- Jan 29, 2017
No, Cordelia wasn't forced. That's why she hid the affects from everyone in the group. She knew they could remove the visions or transfer them to someone who's body could handle them. She ignored her best options and opted for becoming part of another species because it meant she was allowed to keep the visions. She'd rather die with the visions than live without the visions.Doyle was a horrible individual who deliberately inflicted his visions on Cordelia then dying and leaving her to face the consequences. Cordelia was forced to make the choice of increasing pain and debility leading to death or acceptance of demon possession which would enable her to survive. Cordelia chose demon possession, giving me the impression that Doyle was the leading edge of the eventual Jasmine story. There are a number of people who think Buffy was horrible to give slayer powers to unsuspecting girls all over the world (I am not among them) even though they were being hunted by the bringers. What Doyle did is far worse - he crippled Cordelia with visions that were not survivable as a human.
Soul mates? Soul destroyer is more like it.
I'm not sure i'm understanding what you mean correctly. I think you mean that he treats her like she's some kind of puzzle he has to solve? I'm not sure, though - so please correct me if I'm misunderstanding you.The thing that bothers me about Doyle is that he treats Cordelia a bit too much like a puzzle box.