I personally don’t see a power struggle in the Scott/Derek relationship anymore. I think they’ve both very much accepted who each other is, as a person or a werewolf in the pack. They both have a mutual respect for each other at this point. Derek has had a really important realization in that he’s not an Alpha. That’s not his role. I think he’s recognized that his role is exactly what it was in the beginning with Scott, which was the student/teacher kind of thing. I can pass on knowledge that I have. It’s like “those who can’t do, teach.” Because Derek can’t be an Alpha. It’s not his purpose and that’s not what he’s meant to be. Scott is a True Alpha and that’s his purpose in life as leader of the pack. So I can help make him stronger through the wisdom and knowledge that Derek has, but I don’t think there’s going to be a power struggle or anything. That’s the role Derek has accepted. —Tyler Hoechlin in response to “Will we see any power struggles between these two, or has Derek accepted Scott’s role as the Alpha?" (X)
#tw

lycantrophies:

you said my name but the devil came

There’s a fly.

wolfwrecked:

Stiles, if you have it, we’ll do something… I’ll do something

foxedfire:

Think of it more like sharing a few trade secrets.

WAKE UP STILES

jensensackles:

You’ll probably see a lot more concern from Derek than you would have in the first two or three seasons where he would have been like, “Just kill him…because I don’t like him anyway…and it’s an easy reason to get him out of here.” I think you’ll actually see a little bit more concern and care from Derek.” - Tyler Hoechlin

#derek #tw #*u*
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