History Characters / Warehouse13

4th Mar '16 5:59:12 PM DrImpossible
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* RetiredBadass: [[spoiler: As of Season 4; she officially retires from adventuring to become a crime lab scientist and settles down with a civilian and his daughter.]]

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* RetiredBadass: [[spoiler: As of Season 4; she officially retires from adventuring to become a crime lab scientist and settles down with a civilian and his daughter. She later divorces him and is living with a woman.]]
4th Mar '16 3:08:09 PM DrImpossible
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* BiTheWay: Never confirmed, but her relationship with H.G had heavy romantic undertones. Confirmed by the actresses themselves.

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* BiTheWay: Never confirmed, but her Her relationship with H.G had heavy romantic undertones. Confirmed by the actresses themselves.
19th Dec '15 9:01:14 AM Morgaus
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* {{Chessmaster}}: Of a literal sort, as shown in "Elements". Artie has a chessboard he keeps outside his office and plays against himself for months between moves. Given how Claudia ignores his objections and makes a move half-way through the episode, and then at the end makes the first move of a re-set board, she's also on-board for having this be her role.

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* {{Chessmaster}}: {{The Chessmaster}}: Of a literal sort, as shown in "Elements". Artie has a chessboard he keeps outside his office and plays against himself for months between moves. Given how Claudia ignores his objections and makes a move half-way through the episode, and then at the end makes the first move of a re-set board, she's also on-board for having this be her role.



* {{Badass Bookworm}}: Just as much as Myka.



* {{Badass Bookworm}}: A villainous version of Myka and Claudia.



* {{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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* {{Chessmaster}}: {{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]].
29th Nov '15 11:42:56 PM jeffwinger
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* DistressedDude: Especially in the early seasons. It always seems to be Pete who makes the HeroicSacrifice, gets whammied by an artifact, or punched out by the bad guy. He straight up dies in 'Burnout'(briefly).
13th Oct '15 6:13:08 AM yunatwilight
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* HelloNurse: She's fairly hot, although other than [=McPherson=] mentioning it once, it is never brought up, and she doesn't seem to be conscious of it herself either.
21st Aug '15 5:43:32 PM JediVulcan
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* OddFriendship: Mrs Frederick seems to take a liking to him after [[spoiler: he comes back from the dead]], as he's the agent she talks to the most , other than Artie. They even hang out during the final episode, sharing memories via the Round Table while the other agents sort out their issues.


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* OddFriendship: She develops a rather friendly dynamic with Steve, and by the end of the show he is the agent she talks to the most. She even uses the Round Table to show him all sorts of memories of her time with the Warehouse.
6th Jul '15 9:24:17 AM Dame-Amaryllis
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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: She was hired for this purpose, actually. Since Artie was being all HeroicBSOD over Leena's head Mrs Fredericks called her in to help him deal with it. She runs the inn and provides a sounding board for Artie when needed. The one thing Leena did that she can't is determine an artifact's origin.

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: She was hired for this purpose, actually. Since Artie was being all HeroicBSOD over Leena's head death Mrs Fredericks called her in to help him deal with it. She runs the inn and provides a sounding board for Artie when needed. The one thing Leena did that she can't is determine an artifact's origin.
10th Jun '15 11:43:12 PM JediVulcan
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* {{Determinator}}: Shown best when he has to motivate a despairing Claudia:
--> '''Claudia:''' Why bother if we just keep losing?
--> '''Steve:''' Because it's not the win, it's the fight. Evil is relentless. It always has been. You take one evil out and another pops up to replace it. [...] But if we stop fighting, if we give up, what does that say about us?
10th Jun '15 11:12:34 PM JediVulcan
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* BigBrotherInstinct: In a big way towards Claudia.
--> '''Steve:''' Because I couldn't save [[spoiler: my sister]]. But I can protect you.
7th Jun '15 7:11:29 PM JediVulcan
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* InSeriesNickname: Steve refers to her as [[AffectionateNickname "Claud"]].
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