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** Even if Nick wouldn’t face any legal consequences, the public scandal would almost certainly have ended his career as a police detective.

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** I believe it was established somewhere that Renard recognizes some of the signs of a Wesen being involved and gives them to Nick.


** Renard was only forced to flee, cause the Queen apparently want him dead. As such he was the child of an adulterous affair. As Neither Sean or Eric are married, that doesn't apply in Diana's case.

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** Renard was only forced to flee, cause the Queen apparently want him dead. As such he was the child of an adulterous affair. As Neither neither Sean or nor Eric are is married, that doesn't apply in Diana's case.

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** It might not be Juliette's house, just Nick's. When she didn't have her memories of Nick, she still remembered Monroe and other people, so her brain kind of filled in the blanks. Without her memories of Nick, she might just believe it was her house because, well, why else would she be living there? Of course it's her house. In reality, it's Nick's house and she just didn't remember because she didn't remember Nick. That would also explain why he could sell the house without her.


* Have they ever revealed the significance of Trubel's chess piece? With it being a knight, I figured it hid one of the seven keys, but since they've found the treasure in the fifth season and only needed five of the keys, it seems a little redundant. Just seems strange to throw in something that seemed very significance plot-wise and then ignore it.

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* Have they ever revealed the significance of Trubel's chess piece? With it being a knight, I figured it hid one of the seven keys, but since they've found the treasure in the fifth season and only needed five of the keys, it seems a little redundant. Just seems strange to throw in something that seemed very significance plot-wise and then ignore it.it.
** Seems to be more to establish her character and a chess motif are always good for that. If it was going to be a Chekhov Gun it might had been cut when the series ended so quickly, or might have been the start of an on going chess motif that was going to be built apon. like if we apply the chess motif to Juliette, she's a pawn that's become a queen- this is definitely crossing into WMG territory however.


* Have they ever revealed the significance of Trubel's chess piece? With it being a knight, I figured it hid one of the seven keys, but since they've found the treasure in the fifth season and only needed five of the keys, it seems a little redundant. Just seems strange to throw in something that seemed very significance plot-wise and then ignore it.
* At the end of season 4, Meisner take Diana. In "Inugami", season 5, we see Rachel bring Diana to Renard. How did Rachel get a hold of Diana?

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* Have they ever revealed the significance of Trubel's chess piece? With it being a knight, I figured it hid one of the seven keys, but since they've found the treasure in the fifth season and only needed five of the keys, it seems a little redundant. Just seems strange to throw in something that seemed very significance plot-wise and then ignore it.
* At the end of season 4, Meisner take Diana. In "Inugami", season 5, we see Rachel bring Diana to Renard. How did Rachel get a hold of Diana?
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* At the end of season 4, Meisner (resistance and Hadrian's Wall) take Diana. In "Inugami", season 5, we see Rachel (Black Claw) bring Diana to Renard. How did Rachel get a hold of Diana?

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* At the end of season 4, Meisner (resistance and Hadrian's Wall) take Diana. In "Inugami", season 5, we see Rachel (Black Claw) bring Diana to Renard. How did Rachel get a hold of Diana?


* Have they ever revealed the significance of Trubel's chess piece? With it being a knight, I figured it hid one of the seven keys, but since they've found the treasure in the fifth season and only needed five of the keys, it seems a little redundant. Just seems strange to throw in something that seemed very significance plot-wise and then ignore it.

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* Have they ever revealed the significance of Trubel's chess piece? With it being a knight, I figured it hid one of the seven keys, but since they've found the treasure in the fifth season and only needed five of the keys, it seems a little redundant. Just seems strange to throw in something that seemed very significance plot-wise and then ignore it.it.
* At the end of season 4, Meisner (resistance and Hadrian's Wall) take Diana. In "Inugami", season 5, we see Rachel (Black Claw) bring Diana to Renard. How did Rachel get a hold of Diana?


** But on that note, what exactly are the royals (i just watched the episode about the [[spoiler: Parasite infested human that made him look like a wesen]]), because as explained by rosalee, if a human and a wesen have a child, the child will either be wesen or human by a 50/50 chance, but [[spoiler: renard is a Zauberbiest/royal hybrid but he clearly only half woges]] so clearly whatever royals are they arent 100% pure human

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** But on that note, what exactly are the royals (i just watched the episode about the [[spoiler: Parasite infested human that made him look like a wesen]]), because as explained by rosalee, if a human and a wesen have a child, the child will either be wesen or human by a 50/50 chance, but [[spoiler: renard is a Zauberbiest/royal hybrid but he clearly only half woges]] so clearly whatever royals are they arent 100% pure humanhuman
* Have they ever revealed the significance of Trubel's chess piece? With it being a knight, I figured it hid one of the seven keys, but since they've found the treasure in the fifth season and only needed five of the keys, it seems a little redundant. Just seems strange to throw in something that seemed very significance plot-wise and then ignore it.


** I'm a fan of the show but this is one of the things I think it handles poorly. Yes, in reality it's very unlikely that Wesen existence could go unnotice in moder times considering modern forensic science and technology if their violent behavior is so common. In other shows this is handled better IMO, in the Series/XFiles strange murders are so uncommon that the entire FBI only have two people in the entire country working on them and in Buffy demons' crimes are kept secret by a very well orchestrated masquerade by both the government and demonic organization themselves (like Wolfram and Hart).

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** I'm a fan of the show but this is one of the things I think it handles poorly. Yes, in reality it's very unlikely that Wesen existence could go unnotice unnoticed in moder modern times considering modern forensic science and technology if their violent behavior is so common. In other shows this is handled better IMO, in the Series/XFiles X Files strange murders are so uncommon that the entire FBI only have two people in the entire country working on them and in Buffy demons' crimes are kept secret by a very well orchestrated masquerade by both the government and demonic organization themselves (like Wolfram and Hart). Hart).


** I'ma fan of the show but this is one of the things I think it handles poorly. Yes, in reality it's very unlikely that Wesen existence could go unnotice in moder times considering modern forensic science and technology if their violent behavior is so common. In other shows this is handled better IMO, in the Series/XFiles strange murders are so uncommon that the entire FBI only have two people in the entire country working on them and in Buffy demons' crimes are kept secret by a very well orchestrated masquerade by both the government and demonic organization themselves (like Wolfram and Hart).

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** I'ma I'm a fan of the show but this is one of the things I think it handles poorly. Yes, in reality it's very unlikely that Wesen existence could go unnotice in moder times considering modern forensic science and technology if their violent behavior is so common. In other shows this is handled better IMO, in the Series/XFiles strange murders are so uncommon that the entire FBI only have two people in the entire country working on them and in Buffy demons' crimes are kept secret by a very well orchestrated masquerade by both the government and demonic organization themselves (like Wolfram and Hart).

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** I'ma fan of the show but this is one of the things I think it handles poorly. Yes, in reality it's very unlikely that Wesen existence could go unnotice in moder times considering modern forensic science and technology if their violent behavior is so common. In other shows this is handled better IMO, in the Series/XFiles strange murders are so uncommon that the entire FBI only have two people in the entire country working on them and in Buffy demons' crimes are kept secret by a very well orchestrated masquerade by both the government and demonic organization themselves (like Wolfram and Hart).

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** Cuz Nick is very Badass.

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** It's probable that some wesen simply become doctors or nurses and then go wherever there's a need (i.e., a wesen population that's underserved). It's also probable that there are good reasons for so many wesen to prefer alternative medicine; consider that in the ''Grimm'' universe, the wesen population is probably a good explanation for why so many drugs have unexpected side-effects after they go through testing. But going to a hospital for major trauma or diseases is probably relatively safe. The reflexive woge tends to be the one that humans can't see, so it's unlikely that a woge in the hospital is going to reveal anything.


* I have a theory, are Grimms Wesen themselves? like a severly diluted kind? they are noted to be above human level stength and agility and stuf like that, so maybe they are just a severly diluted breed of wesen, i mean look at [[spoiler: Renard]] he is [[spoiler: Half zauberbiest half royal, and his woge seems to only change him halfway]] so maybe Grimms have had their species bloodline bred down so much that they only have the BlackEyesOfEvil?

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* I have a theory, are Grimms Wesen themselves? like a severly diluted kind? they are noted to be above human level stength and agility and stuf like that, so maybe they are just a severly diluted breed of wesen, i mean look at [[spoiler: Renard]] he is [[spoiler: Half zauberbiest half royal, and his woge seems to only change him halfway]] so maybe Grimms have had their species bloodline bred down so much that they only have the BlackEyesOfEvil?BlackEyesOfEvil?
** But on that note, what exactly are the royals (i just watched the episode about the [[spoiler: Parasite infested human that made him look like a wesen]]), because as explained by rosalee, if a human and a wesen have a child, the child will either be wesen or human by a 50/50 chance, but [[spoiler: renard is a Zauberbiest/royal hybrid but he clearly only half woges]] so clearly whatever royals are they arent 100% pure human

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