Nadja ascends to the Supreme Council


What we do in the shadows‘Nadja of Antipaxos (Natasia Demetriou) is destined to ascend to the Supreme Council of vampires. A 500-year-old vampire of Roma descent, Nadja led a very disadvantaged life as a human. But in What we do in the shadows Season 3, Nadja, along with her roommates Nandor (Kayvan Novak), Laszlo (Matt Berry), and Colin (Mark Proksch), are promoted to become the leaders of the local Vampire Council.

In the final episode of What we do in the shadows Season 2, the group is summoned by the Vampire Council to be executed for killing Baron Afanas (Doug Jones). However, Guillermo (Harvey GuillĂ©n) breaks his masters and kills the councilors in the process. While this makes the vampires fear retaliation from the other elders, the High Council recognizes the massacre as a sign of strength. And as a result, Nadja’s group was promoted to the new leaders of the local Vampiric Council.

While Laszlo and Colin are not interested in their new leadership roles, Nadja and Nandor argue over who can sit on the council throne, much to the chagrin of the Floating Woman aka the Vampire Council Guide (Kristen Schaal) . Guillermo convinces Nadja and Nandor to let him sit on the throne to keep the appearance that the council is united by a single figure. However, this is only a temporary solution to the tensions between Nadja and Nandor. And the evidence suggests that Nadja will not only take the throne of the local Vampire Council; Eventually he will also rise through the ranks to become a member of the Supreme Council.

Before the four vampires rose to become the leaders of the local Vampire Council, it was Nandor who dealt primarily with the affairs of the council. Nandor is the de facto leader who answers emails and deals with the vampiric bureaucracy. However, it is Nadja who clearly has the most natural leadership ability. Even when energy vampire Colin Robinson, along with Laszlo and Nandor, are adamant about their opinions on vampire matters, they often end up following Nadja’s lead, as their decisions are often congruent with the traditional dominant perspective expected of them. older vampires. For example, it was Nadja’s violent vocal objections to Baron Afanas’s orders that ultimately led them to follow through on the plan to kill him, which likely would have happened had Guillermo not accidentally finished the job.

Nadja was also right about Laszlo’s witch fur hat curse, and the whole group would have avoided all trouble with Simon the Devious (Nick Kroll) if Laszlo had followed her advice on getting rid of the hat. Furthermore, when the Guide calls on Nadja and Nandor to fulfill their duties of judging the wrong vampires for the council, Nadja is far more decisive than Nandor, whose bureaucratic tendencies tend to hinder decision-making. And while Guillermo’s vampire-killing abilities give him the highest kill count in What we do in the shadows, the most brutal vocal insults on the show undoubtedly belong to Nadja. This strong penchant for name calling will come in handy as you rise to become a member of the Supreme Council, allowing you to dominate vampires who are far more assertive than your roommates and the remaining vampires in New York.

As the group’s recent promotion shows, the Supreme Council respects brutality. There is no doubt that Nadja is the most brutal and dangerous vampire in the main cast. When it comes to brutality, her roommates pale in comparison. For example, Laszlo only kills out of necessity, like when he murdered a Pennsylvania bar owner to take over and take on the role of beloved human waitress Jackie Daytona. Meanwhile, the energy vampire Colin has never killed anyone, although the fate of his victims may be worse than death. As for Nandor, who was a mass murderous political and military leader based on Vlad the Impaler, he has actually shown disdain for violence. Instead, it’s always Guillermo who does all the killing for Nandor. However, Guillermo, who will probably never become a vampire, is not a true contender for the throne.

Also, while Guillermo’s death count is unrivaled, the most brutal death still belongs to Nadja, when she ripped the heart out of a vampire who refused to pay council dues, essentially ending a fledgling vampire rebellion with a single movement. Nadja also accidentally kills Nandor’s werewolf love interest Gail (Aida Turturro) when she kicks a ball that hits her on the head, which happened during the Twilight parody episode, in which vampires played kickball with werewolves. While Nadja has only killed humans for blood during previous seasons, What we do in the shadows Season 3 appears to be exploring his ability for decisive violence, which will win the favor of the Supreme Council.

Despite Nandor’s past of devastating countless lives over several For centuries, he is mostly unwilling to commit any real violence and often focuses on the bureaucratic aspects of leadership. That is why Nandor will likely step aside for the much more decisive Nadja to take the throne of the Vampiric Council. With Nadja as the leader, Nandor can do what he does best and let his familiar and bodyguard, the vampire hunter Guillermo, do all the dirty and violent work for the council. Furthermore, Nadja had already demonstrated the ease with which she could manipulate Nandor when she made him take the blame for the Sire’s escape, which was actually his fault. Undoubtedly, this incident will also influence the debate about who deserves the throne more. Meanwhile, the recently resurrected Baron Afanas, who is now vampiric royalty, is unlikely to threaten Nadja’s ascension. As for the Floating Woman, also known as the Guide, she probably sees Nadja as a decisive leader, someone she can serve loyally.

On the flip side, these are the paths that would make the most sense for the show’s main characters. And if there is something certain about What we do in the shadows‘main characters, is that they are highly unpredictable. Although Nadja’s rise to the Vampire Throne and the Supreme Council of Vampires makes sense, it might be more fun for Nandor, Laszlo, or even Colin to get the promotion and interact with more powerful and dominant vampires. For now, it remains to be seen whether What we do in the shadows he’s ready to take such a big and unusually sensible leap for the show.




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