This is my design of the all the TVD Dopplegangers played by Nina Dobrev Amara, Tatia, Kat & Elena AMARA: The Progenitor of the Petrova. Doppelgängers, also known as Shadow-Selves or Mortal Shadow Selves, are a were Elena Gilbert and Katherine Pierce (also known as Katerina Petrova), but Because Nature decreed that all living things must die, the Immortality Spell .. Silas stole the elixir and left Qetsiyah at the altar, instead meeting with Amara in. Nov 13, Vampire Diaries Spoilers: Three Petrova Doppelgangers in One Scene! “not just one, not just two, but three Nina Dobrevs all in one scene.
Her origins are from Ancient Greece and she is of Greek descent. She is the oldest known ancestor of the Petrova family bloodline.
She was originally a human girl who was presumably born into a very poor family. Personality wise, Amara comes off as gentle, docile, and innocent, similar to that of Katherine before she became evil.
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Although Amara was seen to be a nice girl, it is apparent that she did have a rather manipulative side to her. Amara knew that Silas was manipulating Qetsiyah and had used her to create the spell for immortality by pretending to be in love with her.
Her age is unknown but it could be assumed that she was anywhere between fourteen to eighteen years old. As a human, she was the personal handmaiden to Qetsiyaha very powerful witch who also came from a noble and wealthy background just like Silas.
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Amara fell deeply and passionately in love at first sight with a young, gifted and very powerful witch named Silaswho is the world's first immortal man or being and also, the oldest known ancestor and relative of the Salvatore family. Amara's love for Silas was so strong and powerful that she desired to be with him forever, even though her love for him was strongly forbidden. Amara's love for Silas was strongly forbidden because Silas was engaged to be married to Qetsiyah.
Therefore, Silas and Amara had a secret relationship unbeknownst to Qetsiyah until she found out about their betrayal. Silas also strongly loved Amara, so much that he desired immortality so that he and Amara could be together for all of eternity. Silas manipulated Qetsiyah into creating the spell of immortality with the intention of sharing the gift of eternal life with Amara, instead of Qetsiyah.
However, after betraying Qetsiyah's trust after she created the spell, Qetsiyah became filled with extreme anger, rage and jealousy. As a result of Silas and Amara's betrayal, Qetsiyah wanted revenge. After Silas and Amara drank the immortality elixir, Qetsiyah found the latter by faking her death Qetsiyah made it appear to Silas that she had brutally murdered her by slitting her throat and cutting her heart out and forced her to become the physical Anchor to The Other Side a place where dead supernatural beings go to after they pass onbinding it's existence to her immortal life and desiccating her.
After her awakening two thousand years later, the pain of her existence was too much for her to bear and she desired death above all else. Amara's desire and need to die was so strong that it rivaled her love for Silas, which was very powerful and strong in itself. After she is reawakened once Silas finds her, she consumes the cure from Silas' blood and becomes a mortal human once more. Amara reunites with Silas after 2, years of being apart from him.
She sorrowfully and tragically confesses her undying love for him one last time but says that although she loves Silas, she desires to die and end her suffering just as much. Amara then asks Silas to kill her himself and end her 2, years of suffering. Silas is hesitant to do so at first but he then understands. Unexpectedly, Silas is killed by Stefan after he is stabbed with a blade or dagger. Silas passes through Amara as she was still currently the anchor before Qetsiyah had transferred the spell and made Bonnie the anchor instead.
Amara, realizing that she has officially nothing to live for now that her beloved is dead and she has endured endless suffering for centuries and centuries, tells a deceased Silas that their eternity together would start with her death. She then takes the same dagger that killed Silas and commits suicide by stabbing herself, ending her endless suffering this happened to be very similar to how Juliet dies and kills herself after Romeo dies in Romeo and Juliet.
She is presumed to have found peace and has passed on to the afterlife where human souls go to once they die. Unfortunately for Amara, she did not get her dying wish which was to be reunited with Silas in true eternal death as Silas ended up stuck on The Other Side with Qetsiyah, who ended up killing herself to be with Silas.
It is currently unknown whether or not Amara reunited with Silas and finally found happiness in death with her true love after the Other Side deteriorated since Silas was last seen being sucked into oblivion. Tatia was born during the 10th century AD and lived in what would be the United States during the 10th century and was a contemporary of the Mikaelson Family. In The ReckoningTatia is first mentioned by Rebekahthough not by name, when she comments humorously that the original Petrova was much prettier than Elena.
Tatia's Husband Name Unknown: He was born during the 10th century AD and was married to Tatia. He had a child with her and he died in the battlefield. Tatia's Child Name Unknown: According to Elijah, Tatia had the child with another man, who was her husband, and had died in battle.
He was a Bulgarian man who lived during the 15th century. He watched his daughter, Katerina, give birth to a daughter in the year He took the baby away from Katerina moments after she was born, ashamed of his daughter for bearing a child out of wedlock. He disowned Katerina and banished her to England.
He was murdered by Klaus.
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He was also a Traveler and therefore, was a witch with magic. When they drank the immortality elixirthey violated the natural law that all living things must die, so Nature found a balance by creating mortal shadow selves. Qetsiyahone of the most powerful witches and member of a very gifted people called the Travelerscreated a spell for immortality with the intention that she and Silas would drink it together at their wedding.
However, Silas stole the immortality elixir and used it on himself and his lover, Amarawho was Qetsiyah's handmaiden, so that the two could be together for eternity.
Because Nature decreed that all living things must die, the Immortality Spell disrupted the balance Nature had created, which forced Nature to counter it by creating living "shadow-selves" of the immortal Silas and Amara who could die in their place. However, they have no actual supernatural powers of their own aside from the mystical properties of their blood, and the only reason it is known that they are truly supernatural is because Elena mercy-killed Alaric Saltzman while he was wearing a Gilbert Ring in hopes that it would cause him to come back, as the ring can only resurrect the wearer if they die at the hands of a supernatural being, and they were unsure of who had originally seriously wounded Alaric before Elena got there.
Since the ring brought Alaric back from the dead, it was confirmed that Elena, despite being otherwise human, was a supernatural being.
This also confirmed Elijah Mikaelson 's suspicion that the Gilbert ring wouldn't work on Elena because she was technically a supernatural being.
This could also be because vampires aren't fully invulnerable creatures like immortals are—they can be killed through various means such as staking, heart extractiondecapitationetc. History Silas and Amara: The World's First Immortals Amara, Silas, and Qetsiyah, the "original" tragic love triangle of the series Over two thousand years ago in ancient Greecea young witch named Silas was engaged to be married to Qetsiyahalso a fellow witch.
Together, they were the most powerful members of a gifted people called the Travelers. Silas told Qetsiyah that he wanted their love to last forever, even beyond death, and he convinced her to create a spell that would make them immortal. On the night that their wedding ceremony was to take place, Silas absconded with the elixir Qetsiyah had created, and as Qetsiyah watched the plant life around her wither before her eyes, she realized that not only had Silas taken the elixir and left her at the altar, he had also given her portion to someone else.
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She sought out Silas and found him in the wilderness with another woman — her handmaiden, Amara - who had taken Qetsiyah's share of the immortality elixir. Silas, having left Amara alone for an unknown reason, returned to their hiding place to find Qetsiyah crouching over the chalice that had held the elixir they were to drink at their wedding. He cautiously inquired after Qetsiyah's purpose for being there, so she explained that, to follow up her first gift of the immortality elixir, she had brought a second gift: The Cure for immortality.
Silas was dumbfounded, hardly believing her, but she insisted that it worked, as she had already used it on another immortal. Filled with dread, Silas ran into the tent he had shared with Amara, only to find blood soaked into every surface, as though someone had been brutally slaughtered there. Qetsiyah followed him into the tent and lifted a bloody human heart out of the chalice, admitting that she had slit Amara's throat before ripping her heart out.
She then gave him an offer to take the cure and spend the rest of his human life with Qetsiyah, an offer that Silas refused. In retribution for betraying her, Qetsiyah used the eternal and indestructible body of Amara whose death she had faked just prior to using magic to desiccate her into stone to create the supernatural purgatory known as the Other Side.
She then lured Silas to an island off of what is now Nova Scotia, Canada, where she trapped him inside a tomb and gave him a choice: Silas ultimately chose the latter and desiccated for the next two thousand years while the cure was left untouched. According to Qetsiyah, many identical replicas of Silas and Amara have been born over the centuries, finding each other time and time again as though drawn together by destiny. Tatia and the Mikaelson Family Tatia was a descendant of Amara and was her first known shadow-self.
She lived in the New World in what eventually became Mystic FallsVirginia, in the late 10th and early 11th centuries as a contemporary of the Mikaelson Family.