History WMG / Charmed

31st Jul '16 8:31:36 AM nombretomado
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To boot the costume generated by the Girdle as Billie puts it on looks suspiciously similar to a image from a 2005 or 6 Wizard Magazine issue which has a AlternateUniverse Wonder Girl costume which according to the related article came from a "Ultimate" DCComics universe which was an offshoot of TV series Smallville.

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To boot the costume generated by the Girdle as Billie puts it on looks suspiciously similar to a image from a 2005 or 6 Wizard Magazine issue which has a AlternateUniverse Wonder Girl costume which according to the related article came from a "Ultimate" DCComics Creator/DCComics universe which was an offshoot of TV series Smallville.
29th Jul '16 7:05:28 PM LMage
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In the Book of Shadows, Shax is described as the Source's personal assassin, who is only called for top assignments. Sending Shax to kill a normal mortal doctor seems like an overkill for a demon of that stature. However, the Charmed Ones would be considered high profile targets, and since they have to defend an innocent as well, all the better to increase the chances of success. The Source could somehow sent Phoebe a false premonition in order to get the Charmed Ones involved, ensuring they would be in conflict with the demon.

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In the Book of Shadows, Shax is described as the Source's personal assassin, who is only called for top assignments. Sending Shax to kill a normal mortal doctor seems like an overkill for a demon of that stature. However, the Charmed Ones would be considered high profile targets, and since they have to defend an innocent as well, all the better to increase the chances of success. The Source could somehow sent Phoebe a false premonition in order to get the Charmed Ones involved, ensuring they would be in conflict with the demon.demon.

[[WMG: Only the Prue from the future was planning on saving Phoebe in 'Morality Bites']]

When Piper and Prue arrive in the future, Piper is still living in the manor but the Book of Shadows is being kept at Bucklands but no one there recognized Piper, even though the Book was full of new spells and potions meant to break in to the prison, reach Phoebe, and get her to safety. This means either that the spells where prepared and then the book was moved recently (which is unlikely given that it would be hard to move with the witch hunts going on) or Prue was working on the plan on her own without Piper's help.
29th Jun '16 6:31:11 PM Doug86
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* So basically, the premise of YoungWizards.

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* So basically, the premise of YoungWizards.
Literature/YoungWizards.
20th Jan '16 7:32:28 AM Laina1312
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\n* There is some evidence towards this in the same episode, and others, but specifically that episode where we see Piper join up with her present self and retain her memories.
1st Jan '16 5:33:34 PM nombretomado
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* Or alternatively Nexus didn't create Billie and Christy but posessed them, making everyone think they had this power all along.

[[WMG: Charmed takes place in the "Ultimate" style universe of {{Smallville}}]]

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* Or alternatively Nexus didn't create Billie and Christy but posessed possessed them, making everyone think they had this power all along.

[[WMG: Charmed takes place in the "Ultimate" style universe of {{Smallville}}]]
''Series/{{Smallville}}'']]
11th Oct '15 12:09:11 PM SetsunasaNiWa
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First off, they're both played by the same actress, Rebecca Balding. That's where the theory starts. Secondly, the only Halliwell that ever saw and talked to Aunt Jackie in "The Fourth Sister" is Prue. Elise and the Bay Mirror first appear in Season 4. [[CaptainObvious After Prue got on the bus called "Dead".]] This in turn means any retcon to this effect would not breach continuity.

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First off, they're both played by the same actress, Rebecca Balding. That's where the theory starts. Secondly, the only Halliwell that ever saw and talked to Aunt Jackie in "The Fourth Sister" is Prue. Elise and the Bay Mirror first appear in Season 4. [[CaptainObvious After Prue got on the bus called "Dead".]] "Dead". This in turn means any retcon to this effect would not breach continuity.
13th Aug '15 5:52:43 PM magic713
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What better way to keep the Charmed Ones separated from their father, thus keeping him from becoming a positive influence on his daughters as they grow into their magic and suffer through the supernatural war of good and evil, than by letting them see and "remember" him as an Wrestling/EricBischoff-esque slick and shady businessman, subconsciously playing right into their, specifically Prue's, distrust and resentment towards him for leaving in the first place?

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What better way to keep the Charmed Ones separated from their father, thus keeping him from becoming a positive influence on his daughters as they grow into their magic and suffer through the supernatural war of good and evil, than by letting them see and "remember" him as an Wrestling/EricBischoff-esque slick and shady businessman, subconsciously playing right into their, specifically Prue's, distrust and resentment towards him for leaving in the first place?place?

[[WMG: The Charmed Ones were the real targets for Shax to kill in All Hell Breaks Loose]]

In the Book of Shadows, Shax is described as the Source's personal assassin, who is only called for top assignments. Sending Shax to kill a normal mortal doctor seems like an overkill for a demon of that stature. However, the Charmed Ones would be considered high profile targets, and since they have to defend an innocent as well, all the better to increase the chances of success. The Source could somehow sent Phoebe a false premonition in order to get the Charmed Ones involved, ensuring they would be in conflict with the demon.
7th Aug '15 11:27:13 AM SomeoneElse17
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The illusion worked on a memory-level affecting both Victor himself and everyone else who saw and/or remembered him at the time, to where they all envisioned his look and demeanor being a certain way. It was cast shortly after Grams died in anticipation of his initial return and simply wore off by the time he returned again, which is why this never gets addressed with James Read's recast version of the character.

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The illusion worked on a memory-level affecting both Victor himself and everyone else who saw and/or remembered him at the time, to where they all envisioned his look and demeanor being a certain way. It was cast shortly after Grams died in anticipation of his initial return and simply wore off undiscovered by the time he returned again, which is why this never gets addressed with James Read's recast version of the character.
7th Aug '15 11:19:37 AM SomeoneElse17
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The illusion worked on a memory-level affecting both himself and everyone else who saw and/or remembered him at the time, to where they all envisioned his look and demeanor being a certain way. It was cast shortly after Grams died in anticipation of his initial return and simply wore off by the time he returned again, which is why this never gets addressed with James Read's recast version of the character.

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The illusion worked on a memory-level affecting both Victor himself and everyone else who saw and/or remembered him at the time, to where they all envisioned his look and demeanor being a certain way. It was cast shortly after Grams died in anticipation of his initial return and simply wore off by the time he returned again, which is why this never gets addressed with James Read's recast version of the character.
7th Aug '15 11:19:14 AM SomeoneElse17
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Was once leader of a stable known as Wrestling/TheNexus and had a FinishingMove he called the Wasteland. Could he be telling us something…?

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Was once leader of a stable known as Wrestling/TheNexus and had a FinishingMove he called the Wasteland. Could he be telling us something…?something…?

[[WMG: The Victor portrayed by Tony Denison in season 1 was the result of a demonic illusion.]]
The illusion worked on a memory-level affecting both himself and everyone else who saw and/or remembered him at the time, to where they all envisioned his look and demeanor being a certain way. It was cast shortly after Grams died in anticipation of his initial return and simply wore off by the time he returned again, which is why this never gets addressed with James Read's recast version of the character.

What better way to keep the Charmed Ones separated from their father, thus keeping him from becoming a positive influence on his daughters as they grow into their magic and suffer through the supernatural war of good and evil, than by letting them see and "remember" him as an Wrestling/EricBischoff-esque slick and shady businessman, subconsciously playing right into their, specifically Prue's, distrust and resentment towards him for leaving in the first place?
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