The only way that Chloe should get the bee miraculous is through a redemption arc. Only good people receive the miraculous unless it is found like Hawkmoth's. So, if Chloe starts to realize what a mean person she can be then fixes it, she can get the bee miraculous. We could also find out about her mother and her life, because she probably has some self-doubt and confidence issues. That's why she acts like she is better than everybody else. It is her way of hiding her insecurities by taking it out on others. That's why the logical route for Chloe would be a deep redemption arc and character development to become a superhero.
cHlOeS cOlOrS bEe MaTcHinG sHe Is GeTtInG tHe BeE MiRaCuLoUs
A hero isn’t someone who lives above us, keeping us safe. A hero is not a god or an idea. A hero lives here, on the street, among us, with us. Always here but rarely recognised. Look in the mirror and see yourself for what you truly are.
Karen Page summarising the ethos of Marvel’s Netflix shows: The Street Hero. Plus an anti-registration undertone for Civil War.
There is a trope that I have seen, in the very few fics where Moira is featured even a little, of Moira basically being elitist or classist. Mostly in terms of a relationship or a marriage (mostly that she wouldn’t want Oliver to marry Felicity). Idk if it was just a couple people that I happened to read or if that’s genuinely what a lot of people think about her but I just wanted to take a moment to say:
Because there is ZERO CANON EVIDENCE to support such an idea.
As a matter of fact, there is significant evidence of just the opposite. For starters, remember when Thea broke up with Roy because Moira’s lawyer told her to? Moira found out and was immediately like “No Thea that’s a bad idea he makes you happy so please for the love of god get back together with him.”
Moira’s life was literally on the line; Jean Loring had said that Thea not dating Roy would help her case. But even still Moira was supportive of Thea and Roy’s relationship simply because it made her happy–and honestly if there was anyone she had reason to not like her daughter dating, an ex-gangbanger is pretty high up on that list. But she never at any point showed any judgement toward him or hesitance or anything!
Because here’s the thing: Moira did plenty of questionable things, yes, but there were always two basic reasons:
She wanted her children to be safe and happy
She wanted her children to love her and respect her
How does disapproving of her children’s relationships with people who make them happy (whoever that my be) help with either one of those? (Hint: it doesn’t)
Furthermore, there is no indication that she ever disapproved of Oliver’s relationship with Laurel, who was clearly middle class. And she spent a significant amount of time in prison without a single complaint! Like honestly where do you people even get your ideas sometimes????
Yes, Moira was mean to Felicity. But that had nothing to do with her relationship (whatever it was at that point) with Oliver and everything to do with the fact that Felicity knew something that would compromise her children’s love and respect for her. That’s it. If that had never happened, and Felicity really made Oliver happy (or whomever you ship with him, if you don’t ship Olicity), then Moira would be insanely supportive. Because she wants her kids to be happy.