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She then adds, of Josh Hartnett's Ethan Chandler, a man who has In their confrontation, Vanessa tells Chandler to “let it end” to deny the. 'Penny Dreadful' Season 3 will reveal how Ethan Chandler became a werewolf, and it will also show Vanessa Ives reestablishing her faith in God and. The new season will also go into details about his relationship with his. "When I thought about Ethan Chandler (Hartnett). which Kali discusses Vanessa Ives (Green) with Ferdinand Lyle (Simon Russell Beale). he built in the first season will in Season 2 build the relationships that will "evolve.
Not long after, Vanessa fell ill. Her sickness was enigmatic, and her family was unable to help her. Unbeknownst to them, she had been possessed by the Devil.
She checks herself into a mental asylum where she befriended an orderly who, unbeknownst to her, would go on to die and be reanimated by Victor Frankenstein. At one point, Vanessa was visited by visions of Lucifer and his brother Draculabut she used her own powers to scare them away.
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After a trepanningshe was released back into her mother's care. The surgery was unsuccessful, however, and her mother dies of a heart attack after seeing Vanessa having sex with Lucifer. Not long after, Vanessa has a vision of Mina, who begs her former friend to find and save her.
Under her tutelage, Vanessa learns about her own powers and others who would desire them. Nightcomers in service to Lucifer, led by Evelyn Poole, scheme to separate Vanessa from the Cut-Wife, and deliver the former to their master. To these ends, Evelyn seduces a lord and convinces him to arrange a mob to execute the Cut-Wife.Vanessa Ives + Ethan Chandler - Such Light You Brought To Me
Her plan is successful, and Vanessa watches her mentor burn, before being branded herself. She leaves the Moor soon after, traumatized by what she has seen. She offers Ethan a job as a hired gun, which he accepts. They are unable to find Mina, but enlist Dr. Victor Frankenstein into their cause. During a sexual encounter with Dorian, Vanessa becomes possessed by Lucifer once more.
She becomes feral and violent, and needs to be restrained.
For a month, she battles the Devil inside of her, and he appears to her under many different visages. Malcolm implores Vanessa to reach out to Mina, but she is unsuccessful. Eventually, a priest comes to give a dying Vanessa her last ritesbut she attacks him. In a moment of clarity, she begs Ethan to kill her.
Instead, he holds a pendant of St. Jude to her forehead, and chants in Latin, begging for divine intervention.
The exorcism is successful, and Vanessa collapses. When she wakes up, she claims to know where Mina is. Mina reveals herself, and initially seems happy to see them. However, she quickly turns violent and attempts to bite Vanessa, claiming to be delivering her to her Master. Malcolm shoots Mina, claiming Vanessa is his only daughter.
The two are distraught over the loss of their friend and daughter, respectively, but bond over their grief. Vanessa seeks out a priest and asks for a formal exorcism. Once the priest asks her if she truly wants to be normal, however, she apparently changes her mind and refuses. Vanessa becomes paranoid, and the group goes to great lengths to protect her. During this time, she also befriends John Clare, a homeless man who she does not recognize as the reanimated orderly from her imprisonment in the Banning Clinic.
Vanessa steals away to face the witch alone, and is confronted by a ventriloquist dummy made in her own likeness. She has strong feelings for Ethan Chandler, as she has repeatedly made it clear that she is more than willing to accept him for who and what he is.
She wanted him to stay with her after surviving the battle with Mrs.
Poole and her coven, being reminded of the comfort Vanessa felt with Ethan by her side. She reassured him that he will feel better about himself like she did with him. The memory of the tragic death of Joan Clayton, the Cut-Wife of Ballentree Moor, one who took her in and accepted her in a time of great need, pushed Vanessa to do the unthinkable and use the darkest of magics to avenge her former mentor. Despite this, she was able to emerge victorious by the end of the struggle against the nightcomers, albeit deeply affected by that confrontation.
However, Vanessa's most defining traits are her incredible inner strength and unwavering faith in her God, Who she turns to in her time of need and believes in no matter what the circumstances. She has displayed an unshakable belief that her soul is her own and fought for it on more than several occasions. However, she had done most terrible things along the way and it deeply wounded her. Since then, she began to lose faith in her absolution and the hope that the God she so fervently believed in would be there for her.
However, she has not lost herself in her struggles and chooses to keep going, even if it means she has to do it alone. Her mother had a collection of dolls placed in Vanessa's bedroom but she would knock them over at night and put them all back in the morning. She disliked the dolls' eyes, staring at her and waiting to attack. However, in the final struggle against the nightcomers, she was confronted with a doll made in her own likeness and emerged victoriously, showing that she has already conquered this fear.
Vanessa also has a disparaging view of her tutelage in the social graces, calling the ritual of serving tea "painstaking", decorum at balls "tedious", and social banter "meaningless". However, one thing that she enjoys partaking in is dancing, though she recalls being the "curse of her class" when she learned. She enjoyed tutoring both John Clare and Ethan Chandler, most especially the latter.
After the conclusion of the battle with the Nightcomers, Vanessa was left in a deep depression, leaving her home in shambles and leaving her room only to eat the food left at the back door. However, after a visit to the Alienist, Dr. Seward, and following her prescriptions, she began to recover. Upon returning home, she began cleaning up her home and putting back all of her cosmetics and feminine essentials where they can be easily taken for use.
She even feels hopeful despite having lost so much in the recent battles she had fought. Vanessa has expressed a fierce determination to confront her most recent suitor, Dracula, by allowing herself to go through hypnosis to determine his intent and meeting with the Thanatologist, Catriona Hartdegen, to learn more about him.
Even when facing both Lucifer and Dracula in her visions of the past, she has shown an immense strength of faith in the God she once thought she lost and managed to banish them from her mind. Powers and Abilities Vanessa's nature was unclear for most of the first season, having been at first thought of as a psychic afflicted by the possession of evil spirits.
However, the second season revealed that Vanessa is a witch, specifically a daywalker, having learned the arts of tarot and herbalism, and taught the Verbis Diablo by Joan Clayton. Her mentor, one of considerable strength herself, acknowledged that she has never encountered a daywalker as powerful as Vanessa.
The act of divining future, past, and present events based off of extrasensory perception.
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The practice of divination through the use of tarot cards. The practice of divination through the perception of emotions, objects, people, or physical phenomena. The practice of divination through the use of instinctive knowledge. The practice of divination through the communication of spirits. The practice of divination through contact with or proximity to a certain object or person. The practice of divination based on the positions and symbols of tea leaves.
The ability to channel spirits and supernatural beings. A number of powerful spirits have used Vanessa as a medium, including spirits claiming to be the ancient Egyptian goddess Amunet and the Christian Devil Verbis Diablo: Vanessa has become quite fluent in the Devil's tongue despite having been taught very little in it by Joan Clayton.
She has since used the language to banish a nightcomer who attacked her and Ethan repeating the same spell when she was attacked in her homecommand the hunting hounds of Sir Geoffrey Hawkes to maul him to death the only time she is shown reading it from a bookand overcome the fallen angel housed in a fetish made in her likeness in the final battle against the nightcomers. She has recently used the Verbis Diablo once again, this time in expelling both Lucifer and Dracula from her mind while she was in a hypnotic trance.