This is a story that is not accustomed, that is to say, that vampires are not always good. However, this vampire is. Damon, a vampire who comes on vacation, finds problems when getting back to Mystic Falls.
Ugh! This is so unbelievable. I need a drink. And then, I’m surprising my little brother.
Once he comes to the Salvatore residence, he sees that his brother is nowhere to found. This is a traumatic event (hero’s crisis) because he has no idea where his brother Stefan can be found, which is rare not to.
Well, brother! How have the squirrels treated you? Don’t tell me, I have to save you again from you darkest and creepiest side.
Damon calls his friend Alaric, which when he answers, he tells him to meet him at the bar. This is a supernatural aid (help), the hero is looking for someone to help him find his brother, which is strange for him to be gone.
Ok man. But please, don’t do anything stupid.
Answer Alaric! Ugh! Oh. Alaric, hi, meet me at the bar. I can’t find my brother, I might know Klaus has him as his *personal assistant*.
After talking with Alaric, Damon heads to Klaus’ house, which fortunately he will find Stefan. However, when he gets there, he sees his brother bad, in other words, as a Destripator. Damon fights with Klaus, and he takes his brother with him.
This is my home. You have no right to come and threaten me, you know that I am invincible. Your brother is here with me voluntarily.
Oh, well, well. What an obsession of yours of becoming hybrid. I’m taking my brother with or without your permission, you psycho.
Klaus becomes angrier than ever and promises revenge against the Salvatore brothers. This is a descent into darkness since Klaus appears as the enemy that wants to damage Stefan and also, has his reasons to fight against Damon.
They'll soon find out who's in charge here.
Damon wins the fight against Klaus and saves his brother. This is homecoming because, before he was on vacations and now, he has things to fix with Klaus.
You can keep those words, and instead, leave me alone.
I needed someone to take care of these squirrels, but as I see, you have broken your word, brother.