Renesmee even though she was a infant she was very smart a knew that her mother "Bella" was dying, & needed
So we're a bit distressed to hear that our girl Kristen gets chewed up – literally! – in "Breaking Dawn – Part 1." When we heard that Robert Pattinson's Edward is forced to quite literally chew a fetus out of Bella when a scalpel can't penetrate the placenta, we freaked out a little bit.
As for distinguishing features, Bella has a small crescent-shaped scar on her hand where she was bitten by James, a tracker vampire, in Twilight.
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James, the tracker vampire that hunts her in the first movie, bites Bella on her right arm during the big fight scene. Edward stops the venom from turning her into a vampire, but the bite still scars Bella.
Renesmee even though she was a infant she was very smart a knew that her mother "Bella" was dying, & needed Edward's venom, she bit Bella"her mom" to snap her out of the moment of seeing her newborn 'Renesmee " so she could get the much needed venom from Edward, so she'd have a fighting chance of living.
Bella gets pregnant after one night of passionate sex with her husband Edward the vampire, sex that leads to the destruction of their idyllic honeymoon suite.
' When she gives birth, Edward rips open Bella's stomach with his teeth to get the baby out. It's a bloody and gruesome birth.
Edward also displays many stereotypical characteristics of abusers. First, one of his hallmark characteristics is his control over Bella and his attempts to isolate her from others. Abusers often use this tactic as a way of ensuring that their victims have no way to escape should they attempt to do so.
In the world of Twilight, vampire women are unable to get pregnant because their body can not change to hold a fetus. But men are apparently able to get human women pregnant.
On Tuesday, Us Weekly revealed photographs of Stewart passionately kissing Rupert Sanders, the director of her latest film, Snow White and the Huntsman. Sanders, at 41, is nearly twice the age of the 22-year-old Stewart, and what's worse, he's married with two young children.
Alice was transformed by an old vampire who worked at the asylum to protect her from James, a tracker vampire who was hunting her. After some research, Alice found her grave and discovered that the date on her tombstone matches the date of her admission to the asylum.
James was the leader of his coven, with his mate Victoria and his coven mate Laurent. He caught the scent of Bella Swan, and hunted her as his next meal in Twilight. Using his power of tracking, he found Bella in Phoenix, and tried to lure her into a trap by claiming he had captured Bella's mother, Renée Dwyer.
Either way, we know you've been wondering—how the hell does Edward Cullen get it up? Vampires have blood, which is what's used to fill those erections generally required for sex, in their system only after they've hunted and sucked their victims dry.
As a result, she not only gains immeasurable strength and good health, but her daughter, Renesmee, is born a vampire-human hybrid. Renesmee is special, because she is not an Immortal Child, or a child that was bitten by a vampire. Instead, Renesmee is born biologically.
Breaking Dawn links sex and danger, at least initially. Before Bella becomes a vampire, sex with Edward poses a serious threat to her. Edward is afraid that he'll accidentally kill Bella, and she does indeed wake up covered in bruises after they first have sex. However, Bella doesn't seem to mind.
During biology class, Edward reacted with disgust towards her, as if she was nauseating to him, and it was later revealed this was because the scent of her blood was irresistible to him.
No. So powerfully was Bella's subconscious knowledge trying to break through her wrong-headed notions, that it produced some very convincing delusions. I'm not surprised that people thought, in the beginning, that Edward was somehow there (wishful thinking on all our parts).
Vampires in Meyer's world don't sleep, so Edward had too much time on his hands and used it to watch Bella sleep, as uncomfortable as that is to many readers and viewers. Midnight Sun didn't skip that part of Twilight and revealed that what Edward did while Bella slept was kill spiders.
Edward reads Renesmee's mind. Edward hears inappropriate thoughts from Mike Newton about Bella and discovers Jacob's appearance using mind reading to pick up his mind.
In reality, Edward's eyes changed color because he was out hunting to make sure he could stand being around Bella without killing her. In the book, Bella asks Edward this question in the classroom and simply shrugs it off without a response.
Why did Bella's eyes change from red to yellow? All vampires start off with red eyes when they become newborns, but they can change to gold if they drink animal blood. A prime example is Bella who had red eyes when born into a vampire, then they gradually turned gold when she fed off of animal blood.
Bella's mind shield is able to block any vampire power that affects her brain. That's why Edward and Aro couldn't read her mind, Jane couldn't make her feel pain (it was only creating the illusion of pain), and Zafrina couldn't make her see visual projections she was able to make everyone else see.
Bella is a shield which means she is unaffected by any mental powers like mind reading or Jane's pain powers. Jane doesn't actually hurt the body she only produces an illusion of pain so Bella is immune. Bella's body is susceptible to physical powers like Jasper's and Alice.
Jacob has run away because he got that invite from Edward to the wedding. Bella chooses Edward, of course, and they get married. While on their honeymoon, Bella becomes pregnant.