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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.
24th Mar '16 4:29:17 AM Folded13
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** Not necessary. James Woods is a former agent and current Regent of the Warehouse.
5th Mar '16 3:09:03 PM DrImpossible
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** Alternatively it was going to be moved to Canada but something happened and the and a sizable chunk of northern America was annexed by Canada so plans to move the Warehouse were cancelled

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** Alternatively it was going to be moved to Canada but something happened and the and a sizable chunk of northern America was annexed by Canada so plans the plan to move the Warehouse were was cancelled
5th Mar '16 3:03:27 PM DrImpossible
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* This would actually make some sense, as with one or two exceptions Wells' work after the point where Fem!Wells was bronzed started to feature less technology and more social commentary. It could be said that her "brother", not having all the science and inventions, had to abandon the genre to a degree.

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* This would actually make some sense, as with one or two exceptions Wells' work after the point where Fem!Wells was bronzed started to feature less technology and more social commentary. It could be said that her "brother", not having all the science and inventions, had to abandon that side of the genre to a degree.



[[WMG: Creator/HGWells' daughter is]]

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[[WMG: Creator/HGWells' H.G. Wells' daughter is]]



[[WMG: Creator/HGWells will die, do a FaceHeelTurn, or get stranded in the future in the last episode of season 2]]

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[[WMG: Creator/HGWells H.G. Wells will die, do a FaceHeelTurn, or get stranded in the future in the last episode of season 2]]



[[WMG: Some people (UsefulNotes/NikolaTesla, Creator/HGWells, [[GadgeteerGenius Claudia Donovan]]) have TheSparkOfGenius, possibly because of [[AmplifierArtifact an Artifact]].]]

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[[WMG: Some people (UsefulNotes/NikolaTesla, Creator/HGWells, [[GadgeteerGenius H.G. Wells, Claudia Donovan]]) Donovan,]]) have TheSparkOfGenius, possibly because of [[AmplifierArtifact an Artifact]].]]



The Myka/H.G. Wells thing is pretty much canon. Pete has absolutely no problem with being ogled by another man (even though Steve really isn't into him), and is almost ecstatic when he realizes that Steve's ex resembles him and that he's Steve's "type." Meanwhile Steve identifies as gay, but he probably experimented in the past. Artie and [=MacPherson=] were very close; who knows ''how'' close? The odd one out is Claudia, unless she and Leena had a thing...

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The Myka/H.G. Wells thing is pretty much canon.canon and both have mentioned liking men, too. Pete has absolutely no problem with being ogled by another man (even though Steve really isn't into him), and is almost ecstatic when he realizes that Steve's ex resembles him and that he's Steve's "type." Meanwhile Steve identifies as gay, but he probably experimented in the past. Artie and [=MacPherson=] were very close; who knows ''how'' close? The odd one out is Claudia, unless she and Leena had a thing...
5th Mar '16 12:32:50 PM DrImpossible
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* Myka must of been affected too

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* Myka must of have been affected too
4th Mar '16 6:30:44 PM DrImpossible
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* Confirmed, except for [[spoiler: the part about working on the Moon, and we only see Claudia]]
* And except for the part where it's Warehouse 14! Claudia effectively says "Don't worry, we've had scares where the Warehouse seemed like it was about to move before," then ''we see the outside of the same friggin' Warehouse''. Ahem. (Totally my headcanon now that WH14's going to be on the moon, though.)

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* Confirmed, except for [[spoiler: that the part about details were Jossed. The end of season five was a flash-forward, which may have been twenty years, to a team of SuspiciouslySimilarSubtitute agents. ''But'' they are working on in the Moon, and we only see Claudia]]
* And except for the part where it's
same old Warehouse 14! ''13'' in the same place as it has always been. There is a bickering male and female agent pairing, being instructed by an older man who tries to get them to focus on the case. Then Claudia effectively says "Don't worry, we've had scares where the silently appears behind them in a sexy, shiny black outfit. She even reassures them that, no matter how often it seems like Warehouse seemed like it was about to 13 might move before," then ''we see the outside or be replaced, it won't be, saying "If I had a nickel for every time..." before trailing off after realising how much her team really do remind her of the same friggin' Warehouse''. Ahem. (Totally my headcanon now that WH14's going to be on the moon, though.)
her original team-mates.




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* Couldn't be more Jossed, thankfully!




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* Confirmed!



* Confirmed, although [[spoiler: the only current-day character we see is Claudia, who now fulfills Mrs. Frederic's role, as well as being able to teleport like her and speaking in a similar fashion]]

[[WMG: Warehouse 13 is a [[Series/AgentsOfSHIELD S.H.I.E.L.D facility]]]]

It was active and collecting weird stuff before the Fridge was created and Nick Fury thought it best to keep it active afterward in case the Fridge was raided. The Eagle sigil is nowhere to be found because this is one of his super-secret locations like Providence base.

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* Confirmed, although [[spoiler: the only current-day character we see is Claudia, who now fulfills Mrs. Frederic's role, as well as being able to teleport like her and speaking in a similar fashion]]

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[[WMG: Warehouse 13 is a allied with [[Series/AgentsOfSHIELD S.H.I.E.L.D facility]]]]

D.,]]]]
It was active and collecting weird stuff long before the Fridge S.H.I.E.L.D. was created founded and Nick Fury thought it best to keep it active afterward in case the Fridge was raided. a good idea, building his own equivalent called 'The Fridge', for non-artifact-based problems. The Eagle sigil is nowhere to be found because this is one mounted somewhere in the Warehouse, and agents from S.H.I.E.L.D. are always welcome at the B&B, while agents of his super-secret locations like Providence base.Warehouse 13 are always welcome on the Command Helicarrier.
4th Mar '16 5:25:59 PM DrImpossible
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* This idea could be disproven by H.G. Wells whipping out a full-fledged artifact associated with herself, or if some random unremarkable person whom nobody has heard of having his own artifact.
** That's not disproving. We said ''many'' artifacts are activated/created by someone dying. The H.G. Wells Artifact or Random Joe Artifact are just a few of the artifacts that aren't.
* Jossed by Cinderella's knife. Unless the knife didn't belong to her in the first place, it definitely held its power when Cinderella was alive. Same with some stockings earlier in the season.
** That's not jossing. We said ''many'' artifacts are activated/created by someone dying. The Cinderella Knife is just one of the artifacts that isn't.
** Qualifying words like "many" are not a cheat code to make you always right.
Perhaps Artifacts are actually [[TabletopGame/GeniusTheTransgression Wonders]], and being bronzed prevents one's Wonders from becoming Orphans.
* To clarify, Wonders are tied to the [[MadScientist Genius]] that created them. And when a Genius dies any surviving Wonders of his become sentient, as well as developing terrifying new abilities.
* Since this topic is so qualified it's bizarre I can't say if this is Jossed or not, but I can say an artifact is created at the meeting of an object, a person and a moment. You don't need a death or even a famous person, so I guess that disproves the ''many'' part at the very least, since generally you need a person alive for them to actually ''do'' something, although it seems a death could cause an artifact, it just has to be an extraordinary moment. Also, there are artifacts from living people floating around out there but they haven't been bagged and tagged because they still belong to those people and the Warehouse doesn't interfere unless the artifact becomes a problem, so that's why we don't see artifacts from people who are still alive, because they still own them, so that part is Jossed as well.

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* This idea could be disproven by H.G. Wells whipping out a full-fledged artifact associated with herself, or if some random unremarkable person whom nobody has heard of having his own artifact.
** That's not disproving. We said ''many'' artifacts are activated/created by someone dying. The H.G. Wells Artifact or Random Joe Artifact are just a few of the artifacts that aren't.
* Jossed by Cinderella's knife. Unless the knife didn't belong to her in the first place, it definitely held its power when Cinderella was alive. Same with some stockings earlier in the season.
** That's not jossing. We said ''many'' artifacts are activated/created by someone dying. The Cinderella Knife is just one of the artifacts that isn't.
** Qualifying words like "many" are not a cheat code to make you always right.
Perhaps Artifacts are actually [[TabletopGame/GeniusTheTransgression Wonders]], and being bronzed prevents one's Wonders from becoming Orphans.
* ** To clarify, Wonders are tied to the [[MadScientist Genius]] that created them. And when a Genius dies any surviving Wonders of his become sentient, as well as developing terrifying new abilities.
* Since this topic is so qualified it's bizarre I can't say if this is Jossed or not, but I can say an artifact is created at the meeting of an object, a person and a moment. You don't need a death or even a famous person, so I guess that disproves the ''many'' part at the very least, since generally you need a person alive for them to actually ''do'' something, although it It seems a death could cause an artifact, it just has to be an extraordinary moment. Also, there moment.
** There
are artifacts from living people floating around out there but they haven't been bagged and tagged because they still belong to those people and the Warehouse doesn't interfere unless the artifact becomes a problem, so that's why we don't see artifacts from people who are still alive, because they still own them, so that part is Jossed as well.problem.



* Jossed. Hitler's microphone, according to Jack Kenny, gives the speaker mind control powers.

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* Jossed. Hitler's microphone, according to Jack Kenny, gives the speaker mind control powers.



** Warehouse 13 - USA
*** Which raises the question of how the Huns, a very nomadic culture, managed to hold a warehouse.
**** The Huns didn't hold the Warehouse -- the Warehouse is just housed in the region controlled by the most powerful culture at the time. It probably lends some extra protection (for the Warehouse, from outsiders, and for the culture, from artifacts that could make them fall from power). The Regents have controlled the Warehouse ever since it was created in Macedonia.

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** Warehouse 13 - USA
United States
*** Which raises Note that the question of how the Huns, a very nomadic culture, managed to hold a warehouse.
**** The
Huns didn't necessarily hold the Warehouse -- the Warehouse is just housed in the region controlled by the most powerful culture at the time. It probably lends some extra protection (for the Warehouse, from outsiders, and for the culture, from artifacts that could make them fall from power). The Regents have controlled the Warehouse ever since it was created in Macedonia.



**** It was there only for a very short time, just as long as they were settled in Europe.

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**** *** It was there only for a very short time, just as long as they were settled in Europe.



* And then later Confirmed and then firmly Jossed [[spoiler: (Or was it?)]]
** Does it count as Jossed if it happened and then got reversed? That's more like confirmed and then changed.

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* And then later permanently Confirmed and again. (But then firmly Jossed [[spoiler: (Or was it?)]]
** Does it count as Jossed if it happened and then got reversed? That's more like confirmed and then changed.
not.)



What's the drawback? Pete being immature?
* How about Pete's alcoholism?
* Good point.

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What's the drawback? Pete being immature?
* How about
tuned to 'vibes' is his power. Pete's alcoholism?
* Good point.
alcoholism is his corresponding flaw.
5th Feb '16 3:40:19 AM jormis29
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[[WMG: The characters of ''Warehouse 13'', ''Series/{{Eureka}}'', ''Series/{{Alphas}}'' and ''Series/{{Haven}}'' will all be involved in an [[Film/TheAvengers Avengers-esque]] team-up.]]

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[[WMG: The characters of ''Warehouse 13'', ''Series/{{Eureka}}'', ''Series/{{Alphas}}'' and ''Series/{{Haven}}'' will all be involved in an [[Film/TheAvengers [[Film/TheAvengers2012 Avengers-esque]] team-up.]]
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