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The Cretaceous Period

     Gertrude 

Gertrude

Species: Dinosaur

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A Tyrannosaurus rex that Ray made an enemy of when trapped in the Cretaceous.


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Ancient Egypt

     Prince Khufu 

Prince Khufu

Hawkman's original incarnation.
see the Arrowverse: The Hawks page

     Priestess Chay-ara 

Priestess Chay-ara

Hawkgirl's original incarnation.
see the Arrowverse: The Hawks page

     Hath-Set 
Vandal Savage in his original life.

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49 B.C.

     Julius Caesar 

Gaius Julius Caesar

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

Species: Human

Played By: Simon Merrells (Season 3 debut episode), Jason Merrells (Season 3 finale)

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The famous roman conqueror, who finds himself time-displaced in Aruba.


1253 B.C.

     Helen of Troy 

Helen of Troy

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

Species: Human

Played By: Bar Paly

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The one and only Helen of Troy, who found herself in Hollywood , 1937, due to a time anachronism. Zari later drops her off at the island of Themyscira, so she can finally live far away from men and become stronger.


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Early and Medieval Britain

     King Arthur 

King Arthur

Species: Human

Played By: Nils Hognestad

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The legendary King of Camelot.


    Queen Guinevere 

Queen Guinevere

Species: Human

Played By: Elyse Levesque

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The legendary Queen of Camelot and King Arthur's wife.


  • Adaptational Badass: This version of Guinevere is much more of an Action Girl than in other versions of the story.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: Turns out the love triangle between Arthur, Guinevere, and Lancelot wasn't exactly what the traditional legends describe, as the marriage between Arthur and Guinevere is revealed to be more of a military/political alliance, while Guinevere states she rather more prefers Sara Lance, a lot.
  • Badass Gay: Lesbian and a formidable Lady of War.
  • Badass in Charge: Shows her Lady of War credentials by leading her husband's army against him when he was Mind Controlled by the Legion of Doom.
  • Benevolent Boss: Despite being a Reasonable Authority Figure, she's not afraid to use force if the situation calls for it.
  • Contralto of Danger: Her voice is quite deep, which helps adding to her badass image.
  • Fiery Redhead: While reasonable, she's very... opinionated.
  • Frontline General: She personally leads her knights during her only battle scene.
  • The High Queen: The beautiful and respected Queen of Camelot.
  • I Am Very British: Has an especially posh British accent.
  • Icy Blue Eyes: She has piercing blue eyes which gives her an effective Death Glare, further adding to her Lady of War credentials.
  • Jeanne d'Archétype: After her husband and a number of the Camelot knights were Mind Controlled, the remaining knights of the kingdom rely solely on her to take command. She complies by wearing a silver armor and riding a white horse much like the Trope Namer.
  • Lady of War: She's a very graceful female knight.
  • Lipstick Lesbian: You wouldn't know she's homosexual if she didn't drop several hints.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: With her husband. Despite their Incompatible Orientation, they consider themselves as really close friends.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: She listens to her subjects and values their opinions.
  • Statuesque Stunner: A beautiful woman who stands 5'9 1/2. The latter makes her the third tallest woman on Earth-1 and tied in fourth in the entire Arrowversenote .
  • You Are in Command Now: She has to lead the troops into battle herself after her husband is Mind Controlled by the Legion, which is a big burden for her.

     Merlin 
A magician and King Arthur's adviser. She is actually Courtney Whitmore/Stargirl taking refuge in this era.

     Sir Galahad 

Sir Galahad

Species: Human

Played By: Neil Webb

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A legendary Knight.


     King Konstantyn 

King Konstantyn

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/19_6.jpg

Species: Empowered human

Played By: Matt Ryan

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

John Constantine's earliest recorded ancestor, a king of one of the Celtic tribes of the British Isles and the first of Constantine's bloodline to wage a war against dark magic.


  • Adaptational Name Change: In the comics, Constantine's kingly ancestor is named Kon-stan-tyn; the show simplifies to the more conventional Konstantyn.
  • An Arm and a Leg: John cuts off his hand.
  • Fantastic Racism: King Konstantyn has a burning hatred for every magical creature, harmless or not something that deeply disturbs his descendant.
  • Identical Grandson: King Konstantyn looks just like John Constantine only with longer hair.
  • Knight Templar: King Konstantyn is utterly convinced of the righteousness of his cruel deeds, defending them even after John cuts off his hand.
  • Modest Royalty: There isn't anything Konstantyn wears to mark him as king of his tribe save for his yellow tunic which is longer and more colorful than the rest. Justified as his kingdom is rather modest and his primary responsibility as king is keeping his tribe safe.
  • Mythology Gag: Alan Moore has repeatedly clarified that John's last name is pronounced as "Constan-tyne" (like valentine) rather than the "Constan-teen" everyone else uses. This character was partially included to play around with and handwave this minor source of discontent between Moore and everyone else.
  • Our Founder: Of Constantine's bloodline by virtue of being the first one to wield magic against darkness and evil; his name Konstanyn would be anglicized down the centuries into the family surname of Constantine
  • Shadow Archetype: He represents what John would be without any restraint or conscience — in short what John was before the Newcastle incident. John is disturbed enough by the implications that he firmly states that he is not his ancestor.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Has a strong resemblance to his descendant John Constantine, by virtue of being played by the same actor.

17th Century

     Louis XIII of France 

Louis XIII of France

Species: Human

Played By: Christiaan Westerveld

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

King of France from 1610-1643.


  • Ambiguously Gay: His wife mentions in a malicious tone that he spends a lot of time with his subordinates. His single appearance never indicates any signs of homosexuality, however.
  • Arranged Marriage: With Anne of Austria.
  • The Beard: He and his wife are apparently this for each other. While he is only Ambiguously Gay, he is definitely this trope for her.
  • Butt-Monkey: Aside from Time Pirates attempting to kill him, his wife cheats on him before consummating their marriage.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": He's only referred to as the King of France, but the credits lists him as King Louis XIII of France.
  • Historical Domain Character: Obviously.
  • Large Ham: He is very theatrical.
  • Non-Action Guy: He's not combat proficient.

     Anne of Austria 

Anne of Austria

Species: Human

Played By: Rebecca Eady

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

Queen of France from 1643-1651.


     Masako Yamashiro 

Masako Yamashiro

Species: Human

Played By: Mei Melancon

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A woman betrothed to an evil shogunate who saved Nate Heywood's life. She is Tatsu Yamashiro's distant ancestor.


     Ichiro Yamashiro 

Ichiro Yamashiro

Species: Human

Played By: Sab Shimono

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

Masako's father and Tatsu Yamashiro's distant ancestor.


     Oda Yamashiro 

Oda Yamashiro

Species: Human

Masako's older brother and Tatsu Yamashiro's distant ancestor.


     Tokugawa Iemitsu 

Tokugawa Iemitsu

Species: Human

Played By: Stephen Oyoung

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

Ruler of Japan in 1641 and a renowned tyrant.


    Edward "Blackbeard" Teach 

Species: Human

Played By: Jonathan Cake

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The most feared pirate in history, Blackbeard.


  • Badass Beard: He wouldn't be Blackbeard without it, though the badass side is less prominent.
  • Back for the Finale: He returns the Season 3 finale as one of Mallus' demonic possessed lackeys.
  • Dirty Coward: A farcry from his historical depiction, this Blackbeard is a complete coward who runs in terror at the slightest danger and can easily be swayed if his life is threatened. Overlaps with Lovable Coward and Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain, as you just can't hate him because he is very entertaining.
  • Mercy Kill: Killed his wife who was possessed by the Earth Totem, though her corpse would continue being reanimated.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Actually manages to disarm Amaya in the Season 3 finale in a sword fight. Unfortunately, Nate hands her a spare.
  • Pirate: One of the most famous pirates in history, though he doesn't quite live up to the legends.
  • Worthy Opponent: Comes to respect Amaya as the Dread Pirate Jiwe.

18th Century

    George Washington 

George Washington

Species: Human

Played By: Randall Batinkoff

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The Commander-in-Chief of the U.S Continental Army.


  • Badass in Distress: Spends most of his episode captured.
  • Death by Adaptation: Subverted. Brainwashed Rip kills him before he crosses the Delaware River as part of the Legion's Batman Gambit to get a piece of the Spear of Destiny from the Legends. As the Legion anticipated, the Legends will Time Travel to an earlier point before the assassination and successfully claim said piece. Once they got their hands on the piece, they allowed the Legends to restore history.
  • Frontline General: He joins his men in action.
  • Historical Domain Character: Obviously.
  • Historical Hero Upgrade: Though that's typical for him, as well as the American revolutionaries in general. He claims to honour the 'rules of war' and gives prisoners respect, which greatly contrasts the real life Washington who had Native villages burned for siding with the British while survivors on the battlefield were often executed and then desecrated (though this was on both sides). Meanwhile the revolutionaries seem to be rather accepting of Nate and Amaye's mixed marriage and several interracial couples are seen dancing, which is baffling given that Washington kept black people as slaves. To their credit, the episode ends with Washington learning to 'fight dirty' from Rory, indicating that Washington's less-pleasant actions during the war could be because of Mick's influence.
  • Odd Friendship: Formed one with Mick Rory.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Brainwashed Rip kills him to create a huge time aberration to lure the Legends. He gets better.
  • Young Future Famous People: He's the 1st ever President of the United States, met by The Legends during his time as a General.

    Charles Cornwallis 

Charles Cornwallis

Species: Human

Played By: Noel Johansen

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A high-ranking British Army officer.


  • Alliterative Name: Charles Cornwallis.
  • Historical Domain Character: Obviously.
  • Historical Villain Upgrade: Fortunately averted. Though he and his army are the badguys, they're merely treated as one side of a war, and when we hear Brainwashed Rip's ramblings to the soldiers, its clear they view the war as a case of domestic terrorists and traitors they're fighting against rather than idealistic freedom fighters. In particular, the only badguy involved is Rip, who is brainwashed to be this way rather than actually a villain.
  • Young Future Famous People

19th Century

    Jonah Hex 

Jonah Hex

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

Species: Human

Played By: Johnathon Schaech

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A former Confedarate soldier and morally ambiguous gunslinger in the Old West with knowledge of Time Travel.


    Jeb Stillwater 

Jeb Stillwater

Species: Human

Played By: Brent Staite

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

An outlaw who leads a gang that terrorizes towns during the 1800s.


    Unnanamed old woman 

Unnamed old woman

Hawkgirl's 19th Century incarnation.
see the Arrowverse: The Hawks page

    Hannibal Hawkes 

Hannibal Hawkes

Hawkman's 19th Century incarnation.
see the Arrowverse: The Hawks page

    Ulysses Grant 

Ulysses S. Grant

Species: Human

Played By: John Churchill

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A general of the Union Army.


    Mr. Collins 

Mr. Collins

Species: Human

Played By: Dean S. Jagger

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A slave owner.


    Quentin Turnbull 

Quentin Turnbull

Species: Human

Played By: Jeff Fahey

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The man responsible for the destruction of the town of Calvert, Oklahoma and Jonah Hex's Arch-Enemy.


    P.T. Barnum 

Phineas Taylor Barnum

Species: Human

Played By: Billy Zane

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The founder and owner of Barnum's Roving Museum of Freaks and Hypnotic Hippodrome, as well as the ringmaster of his self-proclaimed "Best Show on Earth".


     Sir Henry Stein 

Sir Henry Stein

Species: Human

Played By: Victor Garber

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

Martin Stein's great-great grandfather who looks identical to his descendant. He's an actor as well as a cultist who works for the Cult of Mallus.


  • Affably Evil: Refers to Nate as "my dear boy" as he abducts him.
  • Black Sheep: Martin describes him as this for the Stein family.
  • Dastardly Whiplash: Sports one of these and is the only distinguishing feature between him and his descendant Martin.
  • Evil Old Folks: Appears to be as old as the present day Martin Stein, but is a villainous cultist who abducts young men off the street to drain their blood.
  • Identical Grandson: He looks exactly like his great-great grandson, Martin Stein, due to both being played by Victor Garber.
  • Mad Scientist: Not explicitly stated to be a scientist, but conducts immoral experiments in the name of his cult.

    Jane Austen 

Jane Austen

Species: Human

Played By: Jenna Rosenow

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A legendary author whom the Legends meet in 1809.


20th Century

1910s

    J.R.R. Tolkien 

J. R. R. Tolkien

Species: Human

Played By: Jack Turner

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A soldier and future literary icon.


  • Bookworm: Between the upbraiding he receives from his C.O. for his perceived "cowardice", his enthusiasm in finding the tomb of Sir Gawain his eagerness to finish his charcoal rubbing of the shield, and him informing Nate and Rip that he is fond of long stories, it's clear that much like his famous creations, he would much rather be at home in a comfy arm chair with his pipe and a good book than in the battle field.
  • Gentleman and a Scholar: For a man in the trenches of one of the bloodiest battles of one of the 20th century's worst wars, he's probably one of the most polite people you could meet in those circumstances.
  • Historical Beauty Upgrade: According to historians who saw the episode he appears in, the actor is much more good-looking than the actual man in his youth.
  • It's a Long Story: Receives this answer from the Legends regarding their mission. To which he tells them that he likes long stories.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: A HUGE case of Truth in Television, as Tolkien did in fact suffer from "shell-shock". He's already beginning to show signs of this,especially when Nate drops a huge tome by him. The noise actually causes him to shake as it reminds him of an artillery shell. Almost makes you wonder what it was like for him in England during the Air-raids.
  • Young Future Famous People: He's a renown linguist, Oxford professor and considered one of the fathers of the modern fantasy genre. Here, the Legends meet him when he's a 2nd Lieutenant in the British army.

1920s

    Edith Boardman 

Edith Boardman

Prof. Boardman's late mother and Hawkgirl's early 20th Century incarnation.
see the Arrowverse: The Hawks page

    Joe Boardman 

Joe Boardman

Prof. Boardman's late father and Hawkman's early 20th Century incarnation.
see the Arrowverse: The Hawks page

    Al Capone 

Al Capone

Species: Human

Played By: Isaac Keoughan

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A renowned crime boss.


    Eliot Ness 

Eliot Ness

Species: Human

Played By: Cole Vigue

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A Prohibition agent in Chicago, United States, who fought to take down the devious gangster Al Capone.


1940s

    Unnamed Man 
Hawkman's mid 20th Century incarnation.
see the Arrowverse: The Hawks page

    Kendra 
Hawkgirl's mid 20th Century incarnation.
see the Arrowverse: The Hawks page

    Albert Einstein 

Albert Einstein

Species: Human

Played By: John Rubeinstein

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A renowned, Nobel Prize-winning physicist.


    Baron Krieger / der Übermensch 

Baron Krieger

Species: Enhanced Human

Played By: André Eriksen

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A Nazi officer who took a Super Serum provided by Thawne to become a hulking monster.


    Mileva Maric 

Mileva Maric

Played By: Christina Jastrzembska

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

Albert Einstein's estranged first wife.


    Damien Darhk 
A former League of Assassins member who is founding his own group.

    The Justice Society of America 

1950s

    Lindsy Carlisle 

Lindsy Carlisle

Species: Human

Played By: Ali Liebert

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A nurse who works at a psychiatric hospital in The ’50s she becomes Sara's Love Interest during her brief stay there.


    Betty Seaver 

Betty Seaver

Species: Human

Played By: Melissa Roxburgh

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A teenage girl in The ’50s whose boyfriend disappears after an encounter with Vandal Savage. She becomes Jax's very brief love interest.


    Dr. Curtis Knox 
Vandal Savage's assumed identity by 1958.

    Gail Knox 

Gail Knox

Species: Human

Played By: Laura Mennell

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The wife of Dr. Curtis Knox aka Vandal Savage.


    Sheriff Bud Ellison 
The Sheriff of Falls County, Oregon and a crony of Vandal Savage.

    Martin Stein 
Prof. Stein as a newborn, kidnapped by his future self to save him from being erased from the timeline by the Pilgrim.
see the Arrowverse: Firestorm page

    Agent Smith 
A member of the NSA.

    Ishiro Honda 

Ishiro Honda

Species: Human

Played By: Eijiro Ozaki

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The future director of the Showa Era Godzilla films.


  • Historical Domain Character: Obviously.
  • Never My Fault: He tries to blame the journal for his creation. Charlie calls him out for it, and he concedes her point.
  • War Is Hell: He gives a haunting description of walking through Hiroshima directly after its destruction, not yet realizing the entire population had been vaporized by the atomic bomb and he was getting them on his hair and clothes and even breathing them in. He was left so traumatized that his only way to deal with it was to create monsters to personify the destruction. And of course, all this is 100% true.

1960s

    The League of Assassins 

    Phil Gasmer 
A film student major in Los Angeles, California. He is actually an amnesiac Rip Hunter.

    George Lucas 

George Lucas

Species: Human

Played By: Matt Angel

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A film student and future acclaimed film maker.


    Dr. Ellen Moore 
Future head of Sumner asylum and Nora Dahrk's caretaker in The New '10s, the Legends visits her during her stint there in 1969 for further investigation.

    Jerry Garcia 

Jerry Garcia

Species: Human

Played By: Rob McEachern

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The lead singer of The Grateful Dead who performed at Woodstock. Nate had to take a marijuana from him as one of the ingredients needed to banish a demonic unicorn back to Hell.


    Jimi Hendrix 

Jimi Hendrix

Species: Human

Played By: Rob Shane Symons

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A rock star and guitarist who performed at Woodstock. He owned a Shaman that the Legends had to take from him as one of the ingredients needed to banish a demonic unicorn back to Hell.


    Janis Joplin 

Janis Joplin

Species: Human

Played By: Sara Rabey

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A female rock star who performed at Woodstock. She owned a lock that the Legends had to take from her as one of the ingredients needed to banish a demonic unicorn back to Hell.


    Dick Rory 
A Green Beret in The Vietnam War and Mick Rory's future father.

1970s

    Dr. Aldus Boardman 

Dr. Aldus Boardman

Species: Human

Played By: Peter Francis James, Joshua Jorssen (child)

Appearances: Heroes Join Forcesnote  | Legends of Tomorrow

A Classics professor at St. Roch University, who is an expert on the story of Chayara/Kendra and Prince Khufu/Carter.


  • Black and Nerdy: A black professor, descended from the Egyptian Hawkman and Hawkgirl.
  • Canon Foreigner: Has no comic counterpart.
  • Died in Your Arms Tonight: He dies in Kendra's arms.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: He first appears in the Flash/Arrow crossover that sets up the series, when the teams find the video he made about his discoveries.
  • Luke, You Are My Father: Dr. Boardman is the son of Hawkman and Hawkgirl from their early twentieth century selves.
  • Meaningful Name: Boardman sounds a lot like "Birdman", a fitting name for a child of Hawkman and Hawgirl.
  • Mixed Ancestry: His parents are obviously people of color, but it's difficult to determine their ethnicity at the time of his birth (they were originally Egyptians).
  • Nerdgasm: He gets one when he sees Rip using his laser revolver, happily exclaiming "Is that a laser gun?"
  • Non-Action Guy: He's not combat proficient, and was killed when caught in a crossfire.
  • Parental Abandonment: His parents were killed by Savage when he was very young.
  • The Professor: Although more of a historian type rather than a scientist like Stein.
  • Punny Name: His last name sounds a lot like "Birdman", alluding to his parents being Hawkman and Hawgirl.

    Sasha Mahnovski 
Vandal Savage's assumed identity by 1975.

    The H.I.V.E. 

    Marty Stein 
Martin Stein when he was a young man, who by 1975 is in the middle of his second degree in college.
see the Arrowverse: Firestorm page

    Leo Snart 
Leonard Snart as a boy visited by his future self in 1975. The Legends later kidnapped him as a newborn in 1972 to save him from being erased from the timeline by the Pilgrim.

    Lewis Snart 
Father of Leonard and Lisa Snart.

     Clarissa Clemens 
The niece of Martin Stein's professor and his future wife.

    Henry Heywood 
Member of the Justice Society of America and a flight commander at NASA by 1970.

    Hank Heywood 
Henry Heywood's teenage son and the future father of Nate.

    Barack Obama 

Barack Hussein "Barry" Obama

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/barry_73.png
"Clearly, you have some grievances. But perhaps we can look for a common ground."

Species: Human

Played By: Lovell Adams-Gray

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The first African-American President of the United States, who get's targeted by the Cult of Mallus (Grodd specifically) during his college days.


  • Advertised Extra: Only had a very limited amount of screentime despite being hypped up in his respective's episode promo.
  • Historical Domain Character: Obviously.
  • Neck Lift: Gets subjected to this by Grodd.
  • Nice Guy: He is nothing short of courteous to everybody he interacts with, even towards Grodd!
  • One Steve Limit: Played for laughs. Rip insists on addressing a young Barack Obama as "Barry", causing lots of confusion amongst the team.
  • Young Future Famous People: The first African-American President of the United States whom the Legends meet as a young man.

    Queen Elizabeth II 

Queen Elizabeth II

Species: Human

Played By: Gwenda Lorenzetti

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The Queen of England who the Legends encounter in 1977. She was impersonated by Charlie.


    Mary Anne Constantine 
The late mother of John Constantine whom he meets in 1977.

    Tommy Constantine 
John Constantine's late and estranged father whom he meets in 1977.

1980s

    Dr. Valentina Vostok 
A Soviet scientist and an ally of Vandal Savage.

    Mikhail Arkadin 
A member of the Russian military and an ally of Vandal Savage.

     Bratva 

    Tood Rice / Obsidian 
The sole active member of the Justice Society of America by 1987.

    Sec. Damien Darhk 
A White House official who is secretly a terrorist.

    Prof. Martin Stein 
A young professor who wants to make a name for himself by 1987.
see the Arrowverse: Firestorm page

    Clarissa Stein 
Martin's wife whom Sara meets in 1987.

    Ray Palmer 
Ray Palmer's younger self, who befriended a Dominator in 1988.

    Sandy Palmer 
Ray's very attractive (as Nate puts it) mother.

    David Palmer 
Ray's unseen father.

    Agent Smith 
A high ranking member of the NSA.

1990s

    Mick Rory 
Mick Rory's past self, whom the Legends kidnapped in 1990 shortly after he burned his family home in order to save him from being erased in the timeline by the Pilgrim.
see the Arrowverse: Mick Rory page

    James Jackson 
Jax's late father whom he meets during his own birth before the Legends kidnaps his past self in order to save him from being erased in the timeline. He was later plucked from the timeline by the Pilgrim to be used as a hostage.

    Jefferson Jackson 
Jax as a newborn, whom the Legends kidnap in order to save him from being erased in the timeline by the Pilgrim.

    Prof. Martin Stein 
Martin Stein's middle-aged self whom the Legends meet in 1992 shortly after the present Stein's death.
see the Arrowverse: Firestorm page

    Clarissa Stein 
Martin's wife and Lily's mother.

    Lily Stein 
Martin and Clarissa's young daughter

    John Noble 

John Noble

Species: Human

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

John Noble is an actor who appeared in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King as Denethor, the father of Boromir and Faramir.


    Esi 
Amaya's future daughter and mother of both Kuasa and Mari whom she meets in 1992.

    Kuasa 
Kuasa as a young girl whom her future grandmother Amaya meets in 1992 along with her mother Esi.

    Chad Stephens 
A camp counselor in 1995, or so he wants you to believe.
see the Arrowverse: Mystics page

21st Century

2000s

     Nora Allen 
Barry Allen's late mother killed by Eobard Thawne in March 2000 out of spite. Her murder has been revisited by her future son several times.

     Dr. Henry Allen 
Barry Allen's father framed for the murder of his wife.

     Barry Allen 
The boy who will be known to the world as the Flash, his Arch-Enemy Eobard Thawne traveled to his time as a young boy in an attempt to erase him from existence.

     Dr. Harrison Wells 
The co-founder of S.T.A.R. Labs and the one who will responsible for Barry getting his powers. Eobard Thawne killed him and assumed his identity to speed-up Barry's Super Hero Origin after Eobard lost his own powers following his failed Ret Gone attempt against a younger Barry.
see the Arrowverse: Eobard Thawne page for the man who killed him and assumed his identity

     Dr. Tess Morgan 
Harrison Wells' wife and co-founder of S.T.A.R. Labs. She was killed by Eobard Thawne as collateral damage in his attempt to Kill and Replace her husband.

     Det. Quentin Lance 
Laurel and Sara Lance's father and a detective in Star(ling) City. He was present during the Pilgrim's attempt to assassinate Sara before her Super Hero Origin in 2007 and was later plucked in the timeline by the time master agent to be used as a hostage.

     Sara Lance 
Sara Lance as a young woman before the Queen's Gambit accident, the Legends rescues her in order to save her from being erased in the timeline by the Pilgrim.

2010s

    Dr. Ray Palmer 
Ray Palmer during his acquisition of Queen Consolidated in late 2014. The Legends arrive to rescue him from being erased in the timeline by the Pilgrim.

    Anna Loring 
Ray Palmer's late fiancee who was plucked from the timeline by the Pilgrim before her death in May 2014 to be used as a hostage.

    Clarissa Stein 
Martin Stein's wife plucked from the timeline by the Pilgrim to be used as a hostage.

    Lisa Snart 
Leonard Snart's sister plucked from the timeline by the Pilgrim to be used as a hostage.

    Nora Darhk / "Emily" 
Damien Dahrk's daughter, the Legends visited her to see how Mallus came to her in the events after her father's original death at Oliver Queen's hands in May 2016.

    Dr. Ellen Moore 
Head of Sumner asylum by 2017 and Nora Dahrk's caretaker.


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