Nothing that happened in the past was ever their fault. They were just different. They weren't human enough to blend in. So they were burned alive for it on a stake. Two innocent 12-year-olds with strange physic abilities. When that kind of thing happens to someone, they turn into dark, evil people. But they are not. They're just hurt.
Jane and Alec are just doing what they think is right and they are willing to follow their creator (Aro) because he's the reason their alive and they respect and are loyal to him. They have amazing powers, so that's super awesome, and their powers make them the most powerful vampires alive, maybe with more training to fight they'd be better off though. Aro should think about that now that he's seen his vision, Alec getting killed easily and Jane having to run away because she had no reason to train for fighting since she was told no one was immune to her power. Rock on Jane and Alec!
They are adorable! And so what if they kill? Everyone is a little cruel deep inside!
They kick ass
They are immortal children, they must like Renesmee deep down.
They care for everyone they live with
Alec complements Jane
They are short (someday small people will take over the world)
Jane is pretty
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They stick up for the law
They kick ass to tall people (now tell me that is not cool)
They were burnt (give them a little respect)
Their master -- Aro -- is sweet
they have cool friends
Aro brainwashed them; they believe they are doing the right thing
They are 13 forever. They're practically kids!
No one except Aro likes them or gives them any respect (except fear), so they're probably lonely.
They love and need each other (not twincest, just "you are my brother/sister so I love you.")
Neither of them has a mate, poor kids.
They were changed young, yet they kick ass
They're loyal to Aro
They didn't choose to be changed yet they still kick ass.
The kick arse and are only 13. There powers are strong enough to wipe out basically everyone except Bella and who she shields
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