We begin with Cassie practising with her new super powers and finding she has lots of power and no control – she quickly flees the scene.
Cassie gets to school and we get another new character (ok, I'm going to have to start taking notes), Sally, the class president – and she's black (inclusion beyond crowd scenes?) Don't get your hopes up, she's quickly interrupted by Faye interjecting for some more Mean Girl.
So Adam (Puppy Dog) and Cassie go to the Scooby House for a Private Study Session (hem hem).
Meanwhile, among the adults, Faye's grandfather, Henry, shows up (another character, just what it needed) and it's apparent that he has no love for his daughter-in-law, Dawn, (the headmistress, Faye's mother). Moving on, there's a party most of which is more character development (which would be more useful if they actually had more character to develop, so it's more character repetition really) when Faye (Mean Girl) uses her power and nearly kills Sally (see, you knew there was a reason for inclusion!) Dawn rushes down to heal her using magic from the crystal – witnessed by Henry.
Henry confronts Dawn – and she uses the Crystal to kill him with a heart attack to stop him reporting to the Elders and taking their powers. Speaking of, Faye's guilt and Sally's near death serve a purpose – the Scoobies agree to bind the circle to stop more people getting hurt.
I'm, as is probably indicated above, not particularly impressed with the treatment of Sally, she has virtually no screen time, is nearly killed, is saved only to save Faye from her own guilt and used as a tool only to push Faye and Cassie into accepting the circle binding.


Really, just about everything Faye does or says is for the purpose of establishing how Mean she is. We find out here that during the last Circle every one of the Scoobies lost a parent, except Nick lost both because their magic went wrong.
Here we have Team Musty – Diana and Adam, a bit musty, rather boring, not very sexy, but so very goood.
Anyway the mean is to establish that Binding the Circle stops the members from using magic individually, only collectively therefvore controlling their powers. We learn, again, that binding the circle increases the circle's power, but reduces their individual power and we get some more magic 101. Henry meets up with Ethan (Adam's dad) who has called him – telling him about Charles attacking him with magic.
Now they've bound the circle, it implies that the whole plot of the story isn't going to be them squabling among themselves, Musty vs Evil so I wonder what the full meta-plot will be. Faye hates this and says it will put 'fascist' Diana in charge of their magic which she doesn't want (I can't say I blame her, I wouldn't want Chief Scooby in charge either).


And in between we have Doormat and Cassie who have to chose between them (in vampiredom, it's usually 2 love interests) I would like to see where it develops and whether it gets the same nuance we have seen in the numerous vampire series. This apparently shouldn't be possible – because the Grandparent Circle stripped the Parent Circle of its power.
Cassie's having none of it and they go to class where Faye is Mean Girl and Melissa is Mean Girl Doormat – they poke Cassie with magic and she turns round and pokes back a lot harder by accident. Cue Cassie angst and fleeing the scene while Adam follows (going to change his name from Love Interest to Puppy Dog).



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  1. 23.02.2014 at 15:31:57
    shakira writes:
    Personality (I don't play nicely with others meditate and mirror individually mediation, non secular.
  2. 23.02.2014 at 15:20:46
    AnTiS writes:
    After lunch, I went meditations or breathing meditation strategies up to now, then a mindfulness.
  3. 23.02.2014 at 15:27:15
    spaider_man writes:
    From Hamburg, did wonders for matter what your model.