History Characters / Elementary

19th Jan '17 3:02:28 PM Dragon101
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* {{Narcissist}}: Moriarty is a cold, manipulative chameleon who believes she is superior to ''everyone''. The reason she [[spoiler: became Irene Adler]] was to examine Sherlock up close and personal as a warped experiment after she thought he was a threat but was intrigued by how similar their minds were; the reason she [[spoiler: faked her death]] was because she concluded that she was ''better'' than he was and hat he therefore posed no threat- she views his subsequent emotional breakdown and spiral into drugs not as a destructive but normal human reaction to a tragedy, [[InsaneTrollLogic but as proof that she was correct to judge him inferior after all.]]
14th Jan '17 7:27:33 PM Isaac_Heller
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* AffablyEvil: He is always a perfectly polite gentleman, even when making thinly-veiled threats.


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* HeelRealization: [[spoiler: He denies that he's as monstrous as Sherlock makes him out to be, until he learns that the attempt on his life that cost him his girlfriend was all because of him possessing all the qualities required to lead Moriarty's criminal organization in her absence and having the record to prove it.]]
7th Jan '17 9:11:27 AM MarkLungo
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* {{Fiction 500}}: He's rich. ''Very'' rich. His wealth is so known in the banking and higher finance world that Mycroft and Sherlock don't need to craft a false identity to meet some hedge fund managers for an investigation. They just claim they want to invest some of their father's money and the people rolled out the red carpet, complete with a huge table of a variety of delicacies ''just for the two Holmes brothers.''


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* {{Fiction 500}}: He's rich. ''Very'' rich. His wealth is so known in the banking and higher finance world that Mycroft and Sherlock don't need to craft a false identity to meet some hedge fund managers for an investigation. They just claim they want to invest some of their father's money and the people rolled out the red carpet, complete with a huge table of a variety of delicacies ''just for the two Holmes brothers.''
7th Jan '17 9:02:01 AM MarkLungo
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Sherlock and Mycroft's father, who became rich and powerful as "an influence peddler par excellence" whose job is "to grease the skids so that politicians and corporations can operate around the globe." Sherlock and Joan seem to be the only people in his life that he can't control or buy off.

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Sherlock and Mycroft's father, who became rich and powerful as "an influence peddler par excellence" whose job is "to grease the skids so that politicians and corporations can operate around the globe." Sherlock and Joan (and eventually Gregson) seem to be the only people in his life that whom he can't control or buy off.



* AntiHero / AntiVillain: He tends to go back and forth between the two throughout the fourth season.

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* AntiHero / AntiVillain: AntiHero[=/=]AntiVillain: He tends to go back and forth between the two throughout the fourth season.
7th Jan '17 8:54:25 AM Isaac_Heller
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* AntiHero / AntiVillain: He tends to go back and forth between the two throughout the fourth season.


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* HazyFeelTurn: [[spoiler: He becomes the leader of Moriarty's organization, which means he'll have to start doing even more terrible things than even he's used to, but it's for the purpose of eventually destroying the group from the inside.]]
30th Nov '16 7:39:37 PM captainpat
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* EvilCostumeSwitch: After her identity reveal, [[spoiler:Irene]] starts wearing [[WomanInBlack exclusively black]], likely an indicator of her 'dark' side finally revealed to Holmes.

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* EvilCostumeSwitch: After her identity reveal, [[spoiler:Irene]] starts wearing [[WomanInBlack exclusively black]], black, likely an indicator of her 'dark' side finally revealed to Holmes.



* HellBentForLeather: She always wears a black leather jacket, on top of being the WomanInBlack.

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* HellBentForLeather: She always wears a black leather jacket, on top of being the WomanInBlack. jacket.
29th Nov '16 8:46:40 PM pipermaru
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* CulturedBadass: Always enjoyed dressing in nice suits and eat at fancy restaurants.

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* CulturedBadass: Always enjoyed dressing in nice suits A very talented painter and eat at fancy restaurants.[[spoiler: art thief]] who does it for pure appreciation of art.
29th Nov '16 8:37:01 PM pipermaru
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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: With Kitty (she'd be the girly girl.)

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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: With Kitty (she'd be Joan is the girly girl.)girl, Kitty is the tomboy.



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: With Joan (she's the tomboy).

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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: With Kitty is the tomboy, Joan (she's is the tomboy).girly girl.
29th Nov '16 8:25:58 PM pipermaru
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* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: A non-villain verson to [[spoiler: Moriarty. Watson is the only one able to see through her in "Heroine" and send her to jail. Then in "The Diabolical Kind" Watson, one more time, sees right through her manipulation tactics and disarms her completely. And then when Moriarty discovers that Sherlock was the one who wanted Watson's company, she gets visibly unhappy.]]
30th Sep '16 7:39:26 PM Redmujin
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** Becomes even more layered when one takes into account Moriarty's projecting onto Sherlock; her insistence that Sherlock will eventually get bored with Watson lines up against the fact that Moriarty herself still can't stop thinking about Joan. She almost seems to be trying to reassure herself that ''she'' will get over her obsession with the obviously unworthy "mascot". [[LesYay Whose face she painted a massive Renaissance-style portrait of, from memory.]]
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