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Maybe he did so because he didn't want them to have the benefits the rings provided them considering they destroyed them afterwards and also because it weakened Klaus. I'm not sure how much they weakened Klaus but for him to be ranting about that it must've been a bit bad. Either way I do think he could've defended himself regardless. Klaus seemed like he was having an orgasming everytime they took the rings off haha! Although like you said they could've just killed their asses while the sun was still shining and did the same thing.

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