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Implanting on someone?

i didn't understand Jacob's explanation to Bella about implanting on someone, so what does it mean?
 MJ_Fan_4Life007 posted over a year ago
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ebcullen4ever said:
You mean imprint,not implant.I will try to explain it.It's sort of like love at first sight,but it's stronger.When a wolf imprints,the imprintee is the strongest candidate to continue the lineage of the wolf line.The imprintee becomes the center of gravity to the imprinter.Their every happiness is all that matters to the imprinter.Does that help you understand the whole imprinting thing better now?I hope I helped you to understand it better.
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yea i meant imprinting lol and you helped me a lot thanks! :)
MJ_Fan_4Life007 posted over a year ago
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glad i could help u :)
ebcullen4ever posted over a year ago
cassie-1-2-3 said:
There are two distinct theories within the books. When people try to explain imprinting, they tend to only explain one of the theories.

The best way to learn about imprinting is to read this.
http://twilightsaga.wikia.com/wiki/Imprinting
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Flickerflame said:
It's a recognition of a soulmate, or the best person to continue the wolf line with. It happens whenever the imprinter first sees the imprintee after having become a werewolf (if they'd known each other before then, he wouldn't imprint until he was a wolf). When the wolf imprints, the imprintee becomes the most important person in his life. All other relationships and connections become meaningless in comparison, and its as if the wolf is held on earth by the imprintee instead of gravity. In most cases, it's love at first sight. Imprinting can also occur if the imprintee's a child, though, and in those cases the wolf becomes a protector first, almost like an older brother, then a best friend and then it becomes romantic when she's an adult.
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