This is the relationship between the former Enhanced Original Vampire-turned-human Alaric Saltzman and the witch Bonnie Bennett. Throughout the The Vampire Diaries, Alaric has aligned with Bonnie (and vice versa) to stop their enemies from destroying them and their town. However, they learn that the Heretics are back and takeover Mystic Falls after they get back from traveling to the world with Damon. They keep each other in check throughout Season Seven. Specifically, Bonnie frequently warned him about using the Phoenix Stone on his former fiancé, but they ended up bringing her corpse back to life with another vampire. They continue to grow closer in friendship and are allied together to stop the Heretics from taking more of what they love.
Throughout The Vampire Diaries SeriesEdit
In Do Not Go Gentle, Esther Mikaelson possesses Bonnie's body to feed Alaric her blood as he is about to die in transition from dying with vampire blood in his system. He is then turned into The Darkness as a vampire, unable to grasp sanity, until he is killed when Elena drowns.
Throughout the beginning of the season, Bonnie keeps him in check after helping him grieve the loss over his former fiancé. However, she tries to talk him out of the fantastical idea of resurrecting his former fiancé, with a Phoenix Stone. After some arguing, they both decide to give it a try after they are forced to resurrect Oscar, a Heretic, with the Phoenix Stone. After realizing that the stone only brings back deceased vampires trapped in some kind of purgatory, Bonnie lets him know as easily as she can. Alaric is somewhat heartbroken by this, but he offers to help the stranger in his former fiancé's body.
In Hello, Brother, Alaric and Bonnie share a phone call about Stefan and Caroline and the issue of Enzo and Damon. Both Alaric and Bonnie try to offer each other some advice to handle their life problems.
- Both are the best friends of Damon Salvatore.
- Both have died and come back to life multiple times.
- Both have been killed and on the Other Side.
- Both have lost someone they cared about or had romantic feelings for.