This part of your argument makes absolutely no sense.dmra wrote: ↑Sat Oct 06, 2018 4:41 pmYes but then look at Layla's condition later when she was alone with Brooke. She's talking calmly and is showing no signs at all of distress. So again where was the urgency and where was the emergency. It looks to me like there was plenty of time to get proper help so nothing Brooke did was necessary.
Back in highschool there was a time I became dehydrated to the point of passing out on the sidewalk, but I remained cognizant the entire time. It took about 10 min. for EMS to arrive and another 15 to get to the hospital, due to traffic. During that time, I was able to answer questions from the ambulance team about what'd happened, my medical history, and who my emergency contacts were. Based on your logic, my condition wasn't that serious since I was able to do that for 15 min., so I guess EMS should've figured 'he's fine' and left me on the side of the road, even though I was lightheaded, nauseous, and too weak to move on my own (all symptoms of extreme dehydration).
So we're clear: That isn't sarcasm. It's meant to show why your argument doesn't hold water. People in worse condition than I was, or Layla's, have been able to move (with assistance) and explain what's happened to them, before getting treatment.
Yes. A relatively minor infraction does not suddenly make her a horrible person. Plus, she got her comeuppance immediately after Layla regained control of her psyche. Layla called her out for going along with Quintessa's intentions and she didn't get the vampire nookie Quintessa had tempted her with. So the matter's already been settled.
No (see: previous section).
Chloe's case is different. Regardless of her intentions, she has ruined several peoplels lives, including tearing a family apart. That's long-term consequences. It's the reason Slash-Stab decided to let her stay where she is.