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Renesmee (pronounced 'Mary Sue') Carlie Cullen (nicknamed Nessie), a character in the four book Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer, introduced in the fourth book Breaking Dawn. She has currently caused the downward spiral of Twilight as a barely respected fandom, much to Meyer's butthurt dismay.

The spawn of Bella Sue Swan and Edward Sparkle Cullen's bed-breaking, headboard-banging, pillow-biting loveplay, Nessie is typically described in Breaking Dawn as "a giant, sparkly demon spawn," "the Loch Ness Monster" and "an abortion." Meyer herself describes Nessie as a "glowing, wonderful, half-human, half-vampire baby that everybody should love, BUY ONE RIGHT NOW AND GET 20 PERCENT OFF YOUR INEVITABLE PURCHASE OF THE TWILIGHT SAGA CONCORDANCE, coming this Christmas! It'll be something the entire family can enjoy!"

Renesmee's nickname, "Nessie," can be attributed to Jacob Black, her mother's former boyfriend and Nessie's own future lover (Jacob had imprinted on a fresh-out-of-the-bloody-womb Nessie).

Nessie's birth and conception are controversial topics in Breaking Dawn, leading many a fan as to question Meyer's knowledge of sex and 10th grade biology. Meyer, who had stated venom had impregnated Bella in the book, cannot answer this herself, complaining that "my characters keep secrets from me," further proof she is a nut case.

As a half-human half-vampire spawn, Nessie enjoys the best of both worlds of humanity and vampirism. According to Breaking Dawn, Nessie will grow up in 7 years of human life, and will stop growing once she's legal and Jacob can finally consummate their love. (Eventually Jacob will have to have a seat right over there.) Also included in the vampire/human package is Nessie's vampire power of displaying her thoughts to a person by touching them, as if the simple thoughts of a plesiosaur was important to anyone. Scientists call it a marvel.

The introduction of Nessie instigated widespread negative reactions by Twilight fans the world over, leading to mass sporkings, book burning and returning. A butthurt Meyer had remarked that she had indeed planned for everything for Bella to be perfect and unrealistic. One interviewer could plainly see Meyer's smug satisfaction of fantasy fulfillment. Meyer has constantly backhanded questions of the possibility Renesmee with half-assed answers. Fans were not amused.
Renesmee? Psh, that sounds like it came out of a fanfic on Fanfiction.net!

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It ends at Eclipse.
by hide-n-seek August 14, 2008

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