Maybe it as to do with the witch gene, it could be something that makes it difficult to let a witch carry a child. The doctor said that there was just something in her blood that was keeping her from having a baby, and perhaps thats the real reason why they are going extinct.
ITS NOT a witch Gene, Cordelia perfectly explained in the first episode that some witches decide not to reproduce because they were afraid of their power or something similar.
This season is about Mother and Daughter relationships, incest, betrayal and power abuse, so don't get surprised if you see Luke's mother trying to tease him or something like that.
While it is true Cordelia said some witches are relunctant to have kids, that doesn't immediately conclude that there isn't also something genetic that is hurting their population. To go from nearly 60 students to just 4, when we see they are actively looking for other witches, seems off. It makes me curious about Cordelia's biological infertility.
There is just a lot of stuff going on we aren't yet privy to.
Maybe Hank has poisoned her, afterall he is a witchhunter? Marie hired him to kill basically all of the witches there, and he has killed 7 already.
Think about it.
Are you implying that Cordelia used to be man?
There are a few times where I thought about the idea, but there are things that make this theory seem very unlikely.
Such as the fact that Cordelia seems to have been at this whole trying to get pregnant thing for a while, even before they attempted the fertility ritual, perhaps years and in "The Replacements" Cordelia seemed to be just finding out that she can’t get pregnant. Pretty strange for a trans person to be JUST NOW finding out that they cannot get pregnant. The theory just doesn’t seem to add up.
Maybe Cordelia was a stillborn baby and Fiona brought her back. Just think of that scene Fiona had with that mother and her stillborn in episode 5.
Perhaps those who are resurrected can't bare life themselves.
I've been thinking the exact same thing (minus the connection with her infertility but that makes sense) ever since we saw that scene with the baby girl. She seemed very moved and very touched by that mother who had lost her baby... the way she kept saying "tell her she's beautiful, tell her I'm your mother, I'll always be your mother until the day you die, tell her again..." etc, it felt like she was even more deeply touched by the death of that baby girl than the mother... and then she gave life to the baby girl...
I mean the scene was so... oddly sweet for a Fiona scene. My heart literally sank and I felt like Fiona had done this already, it really felt like it was bringing a painful memory. She didn't have to do this. She's not the kind of character who just DOES this. I mean Misty Day, sure, Misty Day would've wandered into that hospital room, talking about Stevie, and would've gladly brought back the little girl "just 'cause", but selfish, self-centered Fiona? No.
Also the scene itself was odd... a young mother, fair skinned, with blonde hair... I mean it took me a while (until Fiona picked up the baby) to realize that this was actually a scene from the present, and not a flashback... I legit thought it was Fiona lying on that bed.
But Fiona had a daughter while she was the reigning Supreme... I don't think that means something.
No. Fiona in the first episode told her (when arguing about Cordelia wasting her potential) "You are the Supreme's only daughter" but I don't think she meant "I'm the first Supreme to ever have a child", I think she meant "You're the only child I have".
She is sterile, only this...
What do you think?