* Characters/HeroesMainCharacters
* Characters/HeroesOtherEvolvedHumans
* Characters/HeroesOtherHumans
* Characters/HeroesTheCarnival

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!The Founders

[[folder: Daniel Linderman]]
!!'''Mr. Daniel Linderman'''
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-->'''Ability: [[HealingHands Healing]]'''

A Las Vegas businessman/mob boss, Linderman is in fact a ruthless puppetmaster and the leader of the [[AncientConspiracy Company]] during Volume One. An affable old man with the ability to heal via touch, Linderman is sick and tired of human suffering, and after realizing that healing one person at a time simply isn't doing the job, wants to unify the world and create a utopia by... staging a massive national tragedy, namely destroying New York City with an exploding superhuman. He spends much of Volume One attempting to seduce Nathan to his cause and harassing the Sanders family to play their part in his scheme, which ultimately backfires on him when the Sanders family tracks him down and caves his head in. Returns in Volume Three as a ghost, [[spoiler:initially. It turned out that Linderman is simply a mental image planted into Nathan Petrelli and new Volume Three character Daphne Millbrook by Maury Parkman.]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AntiVillain: It's hinted by Volume 3 that he was this, given what he was like in the War Buddies chapter, as well as his implied guilt about causing the Petrelli's accident and attempting to make amends by healing Heidi.
* AffablyEvil: He is played by Malcolm [=McDowell=], after all. Linderman acts more like a kindly grandfather then a mob boss. Hell, the first thing he does when he is confronted in Vegas was offer the person accosting him a pot pie.
* BeardOfEvil
* BigBad: Split between him and Sylar in Volume One.
* BigEater: He's a man of incredible means but seems to enjoy cooking most, believing that people are at their happiest when eating.
* TheChessmaster
* CoolOldGuy
* DarkMessiah
* EvenEvilHasStandards: [[spoiler:Linderman gets sick of having to watch Arthur routinely brainwash Angela.]]
** He also began to have doubts about Arthur making a second assassination attempt against Nathan.
** Linderman also did not like it when his accountant took the money from DL Hawkins and made it seem as though he wasn't closing the deal and stole the money to buy diamonds for himself.
*** It was Linderman's money that was stolen. That's not standards, that's just punishing betrayal.
** He was also horrified that Arthur was planning on murdering Nathan to begin with, appalled that anyone could be so heartless about their own children.
* EvilBrit: Kind of. Linderman was portrayed by Scottish actor Creator/MalcolmMcDowell, but the character's last name as well as his reference to concentration camps in Volume 4's flashback implies that he hailed from Germany or at least was descended from Jewish Germans.
* EvilOldFolks
* FriendToAllChildren: He takes a real liking to Micah and helps him use his gifts for what he believes to be the greater good.
* FreudianExcuse: Creator/MalcolmMcDowell implies that Lindermann's motivations stemmed from a bad childhood in an interview. Given what was shown in Volume 4, its likely that his "bad childhood" was being placed in Warehouse 8 (the former Warehouse 8 from the 1950s), and given his reaction and deduction about what the camp actually was, its also likely that he may have spent some time in a Concentration Camp, or at least was descended from people who were put in the Concentration Camps.
* GoodPowersBadPeople
* HealingHands
* LargeHam
* LoanShark
* ManipulativeBastard
* [[SaveTheVillain Save The Enemy]]: Subverted, he intended to heal a Vietnamese girl who could manipulate plants after Arthur Petrelli shot her, but Arthur stopped him before he could.
* VisionaryVillain
* WellIntentionedExtremist
* YouSaidYouWouldLetThemGo: Subverted: When DL Hawkins gives Lindermann's AmoralAttorney Lindermann's fees, the AmoralAttorney implies that Linderman was backing out on the deal. However, the next episode has Jessica killing the AmoralAttorney for stealing the funds to buy diamonds for himself, implying that Linderman actually intended to keep his word.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Arthur Petrelli]]
!!'''Arthur Petrelli'''

One of the twelve founding members of the Company, Angela's estranged husband, and father to Peter, Nathan, and [[spoiler: NOT Sylar]]. Believed to have committed suicide prior to Volume One, Arthur reemerged in Volume Three as the head of Pinehearst, an organization acting in opposition to the Company, seeking the secret to creating artificial superhumans... a secret which the show's clairvoyants all agree will lead to horrible disaster.

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AllYourPowersCombined[=/=]ComboPlatterPowers[=/=]MegaManning: Much like Rogue of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}, he can steal powers with a touch. Unlike Rogue, his thefts are always permanent. He uses this ability to steal Adam's power, as well as all of Peter's accumulated powers up to that point, giving him:
** DreamingOfThingsToCome
** {{Flight}}
** FromASingleCell
** IntangibleMan
** {{Invisibility}}
** MindOverMatter
** PersonOfMassDestruction
** PlayingWithFire
** ShockAndAwe
** SuperStrength
** TeleportersAndTransporters
** TimeMaster
** WalkingWasteland
*** He also had {{Telepathy}} dating back to before his first appearance. It is unclear if this is his own naturally occurring power or if he stole it from someone else. He is shown to be able to use it to activate a CompellingVoice, create LaserGuidedAmnesia, and administer a PokeInTheThirdEye.
* AmoralAttorney: For Linderman, before the events of Volume One.
* BigBad: Of Volume Three.
* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: About the only good thing about him.
* DeadpanSnarker
* TheDreaded: The otherwise unflappable Adam Monroe has a full-blown panic attack when he sees that Arthur is alive. Unfortunately most of his scenes after that (besides stealing Peter and Hiro's powers) make one wonder why anyone was ever scared of him.
* EvilOldFolks
* EvilOverlord: Fits pretty much every item on the checklist.
* EvilerThanThou: In the two episodes following his introduction, he sucked the life out of Adam Monroe, killed Maury Parkman with a gesture, and overpowered Sylar without breaking a sweat. He's defeated more villains than any of the actual good guys!
** [[spoiler: And as of ''Our Father'', he got his own Eviler-ing at the hands of Sylar.]]
* EvilutionaryBiologist: He's not a biologist, but this is his motivation.
* FakingTheDead
* FauxAffablyEvil: He's polite and charming but he's an utterly ruthless, cold-hearted monster beneath it.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: His plan might have succeeded had he not made the mistake of pissing off Sylar.
* InvincibleVillain: After stealing Peter's powers.
** GenericDoomsdayVillain: Made even worse by the fact he barely ever used them, effectively becoming the invincible villain [[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything who never did anything]].
* ItsAllAboutMe: Everyone is expendable to Arthur if it can help him in his goals.
* {{Jerkass}}: He was already a complete dick long before becoming a villain.
* LukeIAmYourFather: [[spoiler:NOT]] Sylar.
* ManipulativeBastard: The best case being [[spoiler:trying to manipulate Sylar into believing he was the lost Petrelli son.]] [[SarcasmMode Really smart]] ''[[SarcasmMode move]]'', [[SarcasmMode Arthur]].
* OffingTheOffspring: He doesn't hesitate to try and kill Peter and Nathan at the first sign of trouble.
* OrcusOnHisThrone: When he bothered to act, he accomplished his goal immediately. But he didn't do it very often, instead deligating most tasks to an increasingly incompetent series of superpowered minions.
* TheOtherDarrin: In the famous group photo of the Company founders, his face is kept obscured from the camera, but the man identified as Arthur Petrelli is clearly not Robert Forster.
* PhysicalGod: Thanks to effective power stealing, including Peter's copying power, Arthur can basically do anything at this point. Go read the list of PhysicalGod traits. He has most of them.
** He has [[TimeMaster at least one power that is deemed too broken for most Physical Gods to possess, too]]
** Clearly he is the AnthropomorphicPersonification of KickTheDog
* PrettyLittleHeadshots: Dies via a neat bullet to his head by Peter and Sylar. (Peter may have fired the gun, but Sylar dealt the killing blow.)
* ScrewDestiny: He knows that all of the show's precogs and time travelers are predicting that his plan will end in an EarthShatteringKaboom, but he believes he can avert it. Which is not entirely unreasonable for a TimeMaster.
* SmugSnake: The man redefines smugness. Sadly he pissed off Sylar who redefines the term [[MagnificentBastard]].
* TheSociopath
* TheStoic: No [[EvilLaugh evil laughter]] for this one, folks.
* TooPowerfulToLive: With all of Peter's former powers, most notably Hiro's ability, he pretty much ''had'' to die for the show to continue.
* SuperpowerLottery: Like Sylar, but he doesn't have to kill people. And now he has all of Peter's powers too... and unlike [[HowDoIShotWeb Pete]], he seems to have perfect control over all of them.
* TemptingFate: He tells Peter he doesn't have the guts to shoot him. Needless to say, he was wrong.
* VillainousBreakdown: When he realizes that his powers no longer work and Peter doesn't share Nathan's loyalty, he looks visibly panicked and tries to taunt and guilt Peter into not killing him.
* VisionaryVillain
* WeCanRuleTogether: To Peter and Nathan. Peter doesn't fall for it. Nathan, on the other hand...
* WellIntentionedExtremist: He believes that he can use the SuperSerum to grant good powers to the best people and thus make the world a better place. Unfortunately, in the ''Heroes'' 'verse, NeverBeAHero is the order of the day.
** Also, it is hinted that, had Arthur succeeded with his plans, it would have resulted in someone blowing up the planet (its unknown who, although Volume 5 heavily implies that it is Samuel Sullivan, whose power exponentially grows based on how many super powered people he is around).
* WhyCouldntYouBeDifferent: Treats Peter like this long before he shows up as a villain.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Robert "Bob" Bishop]]
!!'''Bob Bishop (Stephen Toblowsky)'''
-->'''Ability: {{Alchemy}}'''

One of the twelve founders of the Company, who takes it over in Volume 2 [[spoiler:after the death of Linderman]], claiming he wishes to return it to its original purpose of safeguarding Evolved Humans and killing or capturing the evil ones. He experimented on his own daughter, Elle, to test the limits of her abilities, leaving her a dangerous psychopath. [[spoiler:Killed by Sylar off-screen during Volume 3.]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AbusiveParents: To Elle.
* {{Alchemy}}: He has the power to turn anything into gold.
* AffablyEvil
* BlackAndGrayMorality: He seems to operate on this principal, going from a affable morally gray anti-hero to a outright villain, sometimes in the same episode.
* BoringButPractical: Both his power and the man himself. Unlike his MagnificentBastard predecessor, Bob's sole motivation seemed to be to just keep the Company running smoothly and doing what it was created to do, instead of using it for his own utopian schemes.
* [[spoiler:DroppedABridgeOnHim: A case of RealLifeWritesThePlot: Stephen Toblowsky was injured in an accident and had to wear a neck brace, making it impractical for him to keep appearing.]]
* EvilCounterpart: To Noah, just as Elle is Claire's EvilCounterpart.
* FirstNameBasis: He insists that everyone call him Bob.
* HollywoodNerd
* {{Jerkass}}: Mostly to Elle. He's pretty affable with everyone else.
* ManipulativeBastard
* TheSociopath: Possibly. He completely disregards dead agents, subjected his own daughter to torture to figure out the limits of her powers, erased her mind of some of the worst of those events, turned a man into gold, etc. all without a hint of regret.
* ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish: He uses "Midas" as his password.
* PetTheDog: His actions towards Monica Dawson.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Charles Deveaux]]
!!'''Charles Deveaux'''
-->'''Ability: {{Telepathy}}'''

Peter's last hospice client, Simone Deveaux's father, and one of the twelve founders of the Company. He succumbed to cancer early in Volume One.

!!!Associated Tropes:
* CoolOldGuy
* KilledOffForReal
* MagicalNegro: His character basically exists to give Peter sage advice...even from beyond the grave.
* PosthumousCharacter: He appears to Peter in a dream after succumbing to his cancer and later shows up in flashbacks in Volume Four.
* PsychicPowers:
** CharmPerson
** {{Telepathy}}
* RetiredBadass
* TheReveal: His power. For years, before it was revealed to be {{Telepathy}}, a lot of people thought it was likely DreamingOfThingsToCome, since this was one of the first powers that Peter shown possessing and was shown talking to Peter in a dream.
* ScrewDestiny: The other founders believe that the destruction of New York is inevitable, but he thinks Peter can avert it through ThePowerOfLove.
* TokenGoodTeammate: Out of all the founders that were seen, he was the most morally pure.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Kaito Nakamura]]
!!'''Kaito Nakamura'''
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-->'''Ability: [[AwesomenessByAnalysis Variable Prediction]]'''

->''"We have the power of gods. That does not mean we can play God."''

Hiro Nakamura's father, CEO of Yamagoto Industries, and one of the twelve founders of the Company. [[spoiler:He was killed by Adam Monroe at the beginning of Volume Two.]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* TheAtoner
* AwesomenessByAnalysis: A deleted scene shows that this is his power.
* BadassInANiceSuit
* CorruptCorporateExecutive
* [[spoiler:FaceDeathWithDignity: He refuses to let Hiro save him and instead meets Adam with fists raised.]]
* [[spoiler:KilledOffForReal]]
* MundaneUtility: In the aforementioned deleted scene, he mentions that he made his money by playing the stock market with his power.
* OldMaster
* [[spoiler:PosthumousCharacter: Thanks to the magic of TimeTravel, flashbacks, and video wills, he's made more appearances after his death than he did before.]]
* RetiredBadass
* WellDoneSonGuy: To both of his children. He withholds his approval from Hiro because he sees him as weak and from Kimiko [[HeirClubForMen because she's a woman]]. He finally does give Hiro his approval, and then is killed either shortly before or shortly thereafter, [[TimeTravelTenseTrouble depending on how you look at it]].
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatResponsibility: He does his best to drill this into his son's head, so he won't become like [[AGodAmI some of his old friends]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Maury Parkman]]
!!'''Maury Parkman'''
-->'''Ability: {{Telepathy}}'''

Matt Parkman's father and one of the twelve founders of the Company. He acted as a minion for both Adam Monroe and Arthur Petrelli, [[spoiler:until the latter killed him.]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* ArchnemesisDad
* ConMan: Apparently, he was one before joining the Company.
* DisappearedDad: He walked out on his family some time in TheSeventies and never looked back.
* TheDragon: Briefly to Arthur Petrelli, [[spoiler:until Arthur kills him.]]
* [[spoiler:DroppedABridgeOnHim]]
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: He was a terrible father, but he only worked for Arthur Petrelli on the condition that his son would be protected, and his objection to Arthur reneging on that promise [[spoiler:is what gets him killed.]]
* EvilCounterpart: To Matt.
* EvilOldFolks
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: In Volume Two, Matt traps him in the nightmare he conjured up to hold Molly.
* InSeriesNickname: The Nightmare Man.
* [[spoiler:KilledOffForReal]]
* ManipulativeBastard
* [[spoiler:NeckSnap: His cause of death.]]
* PsychicPowers:
** CharmPerson
** LotusEaterMachine
** MasterOfIllusion
** MindProbe
** {{Telepathy}}
* RedBaron: He was known to be called the Nightmare Man, as coined by Molly.
[[/folder]]

!Evolved Human Agents
[[folder: The Haitian / [[spoiler:Rene]]]]
!!'''The Haitian (Jimmy Jean-Louis)'''
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-->'''Ability: Mental Manipulation'''

A walking, not-talking Deus Ex Machina. He works alongside H.R.G., but also carries out tasks for Angela Petrelli. When he is not pursuing his own agenda of course.

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AffablyEvil: As nice and good as a man who mind rapes people can be.
* AntiHero
* {{Badass}}
* BaldOfAwesome
* BlackBestFriend: To Noah.
* CainAndAbel: The Abel to Baron Samadi's Cain.
* EnigmaticMinion: To Angela Petrelli.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: His power allows him to do that.
** EmptyShell: The graphic novels show that as a child, in a moment of terror, he accidentally reduced his entire village to soulless, empty husks.
* NoNameGiven: [[spoiler:Until Volume Five. "Rene", if you're wondering.]]
* PowerNullifier
* ScaryBlackMan
* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: He often disobeys his current superior to do whatever he thinks is right. His bosses usually just ignore it because he is so useful most of the time.
* SuperPowerLottery: Not the most useful power for everyday life, but definitely the most useful for dealing with other superpowered people.
* TheVoiceless: Subverted: he was only pretending to be mute...
** TheQuietOne: ...but he still doesn't speak a whole lot.
* WildCard
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Eden McCain]]
!!'''Eden [=McCain=] (Nora Zehetner)'''
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-->'''Ability: [[CompellingVoice Persuasion]]'''

Born Sarah Ellis, Eden was a [[TheMole mole]] for [[AncientConspiracy the Company]] that lived next door to Chandra Suresh. She was a petty criminal before being recruited by the Company. She fell in love with Mohinder while spying on him, and swore to get revenge on Sylar for his fathers murder.

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AbusiveParents
* [[spoiler:BetterToDieThanBeKilled]]
* CompellingVoice
* [[spoiler:HeroicSuicide]]
* JediMindTrick
* TheMole
* [[spoiler:StuffedIntoTheFridge]]
* TemporaryLoveInterest
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Candice Willmer]]
!!'''Candice Willmer (Missy Peregrym, Rachel Kimsey)'''
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-->'''Ability: Create Illusions'''

Born Betty, Candice is an agent of the Company who works directly for Thompson and Linderman who has the ability to create illusions. Tormented as a child for the way she looked, she took revenge on her classmates by driving them insane. She was later recruited by the Company and became one of their top agents.

!!!Associated Tropes:
* BigEater: Minor hints to her true appearance were given by her eating habits.
* DarkActionGirl
* TheDarkChick
* DeadpanSnarker
* [[spoiler:DroppedABridgeOnHer: Killed by Sylar in early Season 2, due to the change in actresses. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen If the actress had not changed, she would have been involved in a multi-episode arc with Sylar]].]]
* FauxAffablyEvil: She may seem chipper and nice, but like everything else about her, it's an illusion.
* FreudianExcuse: The abuse she suffered in her childhood by her classmates due to being fat.
** DarkAndTroubledPast: Gets dramatic with it in minor rant about [[HumansAreBastards people]] in a conversation with Micah.
* HolographicDisguise
* IHaveManyNames: Has several aliases, which her illusions make easy to create.
* ManipulativeBitch
* MasterOfIllusion
* MindRape: What she did to her classmates who bullied her, creating illusions that tricked them into thinking they were on fire, being attacked by monsters, etc. Threatens to do this to Micah.
* TheOtherDarrin: A justified trope since Candice can "shapeshift" into other people.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Donna Dunlap]]
!!'''Donna Dunlap'''
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-->'''Ability: [[SuperSenses Telescopic Vision]]'''

A former dentist assisstant recruited by the Company after discovering a painting by Isaac Mendez of her death. She became a mole for Evs Dropper after discovering the Company had erased some of her memory, but eventully broke off contact with them after falling in love with her partner, Eric Thompson Jr. and deciding that Evs Dropper was just as manipulative as the Company. [[spoiler:She was killed in the final battle against Evs Droper, just as Isaac had painted.]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* ActionGirl
* [[spoiler:AgonyOfTheFeet: Both are impaled to a bridge wired with explosives.]]
* ConspiracyRedemption
* [[spoiler:DamselInDistress: She is captured by Evs Dropper and nailed to a bridge with a bomb strapped to it. Thompson Jr. tries to save her, but fails.]]
* [[spoiler:FamousLastWords: "I love you, too."]]
* InnateNightVision
* InternalAffairs: Her first job at the Company is this, and she notes that it makes a lot of her coworkers nervous when she is around.
* TheMole: Very briefly for Evs Dropper.
* [[spoiler:ShootTheShaggyDog]]
* [[spoiler:StarCrossedLovers: With Thompson Jr.]]
* SuperSenses
* UnwittingPawn: To pretty much everyone.
* [[spoiler:YouCantFightFate]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Connie Logan]]
!!'''Connie Logan'''
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-->'''Ability: Face Alteration'''

A former world renowned make-up artist, Connie was recruited into the Company and partnered with her daughter Penny, using her ability to transform a persons face and vocal cords for 24 hours to successfully carry out dozens of missions. Noted for her extreme narcissism and obsession with beauty. [[spoiler:She is also one half of "Evs Dropper", seeking revenge with her daughter on the Company for using her husband as a lab rat to create hundreds of clones.]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* [[spoiler:AntiVillain]]
* [[spoiler:BigBadDuumvirate: As Evs Dropper with a Julien clone.]]
* BigNo: [[spoiler:When Penny is killed.]]
* FemmeFatale
* [[spoiler:KilledOffForReal: Shot by the Kill Squad.]]
* {{Narcissist}}
* [[spoiler:ObfuscatingStupidity]]
* PunctuatedForEmphasis: [[spoiler: "Kill. THEM. '''NOW'''." She tells this to her clone army after Penny is killed by the Kill Squad.]]
* [[spoiler:SheWhoFightsMonsters: She uses the same manipulative tactics and has just the same disregard for others lives as the leaders of The Company.]]
* [[spoiler:WellIntentionedExtremist]]
* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: She can change other peoples faces for twenty-four hours. [[SarcasmMode Awesome.]]
** [[spoiler:HeartIsAnAwesomePower: Of course, when you are running a conspiracy to bring down an evil company, it helps to have your [[TheMole moles]] be able to impersonate anyone you need.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Julien Dumont]]
!!'''Julien Dumont'''
-->'''Ability: Cloning'''

A former petty crime lord in Belgium, Dumont was captured by the Company and convinced to become an agent. He was killed in the line of duty, but numerous clones of his continue to exist and serve the Company. [[spoiler:He is actually being kept in a coma inside a Level 5 cell in order to be farmed for new clones to serve the Company. His wife Connie is one-half of Evs Dropper alongside another clone.]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* CloningBlues
* [[spoiler:FateWorseThanDeath: Kept in a coma for years while being farmed for new clones. Upon being freed, the memory of all the clones he created while in a coma come back to him and create severe mental anguish.]]
* [[spoiler:KilledOffForReal]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Bianca Karina]]
!!'''Bianca Karina (Nancy [=McCrumb=])'''
-->'''Ability: Adaptive Lungs'''

A Company agent whose lungs can adapt to breathe in any enviroment. She is engaged to Gael Cruz and partnered with Devin Patterson.

!!!Associated Tropes:
* ActionGirl
* BattleCouple: With Gael.
* CanonImmigrant: Appears very briefly in "The Butterfly Effect".
* DaddysGirl: She was very close to her father when growing up, and was easily recruited into the Company when she met Gael Cruz and noted how similar he was in personality to her father. [[{{Squick}} Then she and Gael got engaged]].
* [[spoiler:KilledOffForReal: Alongside Gael when attempting to stop Sylar.]]
* [[spoiler:NeckSnap]]
* OnlySaneWoman: One of the few Company agents not to go crazy with paranoia when Evs Dropper starts turning agents against each other.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Felicia Brooks]]
!!'''Felicia Brooks'''
-->'''Ability: Disintegration Touch'''

Felicia is a trainer for the Company with the ability to disintegrate anything she touches.

!!!Associated Tropes:
* ActionGirl
* DrillSergeantNasty
* [[spoiler:KilledOffForReal: In the battle against Evs Dropper.]]
* LadySwearsALot
* [[spoiler:MauveShirt]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Leonard Cushing]]
!!Leonard Cushing
-->'''Ability: Acid Secretion'''

!!!Associated Tropes:
* FrameUp: Evs Dropper makes him look like he is behind the murder of five human agents, causing Gael, Thompson Jr., and Devin to hunt him down. Thompson wants to capture him, but Devin shoots him when he thinks Cushing is about to kill Thomson.
* IWorkAlone: The Company had trouble finding a partner to work with him since he would drop off the grid for months at a time and disliked working with others. However, he and Thompson Jr. got along well and were eventually teamed up.
* RedShirt
[[/folder]]

!Human Agents

[[folder: Eric Thompson, Sr.]]
!!'''Eric Thompson, Sr.'''

A high ranking Company operative and trainer, Thompson brought Noah into the Company and raised his son to be an agent. He served directly under Linderman and was involved in the plot to destroy New York City.

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AffablyEvil
* BadassInANiceSuit
* [[spoiler:BoomHeadshot: Courtesy of Noah.]]
* TheDragon: To Linderman.
* [[spoiler:FamousLastWords: "What am I thinking now, Parkman?"]]
* PetTheDog: Letting Meredith escape after learning that she thought the Company had killed her daughter.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Ivan Spektor]]
!!'''Ivan Spektor'''

!!!Associated Tropes:
* RetiredBadass
* TheMentor: To Noah.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Lauren Gilmore]]
!!'''Lauren Gilmore (Elisabeth Rohm)'''

!!!Associated Tropes:
* ActionGirl
* BadassNormal
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: When still working for the Company, Lauren had The Haitian erase her memories involving her attraction and flirtation with Noah since she did not want to be the cause of him cheating on his wife.
* RememberTheNewGuy: She was a Company Agent who worked with Noah and they were at the Burnt Toast Diner the day of Charlie's death.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: She looks a lot like Tracy and resumes working with Noah after Tracy with him. It's suspected that her story arc with Noah was originally intended for Tracy.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Gael Cruz]]
!!'''Gael Cruz (Kanin Howell)'''

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AmbiguouslyEvil
* BeardOfEvil
* CanonImmigrant: Appears very briefly in "The Butterfly Effect".
* [[spoiler:KilledOffForReal: When attempting to stop Sylar]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Eric Thompson, Jr.]]
!!'''Eric Thompson, Jr.'''

!!!Associated Tropes:
* {{Badass}}
* TheCasanova
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
** TookALevelInJerkass: After [[spoiler:Donna dies.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Sabine Hazel]]
!!'''Sabine Hazel'''

!!!Associated Tropes:
* ActionGirl
* [[spoiler:PregnantBadass]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Penny Logan]]
!!'''Penny Logan'''

!!!Associated Tropes:
* ActionGirl
* [[spoiler:BoomHeadshot]]
* ButterFace
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Devin Patterson]]
!!'''Devin Patterson'''

The partner of Bianca and a friend of Thompson.

!!!Associated Tropes:
* [[spoiler:KilledOffForReal: The German kills him by redirecting dozens of bullets into him.]]
[[/folder]]
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