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Claude Crane

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"Relax, we do not believe in the harvest of humans. That's why we escaped to your world before the last portal closed."
Played By: Neil Hopkins & Giles Matthey

A brash, cynical faerie, and brother to 17 sisters, including: Claudine, Claudette, Claudia, Claudwina, Claudija and Claudellen. After the death of his sister Claudine, Claude has taken it upon himself to guard and protect her goddaughter Sookie Stackhouse.

  • Advertised Extra: Despite being given regular status for season 5, he doesn't do much except give exposition and is then killed quickly at the beginning of season 6.
  • Alliterative Name
  • The Nth Doctor: When the actor changed from Neil Hopkins to Giles Matthey, Claude explained that faeries can change their appearance at will.
  • The One Guy: Among his sisters. Fairies have many offspring at once, as evidenced by Maurella.
  • Theme Naming: His siblings' names are inter alia Claudette, Claudia, Claudwina, Claudellen, Claudija and Claudine.

Claudine Crane

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Played By: Lara Pulver

A Faerie who states that she, and others like her, had protected and, on occasion, saved Sookie from danger.

  • Theme Naming: Her siblings' names are inter alia Claudette, Claudia, Claudwina, Claudellen, Claudija and Claude.

Claudette Crane

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A faerie and one of Claude Crane's 16 sisters, who gives Sookie insight into what it means to be a faerie.

  • Theme Naming: Her siblings' names are inter alia Claudine, Claudia, Claudwina, Claudellen, Claudija and Claude.

Maurella

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Played By: Kristina Anapau

A mysterious faerie that Andy Bellefleur meets in the woods.

  • Foreshadowing: She's back in season 5, like most fans guessed.
  • La Résistance: She doesn't seem to be an active part of Claude's whole rebel thing, but she's certainly not on Mab's side.

Queen Mab

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Played By: Rebecca Wisocky

A powerful faerie who wants to harvest humans and end travel between worlds.



Faerie Elder

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"As long as we faeries control our light, we will be free."
Played By Erica Gimpel

An ancient and powerful faerie. She is said to have been through many realms, spoken many languages and taken many forms rendering her with an inability to focus at times. It is said that she operates on many frequencies at once and that time has no real meaning to her.

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     Other Part-Human Part-Faeries 

Hadley Hale

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Played by: Lindsey Haun

The cousin of Sookie and Jason Stackhouse and one of Queen Sophie-Anne's human lovers.

  • Saying Too Much: Sookie isn't safe with vampires, because..
    Hadley: They'll kill her just like they killed your parents!
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: She leaves the human world once she finds out what threat vampires pose to fairies. What exactly this threat is, we still do not know, as vampires have been shown to be in control of themselves around fairy/human hybrids.

Corbett Stackhouse

Played By: Jeffrey Nicholas Brown

The son of Earl and Adele Stackhouse, older brother of Linda, and the uncle of Hadley Hale. He married Michelle and they had two children, Sookie and Jason. Like all male members of the Stackhouse family, Corbett was a human/faery hybrid, although he appears to have never manifested any supernatural abilities. He died in the 1990s along with his wife.

Barry Horowitz

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Played By: Chris Coy

A bellboy at the Dallas vampire hotel, the Hotel Carmilla. Sookie discovers that he is also a telepath. He is terrified of anyone learning that he is a telepath, and refuses to communicate with her.

  • Oh, Crap!: When he realizes his secret is out.

Earl Stackhouse

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Played By: Gary Cole

A human/fairy hybrid with telepathic abilities. He lived in Bon Temps, where he married Adele Hale. Adele acknowledged that Earl had strange abilities, crediting him for saving the life of his brother Francis at one occasion, due to Earl knowing things he shouldn't have.

  • Died in Your Arms Tonight: After returning from the faerie dimension, he dies in Sookie's arms.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: He's part of Sookie's faerie bloodline.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Despite knowing something bad would happen to him if he left the faerie dimension, he still pushed them both through to avoid Queen Mab.
  • Rapid Aging: Once he leaves the faerie dimension, he ages a few decades in a couple of hours.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He only turns up in a single episode, although he makes an impression.

The Bellefleur Quadruplets

Played By (As 18-year-olds): Nathalie Dreyfuss, Hannah Kasulka, Jordan Monaghan and Bailey Noble

The offspring of Andy's fling with Maurella, which per fairy tradition he now has to raise on his own.

  • Rapid Aging: By episode 1 of season 6 they're babies. By episode 3 they are pre-teens and by episode 4 they're teenagers.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: #1 - #3, thanks to Jessica's bloodlust.
  • You Are Number 6: Andy hasn't named them yet, so he's using numbers.

    Other Supernaturals 

The Ifrit

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  • Disproportionate Retribution: Depending on your viewpoint for what it's compensating for, it's mission of sneaking up on the guilty ex-military men and their innocent families and agonizingly burn them to death.
  • The Dog Bites Back: The spirit of a woman whose entire family was murdered bites back.
  • Gotta Kill Em All: The mission it has.
  • I Shall Taunt You: At one point, it rears up to kill Terry and Patrick but then just laughs at them. It's very strange.
  • Kill It with Fire: It's preferred method of spreading death and destruction.

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