History WMG / Warehouse13

2nd Sep '17 10:57:58 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: All warehouse employees are {{Alphas}}.]]

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[[WMG: All warehouse employees are {{Alphas}}.Series/{{Alphas}}.]]



Magic clearly hasn't overrun the world in ''Normal Again'' as it had in the Wishverse and the "What if Buffy died" verse, so the [[RightHandVersusLeftHand bureaucratic confusion]] amongst various government agencies ensures that the [[Series/{{Warehouse 13}} Secret Service]] and [[{{Alphas}} DCIS]] are unaware of the Watchers and the Slayer, and the British are still ticked about Warehouse 12 being moved so the Slayer and most Watchers don't know of the existence of the Warehouse. Most of the creators of artifacts put their own brand of energy into the artifacts by the focus and near-ritualistic repetition of what they did (see: witchcraft and its demon-worshipper equivalents), strengthened (or even [[TheThemeParkVersion changed outright]]) by their [[CommonKnowledge public]] [[TheThemeParkVersion image]]. Alphas are probably unrelated to magic, and more closely tie into the MadScience of Series/{{Eureka}} and [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Warren Mears]].

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Magic clearly hasn't overrun the world in ''Normal Again'' as it had in the Wishverse and the "What if Buffy died" verse, so the [[RightHandVersusLeftHand bureaucratic confusion]] amongst various government agencies ensures that the [[Series/{{Warehouse 13}} Secret Service]] and [[{{Alphas}} [[Series/{{Alphas}} DCIS]] are unaware of the Watchers and the Slayer, and the British are still ticked about Warehouse 12 being moved so the Slayer and most Watchers don't know of the existence of the Warehouse. Most of the creators of artifacts put their own brand of energy into the artifacts by the focus and near-ritualistic repetition of what they did (see: witchcraft and its demon-worshipper equivalents), strengthened (or even [[TheThemeParkVersion changed outright]]) by their [[CommonKnowledge public]] [[TheThemeParkVersion image]]. Alphas are probably unrelated to magic, and more closely tie into the MadScience of Series/{{Eureka}} and [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Warren Mears]].
27th Aug '17 8:02:06 AM ApeAccount
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[[WMG: Pete was not the first Warehouse agent to trigger the "Upholstery Brush" from "The Greatest Gift"]]
Artie seemed to have a very good idea of how it worked. This raises the question of how. Neither he nor any other warehouse agent could have ever observed someone else using it. If someone used it then a new reality would be formed in which that person was never born and this reality would only continue when the brush was touched again. From our perspective, nothing would appear to have happened (unless the person using the artefact decided to explain everything). It seems much more likely that a warehouse agent actually found out firsthand what using the brush was like and hence was able to record its functionality.
24th Aug '17 12:02:44 AM ApeAccount
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** The only thing I'd say against this is Pete's reaction to being kissed by a man (and a handsome one at that) while in Mkya's body in "Merge with Caution" was not exactly eager. In fact, his response was "Dude, what the hell?" and the word "ewww" which didn't seem like someone who either was used to or wanted to be kissed by men. More likely, he's just comfortable enough with his sexuality that he can appreciate attention from other men but have no interest in them sexually.
21st May '17 2:31:20 PM nombretomado
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After the events of Serenity, the crew drifted apart, with the two lovebirds buying their own ship and traveling the black. One day, they happen upon some sort of NegativeSpaceWedgie, that shunts them into {{Warehouse 13}}s [[TheVerse verse]]. It takes a few years for them to adapt to this different reality, but eventually they settle down in Detroit, change their names, and open a pie shop. [[spoiler: When Simon finds the trunks, his first instinct is to use them to protect Kaylee, but the trunks, as with many artifacts, have a will of their own, and he finds himself becoming the Iron Shadow, convinced he's still protecting Kaylee by doing this.]]

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After the events of Serenity, the crew drifted apart, with the two lovebirds buying their own ship and traveling the black. One day, they happen upon some sort of NegativeSpaceWedgie, that shunts them into {{Warehouse Series/{{Warehouse 13}}s [[TheVerse verse]]. It takes a few years for them to adapt to this different reality, but eventually they settle down in Detroit, change their names, and open a pie shop. [[spoiler: When Simon finds the trunks, his first instinct is to use them to protect Kaylee, but the trunks, as with many artifacts, have a will of their own, and he finds himself becoming the Iron Shadow, convinced he's still protecting Kaylee by doing this.]]



[[WMG: A part of Freddie from Series/ICarly's camera, laptop or something on his tech cart is an [[{{Warehouse13}} Artifact]].]]

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[[WMG: A part of Freddie from Series/ICarly's camera, laptop or something on his tech cart is an [[{{Warehouse13}} [[Series/{{Warehouse13}} Artifact]].]]



* Jossed, although Steve ends up [[spoiler: acting outside of WareHouse13 to find out Sykes' plan to destroy the Warehouse.]]

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* Jossed, although Steve ends up [[spoiler: acting outside of WareHouse13 Series/WareHouse13 to find out Sykes' plan to destroy the Warehouse.]]



[[WMG: ''{{Warehouse 13}}'' (and by extension, ''Series/{{Eureka}}'' and ''{{Alphas}}'') takes place in the "Normal Again" world from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', and Creator/BeatrixPotter was the pen name of Anyanka the Vengeance Demon.]]

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[[WMG: ''{{Warehouse ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'' (and by extension, ''Series/{{Eureka}}'' and ''{{Alphas}}'') ''Series/{{Alphas}}'') takes place in the "Normal Again" world from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', and Creator/BeatrixPotter was the pen name of Anyanka the Vengeance Demon.]]



Magic clearly hasn't overrun the world in ''Normal Again'' as it had in the Wishverse and the "What if Buffy died" verse, so the [[RightHandVersusLeftHand bureaucratic confusion]] amongst various government agencies ensures that the [[{{Warehouse 13}} Secret Service]] and [[{{Alphas}} DCIS]] are unaware of the Watchers and the Slayer, and the British are still ticked about Warehouse 12 being moved so the Slayer and most Watchers don't know of the existence of the Warehouse. Most of the creators of artifacts put their own brand of energy into the artifacts by the focus and near-ritualistic repetition of what they did (see: witchcraft and its demon-worshipper equivalents), strengthened (or even [[TheThemeParkVersion changed outright]]) by their [[CommonKnowledge public]] [[TheThemeParkVersion image]]. Alphas are probably unrelated to magic, and more closely tie into the MadScience of Series/{{Eureka}} and [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Warren Mears]].

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Magic clearly hasn't overrun the world in ''Normal Again'' as it had in the Wishverse and the "What if Buffy died" verse, so the [[RightHandVersusLeftHand bureaucratic confusion]] amongst various government agencies ensures that the [[{{Warehouse [[Series/{{Warehouse 13}} Secret Service]] and [[{{Alphas}} DCIS]] are unaware of the Watchers and the Slayer, and the British are still ticked about Warehouse 12 being moved so the Slayer and most Watchers don't know of the existence of the Warehouse. Most of the creators of artifacts put their own brand of energy into the artifacts by the focus and near-ritualistic repetition of what they did (see: witchcraft and its demon-worshipper equivalents), strengthened (or even [[TheThemeParkVersion changed outright]]) by their [[CommonKnowledge public]] [[TheThemeParkVersion image]]. Alphas are probably unrelated to magic, and more closely tie into the MadScience of Series/{{Eureka}} and [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Warren Mears]].
20th Jan '17 5:31:24 AM Doug86
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Kivas Fajo, the collector from "The Most Toys" episode of StarTrekTheNextGeneration, are either one and the same or somehow related:

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Kivas Fajo, the collector from "The Most Toys" episode of StarTrekTheNextGeneration, ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', are either one and the same or somehow related:
14th Oct '16 11:25:05 AM airforceteacher
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[[[WMG: Artie and Kivas Fajo are one and the same, or otherwise related.]]
Kivas Fajo, the collector from "The Most Toys" episode of StarTrekTheNextGeneration, are either one and the same or somehow related:
* Collectors of the arcane and priceless
* Same look (duh, the same actor)
Biggest problem is I just can't see Artie kidnapping someone out of greed, which was Kivas' apparent motive.
7th Aug '16 6:13:05 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Warehouse 13 is run by [[TheDCU Cadmus]].]]

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[[WMG: Warehouse 13 is run by [[TheDCU [[Franchise/TheDCU Cadmus]].]]
23rd Jun '16 8:36:31 PM nombretomado
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* Interestingly, I would consider H.G. Wells to be a much less powerful Spark than Claudia or Tesla; While she managed to build a MentalTimeTravel machine and completely reconfigure the output of a destructive artifact using only 19th-century materials, all of her inventions have some form of Artifact-based MagiTek (see again, Rheticus' Compass). It's plausible that she's the sort of Spark that has enough Sparkiness to [[Literature/TheFirstMenInTheMoon make the]] [[TheTimeMachine logical leaps]] and be a GadgeteerGenius, but not enough to [[MagicPoweredPseudoscience completely subvert the known laws of science]] without [[FantasticScience Artifact help]]. Claudia (at least early in the series) and Tesla, on the other hand, routinely create and rework non-Artifact Warehouse tech to wholly surpass current scientific progress.

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* Interestingly, I would consider H.G. Wells to be a much less powerful Spark than Claudia or Tesla; While she managed to build a MentalTimeTravel machine and completely reconfigure the output of a destructive artifact using only 19th-century materials, all of her inventions have some form of Artifact-based MagiTek (see again, Rheticus' Compass). It's plausible that she's the sort of Spark that has enough Sparkiness to [[Literature/TheFirstMenInTheMoon make the]] [[TheTimeMachine [[Literature/TheTimeMachine logical leaps]] and be a GadgeteerGenius, but not enough to [[MagicPoweredPseudoscience completely subvert the known laws of science]] without [[FantasticScience Artifact help]]. Claudia (at least early in the series) and Tesla, on the other hand, routinely create and rework non-Artifact Warehouse tech to wholly surpass current scientific progress.
23rd Jun '16 8:36:26 PM nombretomado
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Is a [[TheTimeMachine time machine]]. When you hear her ranting about how woman were treated in the past, she brings up a time machine. She certainly seems smart enough, had a lot of time to think and could probably pull it off with the Imperceptor (read:[[AppliedPhlebotinum cavorite]]) technology.

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Is a [[TheTimeMachine [[Literature/TheTimeMachine time machine]]. When you hear her ranting about how woman were treated in the past, she brings up a time machine. She certainly seems smart enough, had a lot of time to think and could probably pull it off with the Imperceptor (read:[[AppliedPhlebotinum cavorite]]) technology.
18th May '16 6:55:34 PM nombretomado
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* Let's add [[TheMiddleman O2STK]] as well.

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* Let's add [[TheMiddleman [[Series/TheMiddleman O2STK]] as well.
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