History Series / Grimm

4th Jun '16 9:59:44 PM gewunomox
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** JackTheRipper was an evil spirit who possessed people who temporarily died and CameBackWrong. [[spoiler:It does the same thing to Renard after his temporary death]].

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** JackTheRipper UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper was an evil spirit who possessed people who temporarily died and CameBackWrong. [[spoiler:It does the same thing to Renard after his temporary death]].



* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler:A series of JackTheRipper-style murders take place in Portland. It's eventually revealed that they were committed by Renard, or, rather, a spirit possessing him. Renard usually wakes up with blackouts and with his bullet wounds bleeding, not remembering a thing. Adalind explains that, if a person dies and is brought back by a Hexenbiest, like the Captain was, something from the other side can hitch a ride and, eventually, take complete control]].

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* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler:A [[spoiler: A series of JackTheRipper-style UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper-style murders take place in Portland. It's eventually revealed that they were committed by Renard, or, rather, a spirit possessing him. Renard usually wakes up with blackouts and with his bullet wounds bleeding, not remembering a thing. Adalind explains that, if a person dies and is brought back by a Hexenbiest, like the Captain was, something from the other side can hitch a ride and, eventually, take complete control]].
26th May '16 5:27:46 PM FreeJaffa
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* DeadGuyJunior: [[spoiler:Nick's son is named "Kelly" in honor of Nick's recently killed mother.]]
25th May '16 8:05:03 PM HypnoticMeerkat
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** "Sweet Dreams" by the Eurythmics is playing on the iPod of the first victim in the pilot. Later, [[spoiler:the killer begins absentmindedly humming it front of the cops, tipping them off]]. [[MarilynManson Marilyn Manson's cover]] of the song later plays during the pilot's CliffHanger.

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** "Sweet Dreams" by the Eurythmics is playing on the iPod of the first victim in the pilot. Later, [[spoiler:the killer begins absentmindedly humming it front of the cops, tipping them off]]. [[MarilynManson Marilyn Manson's cover]] Music/MarilynManson's cover of the song later plays during the pilot's CliffHanger.
25th May '16 7:59:32 PM HypnoticMeerkat
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* BookEnds: The pilot episode begins with a victim listening to "Sweet Dreams" by the Eurythmics before being killed. The ending of the episode has [[spoiler: Nick stopping Adalind from killing Aunt Marie, but being injected by the needle's contents meant for his aunt. As he falls unconscious, he sees Adalind's hag face as she escapes]], with MarilynManson's cover of "Sweet Dreams" playing.

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* BookEnds: The pilot episode begins with a victim listening to "Sweet Dreams" by the Eurythmics before being killed. The ending of the episode has [[spoiler: Nick stopping Adalind from killing Aunt Marie, but being injected by the needle's contents meant for his aunt. As he falls unconscious, he sees Adalind's hag face as she escapes]], with MarilynManson's Music/MarilynManson's cover of "Sweet Dreams" playing.
23rd May '16 8:40:35 AM ChronoLegion
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* PsychicStrangle: A natural extension of Hexenbiest/Zauberbiest MindOverMatter powers. [[spoiler:Conrad Bonaparte]] in particular likes this method of torture and execution.
23rd May '16 8:38:03 AM ChronoLegion
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* ParentalSubstitute: Meisner is this to Trubel in season 5. [[spoiler:She visibly breaks down upon seeing his dead and mutilated body in the season finale]].


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* TakenForGranite: Apparently, powerful Zauberbiests are able to turn someone to stone by touching them.
23rd May '16 8:34:17 AM ChronoLegion
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* HealingFactor: [[spoiler:The old piece of wood found by Grimm Crusaders and locked away]] imparts a healing factor to anyone holding it, as well as the HealingHands ability. In the Season 5 finale, [[spoiler:Nick is shot several times, but his wounds heal in a matter of seconds]].

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* HealingFactor: [[spoiler:The old piece of wood found by Grimm Crusaders and locked away]] imparts a healing factor to anyone holding it, as well as the HealingHands ability. In the Season 5 finale, [[spoiler:Nick is shot several times, but his wounds heal in a matter of seconds]].seconds, since he has the stick in his pocket]].
23rd May '16 8:33:39 AM ChronoLegion
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* HulkingOut: Many Wesen get stronger and tougher to defeat when they Woge, which for extra can happen in times of significant emotional disturbance, such as fear, sorrow, or rage.

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* HulkingOut: Many Wesen get stronger HealingFactor: [[spoiler:The old piece of wood found by Grimm Crusaders and tougher locked away]] imparts a healing factor to defeat when they Woge, which for extra can happen anyone holding it, as well as the HealingHands ability. In the Season 5 finale, [[spoiler:Nick is shot several times, but his wounds heal in times a matter of significant emotional disturbance, such as fear, sorrow, or rage.seconds]].


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* HulkingOut: Many Wesen get stronger and tougher to defeat when they Woge, which for extra can happen in times of significant emotional disturbance, such as fear, sorrow, or rage.
23rd May '16 8:31:25 AM ChronoLegion
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* BittersweetEnding: Season 4 finale, HOLY CRAP. [[spoiler:Bad News is, Juliette is in critical condition, possibly dead, and officially / permanently divorced from Nick. And Nick's mom died. Good News is, the war between the Royals and everyone else FINALLY turns around when it turns out that Diana doesn't give a SHIT about her grandfather. Meisner (her new stepdad and leader of LaResistance) reveals himself and pushes King Frederick out of the helicopter; "Down with the king" indeed".]]

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* BittersweetEnding: BittersweetEnding:
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Season 4 finale, HOLY CRAP. [[spoiler:Bad News is, Juliette is in critical condition, possibly dead, and officially / permanently divorced from Nick. And Nick's mom died. Good News is, the war between the Royals and everyone else FINALLY turns around when it turns out that Diana doesn't give a SHIT about her grandfather. Meisner (her new stepdad and leader of LaResistance) reveals himself and pushes King Frederick out of the helicopter; "Down with the king" indeed".]]]]
** Not to be outdone, Season 5 ends with [[spoiler:the Hadrian's Wall cell in Portland almost completely wiped out, leaving Black Claw in charge of the city, especially with Renard as the mayor. Meisner is dead, and Nick has just killed a precinct full of Wesen cops, leaving him a lot of explaining to do. Eve/Juliette is either dying or reverting back to her human self. All of Nick's allies are either dead or on the run. Even the Wesen Council is no longer a factor, having been eliminated early in the season. On the bright side, Conrad Bonaparte is dead at Renard's hand (guided by Diana for slapping Adalind around), who is now in league with Black Claw and may well take over their leadership]].


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* KlingonPromotion: An unintentional case with [[spoiler:Conrad Bonaparte, who is killed by Renard under his daughter's influence. The episode ends before we find out if he will take up the mantle of leadership of the Black Claw]].
23rd May '16 8:22:28 AM ChronoLegion
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** Conrad Bonaparte, a [[spoiler:full Zauberbiest]] is powerful enough to smack [[spoiler:Eve]] around and nearly kills [[spoiler:Meisner]], although [[spoiler:Renard]] delivers the actual kill shot as a MercyKill. He also nearly kills [[spoiler:Nick]], but [[spoiler:Renard stabs him InTheBack under the influence of his daughter's powers]].
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