortality spell 2000 years ago however, as nature creates a balance for everything, it created a version of Silas that could be killed, a shadow-self which ends up being Stefan.
When she found out Silas' plan to give immortality to another woman, she buried him, knowing that she couldn't kill him. Silas refused to give Qetsiyah the satisfaction of winning, so he stayed buried, not taking the Cure. The Five were created to kill vampires and find Silas.
During season 4, Atticus Shane convinced Elena and her friends to help him raise Silas from the dead in return for the Cure. It was only after they arrived on the island that they learned there was only one dose. The Cure changed hands throughout the latter half of the season.
Rebekah learned that Genevieve was a witch and used her to summon the attention of Mikael to New Orleans. When Genevieve learned that Rebekah used her, she wanted to tell the secret to Klaus but Rebekah quickly infected her with influenza to protect herself and Marcel from Klaus.
It looks like Hayley has found a cure for Marcel's werewolf bite. We barely know who Sofya is, but she has proven to be very useful in season 4.
She was poisoned, her brothers bitten by Marcel, and Rebekah hexed. Seeing no other choice in saving her family, Freya used Klaus as an anchor to a spell similar to the one Dahlia had cast on her to keep her breathing for a thousand years.