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[[WMG: UsefulNotes/{{Otherkin}} are Wesen that reveal who they are through
wearing face paint & mask versions of their woged selves and using the names Kehrseite know them as]]

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[[WMG: UsefulNotes/{{Otherkin}} are actually Wesen that reveal who they are through
wearing
through face paint & mask versions of their woged selves and using the names Kehrseite know them as]]


[[WMG: UsefulNotes/Otherkin are Wesen that reveal who they are through
wearing face paint & mask versions of their woged selves and using the names Kehrseite know them as.]]

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[[WMG: UsefulNotes/Otherkin UsefulNotes/{{Otherkin}} are Wesen that reveal who they are through
wearing face paint & mask versions of their woged selves and using the names Kehrseite know them as.]]as]]


In [=S2E2=], "The Kiss", we get a FreezeFrameBonus, that the Mauvis Dentes' fingerprints is linked to a murder in Odense, Denmark. This is where Andersen was born. We can assume that Andersen, like in real life, didn't have any direct descendants. But who is to say that there aren't non-direct descendants around somewhere.

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In [=S2E2=], "The Kiss", we get a FreezeFrameBonus, that the Mauvis Dentes' fingerprints is linked to a murder in Odense, Denmark. This is where Andersen was born. We can assume that Andersen, like in real life, didn't have any direct descendants. But who is to say that there aren't non-direct descendants around somewhere.somewhere.

[[WMG: UsefulNotes/Otherkin are Wesen that reveal who they are through
wearing face paint & mask versions of their woged selves and using the names Kehrseite know them as.]]
It's one big joke they like to play on Kehrseite.


'''For GrandUnifyingGuesses, please go [[WMG/GrandUnifyingGuessesGrimm here]].'''

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'''For GrandUnifyingGuesses, WMG/GrandUnifyingGuesses, please go [[WMG/GrandUnifyingGuessesGrimm here]].'''



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* The Iron Age Belgae, a coalition of tribes that apparently vexed the Roman Legions. Their name is usually translated to mean "those who swell (with battle-fury)", which sounds a lot like woge. Caesar also called them "the bravest" of the Gauls, indicating they put up quite a fight.
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* A raven-like Wesen which inspired Odin and Valkyries, psyching up other people for battle so they could loot the bodies afterwards. In modern times, they are still tied to {{CorruptChurch}}es, in an "AnimalFarm Moses Sugardcandy Mountain" kind of way.

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* A raven-like Wesen which inspired Odin and Valkyries, psyching up other people for battle so they could loot the bodies afterwards. In modern times, they are still tied to {{CorruptChurch}}es, in an "AnimalFarm "Literature/AnimalFarm Moses Sugardcandy Mountain" kind of way.


* Who is to say that Hans Christian Andersen wasn't a Grimm in this universe. In S2E2, "The Kiss", we get a FreezeFrameBonus of the Mauvis Dentes' fingerprints being linked to a murder in Odense, Andersen's birthplace. He may not have had any direct descendants in real life (or in the show's universe), but who is to say that there wasn't someone in the same bloodline, with the same abilities.

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* Who is to say that Hans Christian Andersen wasn't a Grimm in this universe. In S2E2, [=S2E2=], "The Kiss", we get a FreezeFrameBonus of the Mauvis Dentes' fingerprints being linked to a murder in Odense, Andersen's birthplace. He may not have had any direct descendants in real life (or in the show's universe), but who is to say that there wasn't someone in the same bloodline, with the same abilities.



* There is already talk about an important date, which could mean the end of the world. There was also talk of Diana's birth being an important event in earlier seasons, so this could very well be her purpose.

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* There is already talk about an important date, which could mean the end of the world. There was also talk of Diana's birth being an important event in earlier seasons, so this could very well be her purpose.purpose.

[[WMG: In this universe, Creator/HansChristianAndersen was a Grimm]]
In [=S2E2=], "The Kiss", we get a FreezeFrameBonus, that the Mauvis Dentes' fingerprints is linked to a murder in Odense, Denmark. This is where Andersen was born. We can assume that Andersen, like in real life, didn't have any direct descendants. But who is to say that there aren't non-direct descendants around somewhere.



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* Who is to say that Hans Christian Andersen wasn't a Grimm in this universe. In S2E2, "The Kiss", we get a FreezeFrameBonus of the Mauvis Dentes' fingerprints being linked to a murder in Odense, Andersen's birthplace. He may not have had any direct descendants in real life (or in the show's universe), but who is to say that there wasn't someone in the same bloodline, with the same abilities.



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** [[spoiler:Confirmed. The series finally casually mentions that Trubel is Nick's third cousin on his mother's side.]]


* [[FetishFuel Agreed]], [[EvilIsSexy definitely]]. ...that's not what you meant? ''*Whistles innocently*''

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* [[FetishFuel Agreed]], Agreed, [[EvilIsSexy definitely]]. ...that's not what you meant? ''*Whistles innocently*''


[[WMG: The Reapers will return in Season 6.]]

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[[WMG: The Reapers will return in Season 6.]]]]

[[WMG: Diana will be instrumental in the season 6 finale.]]
* There is already talk about an important date, which could mean the end of the world. There was also talk of Diana's birth being an important event in earlier seasons, so this could very well be her purpose.


[[WMG: The [[spoiler: healing stick that they found]] is a fragment of the cross.]]]]

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[[WMG: The [[spoiler: healing stick that they found]] is It's a fragment of the cross.]]]]
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[[spoiler: it's a giant splinter with healing powers,]] it seems to fit. Not to mention that it was buried by crusaders in a tomb.


[[WMG: The [[spoiler: healing stick that they found]] is a fragment of the cross.]]

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[[WMG: The [[spoiler: healing stick that they found]] is a fragment of the cross.]]
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