Scott defeats Darach and the Alpha Pack and becomes a True Alpha.
In The Tell, Scott was seen on Video 2*C with Derek Hale on the rooftop the night the Alpha attacked and killed the store’s cashier, Leveque, while it was Jackson Whittemore and Lydia Martin were there to rent a movie.
His goal is to test if Scott is a worthy alpha who would kill to protect his pack from a threat. When that fails, Peter challenges Scott directly to see if Scott would be willing to kill him instead. However, Scott defeats him without killing him (again failing the test) and imprisons him in Eichen House.
‘Teen Wolf’ recap: Scott becomes a true alpha and Peter Hale returns to his evil self. Teen Wolf concluded the first half of its third season with Lunar Ellipse, an episode in which Scott finally became a “True Alpha” and Peter Hale returned to the dark side.
In Season 6B, Deucalion was killed by Tamora Monroe and her hunters after training Scott and Malia Tate to fight the Anuk-Ite by shooting her multiple times in the chest and abdomen.
Peter may be trying to drive a wedge between Scott and Chris, making Scott more vulnerable. The strategy would be as follows: If Peter can get a member of Scott’s pack to kill Kate, it can cause enough friction to divert Chris from his protective duties to the pack.
I noticed that Scott has more vangs now in the armed episode and at the time of death, which is a sign that he is evolving or turning into a full wolf like Derek. Derek started breeding more vangs in season 3a, then evolved into a wolf in the next season.
Scott was only able to get her to turn back into a human by becoming fully alpha; Allison (Crystal Reed) stopped being all shaky; and Stiles broke free from his supernatural dyslexia. In other words, they’re all better now! And the gang’s recovery couldn’t come at a better time.
Peter attempts to usurp Scott’s Alpha powers in Smoke and Mirrors and is jealous of how his first-bitten Beta became a true Alpha while being an Omega. Scott was dating his estranged daughter Malia at the end of the series.
Teen Wolf: Why the Beast of Gévaudan is the most powerful werewolf in the series. Of all the werewolves in the Teen Wolf series, this monstrous direwolf stands even above the alpha of alphas.
Scott’s eyes turn red because he’s a “true alpha” and not a regular alpha (who has yellow eyes in the show). Back in Teen Wolf Season 1, Scott struggled to control the beast within.
Unable to open his eyes or use his hands, Scott chose to gouge out his own eyes to fight Anuk-Ite blindness. The werewolf can catch the creature with some help from Stiles and some Rowan. And after several tense moments, Scott is able to heal his eyes after Malia kisses him.
Since Scott achieved true alpha status, he has steadily expanded his Teen Wolf pack by adding Kira, Malia, and Liam, the first beta werewolf Scott killed through a bite has bred. Through Liam, Mason and Corey entered Scott’s orbit.
Ethan and Aiden try to join Scott’s pack but are turned away. You’ll help Scott and his pack find William Barrow.
Peter claimed that coming back to life weakened him and he stayed close to his nephew for months to subtly manipulate him. Peter stayed out of conflict with a pack of Alphas until the very end, when he killed a renegade druid and declared himself “Alpha”.
He didn’t gain more power than he already gained when he became a Beta. This is why he was so weak compared to other Alphas, as they were given more power than they already had whenever Scott hadn’t.
Series. In season 4, Liam Dunbar is a freshman at Beacon Hills High School, best friend of Mason Hewitt, and plays on the Cyclones lacrosse team. Liam is attacked by a Wendigo, Sean Walcott, and then bitten by Scott McCall to save his life. He then joins Scott’s pack and becomes a werewolf and Scott’s Beta.
At the end of season one, Lydia was attacked and bitten by then-alpha werewolf Peter Hale, but in a shocking turn of events she neither died nor turned into a werewolf herself, a feat this was virtually unknown in the supernatural community.
In “Teen Wolf” Scott is bitten by Peter Hale and turns into a werewolf. He begins a relationship with Allison Argent, a new student who he later discovers is part of a werewolf hunting family.
Scott’s alpha status didn’t come through death as usual, but was pushed to the surface through a series of events that allowed him to reveal who he really was. Even better is the fact that a real Alpha makes him stronger than a normal Alpha.