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obsessionisaperfume:

Helping to hold down a beta werewolf isn’t the only time in this episode that Stiles shows that he’s stronger than he looks.

When Stiles grabs the lacrosse stick, Coach Finstock takes a step back as he tries to pull it out of Stiles’ grip.  But Stiles jerks it back, using both hands, and then continues to hold on to it one-handed while Finstock keeps trying to pull it away. It’s only when he uses both hands—and Stiles shifts his focus entirely to the photo—that he takes it away from Stiles.

Finstock outweighs Stiles, he’s pulling the stick at an upward angle, and he’s in a position to shift his weight significantly. Stiles’ underhand grip and Finstock’s leverage advantage as he stepped back should have made it easy to take back the lacrosse stick.  But maybe he wasn’t pulling too hard for fear of hurting Stiles.

I might buy that, if he weren’t clearly using his leverage to yank back hard on the stick with one hand while the other is clamped around Stiles’ wrist in such a way that his fingers are pressing down on the tendons in the fourth gif.  That should have a) loosened Stiles’ grip and b) allowed Finstock to push Stiles’ hand down the stick.  (DON’T.  I know you want to, but DON’T.  Because EUW.)

Yet even with that much advantage, Stiles not only pulls the stick back, he does it with one hand.

Somehow, Stiles’, “Better,” seems a little ominous, all of a sudden…

Well, there are a couple of ways we can look at this.

1. The new body that the Nogitsune created in order to separate himself from Stiles came with additional perks such as enhanced strength and possibly healing.

2. Stiles was never fully human to begin with and is something else that isn’t a shifter or a banshee.

3. A side effect of being sacrificed to the Nemeton and tying it to themselves. Scott is more calm and centered than before (Scott also only fully actualized himself as an Alpha AFTER the bath dip), Allison was more badass and on target as well, and Stiles was more connected to the spiritual realm all in the aftermath of being sacrificed to the Nemeton.

4. As the Avatar of the Nemeton/Emissary to the Pack Stiles gets perks in addition to his ability to do magic-like things with Mountain Ash that we’ve only seen Druids do.

5. A combination of some or all of the above.

I’m mostly leaning towards the Stiles has always been something else theory. Because it’s not only after the nogitsne or nemeton that he shows this unusual strenght. In 3a when Scott wanted his tattoo, Derek told Stiles to hold Scott down. And he did. He managed to hold down a werewolf in agonazing pain - now an argument could be made that Scott was holding back in order not to hurt Stiles but I doubt that’s the reason considering Scott was in so much pain he fainted so most likely he was also in no condition to hold back anything.

Another case is in s02 with Derek in the pool - Stiles held someone with Derek’s build in the pool for 2 hours while treading water and constantly looking around for the kanima. Not an easy feet no matter how you slice it and I think normal humans wouldn’t have made it that long for sure.

Now we have him holding Liam with Scott (notice Scott alone can’t do it) - a factor probably is that this time Liam isn’t moon-crazy but just having a fit over his former classmate but still pissed-off werewolf and Stiles manages on the same level as Scott.

Next week we see him with Derek (who’s loosing power) trying to hold Brett still on Deaton’s table. Now their both struggling with the kid, but again Stiles is on the same level as Derek who may be loosing power but he hasn’t lost it completely yet, he’s still a werewolf - I would say he’s as strong now as Scott on an average day.

I’m sure there are more case where Stiles displays similar not-quite-human abilities but even just from these here, I’d say we have a pattern.

I know people like the Spark theories as well, and while I personally am not super keen on Stiles being a BAMF supernatural the theories definitely have merit. 

If you read the Orphans of Chaos (a kind of indulgent book about children of gods), their powers all work differently in reality. IE Amelia’s spatial dimensional physics exists alongside Colin’s “I just have to dream it up”. It’s possible that Stiles’ “power” is along the line of Colin’s, the son of Morpheus. If he believes enough, he can power himself. When he doesn’t have faith in himself, he can’t do anything - he’s inert. When he does, he can crash his Jeep through a concrete wall without killing himself and Lydia.

Like mountain ash, Stiles only exists as a powerful being when he believes he is a powerful being. And then blah blah blah something about how the telluric currents amplifies that, probably. 

So Stiles can’t play lacrosse that well, but he played an amazing game once — because he scored one goal and started to believe in himself. It’s an iffy power because it’s not tangible — he can’t just believe harder. He can only do what he can logically believe he can do. “Derek thinks I can hold Scott, so I must be able to hold Scott.” 

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deedo2313:

Sterek Kiss ♥
Here is the ‘plain’ bigger version of the manip :D

deedo2313:

Sterek Kiss ♥



Here is the ‘plain’ bigger version of the manip :D

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The Maze Runner cast at EW’s photo studio (x)

The Maze Runner cast at EW’s photo studio (x)

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OH MY GOD

"We had this christmas tree and one time we were having people come over and Hoechlin picks up the christmas tree and he starts bringing it into his room. Me and Posey were like ‘What are you doing?!’ He’s like, ‘We’re having people over, I’m moving the tree into the room so it doesn’t get damaged.’ And I was like, ‘It’s not going to get damaged, what are you talking about, we’re not going to touch the tree.’ And he’s like, ‘Alright, you just gotta promise that you don’t break the tree.’" — Dylan O’Brien 

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We had this Christmas tree, and we kept it even beyond Christmas, me and Tyler loved it so much and one time we were having people come over and Hoechlin picks up the Christmas tree and he starts bringing it into his room and me and Posey were like ‘What are you doing?’ and he was like ‘we’re having people over, I’m moving the tree into the room so it doesn’t get damaged’ and I was like ‘it’s not gonna get damaged what are you talking about bro, we’re not going to like touch the tree’ and he was like ‘alright, you just got to promise that we don’t break the tree.’ Cut to-

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If Derek and Argent could sit down and have a glass of Bourbon or a glass of Whiskey, and just talk about Kate… it would be the most epic hate conversation. [x]

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