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     In General 

  • After the End:
    • Earth-15 is a dead Earth with no inhabitants.
    • As of Hour 3 of Crisis on Infinite Earths every single Earth in the multiverse has been consumed by antimatter.
  • Alternate Self: Plenty.
    • So far, Harrison Wells has the most counterparts shown with fourteen. They are from Earths 1, 2, 12, 13, 17, 19, 22, 24, 25, 47, 221, and three unnumbered ones.
    • Renee Adler has the second most number of confirmed counterparts with six (Earths 1, 38, 221, and three unnamed ones).
    • Francisco "Cisco" Ramon has the third most number of confirmed counterparts with five (Earths 1, 2, 19, 22, and X).
    • Characters with three confirmed counterparts are:
      • Oliver Queen, Dinah Laurel Lance, Felicity Smoak, Sara Lance, Quentin Larry Lance and Tommy Merlyn (Earths 1, 2, 16, and X).
      • James Olsen and Alex Danvers (Earths 1, 38, and X)
      • James Jesse (Earths 1, 3, and 90).
      • Bruce Wayne (Earths 1, 2, 38, 66, 89, 96, 99).
    • Characters with two confirmed counterparts are:
      • Kara Zor-El, Winslow Schott, Jr., John Corben, and Red Tornado (Earths 38 and X).
      • Thea Queen, Caitlin Snow, Martin Stein, Joe West, Damien Darhk, Ronnie Raymond, Linda Park, Hunter Zolomon, Robert Queen, David Singh, Shay Lamden, Henry Hewitt, Al Rothstein, Adam Fells, Clay Parker, Dante Ramon, Patty Spivot, Brett Collins, Floyd Lawton, Moira Queen, Simon Morrison/Adrian Chase, Curtis Holt, Dinah Drake, Rene Ramirez, and Malcolm Merlyn (Earths 1 and 2).
      • Ray Terrill, Mick Rory, John Trujillo, and Jenny Knight (Earths 1 and X).
      • Grodd and Shade (Earths 1 and 19).
      • Anthony Bellows, Julio Mendez, Tina McGee, and Zoey Clark (Earths 1 and 90).
      • John Diggle (Earths 1 and 90).
    • Earth-90 is an interesting case, particularly involving the Allen family, Iris West, Leonard Snart, Linda Park, and Sam Scudder.
      • John Wesley Shipp plays Barry Allen there, whereas the Earths 1 and 2 versions are played by Grant Gustin. Shipp also plays the Earth-1 Henry Allen and Jay Garrick from Earth-3, but their respective counterparts on Earth-90 are played by M. Emmet Walsh and Tim Thomerson.
      • Nora Thompson-Allen is played by Priscilla Pointer, but is played by Michelle Harrison on Earths 1 and 2, with Harrison playing an Earth-3 character who is supposed to be the counterpart of Earth-90 Nora's daughter-in-law.
      • Iris West-Allen is played by Paula Marshall, but is played by Candice Patton on Earths 1 and 2.
      • Earth-90 has Leonard Wynters as the supervillain Captain Cold played by Michael Champion, but the Truer to the Text versions of Leonard Snart from Earths 1 and X are both played by Wentworth Miller.
      • Linda Park is played by Mariko Tse. On Earth-1 she's originally played by Olivia Cheng before Malese Jow takes over. The Earth-2 version is only ever played by Jow.
      • Sam Scudder is played by David Cassidy, but is played by Grey Damon on Earth-1.
    • Crisis On Infinite Earths makes it even more confusing, as multiple versions of the same character on different Earths, have different actors.
  • Alternate Universe: Hence the name "Other Earths". According to Prof. Stein, there are at least 52 of them based on the number of dimensional breaches on the main one, which he dubs Earth-1. Kara later confirms there are exactly 52 ... only for Harry Wells to reveal the existence of a 53rd — Earth-X. Jay Garrick's travels later on disprove this, charting at least 898 alternate Earths as he follows the antimatter wave. Since then, it's been revealed the total number of Earths outside this central "cluster" is much higher — an infinite number, if we take the Monitor completely literally, or at least numbering in the millions (since once the Crisis gets underway Earths are being destroyed at a rate of one per second).
  • Bad Future: A few of the other Earths serve as this for Earth-1, such as Earth-16 and Earth-99.
  • Canon Welding: The Arrowverse started doing this at first by establishing Supergirl was in an alternate universe from Arrow and The Flash (2014), then escalated by incorporating the long canceled show The Flash (1990) in various hints and Shout Outs before officially canonizing it as Earth-90 in the 2018 Elseworlds crossover. Crisis on Infinite Earths (2019) has escalated into trying to incorporate every single DC Comics screen adaptation into their Multiverse, a level of ambition to match the original Crisis in the comics (which had an on-panel appearance of every single costumed character DC owned the rights to).
  • Dead Alternate Counterpart: Several.
    • Two (from Earths 1 and 19) of the fourteen confirmed Harrison Wellses are confirmed dead. As fate would have it, both deaths involved body changing devices and evil speedsters from the future who time traveled to the past to kill an important woman in Earth-1 Barry Allen's life.
    • Of John Wesley Shipp's four confirmed characters, one (Henry Allen from Earth-1) is confirmed dead. note 
      • Since Tim Thomerson's re-imagined version of Jay Garrick (named Jay Allen) was killed in Earth-90, this makes him this trope to the Earth-3 Jay Garrick played by Shipp.
      • The Earth-1 Henry Allen also played by Shipp is this to the M. Emmett Walsh version of Henry Allen from Earth-90 as well as the Earth-2 version.
    • Of the five confirmed Francisco Ramons, two (from Earths 2 and 22) are confirmed dead. The Earth-1 version actually died twice, but was brought Back from the Dead both times via Cosmic Retcon from Earth-1 Barry Allen
    • Of the three confirmed Oliver Queens, two (from Earths 2 and X) are confirmed dead. The Earth-X version was in fact killed by his Earth-1 counterpart. The Earth-1 version himself actually died briefly two years earlier, but was brought Back from the Dead via Cosmic Retcon from Earth-1 Barry Allen.
    • Of the three confirmed Dinah Laurel Lances, one (from Earth-1) is confirmed dead. The Earth-1 version actually died earlier, but was brought Back from the Dead via Cosmic Retcon from Earth-1 Barry Allen.
    • Of the three confirmed Quentin Larry Lances, two (from Earths 1 and 2) are confirmed dead.
    • Of the three confirmed Sara Lances, two (from Earth 2 and X) are confirmed dead. The remaining one (from Earth-1) technically died too, but was brought Back from the Dead (possibly twice).
    • Of the three confirmed Nora Thompson-Allens, one (from Earth-1) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the three confirmed Leonard Snarts/Wynters, one (from Earth-1) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the three confirmed Alex Danverses, one (from Earth-X) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the three confirmed James Olsens, one (from Earth-X) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the two confirmed Kara Zor-Els, one (from Earth-X) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the two confirmed Caitlin Snows, one (from Earth-2) is confirmed dead. She actually died because she tried to kill her Earth-1 counterpart. The Earth-1 version actually died earlier, but was brought Back from the Dead via Cosmic Retcon from Earth-1 Barry Allen.
    • Of the two confirmed Joe Wests, one (from Earth-2) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the two confirmed Ray Terrills, one (from Earth-X) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the two confirmed Damien Darhks, one (from Earth-1) is confirmed dead. The Earth-1 version actually died twice before being finally Killed Off for Real.
    • Of the two confirmed Julio Mendezes, one (from Earth-1) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the two confirmed Shay Lamdens, one (from Earth-1) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the two confirmed Clay Parkers, one (from Earth-2) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the two confirmed Adam Fellses, one (from Earth-2) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the two confirmed Brett Collinses, one (from Earth-2) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the two confirmed Thea Queens, one (from Earth-2) is confirmed dead. The Earth-1 version actually died earlier, but was brought Back from the Dead via Cosmic Retcon from Earth-1 Barry Allen.
    • Of the two confirmed Curtis Holts, one (from Earth-2) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the two confirmed Rene Ramirezes, one (from Earth-2) is confirmed dead.
    • Of the two confirmed Dinah Drakes, one (from Earth-2) is confirmed dead.
    • Three of the confirmed Tommy Merlyns (Earths 1, 2 and X) are all dead.
    • Two of the confirmed Ronnie Raymonds (Earths 1 and 2), Martin Steins (Earths 1 and 2), Al Rothsteins (Earths 1 and 2), John Corbens (Earths 38 and X), Red Tornadoes (Earths 38 and X), Robert Queens (Earths 1 and 2), Moira Queens (Earths 1 and 2), Simon Morrisons/Adrian Chases (Earths 1 and 2), and Malcolm Merlyns (Earths 1 and 2) are all dead.
    • Of the two confirmed Kate Kanes, one (from Earth-99) is confirmed dead.
  • Doppelgänger: While they're technically alternate selves, this is how they are called by the main characters.
  • Expendable Alternate Universe:
    • A trend in The Flash Season 2 is that Barry has far less of a problem killing Earth-2 counterpart villains, as opposed to his Thou Shalt Not Kill vow for Earth-1 versions. The only known exception is Dr. Light.
    • An unnumbered Earth attempted to conquer Earth-19 in the past. This is the very reason for their strict rules regarding dimension travelling.
  • The Ghost: Earth-15 is only mentioned when Cisco opens a breach to it, but is otherwise never shown.
  • Hero of Another Story: Three of the other Earths have their own show. The Crisis on Infinite Earths massively expanded this with cameos from every DC adaptation the creators could fit in.
  • Hufflepuff House: Of at least 52 Earths, only Earths-1-3, 19, 38, 90, 221, and X are visited (though Earth-3 is the only one not fleshed out).
  • In Spite of a Nail:
    • All Earths apparently share the same cities. Central City, Star City, Corto Maltese, Kasnia, Opal City, and Gotham City in particular are the ones explicitly mentioned.
    • Cadmus exists in both Earth-1 and Earth-38, though it appears to be more prominent in the latter universe.
    • In the big "Invasion" crossover, Supergirl mentions that the Dominators exist in her universe as well as the Arrowverse.
    • Mariah Carey is a popular singer on both Earth-1 and Earth-38.
    • A character played by John Wesley Shipp was imprisoned because of an evil speedster. Henry Allen was Mistaken for Murderer thanks to being the unintentional scapegoat for Eobard Thawne's murder of his wife Nora on Earth-1, while Jay Garrick from Earth-3 was kept as a "personal trophy" by Earth-2's Hunter Zolomon on the latter's universe.
    • The Harrison Wells of both Earths 2 and 19 love Big Belly Burger.
    • At least three (Earths 1, 2 and 19) Harrison Wells are associated with the creation of S.T.A.R. Labs. Two of which have partners with the surname "Morgan" (Earths 1 and 2).
    • S.T.A.R. Labs exists on Earths 1, 2, 19 and 90.
    • Three Tricksters have been played by Mark Hamill, so far.
    • Earths 1, 2, and 19 have someone who can Vibe (and they all call it that) working with a speedster.
    • Barry Allen has the same powers on Earth-1 and an unnumbered one, (Fran)Cisco Ramon has the same powers on Earths 1, 2 and X, Caitlin Snow, Ronnie Raymond, (technically) Martin Stein, and Adam Fells have the same powers in Earths 1 and 2, and Laurel Lance have the same powers in Earths 2 and X (and even in Earth-1 via mechanical device).
    • The Red Tornado was killed by Kara Zor-El the same way in Earth-38 and Earth-X.
    • Quentin Lance gave birth to a bisexual daughter on Earths 1, X and possibly 2.
    • There's someone called The Flash on Earths 1, 2, 3 and 90.
    • There's Two Earth's with a Jonah Hex, two Earth's with a Conner Hawke / John Diggle Jr., and two Earth's with a Legion of Superhero's existing at different points in time.
    • (Fran)Cisco Ramon was killed by an evil speedster in three earths. He suffered Death by Secret Identity on Earth-1 at the (vibrating) hand of Eobard Thawne in a timeline that was overwritten by the Flash's time traveling, On Earth-2 he was killed by Zoom as punishment for disobeying orders and he may or may not have been killed on Earth-X by Blitzkrieg.
  • Lethal Lava Land: Cisco and Cindy crosses a volcanic Earth during their dimension-hopping Trial by Combat, it's possible this is Earth-15.
  • Multiversal Conqueror: There are those who attempted to be, but are foiled.
  • Naming Conventions: Originally we were told the universe where Arrow and The Flash (2014) takes place is only called Earth-1 by its inhabitants, logically enough (specifically by Dr. Martin Stein of Earth-1 when he discovers the 51 dimensional breaches), and the denizens of Earth-2 initially called themselves "Earth-1" and Earth-1 "Earth-2". Notably, the terms "Earth-1" and "Earth-2" have also been used by denizens of other universes the first time they discover a parallel (by Clark Kent of Earth-167 on Smallville and by Jennifer Pierce on Black Lightning). That said, it was discovered by Hunter Zolomon that Earth-1 objectively is a Portal Crossroad World and Cosmic Keystone, and it turns out most beings aware of the Multiverse also call this universe "Earth-1" or some equivalent ("Terra-Prime", "Prime Earth").
    • After the Crisis, the new Earth created by the Spectre and the Seven Paragons is officially named "Earth-Prime", since it's known by our heroes to be the true origin point from which the new Multiverse arose.
  • The Present Day: So far, only Earth-1, Earth-9, Earth-12, Earth-19, Earth-24, Earth-38, Earth-74, Earth-75, Earth-90, Earth-96, Earth-99, Earth-167, Earth-203, Earth-221, and a few other Unnumbered Earths are confirmed to be this, in aesthetic. Earth-2, Earth-17 and at least two unnumbered ones are also "present day" in time, but are Retro Universe in aesthetic. Earth-3, Earth-66, Earth-89 and Earth-X have certain elements from different time periods, but their overall aesthetic are the same as modern times.
  • Retro Universe: Some of The Multiverse, specifically...
  • Year Inside, Hour Outside: How Earths-1 and 38 work, in both "Verses Zoom" and "Invasion" it took a few seconds to cover what took up a whole episode of Supergirl (2015), it hasn't yet been shown how long a trip to Earth-1 takes from Earth-38.
  • Timey-Wimey Ball: Legends of Tomorrow was already like this on its own, but integrating it into the concept of the Multiverse has made it even more so, since the Time Police premise of the former relies on Set Right What Once Went Wrong plots that assume a single, mutable timeline and the latter is obviously dependent on Alternate Timelines. Note that in the original comics the Linear Men —the organization the Legends are based on — only came into existence after the Crisis on Infinite Earths and were said to be mutually exclusive with the existence of the Multiverse for this exact reason (so much so that Rip Hunter's revelation that the Multiverse sorta-kinda still existed in the form of Hypertime almost destroyed their organization). For the most part it's considered canon in the Arrowverse that Legends is set in Earth-1 and Earth-1's constantly changing timeline simply has no connection to any other universe, but this rule is randomly broken sometimes to fill Plot Holes, like the Retcon that the Bad Future Star City the Legends visited was actually Earth-16. This has become even more complicated with the Hour 3 Cliffhanger of the Crisis showing the Seven Paragons surviving the destruction of the Multiverse by traveling to the Vanishing Point, implying the Vanishing Point itself isn't in Earth-1 and there's only one for the entire Multiverse. Don't think about the implications of that too hard.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: After Crisis, there’s no way of knowing whether any character from anywhere in the multiverse continues to exist, and, if they do, which universe they ended up in or whether their histories have been rewritten. Even characters that were previously deceased could be alive now.
  • Zeerust: Some Earths are set in a Retro Universe but have ridiculously advanced technology.


Earth-3

     In General 

     Jay Garrick / The Flash 

Jay Garrick / The Flash

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jaygarrick.png
We’re not gods, we’re men who for whatever reason have been given extraordinary abilities.

Species: Metahuman

Known Aliases: The Flash, The Crimson Comet, The Masked Man

Played By: John Wesley Shipp

Appearances: The Flash

The Flash of an alternate Earth, which he dubs "Earth-3". He first appears as a masked prisoner in Zoom's lair. He is then revealed to be the Earth-3 counterpart of Barry's late father Henry Allen, but with a different name.

see the Arrowverse: West/Allen Family page for Henry Allen, the Earth-1 character who bears his physical likeness
see the Stargirl (2020) page for the post-crisis Earth-2 character who bears his name and background
see the Arrowverse: Earth-90 page for more info on two Earth-90 characters; Jay Allen who has his first name and comicbook connections, Barry Allen who bear his superhero name and physical likeness

  • Age-Gap Romance: He's clearly older than his wife Joan. Their actors are twenty years apart.
  • Alternate Self:
    • To Henry Allen from Earth-1. Aside from their names being different, Jay is a metahuman, a superhero, and apparently never fathered an Earth-3 Barry (if his lack of reaction to Earth-1 Barry is any indication).
    • Physically, his counterpart on Earth-90 is Barry himself.
  • Alternate Universe Reed Richards Is Awesome: Henry Allen's Earth-3 counterpart is none other than the real Jay Garrick, a speedster rather than a doctor.
  • And I Must Scream:
    • The iron mask he was forced to wear hindered his ability to speak, so he had to resort to using tap codes to communicate. It also cut him off from the Speed Force, something that would be akin to losing a leg for a normal person. After being unmasked and getting cleaned up, he breaks it in half with a vibrating hand, not wanting to ever see it again.
    • He goes through this again at the end of Season Three when he volunteers to take Wally's place in the Speed Force, reliving his worst memory over and over. He's freed in the Season Finale just in time for the Final Battle against Savitar.
  • And Starring: Credited this way in the guest-stars lineup.
  • Badass in Distress: He spends most of Season Two as Zoom's prisoner and trophy, despite being a superhero himself. Granted, Zoom had an unfair advantage due to the Velocity drug making him faster.
  • Beard of Sorrow: His Dramatic Unmask shows him with a full beard, a testament that he has suffered in Zoom's hand for quite some time.
  • Bus Crash: He died in Crisis on Infinite Earths while his Earth was destroyed. While there is a new multiverse, it's unknown if he still exists.
  • Canon Character All Along: The iron mask concealed his face and his identity; the only thing clear about him was that he knew Jay Garrick. He's revealed at the end of Season Two to be the real Jay Garrick.
  • Celebrity Paradox:
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Double Subverted. With the way he's introduced in the Season Two finale, you would expect him to be important to the future, but aside from being the origin of Hunter's fake name (which we've long since known was a fake), he doesn't add anything to the plot and disappears shortly after being introduced. However, he reappears in Season Three, giving Barry a much-needed pep talk regarding Time Travel, then later helping him against new Big Bad Savitar.
  • Composite Character: He's a combination of the comics' Jay Garrick and an Alternate Universe version of Barry's father, Henry Allen.
  • Cool Hat: At the end of Season Two, he keeps Zolomon's Mercury helmet, resolving to make it a true symbol of hope rather than a false one. He can also catch bullets with it.
  • Cool Old Guy: Like the comic-book version of the character before the New 52 reboot.
  • Death by Adaptation: Jay didn't die in the original Crisis on Infinite Earths, but this version does when his Earth is destroyed.
  • Despair Event Horizon: It was clear that he was losing hope the longer he stayed in Zoom's lair. He even broke down when Barry and Jesse failed to get his message.
  • Distressed Dude: He was already Zoom's prisoner by the time Jesse was abducted.
  • Dramatic Unmask: In the Season Two finale, in front of everyone at Star Labs.
  • Doppelgänger: He looks exactly like Henry Allen, being his equivalent from an Alternate Universe.
  • Dynamic Entry: Seems to have a thing for this trope; out of four times when he's appeared since being Zoom's prisoner, three of them have been this.
  • Everyone Knows Morse: He kept spelling out his first name using a POW tap code, implying that he might be a war veteran.
  • Feeling Their Age: Can't use his speed continuously for as long as Barry and Jesse anymore. He does not use his speed at all in "A Flash of the Lightning".
  • A God I Am Not: He tells Barry that they are not gods, but men with extraordinary abilities.
  • Happily Married: He seems to have a loving marriage with Joan Williams.
  • Heroic Build: In contrast with the other speedsters who tend to be leaner, this Flash packed a considerable amount of muscle in his youth. By the time we meet him, he's a bit paunchier.
  • Heroes Want Redheads: He's married to the redheaded Joan Williams.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: He volunteers to take Wally's place in the Speed Force prison and relive his worst memory over and over. It's entirely possible that he knew this would happen from the moment Cisco came to get him.
  • Hero of Another Story: He's the Flash of an alternate Earth.
  • Humble Hero: He reveals himself to be this with one beautiful line:
    We’re not gods, we’re men who for whatever reason have been given extraordinary abilities.
  • Iconic Outfit: While the top half of his suit has blue on its lower sides as a nod to Jay of the New 52, the suit is still much closer to his classic comics outfit than the Earth-2 Flash suit was, retaining the bright colors and all.
  • Iconic Sequel Character: Does not appear in the Arrowverse until its fourth year.
  • In Spite of a Nail:
    • Much like his Earth-1 counterpart Henry, he was imprisoned because of an evil speedster. For added bonus, both were jailed in something called "Iron" (Iron Heights for Henry, Iron Mask for Jay).
    • His physical counterpart on Earth-90 is also a speedster called The Flash.
    • Like his Earths 1 and 2 counterparts, he married a version of Nora Allen.
  • Lantern Jaw of Justice: Compared to Barry's, his jaw is really wide.
  • Last Episode, New Character: While he appears throughout Season Two as an unknown masked figure trapped in the lair of the Big Bad, his full self — including his name, face, costume, and abilities — aren't shown until the season finale. He becomes a recurring character in Season Three.
  • Like a Son to Me: It's pretty clear from his actions that he sees Barry as this, which is fitting since he's the Alternate Self of Barry's late father.
  • Man in the Iron Mask: When we first saw him, his mask concealed his face entirely, even preventing him from speaking. Zoom did not want him communicating with the other prisoners, either.
  • Mentor Archetype: He is the first good rather than evil speedster mentor to Barry, especially when it comes to the Speed Force, the powers it grants to its chosen, and the moral obligations that come with those powers. He is mentoring a new speedster in Earth-3.
  • Nice Guy: Despite being a Stern Teacher to Barry, he is a man with a very strong moral compass and is genuinely humble and kind towards Team Flash, helping them out when they really need it and trying to mentor Barry. He's even rather patient and understanding of the awkwardness Barry must be feeling when dealing with the doppelgänger of his recently-deceased father.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Is on the receiving end of this, courtesy of Savitar.
  • Nom de Mom: Heavily implied. His surname Garrick comes from his Earth-1 counterpart's mother. It could indicate he was raised without his father, which might also account for why his first name is different, or his parents' doppelgangers are gender-swapped in this universe.
  • Older and Wiser: He's the oldest and most experienced speedster we've met so far, and draws on that experience when urging Barry not to make the same mistakes he did.
  • Old Superhero: He's in his later years but is every bit as brave as in his youth.
  • Primary-Color Champion: Blue pants, red and yellow top.
  • The Real Remington Steele: In Season 2, a character supposedly named Jay Garrick appeared as the hero of Earth-2, but he really was Hunter Zolomon, also known as Zoom. The Season 2 Finale revealed that the Man in the Iron Mask he kidnapped actually was Jay Garrick.
  • Reality Warping Is Not a Toy: A firm believer in this. He makes Barry realize that he can't keep causing Cosmic Retcon instances, as things will never be exactly the way they used to be.
  • Red Baron: "The Crimson Comet".
  • Red Is Heroic: His suit is a much brighter, deeper red than Barry's own current suit, and has bright red boots and much brighter blue pants compared to the Earth-2 Flash suit.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Sort of, as he is Henry's Earth-3 counterpart. In the comics, Jay and Barry aren't related by blood at all.
  • Remake Cameo: John Wesley Shipp played the original live-action Barry Allen in The Flash (1990). Now he's playing the original Flash from the comic books, Jay Garrick.
  • Retired Badass: As of "Enter Flashtime", he is retiring from doing heroics since he is too old.
  • Sixth Ranger: A recurring ally to Team Flash.
  • Stern Teacher: He doesn't wear kid gloves when lecturing Barry, but he isn't overly harsh, either, and sincerely does want him to mature.
  • Super Speed: Naturally, since he's a Flash.
  • Surpassed the Teacher: He expresses his surprise when he finds out that Barry has gained the ability to temporarily share his speed with non-speedsters while he himself has never really learned that ability.
  • Taught by Experience: Jay admits to Barry that he's made the same mistakes Barry has when it comes to time travel and that he doesn't wish to see Barry make them too.
  • Tragic Keepsake: Played with. At the end of Season Two, he takes Hunter's helmet as a Kick the Son of a Bitch for stealing so much from him. Jay vows to turn the helmet into the symbol of hope it was meant to be, rather than the cruel joke Hunter used it as.
  • Trapped in Another World: He was taken from his Earth to Earth-2 by Zoom as his personal prisoner and stayed there for quite a time. After he's freed, he returns to Earth-2 so Harry and Jesse can help him get home to Earth-3.
  • Walking Spoiler: Revealing his backstory gives away some rather large spoilers about Zoom's own identity and motivations.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: What Jay teaches Barry in regards to being a speedster.
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     The Trickster 

The Trickster

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Species: Human

Known Aliases: The Trickster

Played By: Mark Hamill

Appearances: The Flash

An anarchist terrorist and madman.

see the Arrowverse: Central City Criminal Groups page for Earth-1 James Jesse
see the Arrowverse: Earth-90 page for Earth-90 James Jesse

  • Ax-Crazy: As a Joker Expy, this is to be expected. He gleefully recounts how he robbed a bank by giving the false promise he'd spare the lives of the people inside, and was gleefully at the prospect of blowing up Jay Garrick in a Taking You with Me moment.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Is wearing a formal suit while robbing a bank when introduced.
  • Badass Longcoat: Which perfectly hides his bombs.
  • Badass Normal: He's just a regular human with no superpowers, but fights The Flash through his sheer cunning and bomb-making abilities.
  • Bomb-Throwing Anarchists: Has the bombs hidden under his coat, but still qualifies.
  • Bungled Suicide: Attempted to kill Jay Garrick by blowing themselves up before Barry intervened.
  • Chewing the Scenery: He's as theatrical as his Alternate Selves.
  • Composite Character:
    • He is The Trickster, but his overall appearance and characterization is unquestionably The Joker.
    • Also a composite character of himself (from other Earths) in terms of appearance. He has the garish colors favored by his Earth-1 counterpart and the 90's Trickster, but wears an impeccable tailored suit like Earth-1 Trickster in the relative present day.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: His paleness may be from makeup, but it adds to the creepiness. The Guyliner also helps.
  • Establishing Character Moment: His introduction is basically admitting I Lied involving telling people he'd let them live if he got what he wanted.
  • Evil Is Hammy: Mark Hamill is clearly having a blast playing this role.
  • Fur and Loathing: He is a supervillain wearing a fur coat.
  • Guyliner: He wears this to highlight that he a Joker Expy.
  • Large Ham: As expected from Mark Hamill.
  • Laughably Evil: He may be a dangerous psycho, but he's just so gosh-darn entertaining.
  • Monster Clown: He wear garish colors, joke around, and build weapons out of gags like gift boxes.
  • More Dakka: He is equipped with a Tommy Gun in his introduction.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: He's only known as the Trickster. Since Jay Garrick has a different name from his Earths 1 and 2 counterparts, it's uncertain if the name of this Trickster is also James Jesse (like on Earth-1 and Earth-90).
  • Practically Joker: He looks very much like The Joker, complete with makeup, psychotic behavior, and being played by the character's most frequent voice actor.
  • Slasher Smile: Just to point out the fact that they he's Obviously Evil.
  • Taking You with Me: Tries this on Jay Garrick by handcuffing himself to him and blowing them both up. Barry intervenes and disarms his bombs.
  • The Trickster: Codename aside, he promised to let the employees at a bank he was robbing live if they did what he said.
    Trickster: But I tricked them! Which is so me!
  • Villain of Another Story: This Trickster is a villain on Earth-3.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: His hair is dyed purple.

    Jay Garrick's trainee 

Jay Garrick's trainee

Species: Metahuman

Jay Garrick has been training a female speedster on Earth-3.


    Dr. Joan Williams 

Dr. Joan Williams

Species: Human

Played By: Michelle Harrison

Appearances: The Flash

A neurological specialist and Jay Garrick's wife. She is the Earth-3 counterpart of Barry's late mother.

see the Arrowverse: West/Allen Family page for Nora Allen, the Earth-1 character who bears her physical likeness
see the Arrowverse: Earth-2 page for Nora Allen, the Earth-2 character who bears her physical likeness

  • '80s Hair: Her hairstyle wouldn't be out of place in shows like (the original) Dynasty.
  • Age-Gap Romance: She's clearly younger than Jay. Their actors are twenty years apart.
  • Age Lift: Joan Williams is elderly like Jay in the source material, yet this version is clearly younger than him.
  • Bus Crash: She dies alongside Jay and all of Earth-3 when it gets hit by antimatter. After the multiverse was recreated, it's unknown if she still exists.
  • Composite Character: She's a combination of the comics' Joan Williams and an Alternate Universe version of Barry's mother, Nora Allen.
  • For Want of a Nail: She's more or less the same age as her Earth-1 counterpart when the latter died, indicating that Joan was born on a later time in this universe.
  • Happily Married: She seems to have a loving marriage with Jay Garrick.
  • Hot Scientist: A neurologist and a beautiful woman.
  • In Spite of a Nail: Like her Earths 1 and 2 counterparts, she married a version of Jay Garrick.
  • The Maiden Name Debate: Credited as Joan Williams instead of Joan Garrick. This is possibly due to her being a scientist and not changing her maiden name so she can be citer easier in academic papers.
  • Omnidisciplinary Scientist: She's supposed to be a neurologist but is also more than capable of using highly technological equipment that are not related to her field.
  • Subordinate Excuse: She was Jay's lab assistant prior to their marriage.


Earth-12

     Herr Harrison Wolfgang Wells 

Herr Harrison Wolfgang Wells

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Species: Human

Played By: Tom Cavanagh

Appearances: The Flash

The Harrison Wells from Earth-12. He is an author just like H.R., but has a personality that is much closer to Harry's.

see the Arrowverse: S.T.A.R. Labs page for his Earths-1, 2 19, 221, and an Undesignated Earth counterparts

  • Ambiguous Situation: The post-Crisis version of his universe is modified into the universe where the upcoming Green Lantern series will take place, leaving his existence in question.
  • Appeal to Flattery: To be recruited into Team Flash, he attempts to praise Iris' beauty, but Cisco is having none of it after he left Harry for his brain damage.
  • Character Tic: Tends to raise two fingers of his right hand and swing it around to gesture while talking.
  • Fair Weather Friend: When Earth-2 Wells reveals to him that he Took a Level in Dumbass, Harrison Wolfgang Wells expells him of the team and cuts ties with him unceremoniously. Cisco is not pleased.
  • Foil: To H.R. as both of them are authors. But unlike the pretentious yet very personable H.R., this Wells has a very credible background (four PhDs) but can be an Insufferable Genius Jerkass just like Harry.
  • For Want of a Nail: He is an author just like H.R., but unlike him this Wells has a credible background with four PhDs.
  • Germanic Depressives: He's very German and very dour.
  • Hate Sink: He becomes utterly despicable when he leaves Harry Wells when he needed him the most.
  • Herr Doctor: He's German and the holder of four PhDs
  • Hidden Depths: When Team Flash contacts him to help catch Cicada, Cisco fully expects he'll be the same "asshat" as seen before and won't cooperate, however upon meeting the rest of Team Flash he starts gushing and praising them like a huge Fan Boy, and while stating he's too busy to personally help them, he cheerfully connects them to Sherloque Wells whom he has full confidence can help. All of which is hilariously to Cisco's utter frustration.
  • In Spite of a Nail: He's an author, just like his late Earth-19 counterpart H.R.
  • Insufferable Genius: He has four PhDs, and doesn't want to be outclassed by Harry. At first he tells Cisco to go because he is not as intelligent as them.
  • It Amused Me: This appears to be the only reason he accepted Harry's request for help to stop DeVoe, wanting a challenge provided by an intellectual individual to stimulate his own intellect. However, once Harry loses his intelligence, Wolfgang refuses to associate with Harry anymore.
  • Jerkass: As much of a dick as Harry Wells, if not more. He makes up with his fellow Wellses once they settle their differences in finding DeVoe. Until later, where he kicks Harry out of the Council after his Thinking Cap makes him lose his intelligence.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite being very impersonable and nihilistic, he still helps Harry with the DeVoe's mystery.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: His extremely eccentric personality, combined with his German accent and creativity, brings to mind Andy Warhol.
  • Not So Different: Despite their bickering, he and Harry have a lot in common.
  • Silver Fox: Has a head of grey hair.
  • Straw Nihilist: His authored works are on the meaninglessness of existence and he's introduced asking Harry why bother stopping DeVoe since the universe will end no matter what. One of those books is called "Everything is Meaningless, so Why Did I Buy This Book?".
  • Took a Level in Kindness: He seemingly became kinder, since he behaves politely to Team Flash when the team call him to help out with Cicada's mystery.


Earth-13

    In General 
  • Ambiguous Situation: The universe's status post-crisis is unclear.
  • Fictional Earth: If Wells the Grey is to believed, his Earth is basically a version of Middle Earth.
  • Hobbits: Wells the Grey claims Earth-13 is inhabited by a race of diminutive folk called "Ciscos" who look just like Cisco, but have furry feet.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: The only two things known about this universe are it is home to Wells the Grey and it is where Maya died. The latter is an integral part to the backstory and Character Development of Nash Wells, Maya's adoptive father.

     Wells The Grey 

Harrison "Wells The Gray" Wells

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Species: (Possibly) Empowered Human

Played By: Tom Cavanagh

Appearances: The Flash

The Harrison Wells from Earth-13 who dresses like a wizard.

see the Arrowverse: S.T.A.R. Labs page for his Earths-1, 2 19, 221, and an Undesignated Earth counterparts


Earth-16

    In General 
A Bad Future version of Star City in 2046 which was conquered by Grant Wilson.
  • Alternate Self: All of the Earth-1 versions of Team Arrow pre-Season 5 existed in this universe, same goes for Kendra Saunders.
  • Bad Future: Star City is a Crapsack World in this universe.
  • Continuity Snarl: The first time the Legends visit this Earth, Oliver appears much older and implies that his Sara became a Legend as well. Whereupon revisiting this Earth in Crisis On Infinite Earths, Oliver indicates his Sara died on the Queen's Gambit. While it's possible that the Legends previously visited at a later point in time and thus Oliver remembers their last encounter, Sara still made it pretty clear that the current year in Earth-16 is once again 2046 when they go there. The only possible explanation is that during Crisis, Sara went to a point in 2046 earlier than the point in 2046 the Legends visited, and that when Oliver saw the Legends, he quickly figured out that he was looking at a younger version of Sara and went along to avoid giving her any knowledge of her own future.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: The Universe is briefly glimpsed by Barry, Cisco and Harry when traveling to Earth-2 for the first time.
  • Lost Aesop: Originally this was only a "possible future" of Earth-1 and much of the conflict of the original "Star City 2046" episode was whether anything the Legends did here mattered if they could end up preventing this future anyway. The retcon that this was a separate universe that would continue to exist no matter what they did makes this element completely moot. Although perhaps Rip was just telling Sara whatever he needed to say to keep her from abandoning the Legends to be with Future Oliver.
  • Meaningful Name: Earth-16 is named for the fact that the "Star City 2046" episode of Legends of Tomorrow both came out in 2016 and was Season 1, Episode 6 of that show.
  • Retcon: The Bad Future Star City that the Legends visited in Season 1 of Legends of Tomorrow is revealed to actually be an Alternate Universe, specifically Earth-16.
  • Voodoo Shark: The events of Star City 2046 during Legends Season 1 were retconned as being set on Earth-16 to fix a Continuity Snarl (see above), but it instead created much bigger ones. At that point in the Arrowverse, Oliver was still set to live to 85, because the Monitor hadn't changed Oliver's fate (technically a change to the timeline because he altered when Oliver would die) yet, so Star City 2046 could have happened but can't anymore because of the timeline change. It also seems unlikely that the Waverider could be shunted to an entirely different universe without the Legends knowing, since the same process would have to occur to put them back in their universe.

Team Arrow

    Oliver Queen / Green Arrow I 

Oliver Queen / Green Arrow I

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Species: Human

Known Aliases: The Starling City Vigilante, The Hood, The Arrow, سهم (Al Sah-Him, Arabic for "The Arrow"), The Green Arrow

Played By: Stephen Amell

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow | Crisis on Infinite Earthsnote 

An alternate Bad Future version of Oliver Queen encountered by The Legends when they crash landed in Star City 2046.

see the Arrowverse: Oliver Queen and Arrowverse: Future Characters pages for his Earth-1 counterpart
see Arrowverse: Earth-2 page to see his Earth-2 counterpart
see Smallville: Clark's Allies page to see the Earth-167 character who bears his name and background
see Smallville: Earth-2 page to see the Alternate Universe Earth-167 character who bears his name and background
see Arrowverse: Earth-X page to see his Earth-X counterpart

     John Diggle, Jr. / Connor Hawke / Green Arrow III 

John Diggle, Jr. / Connor Hawke / Green Arrow III

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Species: Human

Known Aliases: The Green Arrow II, Connor Hawke, John Diggle, Jr. (birth name, disregarded)

Played By: Joseph David-Jones

Appearances: The Flash | Legends of Tomorrow

The son of the late John Diggle, who dons the identity of a legendary hero in an attempt to save Star City from the new Deathstroke.

see the Arrowverse: Future Characters page for both his Earth-1 counterpart and the character with his namesake.

     John Diggle / Spartan 

John Diggle

Species: Human

Oliver's Number Two in Team Arrow and the father of Connor Hawke.

see Arrowverse: Team Arrow for his Earth-1 counterpart
see Arrowverse: Earth-90 for his Earth-90 counterpart

     Felicity Smoak / Overwatch 

Felicity Smoak

Species: Human

Former CEO of Smoak Technologies and a former member of Team Arrow.

see Arrowverse: Team Arrow for her Earth-1 counterpart
see Arrowverse: Earth-2 for her Earth-2 counterpart
see Arrowverse: Earth-X for her Earth-X counterpart.

     Quentin Lance 

Quentin Lance

Species: Human

Da Chief of Star City's Police Department and the father of both Sara and Laurel.

see Arrowverse: Team Arrow Family Members for his Earth-1 counterpart
see Arrowverse: Earth-2 for his Earth-2 counterpart
see Arrowverse: Earth-X for his Earth-X counterpart

  • Dead Alternate Counterpart: The Quentin Larry Lances of Earths 1 and X are last seen alive (though the former also died but was resurrected). And while Earth-2 Quentin chronologically died first (in 1998), Earth-16 Quentin's demise in 2031 was confirmed nearly two years before Earth-2 Quentin's death.
  • Dying Moment of Awesome: Grant Wilson implies that he went down swinging.
  • Killed Offscreen: He died during Grant Wilson's uprising prior to 2046.
  • Never Got to Say Goodbye: To Sara since she never came back from her mission with Rip. When she finally arrives in this timeline, her father is long gone.
  • Posthumous Character: He's long dead when the Legends landed in 2046.
  • Worthy Opponent: Grant Wilson seems to have a high opinion of him.
  • You Can't Fight Fate: Despite this being an Alternate Universe, his main timeline version gets killed nonetheless.

     Laurel Lance / Black Canary 

Laurel Lance

Species: Human

An Assistant District Attorney in Star City working as a superhero and Sara's older sister.

see Arrowverse: Team Arrow for her Earth-1 counterpart
see Arrowverse: Dinah Laurel Lance for her Earth-2 counterpart
see Smallville: Clark's Allies page to see the Earth-167 character who bears her name and background
see Birds of Prey (TV) page to see the Earth-203 character who bears her name and background
see Arrowverse: Earth-X for her Earth-X counterpart
see DCEU Birds Of Prey page for the character in an undesignated Earth who bears her name and background

  • Dead Alternate Counterpart: The Dinah Laurel Lances of Earths 2, 167, 203, X and an undesignated Earth are last seen alive. And while Earth-1 Laurel chronologically died first (in 2016), Earth-16 Laurel's demise in 2031 was confirmed six weeks before Earth-1 Laurel's death.
  • Killed Offscreen: She died during Grant Wilson's uprising prior to 2046.
  • Never Got to Say Goodbye: To Sara since she never came back from her mission with Rip. When she finally arrives in this timeline, her sister is long gone. Recent events imply, or even prove, that she may have been long dead at Damien Darhk's hands by the time Grant arrived, so her and Sara's scene in the pilot was the last time the sisters are together.
  • Posthumous Character: She's long dead when the Legends landed in Earth-16, 2046.
  • You Can't Fight Fate: Despite this being an Alternate Universe, her original main universe version gets killed nonetheless.

     Sara Lance / White Canary 

Sara Lance

Species: Human

A Childhood Friend of Oliver Queen.

see Arrowverse: Sara Lance for her Earth-1 counterpart
see Arrowverse: Earth-X for her Earth-2 counterpart
see Arrowverse: Earth-X for her Earth-X counterpart

  • Continuity Snarl: Her fate diverges during the first and second trips to this universe. During the first time, Oliver confirms she (and Ray Palmer) joins the Legends in 2016, but in the second visit, Oliver mentions she didn't survive the 2007 Queen's Gambit incident.
  • Dead Alternate Counterpart:
    • A complicated example with her Earth-1 counterpart. She and her Earth-1 counterpart share the same fate initially up until joining the Legends in 2016, but by 2019 it appears she didn't survive the Queen's Gambit incident in 2007 like the Earth-1 version.
    • Sara's Earth-X counterpart is dead by 2017, though see the contradictions in the previous entry.
    • Her Earth-2 counterpart dies in October 2019, two months after her death in the 2007 maritime accident was mentioned.
  • The Ghost: Only mentioned by Oliver during the first visit.
  • Never Got to Say Goodbye: Originally, she disappeared in 2016 prior to her father and older sister's deaths in 2016.
  • Posthumous Character: According to the second visit during Crisis, she didn't survive the Queen's Gambit incident in 2007.

    Ray Palmer / The Atom 

Ray Palmer

Species: Human

A former member of Team Arrow who along with Sara Lance joins the Legends in 2016 and never came back. At least that was what originally happened.

see Arrowverse: Ray Palmer for his Earth-1 counterpart
see Superman Film Series page to see Clark Kent, the Earth-96 character who bears his physical likeness

  • The Ghost: Only mentioned by Oliver during the first visit.
  • Ret-Gone: Heavily implied to be his fate. The Continuity Snarl regarding Sara's fate suggests Time Travel is involved with the inconsistencies, with him specifically being name dropped by Oliver to have joined the Legends with Sara but she was treated as a Posthumous Character during the second visit to Earth-16.

    Thea Queen / Speedy 

Thea Queen

Species: Human

Oliver Queen's maternal half-sister and a member of Team Arrow. She was killed during Grant Wilson's uprising.

see Arrowverse: Team Arrow for her Earth-1 counterpart
see Arrowverse: Earth-2 page to see her Earth-2 counterpart
see Smallville: Clark's Allies page to see Mia Dearden, the Earth-167 character who bears her name, background and canonical connections

  • Dead Alternate Counterpart: Earth-1 Thea and Mia Dearden from Earth-167 are last seen alive. And while Earth-2 Thea chronologically died first (in 2012), Earth-16 Thea's demise in 2031 was confirmed three years prior to The Reveal of Earth-2 Thea's fate.
  • Forgotten Fallen Friend: Earth-1 Sara never asks about her, but Word of God confirms she was killed during Grant Wilson's siege, save for Felicity.
  • Killed Offscreen: She died during Grant Wilson's uprising prior to 2046.
  • Posthumous Character: She's long dead when the Legends landed in Earth-16.

    Roy Harper / Arsenal 

Roy Harper

Species: Human

Oliver Queen's original protegee and a former member of Team Arrow. He came back to Star City at some point (per Word of God) during Grant Wilson's uprising and was ultimately killed.

see Arrowverse: Team Arrow for his Earth-1 counterpart
see Titansverse: Other Superheroes for the Earth-9 character who bears his name and background

Criminals

     Grant Wilson / Deathstroke II 

Grant Wilson / Deathstroke II

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Species: Human

Known Aliases: Deathstroke II

Played By: Jamie Andrew Cutter

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

see the Arrowverse: Star City Criminal Groups page for his Earth-1 counterpart

Slade Wilson's youngest son who is wearing a silver-colored version of the Deathstroke mask. He's the criminal ruler of Star City in 2046.


  • Adaptational Nationality: Like his father, he's American in the comics.
  • Adaptation Name Change: In the comics, Grant Wilson goes by Ravager. Here, he succeeds his father as Deathstroke. The color scheme of his mask matches his Ravager suit from the comics, though.
  • Affirmative Action Legacy: Inverted. His father is a person of color while Grant himself appears Caucasian (but with possible Mixed Ancestry).
  • Age Lift: In the comics, he is Slade's eldest child. Here, it's Joe. Another one of Slade's child in the comics, Rose Wilson, was fused with Isabel Rochev.
  • Arch-Enemy: Is this to Connor Hawke.
  • Awesome Aussie: He's a badass Australian, though he's nowhere near the league of his father.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: He had already killed most of Team Arrow and conquered Star City in 2046 by the time the Legends show up. The goal of the episode is taking back the destroyed city from the villain who ruled it.
  • Badass Normal: He doesn't have Mirakuru in his system like his father, but he's a deadly fighter in his own right, something that his status as Hero Killer can attest to.
  • Child Soldiers: Given that he successfully conquered Star City in his teens, it is likely that he has been training at a very young age.
  • Continuity Snarl: Due to constant meddling with time by both the various speedsters and the Legends, his fate and status are frequently changing.
  • Decomposite Character: The Ravager persona got given to Isabel Rochev, Slade's underling in the present day.
  • Disappeared Dad: He implies that Slade was not present for most of his life. Arrow Season Six reveals this was because his mom kept his existence a secret from Slade, as she didn't want Grant to follow in his or Joe's footsteps.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Connor Hawke, as both of them are Legacy Characters of two iconic arch-enemies.
  • Evil Overlord: He rules the dystopian Star City in 2046.
  • Generation Xerox: Terrorizes Star City and has slain people close to Oliver just like what his father did thirty years ago, but also is defeated the same way - being bound by a bola arrow.
  • A God Am I: It's more subtle than with most examples, but he calls the spot where he cut off Oliver's arm "sacred ground."
  • Hero Killer: He killed off most of Team Arrow and maimed Oliver himself.
  • Hypocrite: Insults Connor for being a Legacy Character despite him being the same to Slade. Connor brings this up.
  • Legacy Character: Succeeded Slade as Deathstroke.
  • Like Father, Like Son: Sara comments that Slade was insane and that it seemed to run in the family.
  • Malevolent Masked Man: His face is always covered by a silver Deathstroke helmet.
  • Made of Iron: Despite not inheriting his father's old Mirakuru abilities, he's still a tough sonovabitch and takes an arrow to the chest without weakening his fighting prowess. Too bad about the second arrow going to his heart.
  • Movie Superheroes Wear Black: His Deathstroke suit has the blues and grays of his comics' Ravager costume, but with more black worked in, like Slade's.
  • Older Hero vs. Younger Villain: The younger villain to Oliver Queen's older hero.
  • Psychotic Smirk: Seems to be a natural expression of his.
  • Remember the New Guy?: Slade only mentioned a boy named Joe Wilson as his son. Justified because until 2017, Slade had no idea he even existed. His wife kept him a secret because he didn't want him to follow in his father's or brother's footsteps — Slade only found about him when Joe told him the truth.
  • Smug Smiler: If he's not giving a Psychotic Smirk, he's giving a smirk of overconfidence.
  • The Sociopath: He conquered a city as a teenager, allowed it to degrade into a burning, crime-ridden hellhole that he alone rules, and he openly brags about maiming Star City's greatest hero.
  • Spin-Offspring: He is Slade Wilson's son.
  • Teens Are Monsters: It is stated that he successfully conquered Star City on 2031. Given that he appears to be in his late-20s to early 30s at 2046, then he must be at least 13 when he did that.
  • Two First Names: Per the DC Comics norm.
  • Villain of the Week: For Legends Season One, Episode Six.

Others

    Kendra Saunders / Hawkgirl 

Kendra Saunders

Species: Metahuman

Another superhero and an acquaintance of Team Arrow.

see Arrowverse: The Hawks for her Earth-1 counterpart
see Smallville: Clark's Allies page to see the Earth-167 character who bears her name and background

  • The Ghost: Oliver greets her Earth-1 counterpart as confirmation for her existence.
  • Ret-Gone: Heavily implied to be her fate. The Continuity Snarl regarding Sara's fate suggests Time Travel is involved with the inconsistencies, with Sara and Ray specifically being mentioned to have joined the Legends, but Sara was treated as a Posthumous Character during the second visit to Earth-16.


Earth-17

     Dr. Harrison Wells 

Dr. Harrison Wells

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Species: Human

Played By: Tom Cavanagh

Appearances: The Flash

The Harrison Wells of Earth-17.

see the Arrowverse: S.T.A.R. Labs page for his Earths-1, 2 19, 221, and an Undesignated Earth counterparts


Earth-18

     In General 

  • Alternate Self: The universe shares the exact same Jonah Hex with Earth-1.
  • Cowboy Episode: This Earth appears to still be in The Wild West era. It's unconfirmed if this is the reality Hells Wells came from.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: This universe is briefly glimpsed by Barry, Cisco and Harry when traveling to Earth-2 for the first time.
  • Expendable Alternate Universe: Our heroes come here just to use the Lazarus Pit that still exists in North Dakota in the past, and don't care much about the consequences of doing so.
  • Mythology Gag: Earth-18 is the designation DC Comics gave to the universe where the Justice Riders one-shot took place. Ironically, Jonah Hex does not exist in this universe in the comics, since it's an adaptation of the modern Justice League of America to a Western setting.
  • Retro Universe: It is still The Wild West era in this universe.

    Jonah Hex 

Jonah Hex

Species: Human

Played By: Johnathon Schaech

Appearances: The Flash | Crisis On Infinite Earthsnote 

see Arrowverse: Past Characters page to see his Earth-1 counterpart

  • Early-Bird Cameo: He is briefly glimpsed by Barry, Cisco and Harry when traveling to Earth-2 for the first time.
  • A Scar to Remember: This version of Hex doesn't have the trademark scar on his right cheek yet, until White Canary decides to give it to him.
  • Threshold Guardians: This Jonah Hex appears to be one for the Lazarus Pit, though he doesn't get much time to explain himself before our heroes knock him out.


Earth-19

     In General 

  • Alternate History:
    • Al Capone was Vice President of the United States, and was involved in a gambling scandal so huge that the entire practice has been illegal ever since.
    • Abraham Lincoln is on the $100 bill.
    • "Weird Al" Yankovic is a highbrow poet under the name Alfred, though he has the same hairstyle.
    • Albert Einstein's first name is Norbert.
    • Star Trek: Voyager is the only part of the franchise that exists.
    • invoked Shaquille O'Neal is a saint with his own holiday. Some Fridge Horror here if they have the same rule as our world that consideration for sainthood can typically only begin at least five years after the person's death.
    • Christmas apparently doesn't exist, as Gypsy finds the idea of Santa Claus strange.
    • Their version of Valentine's Day is called 1-1-1 Day (one soul plus one soul becomes one soul).
  • Alternate Self:
    • Harrison Wells has counterparts on Earths 1, 2, 12, 13, 17, 19, 22, 24, 25, 47, 221 and three unnamed ones.
    • Cisco Ramon has counterparts on Earths 1, 2, 22, and X.
    • The universe has a Grodd and a Shade, and while this universe has a Flash, it isn't Barry Allen or Jay Garrick.
    • Celebrities such as Alfred Hitchcock and Liam Neeson are also confirmed to exist here, as do the aforementioned historical figures.
  • Ambiguous Situation: The post-Crisis version of this world modified into the universe where Swamp Thing takes place, making it unclear if any of the surviving pre-Crisis characters are still around as they never appeared in the event.
  • Bounty Hunter: They are officially called "collectors" in this world.
  • Cosmic Retcon: The post-Crisis version of this world modified it into the universe where Swamp Thing takes place.
  • Cryptic Background Reference: We've been hearing a lot about this universe during The Flash Season 3, but until the fourteenth episode, it wasn't shown in either flashbacks or visual platforms such as pictures, videos or holograms.
  • Different World, Different Movies:
    • According to H.R., Gladiator is titled Sweaty Men in this universe.
    • Star Wars uses George Lucas' original last name for Luke, Starkiller. Which also brings up the question of how much else of his extremely different original story plan made it in.
    • Peanuts has Charlie Brown rather than Schroeder as the one who plays the piano, with a Running Gag that he's terrible at it.
    • Mission: Impossible is known as Mission Improbable.
    • Star Trek: Voyager is the only entry to the Star Trek franchise (if it can still be called that in this Earth).
  • Felony Misdemeanor:
    • In this universe, dimension-hopping is a serious offense, and is punishable by death. This is due to them being subjected to an invasion by another parallel Earth at some point in their history.
    • Gambling is also highly illegal in the U.S due to a former Vice President being involved in a huge gambling scandal.
  • For Want of a Nail: The metahuman with Seer powers in this universe is not a version of Cisco, unlike in Earths 1, 2, and X.
  • Great Offscreen War: H.R. mentions a major metahuman uprising in the past which is dubbed "World War M", plus they were able to fend-off multiversal conquerors during The '90s.
  • Hero of Another Story: This universe is the sixth most developed universe within the Arrowverse multiverse after Earths 1, 38, an unnumbered one, X, and 2, plus the home to two major characters (H.R. and Gypsy) and another two characters who have potential to be one (Accelerated Man and Breacher).
  • Hypocrite: Traveling to other Earths is forbidden due to a war with another Earth, so citizens who break the law are hunted down by bounty hunters who can travel between Earths at will and are brought back by force — essentially they invade other Earths.
  • In Spite of a Nail:
    • Much like in Earths- 1 and 2, Harrison Wells is heavily involved in the creation of S.T.A.R. Labs, and much like in Earth-1, the surname of Wells's partner in creating it is "Morgan".
    • This universe has a Flash much like Earths-1, 3, and Earth-90.
  • Must Have Caffeine: Many people here likely do because of the coffee plant crisis in this world, if H.R and Gypsy's respective introductions are any indication. Breacher himself shows that this isn't universal though, since Cisco giving him some turns out to be a Berserk Button due to living through the plant being wiped out.
  • Nailed to the Wagon: Turns out an invasion from aliens called Plastoids rendered the coffee plant extinct or nearly so, thus depriving the people there of their java. When Gypsy returns home, she takes shopping bags full of coffee.
  • The Present Day: This world is strongly implied to share Earths 1 and 38's aesthetics, with maybe slight differences (such as the Different World, Different Movies examples above).
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: A large number of metahumans caused havoc in the past dubbed "World War M", which heavily suggests this trope.

S.T.A.R. Labs

     H.R. Wells 

     Randolf Morgan 

Randolf Morgan

Species: Human

Played By: Adam Bergquist

The co-creator of this universe's S.T.A.R. Labs along with H.R. Wells.


  • False Friend: Heavily implied. When Cisco tells H.R that the reason Randolf gave him their distress signal despite knowing dimension-hopping is illegal on their Earth was to finally get rid of him, H.R ponders before sadly agreeing.
  • Gender Flip: As a co-creator of S.T.A.R. Labs with the surname Morgan, he seems to be this to Earth-1's Tess Morgan.
  • The Ghost: Only mentioned by H.R. when he's telling Team Flash that in his universe, he is not the brains behind S.T.A.R. Labs. We only get to see his appearance via H.R.'s face duplicator device.
  • The Man Behind the Man: He's the brains behind S.T.A.R. Labs while H.R. is just the public face of it.
  • Never Got to Say Goodbye: H.R. dies on Earth-1, though Gypsy will probably tell him about this. It should also be noted that H.R. is Legally Dead on this universe way before his real death.
  • Two First Names: Morgan is commonly used as a given name.

The Collectors

     Accelerated Man 

The Accelerated Man

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Species: Metahuman

Known Aliases: Accelerated Man

Played By: Sean Poague

Appearances: The Flash

A speedster hero on Earth-19 who works with Gypsy to catch dimension breachers. That is the only thing known about him.


  • Awesome Anachronistic Apparel: His costume is identical to his sole appearance in the comic book pages, consisting of a red old-time pilot's uniform, big yellow gloves and boots, a white belt, a red scarf, a white mask that covers the lower half of his face, and old-fashioned goggles.
  • Badass Baritone: His one line so far is delivered in a deep voice, and he's famed as the speedster hero of his Earth.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: He gives off purple lightning when he runs — the first speedster we've seen to do so.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: He has them worn up when we see him.
  • The Ghost: The first we learn of his existence is H.R. mentioning him to Cisco. He later appears in-person, but only for a couple of cameos.
  • Hero of Another Story: He's the Flash of Earth-19, just like in the comics, and the one in charge of tracking down breachers.
  • Inexplicably Identical Individuals: It's not commented on, but he looks a lot like Hunter Zolomon.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Unlike any other speedster we've seen, he generates purple lightning.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Admittedly, we don't know much about him yet, but he's just upholding the law by apprehending breachers, and his first appearance has him politely thanking Gypsy for catching their latest quarry.
  • Red Is Heroic: As is expected from a Flash, his costume is mostly red.
  • Scarf Of Asskicking: His costume includes a bright red scarf.
  • Shock and Awe: His speed can create lightning.
  • Super Speed: He's yet another of DC's speedster heroes.

     Gypsy 

Cynthia Reynolds / Gypsy

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Species: Metahuman

Known Aliases: Gypsy

Played By: Jessica Camacho

Appearances: The Flash

A collector sent to bring back H.R. Wells from Earth 1, as traveling to another dimension is illegal on this Earth.


     Unnamed Collector 

Unnamed Collector

Known Aliases: ???

Played By: ???

A collector who was Gypsy's deceased partner and lover. He was killed by Abra Kadabra.


     Breacher 

Josh / Breacher

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Species: Metahuman

Known Aliases: Breacher

Played By: Danny Trejo

Appearances: The Flash

A legendary collector and Gypsy's father.


  • Action Dad: He's an experienced collector and Gypsy's father, herself a seasoned collector.
  • Adaptation Name Change: The Breacher's name in the source material is Quell Mordeth. Here, his first name is Josh and it's uncertain if his surname remains intact or if it is changed to Reynolds to accommodate him being Gypsy's father (unless she's using her mom's maiden name).
  • And Starring: In the guest-star lineup.
  • Anti-Hero: He really has no problem killing people if he has to.
  • Badass Family: He and his daughter are both renowned collectors.
  • Badass Longcoat: The Living Legend of the Earth-19 collectors is wearing one.
  • Badass Mustache: He's got a very impressive mustache and he's a seasoned and skilled collector.
  • Bounty Hunter: His job, per the description.
  • The Comically Serious: He always has a scowl on his face and dramatic tone in his voice even when saying humorous dialogue. However, his third appearance is most definitely not Played for Laughs, given the extremely grave circumstances.
  • Crazy-Prepared: He's taken quite a few powerful items from the people he tracked down.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Breacher is only his Code Name, but that's what the other characters address him.
  • Fluffy the Terrible: His real name is Josh, though Trejo still makes it sound terrifying.
  • Hates Everyone Equally: His hard-ass attitude makes it hard for him to get along with anyone that isn't his daughter. He at least respects Joe, a police officer.
  • It Runs in the Family: Her daughter is also a Collector.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He clearly loves his daughter and he eventually lightens up towards Cisco.
  • Knight Templar Parent: Has hunted and killed all of Gypsy's boyfriends in the past. Cisco is the only one to impress him enough to not kill.
  • Large Ham: Danny Trejo was clearly enjoying himself in the role.
  • Living Legend: He's a much more seasoned collector than his daughter.
  • Must Have Caffeine: Inverted. He absolutely refuses to drink coffee. He does seem to like tea though.
  • Old Soldier: Age hasn't made him any less frightening, and even when his powers are weakening, he is still a good physical fighter.
  • Outliving One's Offspring: He returns to scene to tell Cisco that Gypsy was killed.
  • Papa Wolf: To the point of hunting down his daughters boyfriends.
  • Retired Badass: After his age caused him to start losing his powers, he retired to a dragon farm. He would eventually return to action to hunt alimony dodgers and to resume his Collector tasks.
  • Scarily Competent Tracker: Boasts that he is one and all evidence seems to back it up.

Metacreatures

     Shade 

The Shade

Species: Metahuman

A metahuman with the ability to become a shadow.

see the Arrowverse: Metahumans page for the Earth-1 Shade

     Gorilla Grodd 

Gorilla Grodd

Species: Meta-Gorilla

A sentient gorilla.

see the Arrowverse: Grodd page for Earth-1 Grodd

Criminals

     Cisco Ramon / Echo 

Cisco Ramon / Echo

Species: Human

Known Aliases: Echo

Played By: Carlos Valdes

Appearances: The Flash

A hacker that has been hunt by Gypsy. She eventually realized he was the doppelganger of her ex-boyfriend and arranged for him to be discovered by her ex-boyfriend when she was killed.

see the Arrowverse: S.T.A.R. Labs page for his Earth-1 counterpart
see the Arrowverse: Earth-2 page for his Earth- counterpart
see the Arrowverse: Earth-X page for his Earth-X counterpart

  • Creepy Monotone: His manner of speaking.
  • Evil Doppelgänger: The second evil alternate version of Cisco after Reverb from Earth-2.
  • Evil Genius: As intelligent as the main Cisco but not as moral.
  • Frame-Up: Nearly gets away with pinning Gypsy’s death on Cisco.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He can control machines. He reprogrammed Earth-1's Cisco's white noise machine to give him sleep walking.
  • Hero Killer: He offs Gypsy.
  • In Spite of a Nail: He is still skilled with technology.
  • Kill and Replace: His operation is based on offering this at a price to people across the multiverse so they can live the more fortunate life of their Alternate Self.
  • Smug Snake: He acts boastful for supposedly shocking Gypsy due to sharing the appearance of her ex-boyfriend and for having a plan to frame said ex-boyfriend for her murder, but Gypsy foresaw that Earth-1 Cisco would discover the truth.
  • Villain of the Week: Is a threat for a single episode.


Earth-22

     In General 

  • After the End: In this universe, Earth is an apocalyptic wasteland.
  • Alternate Self: This universe has a Harrison Wells and Cisco Ramon.
  • Artificial Limbs: Majority of the populations have become Cyborgs thanks to an unexplained mutilations.
  • Body Horror: Majority of the population were mutilated in the past, necessitating their cyborgification.
  • Crapsack World: The apocalyptic setting of this universe has made life on it unpleasant.
  • Cybernetics Will Eat Your Soul: It's heavily implied that many people who became Cyborgs gradually lost their humanity. Judging from this universe's Wells, it is all but confirmed.
  • Cyborg: Most of the human inhabitants have become this.

     Wells 2. 0 

Harrison "Wells 2.0" Wells

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/earth_22_wells.png

Species: Human (enhanced by technology)

Played By: Tom Cavanagh

Appearances: The Flash

The Harrison Wells from the apocalyptic world of Earth-22, where to survive the harsh conditions man and machine have become one.

see the Arrowverse: S.T.A.R. Labs page for his Earths-1, 2 19, 221, and an Undesignated Earth counterparts

  • Action Survivor: Has to be one to have survived for so long on his Earth.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Downplayed; his shirt shows the lower part of his stomach.
  • Computer Voice: His voice sounds electronically synthesized.
  • Cyborg: His body has been augmented with cybernetic components.
  • Electronic Eyes: Has a cybernetic eye after his real one got gouged out.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: He claims to have eaten the Cisco of his Earth.
  • In Spite of a Nail: This Wells is still connected to the Cisco of his Earth. He also has a daughter much like his Earth-2 counterpart and seems to have a turbulent relationship with her.
  • Noodle Incident: At some point he annoyed his daughter so much that she gouged his eye out.
  • One-Shot Character: While Harrison Wolfgang Wells has done a few cameos and H. Lothario Wells reappeared later, he has not reappeared since his debut episode.
  • Sleeves Are for Wimps: His shirt shows his rather muscular arms.
  • Token Super: As this Wells is a cyborg, he is this to the Council of Wells.

     Wells 2.0's Daughter 

Harrison "Wells 2.0" Wells's Daughter

Played By: ???

The daughter of the Earth-22 Harrison Wells and possibly Jesse Quick's Earth-22 counterpart.


     "Cisco" 

"Cisco"

The Cisco from the apocalyptic world of Earth-22. According to the Wells of this Earth, he ate this version of Cisco in the past.

see the Arrowverse: S.T.A.R. Labs page for his Earth-1 counterpart
see the Arrowverse: Earth-2 page for his Earth-2 counterpart
see the Arrowverse: Earth-X page for his Earth-X counterpart


Earth-24

     Sonny Wells 

Sonny Wells

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Species: Human

Played By: Tom Cavanagh

Appearances: The Flash

The Harrison Wells of Earth-24, who appears to be quite easy-going and trendy.

see the Arrowverse: S.T.A.R. Labs page for his Earths-1, 2 19, 221, and an Undesignated Earth counterparts


Earth-25

     Harrison H.P. Wells 

Harrison H.P. Wells

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/earth_25_wells.jpg

Species: Human

Played By: Tom Cavanagh

Appearances: The Flash

The Harrison Wells of Earth-25, a Frenchman.

see the Arrowverse: S.T.A.R. Labs page for his Earths-1, 2 19, 221, and an Undesignated Earth counterparts

  • Expy: His accent and his mustache brings to mind Inspector Clouseau.
  • Gratuitous French: Unlike Mime Wells who spoke entirely in French, H.P. Wells mostly speaks in English and throws in the occasional French phrase.


Earth-47

     H. Lothario Wells 

H. Lothario Wells

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/h_lothario_wells.jpg

Species: Human

Played By: Tom Cavanagh

Appearances: The Flash

The Harrison Wells of Earth-47, who is a womanizer.

see the Arrowverse: S.T.A.R. Labs page for his Earths-1, 2 19, 221, and an Undesignated Earth counterparts


Earth-74

    In General 
An Alternate Universe in which Harbinger travels to in order to get its Waverider.

    Mick Rory 

Mick Rory

Species: Human

Played By: Dominic Purcell

Appearances: Crisis On Infinite Earthsnote 

Mick Rory's Earth-74 counterpart.

see Arrowverse: Mick Rory for infos about his Earth-1 counterpart.
see Arrowverse: Earth-X for his Earth-X counterpart

    Leonard 

Leonard

Species: Artificial intelligence program

Voiced By: Wentworth Miller

Appearances: Crisis On Infinite Earthsnote 

The Earth-74 Waverider's artificial intelligent construct.

see Arrowverse: Leonard Snart for the Earth-1 character sharing his name and voice likeness.
see Arrowverse: Earth-X for the Earth-X character sharing his likeness

  • Benevolent A.I.: The Waverider's helpful, if snarky, AI assistant.
  • Call-Back: He invokes a lot of the dialogue of his human Earth-1 counterpart, such as “always pleased to meet a fan” and “any preference on how you’d like to die?” to which Mick shows up and adds “the flame or the frost?”
  • Gender Flip: Leonard is basically a male Gideon.
  • Ridiculously Human Robots: He's an AI construct capable of having Snark-to-Snark Combat.
  • Robot Me: Essentially an artificial intelligence version of Leonard Snart of Earth-1, from personality to voice.
  • Servile Snarker: Fully willing to help Mick, but that doesn’t mean he has to be nice about it.
    Leonard: You're basically living out of your car.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: He and Mick constantly insult and belittle one another.
  • The Voice: His digital avatar is not seen.


Earth-75

    In General 
One of the Earth's Lex Luthor visits to kill the resident Superman

    Superman 

Superman

Species: Kryptonian

Played By: Tyler Hoechlin

Appearances: Crisis On Infinite Earthsnote 

The resident Superman of Earth-75

see Titansverse: Other Superheroes for the Earth-9 character who bears his name and background
see Arrowverse: Other Locales for infos about his Earth-38 counterpart.
see Superman Film Series for the Earth-96 character who bears his name and background
see Smallville: Kents for the Earth-167 character who bears his name and background
see Smallville: Earth-2 page to see the Alternate Universe Earth-167 character who bears his name and background
see DCEU: Superman for the character in an undesignated Earth who bears his name and background

  • Dead Alternate Counterpart: One of the many Supermen killed by Lex during his rampage with the Book of Destiny.
  • Died in Your Arms Tonight: In his Lois' arms, to be precise.
  • Sacrificial Lamb: The Monitor allows Luthor to murder him as part of his master plan to have Luthor lead him to Kingdom Come Superman, the only one he really cares about. His casual acceptance of leaving a trail of dead Supermen across the Multiverse and possibly dooming their worlds' future as a necessary price to pay to stop the Crisis is what turns Earth-38 Supergirl against him.

    Lois Lane 

Lois Lane

Species: Human

Played By: Elizabeth Tulloch

Appearances: Crisis On Infinite Earthsnote 

The Lois Lane of Earth-75.

see Arrowverse: Other Locales for infos about her Earth-38 counterpart.
see Superman Film Series for the Earth-96 character who bears her name and background
see Smallville: Lanes for the Earth-167 character who bears her name and background
see Smallville: Earth-2 page to see the Alternate Universe Earth-167 character who bears her name and background
see DCEU Smallville And Metropolis page for the character in an undesignated Earth who bears her name and background

    Lex Luthor 

Lex Luthor

Species: Human

The Lex Luthor of Earth-75.

see Titansverse: Supervillains for the Earth-9 character who bears his name and background
see Arrowverse: Luthor Family & Associates for infos about his Earth-38 counterpart.
see Superman Film Series for the Earth-96 character who bears his name and background
see Smallville: LuthorCorp for the Earth-167 character who bears his name and background
see Smallville: Earth-2 page to see the Alternate Universe Earth-167 character who bears his name and background
see DCEU Lex Corp page for the character in an undesignated Earth who bears his name and background

  • The Ghost: He doesn't appear, just referred to.
  • Informed Attribute: Given that he was in the headlines for "killing" his universe's Superman even though his Earth-38 counterpart was the one who did the deed while he himself doesn't make an appearance, it appears this Lex is also played by Jon Cryer.
  • Not Me This Time: He is the one held accountable for the murder of his world's Superman, even though his Earth-38 counterpart was the one who did the deed.
  • Villain of Another Story: Since his world is visited during the Crisis, he is not dealt with.


Earth-99

    In General 
There was no hope for this world.
- Bruce Wayne

An Earth visited by Kara and Kate during the Crisis, that is in a bad state of affairs.


  • Aliens Among Us: Much like Earths 9, 38, 75, 96, 167 and X, there are Kryptonians living on Earth.
  • Alternate Self:
    • This universe shares a Brice Wayne with Earths 1, 2, 9, 21, 38, 66, 89, 203 and an undesignated universe.
    • This universe shares a Joker with Earths 1, 9, 66, 89, 96, 203 and an undesignated universe.
    • This universe shares a Kal-El/Clark Kent with Earths 9, 21, 38, 75, 96 and numerous undesignated universes.
    • Beth Kane with Earth-1 and an unnamed universe. Earth-203 Dinah Laurel Lance/Redmond also bears their physical likeness.
    • This universe shares a Penguin with Earths 1, 9, 66, and 89.
    • This universe shares a Riddler with Earths 1, 9, 66, and 89.
    • This universe shares a Kate Kane with Earth-1 and an unnamed universe.
    • This universe shares a Mr. Freeze with Earths 1, 66, and 89.
    • This universe share a Clayface with Earths 1 and 203.
    • This universe shares a Luke Fox with Earth-1.
  • Bad Future: This timeline is at least five years in the future from Earth-1, with Kate Kane's career as Batwoman having already come and gone, ending tragically with her death.
  • Crapsack World: Big time, to the point of the resident Batman not minding if it gets destroyed. Among other things, Superman is dead because Batman himself murdered him.
  • For Want of a Nail: In Earth-99 the Kane family's tragic car accident never happened, Kate's mom never died, Beth never became Alice, and Bruce was never driven into exile by the shame of his role in the incident. Somehow this luckier version of Kate — unburdened by trauma, with her cousin around to help her, and without the Wonderland Gang gunning for her — is killed in her first year as Batwoman where our Batwoman lived. And her death is one of the triggers that turns Earth-99 into a full-on fascist dystopia.
  • Identical Stranger: This universe's Beth Kane looks like Dinah Laurel Lance (now Dinah Redmond) of Earth-203.
  • In Spite of a Nail:
    • Bruce Wayne became Batman much like on Earths 1, 2, 9, 21, 38, 66, 89, 203 and an undesignated universe.
    • Kal-El/Clark Kent became Superman much like on Earths 9, 21, 38, 75, 96 and an undesignated universe.
    • This is one of five known universes pre-Crisis in which Superman and Batman are both active, the others being Earths 9, 21, 38, and an undesignated Earth.
    • This is one of four known universes where a Rachel Skarsten character is closely connected to the Bat-family, and one of three in which she is Beth Kane.
    • This is one of three known universes where a Rachel Skarsten and Ruby Rose characters are twins.
  • Shout-Out Theme Naming: Is named for the year Batman Beyond debuted in 1999, and is aesthetically strongly influenced by that show, set in a decaying, overgrown Wayne Manor with an elderly embittered Bruce cared for by a young man who's his Only Friend (with Luke Fox standing in for Terry McGinnis). That said, this world quickly turns out to be an Evil Counterpart Alternate Universe to Beyond.

The Bat-Family

    Bruce Wayne / Batman 

Bruce Wayne / Batman

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bruce_wayne_28earth_9929.png
It's like a wise man once said, "Battle not with monsters lest you become a monster."

Species: Human

Played By: Kevin Conroy

Known Aliases: Batman.

Appearances: Crisis On Infinite Earthsnote 

This Earth's resident version of Batman, who has long since abandoned all hope.

see the Arrowverse: Bat-Family page for the Earths 1 and 38 characters who bear his name and background
see the Arrowverse: Earth-2 page for the Earth-2 character who bears his name and background
see Titansverse: Other Superheroes for the Earth-9 character who bears his name and background
see the Batman 1966 Heroes page for the Earth-66 character who bears his name and background
see the Batman Film Series: Bat-Family page for the Earth-89 character who bears his name and background
see Birds of Prey (TV) for the Earth-203 character who bears his name and background
see DCEU: Batman page for the character in an undesignated Earth who bears his name and background

  • Actor Allusion: A small one. Before he's physically revealed, all we hear is his familiar deep voice coming from the stairs; Kevin Conroy, of course, is famous for his extensive voice work as Batman.
  • Adaptational Villainy: With regards to his inspirations.
    • The Batman of Kingdom Come was a bit darker a hero than normal, turning Gotham into a borderline police state and pretending to ally with the villains, but he was still a hero. Earth-99's Batman is, at best, a Knight Templar, and at worst, no different from the killers he once fought against; whatever you lean towards seeing him as, he's undeniably a xenophobic serial killer who loses all sympathy when you lay eyes on those glasses.
    • The elderly Bruce Wayne of Batman Beyond is highly cynical, but has his bright spots, and actually retired once he was aware he was going to go too far due to his increasing age. On the other hand, Bruce Wayne of Earth-99 kept going well into his old age, becoming increasingly brutal, and only stopped once he was crippled in his final battle with Superman.
    • He went through the same kind of path as Bruce/Batman from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (hatred of Kryptonians out of Beware the Superman), but had no Heel Realization, didn't spare the life of Superman and didn't become The Atoner.
  • Advertised Extra: He was prominently advertised, but dies relatively quickly during Part 2 of the Crisis.
  • Badass Baritone: He has a very deep, gruff voice, and is even played by the voice actor who is responsible for instilling this trope regarding Batman to the minds/ears of many fans. It's also a case of Evil Sounds Deep, due to his descent into psychosis.
  • Beware the Superman: Or in this case, Beware the Batman. This Earth was subjected to Batman relinquishing his Thou Shalt Not Kill rule and going on a killing spree, to the point where he it was considered a Reign of Terror.
  • Bomb-Throwing Anarchists: Borrows a line from The Dark Knight Returns ("He always said yes, to anyone with a badge or a flag") to explain his agenda beyond kneejerk Beware the Superman Fantastic Racism. Echoing themes in Supergirl's relationship with the DEO, this Superman chose to cooperate with the US government, making it unacceptably powerful in Bruce's eyes. Bruce's opposition turned out more effective than he planned for; the world is now a chaotic wasteland.
  • Broken Ace: Years of fighting have left him an old, broken mess, dependent on an exoskeleton just to move around to say nothing about his mental state.
  • Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu: He managed to defeat and kill Superman, but at the expense of the Career-Ending Injury he currently (and permanently) has.
  • Character Tics: When speaking, Bruce has his mouth and lips dart all over the place, as if he can't control them. This is a permutation of how Kevin Conroy does his Batman and Bruce voice in a recording booth, as they're a Voice Actor by trade, doing those sorts of vocal movements isn't weird for him, but it does look quite odd to the audience. Though considering he's portraying an elderly, slightly nutty in the head Bruce Wayne here, it works in his favour.
  • Career-Ending Injury: His battle with Superman has left him too mentally and physically broken to continue his crime-fighting.
  • Composite Character: He has the looks of Batman from Kingdom Come, and Conroy plays him similarly to Old Bruce from Batman Beyond but his attitude is more similar to the version from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice pre-Heel Realization, and he quotes both that film and The Dark Knight Returns to describe his hatred of Superman. His Batmobile is also based on the Tim Burton version, though we only see it under a sheet.
  • The Cynic: He has long since abandoned any kind of hope and will to fight, basically waiting to die in his manor, even saying that it is probably best if the Anti-Monitor ends his miserable existence.
  • Dark Is Evil: Unlike virtually every other Batman, this one is a Fallen Hero and a serial killer responsible for the deaths of most of his rogues and Superman.
  • Death Seeker: He's a bitter old hermit waiting for death in his mansion. He pretty much goads Kate into killing him.
  • Deconstructed Character Archetype: Of the Darker and Edgier interpretations of Batman, but particularly the versions where he abandons his no-kill rule. Instead of making a difference, his legacy is that the public sees him as a murderer instead of a Pragmatic Hero, and he is left to live out his remaining days a physically and mentally broken old man with no real friends or allies and no belief in the fundamental goodness in others.
  • Dented Iron: Decades of crime-fighting visibly took a toll on his body, though Luke says it was mainly due to his battle with Superman.
  • Despair Event Horizon: He's long past it, having given up his life as Batman, broken on the physical, mental, and spiritual levels. He's so far gone that as far as he's concerned, his Earth and every other should die in Crisis, as there's no hope left for any of them.
  • Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: He managed to defeat and kill Superman, though not without a cost.
  • Didn't Think This Through: Thinking it was a good idea to kill Superman can only be described as Bruce allowing his bigotry towards Kryptonians to override his common sense, given the Career-Ending Injury this was inevitably going to cause. Even Luke notes that going after Superman was idiotic. And then he goes against another Kryptonian, Kara, and this time he's screwed because not only is he physically disabled but it's two against one - Kate, a Badass Normal unaffected by Kryptonite who only flunked military academy because she was a victim of homophobic discrimination, is prepared to protect Kara from this lunatic. The result is Kate accidentally kicking him into the Batcomputer, resulting in a fatal electric shock.
  • The Dreaded: While this is a common quality of Batman's, this one went above and beyond. By the time his "war on crime" finally ended, Gotham celebrated his downfall as the end of a reign of terror.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Despite how far he's fallen, Bruce still cares about Kate, and is happy to meet her Earth-1 counterpart. Until Kate tries to stand up for Kara, at least.
  • Evil All Along: He is not a Paragon of anything, but a serial killer who even murdered Superman just for being a hidden alien.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: He's so far gone that he considers breaking one's moral codes to be an inevitability. He's also confused and angry to see Kate defending a Kryptonian, derisively commenting that the Kate he knew didn't trust anyone.
  • Evil Doppelgänger: While he’s a Fallen Hero rather than straight out evil, he has still crossed a line further than any known Batman has.
  • Fallen Hero: After starting to kill, he fell off the deep end.
  • Famous Last Words: Ones that seem to haunt his killer, Kate of Earth-1.
    Bruce: Kate, listen to me. There is no hope.
  • Fantastic Racism: He killed Superman mainly for being a "strange visitor from another planet [who came] to Earth with powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal men." He attacks Earth-38's Supergirl, whom he has no history with or quarrel against, for the same reason, and his commentary indicates he considers her subhuman.
    Bruce: The Kate I knew didn't trust anyone, let alone a Kryptonian.
  • Handicapped Badass: He suffered a Career-Ending Injury that necessitates wearing an exoskeleton just to move, but he's still able to incapacitate Kara using said suit.
  • He Who Fights Monsters: He directly quotes the Nietzsche passage to Kate. Not only did he kill most of his rogues gallery, he even murdered his Earth's version of Superman!
  • High-Voltage Death: Kate inadvertently kills him by kicking him back against the Batcomputer, which fries his exoskeleton to lethal extremes.
  • It Gets Easier: Admits this, when it comes to killing.
    Bruce: You start with a code, you hang onto it with every self-righteous breath, but then you take one life, then another, then another, then another. You'll see.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: He's way past any redemption point despite Earth-1 Kate's attempt to convince him to change his ways.
  • Karmic Death: His attempt to murder Kara for being a Kryptonian results in Kate accidentally killing him.
  • Lean and Mean: He's incredibly bony, presumably because his body is permanently broken by Superman and can no longer be exercised as a result. And mean? Just look at all the mementos he kept of the people who died because of his actions.
  • Man in the Machine: Is dependent on a Powered Armor exoskeleton to move, giving him super-strength but otherwise greatly limiting his mobility, akin to the version of Batman seen in Kingdom Come. It was his world's Superman who put him there.
  • Mask of Sanity: He seems rational at first, albeit broken and more cynical than ever, seeming to just be a logical conclusion to his lifetime of fighting crime in Gotham. The mask starts to slip when he admits to Kate that he's killed too many people to count, and it's gone completely by the time Kara confronts him in the Batcave, revealing the embittered, xenophobic, nihilistic monster that he's become.
  • My Greatest Failure: We don't know exactly how Bruce-99's Start of Darkness began, but seeing his Kate try to follow in his footsteps (and do it better and less lethally than him) only to die sounds like it was part of it.
  • Noisy Robots: His exoskeleton emits noise whenever he moves.
  • Not So Different: Due to his drive down into killing, he becomes this with respect to his rogues gallery, especially the serial killers within it.
  • Pet the Dog:
    • He chides Luke for being rude when Kate and Kara come to call, as they don't get visitors very often.
    • He's genuinely polite and friendly towards Kate for most of the time they spend talking, clearly happy to see his cousin again, even if this isn't the Kate he lost.
  • Powered Armor: Earth-99 Batman is in an exoskeleton due to a lifetime of injuries. It's powered by Kryptonite.
  • Pyrrhic Victory: He accomplished the nigh impossible task of killing his world's Superman, only to be crippled from his wounds.
  • Redemption Rejection: Kate begs him to take up the mantle of the Paragon of Courage and stop the Crisis to redeem himself, but he coldly dismisses the idea that either he or the Multiverse deserves to be saved.
  • Red Herring: He was not the Paragon of Courage, but Kate herself.
  • Retired Monster: We see a newspaper headline proclaiming that the Batman's "reign of terror" ended some time ago, presumably after his fight with Superman took him out of commission.
  • Seen It All: Other than some surprise at seeing Kate, he isn't fazed by a visit from her alternate Earth doppelganger or learning about a Multiverse facing impending annihilation. That's because he's past caring and actually welcomes the end of all life.
  • Self-Disposing Villain: While Kate is somewhat responsible for his death, it's mostly his own fault. He attacks her, she kicks him back in self-defense, which unintentionally leads to him and his armor being fatally electrocuted by an apparatus on the table.
  • Serial Killer: Heavily implied to have become this, from his talk of how killing became easier for him, to his trophy case, to the talk about his "reign of terror" which is not too far divorced from the likes of his rogues.
  • Shadow Archetype: Of DCEU Batman. Like him, he went downward spiral because of his protégé's death (Jason Todd in DCEU Batman's case, Kate Kane in Earth-99 Batman's case) and because he started killing. He also quickly perceive Superman as a threat once he knew about him. The stark difference is that while DCEU Batman did not succeed, this Batman did, and he kept falling off the deep end.
  • Stopped Caring: His Career-Ending Injury plus the death of his Kate has left him apathetic about everything.
  • Straw Nihilist: Believes that not only is there no hope for his universe, but that there is no hope for any Earth on any universe, and says so down to his dying breath.
  • Suicide by Cop: His death has shades of this, as he basically forces Kate to kill him and previously rambles about being better off dead.
    Bruce: Yes, let it end, let it all end. This world's not worth saving in any universe.
  • Trophy Room: Luke euphemistically calls Bruce's library a collection of "mementos" but Kara quickly recognizes it for what it is. Proves to be his undoing, since the most prominent trophy on display is Clark Kent's shattered glasses.
  • Villainous Legacy: Although he dies in his first and only appearance, Kate later reflects on this murderous version of him when she herself accidentally kills August Cartwright, worried that she's becoming more like him. In fact, it turns out Earth-1 Bruce has also taken a life; specifically, The Joker's. Ironically, Earth-99 Bruce's own death was also in a sense caused by Kate, though she only meant to push him back in self-defense.
  • Walking Spoiler: Talking about this version of Bruce Wayne beyond him being an older one played by Kevin Conroy reveals his Adaptational Villainy status.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Implied; Bruce refers to Superman as "Clark", showing that, at minimum, he knew Superman's secret identity.
  • Wham Line: The line that reveals his Mask of Sanity for what it is.
    Bruce: I've lost track of how many people I've killed.

    Luke Fox 

Luke Fox

Species: Human

Played By: Camrus Johnson

Appearance: Crisis On Infinite Earthsnote 

The Earth-99 version of Luke Fox.

see the Arrowverse: Bat-Family page for Earth-1 Luke Fox

  • Adaptational Wimp: Downplayed. While not as competent as his comics counterpart, he still fares better in combat than the main Earth-1 Luke.
  • Alternate Universe Reed Richards Is Awesome: He is much more muscular than his Earth-1 counterpart, as noted by Kate and Kara, and he is not shy to draw a gun on intruders, even if they are strong enough to break down a door.
  • Composite Character: Takes the place of Terry McGinnis as the young man accompanying an elderly retired Bruce Wayne.
  • Mr. Fanservice: The first thing Kate notices about him is his abs.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: He shows no issue with Bruce killing his Rogues Gallery and Superman, only remarking that going after the latter wasn't a good idea.
  • Only Friend: Is this for Bruce Wayne the way Earth-1's Luke is for Kate.
  • Truer to the Text: His eagerness to get into action, Mr. Fanservice status, and no-nonsense attitude are much more faithful to the comics than the main Earth-1 version.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: He constantly has an open shirt that shows his muscular build.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: It’s unknown what happens to him after Kara discovers Bruce murdered the Superman of Earth-99, especially since he didn’t appear to have any qualms with Batman going through with it along with the fact Kara changed into her Supergirl outfit. Even if Kara left him, he still remained in the mansion after Bruce was accidentally killed by Kate.

    Kate Kane / Batwoman 

Kate Kane / Batwoman

Species: Human

Played By: Ruby Rose

Known Aliases: Batwoman

Appearance: Crisis On Infinite Earthsnote 

The Earth-99 version of Kate Kane.

see the Arrowverse: Bat-Family page for Earth-1 Kate Kane

Criminals

    Clayface 

Clayface

Species: Metahuman

Notorious criminal whom Earth-99 Batman fought years prior.

see Arrowverse: Gotham City Criminals for the Earth-1 character who bears his/her code name and background
see Birds of Prey (TV) for the Earth-203 character who bears his name and background

  • And I Must Scream: Currently in the state of a puddle of mud, according to Bruce.
  • The Ghost: Only mentioned by Bruce.
  • Lifesaving Misfortune: Being trapped in a state of mud is still better than being killed by Batman like most of the other supervillain contemporaries.
  • Shapeshifting: Clayface can turn to any form due to being made of, well, clay.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Only addressed as Clayface by Bruce, thus we don't know which version of the character (Basil Karlo, Matt Hagen, Preston Payne, Sondra Fuller, Cassius Payne, Peter Malley, Todd Russell, Johnny Williams) this is.

    Jane Doe 

Jane Doe

Species: Human

Notorious criminal currently incarcerated at Arkham Asylum.

see Arrowverse: Gotham City Criminals for Jonathan Cartwright, the Earth-1 character who bears her background

  • The Ghost: Only mentioned by Bruce thinking she was the Earth-1 Kate disguising as his beloved late cousin.
  • Lifesaving Misfortune: Being incarcerated in Arkham is miles and away better than being trapped in a state of mud like Clayface and especially killed by Batman like the rest of her supervillain contemporaries.
  • Master of Disguise: She grafts skin from people's faces and is an expert at voice mimicry, enabling her to disguise into anyone she chooses.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Only known as Jane Doe, her criminal name.

    The Joker 

The Joker

Species: Human

A notorious criminal whom Earth-99 Batman killed years prior.

see Arrowverse: Gotham City Criminals for the Earth-1 character who bears his name and background
see Titansverse: Supervillains for the Earth-9 character who bears his name and background
see Batman 1966 Rogues Gallery for the Earth-66 character who bears his name and background
see Batman Film Series: Villains for the Earth-89 character who bears his name and background
see Superman Film Series for the Earth-96 character who bears his name and background
see Birds of Prey (TV) for the Earth-203 character who bears his name and background
see DCEU Batman Rogues Gallery page for the character in an undesignated Earth who bears his name and background

    The Riddler 

The Riddler

Species: Human

A notorious criminal whom Earth-99 Batman killed years prior.

see Arrowverse: Gotham City Criminals for the Earth-1 character who bears his name and background
see Titansverse: Supervillains for the Earth-9 character who bears his name and background
see Batman 1966 Rogues Gallery for the Earth-66 character who bears his name and background
see Batman Film Series: Villains for the Earth-89 character who bears his name and background

    The Penguin 

The Penguin

Species: Human

A notorious criminal whom Earth-99 Batman killed years prior.

see Arrowverse: Gotham City Criminals for the Earth-1 character who bears his name and background
see Titansverse: Supervillains for the Earth-9 character who bears his name and background
see Batman 1966 Rogues Gallery for the Earth-66 character who bears his name and background
see Batman Film Series: Villains for the Earth-89 character who bears his name and background

    Mr. Freeze 

Mr. Freeze

Species: Human

A notorious criminal whom Earth-99 Batman killed years prior.

see Arrowverse: Gotham City Citizens for the Earth-1 character who bears his name and background
see Batman 1966 Rogues Gallery for the Earth-66 character who bears his name and background
see Batman Film Series: Villains for the Earth-89 character who bears his name and background

Others

    Clark Kent / Superman 

Clark Kent / Superman

Species: Kryptonian

The resident Superman of Earth-99

see Titansverse: Other Superheroes for the Earth-9 character who bears his name and background
see Arrowverse: Other Locales for the Earth-38 character who bears his name and background
see Superman Film Series for the Earth-96 character who bears his name and background
see Smallville: Kents for the Earth-167 character who bears his name and background
see Smallville: Earth-2 page to see the Alternate Universe Earth-167 character who bears his name and background
see DCEU: Superman page for the character in an undesignated Earth who bears his name and background

    Elizabeth "Beth" Kane 

Elizabeth "Beth" Kane

Species: Human

Played By: Rachel Skarsten

Appearances: Crisis On Infinite Earthsnote 

The Earth-99 version of Beth Kane.

see the Arrowverse: Gotham City Criminals page for Earth-1 Beth Kane
see Birds of Prey (TV) for Dinah Redmond, the Earth-203 character who bears her physical likeness

  • Adaptation Dye-Job: Her natural hair is brown, where in the comics it was red. Earth-1's Beth, as Alice, is platinum blonde.
  • Ambiguous Situation: Her whereabouts during Crisis is never stated. It's also unclear if she's a Secret Keeper for the Bat-Family or not.
  • The Ghost: She only shows up via photograph.
  • Good Counterpart: In this universe she was nothing but Kate's loving sister, making Earth-1 Kate wonder what could've been.


Earth-221

     In General 

     Sherloque Wells 

     Watsune 

Watsune

Species: Human

The late partner of Harrison Sherloque Wells.


     Jervis Tetch / Mad Hatter 

Jervis Tetch / Mad Hatter

Species: Human

A notorious Serial Killer who uses a memory machine.


     Renee Adler 

Renee Adler

Species: Human

Played By: Kimberly Williams-Paisley

Appearances: The Flash

The first wife of Harrison Sherloque Wells.

see the Arrowverse: Metahumans page for her Earth-1 counterpart
see the Arrowverse Earth 38 Other Locales page for her Earth-38 counterpart


Earth-719

    Maya 

Species: Human

Played By: Kayla Compton / Briana Tedesco (young)

Appearances: The Flash

The adopted daughter of Harrison Nash Wells.

see the Arrowverse: S.T.A.R. Labs page for Allegra Garcia, the Earths-1/Prime character who bears her physical likeness

  • Alternate Self: She was an alternate version of Allegra Garcia.
  • Dead Alternate Counterpart: She died in 2019, while Allegra is alive in 2020.
  • Dead Sidekick: She died on Earth-13 during an exploit there with Nash.
  • Death by Falling Over: She lost her footing on the ledge of a cliff and, having undone her safety clip, fell to her death.
  • Expy: She has elements of Harry Wells' family. She is Nash's daughter figure similarly to Jesse Quick while her death affected Nash similarly to Harry's wife's affected Harry.
  • Happily Adopted: Nash took care of her and she seemed to love him as a father.
  • Posthumous Character: She died before Allegra appeared on the series.
  • Treasure Hunter: She followed Nash's footsteps on becoming a multiversal geologist.


Gen's Earth

Pierce family

    Gen Pierce 

Gennifer "Gen" Pierce

Species: Metahuman

Played By: China Anne McClain

Appearances: Black Lightning

The counterpart of Jennifer Pierce/Lightning.

see the Arrowverse: Pierce Family page for her Earth-BL counterpart

    Jefferson Pierce / Black Lightning 

Jefferson Pierce / Black Lightning

Species: Humannote 

Played By: Cress Williams

Appearances: Black Lightning

The counterpart of Jefferson Pierce.

see the Arrowverse: Pierce Family page for his Earth-BL counterpart

    Anissa Pierce 

Anissa Pierce

Species: Humannote 

Played By: Nafessa Williams

Appearances: Black Lightning

The counterpart of Anissa Pierce.

see the Arrowverse: Pierce Family page for her Earth-BL counterpart

  • De-Power: She lost her powers due to an action Gen did.

    Lynn Stewart 

Lynn Stewart

Species: Humannote 

Played By: Christine Adams

Appearances: Black Lightning

The counterpart of Lynn Stewart.

see the Arrowverse: Pierce Family page for her Earth-BL counterpart

  • De-Power: She lost her powers due to an action Gen did.

Freeland

    Jeremiah Holt 

Reverend Jeremiah Holt

Species: Human

Played By: Clifton Powell

Appearances: Black Lightning

The counterpart of Jeremiah Holt.

see the Arrowverse: Freeland Citizens page for his Earth-BL counterpart

American Security Agency (A.S.A.)

    Percy Odell 

Percy Odell

Species: Human

Played By: Bill Duke

Appearances: Black Lightning

An A.S.A. agent and the Earth-1 counterpart of Percy Odell.

see the Arrowverse: U.S. Government for his Earth-BL counterpart

  • Hero Killer: Killed a de-powered version of his Earth's Jefferson Pierce.
  • In Spite of a Nail: He's an A.S.A. agent in two other pre-Crisis Universes.

    Sara Grey 

Sara Grey

Species: Human

Played By: Katy O'Brian

Appearances: Black Lightning

An A.S.A. agent.

see the Arrowverse: U.S. Military page for her Earth-BL counterpart


Jinn's Earth

American Security Agency (A.S.A.)

    Jinn Pierce 

Jnnifer "Jinn" Pierce

Species: Metahuman

Played By: China Anne McClain

Appearances: Black Lightning

The counterpart of Jennifer Pierce/Lightning.

see the Arrowverse: Pierce Family page for her Earth-BL counterpart

    Percy Odell 

Percy Odell

Species: Human

Played By: Bill Duke

Appearances: Black Lightning

The counterpart of Percy Odell.

see the Arrowverse: U.S. Government page for his Earth-BL counterpart

Pierce Family

    Jefferson Pierce / Black Lightning 

Jefferson Pierce / Black Lightning

Species: Metahuman

Played By: Cress Williams

Appearances: Black Lightning

The counterpart of Jefferson Pierce/Black Lightning.

see the Arrowverse: Pierce Family page for his Earth-BL counterpart

    Anissa Pierce / Thunder 

Anissa Pierce

Species: Metahuman

Played By: Nafessa Williams

Appearances: Black Lightning

The counterpart of Anissa Pierce / Thunder.

see the Arrowverse: Pierce Family page for her Earth-BL counterpart

    Lynn Stewart 

Lynn Stewart

Species: Human

Played By: Christine Adams

Appearances: Black Lightning

The counterpart of Lynn Stewart.

see the Arrowverse: Pierce Family page for her Earth-BL counterpart


Winn Schott / Toyman II's Earth

    Toyman II 

Winslow "Winn" Schott, Jr. / Toyman II

Species: Humannote 

Played By: Jeremy Jordan

Appearances: Supergirl

The psychotic counterpart of Winn from an unknown Earth.

see the Arrowverse: The Legion of Super-Heroes page for his Earth-38/Prime counterpart
see the Arrowverse: Earth-X page for his Earth-X counterpart

    Toyman I 

Winslow Schott, Sr. / Toyman I

Species: Human

Played By: Henry Czerny

Appearances: Supergirl

The counterpart of Winslow Schott, Sr. from an unknown Earth.

see the Arrowverse: National City Criminals page for his Earth-38/Prime counterpart
see the Smallville: Other Major Villains page for the Earth-167 character who bears his name and background


Good Beth Kane's Earth

    Elizabeth "Beth" Kane 

Elizabeth Marie "Beth" Kane

Species: Human

Played By: Rachel Skarsten

Appearances: Batwoman

Another version of Beth who arrives in Gotham.

see Arrowverse: Gotham City Criminals page to see her Earth-Prime counterpart
see Birds of Prey (TV) for Dinah Redmond, the Earth-203 character who bears her physical likeness

  • Alternate Self: To Alice, the version of Beth who has been antagonizing Batwoman up to this point. Given the events of Crisis on Infinite Earths (2019), it's almost certain she was brought into Gotham as a result of the big multiverse merge.
  • Backup Twin: Kate was willing to pass her off to Jacob as their Beth.
  • Criminal Doppelgänger: Inverted; she's an ordinary civilian who happens to resemble Big Bad Alice. She is twice mistaken for her evil counterpart, by Mary and by Kate.
  • Dead Alternate Counterpart: Fatally shot by August Cartwright thinking she was her Earth-Prime counterpart.
  • Died in Your Arms Tonight: Earth-Prime Luke Fox was there when August Cartwright fatally shot her.
  • Good Counterpart: To Big Bad Alice.
  • Hot Scientist: She's an astrophysicist in her universe.
  • Impersonating the Evil Twin: In order to save the kidnapped Kate, Beth pretended to be Alice to save her. Unfortunately, Alice's cronies know her too well and her act is busted. And worse she was killed because another enemy of Alice mistook Beth as her.
  • Never Got to Say Goodbye: Her twin sister's whereabouts are unknown when she was killed in another universe, though Kate's counterpart was at least there in Beth's final moments.
  • Nice Girl: In contrast to Alice. After meeting her, Mary admits she sees why Kate was so desperate to get through to Alice.
  • Sci-Fi Bob Haircut: An astrophysicist who was introduced after a major cosmic event.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She doesn't have the excessive makeup and costume (as well as the Ax-Crazy tendencies) of the main Alice, making her more conventionally beautiful.
  • Too Good for This Sinful Earth: Beth is a kind, compassionate woman who even shows sympathy towards Alice, but she's senselessly murdered by Cartwright just when it looks like her life has been saved.
  • Too Happy to Live: She came from a universe in which the tragic circumstances of the Earth-1/Prime Kane family never happened, with her counterpart there getting the short end of the stick. And even when she finds herself stuck on that world, her family's doppelgangers are willing to take her in given that their Beth became a batshit crazy criminal. Of course this version will not be allowed to live.
  • Trapped in Another World: She finds herself stuck on Earth-Prime post-Crisis.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: After being around for only two episodes and set up as a major new character, Beth is gunned down by Dr. Cartwright, who mistook her for Alice.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: Though it is never confirmed explicitly, it's very likely that her home universe was destroyed during Crisis.

    Kate Kane 

Kate Kane

Species: Human

Played By: Ruby Rose

Appearance: Batwoman

A version of Kate Kane from an undesignated Earth.

see the Arrowverse: Bat-Family page for Earth-1/Prime Kate Kane

  • Ambiguous Situation: Her whereabouts post Crisis is never mentioned.
  • The Ghost: She only appears via photograph.
  • Never Got to Say Goodbye: Her whereabouts are unknown when her twin sister was killed in another universe, though Kate's counterpart was at least there in her final moments.


Other Earths

     Hells Wells 

Harrison "Hells" Wells

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/hells_wells.png

Species: Human

Played By: Tom Cavanagh

Appearances: The Flash

The Harrison Wells from an unnumbered Earth, possibly the same one as the unidentified cowboy below is living.

see the Arrowverse: S.T.A.R. Labs page for his Earths-1, 2 19, 221, and an Undesignated Earth counterparts

     Harrison Wells 

Harrison Wells

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mime_wells.jpg

Species: Human

Played By: Tom Cavanagh

Appearances: The Flash

The Harrison Wells from an unnumbered Earth. He is a mime.

see the Arrowverse: S.T.A.R. Labs page for his Earths-1, 2 19, 221, and an Undesignated Earth counterparts

     Harrison Nash Wells / Pariah 

     Kryptonian Witches 

Selena, Vita, Ayala

Species: Kryptonian

Played By: Anjali Jay (Selena), Rosemary Hochschild (Vita), Winsome Brown (Ayala)

Appearances: Supergirl

Non-malicious counterparts of the Dark Kryptonian Witches from an unknown, destroyed Earth who took refuge on Earth-Prime after the Crisis.

see Arrowverse: Aliens for their Earth-38/Earth-Prime counterparts
see Superman Film Series for the Earth-96 character who bears Selena's name and background

  • Forgot About His Powers: During the fight with Supergirl, Dreamer, and Brainy, the Kryptonian witches only use their magical powers, completely ignoring their Kryptonian abilities.
  • Good Counterpart: To the original Dark Kryptonian Witches. Though they do fight Supergirl and her friends alongside the Evil Brainy, they do so out of a desire to help him restore his bottled homeworld.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: They eventually offer Brainy to join him inside the bottle that is holding his homeworld as long as it can't be released, which he accepts.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Just like Evil Brainy.

The Tenth Circle

     Lord Crucifer 

Crucifer

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/crucifer.png

Species: Vampire

Played By: Mikael Vierge

Appearances: The Flash

A vampire from an unknown Earth that leads a vampire clan known as The Tenth Circle.


Miscellaenous

    The Council of Wells / Harrisons 
A collected group of various versions of Harrison Wells that Harry Wells summoned to help stop DeVoe.

     David Hersches / Cicadas 

Known Aliases: Cicada

Species: Metahuman

Played By: N/A

Appearances: The Flash

A group of criminals spread throughout The Multiverse. They all use the alias "Cicada", and, with the exception of the Earth-1 version, they are alternate versions of David Hersch.

see the Arrowverse: Central City Independent Criminals for Earth-1 David Hersch and Earth-1 Cicada (Orlin Dwyer)
see the Arrowverse: Future Characters for Earth-1 David Hersch's original future version

  • Arch-Enemy: Sherloque Wells has encountered and defeated dozens of Cicadas.
  • Mad Bomber: According to Sherloque, each Cicada used the same bomb trap as Earth-1 David Hersch.
  • In Spite of a Nail: Each version of David Hersch Sherloque encountered before meeting Team Flash turned out to be Cicada.
  • Tom the Dark Lord: Each of these Cicadas are simply called "David."

     Renee Adlers 

Renee Adler

Species: Human

Played By: Kimberly Williams-Paisley

Appearances: The Flash

The wives of Harrison Sherloque Wells accross The Multiverse.

see the Arrowverse: Metahumans page for their Earth-1 counterpart
see the Arrowverse: Other Locales page for their Earth-38 counterpart

     Supermen 

Superman

Species: Kryptonian

Various counterparts of the Man of Steel throughout the multiverse. Some of which have been killed by Lex Luthor of Earth-38.

see Titansverse: Other Superheroes for the Earth-9 Superman
see Arrowverse: Other Locales for Earth-38 Superman.
see Superman Film Series for the Earth-96 Superman
see Smallville: Kents for the Earth-167 Superman
see Smallville: Earth-2 page to see the Alternate Universe who bears the name and background of the Earth-167 Superman
see DCEU: Superman page for the character in an undesignated Earth who bears his name and background

  • Dead Alternate Counterpart: Courtesy of Lex, who uses the Book of Destiny to teleport to different Earths and kill their Supermen.

     Brainiac-5s 

Querl-Dox / Brainiac-5

Species: Coluan

Played By: Jesse Rath (Sweater Brainy, Evil Brainy, Eyepatch Brainy), Meaghan Rath (Female Brainy)

Multiple versions of Brainy who were all thrown into Earth-Prime as a result of the Crisis.

see Arrowverse: The D.E.O. for Earth-38/Earth-Prime Brainiac-5

  • Almost Dead Guy: One with an eyepatch appears on-screen just long enough to warn the others about a "bottle" before expiring.
  • Alternate Self: At least four different Brainies survived their Earths being destroyed by antimatter in one form or another.
  • Evil Counterpart: One of them bottled their world and killed one of their doppelgängers in an attempt to restore it.
  • Gender Flip: One of them is a woman.
  • He Knows Too Much: The Eyepatch Brainy caught on to Evil Brainy's machinations and was killed for it, but not without attempting to warn the others.
  • No Name Given: Sort of. They're all labeled Brainiac-5 but have no official distinction, with Evil Brainy being the closest any have.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Female Brainy convinces Brainy-Prime to release his inhibitors and sync his mind with the "big brain", allowing him to find a solution to stopping Leviathan by forming an uneasy alliance with Lex Luthor.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Aside from the one who dies approximately 10 seconds upon being introduced and the Evil Brainy who joins his bottled Earth in stasis, the two remaining Brainies merge their consciousness with the Big Brain (and by extension, the newly synced up Brainy-Prime) at the end of the episode they're all introduced in.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: All Evil Brainy wants is to restore his world from the bottle he trapped it in, taking extreme measures in the process.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: As a result of the pre-Crisis multiverse being wiped out and the post-Crisis one being currently unreachable by the vibrational patterns used before, they're stuck on Earth-Prime.


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