Tara - The Good Witch ||>
we see Willow sliding into darkness, I think that it has highlighted
another, maybe even more important, witch. While the writers
have even stopped referring to Willow as a "wicca,"
Tara has been coming into her own as the most ethical witch
we have seen on BtVS.
At first, as a shy nobody, the audience didn't really know
much about Tara. All we could see was that she was an extension
of of her girlfriend. Like Oz, she did not say much, just
happily went about being in a perfect relationship.
Unlike Oz however,
her character has seen major developments. Lucky for us, we can
see her change into a more vocal, self-assured woman. Instead
of playing the part of an extension, she has become more of a
conscience for the group. Although "under Willow's spell,"
she has come about as clear-headed and having a very "fine
mind." She is wholly ethical and moral, but not so closed-minded
that she can't be swayed by logic.
Bargaining, she was convinced that it was a good idea
to bring Buffy back. However, she has not switched her moral
compass, as she still thinks that frivolous magic is wrong
and was willing to make her relationship with Willow unstable
because of it. She is also very powerful, although she does
not show it often.
Like the quiet student with hidden depth, she passes both
the magical and mundane tests of life with flying colors.
With God himself.
despite her recurring rather than regular status, Tara will most
likely be the character to watch. As the lines between black and
white become blurrier and the Scoobies go down the left-hand path
for a bit, she will be the one most likely to set things right.