We say goodbye, and the next thing, you guys are back in my house." Sookie Stackhouse is a halfling, and main protagonist, on the HBO original series True Blood.
Her Fae heritage is so extremely diluted, however, that her Faerie powers are limited and finite.
Sookie exhibits the down-home kindness that is stereotypical of the Deep South, and she is usually willing to help someone in need.
Although Sookie is kind, she never hesitates to stand up for herself and her beliefs, even when face-to-face with an angry vampire or her best friend.
However, her affinity for vampires often puts her and her loved ones into harm's way.
Vampires are instantly attracted to her because she is Fae, and she emits a delicious aroma that only vampires can smell.
We know now that they were drawn to each other because he was a vampire.
She’s drawn to his and Eric’s darkness and they are drawn to her light. So it’s entirely possible that Sookie could end up with Eric, or no one at all, but they’ve spent all season teasing us with a Sookie-Bill reunion.The titular character and narrator of The Sookie Stackhouse Novels, the series of books in which True Blood is based, Sookie is descended from Niall Brigant, the King of the original tribe of Fae, and was last seen in the series' finale episode, " In the television series, Canadian-born New Zealand actress Anna Paquin portrays Sookie.In order to portray a Sookie closer to the books, Paquin had to undergo a number of cosmetic changes.It turned out, though, that Bill did not walk into that bar by accident. Here are six turning points in Sookie and Bill's relationship. He was sent by Queen Sophie Anne to get close to Sookie and see if she was fae so that she could breed her. Add in the whole mess with Lorena, and that whole Billith fiasco, and their relationship has suffered some irreparable damage. Sookie is loyal to her friends, but when a friend does not return that loyalty she is deeply hurt.