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T He Wb Series Charmed Essay

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CHARMEDMagic in itself is fascinating. Having such a tremendous power is amazing and the responsibilities that come with it are enormous. Fighting demons, evil witches and warlords and the ultimate bad guy "The Source" is what the Halliwell sisters were born for. The three sisters, Piper, Phoebe, and Paige Halliwell who are good witches, have such superb powers combined that they try to save the world from evil everyday while trying to sustain a normal mortal life like everyone else. Charmed a WB series comes on every Sunday evening in which the bond between three sisters, magic, the battle between good and evil and the weird and wonderful struggles of everyday life the sister's face.The ...view middle of the document...

Since in the past the three sisters had always vanquished all of the Sources minions in the effort to take over the world. Cole was a district attorney who thought he found the sisters' weakness which was to separate them and get them against each other so their bond could be broken by getting Phoebe to fall in love with him. But the sisters' bond was too great for him to break and then he was vanquished into the abyss only because Phoebe was still in love with Cole's human side. She saw the good in Cole's human side but the evil demon, Balthazar was too powerful.There is a constant battle between good and evil. The Charmed Ones are in a race against time when the mythological Pandora's Box falls in the hands of Katya, a shapeshifting demon who intends to open the box and fill the world with all of its sorrows. Phoebe and Piper try to find Hope, the Guardian who can return any released evil spirits back into the box. In their efforts to protect Hope, the sisters engage in an intense fight with Katya. Of course Katya was destroyed and Pandora's Box was safely in the custody of Hope.Maintaining a normal work, love and family life is this bizarre world. As hard as that is for us it's just as hard for the Charmed Ones as well. Phoebe, after losing her active power as an empath, is deeply effected by the loss of her nephew, Chris. Phoebe tries to...

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