History Characters / Warehouse13

9th Aug '17 6:56:18 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: In the original timeline, his last words to Artie where that he could never anyone that he used the Astrolabe lest he put them in danger. This cases a lot of pain for the characters in Season 4.
4th Aug '17 5:57:30 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* WeUsedToBeFriends: With [=MacPhearson=] and Claire before he turned evil, though Artie laments that despite all the antagonism he really wanted James to be good again.



!James [=MacPherson=] (Roger Rees)

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!James [=MacPherson=] (Roger Rees)
[=MacPherson=]
--> '''Played by:''' Creator/RogerRees



* FamousLastWords: [[spoiler: "I'm sorry Arthur."]]




!Creator/HGWells (Creator/JaimeMurray)

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\n!Creator/HGWells (Creator/JaimeMurray)\n* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: Averted, using the Phoenix to save his wife's live was ''not'' a good thing.

!Creator/HGWells
--> '''Played by:''' Creator/JaimeMurray
4th Aug '17 5:25:04 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* FakeGuestStar: In Season One, she's credited a guest star after her appearance in episode four.

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* FakeGuestStar: In Season One, she's credited a guest star after her appearance despite appearing in every episode four.from episode four onwards.
4th Aug '17 5:19:39 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* DarkAndTroubledPast: Before the Warehouse he used to work as a [=NSA=] codebreaker, but he was was imprisoned trading secrets to the USSR. In truth he was trading "trinkets" to get his relatives back in Russia released from the Gulag. When he found out what those trinkets did (they were Artifacts) he turned himself in. Mrs. Frederic recruited him to give a chance to redeem himself and got his espionage charge expunged. He had to change his name though to protect himself from the Soviets. He makes it clear if the team ever gets caught in Russia, the others would be yelled at and then sent on plane, while he'd be locked up to rot.

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* DarkAndTroubledPast: Before he came to the Warehouse he used to work as a [=NSA=] codebreaker, but he was was imprisoned trading secrets to the USSR. In truth he was trading "trinkets" to get his relatives back in Russia released from the Gulag. When he found out what those trinkets did (they were Artifacts) he turned himself in. Mrs. Frederic recruited him to give a chance to redeem himself and got his espionage charge expunged.dropped. He had to change his name though to protect himself from the Soviets. He makes it clear if the team ever gets got caught in Russia, the others would be yelled at and then home sent on plane, while he'd be locked up to rot.
4th Aug '17 12:20:48 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* DarkAndTroubledPast: Before the Warehouse he used to work as a [=NSA=] codebreaker, but he was was imprisoned trading secrets to the USSR. In truth he was trading "trinkets" to get his relatives back in Russia released from the Gulag. When he found out what those trinkets did (they were Artifacts) he turned himself in. Mrs. Frederic recruited him to give a chance to redeem himself and got his espionage charge expunged. He had to change his name though to protect himself from the Soviets. He makes it clear if the team ever gets caught in Russia, the others would be yelled at and then sent on plane, while he'd be locked up to rot.
3rd Aug '17 3:13:20 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* FakeGuestStar: In Season One, she's credited a guest star after her appearance in episode four.


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* PromotedToOpeningCredits: In Season Two.
20th Jul '17 6:50:59 AM RedKnight47
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* {{The Chessmaster}}: H.G. Wells' mentor Catarunga was a literal sort. The two of them played chess every day for years, and H.G. Wells (who was no slouch in this department herself) didn't win once. [[spoiler: Catarunga designed a lock for a back door to the Warehouse as a chess game. The game was set up with the player in check; if the player didn't win in 3 moves they were killed. Sykes kidnapped H.G. Wells assuming she could beat the lock, and she still couldn't. She then realized that Catarunga designed it so that the player ''had to cheat'' to win]].

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* {{The Chessmaster}}: H.G. Wells' mentor Catarunga Caturanga was a literal sort. The two of them played chess every day for years, and H.G. Wells (who was no slouch in this department herself) didn't win once. [[spoiler: Catarunga designed a lock for a back door to the Warehouse as a chess game. The game was set up with the player in check; if the player didn't win in 3 moves they were killed. Sykes kidnapped H.G. Wells assuming she could beat the lock, and she still couldn't. She then realized that Catarunga designed it so that the player ''had to cheat'' to win]].
25th May '17 9:50:12 AM ProfessorGrimm
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* HerrDoktor: Has a slight, but distinctive German accent.
19th Mar '17 3:10:04 PM NOYB
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* TheAtoner: For season three.

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* TheAtoner: For season three.Season Three.



* BigBad: Of season two.

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* BigBad: Of season two.Season Two.



* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: mostly in Season 2
* HeelFaceTurn: In season three. And as of the season 4 premiere, Artie is finally convinced.
* HeroicSacrifice: At least until [[spoiler:the season 4 premiere, where it's averted.]]

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* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: mostly Mostly in Season 2
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* HeelFaceTurn: In season three. Season Three. And as of the season Season 4 premiere, Artie is finally convinced.
* HeroicSacrifice: At least until [[spoiler:the season Season 4 premiere, where it's averted.]]



* HumanPopsicle: When she was an agent for Warehouse 12, she voluntarily asked to be bronzed, hoping to wake up to a better world. In a flashback in "3...2...1", there is a brief glimpse of her as this. She remains in this state until [=MacPherson=] de-bronzes her in the season 1 finale.

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* HumanPopsicle: When she was an agent for Warehouse 12, she voluntarily asked to be bronzed, hoping to wake up to a better world. In a flashback in "3...2...1", there is a brief glimpse of her as this. She remains in this state until [=MacPherson=] de-bronzes her in the season Season 1 finale.



* MaddenIntoMisanthropy: H.G. Wells developed this opinion of humanity, and sought to use the Minoan trident in the season 2 finale to deal with it. She had herself bronzed with the hope that things would have gotten better, but she finds the future far more disappointing than she imagined. [[spoiler: She eventually gets better, at least in thinking that Pete, Myka, and Artie are worth saving in the season 3 finale, prompting a HeroicSacrifice]].

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* MaddenIntoMisanthropy: H.G. Wells developed this opinion of humanity, and sought to use the Minoan trident in the season Season 2 finale to deal with it. She had herself bronzed with the hope that things would have gotten better, but she finds the future far more disappointing than she imagined. [[spoiler: She eventually gets better, at least in thinking that Pete, Myka, and Artie are worth saving in the season Season 3 finale, prompting a HeroicSacrifice]].



* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Part of her backstory. During her time at the Warehouse, her daughter was murdered. Seeking some way to bring her back, she began combing the shelves for an Artifact that would do the trick. She ended up getting another agent killed, and so asked to be bronzed. Subverted in the season 2 finale, when it's revealed that was [[ThePlan all part of the plan]].

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Part of her backstory. During her time at the Warehouse, her daughter was murdered. Seeking some way to bring her back, she began combing the shelves for an Artifact that would do the trick. She ended up getting another agent killed, and so asked to be bronzed. Subverted in the season Season 2 finale, when it's revealed that was [[ThePlan all part of the plan]].



* OmnicidalManiac: As it turns out in the season 2 finale, not quite omnicidal; she couldn't bring herself to kill Myka, which makes her give up on her plan to destroy the world.

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* OmnicidalManiac: As it turns out in the season Season 2 finale, not quite omnicidal; she couldn't bring herself to kill Myka, which makes her give up on her plan to destroy the world.



* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler: Subverted; she sacrifices herself in the season 3 finale to save the main characters but thanks to a ResetButton she's alive again at the end of the season 4 premiere. Artie is then convinced that she is redeemed, but the Regents aren't as sure]].

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* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler: Subverted; she sacrifices herself in the season Season 3 finale to save the main characters but thanks to a ResetButton she's alive again at the end of the season 4 premiere. Artie is then convinced that she is redeemed, but the Regents aren't as sure]].



* BigBad: Of season 3.

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* BigBad: Of season Season 3.
19th Mar '17 3:07:18 PM NOYB
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* AffablyEvil: So much so that, past her introduction episode in season 2, you'd have a hard time believing she ever was evil until the finale. [[spoiler: As of Season 3, she's quite firmly on the side of the angels]]

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* AffablyEvil: So much so that, past her introduction episode in season Season 2, you'd have a hard time believing she ever was evil until the finale. [[spoiler: As of Season 3, she's quite firmly on the side of the angels]] angels]] .
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