- Jul 29, 2016
But then surely as a "responsible" witch, Tara should know that some people find magic addictive and shouldn't go peddling it to other magic users who only lightly dabble. Willow's magic usage went up a lot more once she met Tara.That seemed very realistic to me. Tara could do it without it ruining her life, Amy could not. Willow followed Amy down her path. I could easily see magic being addictive but I never really thought it was a metaphor as much as straight up 'magic can be addictive'
If Willow had gotten involved in using darker magics (which the resurrection spell was) then fair play to Tara for wanting to curb that behaviour, however aside from the resurrection spell (which all the scoobies agreed to except Giles, Spike and Dawn who were kept out of the loop), Willow wasn't really involved in dark magics so Tara was having a go at Willow for doing something that she got Willow involved in in a more heavier way.