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* TookALevelInBadass: Staying {{Adorkable}} for most of the episode, towards the end he shows some guts by standing up to Manuel Godoy's soldiers when they were taking the orphans back to their orphanage, a {{Foreshadowing}} of what he will do in the future. Also, it made María Teresa look at Bolívar with other eyes.

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* TookALevelInBadass: Staying {{Adorkable}} for most Towards the end of the episode, towards the end he shows some guts by standing up to Manuel Godoy's soldiers when they were taking the orphans back to their orphanage, a {{Foreshadowing}} of what he will do in the future. Also, it made María Teresa look at Bolívar with other eyes.

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* DoomedMoralVictor: [[spoiler:After Julián tells him that he will be killed in Granada in the Civil War if he goes back there, and shows him Camarón de la Isla turned one of his poems into songs in UsefulNotes/TheSeventies, Lorca decides to accept his fate and "leave things as they are", thinking that he won out in the end since three and a half decades of dictatorship couldn't erase him from the collective memory.]]


* DashingHispanic: Wears a goatee, he can use a sword -- [[LamePun or two swords]] -- and is a magnet for every woman thanks to his lyrics.

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* DashingHispanic: Wears a goatee, he can use a sword -- [[LamePun or two swords]] swords -- and is a magnet for every woman thanks to his lyrics.


* YourCheatingHeart: Has not one, but two lovers: Pepita Tudó and the Queen herself. He even has the nerve to walk hand-in-hand with Pepita in public, which baffles Alonso.


->''' Played by:''' Carlos Hipólito

King of the Spanish Empire in the XVI century. After the Spanish Armada's defeat, he decides to use the Ministry of Time to correct his mistakes.

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->''' Played by:''' Carlos Hipólito

Hipólito (Episode 21), Jorge Clemente (Episode 37)

King of the Spanish Empire in the XVI 16th century. After the Spanish Armada's defeat, he decides to use the Ministry of Time to correct his mistakes.

Earlier in his reign, as Consort King of England, he seeks to secure his wife Mary's reign by having a heir to the English throne with her and helping her gain the Englishmen's loyalty.



* TheEmperor: Of the Spanish Empire. And after conquering the Ministry of Time, of ''Spanish history itself''.



* KnightOfCerebus: [[spoiler:Lombardi]] changing history was hilarious; Philip II changing history is ''terrifying''. He basically personifies the reason why the Ministry of Time needs to protect it.
* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: There is no place in his Empire for homosexuals, and the women must StayInTheKitchen. After all, he comes from the XVI century, and PoliticallyCorrectHistory is definitely not in place here.
* TheEmperor: Of the Spanish Empire. And after conquering the Ministry of Time, of ''Spanish history itself''.

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* KnightOfCerebus: [[spoiler:Lombardi]] changing history was hilarious; hilarious and mostly cosmetic; Philip II changing history is ''terrifying''. He basically personifies the reason why the Ministry of Time needs to protect it.
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* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: There is no place in his Empire for homosexuals, and the women must StayInTheKitchen. After all, he comes from the XVI 16th century, and PoliticallyCorrectHistory is definitely not in place here.
* TheEmperor: Of the Spanish Empire. And after conquering the Ministry ReallyGetsAround: In his youth, he is quite prone to having sex with any pretty maid he can find, and had Tiziano paint a naked painting of Time, of ''Spanish history itself''.his lover Isabel de Osorio so he could look at it when he had to LieBackAndThinkOfEngland (literally) with his wife [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_I_of_England Mary]].
* SelfDeprecation: He thinks (and says) that he will never be as good as his father Carlos I.


* UnreliableNarrator: He tells the naïve Amelia that he couldn't ship to the San Juan because he didn't get in time... Only for the audience to know because of a flashback that he spent a night with a beautiful woman.

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* UnreliableNarrator: He tells the naïve Amelia that he couldn't ship to the San Juan because he didn't get in time... Only for the audience to know because of find through a flashback that he spent a night with a beautiful woman.



* CastingGag: She is played by Michelle Jenner, who portrayed her in a previous TV series. In-universe [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Julián -- Rodolfo Sancho played her husband, king Ferdinand of Aragón.

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* CastingGag: She is played by Michelle Jenner, who portrayed her in a previous TV series. In-universe [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Julián -- Rodolfo Sancho played her husband, king King Ferdinand of Aragón.



* TrueCompanions: Lorca doesn't feel any romantic feelings towards Julián (that is Creator/SalvadorDali) but the fact that they met in dreams and understands Julián's sadness make them good friends. [[spoiler:Makes a surprising return in Episode 35 to help Julián recover his memories after losing them in the incident that supposedly killed him.]]

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* TrueCompanions: Lorca doesn't feel any romantic feelings towards Julián (that is Creator/SalvadorDali) but the fact that they met in dreams and understands Julián's sadness make them good friends. [[spoiler:Makes a surprising return in Episode 35 to help Julián recover his memories after losing them in the incident that supposedly killed him.him, and when Julián manages to remember he decides to bring the poet to the future so he can see how much of an impact he made in Spanish culture.]]


* BodyDouble: He uses them so he can skip on official receptions and go hunting.
* HiddenDepths: He wrote the script for [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raza_(film) a movie]].



* CastingGag: She is played by Michelle Jenner, who portrayed her in a previous TV series. In-universe [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Julián --Rodolfo Sancho played her husband, king Ferdinand of Aragón--.

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* CastingGag: She is played by Michelle Jenner, who portrayed her in a previous TV series. In-universe [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Julián --Rodolfo -- Rodolfo Sancho played her husband, king Ferdinand of Aragón--.Aragón.



* TrueCompanions: Lorca doesn't feel any romantic feelings towards Julián (that is Creator/SalvadorDali) but the fact that they met in dreams and understands Julián's sadness make them good friends.

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* TrueCompanions: Lorca doesn't feel any romantic feelings towards Julián (that is Creator/SalvadorDali) but the fact that they met in dreams and understands Julián's sadness make them good friends. [[spoiler:Makes a surprising return in Episode 35 to help Julián recover his memories after losing them in the incident that supposedly killed him.]]



* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:When his attempts to premiere his theatre play ''The Algiers baths'', which historically was never played, go bunk. His suicide attempt is stopped in the nick of time by the patrol.]]

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* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:When his attempts to premiere his theatre play ''The Algiers baths'', Baths'', which historically was never played, go bunk. His suicide attempt is stopped in the nick of time by the patrol.]]



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[[folder:Bécquer]]

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[[folder:Bécquer]][[folder:Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer]]



* DidNotGetTheGirl: [[spoiler:Mencía commits suicide and their love will never consumate though she left Juana's orphan baby to his care]].

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* DidNotGetTheGirl: [[spoiler:Mencía commits suicide and their love will never consumate be consummated, though she left Juana's orphan baby to his care]].



* RescueRomance: Invokes this with the help of Pacino and Alonso during his attempts to win Teresa's heart. He intends to rescue her from two assailants, who are actually just two hired actors, to show her she will always be safe with him. [[spoiler:An untimely interference from Velázquez, who was unaware of what was going on, sends the plan crashing down.]]

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* RescueRomance: Invokes Attempts to invoke this with the help of Pacino and Alonso during his attempts to win Teresa's heart. He intends to rescue her from two assailants, who are actually just two hired actors, to show her she will always be safe with him. [[spoiler:An untimely interference from Velázquez, who was unaware of what was going on, sends the plan crashing down.]]



The queen of Spain between 1599 and 1611, and the wife to King Philip III of Spain.

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The queen of Spain between 1599 and 1611, and the wife to King Philip III of Spain.



* {{Jerkass}}: Like Manuel Godoy, he is the King's most important man and a complete asshole. He antagonizes the queen, does not tolerate {{Satire}} and self-deprecating humor, and did not let Cervantes to create a play for the pleasure of the English that were going to sign a treaty of peace.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Like Manuel Godoy, he is the King's most important man supporter and a complete asshole. He antagonizes the queen, Queen, does not tolerate {{Satire}} and self-deprecating humor, and did not let allow Cervantes to create a play for the pleasure of the English that were going to sign a treaty of peace.


* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler:King Philip dies from old age in his bed, all alone and found with [[{{Squick}} defecation]]. After he comes to his senses, Amelia helps him to die peacefully, helping to remember his happy childhood days with his mother.]]

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* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler:King Philip dies from old age in his bed, all alone and found with [[{{Squick}} defecation]]. After he comes to his senses, Amelia helps him to die peacefully, helping getting him to remember his happy childhood days with his mother.]]


* BadLiar: He tells the naïve Amelia that he couldn't ship to the San Juan because he didn't get in time... Only for the audience to know because of a flashback that he spent a night with a beautiful woman.


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* UnreliableNarrator: He tells the naïve Amelia that he couldn't ship to the San Juan because he didn't get in time... Only for the audience to know because of a flashback that he spent a night with a beautiful woman.


* CrisisOfFaith: It is heavily implied that he suffered one in Christianism after the shipwreck, and seems to have completely reneged it.

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* CrisisOfFaith: It is heavily implied that he suffered one in Christianism after the shipwreck, and seems to have completely reneged abandoned it.

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[[folder:Gonzalo Guerrero]]
!![[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gonzalo_Guerrero Gonzalo Guerrero]]
->'''Played by:''' Miguel Ángel Muñoz

A Spanish sailor who was enslaved by the Maya and became a respected warrior for them.
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* CrisisOfFaith: It is heavily implied that he suffered one in Christianism after the shipwreck, and seems to have completely reneged it.
* MeaningfulName: His surname means 'warrior'.
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!!Creator/MiguelDeCervantes Saavedra

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!!Creator/MiguelDeCervantes Saavedra!![[Creator/MiguelDeCervantes Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra]]



* BrokenPedestal: Amelia is very disappointed to see Cervantes and Lope de Vega fighting and arguing like little kids for meeting Shakespeare.

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* BrokenPedestal: Amelia is very disappointed to see Cervantes and Lope de Vega fighting and arguing like little kids for over meeting Shakespeare.



* DudeWheresMyRespect: His rivalry with Lope de Vega runs partly on this. Cervantes is annoyed of getting little, if any, credit for his works outside ''Don Quixote'', and having to struggle to get his theatre plays represented while Lope gets one theatrical success after another.

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* DudeWheresMyRespect: His rivalry with Lope de Vega runs partly on this. Cervantes is annoyed of at getting little, if any, credit for his works outside ''Don Quixote'', and having to struggle to get his theatre plays represented presented while Lope gets one theatrical success after another.


* BrokenPedestal: Amelia's admiration for him takes a hard hit on episode 26 when Lope caves in to the Duke of Lerma's demands of not representing a play that derides him to avoid having his theatre license revoked indefinitely. And yet another one when she catches him about to brawl with Cervantes later on.

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* BrokenPedestal: Amelia's admiration for him takes a hard hit on in episode 26 when Lope caves in to the Duke of Lerma's demands of to not representing present a play that derides him to avoid having his theatre license revoked indefinitely. And yet another one when she catches him about to brawl with Cervantes later on.



!![[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miguel_de_Cervantes Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra]]

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!![[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miguel_de_Cervantes Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra]]!!Creator/MiguelDeCervantes Saavedra


* AdaptationalVillainy: Himself and the Inquisition as a whole are depicted here as far more ruthless than their real-life counterparts. The real Torquemada certainly wouldn't have dared ignore orders from the Queen or an edict from the Pope.


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* HistoricalVillainUpgrade: Himself and the Inquisition as a whole are depicted here as far more ruthless than their real-life counterparts. The real Torquemada certainly wouldn't have dared ignore orders from the Queen or an edict from the Pope.


* AdaptationalVillainy: Himself and the Inquisition as a whole are depicted here as far more ruthless than their real-life counterparts. The real Torquemada certainly wouldn't have dared ignore orders from the Queen on an edict from the Pope.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Himself and the Inquisition as a whole are depicted here as far more ruthless than their real-life counterparts. The real Torquemada certainly wouldn't have dared ignore orders from the Queen on or an edict from the Pope.

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