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The characters of Charmed including the good, the evil, and the mortals. Spoilers beware and may be unmarked.

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  • The Chosen Many: Witches are tasked with protecting mortals from demons.
  • Functional Magic: Witches are born with "basic powers" which are spellcasting, potion making and divination, which includes not only using Ouija boards but also scrying.
  • Superpower Lottery: Like in the original, witches are born with extra powers other than the basic ones. However some witches are luckier than others and if their powers are passive, they usually end up dead.
  • Personality Powers: It seems the extra powers are tailored to the personalities and behaviors of witches.
  • Witch Species: Like the original, witches are born with magic. However there seem to be no "witch practioneers", muggles who rely on Mana Meter to use magic and are not born with active powers.

The Charmed Ones

A trio of sister-witches who are prophesied to possess incredible power and are destined to battle the ruler of Demons and The Underworld, The Source of All Evil.
  • Action Girl: Using their powers or without, the Charmed Ones evolves in this fighting the Evil.
  • Adaptational Badass: Whereas the sisters in the original took half a season to control their powers, Maggie, Mel and Macy learn in a mere episode.
  • Freudian Trio: Impulsive Mel is the Id, logical Macy is the Superego and balanced Maggie is the Ego.
  • Magical Girlfriend: All of three when they are romantically involved with someone
  • Personality Powers: Harry describes Mel's freezing ability as befitting of a control freak and Maggie's telepathy a testament to both her sensitivity and/or deep insecurity. He doesn't mention Macy's power, but that her mastery of it is a result of her high IQ.
  • Race Lift: The Halliwells were white but the Veras are Latina. Macy and Maggie specifically half-Latina, half-black.

     Macy Vaughn 
Played by: Madeleine Mantock

The eldest Vera sister, Macy is a geneticist working at the Hilltowne university lab.

  • Back from the Dead: Macy learns that her parents secretly raised her from the dead as a child.
  • Brainy Brunette: She haves a high IQ. That explain her mastery of telekinesis in the pilot.
  • Came Back Wrong: Due to being brought back from the dead, she now has demon blood in her and fears she will one day turn into a demon.
  • Composite Character: Of Prue and Paige. She is the oldest and the telekinetic of her sisters as Prue was but is also the long-lost half-sister like Paige. But then it turns out she and Maggie share a father, meaning Mel is actually the half-sister to the others.
  • Evil Is Not a Toy: She starts out believing she can use her demonic powers without consequences, and it starts taking control.
  • Mind over Matter: Her primary power. She gains a significant amount of control over it quickly.
  • Mixed Ancestry: Her mother was Latina and her father was black (her actress, Madeleine Mantock, is of Afro-Caribbean and European descent).
  • Science Hero: Macy is able to use her scientific knowledge to understand the biology of certain demons and to exploit their weaknesses in addition with her telekinetic powers.
  • Separated at Birth: Macy only finds out about her sisters when she is 28.
  • Shout-Out: Her head-tilting gesture when using her telekinesis is reminiscent of Carrie.
  • Smart People Know Latin: She translates a Latin inscription on a mirror, noting that she picked it up while learning science.
  • Sufficiently Analyzed Magic: After she gets out of her denial, she starts thinking this way about magic. She nullifies a demon's acid saliva with baking soda after analyzing it, and later admits that she wants to keep studying magic so she can figure out how it works (and win a Nobel prize).
  • Unexpected Virgin: She surprises her sisters by revealing herself as one when they lure a demon hunting virgins. She admits she wanted her first time to be "perfect" and realized that was never going to happen, but was so busy that she never got to do it. She officially loses it to Galvin in "Manic Pixie Nightmare" before he leaves to find a cure for her condition.

     Melanie "Mel" Vera 
Played by: Melonie Diaz

The middle Vera sister, Mel is a women's studies graduate student.

  • Adaptational Badass: When Piper's powers were first unbound, her molecular immobilization was limited to the room she was in. Mel's powers have a much wider range, almost on par with Piper's powers 10 years after she received them (as shown in her trip to the future).
    • To be fair, Mel seems to require much more focus than Piper to keep demons actively frozen.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: While Piper had her series-long romance with Leo, Mel is a lesbian.
  • Amazingly Embarrassing Big Sister: When Maggie won't come with her, she starts giving everyone at Maggie's sorority a lecture on consent, mortifying her into leaving.
  • Badass Gay: She's a lesbian witch who involved in action.
  • Battle Couple: With Jada. They seem to go in this way.
  • Jumped at the Call: She was the first one ready to accept her destiny as a Charmed One.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: After some time with the Sarcana she starts supplementing her powers with plain old punches and kicks. It works well against the witch hunters.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Her recklessness and aggression are her key flaw, and she gets the sisters in trouble several times by leaping before she looks.
  • Like Mother, Like Daughter: Her mother was a women's studies professor.
  • Lipstick Lesbian: She's a lesbian who's conventionally feminine in most respects.
  • Revenge: Out of the three, she's the most eager to avenge their mother's murder.
  • Straw Feminist: She quite militant in her feminism and will accuse others of being sexist for no tangible reason or bring it up out of nowhere. It's mostly Played for Laughs, especially in her interactions with Harry.
  • Time Master: Her main power. It's yet to be seen if it's truly time manipulation or molecular manipulation like Piper's powers, especially since the trailer shows that her powers are much stronger than Piper's were when they first were unbound. Official marketing materials describe her power as "the ability to freeze people or items in space and time...also called Molecular Immobilization." She later learns to accelerate time to make things age quickly, rather than making things explode like Piper did.

     Margarita "Maggie" Vera 
Played by: Sarah Jeffery

The youngest Vera sister, Maggie is a college freshman pledging a sorority.

  • Action Girl: She kicks a demon across the room in the premiere, implying she Fights Like a Normal like Phoebe did.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She's kind but when persons she loves are in danger, she can scare off an upper-level demon.
  • Blessed with Suck: As far as she's concerned, as her power has no direct combat applications and she really doesn't like to know what's in other peoples' heads. It certainly ruins sex.
  • Cute Witch: Maggie is a sweet and pretty witch.
  • Girly Bruiser: She's feminine and can be tough-as-nails with ennemies. More when she obtains the Empathic Staff.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: She originally bemoans that her power is passive and therefore not much help when she's in danger. At least until she learns that she can use it to fuse her own powers and her sisters' together, making her far more powerful.
  • Hidden Depths: She appears to be extremely shallow, focusing on sororities, boys, and clothes, but she's shown a surprising amount of emotional intelligence and empathy even before her powers kicked in, and she's searching for a place to belong after their mother died and Mel grew distant.
  • Interspecies Romance: With Parker, an half-demon.
  • Mixed Ancestry: Macy's father is also Maggie's biological father, so she is also mixed Latina and African American, though she didn't know about the latter until partway through the first season.
  • Power Limiter: Subverted when she tries to wear gloves in hopes not touching people's skin means she won't hear their thoughts. It doesn't work.
  • Skewed Priorities: She's incredibly focused on getting into her sorority even when there's more concerning things going on, something her sisters call her on.
  • Telepathy: A change from the original series where the youngest sister had the power of premonition, Maggie is a telepath.

The Elders and Whitelighters

The Elders are the seeminly rulers of the magical world, or at least rule over witches. They empower and assign whitelighters and spent their time opposing demonic factions.

     Marisol Vera 
Played by: Valerie Cruz

The late Vera sisters' mother who was murdered under mysterious circumstances.

  • Defiant to the End: She spends her last moments of life unbinding her daughters' powers, continuing her spell even as she lies broken on the ground.
  • Doomed by Canon: Much like the original series, the mother's death is what starts the sisters learning of their magic abilities.
  • Face Death with Dignity: When her death is finally shown in full in "Memento Mori", she's already aware that Charity will kill her for unbinding her daughters and forgives her for it, only fighting back to buy herself enough time to complete it.
  • Make It Look Like an Accident: Her death is arranged to look like an accident. Mel doesn't buy it.
  • Seers: Marisol's power is prophecy, though it's unclear exactly how she tells the future.

     Harry Greenwood 
Played by: Rupert Evans

The sisters' Whitelighter.

  • Ambiguously Evil: At the end of the pilot, the girls get a message on a Ouija board, supposedly from their mother, saying he's not to be trusted. This isn't helped when the janitor who got attacked by a blob and was in the hospital had her memory erased by him shortly before her death. However, the second episode reveals that it wasn't their mother at all, but an imposter demon pretending to be her, meaning that this message was likely a lie.
  • Expy: At first glance he appears to fill Leo Wyatt's role in the show, but as a British Deadpan Snarker responsible for training and guiding the younger, more powerful female protagonists, he is far more similar to Rupert Giles.
  • Healing Hands: Emits a white light from his hands that heals injuries. Scar free!
  • The Kindnapper: He first meets the sisters by abducting them and then bringing them to the attic of their own house.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: He had all of his memories of his previous life erased upon becoming a Whitelighter.
  • Memory-Wiping Crew: He's the one who goes around wiping people's memories to keep The Masquerade.
  • My Greatest Failure: He was once the Whitelighter to a witch named Fiona, who trusted the wrong person with her secret and was institutionalized and drugged until she was Driven to Suicide. As a result he's extra protective of the sisters, especially Mel who reminds him of her.
  • Mysterious Past: As he has no memories, although we know he had to do something heroic to get the status. He finally learns that he was a Justified Criminal who robbed banks to save his dying son, eventually got caught, and died in prison.
  • No Social Skills: His idea of how to introduce the Veras to the magical world? Kidnap them and leave them tied up in the attic so he can infodump everything on them, including the real circumstances of their mother's murder, in one fell swoop. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

    Charity Callaghan 

Played By: Virginia Williams

  • Apocalypse Maiden: Events conspire to make her this, purely by accident. All of the Elders need to be dead in order to expose the Source. Since she was de-powered, Kaine overlooks her when he kills them all, but it turns out she still counts as an Elder.
  • Big Good: She is an Elder and the CEO of a business investment company.
  • Dark Action Girl
  • Former Teen Rebel: When Charity was younger she would get into trouble and break the rules. It gives her a certain amount of sympathy for the Charmed Ones.
  • Interspecies Romance: She has a thing for Harry, a Whitelighter.
  • Out, Damned Spot!: Her guilt over killing Marisol leads her to kill other Elders to cover it up.
  • Walking Spoiler: Post "Switches and Stones". She was the one that killed Marisol and the other dead Elders.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: She killed Marisol because she originally thought that awakening the Charmed Ones with one of them corrupted by evil would have apocalyptic consequences.


  • Muggles: The "non-magical" species who remain completely unaware of the supernatural nature of events around them…which can be a bad thing since most Demons see them as playthings at best and food at worst.
  • The Masquerade: Both the Elders and Demons make a point of keeping those who are ignorant of the supernatural ignorant; the Elders utilize Laser-Guided Amnesia or planting misdirecting evidence while Demons go for the direct approach and straight-up murder anyone who gets too close to the truth.

Hilltowne University

     Galvin Burdette 
Played By: Ser'Darius Blain
  • Put on a Bus: He goes on a quest to find the cure for Macy's condition.
  • Secret Keeper: After the Christmas Episode he is this to the sisters.
  • Unfazed Everyman: He's not all that surprised that Macy and her sisters are witches, since he has a grandmother who is a witch. Even if he didn't believe her until he met the Charmed Ones, there was enough weird things happening for him to doubt.

Played By: Charlie Gillespie

Played By: Nick Hargrove
A student that Maggie meets at a Halloween party who were instantly smitten with each other complicated though when it was revealed he was in a relationship with Lucy, Maggie's Kappa Sister. After sharing a kiss, he ends up breaking up with Lucy and Maggie is kicked out of Kappa they start a relationship. But is soon revealed to have some dark secrets of his own...
  • Composite Character: His relationship with Maggie makes him similar to Cole Turner, while his relationship with his family makes him similar to season 1 Victim of the Week Brendan Rowe.
  • Conveniently Coherent Thoughts: Subverted. He's aware Maggie can hear his thoughts and thus thinks what he needs her to hear whenever he touches her, allowing him to manipulate her without her being the wiser.
  • Mr. Fanservice: He gets a few shirtless scenes, in season 1
  • Half-Human Hybrid: He's half-demon, half-human. How this works hasn't been explained, but his father and brother are fully demonic, and his demonic side is causing problems.
  • Living Shadow: Seems to be his main demon power.
  • Interspecies Romance: With Maggie, a witch.

     Angela Wu 
Leah Lewis
Angela was a student at Hilltowne University studying under Prof. Thaine, who was the demon Taydeus, who she accused of sexual harassment before falling into a coma due to a drug overdose. Later the Harbinger of Evil possessed her body and attacked the Charmed Ones, who managed to save the innocent girl by exorcising it the Demon.
  • Ambiguous Situation: Mel was convinced there was something off about the story of Angela overdosing made more complicated by the reveal of Thaine being the demon Taydeus who drained the life essence of women.
  • And I Must Scream: Maggie's accidently hears her scream when she touches her at the hospital.
  • Demonic Possession: Possessed by the Harbinger of Hell, whom is later excorsied by the Charmed Ones.

Played By: Natalie Hall
The president of Kappa Tau Kappa, Lucy recruited Maggie for the sorority in the Pilot and acts as a "big sister" to the young witch. Though there are times where she seems to take advantage of her "favorite pledge."
  • Alpha Bitch: Of the college-sorority-president variety, Lucy often speaks and work to make her organization the best it can be while at the same time comes off as someone who never stopped being the popular girl at high-school.
  • Lovable Alpha Bitch: She seems shallow but is actually kindhearted and caring going so far to banish some guys from kappa for Slut Shaming.
  • False Friend: Her relationship with Maggie comes off this way at times. Despite all the work she puts into joining the sorority and claiming Maggie to be her "favorite", Lucy at times seems to take advantage. Such as subtly threatening to remove Maggie from rush for missing a couple of meetings-instantly changing her tone when the witch finds a place to have a Halloween party.
    • Subverted as of "Kappa Spirit" where we see that Lucy really did see Maggie as a friend and was deeply hurt by her kissing Parker.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Alistair has mind-controlled her and uses her to get to Parker and near the Charmed Ones.
  • Your Cheating Heart: How she treats Parker and Maggie's kiss is the same as someone who caught them in a sordid love affair, despite Maggie greatly regretting it and profusely apologizing.

Played By: Ben Beauchemin
A very disliked student at the university who looks up to Professor Thaine despite the accusations of his behavior who comes into conflict with Mel Vera. He's murdered by the Harbinger for his blood as sustenance and power, not that anyone cared.
  • Asshole Victim: Not a single person would shed a tear for him given his sexist views and not showing an ounce of respect for the late Marisol Vera, calling her death a "reckoning" despite it widely believed to be an accident.
  • Cassandra Truth: The Charmed Ones decide not to erase his memory because of this trope. However he did try to spread the truth through his radio show.
  • A Man Is Not a Virgin: He's revealed to be a virgin which is not all that surprising given what an ass he is. According to Mel, he was an incel (involuntary celibate) which might explain his behavior (alternatively its his behavior that’s the reason he's incel).
  • Death by Secret Identity: He learns about magic and demons at the end of the Pilot episode, specifically that Macy, Mel, and Maggie were witches and intimidated into not saying anything. He's later killed by the Harbinger Demon for his blood with his head literally Stuffed In A Fridge.
     Dr Julia Wagner 
Played By:Rya Kihlstedt
Dr. Julia Wagner is the new lab manager of the Hilltowne University Laboratory. She is the ex-wife of Alastor and mother of Parker Caine.
  • Secret Keeper: She knows about the supernatural world because her ex-husband is a demon.

Hilltowne PD

     Niko Hamada 
Played By: Ellen Tamaki
A cop who's Mel's on-again/off-again girlfriend.
  • Hidden Disdain Reveal: Played for laughs when she's under a truth potion and rants to her fellow cops on the ways they tick her off.
  • Purely Aesthetic Glasses: Spends her first episode and a half with spectacles. Under truth serum, it turns out they're fake and she just wears them "so people take me more seriously."
  • Put on a Bus: A unique example. Fearing that demons will kill Niko because of her connection to Mel, Mel uses a spell to go back in time and prevent her and Niko from ever meeting. While heartbroken erasing their relationship, Mel is happy Niko is now safe.
    • The Bus Came Back: She returns a few episodes later, revealing she still doesn't know Mel but finding herself involved in the girls' lives as she now appears to be a private eye.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: When she finds out about the time spell, she's furious at Mel for meddling in her life without her consent.
  • Your Cheating Heart: Under truth serum, she confesses to Mel that she slept with her ex-fiancee a week before she and Mel got back together. It also turns out she left said fiancee for Mel in the first place.

     Trip Bailey 
Played By: Brendon Zub
Niko's partner on the police force though unlike her, he is willing to look at the sisters' strange behavior especially in light of recent events at the university… sadly it doesn't end well for him.
  • Both Sides Havea Point: While investigating Angela Wu's disappearance and the murders on Halloween, Trip is suspicious of the sisters due to their behavior and conflicting stories while Niko believes they're nervous and wouldn't hurt Angela. The funny thing is their both technically right: the Charmed Ones have who they're looking for up in the attic…only it’s the Harbinger possessing her and the girls spend the whole episode trying to save Angela.
  • Inspector Javert: A sympathetic example, as Trip is a naturally good guy and fine detective who just happens to notice the suspicious behaviors of the Charmed Ones while investigating a series of murders. Tailing them, though, costs him dearly as he's killed by flying debris caused by the exorcism of the Harbinger from Angela Wu.

The Sisters of Arcana

A group of rebel witches that do not follow the rules of the Elders and practise unsanctioned magic.
     Jada Shields 

Played By: Alysse Shannon

Jada Shields is a whitelighter-witch that made her entrance into the lives of the Charmed Ones by stealing the Scythe of Tartarus from them. It was later revealed that she is a member of the S'Arcana and she hopes to recruit Mel Vera into their ranks. She also despises the Elders.
  • Action Girl: She can physically knock out a wicth hunter in a fight.
  • Battle Couple: With Mel. They seem to go in this way.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Half-witch, half-Whitelighter. She received a lot of scorn and hatred for it from the Elders, prompting her to break ranks.
  • La Résistance: She's part of a group of witches that defy the Elders' rules.
  • On the Rebound: For Mel after she loses Niko.
  • Shock and Awe: Her witch power.
     Fiona Callahan 

Played By: Leah Pipes

Charity‘s sister and a former charge of Harry. She was imprisoned in Tartarus by the Elders, that felt intimidated because she befriended the S'Arcana. She was in there for around a decade until Jada freed her with the use of the Scythe of Tartarus. She is the immortal Keeper of the Sacred Flame, the primordial source of all Magic.

The Underworld

The inhabitants of the Underworld, their very nature is to spread evil and create chaos with humanity seen little more than as food and toys.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Some such as the Possessor Demon were upper-level demons in the original series while here they're identified as low in the hierarchy.
  • Demon Lords and Archdevils: Upper-level demons are identified as significantly more powerful and rather than possess humans- they can take human form such as Taydeus.
  • Demonic Possession: Some demons require human hosts, such as the Harbinger or the Possessor, though the case of former is an exception due to it being a trait commonly associated with low-level demons
  • The Underworld: The realm where Demons come from, it's presumably not a pleasant place given its residents.


     The Source of All Evil 
Played By: Unknown
Ruler of the Underworld and the most powerful demon, it’s the Charmed Ones' destiny to fight him but should they fail will mark the end of the world.
  • Big Bad: The arch-enemy of the Charmed Ones, the Ruler of the Underworld, and the world's most powerful demon.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: He's the Big Bad of Season 1 according to Word of God and many demons who go after the Charmed Ones usually do so either to ensure his rising and victory.
  • The Dreaded: Naturally as his rising marks The End Ofthe World As We Know It and every demon works to rule bring it about. The Elders for their part put every effort can make to prevent it.

Upper-Level Demons

     Taydeus/ Professor Warner Thaine 
Played By: Robert Pine
A powerful ice-demon who disguised himself as a famous and respected professor at Hilltowne University, an upper-level demon being the first the Charmed Ones face and vanquish.
  • An Ice Person: A powerful demon of ice whose true form is blue, covered in icicles and frost. His very presence can bring the temperature of the room down to the point of causing it to become covered in ice.
  • Dirty Old Man: His human guise as Warner Thaine was at the center of a scandal involving several female students who accused him of sexual harassment including a suspension. Women were also his choice of victims when stealing the life forces of humans.
  • Evil Cripple: Warner Thaine was an old man bound to a wheelchair and had by the beginning of the series had sexually harassed several of his students. Subverted as the wheelchair is just a part of his human façade, the fact he's a demon definitely means he's evil though.
  • Foil: He and Marisol Vera were both professors at Hilltowne University with hidden, supernatural, identities but their roles couldn't be more different. Marisol encouraged and protected her students while Taydeus/Thaine sexually harassed several women and drained them of their life force. Him being an upper-level demon and later episodes revealing Marisol being an Elder essentially made them Evil Counterpart & Good Counterpart to each other respectfully.
  • Life Drinker: His immortality comes from draining the life energy from his victims, his typical MO being women.
  • Not Me This Time: The night of Marisol's death, Maggie and Mel noted it to be extremely cold in the manor when they found their mother. Initially his ice powers made him the prime subject but his final breathe was to mock the Charmed Ones for thinking he was responsible.

     Alaister Kaine 
Played By: Craig Parker
The CEO of Morningstar Biotech, a research corporation that's begun to fund the Hilltowne University labs which include the one Macy works in. Well-respected for his work, in reality he's a powerful leader within the Demonic hierarchy with a yet-unrevealed agenda.
  • Abusive Parents: Doesn't get much worse than poisoning your own son to make him come back to you.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: The well-respected CEO of Morningstar Biotech, a major genetics corporation with the twist being he's in reality a powerful Demon.
  • Demon Lords and Archdevils: Implied to be an upper-level Demon given he was introduced the same episode as Charity, an Elder.
  • Faux Affably Evil: His interactions with the Charmed Ones reeks of this, taunting Maggie about her and Parker's relationship and her relatively useless powers.
  • Foil: To the Elder Charity, made more obvious since they were introduced the same episode. Both are high ranking members of their respective sides both magically and in the corporate world. Charity's corporation is about bettering the world and empowering women while Caine uses his company to help himself and the demonic forces.
  • Meaningful Name: If the audience didn't already know he was evil beforehand, the fact he's the head of Morningstar Biotech was a dead-giveaway one of the names for the Devil. There's also the fact his last name is Kaine, as in the killer of Abel and the world's first murderer
    • Ironic Name: Incidentally "Alaister" means 'Man's Defender' and when it comes to a name for a demon, it doesn't get more ironic than that.
  • Mythology Gag: A Shapeshifter Demon named Alaister made an appearance in the original Charmed as a spy for The Source, though he took the form of objects and was disposed by his master after being caught.
  • Not Me This Time: While something demonic was responsible for the death of Marisol Vera and the other Elders that were murdered-it wasn't him or those under his command and even he's unaware of who's responsible.
  • Try to Fit THAT on a Business Card!: As a higher level demon he's got quite a few titles. Macy stabs him with a nearby knife before he gets through all of them.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: When Macy meets Alaister, she starstruck as he's well respected and brilliant member of her field unawares that he's actually one of the many Demons she and her sister must battle.

Played By: Constantine Rousouli
A demonic assassin and Shapeshifter Demon, he was sent to eliminate any evidence of the supernatural connected to the deaths of Marisol and the other Elders under orders of Alaister Kaine. The end of his debut episode Other Women revealed his true mission was to obtain the blood of the Elders for some unknown purpose as well as being Kaine's son.
  • Adaptational Badass: Zigzaged between this and Adaptational Wimp combined with Adaptational Name Change. In the original series, “Chameleon Demons” were lower-level and mainly acted as spies for more powerful members of the evil hierarchy, taking the form of anyone or anything. The new series’ Shapeshifter Demons such Hunter need to touch a person to take their form but are regarded as extremely successful, effective, and much feared assassins.
  • Came Back Strong: After he comes back from Tartarus he's much more powerful than before, easily killing Elders and warding off the Charmed Ones' attacks.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He's genuinely supportive of his half-human brother Parker, encouraging him to be more evil and reassuring him that he's fully demon at the core, and defending him against their father when he goes too far.
  • Forthe Evulz: He desecrated Trip’s grave to take his form both to screw with Nikko and laughs.
  • I Am Very British: His attempt at imitating Harry consists of using every British slang word he can think of. Maggie immediately sees through it.
  • Meaningful Name: A member of a species of Demon known to be unstoppable assassins named “Hunter.” His father must have had some serious foresight when picking it.
  • The Dreaded: Shapeshifter Demons are very much feared and for good reason; they not only are highly effective assassins, but according to Harry, they also never stop until their mission is complete.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: As a Shapeshifter Demon he can take the form of anyone replicating it right down to their voice. This makes him, and those like him, effective assassins and agents with the trade-off is the need to physically touch the person in question.

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