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5 Tragic Details You Need To Know About ‘Twilight’ Werewolf Leah Clearwater

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From 2008 to 2012, fans knew everything about the Twilight series. The supernatural fantasy saga focused on Bella Swan and Edward Cullen, but it also featured secondary characters, including Jacob Black’s wolf pack’s most interesting female character: Leah Clearwater. While she may not be as popular, these five tragic facts deserve some attention.

Her Tragic Love Story

Fans noticed Leah spent most of the Twilight series with an obvious grudge towards the wolf pack leader, Sam Uley. It’s because he is at the center of her tragic love story. The two were in a serious, committed relationship in high school until Sam transformed into a werewolf. But that wasn’t the only thing that ended their relationship.

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He Left Her For Someone Else

When Leah’s cousin, Emily, visited her for the first time at La Push, Sam knew he found his soulmate. He “imprinted” on her—an involuntary mechanism in which Quileute werewolves find their true loves. Sam immediately broke up with Leah and began dating Emily. Leah never recovered from the unexpected heartbreak.

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She Gave Her Dad A Heart Attack

Unlike the film adaptation, Stephenie Meyer’s novel, New Moon, has more depressing stories, including the tale of when Leah transformed into a werewolf. Her father worried that his son, Seth, would become a werewolf, but he hardly expected his daughter would transform first. The shock caused him to suffer from a massive heart attack.

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She Wanted To Get Away From Sam

When Sam found out Bella was pregnant in Breaking Dawn, he decided to eliminate Bella and her baby. Jacob protected Bella by starting his own wolf pack. Seth joined his pack and Leah followed suit to protect her brother, but her reasons for joining weren’t entirely selfless. By leaving Sam’s pack, she could separate from him and his relationship with Emily. She was finally free.

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She Didn’t Want To Be A Werewolf

The werewolves seem to enjoy their abilities to shape-shift into strong, fast supernatural creatures. That doesn’t include Leah, who confessed to Jacob she intends to quit phasing as soon as she’s able to control it. Instead, she wants a “normal” life where she can attend community college, meditate and participate in yoga classes, and be a regular human. We hope Leah received the happy ending she deserved.

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