Aurora and Klaus in 'The Axeman's Letter'
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The Mikaelsons' past is coming to New Orleans one by one, and posing problems for them in the present. The latest one to join them is the first in Rebekkah's sire-line, Aurora.

From the handful of episodes she has appeared in, we know that Aurora (Rebecca Breeds) is not one to mess with. She remorselessly killed quite a few monks, and is frustrated by the fact that her brother made her a glorified prisoner.

Towards the end of Season 3 Episode 4, it was revealed that she is in New Orleans, and has already started wrecking havoc. In the past however, she is shown as a loving, caring woman, who is subdued by her sadistic brother's borderline obsessive devotion to her.

She falls in love with Klaus (Joseph Morgan), and for some reason, they parted ways. In fact, when Lucien (Adrew Lees) first arrives, Klaus asks him how Aurora is doing, to which Lucien replies they went their separate ways centuries ago.

It seems like Aurora still carries a torch for Klaus, because in the promo clip for Episode 5 "The Axeman's Letter" we see her seeking the Original vampire out. She has left a note for Klaus, which reads, "Roses are red, Violets are blue, Come find me, Before I find you". In the next scene, we see Klaus and Aurora meeting face to face, wherein she greets him with, "Hello, my Love".

It is not known if she is obsessed with him, or she wants revenge of some sort, but from the looks of it, they are meeting at Cami's (Leah Pipes) bar. Regardless of the reason, Cami will be danger, because it is not easy to see Klaus has a soft spot for the human.

Lucien knew it and used Cami as a way to get Klaus to listen. If Aurora, uses Cami to get what she needs – revenge or love – it will tear Klaus apart. He might even go as far as to turn her into a vampire, to save her life, and that would mean the end of one token human in "The Originals".

Watch out for Season 3 Episode 5 of "The Originals" at 9.00 pm (EST) on The CW on Thursday, 4 November. You can also live stream "The Axeman's Letter" via CWTV.

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