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Here are some character biographies for fanfiction I’ve envisioned.

Brigadier General Alexander Lavelle “Xander” Harris, US Army (LDO) Edit

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Alexander Lavelle “Xander” Harris is the main character of The Network, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer franchise portrayed by Nicholas Brendon.

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The leader and founder of the Network, Xander Harris began fighting the forces of darkness at the age of 16, and created the Network at 17.  Possessing the animal-like senses of an Alpha Male hyena, the skills and memories of an Army Sergeant First Class who fought in Desert Storm, and the remnants of shark and other fish DNA from laced steroids given to him by his swim coach junior year, Xander was successful in leading his senior class against Mayor Wilkins III and avert an apocalypse.  Recognized for his determination, valor, and leadership by the United States Government, he was granted the rank of Brigadier General (limited duty) in the Army and awarded the Medal of Honor.

The father of a baby girl, Xander earns his keep as a construction worker and carpenter, both jobs he excels at, and spends all of his free time with his daughter.  He and his girlfriend/fiancée/wife, Cordelia, live in the best two-bedroom condo in Sunnydale, where they also keep an eye on the Hellmouth.  While working with the United States Air Force on a classified case of national (and global) security, Xander learned that his mother had a drunken one-night-stand with a Captain Jack O’Neill, USAF, whom she never saw again, who in actuality was his birth father.  This familial connection has only strengthened over time.  It was that strength, given to him by Jack, Cordelia, and Jessie, that allowed him to testify against his father, Tony Harris, for all of the abuse he suffered at the older drunk’s hands, most notably the loss of his eye.

Alexander Lavelle “Xander” Harris, GM, Insp., HSI (resigned, 2015), the One-Who-Sees Edit

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Alexander Lavelle “Xander” Harris is the main character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer franchise portrayed by Nicholas Brendon.

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The heart and soul of the Scooby Gang, Xander Harris, born December 9, 1980, was irrevocably changed by the destruction of Sunnydale – he lost his hometown, numerous friends and acquaintances, his parents (although that was not a particularly big loss, it was still a loss), his (ex-) fiancée, and his eye. He spent ten months in Africa for Giles and the newly-reformed International Council of Slayers and Watchers, before returning to Cleveland, where he was relegated to the groups “man-bitch”. After three weeks, he was fed up, and in the aftermath of an altercation with Buffy (during which she insulted the woman at the bar he was chatting up and implied that one of the Slayers could satisfy any urge he might have), he took a leave of absence from the Council and struck out on his own.

While things eventually cooled down between him and the other Scoobies, Xander became a traveling field Watcher, building his own team of Slayers and support staff that worked with the ICSW, not for it, known as the Harris Cabal (aka the Harris Harem, due to the fact most of the Cabal was made up of women, with Xander as the leader). When not on the road, Xander has made his home in Hell’s Kitchen, New York, residing in a high-rise apartment at 301 West 53rd Street (the apartment previously belonged to legendary ex-NYPD Detective Lennie Briscoe, who passed away in 2005). In addition, he has his own room at the Giles estate in Bath, Somerset, England, as well as access to the guest room of Buffy’s, Willow’s and Dawn’s residences.

Some of the Slayers attached to the Harris Cabal over the years include Lucy Kinkirk, Carmen Cortez, Xiulan Kamiya, Lindsay Jordan, Amira Mahmoud, Amanda Roberts, Ashley Baker, and Courtney Johnson, along with Faith Lehane who works with the Cabal whenever she’s in the area. He was also the Watcher of Ashleigh Young, a Vampire Slayer who died defeating a Master Vampire in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina, Natasha Taylor, a USMC brat who was killed in 2007 by a demon who’d gotten the drop on her, Brittany Clarke, who’s 6-month career as a Slayer ended tragically in – of all things – a car crash, and Emily Garrett, a former prostitute who had turned her life around and was murdered by an alternate version of Angelus during the breakdown of the multiverse in 2011. Since 2011, Xander has also partnered up with Dr. Dawn Summers, Buffy’s younger sister and now a fully-fledged Watcher, and her Slayer, Ally Wheeler, on multiple occasions.

Shortly after the establishment of the Harris Cabal, Xander was visited by the one and only Count Dracula, who came to New York City to request (i.e. demand) Xander’s help. It turned out that Dracula had lost his super-vampire powers in a card game and now wanted Xander to help him get them back. While reluctant to help his “master”, Xander understood the danger of other vampires having Dracula’s powers and so, with his Vampire Slayers Lucy, Ashleigh, and Carmen at his back, Xander and Dracula fought side-by-side to return Dracula’s powers to their rightful owner and vanquish the vampires who’d taken them. After that, Xander and the Count have been called “frenemies” by Xander’s protégés.

Due to his close relationship with the US Government (re: he’s the only member of the Scooby Gang who can play nice with American politicians and military brass), Xander was made a Special Agent of Homeland Security Investigations, with all of the responsibilities and privileges therein, in 2005 (after completing the mandatory 56-day training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia); he was promoted to the rank of Inspector in 2011. In his capacity as a Homeland Security Inspector, Xander investigates various crimes committed by Hostile Sub-Terrestrials (the official US designation for demons), and usually works with Xiulan, who, at the age of 21, joined the Department of Homeland Security as a HSI agent. In 2012, Xander used his government connections to wrangle an invitation to Naval Station Norfolk in Virginia to attend the decommissioning ceremony of the U.S.S. Enterprise (CVN-65); during this momentous occasion, he was introduced to and got to salute and shake the hand of the Enterprise’s captain and Command Master Chief.

One of his first acts as a HSI agent was to assist his newfound friends and allies – Liz, Max, and Isabel Evans, Michael Guerin, Maria DeLuca, and Kyle Valenti – return home to Roswell, New Mexico after being on the run for over three years by getting them placed under the jurisdiction of the Department of Homeworld Security. He also worked with the government to create a special kind of ammunition for his bullets that would be effective against the forces of darkness. Working together, they were successful; although the “demon killer ammo” was originally designed for a .45 ACP round (Xander’s preferred weapon), they were later able to incorporate .380 ACP, 9×19mm, .40 S&W, and even .38 Special and FN 5.7×28mm rounds with their DKA.

In 2006, Xander was called in to assist Major Riley Finn and his HST Combat Unit in his capacity as a HSI agent when they nearly started a war with an organization of both hostile and non-hostile demons. With Xander and his Cabal as mediators, both sides were able to walk away relatively unscathed. However, this brought him into conflict with Riley, who has very different beliefs than him when it comes to “hostile sub-terrestrials”, and their friendship has yet to fully recover. It was during this time he engaged in a brief relationship with Riley’s Staff Judge Advocate, Captain Susan Cambridge.

A few months later, Xander was forced to take action against a rogue Vampire Slayer in Dallas. Despite his best efforts to get her to stop abusing her powers (her most heinous act was to knock over a bank), Xander, backed by Captain Cordell Walker and the Texas Rangers of Company “B”, was forced to shoot her dead. Her dying look of contempt for being killed by normal mortals haunted Xander for many months, which led to more than one all-night drinking binge during that time.

On New Year’s Eve just prior to 2007, Xander and his Cabal journeyed to San Francisco to prevent a demonic Ascension set for midnight on the New Year. While there, they ran afoul of the Charmed Ones – Piper and Phoebe Halliwell and Paige Matthews – who were also looking to stop the impending end of the world. While the Charmed Ones were not convinced that a mortal such as Xander, even with five Vampire Slayers by his side, could succeed without their help (even after discovering that he’d played a hand in defeating the last Ascension attempt in 1999), he was able to prove them wrong; in fact, it was his bullet (albeit one of his special demon killer bullets) that injured the wannabe Big Bad from Ascending into a pure demon (unlike Mayor Wilkins, this guy didn’t cast an invulnerability spell) long enough for his Slayers to pump him full of lead. Having earned a little respect from the Charmed Ones, Xander was able to establish a friendly acquaintanceship with the three most powerful witches on West Coast. Since then, the Cabal and the Charmed Ones have consulted from time to time, and Paige took on the duties of whitelighter to Xander and his Cabal.

In 2008, Xander was passing through LA when he saved the life of Chelsea Brown, a pornographic actress who was born in Sunnydale. Xander recognized Chelsea from her videos, and she recognized him from Sunnydale (he’d previously saved her life in the summer of 2002). The two got to talking, and they eventually began a relationship. However, it was not meant to be, and they broke up. Nevertheless, Chelsea remains a friend and a member of the Harris Cabal, and the two of them have had occasional one-night stands since then.

Since their first meeting, Xander and Jack O’Neill have become friends. Shortly after Jack’s promotion to Lieutenant General in 2009, the two spent a Saturday at Jack’s cabin in Minnesota fishing, drinking beer, and swapping stories. However, since both Xander and Jack individually are trouble magnets, by putting them together everybody knew something was going to happen…and happen it did. Their relaxing day turned into escape from the captivity of a minor Goa’uld, who sought to make a name for himself by killing the legendary Jack O’Neill. Working together like they were longtime comrades, Xander and Jack were able to kill the Goa’uld, highjack the ha’tak (which Jack finally got to name the Homer Simpson), and fly it back to Earth. A few years later, Xander attended Jack’s retirement party/the annual Christmas party at Stargate Command.

In 2009, Xander met Maureen Stabler, a 24-year-old social worker, when he petitioned the court for custody of Amanda Roberts, a 12-year-old orphan who happened to be a Vampire Slayer. Maureen and Xander hit it off, but after a month of dating, they decided they were better off being just friends (later upgraded to friends-with-benefits and then a return to exclusivity). In 2010, he and Maureen had a pregnancy scare; upon learning that she wasn’t pregnant, both Xander and Maureen were equal parts relieved and disappointed.

In 2010, Xander was investigated by the NYPD’s Special Victims Unit when he was assaulted and his ward, Amanda, was kidnapped. Fortunately, the case was quickly wrapped up as Amanda was able to resist and then subdue her attacker; although some of the police officers involved in investigating Xander – who felt he was “hinky” – were disappointed to be pulled off the case, it was closed because the victim was alive and the perpetrator in custody.

A few weeks later, Xander was wounded in an assassination attempt; while on a double date with Maureen and her parents, Elliot and Kathy Stabler, an assassin threw a grenade into the restaurant they were eating at. Xander took the brunt of the explosion, but between his body armor and his protective amulet, he only suffered multiple broken ribs, a concussion, and temporary hearing loss. Meanwhile, the ICSW (particularly the Harris Cabal) was outraged, while the NYPD considered it an attack on a police officer, leading both sides to launch an immediate manhunt for the assassin. In the end, the assassin committed suicide to prevent being taken alive. It took him almost a month to return to top fighting form.

In the aftermath of Sunnydale’s destruction, Xander’s relationship with both Buffy and Willow began to deteriorate – Xander felt that the power they wielded had begun to corrupt them, while Buffy and Willow felt guilty that Xander (the normal one) had lost his eye and that they needed to protect him from anything and everything supernatural. Fortunately, Willow missed her Xander-shaped best friend too much to stay mad at him for too long, and repaired their friendship within a year of their breakup; it took Buffy longer, but after she began turning her life around, she and Xander were able to reconcile. By 2010, the three core members of the Scooby Gang were close friends again, and the Harris Cabal began working much closer with the ICSW.

In 2011, the barriers between the multiverse began to weaken, resulting in various crossovers and upsetting the Grand Design. Xander was selected by both Higher and Lower Beings to travel to a few other universes to try and figure out exactly what was going on. Having lost one of his charges to a version of Angelus from an alternate-universe (one where he never received his soul in 1898), Xander was more than happy to investigate. He was given a special pendant courtesy of D’Hoffryn, Master of the Vengeance Demons, that would allow him to transport between various universes.

His first stop was the universe from which Angelus came. While there wasn’t much he could do about the multiverse from there, he did assist the Vampire Slayer of that universe in avenging the death of his Slayer. He spent a few days in a few other timelines, before finally locating one that was having the same problems with unwelcome crossovers.

In this universe, Buffy Summers never moved to Sunnydale in 1997. Instead, she went on to have an illustrious career as a traveling Slayer until she failed her Cruciamentum test on her 18th birthday and met her end at the hands of Zachary Kralik. Meanwhile, back in Sunnydale, the Master completed the Harvest ritual and escaped captivity, which allowed the Order of Aurelius to conquer the town. However, the Master’s reign was a short one as he and his most trusted minions, including Darla and Luke, were all stabbed in the back by a group of recently-turned fledglings. With the Order dismantled, life in Sunnydale seemed to return to normal…

When Xander arrived in this reality, he was shocked by the way things turned out for his hometown, even more so than he was in the five previous alternate universes he’d visited – his counterpart was the owner and operator of the Bronze, with Larry Blaisdell as his head bouncer and Harmony Kendall as his secretary; Willow was the high school principal; Tara Maclay ran the joint public and high school library; Kyle DuFours worked at the Sunnydale Zoo; Devon MacLeish and Oz walk a beat together on the Sunnydale PD; and Cordelia had just been re-elected Mayor of Sunnydale for the third consecutive time.

Xander quickly learned that this universe was the epicenter of the multiversal disturbances. It turns out that those “recently-turned fledglings” that overthrew the Master were all members of Sunnydale High School Class of ’99. Between him, Willow, and Cordelia, they refused to bow to the Master and orchestrated a coup d’état. Xander himself killed the Master while wearing the Gem of Amara, which had been located in a tomb that had been uncovered during the Master’s escape during the Harvest and granted him increased powers and invulnerability to all vampiric weaknesses. After the coup was complete, he gave the ring to Willow and her witch friend Amy in an effort to duplicate the ring’s effects as they finished high school and then took over the town.

In the years that had passed, Willow had learned how to wield magic as a vampire, and the multiversal disturbances were being caused by her attempt to quench her ever-growing thirst for more magic, more power, and more knowledge. Going against his better instincts, Xander negotiated with his counterpart – in exchange for force-feeding Willow a power-stripping potion (which would prevent any further degradation of the multiverse but still allow her to live), Xander agreed to provide him with information regarding his universe, including but not limited to names of Vampire Slayers (or potential Slayers in this universe), powerful magical practitioners such as the Charmed Ones, and notes on various Higher or Lower Beings. Xander returned to his universe with the knowledge that while he may have just saved the entire multiverse, that particular universe would be under the sociopathic rule of his counterpart.

Upon his return, he gave a full briefing about his multiversal travels to the ICSW and his own team, who were all as shocked as he was about their own and/or their friends and acquaintances’ counterparts.

In 2012, Xander and most of his Cabal attended the memorial service for Solak of the Miquot Clan, Dawn’s boyfriend who’d been murdered by a racist demon hunter.

In 2013, Xander, Buffy, and Willow organized the Sunnydale 10-year reunion, designed to serve as both a high school reunion and a memorial to the town and everybody they lost. His entire group attended the event to support their leader and remember the fallen. Later that year, he and many members and associates of the Cabal, including Lucy, Ruthie, Savannah, Carmen, Cody, Xiulan, Lindsay, Amira, Amanda, Steve, Dawn, Ally, Chelsea, and Maureen all attended George Strait’s sold-out Cowboy Rides Away concert at Madison Square Garden. Also that year, Amanda, now 16, sued the New York Family Court for emancipation on the grounds that she was now old enough and mature enough to no longer need Xander to be her legal guardian.

On May 20, 2015, Xander was grief-stricken when Giles, his mentor and father-figure of the past 20 years, suffered a heart attack and passed away at the age of 61. Having been informed by Giles’ passing by a sobbing Andrew Wells, Xander elected to spare the geek the unfortunate duty of notifying the rest of the Scooby Gang and the ICSW at large. He later learned that Giles had named him his successor as head of the International Council of Slayers and Watchers, and he took over from Robin Wood, who had served as the interim head of the Council.

Upon taking the position of head of the ICSW, Xander tendered his resignation from Homeland Security, due to both his new duties and the potential conflict of interest.

Personal life Edit

Xander’s usual clothing style consists of comfortable blue jeans and tank-tops and t-shirts under casual button-down shirts, with Army Combat Boots, and occasionally body-armor under his shirts. He owns a couple cheap suits, a single very expensive suit, and a tuxedo for special occasions, along with a set of Army BDUs. He generally wears an Omega Seamaster wristwatch, a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses, and a groin-protection cup, and uses a Samsung Galaxy smartphone. He used to drive a Pepsi-blue 2001 Ford F-150 pickup truck (a gift/severance package from his old construction company he’d received in the aftermath of the destruction of Sunnydale and the loss of his eye) until it was destroyed in 2011; he replaced it with a brand-new silver 2010 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor.

After graduating from high school, Xander attempted to go on a cross-country road trip inspired by Jack Kerouac’s On the Road, but he never made it past Oxnard. Since the destruction of Sunnydale, he has accomplished his dream of visiting all 50 states (although he didn’t drive to all of them), and has also stepped foot on all seven continents (including one very memorable trip to Antarctica).

Those who knew him in high school would be shocked by the four side-by-side bookcases filled with books that line a wall of his apartment. Those who knew him well would not be surprised that about two and a half of the four bookcases contained comic books, science-fiction/fantasy literature, Tom Clancy novels, and even a few “male magazines”, and the rest of the third bookcase had various carpentry and construction books. Those who considered him a close friend, however, like the Scooby Gang, were flummoxed by the fact that he had three of the bookcase’s six shelves filled with books on military history and strategy, and the remaining bookcase had books of no particular genre or theme, including $20 copies of The Complete Works of William ShakespeareThe Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, and The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy from Barnes & Noble. Even more surprising would be the fact that not only had he read those books, but that they had been thoroughly thumbed-through. On top of the bookcases rested models of the U.S.S. Enterprise (NCC-1701), the U.S.S. Enterprise (CV-6), the Titanic, and the Millennium Falcon. A few other “collectible” action figures from various sci-fi and fantasy shows decorated the room. He is a regular patron at Midtown Comics, coming in once every month or so to pick up the latest comic books and graphic novels.

Romantic relationships Edit

While he could never be described as a womanizer, Xander has had his fair share of love interests, girlfriends and lovers, including but not limited to Buffy, the girl of his dreams in high school, Natalie French, a substitute teacher at Sunnydale High who turned out to be a giant virgin-killing praying mantis demon, Ampata Gutierrez, an Incan mummy girl, Cordelia Chase, his high school rival-turned-sweetheart, Willow Rosenberg, his best friend who once upon a time nursed a giant crush on him, Faith who, back in 1999, took his virginity, Anya Jenkins, an ex-Vengeance Demon who he left at the alter and who later died during the Battle of Sunnydale, Dawn, who’s had a crush on him since childhood and once seduced him into her bed not long after her 18th birthday, Lissa, a demon working for the First Evil, Kelly Gaines, a detective with the Cleveland PD with whom Xander had a one-night stand with in 2004, Susan Cambridge, a JAG officer attached to Riley Finn’s HST Combat Unit, Ziva David, a Mossad Liaison Officer to NCIS that he spent a weekend with, Chelsea Brown, a pornstar born and raised in Sunnydale, and Maureen Stabler. He’s often been teased for being a “demon-magnet”, as many of his love interests have been supernatural or evil or both. In addition, he’s both a gentleman and a chauvinist, despite working with a bunch of females that could easily break him into pieces. While dating and later engaged to Anya, Xander became a Viking in the sack (and Anya was originally from Scandinavia and married to a literal Viking, so she knows what she’s talking about!).

Since his trip through the multiverse in 2011 (and even before that with his and Maureen’s pregnancy scare a few months earlier), Xander has been giving thought to settling down and starting a family. Having seen alternate versions of himself who are fathers led him to do some soul searching to determine if he even wanted to be a father some day.

Education and employment Edit

Unlike his friends (and many of his older charges), Xander never went to college, but instead entered the work force upon graduating high school; however, what he lacks in traditional education he makes up for in practical, hands-on experience. Over the years, he’s had many jobs, including dishwasher, male stripper, food vendor, phone-sex operator, pizza deliveryman, bartender, and construction worker/carpenter (the last of which he held until the destruction of Sunnydale and the loss of his eye).

Since 2003, he’s been employed as a Senior Field Watcher for the International Council of Slayers and Watchers, where he earns $100,000 a year, in addition to medical, dental, travel and hazard pay when applicable. He was asked to attend the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia, in order to become a certified federal agent with Homeland Security Investigations in 2005. In 2006, after helping out Major Riley Finn and his HST Combat Unit, Xander was invited to attend United States Army Ranger School at Fort Benning; upon completion, he was presented with the Ranger Tab.

In 2015, after the death of Rupert Giles, Xander was appointed head of the International Council of Slayers and Watchers, which necessitated his resignation from Homeland Security.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

While Xander has no inherit magical abilities or superpowers unlike the rest of the Scooby Gang (leading everyone to underestimate him), he is “the one that sees everything”, including his friends’, his allies’, and his enemies’ flaws and strengths, more clearly than anyone else simply because no one was looking at him. It was this ability – his insight, empathy, and understanding – was what prompted Caleb to take Xander’s eye. He is also a reluctant linguist; besides speaking fluent (albeit Californian American) English, Xander can speak, read, and write some Spanish, French, Arabic, Swahili, and snippets of a few others, along with Klingon. While attending FLETC, Xander took the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale (5th edition) test that measured his IQ at 115, which is considered high average intelligence.

Like all members of his Cabal, Xander carries a firearm – in his case, a two-toned Colt MK IV Series 80 Combat Elite in .45 ACP, with a blued Walther PPK/S in .380 ACP as his backup weapon (with both regular and his specially-made “demon killer ammo”), as well as a USMC Ka-Bar combat knife. Thanks to his friendship with Lt. Gen. Jack O’Neill, Xander is also the proud yet secret owner of a zat’nik’tel, or zat gun, a weapon used by the Goa’uld and their Jaffa and has since been appropriated by Stargate Command personnel; he was also found by the SGC to possess the ATA-gene which would enable him to utilize Ancient technology (if he had any). He is an excellent tactician and marksman, and has knowledge of military training, tactics, codes, etc., due to his possession by Master Sergeant Alexander Harris, a Special Ops soldier who served in the Vietnam War, on Halloween 1997 (although the skills atrophied until he recovered them after Sunnydale was destroyed). During his time with the Scooby Gang (and later the ICSW), Xander was made a Watcher by Giles, despite the fact that he had no formal training. In 2006, Xander learned of a magical tattoo that prevents them from being fed on by vampires and renders them immune to the most basic magical spells and potions; he immediately went out and got one on his right bicep and insisted on all of his charges getting one as well.

Xander is also notorious for defying prophecy, resolving many, avoiding some, and even outright thwarting a few. His knack for defying prophecy began in high school when he resuscitated Buffy after she drowned while fighting the Master.

Injuries and illnesses Edit

Xander has numerous scars and injuries, most notably the one eye (the other was gouged out by Caleb days before the destruction of Sunnydale) with a scar beneath it and a large scar on his chest from a claw attack. He’s also had concussions, broken bones, been stabbed, shot, cut, burned, blown up, and bitten by vampires, all of which he’s recovered from.

In addition to his physical injuries suffered over the years, Xander has also been a victim of post-traumatic stress disorder and survivor’s guilt. This was especially prevalent in the aftermath of Sunnydale’s destruction and aggravated by his first time taking human lives in Africa. He finally recovered after separating from the ICSW and forming the Harris Cabal. His PTSD resurfaced in 2006 after being forced to kill a rogue Vampire Slayer.

Awards and decorations Edit

Xander is a recipient of the following awards:

  • Presidential Citizens Medal – Awarded in 2005 by the President of the United States for “exemplary deeds or services performed for his or her country or fellow citizens” for his actions in Sunnydale (including the prevention of the apocalypse)
  • George Medal – Awarded in 2005 by the Queen of England for “…acts of great bravery” for his actions in Sunnydale (including the prevention of the apocalypse)
  • National Intelligence Exceptional Achievement Medal – Awarded for providing crucial intelligence to the US Intelligence Community regarding an African warlord who was looking to use magic to rule over the entire continent
  • Joint Civilian Service Achievement Award – Awarded to him by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs for his contribution to the creation of the demon killer ammunition used by soldiers to protect themselves and the people they protect from hostile sub-terrestrials
  • Ranger tab – Awarded in 2006 upon completion of the United States Army Ranger School at Fort Benning

Kill count Edit

Xander is regarded as the best non-magical human to fight against the forces of darkness of his generation, with over 15 years “in the field” and hundreds of vampires, scores of demons, and 13 human kills under his belt. He killed his first three humans in Africa – he came across a group of mercenaries who were gunning for a Slayer he was tracking and was forced to use lethal force to defend himself. He has since killed human criminals, magic-users, and, unfortunately, a rogue Vampire Slayer who refused to be rehabilitated.

Alternate versions Edit

In one of the alternate universes Xander visited in 2011, Xander retired from the Good Fight after the fourth and final death of Buffy and the destruction of Sunnydale in 2003. Since then, he has worked his way up the corporate ladder at a multinational construction company culminating in his current position of Vice President-in-Charge of Projects and Planning. This Xander lives in San Francisco with his wife, Dawn Harris (née Summers), and their two children, Jesse Rupert Harris (b. 2006) and Joyce Elizabeth Summers (b. 2008).

In another alternate universe, Xander married Anya as planned in 2002, but she tragically died in childbirth some ten months later. Subsequently, Xander is raising their daughter, Jessica Harris, as a single father in Sunnydale. He still hangs out with and assists the Scooby Gang against the Forces of Darkness, but his top priority is his daughter.

In another alternate universe, things were practically the same except for one thing – Xander was gay. He came out in high school, dating the school quarterback Larry Blaisdell. The two were both named Homecoming King in 1998, much to their surprise. Tragically, Larry lost his life on Graduation Day at the tail of Mayor Wilkins. Almost a year later, Xander found love with 1st Lieutenant Graham Miller, one of the soldiers of the Initiative, although they kept it on the down low due to the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy. When Graham’s close friend and immediate superior, Captain Riley Finn, discovered the affair, he ordered Graham to end it, lest he be dishonorably discharged from the Army. Graham refused and instead resigned his commission, but after breaking up with Xander some six months later, Riley was able to get him reinstated to his team. Since then, there have been a few relationships, but for the most part, Xander focused on fighting the Good Fight.

In another alternate universe, Xander is a sociopathic vampire who, along with his friends and classmates, took over Sunnydale in the late ’90s while still in high school after literally stabbing (actually, staking) the Master in the back. In the vein of all evil-universe counterparts, Xander has a meticulous goatee. He is the owner & operator of the Bronze, and is a member (if not the boss) of every organized crime racket in Sunnydale. He is also a regular harem master, with a number of women at his beck and call for sexual relations from the MILFs in their 40s suffering from midlife crises to high school girls looking to explore their burgeoning sexuality. Xander teamed up with his reluctant counterpart in order to force-feed Willow a power-stripping potion after she endangered the fabric of the multiverse in exchange for with information regarding his universe, including but not limited to names of Vampire Slayers (or potential Slayers in this universe), powerful magical practitioners such as the Charmed Ones, and notes on various Higher or Lower Beings.

Reverend Lucy Joanne Camden-Kinkirk, M.A., the Vampire Slayer Edit

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Reverend Lucy Joanne Camden-Kinkirk is a major character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on 7th Heaven by Beverley Mitchell.

Biography Edit

Born on June 22, 1983, Lucy Camden-Kinkirk was a newlywed (and pregnant) 21-year-old minister-in-training from Glen Oak, California, a small town on the opposite side of Los Angeles from Sunnydale when she was Called as the Slayer, and found and trained by Xander Harris.  Her life’s plan was all ready for her – follow in her father’s footsteps at the Church, and live happily ever after with her husband, daughter, and (God willing) any other children she might have in the future.

Although nothing happened for nearly a year (beside some broken doorknobs and too-tightly screwed on jars) after being Called, Lucy’s entire life changed when she met Xander in April 2004.  Xander told her about her Calling, and began training her to use her powers to protect the innocent.  As an ordained minister, Lucy serves as the de facto Chaplain of the Harris Cabal, engaging in religious services, spiritual debates, and moral counseling with other members of both the Cabal and the ICSW, as well as blessing the Holy Water.  Also, as the oldest Slayer in the Cabal, Lucy is often deferred to as Xander’s 2nd-in-Command. 

Unfortunately, becoming the Vampire Slayer and coming to work for the International Council of Slayers and Watchers put a strain on Lucy’s marriage to Kevin Kinkirk, a Glen Oak PD officer, who between his wife’s newfound physical and even emotional strength and his own natural chauvinism, eventually divorced her after 3+ years of marriage.  She and Kevin share joint custody of their daughter, Savannah.  Lucy’s status as a Slayer also damaged her relationship with her mother, leading to the two of them (and the rest of the Camden family) not to discuss Lucy’s vocation with each other.

In 2005, she presided over the memorial service for her friend and teammate Ashleigh Young, the Vampire Slayer who gave her life to stop New Orleans’ Master Vampire during Hurricane Katrina; she also did the same for Tasha Taylor and Brittany Clark after their deaths.

Lucy accompanied Xander when he was forced to team up with the legendary vampire, Count Dracula, in order to vanquish a vampire who’d won the Count’s super-vampire powers in a card game.  Along with her sister-Slayers Ashleigh Young and Carmen Cortez, they watched their Watcher’s back while he and Dracula fought side-by-side to defeat their opponent.  She later participated in the prevention of a demonic Ascension in San Francisco on New Year’s Eve 2006, and fired some of the killing shots against the Old One-wannabe.

One of Lucy’s greatest challenges came in 2008, when she stumbled upon a family of demons (a husband, wife, and three children) that were being accosted by a demon hunter.  As she prepared to intervene, the hunter killed the male demon in cold blood.  Instincts ingrained into her after four years of training, Lucy drew the gun Xander forced her to carry when out alone, and she didn’t hesitate to pull the trigger when she saw the hunter raise his own weapon to the remaining demons.  Unfortunately, upon his being shot, the hunter reflexively ended the life of the demon children’s mother, leaving the three of them orphaned on the street.  Lucy quickly developed post-traumatic stress from that night, from both the taking of a human life and the inability to stop him from orphaning three children.  Almost as quickly as it appeared, Lucy’s PTSD was resolved by talking to Xander, other Slayers who’d taken human lives, and her grandfather, a Korean War hero.

Not that he picks favorites, but Lucy is one of Xander’s favorite members of the Harris Cabal, due to the fact that even though she was a Vampire Slayer, a supposed faceless warrior in the never-ending war against evil, she never allowed it to cloud her positive, optimistic view of the world and the people in it.  Even as she nearly destroyed herself, compromised her personal beliefs, lost her marriage, and even took a human life, she never lost her faith–in her friends and family, in her God, or in herself.

Family Edit

Lucy comes from a large, loving family – she is the middle child of Reverend Eric Camden and his wife, Annie, and has four brothers (Matt, Simon, and Sam and David), two sisters (Mary and Ruthie), a sister-in-law, a brother-in-law, an ex-brother-in-law, and three nephews.  Her brother, Matt, is a OB/GYN in New York, while Simon is a Certified Public Accountant working towards his Master’s degree in Business Administration.  Her sister, Mary, is a flight attendant-turned-stay-at-home mom.  Her younger sister, Ruthie, has been a close associate of the Harris Cabal, and plans to join the ICSW as soon as she finishes nursing school.  In 2014, the Camden family was left shocked and deeply saddened when Matt’s wife of 12 years, Dr. Sarah Camden, died suddenly of a heart condition.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Lucy has all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, the ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles.  In 2007, Lucy earned a Master’s degree in Comparative religion from UCLA.  She drives a Toyota Prius, and because of her association with the Harris Cabal, owns (and was once forced to use) a SIG-Sauer P232 in .380 ACP as her personal sidearm.  In 2006, Lucy, along with the rest of the Harris Cabal, got a tattoo that prevents her from being fed on by vampires and renders her immune to the most basic magical spells and potions at Xander’s insistence.

 Ashleigh Young, the Vampire Slayer (KIA, 2005) Edit

Ashleigh Young was a major character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

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Ashleigh Young was a stereotypical brown-haired, blue-eyed cheerleader from Miami who was Called on her 15th birthday on August 24, 2004, the last day of her summer vacation before sophomore year.  From the start, Ashleigh resented her Calling, and often tried to ignore it.  However, a near-death scare with both herself and her BFF (best friend forever) on Halloween opened her eyes and she began to appreciate all the time and effort Xander put into training her, and became a more willing participant.  Tragically, Ashleigh gave her life to stop New Orleans’ Master Vampire during Hurricane Katrina.

A few months prior to her death, Ashleigh accompanied Xander when he was forced to team up with the legendary vampire, Count Dracula, in order to vanquish a vampire who’d won the Count’s super-vampire powers in a card game.  Along with her sister-Slayers Lucy Kinkirk and Carmen Cortez, they watched their Watcher’s back while he and Dracula fought side-by-side to defeat their opponent.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Ashleigh had all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, the ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles.  Because of her association with the Harris Cabal, Ashleigh carried a SIG-Sauer P232 in .380 ACP as her personal sidearm.

Officer Carmen Elizabeth Juanita Ecosta-Brava Banks (née Cortez), CIA, the Vampire Slayer Edit

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CIA Officer Carmen Elizabeth Juanita Ecosta-Brava Banks (née Cortez) is a major character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character portrayed in Spy Kids by Alexa Vega. 

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The daughter of an American CIA agent and a Spanish CNI (Centro Nacional de Inteligencia/National Intelligence Center) attaché, Carmen Banks, born August 27, 1988, was a 17-year-old knockout who was also secretly a member of a classified CIA project, codename “Spy Kids”.  The CIA had come calling to Xander Harris of the Scooby Gang when, on a mission in the Spring of 2005, Carmen’s powers suddenly activated and she killed a resisting suspect with one punch.  After helping her deal with her powers and post-traumatic stress from her accidental use of deadly force, Xander became Carmen’s Watcher, with their different skill sets (Carmen’s knack for spying, gadgets, and computers; Xander’s life experiences and strategic mind) complimenting each other nicely. 

Carmen’s first mission as a member of the Harris Cabal involved teaming up with the legendary vampire, Count Dracula, in order to vanquish a vampire who’d won the Count’s super-vampire powers in a card game.  Along with her sister-Slayers Lucy Kinkirk and Ashleigh Young, they watched their Watcher’s back while he and Dracula fought side-by-side to defeat their opponent.  She later participated in the prevention of a demonic Ascension in San Francisco on New Year’s Eve 2006, and fired some of the killing shots against the Old One-wannabe.

Carmen is Xander’s go-to girl for computers, technology, gadgetry, and government needs, and her uncle Machete designed a special “satellite phone” built into a Bluetooth (upgraded from a wristwatch in 2007) and activated by vocal commands that each member of Xander’s team uses to stay in contact with each other all over the world.  Since 2010, Carmen has been married to fellow CIA operative Cody Banks; they began dating in late 2008.

In 2010, after an attempt was made on Xander’s life, Carmen acted as the Slayer-in-Charge of the Harris Cabal’s manhunt, working closely with Maureen Stabler, Xander’s date and the person who was there when he was injured.  However, she was unable to prevent the assassin from committing suicide to prevent being taken alive.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Carmen has all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, the ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles.  In 2006, Carmen, along with the rest of the Harris Cabal, got a tattoo that prevents her from being fed on by vampires and renders her immune to the most basic magical spells and potions at Xander’s insistence.  In her duties as a CIA Officer, Carmen carries a Heckler & Koch USP Compact pistol in .45 ACP as her sidearm.

Special Agent Xiulan Kamiya, HSI, the Vampire Slayer Edit

Special Agent Xiulan Kamiya is a major character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

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The granddaughter of a member of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, Xiulan Kamiya was born in San Francisco to a family of martial artists.  She was orphaned at the age of five from a car crash, and was raised by her grandfather (whom she affectionately called Sofu) in Honolulu.  By the time she was 12, Xiulan was a freshman in high school and had already earned her black belt in Okinawan karate, and she became a certified karate teacher after her 18th birthday.

When her Slayer powers developed in 2003 at the age of 13, Xiulan’s grandfather helped her deal with her newfound strength until Xander Harris came along in 2005, just after she graduated from high school.  Both she and her grandfather agreed to let Xander help her and act as her Watcher.  Later that year, Xiulan left the Hawaiian Islands for the first time since she was a child, and joined Xander in traveling the world.

Xiulan participated in the prevention of a demonic Ascension in San Francisco on New Year’s Eve 2006, and fired some of the killing shots against the Old One-wannabe.  In 2010, she was involved in the manhunt for the assassin who tried to kill Xander.

Shortly after her 21st birthday, Xiulan was accepted to the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.  Upon graduating, she was made a Special Agent of Homeland Security Investigations.  Xiulan is usually partnered with Xander Harris, but since he is not a full-time field agent, she occasionally works with other HSI agents.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Xiulan has all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, the ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles.  In 2006, Xiulan, along with the rest of the Harris Cabal, got a tattoo that prevents her from being fed on by vampires and renders her immune to the most basic magical spells and potions at Xander’s insistence.  Due to her martial arts upbringing, Xiulan is Xander’s expert on fighting, self-defense, weaponry, and tactics, and is by far the best marksman in his group.  She carries a Beretta 92FS in 9x19mm as her personal sidearm.

Lindsay Jordan, the Vampire Slayer Edit

Lindsay Jordan is a major character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

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All her life, Lindsay Jordan knew she wanted to be more than just the daughter of an Oklahoma City farmer, and when she was Chosen at the age of 15 in early 2005, she got her wish.  The “good old girl” was shocked at her new superpowers, and was quickly discovered by Xander Harris.  He told her and her parents about what to expect now that she was, in essence, a superhero, and that with great power such as hers came great responsibility.  Lindsay’s parents were critical of and downright rude to Xander, but the morals and values that she had been raised with, by her parents, left her with the conscience to step up and fight for what was right.  She and Lucy Kinkirk, one of her fellow Slayers, got along great, having their Christian upbringings in common.

Lindsay participated in the prevention of a demonic Ascension in San Francisco on New Year’s Eve 2006, and fired some of the killing shots against the Old One-wannabe.  In 2010, she was involved in the manhunt for the assassin who tried to kill Xander.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Lindsay has all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, the ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles.  In 2006, Xiulan, along with the rest of the Harris Cabal, got a tattoo that prevents her from being fed on by vampires and renders her immune to the most basic magical spells and potions at Xander’s insistence.  Because of her association with the Harris Cabal, Lindsay uses a SIG-Sauer P232 in .380 ACP as her personal sidearm.

Natasha “Tasha” Taylor, the Vampire Slayer (KIA, 2007) Edit

Natasha “Tasha” Taylor was a major character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Biography Edit

In the aftermath of the death of Ashleigh Young during Hurricane Katrina, 15-year-old Tasha Taylor was recruited to the ICSW by Xander Harris and joined the Harris Cabal not long after being Called.  Her father, a decorated officer in the United States Marine Corps, introduced order and discipline into her life early on, giving her an early head start on many of the new Slayers.

Tasha participated in the prevention of a demonic Ascension in San Francisco on New Year’s Eve 2006, and fired some of the killing shots against the Old One-wannabe.  In 2007, she began attending classes at NYU, but was unfortunately killed in battle in November 2007.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Tasha had all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, the ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles.  In 2006, Tasha, along with the rest of the Harris Cabal, got a tattoo that prevents her from being fed on by vampires and renders her immune to the most basic magical spells and potions at Xander’s insistence.

Emily Garrett, G.E.D., the Vampire Slayer (KIA, 2011) Edit

Emily Garrett was a major character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

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When he first met Emily Garrett on March 21, 2006 (the first day of Spring), Xander had been shocked and appalled at what he found: a 15-year-old girl, the next Chosen One (well, one of several), on the streets of Buffalo, New York, selling her body to pay a hotel bill (and the hotel assistant manager) so she wouldn’t be forced to sleep outside.  After being told that she had superpowers and the destiny those powers entailed, Emily jumped right into her training with a ferocity that reminded Xander of Faith.   Due to their similar paths in life, Xander felt that Emily could learn more about surviving and recovering from her prostitution with the help of the so-called “Dark Slayer” than she could with a man.  In early 2007, a better-adjusted Emily returned to the man who had saved her from the streets and bonded with him, choosing him to be her Watcher.

Emily subsequently became one of the best Slayers in the ICSW, and a card-carrying member of the “Harris Harem”.  In 2010, she participated in the manhunt for the assassin who tried to kill Xander.

Tragically, Emily lost her life at the hands (err, fangs) of a version of Angelus from an alternate-universe (one where he never received his soul in 1898).

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Emily has all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, the ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles.  After joining the Harris Cabal, Emily got a tattoo that prevents her from being fed on by vampires and renders her immune to the most basic magical spells and potions.  Because of her association with the Harris Cabal, Emily carries a Heckler & Koch USP Compact pistol in .45 ACP as her personal sidearm.

Brittany Clarke, the Vampire Slayer (d. 2008) Edit

Brittany Clarke was a major character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Biography Edit

Called as a Vampire Slayer upon the death of Natasha Taylor, Brittany Clarke’s life was cut tragically short at the age of 16 by her death in a car accident.

Brittany, an ordinary girl from Yonkers, NY, was recruited to the International Council of Slayers and Watchers by Xander Harris, and didn’t hesitate to join the ranks of the Harris Cabal.  Brittany’s career as a Slayer was short – 6 months – but memorable as she was the Slayer who defeated a Haxil Beast that was wreaking havoc in the Catskill Mountains.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Brittany had all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, the ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles.  After joining the Harris Cabal, Brittany got a tattoo that prevents her from being fed on by vampires and renders her immune to the most basic magical spells and potions.

Amira Mahmoud, the Vampire Slayer Edit

Amira Mahmoud is a major character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

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A native of Baghdad, Amira Mahmoud was eight years old when her family immigrated to the United States shortly after America invaded Iraq.  Amira spent the next five years immersing herself in American culture and learning to love her adopted home.  The wheels of fate kept on turning, however, and in 2008 at the age of 13, Amira was Called as a Vampire Slayer.  Her father, Kalil, who was previously employed at the Iraqi Museum before his immigration, had some idea of what was happening to his daughter, and was able to get into contact with Xander through friends of acquaintances of friends, etc.  In spite of being Muslim, Amira made quick friends with Lucy Kinkirk, a Christian minister, who the younger girl sees as a big sister.  As of 2009, Amira herself has acted as a big sister to Amanda Roberts, Xander’s youngest Slayer.

In 2010, Amira participated in the manhunt for the assassin who tried to kill Xander.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Amira has all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, the ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles.  After joining the Harris Cabal, Amira got a tattoo that prevents her from being fed on by vampires and renders her immune to the most basic magical spells and potions.  Because of her association with the Harris Cabal, Amira carries a Glock 27 in .40 S&W as her personal sidearm.

Amanda Roberts, the Vampire Slayer Edit

Amanda Roberts is a major character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

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The youngest member of the so-called “Harris Harem” in 2009, Amanda Roberts was actually born on March 10, 1997, the day Buffy Summers moved to Sunnydale.  She was pretty, nice, smart, and sweet–almost the perfect preteen.  Unfortunately for her, when puberty began setting in some six months ago (coinciding with the death of one of Buffy’s Slayers) she was Called as a Slayer.  So far, Amanda has been dealing with her new situation pretty well and was making quick friends with Xander’s other Slayers.

She and her older brother, Steve, were orphaned when their mother was killed in a car crash in 2009.  Her father was a Marine who was killed in action during the Invasion of Iraq in 2003.  Amanda was subsequently taken in by Xander, who was made her legal guardian.  When she turned 16, Amanda sued for emancipation (with Xander’s blessing).

In early 2010, Amanda was kidnapped by a human who had supernatural knowledge, who planned to groom her to be his own personal slave, and had a trinket that protected him from her supernatural powers.  However, what he didn’t know was that as a member of the Harris Cabal, Amanda carried a gun on a regular basis, and since he didn’t bother to even check her for weapons, she was able to use the gun to turn the tables and subdue him.  The perpetrator was arrested by the NYPD’s Special Victims Unit shortly after her escape.  A few weeks later, she participated in the manhunt for the assassin who tried to kill Xander.

In 2013, Amanda, now 16, sued the New York Family Court for emancipation on the grounds that she was now old enough and mature enough to no longer need Xander to be her legal guardian.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Amanda has all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, the ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles.  After joining the Harris Cabal, Amanda got a tattoo that prevents her from being fed on by vampires and renders her immune to the most basic magical spells and potions.  Because of her association with the Harris Cabal, Amanda carries a Glock 27 in .40 S&W as her personal sidearm.

Ashley Baker, the Vampire Slayer Edit

Ashley Baker is a major character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

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Born and raised in Sacramento, California, Ashley Baker was Called as a Vampire Slayer on her 15th birthday in March of 2011.  She was found and recruited to the International Council of Slayers and Watchers by Xander Harris and subsequently joined the ranks of the Harris Cabal.

After learning of her powers and her new Calling, Ashley began growing up real fast, showing maturity and wisdom beyond her 15 years.  Of course, when she learned that even in this new world order, with dozens of Vampire Slayers around the world, the Slayer’s life expectancy was still short (most Slayers post-2003 lived on average 5 to 10 years, rather than the 1 to 5 years it was before), Ashleigh began doing more adult things, including drinking alcohol and having sex.

Ashleigh lives in the Hampton Village neighborhood in Elk Grove with her father, Vince, a corporate lawyer-turned-ADA, and stepmother, Kerry.  Her biological mother, Michelle, died when Ashleigh was young, and her father remarried a few years later to a woman ten years his junior.

After three years, Ashleigh is considered a highly-competent Vampire Slayer, with a few dozen vampires and demon vanquishes to her name.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Ashleigh has all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, the ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles.

 Sir Rupert Edmund Giles, KBE, Ph.D. (d. 2015) Edit

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Sir Rupert Edmund Giles, KBE, Ph.D. is a major recurring character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer franchise portrayed by Anthony Stewart Head.

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Head of the International Council of Slayers and Watchers, Sir Rupert Edmund Giles, Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire, rebuilt the destroyed Watchers’ Council after the destruction of Sunnydale and the Calling of all Vampire Slayers.  Headquartered in London, Giles still serves as Watcher to Buffy Summers, the Vampire Slayer, and father-figure to the Scooby Gang, considering all of them his adopted children.  He currently holds Ph.D.s in Mythology & Folklore and Philology, and as far as the general public is concerned, he is a part-time curator at the British Museum.

In 2004, Giles allowed Xander Harris, a founding member of the Scooby Gang and now a recruiter for the ICSW, to take an extended leave of absence after an altercation with Buffy and Willow…which turned into the founding of the Harris Cabal, a loosely-affiliated subsect of the ICSW.

In 2005, Giles tasked Andrew with the investigation into a thirteen-year-old geek who used his burgeoning magical powers to summon the monsters from his trading cards to wreak havoc against his middle school bullies.  He also assigned Faith to back him up if necessary, but Andrew was able to talk him down and bring him in.

In 2013, Giles helped organize the Sunnydale 10-year reunion, designed by the Scooby Gang to serve as both a high school reunion and a memorial to the town and everybody they lost.

When not traveling the world for ICSW business, Giles makes his home at the Giles family estate in Bath, England.  He has a house-elf, Yuma, who is the “butler” of the estate.

Since the destruction of Sunnydale, Giles, a well-known technophobe, was dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century as computers became more and more important in the day-to-day realities of the world, especially in the library.  These days, while still preferring to read books and write by hand, he at least knows how to use e-mail and various basic computer programs.

Sadly, Giles has yet to find lasting love.  While in Sunnydale, he fell in love with Jenny Calendar, the computer science teacher at Sunnydale High School who was murdered by Angelus in 1998.  He also engaged in a one-night stand with Joyce Summers while under the influence of Ethan Rayne’s enchanted band candy.  As a young man in England, Giles left a trail of broken hearts through the Oxford coeds.

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In his youth, Giles was a minor-league sorcerer, but quit practicing magic after the death of one of his friends at the hands of the demon Eyghon.  Since becoming Buffy’s Watcher and the mentor to the Scooby Gang, Giles has had reason to dust off his old magic skills, and received a massive power boost in 2002 from the Devon Coven in an attempt to stop Willow Rosenberg, who’d been corrupted by dark magic.  These days, Giles’s skills with magic have returned to the level he possessed while in the prime of his life.  He is proficient with various types of weapons, including modern firearms; he is the registered owner of a Browning Hi-Power in 9x19mm but doesn’t carry it on a regular basis.

Awards and decorations Edit

For their actions in Sunnydale (including the prevention of the apocalypse) and subsequent rebuilding of the Watchers’ Council, Giles was inducted into the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in 2005 by the Queen, while Buffy, Willow, and Xander received the George Medal for “…acts of great bravery”.  Not long after being knighted, Giles was invited to have afternoon tea with Her Majesty and has since become an infrequent guest at Buckingham Palace.

Death Edit

On May 20, 2015 (twelve years to the day after Sunnydale’s collapse), Giles suffered a heart attack and passed away at the age of 61, leaving the Scooby Gang and the ICSW devastated. He was succeeded as head of the ICSW by his son in all but blood, Xander Harris.

Alternate versions Edit

In one of the alternate universes Xander visited in 2011, Giles served as Watcher to Buffy Summers, who never moved to Sunnydale in 1997 but instead went on to have an illustrious career as a traveling Slayer until she failed her Cruciamentum test on her 18th birthday and met her end at the hands of Zachary Kralik. With Buffy’s death, the next Vampire Slayer, Faith Lehane was Called. After her death, he speculated in his Watcher’s Journals that the death of Angel, her vampire boyfriend who lost his soul after they made love, at her hands contributed to her failing the Cruciamentum test.

During his time as Buffy’s Watcher, he started a romantic relationship with her mother, recent divorcée Joyce Summers, that eventually led to him popping the question. Buffy’s death devastated Giles, who looked upon her like the daughter he never had; it also resulted in him breaking off his engagement to Joyce. He returned to academia, where he used his considerable influence to become Bodley’s Librarian, head of the main library at the University of Oxford.

In this universe, Giles was appointed Head of the Watcher’s Council in 2003 after Quentin Travers was expelled for leading the Slayer, her Watcher, a WC wetworks team, and hired members of the Order of Teraka on Sunnydale, an American town that had been infiltrated and taken over by vampires. He took with him his most promising protégé and lover, 20-something-year-old Hermione Granger, a former coed whom he met in the library at Oxford.

Elizabeth Anne “Buffy” Summers, GM, B.A., the Vampire Slayer Edit

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Elizabeth Anne “Buffy” Summers is a major recurring character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer franchise portrayed by Sarah Michelle Gellar.

Leader of the Scooby Gang, co-head of the renamed International Council of Slayers & Watchers, Class Protector of the Sunnydale High School Class of ’99, and much more, Buffy Summers has saved the world…a lot.

Biography Edit

Buffy Anne Summers was a Vampire Slayer that was activated in the late 20th century. Born to Hank and Joyce Summers on January 19, 1981, she was called to be the Slayer in 1996 at the age of fifteen after the death of her predecessor, India Cohen. She was originally based in Los Angeles, but, due to an incident involving a gang of vampires at Hemery High School there, she later moved to Sunnydale, California. There, she acted as guardian of the Hellmouth until its destruction in 2003. Initially a reluctant hero who constantly wished for nothing more than a normal life, Buffy eventually grew to embrace her destiny. Buffy was unique as a Slayer in many ways; she refused to sacrifice her ordinary life for her supernatural destiny and often operated as part of a team with her friends the “Scooby Gang.”

Upon the formation of the International Council of Slayers & Watchers, Buffy spent a majority of her first year after Sunnydale traveling around Europe, before returning to the States and setting up shop in Cleveland. After a disastrous blowout with Xander and then hearing about Angel and his team taking on the Senior Partners of Wolfram & Hart in Los Angeles, Buffy began to take a hard look at herself and her life – Xander had moved on, Dawn was beginning college, and she was still alive at the age of 23 (much to her shock; she’d been repeatedly told since she was 15 that she’d be lucky to live to even graduate from high school) – she took a leave of absence from the Council and dropped off the grid. She returned to Cleveland two months later, and enrolled at Cleveland State University to complete her degree in Psychology that she’d started at UC Sunnydale before dropping out after her mother’s death. When she completed her degree, Buffy got a regular job as a school counselor at Cleveland High School.

She also continues to serve as the ICSW’s Slayer-in-Charge, although she delegates most of the day-to-day stuff to her fellow Slayers. However, despite her semi-retirement, Buffy’s reputation still precedes her and she can still slay with the best of them. She has also mended her relationship with Xander, apologizing for being a bitch to him and admitting that, although still to this day she wishes he had a normal life, there was nobody she’d rather have watching her back (both literally and euphemistically).

In 2011, Buffy celebrated both her 30th birthday and her 15th anniversary as the Vampire Slayer (which made her the oldest and longest-serving Slayer in recorded history, a record that was surpassed by Faith a few months later due to Buffy’s multiple deaths). In 2013, Buffy, Willow, and Xander organized the Sunnydale 10-year reunion, designed to serve as both a high school reunion and a memorial to the town and everybody they lost.

In 2015, Buffy was grief-stricken when Giles, her mentor and father-figure of the past 20 years, suffered a heart attack and passed away at the age of 61.

Personal life Edit

Buffy’s romantic life could charitably be described as “tragic”. She’s had a number of romances over the years; her most notable partners are Oliver Pike, Angel, Parker Abrams, Riley Finn, Spike, and Satsu. She had a short-lived fling with the Immortal while in Rome, and during her second go-around at college, Buffy dated Drew Burgess, a Cleveland beat cop who was studying for an advanced degree.

While not as much of a demon magnet as Xander, Buffy still has her share of non-human admirers. Because two of her lovers (in fact, her two longest relationships) were with vampires, Buffy has been called “the Vampire Layer” behind her back – because nobody was brave enough or stupid enough to say it to her face (the beating she gave to the one vampire foolish enough to ask her if she’d consider giving him a ride became legendary throughout the ICSW and the Underworld).

During her year travelling in Europe, Buffy ran into her father, Hank, and his new wife, who was pregnant with twins. Buffy and Hank took some time to get reacquainted, and nowadays remain in contact for things like birthdays and the holidays.

Education and employment Edit

For most of her life, Buffy’s sole job was battling the Forces of Darkness. However, as she grew older (and had bills to pay, and a teenage sister to support), she realized she had to find a real job with a real paycheck, and she became a member of the fast food industry for minimum wage.

In 2002, the Principal of the newly-rebuilt Sunnydale High School, Robin Wood, hired Buffy as the school counselor, a job which she held until Sunnydale’s destruction in 2003. After completing her college degree in 2006, Buffy was hired as the school counselor at Cleveland High School.

Ever since the formation of the International Council of Slayers & Watchers, Buffy has earned a paycheck for Slaying – something that never happened when she was in Sunnydale. With her newfound money, Buffy has returned to wearing designer and brand clothes that she had to give up after leaving Los Angeles for Sunnydale as a teenager.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Buffy has all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, a limited ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles. Due to the longevity of her career as the Slayer, Buffy’s powers are stronger than all of the Slayers activated by Willow in 2003 or subsequently Called since. Unlike Xander and his cabal of Slayers and support staff, Buffy refuses to carry a gun (although she does know how to use one), preferring to use the more “traditional” Vampire Slayer weapons, including stakes, swords, and crossbows, and is a qualified expert with all of them. She owns a cherry-red Corvette convertible, but she isn’t a very good driver, and has received numerous speeding tickets.

Buffy is also surprisingly intelligent considering that at first glance she appears to be nothing more than another California blonde cheerleader; an IQ test put her IQ at 132, which is the low end of gifted, and she scored a 1430 on her SATs her senior year of high school. She graduated cum laude (a fact that continues to baffle her and her friends to this day) from Cleveland State University in 2006 with a degree in Psychology.

Injuries and illnesses Edit

As of 2010, Buffy is the longest-living Slayer on record (despite having died multiple times). Her first death occurred when she was 16: she was bitten and drowned while fighting the Master in Sunnydale. Fortunately, Xander and Angel were only minutes away, and Xander was able to use CPR to bring her back to life. Because Buffy was clinically dead, Kendra Young was Called as the next Vampire Slayer. She died a second time in 2001 at the age of 20, when she sacrificed herself to save Dawn and the world by hurling herself off a tower and using her own body to close a mystical portal. She was resurrected using magic by Willow, along with Xander, Tara Maclay, and Anya Jenkins after 147 days. A year later, Buffy was shot by Warren Mears and flatlined at the hospital, but was saved when Willow telekinetically removed the bullet and then healed her injury.

Buffy has also been beaten up, stabbed, shot, cut, and bitten by vampires, all of which she’s recovered from.

After her return from the dead in 2001, Buffy suffered from severe depression and post-traumatic stress due to her expulsion from Heaven.

Awards and decorations Edit

In Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, Buffy is a recipient of the following awards:

  • Presidential Citizens Medal – Awarded in 2005 by the President of the United States for “exemplary deeds or services performed for his or her country or fellow citizens” for her actions in Sunnydale (including the prevention of the apocalypse)
  • George Medal – Awarded in 2005 by the Queen of England for “…acts of great bravery” for her actions in Sunnydale (including the prevention of the apocalypse)
  • Sunnydale High School Class of ’99 Class Protector Award – Awarded in 1999 by the Sunnydale High School Class of ’99 for her part in making the class “have the lowest mortality rate in the history of the school”.

Kill count Edit

During her time in Sunnydale, Buffy racked up an impressive body count of 248 known kills (127 vampires, 103 demons, 2 robots, 14 humans, and 2 others). In the dozen years that has followed, she has almost doubled the amount of demons and vampires she’s vanquished, but she has yet to take another human life.

Alternate versions Edit

In one of the alternate universes Xander visited in 2011, Buffy gave her life to defeat the First Evil in 2003, resulting in her fourth and final death. Her sister, Dawn, named her daughter Joyce Elizabeth after their mom and Buffy.

In another alternate universe, Buffy never moved to Sunnydale in 1997. Instead, she went on to have an illustrious career as a traveling Slayer until she failed her Cruciamentum test on her 18th birthday and met her end at the hands of Zachary Kralik. With Buffy’s death, the next Vampire Slayer, Faith Lehane was Called.

Shortly after leaving Los Angeles in this universe, Buffy met Angel, the Vampire With a Soul. The two fell in love and on Buffy’s 17th birthday, she gave Angel her virginity. This led to a moment of perfect happiness, which released the gypsy curse on his soul and releasing Angelus for the first time in 100 years. Buffy did her duty and staked the master vampire, an act that left her heartbroken. Her Watcher, Dr. Rupert Giles, speculated that the death of Angel at her hands contributed to her failing the Cruciamentum test.

Willow Danielle Rosenberg, GM, MSCIS Edit

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Willow Danielle Rosenberg is a major recurring character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer franchise portrayed by Alyson Hannigan.

Biography Edit

Xander’s best friend since they were 5 years old, Willow Rosenberg is the ICSW’s head witch and primary computer specialist.

Willow also has a dark side that was first unleashed in 2002 after Warren Mears murdered Tara. Named “Darth Rosenberg” by Andrew Wells, the name stuck (much to Willow’s chagrin).

After Sunnydale was destroyed and the formation of the International Council of Slayers & Watchers, Willow and Kennedy traveled to Rio de Janeiro to search for newly-Called Vampire Slayers (and act as a romantic getaway). They were there for almost a year, before returning to Cleveland. After a disastrous blowout with Xander and her breakup with Kennedy a few months later, Willow began getting her life back on track. She returned to college and finished her Bachelor’s degree in less than a year, before going on to earn her Master’s in Computer & Information Science from the Monte Ahuja College of Business.

When she first began dating Tara her freshman year of college, Willow insisted that she was “gay now,” but as years past, she came to the realization that she is bisexual after becoming romantically interested in a man during grad school.

In 2013, Willow, Buffy, and Xander organized the Sunnydale 10-year reunion, designed to serve as both a high school reunion and a memorial to the town and everybody they lost.

In 2015, Willow was grief-stricken when Giles, her mentor and father-figure of the past 20 years, suffered a heart attack and passed away at the age of 61.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

Willow is a powerful witch with more raw power than even most natural-born witches. Several notable magical feats she’s performed include re-ensouling Angelus (twice), raising Buffy from the dead, nearly destroying the entire world, and activating all of the Vampire Slayers around the world. In addition, Willow holds a Master’s degree in Computer & Information Science from the Monte Ahuja College of Business in Cleveland, and her IQ is in the 150s. Like Buffy and unlike Xander, Willow doesn’t own or carry a gun (although she was taught how to use one by Xander).

Awards and decorations Edit

In Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, Willow is a recipient of the following awards:

  • Presidential Citizens Medal – Awarded in 2005 by the President of the United States for “exemplary deeds or services performed for his or her country or fellow citizens” for her actions in Sunnydale (including the prevention of the apocalypse)
  • George Medal – Awarded in 2005 by the Queen of England for “…acts of great bravery” for her actions in Sunnydale (including the prevention of the apocalypse)

Alternate versions Edit

In one of the alternate universes Xander visited in 2011, Willow is a vampire who, along with her friends and classmates, took over Sunnydale in the late ’90s while still in high school. By 2011, Willow was the Principal of Sunnydale High School, in charge of educating the next generation of Sunnydale High Schoolers. Willow was also one of the few vampires who could practice magic, until her tampering with the multiverse resulted in Xander force-feeding her a power-stripping potion which would prevent any further degradation of the multiverse but still allow her to live.

Dr. Dawn Marie Summers, Ph.D. Edit

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Dr. Dawn Marie Summers, Ph.D. is a major recurring character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer franchise portrayed by Michelle Trachtenberg.

Biography Edit

The younger sister of Buffy Summers, the Vampire Slayer, Dawn came into being as the Key. The monks of the Order of Dagon sent the Key, an ancient mystical energy with the power to unlock the gates between all existing dimensions, to Buffy in 2000 in the form of her little sister to protect her from Glorificus.

After Sunnydale was destroyed, Buffy and Dawn moved to Rome, where Dawn completed her G.E.D. She was accepted into Oxford University, where she graduated with honors with a Bachelor’s degree in Ancient History. Dawn then moved back to California, and graduated at the age of 24 from Stanford University with a Ph.D. in Linguistics in 2011. Her IQ is 141.

Dawn was in attendance when Buffy, Willow, and Xander were awarded the George Medal for “…acts of great bravery”, and Giles was knighted by the Queen of England for their actions in Sunnydale (including the prevention of the apocalypse), as well as when Buffy, Willow, and Xander were awarded the Presidential Citizens Medal from the President of the United States for their actions (Giles, as a British citizen, was ineligible for the Medal).

In addition to her academic studies at both Oxford and Stanford, Dawn is a member of the International Council of Slayers and Watchers as a researcher and occasional Field Watcher. After earning her Ph.D., Dawn became a full-time Field Watcher, with veteran Slayer Ally Wheeler as her “Chosen One”. The two have since become good friends, and they make a great team.

For the longest time, Dawn was one of the few members of the ICSW to be on good terms with Xander Harris. Xander, a “normal” human, left the Scooby Gang after an argument with Buffy and Willow, who’d been on a bit of a power trip, and started his own splinter group, the Harris Cabal. Dawn and Ally frequently consult and partner with the Cabal (so much so that they are both considered members of the “Harris Harem”). She lost her virginity at the age of 17 while in Rome; she would later describe her first time as “romantic, but quick”. A few months after her 18th birthday (when Xander was on the outs with Buffy and Willow), Dawn seduced him. Although it was only for one night (but oh, what a night it was!), Dawn and Xander maintain a close friendship unhampered by their night together. In 2008, Dawn met Xander’s then-girlfriend, Chelsea Brown, a pornographic actress and former Sunnydale resident, and the two of them became friends. More than once, Dawn and Chelsea have conspired to both irritate and arouse him.

Like her sister, Dawn has also experimented with a member of the fairer sex (in fact, she went to Faith Lehane a few weeks before her seduction of Xander in order to get tips on everything from making out to how to drive a man crazy with a look and got a “how to do anything and everything” tutorial over the course of a three-day weekend), and spent a year dating a non-human.

In the fall of 2011, Dawn was asked out by Solak, a Miquot demon that resided in Cleveland. At first, Dawn turned him down, but the two eventually began dating. During a discussion about their future, Solak and Dawn realized that they were genetically incapable of conceiving a child together, a fact that stifled their relationship a little. Their relationship lasted almost a year before Solak was tragically murdered by a racist demon hunter who was disgusted that a human would willingly date a demon. The hunter would’ve killed Dawn too, if Ally hadn’t arrived and scared him off. Dawn grieved for her lost love, and as of 2013, is still single.

In 2013, Dawn helped organize the Sunnydale 10-year reunion, designed by the Scooby Gang to serve as both a high school reunion and a memorial to the town and everybody they lost.

In 2015, Dawn was grief-stricken when Giles, her mentor and father-figure of the past 20 years, suffered a heart attack and passed away at the age of 61.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

Dawn has no superpowers to speak of, although she has some limited magical talent with a large specialty in portals, wormholes, dimensional travel, etc. She is a gifted linguist, able to read, speak, and/or translate over a dozen languages, both human and demonic. As a fully-trained Field Watcher, Dawn has superior knowledge of demonology, mystical artifacts, and is proficient in hand-to-hand combat and weaponry. Thanks to Xander, Dawn is the owner of a SIG-Sauer P229 E2 in .40 S&W – a weapon Dawn has (thankfully!) yet to actually use outside of the shooting range.

Alternate versions Edit

In one of the alternate universes Xander visited in 2011, Dawn lost her sister during the destruction of Sunnydale in 2003. Since then, she has since built up a nice, normal life in San Francisco with her husband, Xander, and their two children, Jesse Rupert Harris (b. 2006) and Joyce Elizabeth Summers (b. 2008).

In another alternate universe, Buffy never moved to Sunnydale in 1997. Instead, she went on to have an illustrious career as a traveling Slayer until she failed her Cruciamentum test on her 18th birthday and met her end at the hands of Zachary Kralik. This meant the Key was never transformed into Dawn Summers and therefore she has no counterpart in this reality.

Faith Lehane, G.E.D., the Vampire Slayer Edit

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Faith Lehane is a major recurring character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer franchise portrayed by Eliza Dushku.

Biography Edit

The so-called “Dark Slayer”, Faith Lehane was the last traditionally-Called Vampire Slayer. She was born on December 14, 1982, and raised in South Boston, where she grew up with a drug- and alcohol-addicted mother, who often resorted to prostitution to make a living. Her father, George Patrick Lehane, was in jail for most of Faith’s childhood, having been arrested for manslaughter after he killed somebody in a bar fight when she was 4 years old. Faith finally ran away from home when she was 14, during her freshman year of high school. She was found by and taken in by her Watcher, Diana Dormer, a professor of folklore and mythology at Harvard University, and trained as a potential Slayer. After nearly a year with Prof. Dormer, Faith was Called as the Slayer after the death of her predecessor, Kendra Young.

In her first few months, Faith proved to be an able and successful Slayer in the Boston area (during which time she looked up the bastard who’d taken advantage of her as a child and made sure he’d never do it to anyone ever again). Unfortunately, her luck came to an end when she and Diana went up against Kakistos, a Master Vampire who was easily able to defeat Faith and kill Diana. In a rage, Faith took Kakistos’s eye, before escaping his clutches and running across the country. She made her way toSunnydale, where, with the help of Buffy Summers, the other Vampire Slayer, she was able to avenge her Watcher and stake Kakistos.

Now residing in Sunnydale, Faith and Buffy began working with each other, and together they made an effective team. Their partnership came to an abrupt end in 1999, however, when Faith accidentally staked a human, Sunnydale Deputy Mayor Allen Finch, who walked into a battle between the two Slayers and a group of vampires. Overwrought with guilt, shunned by the Scooby Gang, and being told that the Watcher’s Council wanted to “sanction” her, Faith turned to the dark side, assisting Mayor Richard Wilkins III with his various evil plans. During the climatic showdown between Faith and Buffy, the older Slayer stabbed Faith with her own knife and left her in a coma.

Upon waking up, Faith switched bodies with Buffy in an attempt to take over the other Slayer’s “perfect life”. When the body swap failed, Faith fled to Los Angeles, where, with the help of Angel, the Vampire With a Soul, she started on the road to atonement, and turned herself in to the Los Angeles Police Department for her various crimes. She pled guilty, and, at the age of 17, was sentenced to 25 years to life to cover all of her crimes.

During her incarceration at the Northern California Women’s Facility in Stockton, California, Faith was a model prisoner whom everybody knew not to mess with, after spending the first month of her stay sending every “lesbo and mullet-head wanting to make a fish diet outta [her]” to the prison infirmary. Once inside, she even earned herself a G.E.D., and assisted various other inmates with their G.E.D.s. She met periodically with Angel (her “sponsor” who quickly became her best friend), and the two commiserated on their roads to redemption.

During the Rain of Fire in Los Angeles in 2003, Faith broke out of prison at the behest of her once-and-future Watcher, Wesley Wyndam-Pryce, to help him and the rest of Angel Investigations stop the Beast and Angelus, who had been freed from his soul. After Angelus killed the Beast, Faith assisted in Angelus’s takedown and helped Angel recover his soul. With LA “back to normal”, Faith hitched a ride with Willow Rosenberg back to Sunnydale to help the Scooby Gang with their apocalypse.

Serving as Buffy’s de facto 2nd-in-Command, Faith helped lead the Potential Slayers against the Turok-Han, the Bringers, and the First Evil’s main operative, Caleb. Faith participated in the Battle of Sunnydale, and was on the last bus out before the Hellmouth was closed and the town collapsed.

With Sunnydale destroyed (and, with some help from both Angel, who’d taken over Wolfram & Hart’s LA branch and Willow’s magic, her record expunged), Faith set up shop in Cleveland, where the newly-activated Hellmouth was, along with her boytoy and acting Watcher, Robin Wood. However, their relationship ended a few months later, and Faith used the money Giles had paid her to buy a brand-new 2004 Harley-Davidson XL 1200 motorcycle and embark on a whirlwind cross-country tour, seeing America (and parts of Canada and Mexico) and killing evil wherever it may be. She is a frequent ally (and occasional bedmate) of Xander Harris, and it was her who unofficially renamed the Harris Cabal the “Harris Harem”. Faith also maintains her friendly rivalry with Buffy, and continues to bear a not-so-friendly rivalry with Kennedy Winston, a Slayer who dated Willow. Like Buffy, there is nobody else Faith would want watching her back than Xander.

In addition to her “roving Slayer” operations, Faith is a counselor for her fellow Slayers, particularly ones who’ve either killed or have otherwise turned to the dark side. Her experiences and her reputation as the Dark Slayer have helped many fallen or on-the-fence Slayers return to the side of good. Unfortunately, for those Slayers who don’t want to be rehabilitated, it falls to Faith to serve as judge, jury, and, if necessary, executioner. Since taking up that duty in late 2004, Faith has been forced to kill three Slayers.

Occasionally, Faith supplements her Council income by tending bar and/or hustling pool.

Faith is bisexual, and is just as unlucky in love as the rest of the Scooby Gang. Before arriving in Sunnydale a couple months shy of her 16th birthday, Faith had learned that men were untrustworthy losers and it was better to “get some and get gone”. A victim of child molestation, Faith had consensual sex for the first time when she was 13 years old. In 1999, she had a one-night stand with Xander (his first time); since the formation of the Harris Cabal in 2004, she and Xander have occasionally hooked up while in the same place at the same time. While in Buffy’s body in 2000, Faith had sex with her boyfriend, Riley Finn, who freaked her out by making love to her. While in prison, Faith engaged in some casual sex with both the male guards and a couple of fellow inmates. In 2003, Faith had a six-month relationship with Robin Wood; ever since that relationship imploded, Faith has returned to her previous lifestyle of short-term flings, albeit with more standards than she used to have. After turning 18, Dawn came to Faith for “sexuality training”; the older Slayer taught the former Key how to do “anything and everything”. In 2012, she became partners with Kimberly Moran, a 20-year-old Vampire Slayer who’d been with the Council for almost five years, both professionally and personally.

In 2012, Faith celebrated her 30th birthday and a few months later, her 15th anniversary as the Vampire Slayer (usurping Buffy’s record as the longest active Slayer in history, considering Buffy’s multiple deaths).

In 2015, Rupert Giles suffered a heart attack and passed away at the age of 61. Of the core members of the Scooby Gang, Faith apparently held it together the best, but she broke down in private at the loss of one of the few men in her life that she truly liked.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Faith has all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, the ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat style. In addition to various stakes, swords, crossbows, and holy water, Faith has been known to use Molotov cocktail against vampires. In 2006, Faith learned from Xander that there was a magical tattoo that prevents them from being fed on by vampires and renders them immune to the most basic magical spells and potions; she immediately went out and got one. She carries a Gil Hibben 1999 Jackal dagger that was given to her by Mayor Wilkins as her personal weapon, along with a butterfly knife. Like Buffy, Faith is also an expert marksman with all forms of firearms, but does not carry a gun on a regular basis (on account of her being a convicted felon). As of 2013, Faith is the longest-living Slayer on record at 15 years and counting (Buffy has been Slaying longer, but has died multiple times). As such, Faith’s powers are stronger than all of the Slayers activated by Willow in 2003 or subsequently Called since.

Alternate versions Edit

In one of the alternate universes Xander visited in 2011, Faith was Called as the Vampire Slayer after the death of Buffy Summers during her Cruciamentum. As the Slayer, Faith burned brightly and quickly; she took out some major players including Kakistos and his number two, a gun-toting vampire called Mr. Trick, along with the infamous Gorch brothers, Lyle and Tector, before meeting her end 15 months after being Called. Unlike her counterpart, Faith carried a gun that she took off of Mr. Trick after she staked him which she used to aid her in her Slaying.

 Maureen Stabler, MSW Edit

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Maureen Stabler is a recurring character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit by Erin Broderick.

Biography Edit

The oldest of four (later five) children, Maureen Stabler was born to NYPD Det. Elliot and Kathy Stabler while they were in their late teens.  She grew up, and eventually earned her degree in Psychology from Queens University before getting a job at the New York State Office of Children and Family Services.  She was raised Catholic and is still religious, but at this point in her life does she rarely attend Church services.

At age 24, she first met Xander Harris, a 28-year-old carpenter and demon hunter, who had petitioned the court for custody of Amanda Roberts, a 12-year-old girl who happened to be a Vampire Slayer, and the two of them hit it off.  It was during this time that she became aware of the Things That Go Bump in the Night and then a member of the Harris Cabal.  In 2010, he and Maureen had a pregnancy scare; upon learning that she wasn’t pregnant, both Xander and Maureen were equal parts relieved and disappointed; they subsequently decided they were better off being just friends (later upgraded to friends-with-benefits).

In 2010, while on a double date with Xander and her parents, an assassin threw a grenade into the restaurant they were eating at.  Xander took the brunt of the explosion, but between his body armor and his protective amulet, he only suffered multiple broken ribs, a concussion, and temporary hearing loss.  After learning Xander was going to be okay, Maureen spearheaded the Harris Cabal’s manhunt for the assassin, working parallel to the NYPD’s own investigation led by her father.  In the end, the assassin committed suicide to prevent being taken alive.

In 2011, Maureen helped her father cope with the fallout from shooting an 18-year-old girl who was shooting up the squad room in revenge for her mother’s murder and his subsequent retirement from the force.  In 2013, Maureen took a leave of absence from her job in order to attend the University of Buffalo and earn her Master’s degree in Social Work.  She completed her MSW in 2015.

With Xander’s help, Maureen bought a Colt Python Snub Nose revolver with 2.5” barrel chambered in .357 Magnum and applied for a license to carry a concealed weapon, which was passed through with ease considering her job as a social worker, her father’s job as a police detective, and her affiliation with the Harris Cabal.

Alternate versions Edit

In one of the alternate universes Xander visited in 2011, he was forced to tell his counterpart, a sociopathic vampire, about his universe and the people who inhabit it.  When Xander embarked on his cross-country road trip, he made a stop in New York City, where he met and seduced Maureen Stabler and her younger sister, Kathleen.  The two sisters moved to Sunnydale in order to be with Xander and his harem.

Alexander Lavelle “Xander” Harris, B.Sc. Edit

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Xander’s counterpart from an alternate universe, Alexander Lavelle “Xander” Harris is a sociopathic vampire who, along with his friends and classmates, took over Sunnydale in the late ’90s while still in high school. He is the de facto leader of the Hellfire Club (which is the most commonly-used name for the vampires of the Sunnydale High Class of ’99). In the vein of all great evil-universe counterparts, Xander has a meticulous goatee.

Xander is a minor, yet significant character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005.

Biography Edit

In this universe, Buffy Summers never moved to Sunnydale in 1997. Instead, she went on to have an illustrious career as a traveling Slayer until she failed her Cruciamentum test on her 18th birthday and met her end at the hands of Zachary Kralik. Meanwhile, back in Sunnydale, the Master completed the Harvest ritual and escaped captivity, which allowed the Order of Aurelius to conquer the town. However, the Master’s reign was a short one as he and his most trusted minions, including Darla and Luke, were all stabbed in the back by a group of recently-turned fledglings. With the Order dismantled, life in Sunnydale seemed to return to normal…

However, it turns out that those “recently-turned fledglings” that overthrew the Master were all members of Sunnydale High School Class of ’99. Between him, Willow, and Cordelia, they refused to bow to the Master and orchestrated a coup d’état. Xander himself killed the Master while wearing the Gem of Amara, which had been located in a tomb that had been uncovered during the Master’s escape during the Harvest and granted him increased powers and invulnerability to all vampiric weaknesses. After the coup was complete, he gave the ring to Willow and her witch friend Amy in an effort to duplicate the ring’s effects as they finished high school and then took over the town. Once things settled down, Xander attended UC Sunnydale in order to sleep with and turn coeds (he also incidentally managed to gain a business degree).

In 2003, the Vampire Slayer came to town. Xander and his group were able to convince her and her Watcher that the hellmouth was completely under control and in no danger of being opened. However, the reassurance of a group of vampires was unacceptable to Quentin Travers, the Head of the Watcher’s Council, who ordered the Slayer to pacify the vampires’ occupation of the town along with the assistance of the Watchers’ hit squad and mercenaries hired from the Order of Teraka. The attempted takeover of Sunnydale was halted when the Watchers’ forces attacked a political function that was being attended by several VIPs, including the Governor of California, members of the California State Senate, Sunnydale’s US Congressman, and the newly-elected Mayor of Sunnydale, Cordelia Chase. In the aftermath of the battle (during which a State Senator was killed), the Governor got in touch with the President of the United States and the British Ambassador, which culminated in the Watchers being forced by their home government to leave Sunnydale alone.

By 2011, Xander was the owner and operator of the Bronze, Sunnydale’s premier social club, and is also heavily involved in various illegal activities; in fact, he is a member (if not the boss) of every organized crime racket in Sunnydale: drugs, weapons, gambling, human trafficking, organ trafficking, magic – you name it, he has a hand in it.

That year, Xander met his counterpart from a universe where the Harvest never happened and as such lived a completely different life (most significantly, that Xander wasn’t a vampire). The other Xander had come to his universe because the barriers between the multiverse began to weaken, resulting in various crossovers and upsetting the Grand Design. The two Xanders learned that the multiversal disturbances were being caused by Willow in an attempt to quench her ever-growing thirst for more magic, more power, and more knowledge. Xander was convinced to force-feed Willow a power-stripping potion in exchange for information regarding the other universe, including but not limited to names of Vampire Slayers (or potential Slayers in this universe), powerful magical practitioners such as the Charmed Ones, and notes on various Higher or Lower Beings.

As it turns out, the alternate version of Xander was right to fear what might become of the information he provided. A week after meeting his counterpart (and making sure Willow was alright without her magic), Xander left Sunnydale in order to take advantage of the information he’d received. His first stop was San Francisco, where he was able to befriend the Charmed Ones, Piper Halliwell-Wyatt, Phoebe Halliwell, and Paige Matthews. He earned some goodwill by assisting them with vanquishing a particularly-bothersome demon and earned more by buying out P3, Piper’s club, when he learned that they were in financial distress (of course, what he didn’t tell them was that he was aware of the club’s financial situation thanks to a complete investigation performed by Lilah and her team at Wolfram & Hart). Before moving on to his next destination, he slept with the two unmarried Charmed Ones, Phoebe and Paige.

After San Francisco, Xander headed out on a cross-country six-month road trip, expanding his personal and professional relationships, added to his network of contacts, and created both new childer and harem members. He made stops in Colorado Springs (where he met Brigadier General Samantha Carter-O’Neill, Commander of the SGC, and her husband, retired Major General Jack O’Neill), Metropolis, Kansas City, Chicago, Cleveland, Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Mystic Falls, Tree Hill, New Orleans, Dallas, Roswell, Las Vegas, Glen Oak, and finally Los Angeles before returning to Sunnydale.

His one intolerance is child abusers; as a former abused child, Xander makes it a point to torture and kill any and all child abusers he comes across. Two of the first people Xander killed were his abusive parents, and for Willow’s girlfriend/sex-toy Tara, he massacred the entire extended Maclay family in Birmingham, Alabama before having his way with her in her childhood home.

However, Xander’s life hasn’t been all roses and sex. He lost his best friend, Jesse McNally, during the coup to overthrow the Master, and his friend and fellow coup participant Jonathan Levinson to Warren Mears, a classmate who wanted in on the life of hedonism. Two of Xander’s childer fell victim tothe Initiative, the US government’s attempt to study and hopefully control “hostile sub-terrestrials” such as vampires and demons, before he ran them out of town. He spent almost four months under the curse of a Vengeance demon when a one-night stand of Xander’s wished that his sex drive be as dead as his vampire body; he was finally able to get the curse undone by destroying Anyanka’s power center. He has been the victim of numerous assassination attempts.

Over the years, Xander and his friends have tried to come up with a name for their group, particularly their inner circle; among them are Xander’s Angels (which was summarily rejected by Cordelia), the Scooby Gang (also quickly quashed), and the Hellfire Club (coined by Jesse McNally, it is the most commonly used name for the group, although not every member likes it).

Family Edit

Xander’s biological family is all but extinct – he either killed or turned every one of his relatives except for his young cousin, Karen Harris, whom he spared.

His vampire family, however, continues to grow to this day, as he continually sires new vampires and adds to his harem.  He was sired by the Master, along with Willow and Cordelia, which makes them the vampire equivalent of siblings.

Childer Edit

This is a list of all of the vampires known to be sired by Xander: 

  • Charles Gunn
  • Connie Rubirosa
  • Lucas Scott
  • Nathan Scott

Harem members Edit

At any given time, Xander has a number of women at his beck and call for sexual relations from the MILFs in their 40s suffering from midlife crises to high school girls looking to explore their burgeoning sexuality (however, he has no sexual interest in pre-pubescents and will not even consider exploiting them in any way). He lost his virginity to Willow the day after they became vampires and the two have been regular bedmates ever since.

This is a list of all of the known members of Xander’s harem: 

  • Harmony Kendall
  • Janice Penshaw
  • Alonna Gunn
  • Lilah Morgan
  • Bay Kennish
  • Daphne Vasquez
  • Maureen Stabler
  • Kathleen Stabler
  • Alexis Castle
  • Max Black
  • Caroline Channing
  • Brooke Davis
  • Peyton Sawyer
  • Haley James Scott
  • Lucy Kinkirk
  • Ruthie Camden

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a vampire, Xander possesses all the usual powers and abilities of his species, such as superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, enhanced emotions, mind compulsion, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles. He drives a BMW 3 Series convertible and carries a M1911A1 in .45 ACP and a Gil Hibben 1999 Jackal dagger that he took from the late Mayor Richard Wilkins. He also has access to the Gem of Amara, which increases his physical powers and renders him invulnerable to all vampiric weaknesses; however, after numerous theft attempts, he faked the Gem’s destruction and stored it in a safety deposit box; these days, he wears a daylight protection ring that allows him to walk in the sunlight, but does not protect him from any other vampiric weaknesses (including but not limited to fire, wood, werewolf’s bite, or vervain). He lives in the Crawford Street mansion.

Principal Willow Danielle Rosenberg, B.S. Edit

Willow’s counterpart from an alternate universe, Principal Willow Danielle Rosenberg is a vampire who, along with her friends and classmates, took over Sunnydale in the late ’90s while still in high school. She is a minor, yet significant character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005.

Biography Edit

In this universe, Buffy Summers never moved to Sunnydale in 1997. Instead, she went on to have an illustrious career as a traveling Slayer until she failed her Cruciamentum test on her 18th birthday and met her end at the hands of Zachary Kralik. Meanwhile, back in Sunnydale, the Master completed the Harvest ritual and escaped captivity, which allowed the Order of Aurelius to conquer the town. However, the Master’s reign was a short one as he and his most trusted minions, including Darla and Luke, were all stabbed in the back by a group of recently-turned fledglings. With the Order dismantled, life in Sunnydale seemed to return to normal…

However, it turns out that those “recently-turned fledglings” that overthrew the Master were all members of Sunnydale High School Class of ’99. Between her, Xander, and Cordelia, they refused to bow to the Master and orchestrated a coup d’état. After the coup was complete, Willow finished high school (graduating as the Class Valedictorian) and college (where she earned a B.S. in computer science) and then helped take over the town. By 2011, Willow was the Principal of Sunnydale High School, in charge of educating the next generation of Sunnydale High Schoolers. Before becoming principal, Willow was the computer science teacher.

Of the core members of the coup, Willow is the most sadistic, and takes pleasure in both torture and the kill; Xander is more mercenary when it comes to the kill, while Cordelia only kills when she has to (or orders one of her minions/childer to do the job).

Romantic relationships Edit

Willow is unabashedly bisexual and regularly has sexual relations with both men and women (frequently at the same time). She is also a sadomasochist, fond of both inflicting and receiving pain. She gave her virginity to Xander the day after they became vampires, and the two have been regular bedmates ever since. Besides Xander, Willow’s primary sexual partner is Tara Maclay, a witch and the librarian at Sunnydale High School.

As a general rule, Willow does not have relations with the students under her care…although there are always a few exceptions, depending on the student.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a vampire, Willow possesses all the usual powers and abilities of her species, such as superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles. She wears a daylight protection ring that allows her to walk in the sunlight.

Willow is one of the few vampires in her universe that learned how to wield magic. In fact, she got so good at it that once she learned all that she wanted to learn from her little corner of the universe, she wanted to learn more and began breaching the barriers between the multiverse, resulting in various crossovers and upsetting the Grand Design. In order to save the multiverse from Willow’s attempt to quench her ever-growing thirst for more magic, more power, and more knowledge, her best friend and lover was convinced by his counterpart from another universe to force-feed her a power-stripping potion.

Congresswoman Cordelia Archer (née Chase), B.Sc., US House of Representatives Edit

Cordelia’s counterpart from an alternate universe, Congresswoman Cordelia “Cordy” Archer (née Chase) is a vampire who, along with her friends and classmates, took over Sunnydale in the late ’90s while still in high school. She is a minor, yet significant character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005.

Biography Edit

In this universe, Buffy Summers never moved to Sunnydale in 1997. Instead, she went on to have an illustrious career as a traveling Slayer until she failed her Cruciamentum test on her 18th birthday and met her end at the hands of Zachary Kralik. Meanwhile, back in Sunnydale, the Master completed the Harvest ritual and escaped captivity, which allowed the Order of Aurelius to conquer the town. However, the Master’s reign was a short one as he and his most trusted minions, including Darla and Luke, were all stabbed in the back by a group of recently-turned fledglings. With the Order dismantled, life in Sunnydale seemed to return to normal…

However, it turns out that those “recently-turned fledglings” that overthrew the Master were all members of Sunnydale High School Class of ’99. Between her, Xander, and Willow, they refused to bow to the Master and orchestrated a coup d’état. After the coup was complete, Cordy finished high school and then helped take over the town. In 2002, at the age of 21, Cordelia completed her business degree at UC Sunnydale and then was elected Mayor of Sunnydale in November. Although officially a member of the Republican party, Cordelia is more centrist than some of her more conservative peers.

In 2003, after becoming aware of the situation in Sunnydale, the Watcher’s Council under the leadership of Quentin Travers, ordered the Slayer to pacify the vampires’ “occupation” of the town along with the assistance of the Watchers’ hit squad and mercenaries hired from the Order of Teraka. The attempted takeover of Sunnydale was halted when the Watchers’ forces attacked a political function thrown by Cordelia, then the the newly-elected Mayor of Sunnydale, that was being attended by several VIPs, including the Governor of California, members of the California State Senate, and Sunnydale’s US Congressman. In the aftermath of the battle (during which a State Senator was killed), the Governor got in touch with the President of the United States and the British Ambassador, which culminated in the Watchers being forced by their home government to leave Sunnydale alone.

In 2014, Cordelia ran for Congress as a representative from California’s 24th congressional district after her predecessor decided to retire. As a newly-elected Congresswoman, Cordy is a junior member of the prestigious House Appropriations Committee, as well as the House Small Business Committee.

Of the core members of the coup, Cordelia has the lowest kill count (in fact, she has the lowest body count of any recorded Master Vampire) – not out of any moral or ethical reasons, but because killing with her own two hands is not worth her time or effort – after all, that’s what minions and childer are for!  

RelationshipsEdit

Cordelia came from a wealthy family. Her father was a stereotypical business tycoon – he graduated from an Ivy League school, got a good job and worked his way up the corporate ladder until he was running the show, complete with a trophy wife, a couple of hot daughters, and multiple mistresses (all of whom were in their 20s). After Cordelia and the others from the Class of ’99 were turned, she let her father live (unlike many of her fellow vampires who killed their human family), provided he live outside of Sunnydale. However, when the government came for the Chase family money because Mr. Chase didn’t pay his taxes for 12 years, Cordy killed him and the IRS investigator before having Willow erase all mention of her father’s money problems.

Cordy’s younger sister, Cybil, was a 12 year old (almost 13!) 7th grader when her older sister was turned into a vampire and then took over the town. After graduating from high school as the school’s head cheerleader and valedictorian, she went to college and earned a degree in political science. When Cordy was elected Mayor, Cybil became her Chief of Staff, and she joined her older sister in Washington when Cordy became a member of the House of Representatives.

Like Xander, Cordelia has had a long string of lovers since her transformation into a vampire. One of her favorite pastimes (when she was younger) is breaking in new partners, teaching them how to pleasure her (while rarely returning the favor). She has tutored dozens of young men between the ages of 18 and 21, taking them from blushing virgins who lose it at the sight of naked boobs and turn them into pornographic-level lovers. Since becoming Mayor of Sunnydale (and later Sunnydale’s Congresswoman), Cordy has also slept with various politicians, military officers, lobbyists, and other who’s who in the political world. In 2003, she slept with the British Ambassador to the US while he was in town after Quentin Travers and the Watchers attacked Sunnydale.

In 2013, upon realizing that she was going to make a run at Congress, Cordelia “settled down” with Troy Archer, who is 15 years her senior and the owner & operator of Sunnydale’s premier airplane charter company, Mouth of Hell Aviation, Inc., whom she has known since she was a teenager – he was her father’s personal valet in the sky before his death. Their marriage is an open one, with both Cordy and Troy having other lovers on the side.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a vampire, Cordelia possesses all the usual powers and abilities of her species, such as superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles. She wears a daylight protection ring that allows her to walk in the sunlight. Since joining the political world, Cordy has also had it enchanted to hide the fact that she still physically looks like a teenage girl.

Elizabeth Anne “Buffy” Summers, the Vampire Slayer (KIA, 1999) Edit

Buffy’s counterpart from an alternate universe, Buffy Anne Summers was a Vampire Slayer that was activated in the late 20th century. She is a minor, yet significant character of Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005.

Biography Edit

Born to Hank and Joyce Summers on January 19, 1981, she was called to be the Slayer in 1996 at the age of fifteen after the death of her predecessor, India Cohen.  She was originally based in Los Angeles, but, due to an incident involving a gang of vampires at Hemery High School there, she was forced to move.  She became a traveling Slayer and had an illustrious career of nearly three years.

During her traveling Slaying career, she was mentored by Dr. Rupert Giles, whom she grew to love like a father. She was wholly supportive (after a few initial weeks of discomfort) of Giles's relationship with her mother, and even gave her blessing when he proposed.

After the heartbreaking death of her boyfriend, Angel, in 1998, Buffy suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder, although she was never officially diagnosed. This led her to start acting out in her personal life – alcohol, drugs, and sex – although her Slaying didn’t appear to suffer.'

On her 18th birthday, Buffy was subjected by her Watcher to the Cruciamentum test, during which she was stripped of her powers and forced into mortal combat with a vampire, Zachary Kralik.  Unfortunately, Kralik got the upper hand and prevailed.  With Buffy’s death, the next Vampire Slayer, Faith Lehane was Called.

Romantic relationships Edit

Shortly after leaving Los Angeles, Buffy met Angel, the Vampire With a Soul.  The two fell in love and on Buffy’s 17th birthday, she gave Angel her virginity.  This led to a moment of perfect happiness, which released the gypsy curse on his soul and releasing Angelus for the first time in 100 years.  Buffy did her duty and staked the master vampire, an act that left her heartbroken.

Between Angel’s death and her own, Buffy engaged in numerous sexual liaisons with anyone who would have her (and as a beautiful teenage girl, she had no shortage of suitors); it didn’t matter to her if her lover was a male, female, human, demon…the only line she wouldn’t cross was vampires, as it was just too painful to be reminded of Angel. Often during those escapades, Buffy was drunk, high, or both.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Vampire Slayer, Buffy has all the usual powers of such, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, accelerated healing, a limited ability to sense supernatural activity, the collective memories of all past Slayers, precognitive dreams, and a natural proficiency with virtually all forms of weaponry and unarmed combat styles.

Lieutenant General Jack O’Neill, USAF (Ret.) Edit

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Lieutenant General Jonathan J. “Jack” O’Neill, USAF (Ret.) is the main character of Stargate: Continued, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Stargate franchised portrayed by Kurt Russell in the Stargate movie and by Richard Dean Anderson in Stargate: SG-1, Stargate: Atlantis, Stargate: Continuum, and Stargate: Universe.

Biography Edit

Commanding Officer of Homeworld Security, Lt. Gen. Jack O’Neill was born in Chicago, but raised in Roseville, Minnesota, a suburb of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. He attended Alexander Ramsey High School, where he played varsity hockey. He graduated near the top of his class in 1970 and was accepted into the United States Air Force Academy after securing a nomination from the US Representative from Minnesota’s 4th congressional district. While at the Academy, he received Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) and light aircraft training (in preparation for fighting in the Vietnam War), and played ice hockey for the Air Force Falcons. Jack graduated in the middle of his class with a degree in Aeronautical engineering.

After graduation, Jack was selected for flight training at Randolph Air Force Base, where he was one of the first to learn how to fly the F-15 Eagle. By the time he had completed flight school, the Vietnam War was over, and Jack decided to concentrate on being a test pilot. He attended the Air Force Institute of Technology where he earned a Master’s degree in Aeronautical engineering. In 1977, Jack was promoted to 1st Lieutenant and was assigned to the Air Force Flight Test Center at Edwards Air Force Base. In addition to the F-15, Jack also test piloted the XB-70 Valkryie high-altitude bomber, the YF-12 interceptor, and the SR-71 Blackbird Strategic Reconnaissance aircraft. A year later, he was invited to attend the USAF Special Operations School at Hurlburt Field in Florida. By 1980, Captain O’Neill was a fully-trained Pararescueman and Special Tactics Officer. He spent the next decade making a name for himself as one of the best Special Operators in the United States Armed Forces, and his duties and assignments during this time remain classified (although it is known that he has served with special warfare operators from the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and various international units, and has served on all of Earth’s continents except for Antarctica). In 1986, Major O’Neill attended the Air War College, where he earned a degree in Strategic studies. He saw action in Panama with the 24th Special Tactics Squadron and served as a staff officer for Special Operations Command, Europe during the Gulf War. In 1992, Lieutenant Colonel O’Neill relocated to Colorado Springs with his family when he was assigned command of the 1st Space Operations Squadron at Schriever Air Force Base. He was promoted to Colonel in 1994.

In the fall of 1994, after the death of his son, Charlie, then-Col. O’Neill led the Abydos Expedition (what was supposed to be a suicide mission), but ended up killing Ra, freeing the Abydonians from the Goa’uld, and inadvertently kicking off the Tau’ri-Goa’uld War. Upon the completion of the assignment, Jack retired from the Air Force and got divorced from his wife, Sara.

When Stargate Command was officially established in 1997, Jack was recalled to active duty. He became the leader of SG-1, the SGC’s flagship team, as well as the base’s 2nd-in-Command. After seven years on SG-1, Jack took a promotion to Brigadier General and was assigned as the Commanding Officer of Stargate Command in 2004, promoting his 2nd-in-command, Major Samantha Carter, to Lieutenant Colonel and naming her the new Commanding Officer of SG-1. A year later, when Gen. Hammond retired from the Air Force after a 40-year career, Jack received his second star and transferred to the Pentagon to serve as Commanding Officer of Homeworld Security.

As Commander, Homeworld Security, Jack is responsible for monitoring Stargate Command, the SGC’s off-world bases, the Tau’ri space fleet, and the Atlantis and Destiny Expeditions, and his command is made up of service members from all five branches of the military. In 2009, Jack was promoted to Lieutenant General. Due to the classified nature of Homeworld Security, Jack’s official position is that of a General Officer attached to the Joint Staff.

In 2005, Jack became acquainted with Xander Harris and his Cabal that branched off from the International Council of Slayers and Watchers. Working together, they were able to help Max and Isabel Evans and Michael Guerin, three alien refugees that had lived on Earth their entire lives, along with their human friends Liz Evans (who was also Max’s wife), Maria DeLuca, and Kyle Valenti, return home to their lives in Roswell, New Mexico by getting them placed under his jurisdiction – and his protection – rather than the FBI and NID, who’d spent the better part of three years looking for the six of them while they were on the run.

Since their first meeting, Jack and Xander have become friends. Shortly after Jack’s promotion to Lieutenant General in 2009, the two spent a Saturday at Jack’s cabin in Silver Creek, Minnesota, fishing, drinking beer, and swapping stories. However, since both Jack and Xander individually are trouble magnets, by putting them together everybody knew something was going to happen…and happen it did. Jack’s and Xander’s relaxing day turned into escape from the captivity of a minor Goa’uld, who sought to make a name for himself by killing the legendary Jack O’Neill. Working together like they were longtime comrades, Jack and Xander were able to kill the Goa’uld, highjack the ha’tak (which Jack finally got to name the Homer Simpson), and fly it back to Earth.

While he was the SGC base commander, Jack learned of a group of law enforcement, legal, medical, military, and political personnel from all over the world that have come together to take on the supernatural, extraterrestrial, and other forces of darkness called the Paranormal Investigation Unit, and became an ally of the group.

He retired from active duty at the end of 2012 at the age of 60. He held his retirement party at the SGC during their annual Christmas party. After his retirement from the Air Force, Jack sold his apartment in Silver Spring and divides his time between Minnesota, California, and Colorado.

Career Edit

Education Edit

  • 1970 – Alexander Ramsey High School, Roseville, MN
  • 1974 – Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical engineering – United States Air Force Academy, CO
  • 1977 – Master of Science degree in Aeronautical engineering – Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH
  • 1978 – Combat Control Selection Course, Lackland Air Force Base, TX
  • 1979 – Combat Control Operator Course, Keesler Air Force Base, MS
  • 1979 – Air Force Basic Survival School, Fairchild Air Force Base, WA
  • 1979 – United States Army Airborne School, Fort Benning, GA
  • 1979 – Combat Control School, Pope Air Force Base, NC
  • 1980 – Special Tactics Advanced Skills Training, Hurlburt Field, FL
  • 1980 – Army Military Free Fall Parachutist School, Fort Bragg, NC & Yuma Proving Ground, AZ
  • 1980 – Air Force Combat Diver School, Navy Diving and Salvage Training Center, Naval Support Activity Panama City, FL
  • 1986 – Master of Strategic Studies – Air War College, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL
  • 2004 – CAPSTONE Military Leadership Program, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C.

List of assignments Edit

  • 1974–1975 – Student, 12th Flying Training Wing – Randolph Air Force Base, TX
  • 1975–1977 – Student, Air Force Institute of Technology – Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH
  • 1977–1978 – Test pilot, Air Force Flight Test Center – Edwards Air Force Base, CA
  • 1978–1980 – Student, USAF Special Operations School – Hurlburt Field, FL
  • 1981–1985 – Special Tactics Officer, United States Air Force Special Operations Command – Hurlburt Field, FL
  • 1985–1986 – Student, Air War College – Maxwell Air Force Base, AL
  • 1986–1989 – Special Tactics Officer, United States Air Force Special Operations Command – Hurlburt Field, FL
  • 1989–1990 – Special Tactics Officer, 24th Special Tactics Squadron – Pope Air Force Base, NC
  • 1990–1991 – Plans & Strategy Officer (J-5), Special Operations Command Europe – Panzer Kaserne, Germany (stationed in Kuwait and Iraq)
  • 1992–1994 – Commanding Officer, 1st Space Operations Squadron – Schriever Air Force Base, CO
  • October 28, 1994 – Team Leader, Abydos Expedition – Abydos
  • July 27, 1997–July 9, 2004 – Team Leader, SG-1/Deputy Commander, Stargate Command – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO
  • July 9, 2004–February 22, 2005 – Commanding Officer, Stargate Command – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO
  • July 15, 2005–December 31, 2012 – Commanding Officer, Homeworld Security – The Pentagon, Washington, D.C.

Awards and decorations Edit

The following are the awards and decorations worn by Lt. Gen. Jack O’Neill (Ret.)

Badges Edit
  • Master Parachutist Badge
  • Command Space Operations Badge
Medals & Ribbons Edit
  • Defense Distinguished Service Medal (2)
  • Distinguished Service Medal
  • Navy Distinguished Service Medal
  • Air Force Distinguished Service Medal (3)
  • Coast Guard Distinguished Service Medal
  • Defense Superior Service Medal (2)
  • Airman’s Medal
  • Defense Meritorious Service Medal
  • Meritorious Service Medal (4)
  • Air Medal (3)
  • Aerial Achievement Medal
  • Joint Service Commendation Medal
  • Air Force Commendation Medal (3)
  • Air Force Achievement Medal (3)
  • Presidential Unit Citation
  • Joint Meritorious Unit Award
  • Air Force Outstanding Unit Award (4, w/Valor device)
  • Air Force Organizational Excellence Award
  • Combat Readiness Medal (2)
  • National Defense Service Medal (3)
  • Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (2)
  • Southwest Asia Service Medal (2)
  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
  • Air Force Overseas Short Tour Service Ribbon (3)
  • Air Force Overseas Long Tour Service Ribbon
  • Air Force Longevity Service Award (8)
  • Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon (2)
  • Air Force Training Ribbon
  • Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia)
  • Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait)

For his participation in the Battle of Antarctica in 2004, Jack is authorized to wear the Presidential Unit Citation.

In 2005, Jack was awarded his second Air Force Distinguished Service Medal for his year in command of the SGC.

In 2007, all members of Stargate Command (and Homeworld Security) were authorized to wear the Joint Meritorious Unit Award after the defeat of the Ori.

During his retirement ceremony, Jack was awarded his second Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Army Distinguished Service Medal, the Navy Distinguished Service Medal, his third Air Force Distinguished Service Medal, the Coast Guard Distinguished Service Medal, and his second Defense Superior Service Medal.

Does not wear Edit

As a Special Tactics Officer with United States Air Force Special Operations Command and then an officer with both Stargate Command and Homeworld Security, Jack is also a recipient of awards for classified operations, and thus does not wear them on his uniform every day.

Badges Edit
  • Command Pilot Badge
  • Military Freefall Parachutist Badge
  • Diver insignia
  • British Parachutist Badge
  • French Parachutist Badge
  • German Parachutist Badge
  • Air Force Distinguished Rifleman Badge
  • Air Force Distinguished Pistol Shot Badge
  • Special Tactics Officer (STO) Flash
  • Air Force Commander’s Insignia
Medals & Ribbons Edit
  • Medal of Honor
  • Air Force Cross
  • Silver Star
  • Legion of Merit
  • Bronze Star (w/Valor device)
  • Purple Heart (7)
  • Prisoner of War Medal (2)

Jack is a recipient of the Air Force Cross, Silver Star, and Bronze Star with Valor for various operations as a Special Tactics Officer with United States Air Force Special Operations Command.

In 2004, Jack was awarded the Legion of Merit “for exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services and achievements” while leading SG-1 over the past seven years.

Jack is authorized to wear the Prisoner of War Medal for being taken hostage in Iraq during the Gulf War (while officially a member of the plans and strategy office of Special Operations Command, Europe) and for his time of captivity at the hands of the Goa’uld System Lord Ba’al in 2002.

During his special operations training, Jack was awarded various badges and insignia that he does not wear on his Class “A” uniform, including the Military Freefall Parachutist Badge, Diver insignia, and the British, French, and German Parachutist Badges. As team leader of SG-1, Jack wore the Air Force Commander’s Insignia.

Medal of Honor citation Edit
Medal of honor (air force)
“The President of the United States in the name of The Congress takes great pleasure in presenting the MEDAL OF HONOR to

COLONEL JACK O’NEILL

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE

For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty while serving with SG-1 and Stargate Command on 19 March 2004.  Colonel O’Neill, while under the influence of the Ancient Repository of Knowledge, led SG-1 to Proclarush Taonas, an Ancient outpost, where they retrieved a Zero Point Module, before returning to Earth and joined in the Battle of Antarctica. During the battle, Colonel O’Neill, in spite of the brain damage caused by the Ancient Repository, used the Control Chair in the Antarctic outpost to activate thousands of Drone weapons, which destroyed the Goa’uld Anubis’s invasion fleet. Colonel O’Neill’s extraordinary heroism, self-sacrifice and personal bravery were in the highest traditions of the military service, and have reflected great credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.

Other Edit

In 1990, Lt. Gen. O’Neill received a statue and plaque from the Air Force Special Operations Unit at Mildenhall Air Force Base, England.

In 1992, Lt. Gen. O’Neill was recognized for Excellence of Achievement While Conducting Special Operations under the auspices of the US Air Force Space Systems Command.

In 2000, after helping the Asgard in their war against the Replicators, Thor, the Supreme Commander of the Asgard Fleet, named his new flagship the O’Neill.

In 2009, Lt. Gen. O’Neill was honored by Master Bra’tac of the Free Jaffa Nation who proclaimed him an honorary Jaffa Master.

Effective dates of promotion Edit

  • 1974 – 2nd Lieutenant
  • 1977 – 1st Lieutenant
  • 1980 – Captain
  • 1985 – Major
  • 1992 – Lieutenant Colonel
  • 1994 – Colonel
  • July 9, 2004 – Brigadier General
  • July 15, 2005 – Major General
  • October 2, 2009 – Lieutenant General

Staff Edit

As a three-star officer in charge of a quasi-Unified Combatant Command (albeit a classified one), Lt. Gen. O’Neill maintains a senior staff in order to help him effectively run Homeworld Security. His immediate superior is the United States Secretary of Defense.

Personal staff Edit
  • Major General Henry “Hank” Landry, USAF – Deputy Commander (2005–2011)
  • Brigadier General Cameron John “Cam” Mitchell, USAF – Deputy Commander (2011–2012)
  • Lieutenant Colonel Paul Davis, USAF – Chief of Staff (2009–2012)
  • Command Sergeant Major Jonas Blane, US Army – Command Senior Enlisted Advisor (2009–2012)
  • Janelle Sellner – Executive Assistant (2005–2012)
  • Technical Sergeant Oscar Castillo, USAF – Chief Bodyguard (2009–2012)
  • Dr. Carolyn Lam, M.D. – Chief Medical Officer (2005–2012)
Directorates Edit
  • Colonel Danielle “Dani” Wilson, USAF – Director of Manpower and Personnel (J-1)
  • Commander Ryan Miller, USCG – Director of Intelligence (J-2) (2009–2012)
  • Captain Curtis Rivers, US Navy SEALs – Director of Operations (J-3) (2009–2012)
  • Brigadier General Megan Ashcroft, US Army – Director of Logistics (J-4) (2009–2012)
  • Colonel Michael “Mike” Fowler, USMC – Director of Plans and Strategy (J-5) (2009–2012)
  • Commander Jason Rehme, USN – Director of Signals (communications and information technology) (J-6) (2010–2012)
  • Colonel Joseph Michael “Joe” Pressman, USMC – Director of Training (J-7)
  • Colonel Claire Wynn, USAF – Director of Finance/Comptroller (J-8) (2005–2009)
Special Staff Edit
  • Mr. – Foreign Policy Advisor
  • Colonel Thomas “Tom” Rundell, USAF – Public Affairs Officer
  • Brigadier General Donald James “Don” Richardson, JAGC, USAF – Staff Judge Advocate (2005–2009)
  • Rear Admiral, lower half Harmon “Harm” Rabb, Jr., JAGC, USN – Staff Judge Advocate (2009–2012)
  • Supervisory Special Agent Richard Kendrick, OSI – Investigative Specialist/OSI Liaison Officer
Subordinate commands Edit
  • Stargate Command – Major General Henry “Hank” Landry, USAF (2005–2011)
  • Stargate Command – Brigadier General Cameron John “Cam” Mitchell, USAF (2011–2012)
  • Atlantis Expedition – Richard Woolsey (2008–2012) (concurrent with IOA)/Colonel John Sheppard, USAF (2009–2012) (military commander)
  • Destiny Expedition – Colonel Everett Young, USAF (2009–2011, in stasis)
  • Tau’ri Space Fleet – Brigadier General Steven Caldwell, USAF (2009–2012)

Personal life Edit

During the 1980s and early ’90s, Jack was happily married to Sara O’Neill, with whom he had a son, Charlie. In 1994, tragedy struck the O’Neill family when Charlie accidentally shot himself while playing soldier with Jack’s gun. In his grief, Jack accepted a would-be suicide mission (the Abydos Expedition); upon surviving, Jack and Sara divorced due to their irreconcilable differences (Jack blamed himself and refused to talk about it, which led to Sara leaving him).

Upon taking command of SG-1, Jack harbored a romantic interest in his 2nd-in-command, Captain Samantha Carter; that interest grew over the eight years they worked closely together, but nothing ever came of it due to the Air Force’s fraternization regulations.

That’s not to say that Jack was celibate since his divorce. He had short-lived relationships with Kynthia of Argos (whom he accidentally married off-world), Laira of Edora, and in 2005, he had a brief relationship with Kerry Johnson, the CIA liaison to the SGC. While in Washington, Jack had a year-long relationship with Brig. Gen. Claire Wynn, the Director for Budget Operations and Personnel for the United States Department of the Air Force (who had previously served as his J-8 before her promotion).

Over the course of his 35-year career in the Air Force, Jack has made many friends all over the Armed Forces in all different ranks. One of his old friends from the 24th Special Tactics Squadron, Anthony Gunderson, eventually rose to the position of Senior Enlisted Advisor to the United States Special Operations Command. He is a close friend of General Norton A. Schwartz, the Air Force Chief of Staff (whom he served with during Desert Storm), and was also acquainted with Generals T. Michael Moseley, John P. Jumper, and Michael E. Ryan, all former Air Force Chiefs of Staff, during his time with the SGC and Homeworld Security.

He is regarded as the Founding Father of Stargate Command, easily the most well-respected member of the entire program. Everybody who has served at the SGC, from the senior officers to the most junior enlisted personnel, would gladly stand by the General and follow him wherever he leads them. He regards Dr. Daniel Jackson as his best friend (and the biggest pain in his ass), and considers Jaffa Master Teal’c his brother. He has nothing but respect for both Cameron Mitchell, who took over command of SG-1 after he was kicked upstairs, and Jonas Quinn, who spent a year on SG-1 while Daniel was Ascended, and is constantly amused by Vala Mal Doran, the former thief-turned-SG-1 team member. He had a strong friendship with the late General George Hammond, who served as his CO for eight years, and is friends with retired General Hank Landry.

Jack is the godfather of Cassandra, the last survivor of the planet Hanka, who came to Earth at the age of 12 and was adopted by Dr. Janet Fraiser after the Goa’uld Nirrti killed her planet’s entire population. He also has a clone, Jon O’Neill, who was 15 when he was created by the rogue Asgard Loki in 2003.

During his year as Commander of Stargate Command, he was friends with and regularly played poker against El Paso County Sheriff Andy Johnson, the Chief of the Colorado Springs Police Department, and the Commanding General of Peterson Air Force Base.

Despite his friendly relationship with the President of the United States and his cordial friendship with the Secretaries of Defense and Air Force, his relationship with various members of the Cabinet (including the White House Chief of Staff) and certain members of both houses of Congress isn’t nearly as good (Jack has a tendency to call the politicians out on putting politics and bureaucracy before common sense).

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a three-star officer in the United States Air Force, Jack carries a FN Five-seveN in 5.7×28mm as his personal sidearm (once the SGC adopted the FN P-90 as the standard weapon of off-world teams, Jack also made the switch from the Beretta M9 to the FN Five-seveN, which uses the same type of ammunition as the P-90), drives a Ford F-350 pickup truck in civilian life, and owns cabins in both El Paso County, Colorado, and Silver Creek, Minnesota, an apartment in Silver Spring, Maryland, and always has a room at the Oceana Santa Monica hotel (one of the managers there is a former SGC member who received a medical discharge after being wounded off-world).

As a direct descendent of an Ancient (Alteran), Jack possesses a strong ATA-gene, which enables him to utilize Ancient technology with ease. He has also been exposed to the Ancient Repository of Knowledge twice, which has left him with subconscious knowledge of the information contained within. He was also the temporary host to the Tok’ra symbiont Kanan, who was killed by Ba’al’s Jaffa and led to Jack’s capture.

Jack is a superb marksman who has qualified as an expert with almost every weapon in the United States Armed Forces’ arsenal, knife thrower, able to accurately throw a knife under battlefield conditions into the palm of a Goa’uld to destroy a hand device, and martial artist, having been trained inMarine Corps Martial Arts during his Special Ops training; he has also been trained by both Teal’c and Master Bra’tac in Jaffa fighting styles. He is almost completely immune to the effects of the zat’nik’tel after being hit by one so often in his career. He is also gifted with strong mental defenses that enable him to resist both mind reading and mind control.

Alternate versions Edit

In an alternate universe visited by Xander Harris in 2011, Major General Jack O’Neill retired from the Air Force in 2008 after three years as Commanding Officer of Homeworld Security in order to marry his longtime lover, Colonel Samantha Carter, just back from her tour of duty as Commanding Officer of the Atlantis Expedition and who was about to be promoted to Brigadier General and given command of the SGC.

In this hedonistic universe, Jack was, like his counterpart, divorced from Sara after the death of his son. Unlike his counterpart, this Jack dealt with the loss by having sex with the various female junior officers and enlisted personnel under his command, many of whom were happy to sleep with the Colonel if it would advance their careers.

After the formation of the SGC, Jack became well-known throughout the cosmos for both his tactical brilliance and, among the female aliens, his skills as a lover (one of his most memorable escapades was taking the completely callous Tok’ra scientist/archaeologist Anise and turning her into a callous nymphomanicial scientist/archaeologist).

In 2011, during his road trip across the country, Xander Harris, the master vampire in control of Sunnydale, encountered Jack and Sam while he was passing through Colorado Springs. The three of them engaged in a rather hot threesome, and Xander added them to his list of contacts before continuing his journey.

Miscellaneous Edit

  • This article utilizes information from Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never TrainedStargate: ContinuedSG-20Taking Back the Night, and After the Series.

Brigadier General Cameron John “Cam” Mitchell, USAF (Ret.) Edit

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Brigadier General Cameron John “Cam” Mitchell, USAF (Ret.) is a main character of Stargate: Continued, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Stargate franchise portrayed by Ben Browder in Stargate SG-1Stargate: The Ark of Truth, and Stargate: Continuum.

Biography Edit

A decorated combat pilot, Cam Mitchell flew for the Air Force in times of both war and peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia, Kosovo, and Afghanistan. In 2003, he was recruited to the Stargate Program to fly Earth’s first space-worthy fighter-interceptor, the F-302. Cam was the leader of Blue Squadron stationed on the U.S.S. Prometheus in 2004 during the Battle of Antarctica against the Goa’uld System Lord Anubis, where he was grievously wounded. During his long recovery, he was decorated with the Air Force Cross and promised any position he wanted by then-Brigadier General Jack O’Neill.

Cam returned to duty in 2005 and requested reassignment to SG-1 – however, the team had disbanded in the wake of the defeat of the Goa’uld. Shortly after his appointment, the Ori crusade began, and Cam was able to bring the band back together. In 2006, Cam, Lt. Col. Samantha Carter, Dr. Daniel Jackson, and Teal’c were joined by Vala Mal Doran. In 2007, both he and Lt. Col. Carter were promoted to full Colonel, and shortly thereafter, Carter was reassigned to command the Atlantis Expedition. While serving on SG-1, Cam took temporary command of the U.S.S. Odyssey during the final battle of the Ori crusade.

In 2011, Cam took the promotion to Brigadier General and the post of Commanding Officer of Stargate Command (and Deputy Commander of Homeworld Security) when Gen. Landry took mandatory retirement a few months before his 66th birthday. Although the first choice for the position was Col. Carter, she declined in order to remain Captain of the U.S.S. George Hammond, and instead the position went to the equally-qualified SG-1 team leader.

With Cam’s promotion came the unofficial disbandment of SG-1 (again). Lt. Gen. O’Neill was still at the Pentagon serving as Commander of Homeworld Security, with Lt. Col. Paul Davis as his Chief of Staff. Col. Carter commanded the Hammond, while Dr. Jackson, himself five years Cam’s senior who had been with the SGC since the first mission to Abydos in 1994, had taken the same semi-retirement that Cam did, working behind a desk out of the SGC, Homeworld Security, or anywhere else he was needed instead of out in the field, and CMSgt. Walter Harriman had retired from the Air Force after a 30-year career. Of SG-1’s two alien members, Teal’c now serves as the Ambassador between the Free Jaffa Nation and Earth and its interstellar allies, while Vala became Earth’s first interstellar cargo shipmaster.

Cam was grateful for the promotion, as his multiple injuries from his 19 years in the Air Force and especially the ones he received while on SG-1 were about to take him out of the field anyways; this way, he remained in the Air Force and with the SGC (and with a bigger paycheck and better parking spot, too!), able to keep an eye on his friends and colleagues. However, Cam was made tacitly aware that, due to his injuries, command of the SGC would be his terminal assignment.

As Commander of the SGC, Cam is considered by his subordinates to be an excellent commanding officer, having found a unique balance between military professionalism and letting his people do the jobs that they do best no matter what rank or position they hold – a skill he picked up during his years on SG-1. He has had occasion to journey through the Stargate since being promoted, usually to one of the SGC’s off-world bases or diplomatic functions with allies of the Tau’ri, and he makes the most of those visits.

As 2013 came to a close, Cam officially announced his retirement from the Air Force, and his final day in uniform was Friday, March 28, 2014. His successor is Major General Steven Caldwell, who was promoted from Commodore of the Tau’ri Space Fleet.

Career Edit

Education

  • 1992 – Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering mechanics – United States Air Force Academy, CO
  • 1997 – Squadron Officer School, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL
  • 1998 – USAF Weapons School, Nellis Air Force Base, NV
  • 1998 – United States Army Airborne School, Fort Benning, GA
  • 2001 – Master of Science degree in Mechanical engineering – Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University, FL
  • 2011 – CAPSTONE Military Leadership Program, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C.

List of assignments Edit

  • 1992–1993 – Student, 12th Flying Training Wing – Randolph Air Force Base, TX
  • 1993–1995 – F-15 Pilot, 53d Fighter Squadron – Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany
  • 1995–1996 – Staff Officer, Air Staff – The Pentagon, Washington, D.C.
  • 1996–1997 – Student, Squadron Officer School – Maxwell Air Force Base, AL
  • 1997–1997 – Student, United States Army Airborne School – Fort Benning, GA
  • 1997–2003 – F-15 Pilot, 1st Fighter Squadron – Tyndall Air Force Base, FL
  • 2003–2004 – Squadron Commander, Blue Squadron, 1st Space Fighter Wing - U.S.S. Prometheus
  • 2005–2011 – Team Leader, SG-1 – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO
  • 2011–2014 – Commanding Officer, Stargate Command/Deputy Commander, Homeworld Security – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO

Awards and decorations Edit

The following are the awards and decorations worn by Brig. Gen. Cameron Mitchell (Ret.)

Badges Edit
  • Command Pilot Badge
  • Parachutist Badge
  • Air Force Commander's Insignia (as a Lieutenant Colonel and Colonel)
Medals & Ribbons Edit
  • Air Force Cross
  • Defense Distinguished Service Medal
  • Air Force Distinguished Service Medal
  • Defense Superior Service Medal
  • Legion of Merit
  • Distinguished Flying Cross
  • Purple Heart (4)
  • Meritorious Service Medal (4)
  • Air Medal (4)
  • Aerial Achievement Medal (6)
  • Air Force Commendation Medal (2)
  • Air Force Achievement Medal
  • Presidential Unit Citation
  • Joint Meritorious Unit Award
  • Air Force Outstanding Unit Award
  • Combat Readiness Medal
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal
  • Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
  • Humanitarian Service Medal
  • Air Force Overseas Short Tour Service Ribbon
  • Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon
  • Air Force Longevity Service Award (5)
  • Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon (2)
  • Air Force Training Ribbon

Cam was awarded the Air Force Cross for his actions as a F-302 pilot against Anubis’s forces during the Battle of Antarctica in 2004. For his participation in the battle, he is also authorized to wear the Presidential Unit Citation.

In 2007, all members of Stargate Command were authorized to wear the Joint Meritorious Unit Award after the defeat of the Ori.

In 2011, Cam was awarded the Legion of Merit “for exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services and achievements” while leading SG-1 over the past six years.

During his retirement ceremony, Cam was awarded the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Air Force Distinguished Service Medal, and the Defense Superior Service Medal.

Effective dates of promotion Edit

  • 1992 – 2nd Lieutenant
  • 1994 – 1st Lieutenant
  • 1997 – Captain
  • 2002 – Major
  • 2005 – Lieutenant Colonel
  • 2007 – Colonel
  • 2011 – Brigadier General

Staff Edit

As the Commanding Officer of Stargate Command, Brig. Gen. Mitchell maintains a senior staff in order to help him effectively run the SGC. His immediate superior is Lt. Gen. O’Neill, the Commander of Homeworld Security.

  • Colonel Evan Lorne, USAF – Deputy Commander
  • Command Chief Master Sergeant Rafael Rivera, USAF – Command Chief Master Sergeant (2011–2014)
  • Dr. Carolyn Lam, M.D. – Chief Medical Officer (2011–2014)
  • Colonel Patrick Michael “Pat” Sullivan, JAGC, USAF – Staff Judge Advocate (2011–2012)
  • Chaplain (Lieutenant Colonel) Michael “Mike” Callaghan, USAF – Chaplain (2011–2014)

Miscellaneous Edit

  • This version of Cameron Mitchell is nearly identical to the one seen in Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, SG-20, and Taking Back the Night.

Brigadier General Samantha “Sam” Carter, Ph.D., USAFR Edit

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Brigadier General Samantha “Sam” Carter, Ph.D., USAFR is a main character of Stargate: Continued, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character of the Stargate franchise portrayed by Amanda Tapping in Stargate SG-1Stargate AtlantisStargate: The Ark of TruthStargate: Continuum, and Stargate Universe.

Biography Edit

A longtime veteran of the Stargate Program, Samantha Carter, born on December 29, 1968 at Ramstein Air Base in Germany, is second-generation Air Force. Her father, Jacob, was a Vietnam War veteran who eventually rose to the rank of Major General. Due to her father’s career, Sam and her brother Mark were raised on a variety of different Air Force bases all over the globe. In 1981, when she was 12 and her brother was 10, Sam’s mother, Debra, was killed in a traffic accident. Both Carter siblings blamed their father, who was supposed to go pick her up at the airport; eventually, Sam forgave her father, and followed in his footsteps.

After graduating from high school, Sam was accepted into the United States Air Force Academy, where she graduated first in her class with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics. She attended flight training and was assigned to a fighter squadron, where she logged over 100 hours in enemy airspace during the Gulf War. She then attended Stanford University, where she earned a Ph.D. in Astrophysics (specializing in theoretical astrophysics). She was then assigned to the Pentagon, where she was part of the nascent Stargate Program, responsible for trying to decipher how to activate the Stargate. In 1994, the Stargate was opened thanks to Dr. Daniel Jackson; three years later, Stargate Command was activated, and Captain Carter became a member of Colonel O’Neill’s team, SG-1, as his executive officer and science specialist.

In 1998, Captain Carter was taken over by a Tok’ra symbiont, Jolinar of Malkshur, who sacrificed herself to save Sam from the Ashrak Edrekh, a high-rank assassin sent after Jolinar. This experience left her with memories of the Tok’ra and a protein marker in her blood allowing her to use Goa’uld technology.

She is considered Earth’s leading expert on the Stargate and other alien technology, and Colonel O’Neill once emphatically proclaimed her brain to be a national resource.

After ten years on SG-1 (including one year as team leader and two as co-commander), now-Colonel Carter transferred to the Atlantis Expedition, where she served as Commanding Officer. She was reassigned after one year due to her own success (and the International Oversight Advisory that supervised the multinational program’s desire to have a civilian commander rather than a military officer). Returning to Earth, she attended the Air Command and Staff College, where she earned a Master of Military Operational Art and Science degree while her next position, Captain of the Earth warship Phoenix, was being constructed.

In 2009, Sam took command of the U.S.S. George Hammond (renamed after the passing of retired SGC Commander, Lt. Gen. George Hammond). As a starship captain, Col. Carter’s immediate superior is Brig. Gen. Steven Caldwell, the Commodore of the Tau’ri Space Fleet. One of Col. Carter’s goals upon taking command of the Hammond was to make it not just a warship, but also a scientific vessel to study various stellar phenomena, including planets, moons, nebulas, stars, and more. With the permission of both Lt. Gen. O’Neill and Brig. Gen. Caldwell, her request was granted, but with the understanding that planetary, interstellar, and intergalactic defense comes before any and all scientific missions. In her four years as Captain of the Hammond, Col. Carter and her crew accrued more knowledge of Earth’s solar system and its interstellar neighborhood than in the recorded history.

In 2010, Col. Carter and the Hammond took on a distinguished guest, retired US Senator and astronaut John Glenn. He joined the Hammond on a month-long survey of the solar system, during which time he regaled the crew with stories of his own trips to space.

In 2011, Col. Carter was offered a promotion to Brigadier General and command of the SGC, but she turned it down in order to remain Captain of the Hammond.

In 2012, the President of the United States, fresh off his reelection victory, asked Col. Carter if she’d like to join his staff as the Assistant to the President for Science and Technology and Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. With the encouragement of both her team and her crew, she accepted the President’s nomination. On January 20, 2013, Col. Carter received a transfer to the United States Air Force Reserve with the rank of Brigadier General as she started her new civilian career as the President’s Science Advisor.

Career Edit

Education

  • 1989 – Bachelor of Science degree in Physics – United States Air Force Academy, CO
  • 1994 – Ph.D. in Astrophysics – Stanford University, CA
  • 2009 – Master of Military Operational Art and Science degree – Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL

List of assignments Edit

  • 1989–1990 – Student, 12th Flying Training Wing – Randolph Air Force Base, TX
  • 1990–1992 – Pilot, United States Air Force
  • 1992–1994 – Student, Stanford University
  • 1994–1997 – Science Officer, Stargate Program – The Pentagon, Washington, D.C.
  • July 27, 1997–July 9, 2004 – Executive Officer/Science Officer, SG-1 – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO
  • July 9, 2004–February 22, 2005 – Team Leader, SG-1 – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO
  • July 15, 2005–August 19, 2005 – Commanding Officer, Stargate Research & Development – Nellis Air Force Base, NV
  • August 26, 2005–October 2007 – Co-Commander, SG-1 – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO
  • October 12, 2007–July 11, 2008 – Commanding Officer, Atlantis Expedition
  • July 2008–January 2009 – Student, Air Command and Staff College – Maxwell Air Force Base, AL
  • October 2, 2009–January 20, 2013 – Commanding Officer, U.S.S. George S. Hammond
  • January 20, 2013–Present – Assistant to the President for Science and Technology and Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy – White House, Washington, D.C.

Awards and decorations Edit

The following are the awards and decorations worn by Brig. Gen. Samantha Carter.

Badges Edit
  • Command Space Operations Badge
  • Presidential Service Badge
  • Air Force Commander's Insignia (as a Lieutenant Colonel and Colonel)
Medals & Ribbons Edit
  • Defense Superior Service Medal
  • Legion of Merit
  • Airman’s Medal
  • Bronze Star
  • Purple Heart (4)
  • Meritorious Service Medal
  • Air Force Commendation Medal
  • Air Force Achievement Medal
  • Presidential Unit Citation
  • Joint Meritorious Unit Award
  • Air Force Organizational Excellence Award
  • Combat Readiness Medal
  • National Defense Service Medal (2)
  • Air Force Longevity Service Award (6)
  • Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon (2)
  • Air Force Training Ribbon

In 2001, Col. O’Neill presented Sam with the Bronze Star for “heroic or meritorious achievement or service” for destroying Apophis’s fleet by blowing up the planet Vorash’s sun.

For her participation in the Battle of Antarctica in 2004, Sam is authorized to wear the Presidential Unit Citation.

In 2007, all members of Stargate Command were authorized to wear the Joint Meritorious Unit Award after the defeat of the Ori.

In 2008, after her tour of duty as Commander of the Atlantis Expedition, Sam was awarded the Defense Superior Service Medal. In 2013, she was awarded the Legion of Merit upon completion of her tour as Captain of the Hammond.

Since joining the President’s staff, Sam is authorized to wear the Presidential Service Badge on her uniform.

Effective dates of promotion Edit

  • 1989 – 2nd Lieutenant
  • 1992 – 1st Lieutenant
  • 1995 – Captain
  • July 9, 1999 – Major
  • July 9, 2004 – Lieutenant Colonel
  • September 2007 – Colonel
  • January 20, 2013 – Brigadier General

Personal life Edit

Having spent a majority of her career on a special/black-ops command, Sam doesn’t have much of a personal life. During her off-hours, she likes to work on her motorcycle (sometimes helped by MSgt. Sylvester Siler), work on Naquadah generators, correct physics errors in scientific journals, and hang out with her goddaughter, Cassie Fraiser.

Over the years, Sam has had a number of romantic interests and lovers (many of whom have died, leading some to call her “Black Widow Carter”), including Captain Jonas Hanson, who was killed off-world by a people he had manipulated into worshiping him as a god, Martouf, a Tok’ra previously involved with Jolinar who was killed when, under Za’tarc programming, he attempted to assassinate the President of the United States, Narim, a member of the Tollan who is presumed deceased along with the rest of his people, Ambassador Joe Faxon, who was taken prisoner and presumed deceased at the hands of the Aschen, Orlin, an Ascended Being who died after Descending again, and Detective Pete Shanahan, a police officer with the Denver Police Department whom Sam broke up with after the death of her father (just days before their wedding). She is also the object of affection for Dr. Rodney McKay and many of the SGC’s personnel, and she shares a longtime mutual attraction to Jack O’Neill that grew over the eight years they worked closely together, but nothing ever came of it due to the Air Force’s fraternization regulations.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a decorated officer of the United States Air Force, Brig. Gen. Carter carries a FN Five-seveN in 5.7×28mm as her personal sidearm (once the SGC adopted the FN P-90 as the standard weapon of off-world teams, Sam also made the switch from the Beretta M9 to the FN Five-seveN, which uses the same type of ammunition as the P-90), and owns a silver Volvo and an Indian Chief motorcycle as her civilian vehicle of choice. She is an expert marksman and is a Level 4-rated hand-to-hand combatant. Because she is the former host to the Tok’ra Jolinar of Malkshur, Brig. Gen. Carter has enough naquadah in her bloodstream to utilize Goa’uld technology, including a kara kesh (ribbon device) and a healing device, as well as the ability to sense other Goa’uld or Tok’ra.

Alternate versions Edit

In an alternate universe visited by Xander Harris in 2011, Brigadier General Samantha Carter-O’Neill spent a year as Commanding Officer of the Atlantis Expedition, after serving on SG-1 for over a decade. She was promoted to Brigadier General and named Commander of Stargate Command in 2009 after the retirement of Major General Hank Landry.

In this hedonistic universe, Sam, unlike her counterpart, is bisexual; she has had sexual relations with all members of her team (Jack O’Neill, Daniel Jackson, Teal’c, Janet Fraiser, Jonas Quinn, Cameron Mitchell, and Vala Mal Doran) at one point or another over the years. She lost her virginity her freshman year at the Air Force Academy to one of the Military Training Non-Commissioned Officers, TSgt. Peter Vega. During the ’90s, before joining the SGC, Sam, like many female officers, was encouraged to trade sexual favors for professional favors.

After the formation of the SGC, Sam became well-known throughout the cosmos for both her intellectual prowess and her skills as a lover – her greatest achievement was single-handedly killing Ba’al, one of the most powerful and influential System Lords of the Goa’uld Empire, by seducing her way into his bed and shooting him with the zat’nik’tel three times as he lay sated. For her actions that day, Col. O’Neill presented Sam with the Bronze Star for “heroic or meritorious achievement or service”.

In 2008, after her return from Atlantis, Maj. Gen. Jack O’Neill retired from the Air Force and proposed to her. The two were married shortly before Sam took command of the SGC.

In 2011, during his road trip across the country, Xander Harris of Sunnydale encountered Sam while passing through Colorado Springs. After engaging in a rather hot threesome with her and her husband, Xander added her to his list of contacts.

Miscellaneous Edit

  • This version of Samantha Carter is nearly identical to the one seen in Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, SG-20, and Taking Back the Night.

 Dr. Daniel Jackson, Ph.D. Edit

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Dr. Daniel Jackson is a main character of Stargate: Continued, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Stargate franchised portrayed by James Spader in the Stargate movie and by Michael Shanks in Stargate: SG-1, Stargate: Atlantis, Stargate: The Ark of Truth, Stargate: Continuum, and Stargate: Universe.

Biography Edit

A veteran of Stargate Command since the first mission to Abydos in 1994, Dr. Daniel Jackson spent three years living on Abydos with his wife, Sha’re and her family before she was taken by the Goa’uld and he returned to Earth.  He is the Head of Archaeology & Linguistics, and is the de facto Senior Civilian of the SGC.

In 2011, upon Cam Mitchell’s promotion to Brigadier General and Commander of the SGC and the unofficial disbandment of SG-1, Daniel officially took himself out of the field, and now works behind a desk out of the SGC, Homeworld Security, or anywhere else he was needed.

As a civilian employee of the United States Air Force, Daniel carries a Beretta M9 in 9×19mm as his personal sidearm.  He is a graduate of Northwestern University, University of California, Los Angeles, and the University of Chicago Oriental Institute, and has Ph.D.s in Archaeology, Anthropology, and Philology. 

Awards and decorations Edit

Daniel is a recipient of the following awards:

Military awards Edit

  • Purple Heart (5)
  • Presidential Unit Citation
  • Joint Meritorious Unit Award
  • Prisoner of War Medal

For his participation in the Battle of Antarctica in 2004, Daniel is authorized to wear the Presidential Unit Citation.

In 2007, all members of Stargate Command were authorized to wear the Joint Meritorious Unit Award after the defeat of the Ori.

Civilian awards Edit

  • Presidential Medal of Freedom
  • Air Force Decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service
  • Air Force Civilian Award for Valor
  • Air Force Meritorious Civilian Service Award
  • Armed Forces Civilian Service Medal

Miscellaneous Edit

  • This version of Daniel Jackson is nearly identical to the one seen in Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, SG-20, and Taking Back the Night.

Ambassador Teal’c Edit

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Ambassador Teal’c is a main character of Stargate: Continued, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Stargate franchise portrayed by Christopher Judge in Stargate SG-1Stargate: The Ark of TruthStargate: Continuum, and Stargate Atlantis.

Biography Edit

The Ambassador between the Free Jaffa Nation and Earth and its interstellar allies, Jaffa Master Teal’c, age 163 (thanks to fifty years of time dilation), has been with Stargate Command and SG-1 since his defection from Apophis in 1997.  After helping his people obtain their freedom from the Goa’uld, Teal’c became a major player in the Free Jaffa Nation, although many Jaffa believed him merely to be a spokesperson for the Tau’ri.

In 2011, upon Cam Mitchell’s promotion to Brigadier General and Commander of the SGC and the unofficial disbandment of SG-1, Teal’c was appointed Jaffa Ambassador to Earth and its interstellar allies.

In 2003, Teal’c was made an honorary Air Force Chief Master Sergeant by the enlisted personnel of Stargate Command with the approval of the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force. In 2005, one of the first acts of the Free Jaffa Nation was to present Teal’c with the title “Jaffa Master”.

As the former First Prime of Apophis, Teal’c continues to carry both a Jaffa Staff Weapon and a zat’nik’tel (zat gun) as his personal weapons.  While on Earth or operating with an SG-team, Teal’c uses a Beretta M9 in 9×19mm, or an FN-P90 in 5.7×28mm submachine gun.

Miscellaneous Edit

  • This version of Teal’c is nearly identical to the one seen in Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, SG-20, and Taking Back the Night.

Professor Jonas Quinn Edit

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Professor Jonas Quinn is a main character of Stargate: Continued, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Stargate franchise portrayed by Corin Nemec in Stargate SG-1.

Biography Edit

Member of SG-1 for a year, Jonas Quinn became the first Kelownan Representative to the Langaran Joint Ruling Council upon its establishment in 2003.

When the Ori invaded Langara, Jonas led the Langaran resistance movement.  After the Ori were defeated in 2007, Jonas retired from public service, taking a position at the University of Kelowna as a Professor of World History.  He also married his longtime girlfriend, Kianna Cyr.

Because of his actions during the Ori Invasion, Jonas was given the military rank of Commander in the Kelownan, Tiranian, and Andari militaries (the only person on Langara to hold a rank in all three countries).

Miscellaneous Edit

  • This version of Jonas Quinn is nearly identical to the one seen in Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, SG-20, and Taking Back the Night.

Captain Vala Mal Doran Edit

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Captain Vala Mal Doran is a main character of Stargate: Continued, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character of the Stargate franchise portrayed by Claudia Black in Stargate SG-1Stargate: The Ark of Truth, and Stargate: Continuum.

Biography Edit

Master and commander of Earth’s first interstellar cargo vessel, the E.C.S. Achilles, Vala Mal Doran proved herself time and again as a member of SG-1.  So, in 2009, when Earth began to modify a Goa’uld-made cargo ship in order to do business with the various space-faring races of the Milky Way Galaxy, Vala, as a non-Earth human who was previously a host to a Goa’uld, was an ideal choice to captain such a vessel.  It was officially launched on January 2, 2010, with a complement of experienced seamen and mariners selected by the SGC and Homeworld Security making up her crew.

Vala greatly enjoys her position, and proudly carries the title of Captain (nominally attached to the United States Merchant Marines), although she wasn’t particularly fond of the lengthy process it took to get her Master Mariner’s license (despite the drastic cut in the program for her special case).

As a civilian employee of the United States Air Force, Vala carries a Beretta M9 in 9×19mm as her personal sidearm while on Earth or operating with an SG-team.  As the former host to the Goa’uld Qetesh, Vala also has her own zat’nik’tel (zat gun) and has enough naquadah in her bloodstream to utilize Goa’uld technology, including a kara kesh (ribbon device) and a healing device.

Miscellaneous Edit

  • This version of Vala Mal Doran is nearly identical to the one seen in Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, SG-20, and Taking Back the Night.

Chief Master Sergeant Walter Harriman, USAF (Ret.) Edit

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Chief Master Sergeant Walter Harriman, USAF (Ret.) is a recurring character of Stargate: Continued, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Stargate franchise portrayed by Gary Jones in Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate: The Ark of TruthStargate: Continuum, and Stargate Universe.

Biography Edit

Having served as the Primary Gate Technician of Stargate Command since 1997, Chief Master Sergeant Walter Harriman found himself as one of the most indispensable members of the SGC.  He was promoted to Senior Master Sergeant in 2004 after the Battle of Antarctica, serving as the primary aide to the new civilian commander of the SGC, Dr. Elizabeth Weir, a position he held for both of her successors, Brig. Gen. Jack O’Neill and Maj. Gen. Hank Landry, as well.  He was promoted to Chief Master Sergeant and appointed the Senior Non-Commissioned Officer of Stargate Command in 2005.  He is close friends with fellow enlisted airman, CMSgt. Sylvester Siler, the SGC’s senior enlisted technician.

Prior to his position at the SGC, he served with the late Lt. Gen. (Ret.) George Hammond in the first Gulf War, excelling in installing, maintaining and repairing bomb navigation, weapons control as well as automatic flight control operations.  Gen. Hammond recruited him to the SGC in 1997 straight out of the Air Force Senior NCO Academy as someone with excellent technical ability and a cool head to operate the Stargate under extreme pressure.  Walter has also served on the U.S.S. Prometheus, manning the communications, navigation, sensors, shields, and weapons during the Battle of Antarctica and the failed expedition to Atlantis. 

In 2009, CMSgt. Harriman announced his retirement from the United States Air Force, and he officially left the service at the beginning of 2010.

Career Edit

Education Edit

  • 1982 – United States Air Force Basic Military Training, Lackland Air Force Base, TX
  • Airman Leadership School
  • Air Force Non-Commissioned Officer Academy
  • Associate degree’s in Electronics and Telecommunications – Community College of the Air Force, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL
  • 1997 – Air Force Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Academy

List of assignments Edit

  • July 27, 1997–March 19, 2004 – Primary Gate Technician, Stargate Command – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO
  • July 9, 2004–February 22, 2005 – General’s aide, Stargate Command – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO
  • July 15, 2005–December 31, 2009 – Senior Enlisted Advisor, Stargate Command – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO
Temporary assignments Edit
  • March 19, 2004 – Technician, U.S.S. Prometheus
  • December 21, 2004 – Technician, U.S.S. Prometheus

Awards and decorations Edit

The following are the awards and decorations worn by CMSgt. Walter Harriman (Ret.)

Badges Edit
  • Command Space Operations Badge
Medals & Ribbons Edit
  • Air Force Distinguished Service Medal (2)
  • Meritorious Service Medal
  • Air Force Commendation Medal
  • Air Force Achievement Medal
  • Presidential Unit Citation
  • Joint Meritorious Unit Award
  • Organizational Excellence Award
  • Combat Readiness Medal
  • Air Force Good Conduct Medal (10)
  • Outstanding Airman of the Year Ribbon
  • National Defense Service Medal (2)
  • Southwest Asia Service Medal
  • Air Force Overseas Short Tour Service Ribbon
  • Air Force Longevity Service Award (7)
  • NCO Professional Military Education Graduate Ribbon (3)
  • Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon
  • Air Force Training Ribbon

For his participation in the Battle of Antarctica in 2004, Walter is authorized to wear the Presidential Unit Citation.

In 2005, Walter was named the 2004 Outstanding Airman of the Year at Stargate Command, which entitles him to wear the Outstanding Airman of the Year Ribbon.

In 2005, Walter was awarded the Air Force Distinguished Service Medal during his promotion to Chief Master Sergeant for his excellent work over the past eight years at Stargate Command.

In 2007, all members of Stargate Command were authorized to wear the Joint Meritorious Unit Award after the defeat of the Ori.

In 2009, Walter was awarded his second Air Force Distinguished Service Medal at his retirement ceremony by Lt. Gen. O’Neill.

Effective dates of promotion Edit

  • 1982 – Airman Basic
  • 1983 – Airman
  • Airman First Class
  • Senior Airman
  • Staff Sergeant
  • Technical Sergeant
  • 1996 – Master Sergeant
  • March 19, 2004 – Senior Master Sergeant
  • July 15, 2005 – Chief Master Sergeant

Personal life Edit

Walter has married to Darlene Harriman for over 20 years; together, they have two children, David (born in 1990) and Michael (born in 1992). During his kids’ early years, Walter was home every night, but as he rose up in the ranks (and made it to Chief Master Sergeant while his kids were teenagers), his duties kept him at work more than he would’ve liked.

After graduating from Cheyenne Mountain High School (alma mater for many children of SGC personnel), both David and Michael enlisted in the Air Force. Although David left the service after his initial enlistment was up in order to attend college, Michael is still on active duty as of 2015, and is assigned to the SGC as a Sensor Operator.

Since his retirement, Walter and Darlene are enjoying their lives together, and are awaiting the day when they become grandparents.

Miscellaneous Edit

  • This version of Walter Harriman is nearly identical to the one seen in Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, SG-20, and Taking Back the Night.

Major (Dr.) Janet Fraiser, M.D., USAF (KIA, 2004) Edit

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Major (Dr.) Janet Fraiser, M.D., USAF is a recurring character of Stargate: Continued, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character of the Stargate franchise portrayed by Teryl Rothery in Stargate SG-1.

Biography Edit

Chief Medical Officer of Stargate Command, Dr. Janet Fraiser was one of the SGC’s most valued officers and an unofficial member of SG-1.

Born in Baton Rouge, Janet joined the Air Force via direct commission after graduating from medical school. Her first assignment was at Ramstein Air Base during the Gulf War and was posted in country as a trauma surgeon during the conflict.

In addition to her skills as a trauma surgeon, Janet was also a specialist in virology (including a tour with the US Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases), internal medicine, and aerospace medicine. Prior to her transfer to the SGC, Janet was Chief of Aerospace Medicine at Nellis Air Force Base.

In 1998, Janet adopted Cassandra, an orphaned girl from the planet Hanka, after her planet’s population was wiped out by the Goa’uld Nirrti.

Tragically, Janet was killed in action on February 18, 2004, during a rescue mission on P3X-666. She died saving the life of Senior Airman Simon Wells, and was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.

The Janet Fraiser Hospital at the SGC Alpha Site was named in her honor.

Career Edit

Education Edit

  • Bachelor of Science degree (magna cum laude) in Chemistry
  • Bachelor of Science degree (magna cum laude) in Biology
  • M.D.

List of assignments Edit

  • Trauma surgeon, Ramstein Air Base, Germany
  • Fellow of Virology, United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases – Fort Detrick, MD
  • Chief of Aerospace Medicine, Nellis Air Force Base, NV
  • July 27, 1997–February 18, 2004 – Chief Medical Officer, Stargate Command – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO

Awards and decorations Edit

The following are the awards and decorations worn by Maj. (Dr.) Janet Fraiser.

Badges Edit
  • Senior Medical Badge Badge
Medals & Ribbons Edit
  • Medal of Honor (posthumously)
  • Purple Heart (posthumously)
  • Air Force Commendation Medal (4)
  • Air Force Achievement Medal
  • Organizational Excellence Award (3)
  • Combat Readiness Medal
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • Southwest Asia Service Medal
  • Air Force Overseas Long Tour Service Ribbon
  • Air Force Longevity Service Award (3)
  • Air Force Training Ribbon
  • Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia)

Effective dates of promotion Edit

  • 1990 – Captain
  • March 3, 2000 – Major

Miscellaneous Edit

  • This version of Janet Fraiser is nearly identical to the one seen in Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, SG-20, and Taking Back the Night.

Command Sergeant Major Jonas David Blane, US Army Special Forces (Ret.) Edit

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Command Sergeant Major Jonas David Blane, US Army is a recurring character of Stargate: Continued, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on The Unit by Dennis Haysbert.

Biography Edit

With the Unit Edit

The Non-Commissioned Officer-in-Charge of the 1st Special Actions Group (officially the “303rd Logistical Studies Group”) Alpha Team, Sgt. Maj. Jonas Blane is a highly-trained, highly-decorated soldier with more than 20 years in the US Special Forces. He enlisted in the United States Army in 1979 after graduating from high school, and was first assigned as a Logistics Specialist attached to the 173rd Airborne Brigade. After his assignment was complete, Jonas requested to try out for Special Forces, and became one of the Army’s top special warfare operatives. Prior to joining the Unit as a Staff Sergeant, Jonas served in both the United States Army Rangers and the Green Berets, including a tour of duty as an instructor at Ranger School. He is a veteran of the Invasion of Grenada, Invasion of Panama, Gulf War, Kosovo War, and the Global War on Terrorism (both in Afghanistan and Iraq). He has also served alongside the Special Forces operatives from the other four services (Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard).

He is married to Molly Blane, his wife of 25+ years, and they have one daughter, Betsy, who’s now an officer in the Army. His best friend is Sgt. Maj. Ron Cheals, a former member/his predecessor as NCOIC of the Unit who was crippled during a mission and forced into retirement. He is also friends with his teammates (who treat him like a big brother) and his Commanding Officer, Tom Ryan, although their friendship was irrevocably strained after the Unit’s long-term operation to dismantle a terrorist cell during which Ryan authorized criminal and morally reprehensible actions to bring them down.

In the aftermath of the Unit’s long-term operation to dismantle a terrorist cell (for which the Unit was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation), Jonas transferred out of the Unit (which also saved his marriage) to serve as the Senior Enlisted Advisor of Homeworld Security under legendary Special Operations officer Lt. Gen. Jack O’Neill. The position came with a promotion to Command Sergeant Major.

Jonas’s transfer brought many changes to the Unit. For their actions in dismantling the terrorist cell, both Charles Grey and Bob Brown received promotions to Master Sergeant and First Sergeant, respectively, while the Unit’s only female operator, Warrant Officer Bridget Sullivan, who like Jonas could not and would not continue to serve at Fort Griffith, joined him at Homeworld Command. The Unit itself was placed under the command of Col. James Tisnewski, a Special Forces operative whose previous assignment was with the Special Operations Division at the Pentagon, with newly-promoted Bob Brown named the leader of Alpha Team (despite Mack Gerhardt’s seniority). The Unit’s longtime CO, Col. Ryan, was given a promotion to Brigadier General and assigned to US Army Alaska as its Commanding General.

Homeworld Security Edit

As the Senior Enlisted Advisor of Homeworld Security, Jonas serves as Lt. Gen. O’Neill’s personal adviser on all enlisted-related matters, particularly in areas affecting training and quality of life.

Upon his appointment, Jonas was given a crash course in the Stargate program. He visited Stargate Command and talked to both the officers and the enlisted personnel; he traveled to Earth’s off-world military installations; and even made the six-week round trip to Atlantis on the U.S.S. Daedalus. He also learned to use some of the technology appropriated by the program that remained classified, including Jaffa Staff Weapons and zat guns.

Jonas has nothing but respect for Lt. Gen. O’Neill, whom he was briefly acquainted with due to their joint SpecOps backgrounds; he also has the ear of the President from his time with the Unit.

Jonas was a key player in the search for Lt. Gen. O’Neill and Xander Harris when they were kidnapped by a minor Goa’uld who sought to make a name for himself by killing the legendary Jack O’Neill. Although Jack and Xander managed to rescue themselves, Jonas was on the SAR team that boarded the hijacked ha’tak (the Homer Simpson) once it returned to Earth.

After Lt. Gen. O’Neill retired, Jonas stayed on as Senior Enlisted Advisor to his successor. He retired in 2014 after 35 years in the Army.

Career Edit

Education

  • 1979 – United States Army Basic Training, Fort Benning, GA
  • 1980 – Quartermaster Center and School, Fort Lee, VA
  • United States Army Airborne School, Fort Benning, GA
  • Ranger School, Fort Benning, GA
  • Warrior Leader Course, Fort Bliss, TX
  • Special Forces Qualification Course, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Fort Bragg, NC
  • United States Army Advanced Airborne School, Fort Benning, GA
  • United States Army Air Assault School, Fort Campbell, KY
  • United States Army Jumpmaster School, Fort Benning, GA
  • United States Army Pathfinder School, Fort Benning, GA
  • United States Army Sniper School, Fort Benning, GA
  • Army Mountain Warfare School, Camp Ethan Allen Training Site, Jericho, VT
  • United States Army Sergeants Major Academy, Fort Bliss, TX
  • 2009 – Command Sergeant Major Course, Fort Bliss, TX

List of assignments Edit

  • 1979–1979 – Recruit, United States Army Basic Training – Fort Benning, GA
  • 1979–1980 – Advanced Individual Training, Quartermaster Center and School – Fort Lee, VA
  • 1980–1982 – Logistics Specialist, 173rd Support Battalion – Caserma Ederle, Vicenza, Italy
  • 1982–1983 – Student, United States Army Airborne School – Fort Benning, GA
  • 1983–1983 – Student, Ranger School – Fort Benning, GA
  • 1983–1984 – Army Ranger, Alpha Company, 2nd Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment – Fort Lewis, WA (deployed to Grenada, 1983)
  • Special Forces Student, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School – Fort Bragg, NC
  • Weapons Sergeant, 5th Special Forces Group – Fort Campbell, KY
  • Supply NCO, Company Headquarters, 5th Special Forces Group – Fort Campbell, KY
  • Instructor, Ranger School – Fort Benning, GA
  • Weapons Sergeant, 1st Special Actions Group (officially the “303rd Logistical Studies Group”) Bravo Team – Fort Leonard Wood, MO
  • Weapons Sergeant, 1st Special Actions Group (officially the “303rd Logistical Studies Group”) Alpha Team – Fort Leonard Wood, MO
  • Operations Sergeant, 1st Special Actions Group (officially the “303rd Logistical Studies Group”) Alpha Team – Fort Leonard Wood, MO
  • 2006–2009 – Non-Commissioned Officer-in-Charge, 1st Special Actions Group (officially the “303rd Logistical Studies Group”) Alpha Team – Fort Leonard Wood, MO
  • 2009–2014 – Senior Enlisted Advisor, Homeworld Security – The Pentagon, Washington, D.C.

Awards and decorations Edit

The following are the awards and decorations worn by CSM Jonas Blane.

Badges Edit
  • Combat Infantryman Badge (3rd award)
  • Master Parachutist Badge (with 1 Combat Jump device)
  • Diver insignia
  • Air Assault Badge
  • Pathfinder Badge
  • United States Army Special Forces Combat Service Identification Badge
  • Special Forces tab
  • Ranger tab
  • 5 Overseas Service Bars (reflecting 2½ years of overseas service in combat zones)
  • 11 Service Stripes (reflecting 33 years of service)
Medals & Ribbons Edit
  • Distinguished Service Cross (2)
  • Defense Distinguished Service Medal
  • Distinguished Service Medal
  • Defense Superior Service Medal
  • Legion of Merit (3)
  • Bronze Star (2, w/Valor device)
  • Purple Heart (7)
  • Meritorious Service Medal (2)
  • Joint Service Commendation Medal (2, w/Valor device)
  • Army Commendation Medal (3, w/Valor device)
  • Presidential Unit Citation (2)
  • Valorous Unit Award
  • Meritorious Unit Commendation
  • Army Good Conduct Medal (11)
  • National Defense Service Medal (2)
  • Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (4)
  • Southwest Asia Service Medal (2)
  • Kosovo Campaign Medal
  • Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
  • Humanitarian Service Medal
  • NCO Professional Development Ribbon (4)
  • Overseas Service Ribbon (3)
  • Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia)
  • Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait)

For their actions in dismantling a terrorist cell operating on American soil, Jonas and his team were awarded the Presidential Unit Citation.

In 2009 (just before his transfer to Homeworld Command), Jonas was awarded his second Distinguished Service Cross (the first soldier since the Vietnam War to be so decorated) for preventing an explosion of a nuclear bomb at Arlington National Cemetery. Upon his transfer, he was awarded the Legion of Merit for his exemplary work as a member of the Unit.

Upon his retirement from the Army in 2014, Jonas was awarded his second Distinguished Service Medal.

Does not wear Edit

As a Special Forces veteran with United States Special Operations Command and then Homeworld Security, Jonas is also a recipient of awards for classified operations, and thus does not wear them on his uniform every day.

Badges Edit
  • Combat Action Badge
  • Military Free Fall Parachutist Badge
  • Army Expert Marksmanship Badge
  • Army Distinguished Rifleman Badge
  • Army Distinguished Pistol Shot Badge

Effective dates of promotion Edit

  • 1979 – Private (E-1)
  • 1979 – Private (E-2)
  • 1980 – Private First Class
  • 1982 – Specialist
  • 1983 – Corporal
  • 1985 – Sergeant
  • Staff Sergeant
  • Sergeant First Class
  • Master Sergeant
  • First Sergeant
  • 2006 – Sergeant Major
  • 2009 – Command Sergeant Major

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a highly-decorated senior NCO in the United States Army, Jonas carries a Kimber Warrior in .45 ACP as his personal sidearm, with a Smith & Wesson .380 pocket pistol as his off-duty weapon and drives a GMC Sierra pickup truck. He is a superb marksman who has qualified as an expert with almost every weapon in the United States Armed Forces’ arsenal, knife thrower, and martial artist.

During his visit to Atlantis, Jonas was given the ATA gene via Dr. Beckett’s gene therapy; like most others who received the gene therapy, Jonas can now activate and utilize Ancient technology, but not with anywhere near the ease of natural gene carriers such as Lt. Gen. O’Neill or Col. Sheppard.

Miscellaneous Edit

  • This version of Jonas Blane is nearly identical to the one seen in Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained, SG-20, and Taking Back the Night.

Vice Admiral Harmon “Harm” Rabb, Jr., USN Edit

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Vice Admiral Harmon "Harm" Rabb, Jr., USN is the main character of SG-20, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on JAG by David James Elliott.

Early life and family Edit

A career Navy officer and third-generation naval aviator, Harmon Rabb, Jr. was born on October 25, 1963 in La Jolla, California to Lt. Harmon Rabb, Sr., USN, and Patricia Rabb (née Reed). His grandfather was killed flying off the U.S.S. Hornet in 1942 during World War II. During the Vietnam War, his father flew F-4 Phantoms off the U.S.S. Ticonderoga, an Essex-class aircraft carrier. On Christmas Eve 1969 while flying an Iron Hand mission, “Hammer” was shot down over North Vietnam and was considered MIA. Harm’s mother went on to happily remarry Frank Burnett, a senior VP of Chrysler Corporation.

When he was 16, Harm went to Laos to look for his father together with Col. Francis Stryker, USMC (Ret.). Years later (1998), Harm was able to determine his father’s fate. After he was shot down, Harmon Rabb, Sr. was taken to Siberia, Russia, escaped from his captors, was involved with a Russian woman (producing one son), and was killed protecting her from Russian soldiers attempting to rape her in 1980. In 2000, Harm met his half-brother, Sgt. Sergei Zhukov, a helicopter pilot of the Russian Army. Sergei was later shot down and captured by Chechen rebels; Sergei was released from Chechnya over a year later by Harm’s friend, CIA Agent Clayton Webb, who exchanged two trucks of wheat for Sergei’s freedom.

Naval career Edit

Naval aviator Harm graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1985, alongside his friends Jack Keeter, Luke Pendry, Diane Schonke, and Sturgis Turner. During his early naval career, Harm was a naval aviator flying F-14 Tomcats. After his first tour of duty at sea, Harm was selected to attend the United States Navy Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor program (also known as TOPGUN); he graduated near the top of his class, and was then assigned to the U.S.S. Seahawk (CVN-65).

In 1991, Harm had an accident during a night landing on the Seahawk which resulted in the death of his Radar Intercept Officer. The cause was revealed to be night blindness (although later proved to be a misdiagnosis), which meant he wasn’t going to face any criminal liability, but he was grounded (removed from flight status). He recovered both physically and emotionally on his grandmother’s farm in Belleville, Pennsylvania before returning to naval service as a member of the US Naval Reserve while attending law school at Georgetown University Law Center. In 1994, upon the completion of his degree and passing the bar exam in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C., he returned to active duty to attend Naval Justice School and become a full-fledged member of the Judge Advocate General’s Corps.

JAG & Patrick Henry Edit

Upon joining JAG, Harm quickly became one of their finest attorneys (and officers). One of his most memorable moments was, in his zealous prosecution of a Navy SEAL Chief Petty Officer, he fired a machine gun into the courtroom ceiling. Other notable cases Rabb was involved in include going on a black-ops mission with SEAL Team 2 after a rogue Army general, going undercover as a Force Recon Gunnery Sergeant, and investigating whether the actions of Navy SEAL Lieutenant Curtis Rivers warrant the awarding of the Medal of Honor.

After a few years as a Judge Advocate, he had laser surgery to correct what was misdiagnosed as night blindness (actually blurred vision as a result of retinal scarring caused by service action) and resumed his career as a naval aviator, flying F-14s off theU.S.S. Patrick Henry (CVN-74) as a member of VF-218 “Raptors”. While on the Patrick Henry, his call sign was “Pappy” because he was older than the other aviators, but was renamed “Hammer” (his father’s call sign) after a daring rescue operation that earned him his second Distinguished Flying Cross. However, because of the slim chance of career advancement as an aviator, Harm returned to JAG after six months of service aboard the Patrick Henry. Since his return to JAG, Rabb still kept up to date with his flight status.

In 2003, after being denied leave by Rear Admiral A.J. Chegwidden in order to rescue Mac while she was temporarily assigned to the CIA, Rabb resigned his commission from the Navy. He had a short stint working for the CIA as a pilot before being fired for being filmed landing a C-130 Hercules aboard the U.S.S. Seahawk at night (an action which, he had been told by the Secretary of the Navy at a later time, had he been with the Navy instead of the CIA, would have earned him his third DFC). While working the CIA, Rabb was certified in several different types of aircraft including the F/A-18 Super Hornet (the Navy’s fighter plane of choice since the retirement of the F-14) and C-130.

Harm was replaced at JAG Headquarters by Lieutenant Commander Tracy Manetti.

Stargate Command Edit

He was approached to join Stargate Command while working as a crop-duster for 13-year-old Mattie Grace Johnson of Grace Avionics at the request of the United States Secretary of the Navy, Edward Sheffield, and approved by the United States Secretary of Defense and Major General George Hammond, then the commander of the SGC. Before moving out to Colorado, Harm petitioned the State of Virginia to give him guardianship over Mattie, whose father accidentally killed her mother in a drunk-driving accident before taking off, ostensibly to get sober. Together, they sold Grace Avionics and put the money into a trust for Mattie to use. He spent the next few months training in various Stargate operations, including learning how to fly the SGC’s F-302s, as well as joining the Colorado State Bar. During this time, he became friends with Col. Don Richardson, the SGC Staff Judge Advocate; he is also friends with Lt. Col. Pat Sullivan, Col. Richardson’s successor. His cover is that of Joint Legal Services Advisor,United States Strategic Command.

In 2004, during the Battle of Antarctica, Commander Rabb flew an F-302 – his first active mission as a member of Stargate Command – against Anubis’s forces, which earned him the Air Medal (with Valor), along with the Presidential Unit Citation that was awarded to all of the battle’s participants. After the battle, he served as one of Dr. Weir, the new civilian commander’s, advisors, alongside Senior Master Sergeant Walter Harriman and Dr. Daniel Jackson.

In 2005, Harm was promoted to Captain and made Team Leader of SG-20, consisting of himself, Master Gunnery Sergeant Victor Galindez, USMC, Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Jason Cooper, USN, and Cryptologic Technician 2nd Class Tara Reed, USN; he also helps out around the base when he can, along with his personal legalman, Petty Officer 1st Class Jennifer Coates, USN.

In 2007, after the defeat of the Ori (for which he and the other members of the SGC were awarded the Joint Meritorious Unit Award) and Mattie’s graduation from high school, Harm took a leave of absence from the SGC to attend the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. There, he earned a Master of Arts degree in Joint Military Operations, which put him on track for a promotion to Rear Admiral. He subsequently completed the CAPSTONE Military Leadership Program for newly-promoted Flag and General Officers.

Flag rank Edit

SG-20 was disbanded in 2009 after Harm was promoted to Rear Admiral and reassigned from Stargate Command. Upon his promotion, Harm was appointed Staff Judge Advocate, Homeworld Security, replacing his friend, retiring Brigadier General Don Richardson, JAGC, USAF. Meanwhile, MGySgt. Galindez retired from the Marine Corps after over 20 years of service and took a job in the private sector, SO1 Cooper was promoted to Platoon Chief of SEAL Team 2, and CT2 Reed was made a Leading Petty Officer of the U.S.S. John Paul Jones (DDG-53)’s cryptography department.

After General O’Neill’s retirement in 2012, Harm was nominated to serve as the next Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy (which would come with a promotion to Vice Admiral). He spent the interim at JAG Headquarters as Deputy Judge Advocate General/Commander, Naval Legal Services Command, during which time he was a two-star rear admiral. He relieved the retiring Superintendent at the end of the 2013 school year.

Service Edit

Education

  • 1985 – Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical engineering – United States Naval Academy, MD
  • 1987 – Flight training, Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL
  • 1990 – United States Navy Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor program, Naval Air Station Miramar, CA
  • 1994 – Juris doctor – Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C.
  • 1994 – Naval Justice School – Newport, RI
  • 2008 – Master of Arts degree in Joint Military Operations – Naval War College – Newport, RI
  • 2009 – CAPSTONE Military Leadership Program, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C.

List of assignments Edit

  • 1985–1987 – Student Naval Aviator, Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL
  • 1987–1989 – United States Naval Aviator
  • 1989–1990 – Student, United States Navy Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor program – Naval Air Station Miramar, CA
  • 1990–1991 – Aviator – U.S.S. Seahawk (CVN-65)
  • 1991–1994 – Law student, Georgetown University Law Center – Washington, D.C.
  • 1994–1994 – Student, Naval Justice School – Newport, RI
  • 1995–May 29, 1996 – JAG Officer, JAG Headquarters – Washington, D.C.
  • January 3, 1997–May 21, 1999 – JAG Officer, JAG Headquarters – Falls Church, VA
  • June 1999–October 5, 1999 – Aviator, VF-218 “Raptors” – U.S.S. Patrick Henry (CVN-74)
  • October 12, 1999–May 20, 2003 – JAG Officer, JAG Headquarters – Falls Church, VA
  • June 2003–October 2003 – Pilot, CIA Air Wing – Langley, VA
  • October 2003–November 2003 – Crop-duster, Grace Avionics – Blacksburg, VA
  • January 2004–July 2005 – Officer-in-training, Stargate Command – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO
  • July 15, 2005–August 2007 – Team Leader, SG-20 – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO
  • August 2007–May 2008 – Student, Naval War College – Newport, RI
  • 2008–2008 – CAPSTONE Military Leadership Program Fellow – Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C.
  • 2009–December 31, 2012 – Staff Judge Advocate, Homeworld Security – The Pentagon, Washington, D.C.
  • January 2013–June 2013 – Deputy Judge Advocate General of the United States Navy/Commander, Naval Legal Services Command – Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.
  • June 2013–Present – Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy – Annapolis, MD
Temporary assignments Edit
  • March 7, 1997 – Company Gunnery Sergeant, 1st Reconnaissance Battalion – Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, CA (undercover)
  • November 10, 1998 – Special Advisor to the House National Security Subcommittee – Washington, D.C.
  • December 15, 1998 – Acting Judge Advocate General of the United States Navy – Falls Church, VA
  • January 13, 1999 – Acting Judge Advocate General of the United States Navy – Falls Church, VA
  • May 11, 1999 – Acting Judge Advocate General of the United States Navy – Falls Church, VA
  • February 27, 2001 – Acting Judge Advocate General of the United States Navy – Falls Church, VA
  • February 11, 2003 – Military Judge, JAG Headquarters – Falls Church, VA Falls Church, Virginia
  • March 19, 2004 – F-302 pilot – U.S.S. Prometheus

Awards and decorations Edit

The following are the medals and service awards worn by Vice Admiral Harmon Rabb.

Badges Edit
  • Naval Aviator insignia
Medals & Ribbons Edit
  • Navy Distinguished Service Medal (2)
  • Silver Star
  • Distinguished Flying Cross (2)
  • Air Medal (w/Valor device)
  • Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal
  • Combat Action Ribbon
  • Navy Presidential Unit Citation
  • Joint Meritorious Unit Award
  • Meritorious Unit Commendation (2)
  • National Defense Service Medal (2)
  • Southwest Asia Service Medal (2)
  • Kosovo Campaign Medal (2)
  • Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
  • Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (2)
  • Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait)
  • Romanian Military Virtue Medal
  • Navy Expert Rifleman Medal
  • Navy Expert Pistol Shot Medal

Harm was awarded the Silver Star for leading a nuclear missile away from the U.S.S. Seahawk in an F-14 Tomcat in 2002.

Harm received his first Distinguished Flying Cross for saving the injured CAG of the U.S.S. Seahawk after the modified Tomcat they were flying was damaged by Flak during an ATARS run prior to an alpha strike in 1995. This incident also earned Harm the respect of a former shipmate and prompted him to start wearing his wings again. Harm received his second Distinguished Flying Cross in 1999 for pushing his wingman to safety using his wingman’s tailhook and his F-14’s windscreen. Also in 1999, he was awarded the Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal by the Patrick Henry’s captain, Tobias Ingles, as an end-of-tour award, as well as his second Sea Service Deployment Ribbon.

Harm was awarded the Air Medal with Valor for his actions as a F-302 pilot against Anubis’s forces during the Battle of Antarctica in 2004. For his participation in the battle, he is also authorized to wear the Presidential Unit Citation.

In 2007, all members of Stargate Command were authorized to wear the Joint Meritorious Unit Award after the defeat of the Ori.

In 2009, Harm was awarded the Navy Distinguished Service Medal for his four years of excellence as a senior officer at Stargate Command. He received his second Navy Distinguished Service Medal after leaving the Department of Homeworld Security to become the Superintendent of the Naval Academy.

Harm was given the Military Virtue Medal by the King of Romania for saving the king’s daughter in 1997. He is authorized to wear the medal with his awards.

Effective dates of promotion Edit

  • 1985 – Ensign
  • 1987 – Lieutenant, junior grade
  • 1990 – Lieutenant
  • March 13, 1996 – Lieutenant Commander
  • November 23, 1999 – Commander
  • 2005 – Captain
  • 2009 – Rear Admiral, lower half
  • 2013 – Rear Admiral
  • 2013 – Vice Admiral

Friends and romance Edit

During his five and a half years at the SGC, Harm has had a few short-lived relationships that never went anywhere. Not long after joining the SGC, Harm went out for drinks with some of the base personnel and subsequently spent the weekend with then-Maj. Samantha Carter of SG-1. Although things were awkward for a few weeks, Harm and Sam eventually grew to be close friends. Previously, he dated Renée Peterson, Jordan Parker, and Annie Pendry. Since his return to Washington in 2009, he has engaged in a casual on- and off-again romantic relationship with Congresswoman Bobbi Latham.

While there have been times when Harm missed his life at JAG (particularly his friends, with whom he’d unfortunately grown distant from), he wouldn’t trade his life at the SGC for anything. Since his promotion to Rear Admiral and reassignment to Washington, Harm slowly-but-surely began reconnecting with some of his old friends, including Bud and Harriet Roberts, Sturgis Turner, Tracy Manetti, Elizabeth “Skates” Hawkes, and, of course, Mac.

Miscellaneous Edit

As a flag officer in the US Navy, Harm carries a Beretta M9 in 9×19mm as his sidearm, and drives a government sedan on duty and a red Corvette off-duty; he also owns a Lexus RX and a motorcycle. He’s a combat pilot, and is qualified to fly F-14 Tomcats, the F/A-18 Super Hornet, the C-130 Hercules, and the SGC’s F-302s. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the United States Naval Academy, a Master of Arts degree in Joint Military Operations from the Naval War College, and a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.

His hobbies include flying his vintage Stearman plane that he named “Sarah” after his grandmother and playing the guitar. He used to smoke Cuban cigars, but quit in 1998 because he didn’t like being addicted. He is a vegetarian, although he will occasionally eat fish or chicken (and rarely a nice steak dinner).

Matilda Grace “Mattie” Rabb Edit

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Matilda Grace “Mattie” Rabb is a main character of SG-20, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on JAG by Hallee Hirsh.

Biography Edit

Former owner and operator of Grace Avionics in Blacksburg, Virginia, Mattie Johnson ran the place single-handedly after her mother’s death and her father taking off.  Unfortunately, by 2003, Grace Avionics was on its last legs, and she was in danger of being found out by Child Protective Services and the Better Business Bureau.  Fortune smiled on Mattie, however, when she hired the recently-fired CIA pilot Harmon Rabb as a crop-duster.  He immediately took a paternal interest in her, and upon his reinstatement to the Navy and attachment to the SGC in Colorado, Harm offered to take Mattie in as a ward.  Together, they sold Grace Avionics and put the money into a trust for Mattie to use.

In Colorado Springs, Mattie quickly developed a sister-like friendship with Harm’s legalman, Jennifer Coates, and together they share an apartment across the hall from Harm.  It took her a while to get back to being a kid again (after acting on her own for nearly a year), but she got the hang of it relatively fast.

In 2007, after graduating from Cheyenne Mountain High School (alma mater for many children of SGC personnel), Mattie began attending Stanford University, majoring in Aeronautical Engineering.  She also has a civilian pilot’s license, which she got not long after meeting Harm.  After graduating from Stanford in 2011, Mattie began to rebuild her mother’s company, Grace Avionics; she also volunteered to serve in the Civil Air Patrol.

At the age of 18, Mattie officially changed her name from Johnson to Rabb with Harm’s blessing.

Senior Chief Legalman Jennifer “Jen” Coates, USN Edit

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Senior Chief Legalman Jennifer “Jen” Coates, USN is a main character of SG-20, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on JAG by Zoe McLellan.

Biography Edit

Captain Harmon Rabb’s personal legalman, Legalman 2nd Class Jen Coates was transferred from JAG Headquarters to Stargate Command at Harm’s request. Originally not told why (or where) she was being transferred, but once she got there and was read in on the Stargate Program, she was more than happy to contribute in any way she could. She serves alongside Air Force Tech Sergeant Jenny Pierce as one of the SGC’s enlisted legal specialists under Col. Richardson and later Lt. Col. Sullivan. In addition, Coates has occasionally dusted off her old Electronics Technician skills and pulled shifts in the SGC Control Room under the watchful eyes of CMSgt. Walter Harriman, the SGC’s senior enlisted man. While serving at the SGC, Jen earned a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice online from the Colorado Technical University.

She was promoted to Petty Officer 1st Class in 2005, and was made an honorary member of SG-20 upon its formation and has infrequently accompanied them out into the field.

A native of Hagerstown, Maryland, Jen’s mom died when she was 10 years old. Her father was the local preacher, who was frequently verbally and sometimes physically abusive to her. When puberty hit at age 14, Jen suddenly became very popular with the Hagerstown boys and shortly thereafter became a juvenile delinquent (which exacerbated Rev. Coates’ abuse). In 1999, at the age of 19, Jen was arrested and given a choice between jail or the Navy – she chose to enlist. Around Christmas 2001, then-Electronics Technician 3rd Class Coates went UA from the U.S.S. Gainsville and subsequently spent 30 days in the brig. After being released, Jen underwent retraining as a Legalman at the Naval Justice School and was assigned to the U.S.S. Seahawk for a year before joining the enlisted staff at JAG Headquarters.

Coates was promoted to Chief Petty Officer in 2009 and transferred out of the SGC after six years. She continues to serve as legalman to Harm, who was appointed Staff Judge Advocate, Homeworld Security. In 2013, when Harm was promoted to Vice Admiral and made the Superintendent of the Naval Academy, Jen returned to the fleet as Chief Legalman, RLSO Europe, Africa and Southwest Asia Detachment Rota. There, she is the senior-most enlisted woman, responsible for overseeing all of the RLSO’s legalmen, as well as assisting the JAG officers with various paralegal activities.

In 2015, Chief Coates was informed that she was being nominated for promotion to Senior Chief Petty Officer. She received her promotion along with transfer orders to become a Senior NCO at the Naval Justice School at the beginning of July.

Service Edit

Education

  • 1999 – Recruit Training Command, Naval Station Great Lakes, IL
  • 2000 – Apprentice Technical Training, Naval Station Great Lakes, IL
  • 2000 – Electronics Technician “A” School, Naval Station Great Lakes, IL
  • 2002 – Legalman “A” School, Naval Justice School, Newport, RI
  • 2008 – Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal justice – Colorado Technical University – Colorado Springs, CO

List of assignments Edit

  • 1999–1999 – Recruit, Recruit Training Command – Naval Station Great Lakes, IL
  • 1999–2000 – Student, Apprentice Technical Training – Naval Station Great Lakes, IL
  • 2000–2000 – Student, Electronics Technician “A” School – Naval Station Great Lakes, IL
  • 2000–2001 – Electronics Technician, U.S.S. Gainsville
  • January 2002–February 2002 – Incarcerated in the brig
  • February 2002–March 2002 – Student, Legalman “A” School – Naval Justice School, Newport, RI
  • March 26, 2002–November 2002 – Legalman, U.S.S. Seahawk (CVN-65)
  • December 17, 2002–December 2003 – Legalman, JAG Headquarters – Falls Church, VA
  • January 2004–2009 – Legalman, Stargate Command – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO
  • July 15, 2005–August 2007 – Team Member, SG-20 – Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO
  • 2009–December 31, 2012 – Legalman to the Staff Judge Advocate, Homeworld Security – The Pentagon, Washington, D.C.
  • January 2013–June 2015 – Chief Legalman, RLSO Europe, Africa and Southwest Asia Detachment Rota – Naval Station Rota, Spain
  • July 2015–Present – Senior Non-Commissioned Officer, Naval Justice School – Naval Justice School, Newport, RI

Awards and decorations Edit

The following are the medals and service awards worn by Chief Legalman Jennifer Coates.

Badges Edit
  • Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist insignia
  • 3 Service Stripes (reflecting 12 years of service)
Medals & Ribbons Edit
  • Meritorious Service Medal
  • Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal
  • Joint Service Achievement Medal
  • Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal
  • Joint Meritorious Unit Award
  • Meritorious Unit Commendation
  • Navy Good Conduct Medal (4)
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
  • Sea Service Deployment Ribbon
  • Navy & Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon
  • Navy Expert Rifleman Medal
  • Navy Expert Pistol Shot Medal

In 2007, all members of Stargate Command were authorized to wear the Joint Meritorious Unit Award after the defeat of the Ori.

In 2009, newly-promoted RDML Rabb awarded Jen the Joint Service Achievement Medal for her excellent work at Stargate Command. She received the Meritorious Service Medal after leaving the Department of Homeworld Security to become the Chief Legalman of the RLSO Europe, Africa and Southwest Asia Detachment Rota.

In 2014, Chief Coates became authorized to wear the gold rate insignia on her Dress Blue, Dinner Dress Blue and Dinner Dress Blue/White Jacket uniforms for twelve consecutive years of good conduct.

In 2015, Chief Coates received the Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal at the end of her tour as Chief Legalman, RLSO Europe, Africa and Southwest Asia Detachment Rota, and was also authorized to wear the Navy & Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon.

Effective dates of promotion Edit

  • 1999 – Seaman Recruit
  • 1999 – Seaman Apprentice
  • 2000 – Seaman
  • 2001 – Petty Officer 3rd Class
  • 2002 – Petty Officer 2nd Class
  • 2005 – Petty Officer 1st Class
  • 2009 – Chief Petty Officer
  • 2015 – Senior Chief Petty Officer

Friends and romance Edit

During her time at the SGC, Jen has become a popular member of the command with both the enlisted and commissioned personnel. Already familiar from their time together at JAG, she and Commander (later Captain) Rabb quickly developed a familial bond, and she became roommates and a big sister to Harm’s ward, Mattie Johnson-Rabb. She also became close friends with Sergeant Jenny Pierce, the Air Force Legal Assistant to the Staff Judge Advocate.

In addition, Jen also found some time in her life for lovers and romance. She has had numerous relationships, both short and long-lived, with various members of the base’s enlisted personnel. Her longest relationship was with Chief Aviation Survival Technician Jake Benson, a Coast Guardsman assigned to SG-6, the SGC’s search and rescue team; the two were together from 2006 until Jake was killed in action in 2009.

Judge Bud J. Roberts, Jr., US District Court Edit

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Judge Bud J. Roberts, Jr. is a minor, yet significant character of SG-20, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on JAG by Patrick Labyorteaux.

Biography Edit

Having come a long way from his rookie days, Lt. Cmdr. Bud Roberts is one of JAG Headquarters’ most successful attorneys who really came into his own after Cmdr. Rabb resigned his commission in 2003.

In 2006, almost a year after Col. Sarah MacKenzie and Capt. Sturgis Turner transferred from JAG Headquarters, Bud was chosen to infiltrate a group of medically-discharged Special Forces operatives who were believed to be running a vigilante group. He went in as a SEAL who’d “retired” after losing his leg in Afghanistan, and was successful in convincing the group to disband. During that mission, Bud shot and killed a criminal during a firefight for the first time in his life. His actions, including saving the life of the group’s second-in-command who’d been shot, earned him the Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal, with Valor, for “distinguishing himself by heroism in combat”.

After his undercover assignment, Bud was nominated by Maj. Gen. Gordon Cresswell, the JAG, for a position with the Trial Judiciary and with that, a promotion to Commander. While on the bench, his Legalman was Petty Officer 3rd Class Melissa Young, USN.

In 2009, Bud was reassigned from Headquarters to the Region Legal Services Office Europe, Africa, and Southwest Asia at Naval Support Activity Naples to serve as the RLSO’s Chief Trial Judge. He and his family served in Italy for a year, before returning to Washington. Upon his return, he and Harriet rekindled their close friendship with now-RDML Harmon Rabb, a senior legal advisor at the Pentagon.

In 2012, after 18 years in the Navy, Bud was nominated to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia as a District Judge by the President on the recommendation of the Judge Advocate General (and his two predecessors) and the US Senators from Virginia. He was confirmed by the Senate, and was appointed to the bench upon his retirement from the naval service on January 2, 2013.

Service Edit

Education Edit

  • 1999 – Law degree – George Mason University School of Law – Arlington, VA

List of assignments Edit

  • 1994–1996 – Public Affairs Officer, U.S.S. Seahawk (CVN-65)
  • January 3, 1997–April 13, 1999 – Junior Officer, JAG Headquarters – Falls Church, VA
  • April 13, 1999–March 26, 2002 – JAG Officer, JAG Headquarters – Falls Church, VA
  • March 26, 2002–September 24, 2002 – JAG Officer, U.S.S. Seahawk (CVN-65)
  • January 7, 2003–2006 – JAG Officer, JAG Headquarters – Falls Church, VA
  • 2006–2009 – Military Judge, JAG Headquarters – Falls Church, VA
  • 2009–2010 – Chief Trial Judge, Region Legal Services Office Europe, Africa, and Southwest Asia – Naval Support Activity Naples, Italy
  • 2010–January 2, 2013 – Military Judge, JAG Headquarters – Falls Church, VA
  • January 2, 2013–Present – United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia – Alexandria, Virginia
Temporary assignments Edit
  • April 10, 2001 – Military aide to the President of the United States/Nuclear football carrier – White House, Washington, D.C.

Awards and decorations Edit

The following are the medals and service awards worn by Commander Bud Roberts.

Medals & Ribbons Edit
  • Purple Heart
  • Meritorious Service Medal
  • Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal (w/Valor device)
  • Navy Unit Commendation (2)
  • National Defense Service Medal (2)
  • Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
  • Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (2)
  • Navy & Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon

In 2002, Bud received the Purple Heart after he lost his leg in a landmine in Afghanistan.

In 2006, Bud was awarded the Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal, with Valor, for his actions while undercover with a group of retired and medically-discharged Special Forces operatives.

Upon his retirement from the naval service, Bud was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal.

Effective dates of promotion Edit

  • 1994 – Ensign
  • 1996 – Lieutenant, junior grade
  • April 13, 1999 – Lieutenant
  • May 21, 2004 – Lieutenant Commander
  • 2006 – Commander

Miscellaneous Edit

Bud is married to Lt. Cmdr. Harriet Sims, USNR, and they have five children: A.J., Sarah (who died in childbirth), Jimmy, Nicole, and Adam Roberts. His father, “Big Bud” Roberts, is a retired Master Chief who passed away in 2008, and his younger brother, Mike, is a surface warfare officer. He and Harriet own a Ford Expedition, which serves as the family car.

Paige Ellen Matthews Edit

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Paige Ellen Matthews is the main character of Seeing is Believing, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on Charmed by Rose McGowan.

Biography Edit

Early life and family Edit

Beautiful, smart, brave, defiant, independent, clever and stubborn – all adjectives that describe Paige Ellen Matthews perfectly. Born on August 2, 1977 as the forbidden lovechild of Patty Halliwell, a powerful witch, and her whitelighter, Sam Wilder, the pair of them gave Paige up for adoption at a local San Francisco church just hours after she was born to spare her and them from the Forces of Good (witches and whitelighters aren’t allowed to be romantically involved, let alone have a child together) and Evil (the daughter of a powerful witch and a whitelighter raised evil is just something nobody wants to think about…ever). After a month with the church being looked over by the nuns, Paige was adopted by Scott Matthews, a firefighter, and his wife, Lisa, who was a teacher.

All her life, Paige has known she wanted to help people. She credits her desire to her (adopted) family, all of whom have been public servants for generations (Paige later learned that her biological family had a similar genetic predisposition for public service, albeit more magically than her adopted family).

In 1988, when Paige was 10 years old, tragedy struck the Matthews family when her grandfather, John Matthews, was diagnosed with cancer. Rather than live with a treatable–yet incurable–disease, John, a veteran of World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, chose to end his life on his own terms instead of subjecting his family, friends, and himself to watching helplessly as he slowly faded away. Her Grandma Ellen never truly recovered from her husband’s actions, although she put on a brave face for her family, and she passed away four years later.

As she entered junior high and began going through puberty at age 12, Paige began to rebel–she partied, she drank, she stayed out all night, and she “dated” a lot of boys (some older than others). One time, after her parents caught her sneaking into the house at 6:00AM with the beginnings of a hangover, they got into a massive fight which resulted in Paige running away to her Grandma Ellen’s house. After a day, when everybody calmed down, she returned home. To the day they died, that remains the worst fight she and her parents ever had.

By the time she was 13, Paige was a regular fixture at parties, usually with whatever boy had asked her first. She was also at the time beginning to explore her sexuality, and trying sexual acts. In the spring of 1992, near the end of her freshman year of high school, she was invited to the Senior Prom and lost her virginity to her date that night.

Despite her rebellion, she still tried to help those around her–although her methods of help were somewhat different. For example, during her freshman year, she started a rumor that she had seduced the senior class nerd, Leonard Theodore Cranston, Ted to his friends and classmates, who had just been hazed in the men’s locker room the week before for being a virgin, in exchange for his help with her homework. The rumor was untrue, but Ted gained enough respect from his peers for “scoring with the freshman party chick” that they left him alone for the rest of the school year.

The summer before her sophomore year, Paige was arrested for underage drinking after the San Francisco Police Department broke up a party she was attending, and she was sentenced to community service at the South Bay Social Services office. It was there that she realized with absolute clarity that her personal mission in life was to help people. Social Services was rewarding work and even as a “volunteer” she managed to help three people during her community service–one of her proudest moments of her entire life. However, Paige’s rebellious streak was not quite over, and she continued to drink, party, and date throughout her teenage years.

Becoming Charmed Edit

At the end of her sophomore year, May 1993, Paige met a woman known as the Seer–Kyra to her friends–who had received the mother of all visions that revealed to her (in fragmented pieces) events for the next 15 years or so. Kyra learned that the Charmed Ones, whose coming was prophesized three centuries earlier during the Salem Witch Trials, would have their powers unbound and become active within five years, and their unknown half-sister, Paige, currently had access to but no knowledge of her own powers. Seeing the opportunity to alter the future of her visions to save not only herself and some of her allies, but also stick it to her enemies–most notably, her former mentor, the Seer, and the Source of All Evil himself–Kyra befriended Paige and began teaching her about her heritage, magic, and the life she lived.

Paige has also received training from Cole Turner, a ½ human, ½ demon who worked for humans as an Assistant District Attorney for San Francisco and for demons as an assassin named Belthazor, a member of the Brotherhood of the Thorn. He taught Paige magic, deception, evasion, bribery, and burglary (specifically lock-picking and hot-wiring), and politics. In addition, Paige trained with John Smith, a Desert Storm vet who currently works as the Chief of Security for Pacific Heights Apartments (where Cole has a penthouse) in martial arts, weapons, military tactics and strategy, and (after turning 16 in August 1993) driving. Although Paige was okay with the stuff she learned from John, she preferred the magical aspects of her lessons than the physical.

When they learned of her existence, the Forces of Good, represented by the Elder Sandra, were pleasantly surprised that the Seer and her allies had actually been teaching Paige how to help people. However, They felt that Kyra was also transferring her personal beliefs (which were more selfish than selfless) onto Paige; fortunately, Paige’s parents had taught her right from wrong and her own strong moral compass evened out the Seer’s lack of ethics.

About a month after receiving her powers, Paige was informed by Kyra that a group of Rat demons – lower-level demons that acted as mobsters and loan sharks on Earth – were using a warehouse just off the Pacific Ocean to run drugs for whoever would pay, and that the United States Coast Guard was planning to raid the warehouse. Unfortunately, according to Kyra, the Coast Guard was going to take casualties (two dead, another four wounded) and the Rats would escape with their lives…and the drugs. With that in mind, Paige agreed to go in before the Coast Guard and vanquish the Rats.

However, things did not go according to plan; first, the Rats had automatic weapons versus the limited magic and baseball bats Paige had been told to expect. Also, the Coast Guard had a man outside the warehouse to make sure the suspects and the drugs didn’t wander off. When the Rats began shooting at Paige, the Guardsman, Seaman John Walsh, came in to investigate and wound up witnessing Paige vanquish the demons with a spell. Having seen a 15-year-old girl do with a rhyme what he couldn’t do with his gun, Seaman Walsh took Paige into custody for questioning and brought her to Coast Guard Island.

Paige was questioned by the Island’s CGIS Special Agent-in-Charge, Jason Cooper, in the presence of one of the junior JAG officers, Lt. (j.g.) Ian Jones, and she made up a cover story. Although neither the veteran agent nor the rookie lawyer bought her story, Paige was nevertheless released after a couple of hours by the CGI Commander, Captain Jesse Reynolds, who ostensibly released her because the Coast Guard had no (believable) evidence on which to hold her and because Cole and Kyra had come to the Island to act as her legal representation. However, the Captain’s real reason for releasing Paige was because he had some limited knowledge of the supernatural (although he didn’t come out and say it).

Paige’s next major adventure came when Kyra informed her of a Water demon and came to Camp Skylark to vanquish him. There, she met Sam Wilder, an alcoholic hermit and her biological father. Upon learning his identity, father and daughter were able to finish what Patty started and vanquish the Water demon, and the two began to build a relationship. With Paige’s help, Sam was able to overcome his demons and once again become a contributing member of society. After vanquishing the demon, Sam taught Paige the “To Summon the Dead” spell, which allowed Patty’s spirit to return to the mortal plane, reuniting parents and child for the first time.

At the behest of the Elders, Paige was assigned a whitelighter, Natalie Brand, to help keep an eye on the good witch trained in magic by the immoral demons after she and her biological father vanquished the Water demon. However, the relationship between the two women was not very positive; Natalie was a stickler for rules and protocols, using logic and reason to fight her opponents, while Paige preferred to use her instincts and fly by the seat of her pants when fighting. In addition, Natalie was especially discouraging of mortals fighting demons and witches interfering in mortal affairs, and Paige believed wholeheartedly that if one had the power to do so, she or he was morally bound to help another if and when necessary.

Although Paige and Natalie could work together amicably (their track record speaks to that) and despite the mutual acknowledgment of the other’s opinions and the advantages and disadvantages of them, there were just too many differences between them and Natalie asked the Elders for reassignment.

One of her greatest challenges came in the spring of ’94, when her best friend/boyfriend, Glen, was shot to death. In her pain and anguish, Paige pleaded with Tempus, the Devil’s Sorcerer, to rewind time so she could save his life. Tempus–who had full knowledge of the shooting, unlike Paige who only knew that her boyfriend was dead–agreed, to teach the still-young witch a lesson about meddling in time. As the day began again, Paige did everything she could to keep Glen safe, but the two of them soon learned that the reason Glen was killed in the first place was because he intentionally stepped in front of the bullet to save someone else’s life. With the knowledge that by sparing his life, somebody else was going to die, Glen planned to relive the day exactly the way he did the first time, and there was nothing Paige could do about it.

Fortunately for Paige, it appeared to Tempus that she had learned her lesson about time traveling for personal gain, but still needed to be learn the cost of war. When the time for the shooting came, Tempus (unknown to everyone except the Angel of Death), manipulated the bullet to hit Glen in the shoulder instead of the chest and go through his arm and into the chest of the person behind him. The innocent woman, who turned out to be the ex-girlfriend of a mobster’s son, died en route to the hospital. In the end, the hitman and the mobster’s son were both convicted of murder, Glen regained the full use of his arm after a few months (and gained a new completely overprotective mother in the process), and Paige and Glen both learned a valuable lesson about the power of choice, and inevitability.

Not long after getting out of school for summer break before senior year, Paige was recruited by the US Navy at the request of Capt. James Cohen, father of India the Vampire Slayer (whom Paige had met and teamed up with to stop an apocalypse a few months earlier), to help infiltrate and take back the U.S.S. California, an Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine, after an Ensign who had been turned into a vampire while on liberty returned to his ship and killed the officers and turned some of the crew. While certain elements of the Pentagon wanted to simply destroy the California and be done with it, Capt. Cohen was able to convince the President and the Chief of Naval Operations to give him a chance to recover the ship intact. Paige was able to orb a small team, including herself, India, and three Navy sailors (a SEAL, a hospital corpsman, and a sonar technician), onto the submarine, where they went up against the 30 vampires aboard. The vamps figured that they would just hide out in the sub for as long as they wanted, occasionally going out to dry land every now and then for food and company, and use the California’s weapons if attacked or provoked. Paige and the others had a different plan, and proceeded to retake the ship by force. After nearly two hours of fighting, Paige and her team had successfully retaken the ship (although a few of the vampires had shot themselves out of the torpedo tubes to escape) with only one casualty, SO1 Jason Thrace, the SEAL.

With the California recovered, Paige and India were both given commendations from the President himself, and the two Navy personnel (STS2 Ryan Granger and HM2 James Waddell) were given their choice of assignments, and the matter quickly became closed and any and all reports on the hijacking were classified and buried.

Senior year Edit

As a senior in high school, Paige whimsically auditioned for the school play, portraying Glinda the Good Witch from the Wizard of Oz. It was during this performance that she came to the attention of Charlie Nickels, a Tony Award-winning actor who was looking to start his own non-human theater troupe to take Broadway by storm. Although Paige declined, she did promise to look him up if she was in the neighborhood. At the same time, she wound up fighting against Sweet, a singing and dancing demon whose magic made people break into song and dance before they spontaneously combusted.

On October 14, 1994, a few months after her 17th birthday, Paige’s parents both died in a car crash. Despite everything she knew and had seen and done since her awakening eighteen months earlier, Paige still suffered from survivor’s guilt. In accordance with her parents’ wishes (as written in their Last Will & Testament), Paige was emancipated by the State of California due to her age, and was bequeathed her parents’ entire estate, which, in addition to the insurance payments, gave Paige enough money to live comfortably on until she could finish high school and find a job. She subsequently sold her family’s house and moved into a rent-controlled studio apartment in the Pacific Manor Apartment Complex, in part to escape from the memories.

Although considered a Good Witch, Paige has been known to not only work with Evil for the Greater Good, but also stand alongside the Forces of Evil when the “good guys” go too far. This was made evident when she encountered the Ice Cream Truck, a magical truck which lured demonic children to their deaths before they could grow up and join “Team Evil”. Paige and her allies joined forces to stop the Truck and the creature within it, the Nothing, and accomplished the seemingly impossible: the permanent destruction of the Truck and the Nothing. It was during this mission that Paige developed her offensive power of combustive orbing, which she used against the Ice Cream Man, a mortal empowered by the Elders to drive a magical Ice Cream Truck that lures demonic children on Earth into it so they can be swallowed and destroyed by the Nothing (so far, her first and only human kill).

On Mother’s Day 1995, a few months after her parents’ car crash, Paige tried to summon the spirit of her mother and ended up summoning Patty Halliwell – her biological mother – instead. Although their reunion was somewhat awkward at first, mother and daughter proceeded to team up to stop a vengeful ghost looking to retaliate against the people responsible for the massacre of her family. After taking care of the ghost, Paige and Patty had dinner before the older woman returned to the afterlife.

During the Senior Prom, Paige and Glen’s night was interrupted by India and Kit, who were in town to stop a pack of hellhounds that had been let loose on unsuspecting citizens. Working together, they were able to defeat the hellhounds and make it back to the prom in time for the last dance.

Visit to the future Edit

On Christmas 1994, Paige received her own vision of sorts when she was sent 15 years forward in time to the reality that Kyra had foreseen in her vision after wishing on a shooting star. There, she learns that her older, alternate self is a Charmed One and a Professor at Magic School, as well as a full-fledged, full-time whitelighter and a part-time government consultant. The older Paige is also married to a (very handsome, very nice) parole officer named Henry Mitchell, with two daughters, Tamora and Kat, and an adopted son named Henry, Jr. She also has sisters who love her, two nice brothers-in-law, and multiple nieces and nephews.

However, Paige was also somewhat shocked, disappointed and even a little angry when she realized what kind of people the Charmed Ones were – they were good people, yes, but they were so isolated; their only real friends outside of the immediate family was a police officer and his family who lived in Oakland. They had a successful run of demon vanquishings, responsible for well over 1,000 vanquishes between them and together, but since they were largely self-taught and learned through trial and error, they only used spells, potions, and the occasional item that was lying around, unlike the more militant tactics, strategies, and methods that she had been taught by her friends and allies. What shocked Paige the most, though, was that the Charmed Ones regularly tortured demons for information when they needed it (and sometimes not even as a last resort); the closest she ever got to using such extreme methods was leaving the room while Cole conducted the “interrogation”, and even that made her uncomfortable. Also, the Charmed Ones appeared to make no real distinction between good and evil demons – something that as a friend to more than one non-hostile demon and a few hostile ones – irked Paige to no end. In addition, many of her friends, both human and non-human, are either no longer in San Francisco, do not know her (or her counterpart), or are dead (a couple, such as Sara Spencer, were all three).

As Paige tries to adjust to this new world, she tries to bring a little of her world to the 21st century. She sneaks into P3 under glamour to dance (and drink), and even manages to dust a few vampires – which, as Paige learned to her shock and horror, aren’t creatures the Charmed Ones deal with on any kind of regular basis unless the threat to themselves or others is immediately apparent (and most vamps learned quickly to lure their victims away from the Halliwell sisters to avoid being “immediately apparent”). She also takes a pistol off a thug who was trying to beat a prostitute (which was helpful as her own pistol was back in 1994, along with her other weapons and supplies) and gives the jerk a black eye and a kick in the balls for good measure.

While in 2009, Paige met the future, alternate version of Glen, who was married to another woman with two kids of his own. This Glen had traveled the world after high school, seeing such sights as the Eiffel Tower and the Great Barrier Reef, making nice with the local pretty women, and working odd-jobs for pocket change, until he met his wife Jessica in 2002. She convinced him to settle down, and the two now live in Los Angeles where he is the General Manager of Best Buy.

Paige spent just over two weeks in 2009, leaving on the 6th of July and returning the day she left, Christmas ’94, with a memory spell that blocked out information about the future; however, it was spotted and dispelled within the day by Paige’s friends. Unknown to the Charmed Ones, when she returned to her time, Paige brought back with her a few items from the future, including an iPhone and the gun she had taken from the thug. She also copied a few pages out of the Charmed Ones’ Book of Shadows which she then transferred to her own.

Road trip Edit

After graduating from George Washington High School, Paige and her friends, including Glen, Sara, and Deirdre, began a cross-country road trip, during which they took in the sights, sampled the cuisine, had a few romantic flings, and fought the supernatural when necessary. The road trip began down the coast to Los Angeles, and then across the country all the way to Atlanta, with tops in Roswell, Austin, New Orleans, and then up to D.C., then New York City, and finally Boston, before returning west, with stops in Toronto, Cleveland, Chicago, Reno, and more. All told, the road trip consisted of over 7,000 miles, more than 20 states (and part of Canada), and lasted more than four months.

College Edit

Upon her return to San Francisco, Paige began taking classes at San Francisco State University in the fall of 1995, where she slowly found herself struggling with her classes and her duties as a witch/whitelighter. That struggle paved the way for the Avatars, a group of immortal, near-omnipotent beings who despised the war between Good and Evil and longed to create Utopia, to approach her and siphon off her power to bring that creation to life. As the clock struck midnight on New Years’ Day, 1996, the world was remade in the Avatars’ image. Demons began dying by the score, the Elders were stuck in the Heavens, and free will was all but gone from the Earth.

With many of her closest advisors and friends gone (including Kyra, Cole, Sam, and Seamus), Paige began recruiting magical and mortal beings from both Good and Evil to take on the Avatars and get them to unmake what they did. One of her most desperate acts was to unleash Zankou, a very powerful demon who had been trapped in suspended animation by the Source not long after his coronation, because Zankou had knowledge of the last Avatar incursion, during the times of Ancient Egypt. Together, Paige and Zankou were able to recreate the Avatar vanquishing potion and use it as a bargaining chip to restore the world to the way it was and force the Avatars back into exile. The two have since enjoyed a live-and-let-live relationship, as well as a mutual physical attraction.

In the aftermath of the Avatar Incursion, Paige and Zankou were both brought before the Tribunal of Magic to face numerous charges, most specifically the revelation of magic to mortals, interfering with the Grand Design, and consorting with the Forces of Evil against the Forces of Good. With the help of Cole, who served as her legal representation, Paige was able to prove that, despite the fact that she had technically broken those rules, she was doing good work, and that without her powers (or her life), that work would come to an end. Zankou, who had only been out of stasis for a few weeks, was also able to beat the charges by appealing to the Tribunal’s demonic members that they needed a demon of his caliber working on their side, to offset the so-called advantage that Good had against them. After the trial, Zankou invited Paige to a celebratory drink…and the two of them “accidentally” woke up with each other the next morning.

With the Avatars and the Tribunal behind her, Paige returned to life as a college student majoring in political science. A natural politician due to her straddling the fence when it comes to Good versus Evil, Paige dreams a young woman’s dream of if not stopping then moderating the war between the moralities. She registered to vote as an independent when she turned 18, and considers her ability to see both/all sides of a political debate as a personal knack.

Not long after the Avatars were returned to their exile, Paige ran into Ava Nicolae, a senior at GW High, and helped her and her family stop Cree, a gypsy hunter who was looking to eradicate the Shuvani, a group of Gypsy high priests and priestesses, and the Nicolae tribe in particular in revenge for his father’s blindness. Paige was able to convince Ava, who wanted nothing to do with her gypsy heritage after the death of her mother, to stand alongside her tribesmen and defeat Cree. The two subsequently became friends.

When Paige was invited to Washington, D.C., by Ryan Benson, the US Secretary of Magic, she was awarded the Department of Magic Commendation Medal for her actions against the Avatars, and offered her a job on his staff as the junior-most Personal Assistant to the Secretary of Magic. She declined, citing a desire to remain in San Francisco, despite the Secretary’s offer to facilitate her transfer to Georgetown University’s School of Magic. Nevertheless, the Secretary reminded her that there was more to the world than San Francisco, and that, should she change her mind after graduation (and providing he was still in office at the time), he’d be honored to have her on his staff.

During Spring Break her freshman year, Paige was alerted by Kyra about the activation of a Nullifier, a mortal that is unaffected by and can negate the abilities of any magical being. Paige was able to protect the Null, a 13-year-old girl named Emily Marshall, from the Seer’s attempts to kidnap her, and the two of them became close, with Paige acting as a big sister to Emily. Paige also helped Emily overcome her grief at having taken the life of the demon who attempted to kidnap her.

On August 2, 1996 (her 19th birthday), Paige was finally able to summon the spirits of her parents after almost 22 months. Although they couldn’t stay long, Paige was able to tell her parents that she loved them and they told her how proud they were of her and the woman she’d become.

Paige officially met her half-sister, Phoebe Halliwell, when she began dating Cole, whom Phoebe met while working at City Hall for a temp agency. Both Paige and Cole are aware of the connection between the two girls, but Phoebe remains blissfully ignorant of their familial relations as the two of them are in the process of striking up a friendship.

In September 1996, not long after starting her sophomore year at SF State, Paige was grief-stricken when India was killed in battle in San Diego. Although she knew from personal experience that the job was dangerous, it still hurt immensely to have one of her closest friends ripped away from her like that. Paige and many members of her Coven went down to San Diego for the funeral service before India’s cremation.

Underworld Civil War Edit

When Zankou began his coup d’état against the Source, the Underworld was plunged into civil war. Paige was ordered by the Elders to stay out of the war and they threatened to strip her – and her allies – of their powers should she refuse. Not willing to risk directly disobeying the Elders, Paige instead decided to help Zankou indirectly, by supplying his side with safe harbor, supplies, and even spells, potions, and rituals. After Zankou was betrayed by one of his minions and forced aboveground by the Source, Paige and her team took to the streets, protecting the mortal lives that were caught in the crossfire by the warring demons.

During the final battle of the Underworld Civil War (which, as it so happened, fell on July 4, America’s Independence Day), Paige volunteered to accompany Zankou down to the Underworld, despite the Elders’ threat, and was joined by all of the other magical members of the Matthews Coven and a few of the non-magical members, including Glen and India. It was the Cabal’s presence during the battle that allowed Zankou and the Source to engage in a one-on-one battle to the death.

Although Paige survived the Civil War relatively unscathed (at least physically), some of her friends and allies weren’t as lucky. Both John Smith, her longtime former military instructor, and Falcyn, the father of her close friend Sara, were killed; and Glen lost his left forearm and hand. The losses left Paige with some post-traumatic stress, which wasn’t made any easier when the Elders promised to make good on their threat to strip Paige of her powers should she participate in the Civil War. However, she was spared from that fate when Zankou, the newly-coroneted Source of All Evil, appealed to the Elders on her behalf.

With Zankou the new Source, he began implementing major changes that drastically affected the never-ending battle between Good and Evil. In part because of these changes, Paige officially met Penny Halliwell, her biological grandmother, after the older woman and her coven refused to recognize the sanctity of the newly-established Underworld Consulate on Earth. Paige was asked to speak to Penny in order to maintain the neophyte and fragile diplomatic relations. Along with a representative from the Magical Bureau of Investigation, Paige reluctantly threatened to strip her grandmother of her powers if she should continue to violate the treaty.

About two months after the Underworld Civil War, Paige once again met her future self, Professor Paige Mitchell; this time, however, the older Paige traveled back in time to 1996 where she got a first-hand look at how things were different between their worlds, and between each other. Paige introduced Prof. Mitchell to some of her friends and contacts, including Kyra, Cole, Sam, Seamus, Sara, Ava, Emily, and more. In addition, Z Démon, a demonic porn mogul, happened to swing by when he heard that Paige’s future self was “in time”, and promptly propositioned the two of them to do a scene with his most handsome actor–an offer they both immediately and vehemently rejected (the future Paige harder than the present-day Paige). With the help of her counterpart and her Coven of magical and mortal beings from both sides, Paige was able to return to her own time with a bit of an attitude adjustment.

Appearance Edit

Paige is a strikingly-beautiful girl and stands at 5’ 4” tall and weighs just under 120 lbs. She has brown eyes and had naturally-brunette hair until just before her senior year of high school when a potion accidentally blew up in her face which turned her hair red (which she found she liked and has kept it that color ever since).

In terms of personal style, Paige has grown and matured since becoming a witch (plus, it’s more practical to fight in jeans and a tank-top than her “party girl” clothes). She frequently wears a black leather jacket while fighting demons. She often uses a bright red lipstick and has both her ears and belly button pierced.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

Paige with crossbow
As a witch-whitelighter hybrid, Paige is one of the most powerful singular magical beings alive, and her magic reflects this. In addition to the basic powers of a magical witch, such as spellcasting, potion brewing, and scrying, Paige possesses the following powers:
  • Orbing
  • Telekinetic orbing
  • Sensing
  • Cloaking
  • Glamouring
  • The ability to engage in telepathic communication

As she grew in both age and experience, Paige’s power level increased, and with some training and hard work, Paige managed to learn how to manipulate her orbing to include deviation (the ability to deflect away or send back attacks in the direction they came from), remote orbing (the ability to teleport objects or people away without sending herself), and the offensive power of combustive orbing (the ability to cause combustion by channeling orbs); the latter of which was first activated when she and her friends took on the Ice Cream Man and his magical truck that contained the Nothing.

However, because she is not a full-blood whitelighter, Paige does not possess the power to heal (without the help of another whitelighter, who’s power she can tap into in order to assist in the healing process), nor does she have the immortality and reconstitution abilities of a whitelighter.

As a teenage girl who was also a witch and a whitelighter, Paige has had to grow up fast–and learn some of life’s hardest lessons. Those lessons include that she should follow her instincts, as they were usually right, that most of the time the simplest solutions were the most effective, and that not every demon was evil and more importantly not every evil was demonic. Some of the harder lessons Paige learnt since becoming a witch was that protecting the innocent is more important (and more difficult) than punishing the guilty, that sometimes circumstances call for the choice that sucks the least (aka the lesser of two evils), that it is possible to do everything right and try her best and still lose, and that not even “superheroes” like her could save every life.

When Paige first became a witch in 1993, Kyra suggested to her that she should begin her own Book of Shadows – a text that lists the spells, potions, and magical creatures Paige has encountered. With fact alongside opinion, Paige kept detailed notes and sketches on many of her adventures in what started as a single 70-page spiral notebook, but it quickly grew as Paige’s horizons expanded and she grew more experienced. Her Book of Shadows is now a series of notebooks, binders, and file folders, with different subjects separated into different books or binders.

In addition to her magical powers, Paige has other skills and abilities. She is a natural leader with an extraordinary intuition, whose kindheartedness, intelligence, and willingness to work with both Good and Evil, led to the establishment of the “Matthews Coven”, a group of magical beings and mortals who police magical attacks on the unsuspecting human populace and unprovoked attacks on non-humans by demon hunters, street kids, and vengeful good magic users. While in high school, Paige’s favorite class was art, and she also enjoyed chemistry (which, thanks to her extracurricular activities (i.e. magic, specifically potion brewing), was very easy for her).

Paige has been taught by Cole how to lie, cheat and steal, although she is described by those who know her best as an honest person, a goody-two-shoes with exceptional morals and ethics, when she’s not partying with boys. Cole encouraged her to maintain her good and honest personality as it makes it a lot easier to function when deception is needed. He also taught her about mortal and supernatural politics and how to play “the game”, as well as a rudimentary knowledge of the law. She knows some Spanish and Italian, and has been taught Latin, Greek, Sumerian, Egyptian, and other so-called “ancient languages” that some magical beings still use in spellcasting and as their standard language. She can also hold her liquor and is a very skilled lover “if I do say so myself.” Under Kyra’s (and later Ava’s) tutelage, Paige has become adept at some basic divination, such as reading Tarot cards, tea leaves, and even palms.

Thanks to John, Paige owns a Glock 30 in .45 ACP subcompact pistol, which she uses to help subdue and vanquish demons (although its effectiveness varies from demon to demon) and, when necessary, humans. Under John’s tutelage, Paige ranked Sharpshooter on the US Army’s weapons qualification course with her Glock. She is also fairly competent in hand-to-hand combat and gymnastics, and has been trained in vehicular control, swordsmanship and knife-throwing, but generally prefers to use magic whenever possible when fighting demons.

Romantic relationships Edit

Paige has been in an on-again, off-again relationship with her best friend, Glen Belland, since they were 12 years old, with whom she had her first kiss. During her freshman year of high school, Paige began to explore her sexuality and trying sexual acts, and finally lost her virginity to Vincent Rawlings, the 17-year-old boy who took her to the Senior Prom. She had a few “boyfriends” during her sophomore year (and even once participated in a threesome), but after becoming a witch in May 1993, Paige took a hiatus from dating, preferring to concentrate on her magic. She and Glen went to their Senior Prom together in 1995, which was interrupted by a pack of hellhounds. During her cross-country road trip, she had a brief fling in New Orleans with Louis Sisko, a magical practitioner of Louisiana Voodoo who’d just completed his freshman year at Tulane University. In 1996, after stopping the Avatars and beating criminal charges before the Tribunal of Magic, Paige had a drunken one-night stand with “frenemy” Zankou (whom she found to be a highly skilled and surprisingly attentive lover, if a little more rough than she was used to).

Kill count Edit

As of 1996, Paige has racked up an impressive kill count against the forces of darkness with over 100 vanquishings of demons, warlocks, and especially vampires, and she is responsible for the destruction of the Nothing. Her first (and so far only) human kill is the Ice Cream Man, and has been forced to put three humans (including one witch) in the hospital with non-life-threatening wounds “in the line of duty”.

Matthews Cabal Edit

A group of magical beings and mortals who police magical attacks on the unsuspecting human populace and unprovoked attacks on non-humans by demon hunters, street kids, and vengeful good magic users.  The group was founded by Paige Matthews at the age of 15; it started out small, just taking care of one family of demons, but it quickly grew into an entire cabal that had the respect (and disdain) of representatives of both Good and Evil.

It's members include:

  • Kyra, the Seer
  • Supervisor Cole Turner, SFBS/Belthazor
  • Sam Wilder
  • Glen Belland
  • John Smith (KIA, 1996)
  • India Cohen, the Vampire Slayer (KIA, 1996)
  • Sara Spencer/Saraptora
  • Ava Nicolae
  • Emily Marshall
  • Seamus Fitzpatrick
  • Deirdre Karadine

Alternate versions/potential future Edit

Paige’s future self from Kyra’s vision, Paige Matthews-Mitchell led a very different life than her younger counterpart, leaving them with different experiences, ideologies, and even personalities, although they are very similar at their core.

The future Paige from 2013 traveled through time and space and landed in 1996, where she met her younger self – who had previously traveled forward in time to 2009. From her younger self’s visit to the future, Paige knew the timelines were different…but she was unprepared for just how different their two worlds were (in addition to the recent coronation of Zankou as the Source of All Evil, of particular note to Paige was being propositioned by Z Démon, a demonic porn mogul, who invited her to do a scene with her younger self and his most handsome actor). With the help of her counterpart and her Coven of magical and mortal beings from both sides, Paige was able to return to her own time with a bit of an attitude adjustment.

Paige has been married to Henry Mitchell, a parole officer, since 2006. Together, they have three children: twins Tamora and Kat, and Henry Mitchell, Jr., who was adopted after his mother was killed by a darklighter. Along with her duties as a whitelighter and a Charmed One, Paige is the Professor of Advanced Magic at Magic School.

In recognition of her work as a teacher at Magic School and her mastery of the subject, Paige was awarded an honorary doctorate in Advanced Magic.

As the daughter of a witch and a Whitelighter, Paige is very powerful, despite being the youngest and last sister to discover her powers. In addition to the basic powers of a magical witch, such as spellcasting, potion brewing, and scrying, Paige possesses the powers of orbing, telekinetic orbing, sensing, cloaking, glamouring, and healing. As she grew in both age and experience, Paige’s power level increased, and with some training and hard work, Paige managed to learn how to manipulate her orbing to include deviation (the ability to deflect away or send back attacks in the direction they came from), remote orbing (the ability to teleport objects or people away without sending herself), and creating Orb Shields (a protective force field generated by orbs). Unlike the present-day Paige, the future Paige does not carry a weapon (although, as the husband of a police officer, she does know how to use one).

Supervisor Coleridge Benjamin “Cole” Turner, LL.B., SFBS/Belthazor Edit

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Cole Turner, also known as Belthazor is a main character of Seeing is Believing, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on Charmed by Julian McMahon.

Biography Edit

As both a demon and a lawyer, 100+-year-old Cole Turner is a formidable opponent. After proving his worth as a demon (despite his human genes), Cole became a mercenary and a member of the Brotherhood of the Thorn as a young man. The Brotherhood, while an order of extremely powerful demons, had very few contacts in the mortal world and decided to send their secret weapon–a ½ demon, ½ human–that would be able to walk in both worlds. After the Great War, the Brotherhood sent Cole to college (posing as a returning G.I.) at Stanford University and then on to law school in Sydney, Australia. Cole graduated from Sydney Law School third in his class, and was “hired” by Wolfram & Hart as a junior attorney. He spent ten years at their Los Angeles office, before he was recalled to the Underworld to serve the Brotherhood and the Source during World War II.

In the mid-20th century, Cole began a loose partnership with the Seer known as Kyra, and the two worked side-by-side (among other positions) on and off for the next 50 years or so. He has also been in a very casual, non-exclusive relationship with Angelique Dupree, a blonde female darklighter, since his teenage years. Every ten years or so, Cole renewed and updated his law license by shifting the dates on his academic records. In the late 1980s, Cole established a “cover” on Earth by joining the San Francisco District Attorney’s office, and he soon became a top-notch prosecutor.

By 1993, Cole was one of the most powerful demons in the Underworld (ironic, considering his human half). He was approached by Kyra, who had told him of her massive vision and that she was currently planning on altering the future she had seen. She requested that she aid her in the training of 15-year-old Paige Matthews, the ½ witch, ½ whitelighter who was the half-sister of the prophesized Charmed Ones. Never one to turn town a good challenge, Cole joined the Seer in training Paige by teaching her in magic, deception, evasion, thievery and burglary (specifically lock-picking and hot-wiring), the law (and various legal loopholes), and politics. Over time, Cole found himself changing from pure evil to morally ambiguous due to Paige’s influence.

Upon learning that the legendary Belthazor had joined the “Matthews Coven”, the Brotherhood sent one of their mid-level demons, Julisana, to test his loyalty to the Brotherhood. Posing as a paralegal in the District Attorney’s office under the name Julie Barrett, Julisana proved herself to be not only a legal asset to Cole, but a personal one as well. He also made it clear to the Brotherhood that his affiliation with Paige would not impact his duties (as a member of the Brotherhood). Nonetheless, Raynor also sent him Sykes, another half-human, half-demon attorney, and arranged for him to sit “second chair” to Cole for both legal and demonic assistance. While Sykes relished the opportunity to work with his idol and emulate Cole both in the courtroom and in the Underworld, he didn’t possess the moral ambiguity that Cole does, forcing the older man to rein Sykes in more than once. Unfortunately, as Sykes has the backing of Raynor (and a rather public job as an Assistant District Attorney), Cole is unable to get rid of him.

Like Kyra, Cole was one of the first casualties of the Avatars’ Utopia in 1996, but he was revived when the Avatars repaired the damage they’d caused.

Having fallen out of favor with the Source since the formation of the Matthews Coven, Cole threw his support behind Zankou during the latter’s coup d’état; however, he did not actually participate in any combat until the final battle in the Underworld, when he joined the other members of the Matthews Coven. During the Civil War, Cole was finally able to vanquish Sykes, who’d sided with the Source.

Shortly after the Civil War, Cole resigned from the DA’s office and was appointed to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors by the Mayor after his predecessor perished during Zankou’s retreat to Earth. As a San Francisco County Supervisor, Cole has access to more information, resources, and much more political power than he’d ever had as an Assistant District Attorney. Despite being the only Republican on the board, Cole is respected by his peers and his constituents believe he is doing an even better job at representing their interests than his predecessor.

In the fall of 1996, Cole met Phoebe Halliwell, a temp worker assigned to City Hall, and was immediately attracted to the power-bound witch. Despite knowing who she is (Paige’s half-sister and a future Charmed One), Cole asked her out on a date, and the two have since embarked on a romantic relationship.

Family Edit

Cole has a mother, Erzsebet (human name: Elizabeth Turner) a ruthless demon who at one point in her nearly two millennia of life served as a consort of the Source, and an older half-brother, Baldasor, a powerful Upper-level Demon and high-ranking member of the Brotherhood of the Thorn. In 1996, his uncle, Beelzelor, was appointed Ambassador of the newly-created Underworld Consulate in San Francisco.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

Despite being ½ demon, ½ human, Cole is a surprisingly powerful Upper-level Demon, who’s powers include energy balls, superhuman strength, shimmering, telekinesis, pyrokinesis, conjuration, and has high resistance to both physical and magical attacks; he is also an expert martial artist, bladesman, and marksman. He drives a Porsche Boxster, and owns a Colt M1911A1 in .45 ACP handgun.

Alternate versions/potential future Edit

In the future of Kyra’s vision, Cole was a prominent member of the Brotherhood of the Thorn until 2000, when he met and fell in love with Phoebe Halliwell, which caused him to vanquish the Triad and betray the Source. He was stripped of his powers in 2001, but was possessed by the essence of the Source of All Evil after he was vanquished by the Charmed Ones. He married Phoebe in 2002, but they divorced after he returned from the Demonic Wasteland. Cole was eventually vanquished once and for all by the Charmed Ones on January 19, 2003 (his 118th birthday), and now lives out his existence in the cosmic void between life and death.

Zankou, the Source of All Evil Edit

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Zankou is a recurring character of Seeing is Believing, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on Charmed by Oded Fehr.

Biography Edit

Early life and imprisonment Edit

A demon so powerful, only the Source of All Evil was able to defeat him in one-on-one combat. At almost 4,000-years-old, Zankou was one of the most powerful and dangerous demons in the Underworld. Unlike most demons, Zankou not only had a brain, but he knew how to use it; his power came not only from his magical abilities, but also from his use of patience, psychological warfare, tactical and strategic analysis, and his willingness to put aside his personal feelings and work with his enemies to achieve a common goal (before stabbing said enemies in the back, of course).

After being rejected by the Source’s Seer in the early 1200s, the Seer named Kyra became the personal consort and seer of Zankou, a position she held for almost three hundred years. To Zankou, Kyra was not just some sex-toy, but also a valuable asset who often told him where to find the people he wanted to find. In fact, Kyra’s foresight aided Zankou’s survival and power.

Around 1500 AD, one of Zankou’s rivals, a tattooed demon, vanquished the Source of All Evil in an attempt to usurp the throne. The two had a long and hard-fought battle, in which Zankou gouged out his eye left a number of the Source’s facial scars. After taking power, the Source destroyed Zankou and imprisoned him in suspended animation before he could reconstitute himself.

Release and coup Edit

Zankou was released from suspended animation by Paige Matthews in early 1996, when the Avatars rewrote the world to implement Utopia. With his help, Paige was able to force the Avatars to undo the damage they wrought and drove them out. Since then, the two have enjoyed a live-and-let-live relationship, as well as a mutual physical attraction.

In the aftermath of the Avatar Incursion, Paige and Zankou were both brought before the Tribunal of Magic to face numerous charges, most specifically the revelation of magic to mortals, interfering with the Grand Design, and consorting with the Forces of Good against the Forces of Evil. Zankou, who had only been out of stasis for a few weeks, was able to beat the charges by appealing to the Tribunal’s demonic members that they needed a demon of his caliber working on their side, to offset the so-called advantage that Good had against them. Paige, with the help of Cole, who served as her legal representation, was able to prove that, despite the fact that she had technically broken those rules, she was doing good work, and that without her powers (or her life), that work would come to an end. After the trial, Zankou invited Paige to a celebratory drink…and the two of them “accidentally” woke up with each other the next morning.

With the defeat of the Avatars, Zankou has begun plotting to vanquish the Source and usurp the throne for himself. To that end, he’s been scouring both the Underworld and Earth in search of both allies and underlings who’ll support him in his bid to overthrow the Source. Among his many preparations was establishing a human identity, Nicholas Ansari, a wealthy international banker. Shortly after that, he seduced and turned Katherine Henderson from neophyte witch to totally devoted warlock within two weeks. He launched his coup d’état later that year, which plunged the Underworld into civil war.

Having launched a surprise attack, Zankou’s coup began well, but he was betrayed to the Source by one of his underlings, which forced him to retreat aboveground. While on Earth, Zankou and his army were helped by Paige and members of her Coven – despite the Elders’ decree that all magical beings on the side of Good not take sides in the Civil War. When Zankou decided to take his forces and return to the Underworld for a final battle with the Source, he is accompanied by the Matthews Coven, who volunteered to fight the various demons, warlocks, and other miscellaneous creatures of the Underworld while Zankou and the Source engage in one-on-one battle to the death. Zankou emerged from the battle broken and bloody but victorious, and was declared the new Source of All Evil.

As the Source Edit

Having succeeded in his coup, Zankou began to take charge of the Underworld. He inherited all of the Source’s personnel, including his advisors, consorts, and even Shax, who all swore allegiance to Zankou as the new Source. His personal Council included various Upper-level demons, including Tempus, as well as – for the first time – a senior darklighter named Talent and a powerful warlock named Matthew Tate.

One of his first orders of business was to repay Paige and her allies for their assistance by requesting/demanding the Elders not follow through with the threat they’d made to strip the magical members of the Matthews Coven of their powers should they participate in the Civil War. He also used his position to surreptitiously pay Glen Belland, Paige’s mortal boyfriend, who ventured to the Underworld and lost his arm in face-to-face combat with the Source.

Also, due to the changes in the magical world brought about over the past few years (in fact, ever since Paige became aware of her magical abilities), Zankou made an unprecedented decision – he officially opened up diplomatic relations with Earth, and even appointed an Ambassador. With the opening of the Underworld Consulate in San Francisco, relations between Earth’s magical community and the Underworld underwent a significant change – one that certain members on either side didn’t like.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

Zankou’s powers are among some of the most powerful:

  • Energy balls
  • Fire balls
  • Energy blasts
  • Telekinesis
  • Conjuring
  • Reconstitution
  • Shapeshifting
  • Sensing
  • Flaming

In addition, Zankou is trained in martial arts, marksmanship, and numerous weapons, and had apprenticed with the Potions Sorcerer nearly 1,000 years ago, leaving him with knowledge of potions, poisons, and antidotes.

Since his release from suspended animation, Zankou has ventured up to the human world, where he used his powers to assimilate the knowledge required to possess a Master’s of Business Administration degree, which he utilizes in his human identity; he has also amassed an arsenal of weapons ranging from swords and athames to automatic projectiles and rocket-propelled grenades, in addition to various magical weapons.

Detective Jason Lee Scott, SDPD/Red Morphin Master Edit

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Detective Jason Lee Scott is the main character of Legacy of Power, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Power Rangers franchise portrayed by Austin St. John.

Biography Edit

As a Power Ranger Edit

The first Red Ranger of Earth, Jason has since moved on with his life. He is now a homicide detective with the San Diego PD, and has both a wife and a daughter. However, not even Jason could escape the Power forever.

It had been 12 years since Jason’s Red Ranger powers were restored to him in the Countdown to Destruction, and other than the Forever Red mission in 2002 he had no need for his powers. However, in the summer of 2010, the Red Ranger has found himself recalled to active duty after a trip to a parallel universe causes a surge in the Morphin Grid, bringing his past into the present and leaving him dealing with the Legacy of Power.

During his trip to the other world, Jason was offered the chance to become a Morphin Master (like his mentor, Zordon), while his friends, Det. Josh Grayson, and CSI Rosie Jones, were on their own quest to receive the Power. Jason was sent to the College of Morphin Masters on Eltar, where he spent six hours being interviewed, interrogated, and challenged by some of the galaxy’s most notable Red Morphin Masters. After that, he was sent alone into the Caves of Alshar to face three tests of virtue. Upon his emergence from the Caves (in the fastest time on record), Jarek of Gaiala, leader of the Tribunal of Morphin Masters and senior Red Morphin Master, proudly presented Jason with the rank of Red Morphin Master. Meanwhile, both Josh and Rosie passed their tests with flying colors and earned the power of the Red Morphin Warriors.

Jason’s new status as a Morphin Master not only augments the powers of the Red Ranger (among other things, it allows him to control the Dinozords on his own), but also thrusts upon him new responsibilities to the universe at large – which sometimes necessitates him to travel to other worlds, act as a mentor to various teams of Power Rangers both on Earth and “abroad”, and represent both Earth and its Rangers’ interest throughout the known universe.

Not long after being recalled to action, Jason was invited to Triforia as an honored guest of the State. While there, the newly-minted Red Morphin Master aided Trey in stopping some two-bit wannabe Big Bad hoping to earn some cred by taking on the Gold Ranger.

Around Christmas 2010, Master Vile, who somehow avoided destruction during the Countdown, returned to Earth and easily defeated Jason, Josh, and Rosie when the three of them tried to stop him. Realizing they needed reinforcements, Jason summoned all of Earth’s Red Rangers, and together they made their triumphant return to Angel Grove and sent Master Vile back where he came from. Ever since, Jason and his team have been on standby should the Rangers of Earth (or on another planet) require their assistance.

In 2014, Jason joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada.

Not long after the first Forever Red mission in 2002, Jason and Tommy began to organize “Red Weekends”, where the Red Rangers of Earth (and the universe, if they’re on Earth) get together every few months at a Red Ranger’s house to hang out, play poker, drink beer, practice martial arts, reminisce about the “good old days”, etc. With each new team, a new Red Ranger comes to the table, and in 2012, the Red Rangers welcomed their first female member, Red Samurai Ranger Lauren Shiba, to their ranks.

As a police officer Edit

Jason began his law enforcement career with the Angel Grove Police Department. As a lifelong resident of Angel Grove and a good friend to most of its citizens, Jason quickly made it onto the AGPD SWAT Team. However, in 2003, after shooting a disturbed man he’d known for years who had taken hostages, Jason felt he couldn’t continue serving on the SWAT Team or in Angel Grove, for that matter, and requested a transfer to another city. After passing the detective’s exam, Jason was accepted onto the San Diego Police Department in their Auto Theft Unit before transferring to the Robbery-Homicide Division in 2006.

After he and Kimberly Hart, the Pink Ranger, moved back to Angel Grove in the early 2000s, the two began dating after the death of their close friend and teammate, Trini Kwan, and were married in early 2004. They have a daughter, Jasmine, born on November 21, 2004 (six years to the day after the Countdown to Destruction); Jasmine is the first child born to members of the first team of Power Rangers on Earth. He and his family live in Coronado, where Kim runs her own gymnastics/martial arts studio that he also teaches at. He has over 25 years of training in the martial arts, and is currently a 5th degree black belt in American-style karate. He also holds non-black belt ranks in Tae-Kwon Do, Judo, and Kenpo.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Power Ranger Edit

As the Red Ranger, Jason carries a Blade Blaster as his Ranger sidearm, and uses the Power Sword as his personal weapon. He commands the Tyrannosaurus Dinozord, Titanus the Carrierzord, and Tor the Shuttlezord; when necessary, Jason can also summon the Mastodon, Pterodactyl, Triceratops, and Sabertooth Tiger Dinozords, which allows him to control the Megazord. He also has access to the Metallic Armor and carries the Green Power Coin for emergencies, which allows him to use the Dragon Shield, the Dragon Dagger, and the Dragonzord.

As a police officer Edit

As a Detective with the SDPD, Jason drives a Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor as his duty vehicle and carries a SIG-Sauer P229 in 9×19mm as his sidearm. His personal vehicle is a Ford F-150 pickup truck, and he also has a Harley Davidson motorcycle. Jason has killed 3 people in the line of duty as a police officer, and has been decorated for heroism multiple times by both the Angel Grove and San Diego Police Departments.

Ash Ketchum, Colosseum Gladiator of the Kanto Battle Frontier Edit

Ash Ketchum is the main character of Master of the Colosseum, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Pokémon franchise.

Biography Edit

After losing the Sinnoh League to Tobias, Ash Ketchum was approached by Scott, the owner of the Battle Frontier, and offered a position as a Frontier Brain.  This time, Ash accepted, on the condition that it be built near Pallet Town so he could return home.  Construction of the Battle Colosseum on the outskirts of Pallet Town began immediately upon Ash’s acceptance, while he went on journeys to the Unova and Kalos regions.  After nearly three years of construction and another year and a half of bureaucracy, the Battle Colosseum was finished, and Ash was named Colosseum Gladiator of the Kanto Battle Frontier.

Before the Colosseum was opened, Ash spent six months traveling, training, and retrieving all of the Pokémon he’d left in the care of others or released back into the wild, and now keeps them all at the Colosseum.

While in training to become a Frontier Brain, Ash passed through Cerulean City, where he finally told Misty Waterflower how he felt about her. Since the feeling was mutual, the two consummated their relationship.

Upon entering the Battle Colosseum, Ash’s various awards and accomplishments are displayed in the hallway leading to the Colosseum’s battle field, among them the eight badges of the five regions (Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Unova), along with the four badges of the Orange League and the seven Frontier Symbols of the Kanto Battle Frontier the Colosseum Gladiator had earned from his days as a traveling Pokémon trainer.  There were also pictures depicting him, his friends and his Pokémon, including a large hand-drawn one that hung above the main door, one of him shaking hands with Cynthia, the Sinnoh League Champion, and another of him shaking hands with Lance of Blackthorn City.  The hand-drawn picture was made by Tracey Sketchit, and depicted Ash and all of his Pokémon, each one drawn and colored perfectly, at Professor Oak’s laboratory.  One of the reasons that Ash did this, besides being proud of his Pokémon and accomplishments, is to weed out trainers who might be intimidated by his experience.

As the Colosseum Gladiator, Ash has taken on quite a few challengers, including some old friends from his traveling days.  One of his first challengers was his old friend and rival, Ritchie, who himself was challenging the Kanto Battle Frontier at the time.  The two trainers had a three-on-three battle, with the first match being a type battle and the second a double battle.  The first match–no surprise–was a battle of Electric-types, Pikachu vs. Sparky (who had evolved into a powerful Raichu), and the double battle took place between Ash’s Sceptile and Charizard and Ritchie’s Tyranitar and Floatzel.  Pikachu and Raichu proved to be evenly matched and they ended up knocking each other out, but Ritchie’s tag-team were able to combine their forces to defeat Sceptile and Charizard with their type advantage, diverse move sets, and excellent training.  With his victory, Ash awarded Ritchie with his Frontier Symbol, the Skill Symbol.

Other challengers include Gary Oak, Jeanette Fisher, who he defeated back at the Indigo Plateau Pokémon League, Reggie, the older brother of his Sinnoh League rival Paul, Zoey, the Top Coordinator of the Sinnoh Grand Festival, and Harrison, an old friend from the Johto League.  He has also battled Nurse Veronica Joy, a longtime friendly rival of Lance of the Elite Four and winner of the Kanto League at the Indigo Plateau.  During a rematch against Drake, the Orange League Champion, Ash lost a two-on-two battle using Gible and Pikachu against Drake’s Ditto and Dragonite.

Not long after becoming a Frontier Brain, Ash fought his first official battle against Team Rocket without disguises or tricks in all the years they’ve known each other.  He used his Kingler and Muk against Jessie’s and James’s newly-returned Arbok and Weezing.  Both of Team Rocket’s Pokémon had gained significant experience in the wild and were able to overcome Ash’s rarely-used Pokémon.  Exhilarated by their win, they attempted to take Pikachu instead of a useless (to them) Frontier Symbol, but Pikachu sent them blasting off again!

Throughout his Pokémon journey, Ash has had the opportunity to battle numerous powerful trainers, including members of the Elite Four.  He challenged Lorelei and Agatha of Kanto, Drake of Hoenn, and Flint and Bertha of Sinnoh, and lost to each of them.  While traveling in Unova, he met and challenged Shauntal, the Ghost-type member of the Unova Elite Four, and Pikachu was able to draw against her Jellicent.  Shortly after becoming a Frontier Brain, he battled Will of the Johto Elite Four: Charizard was able to defeat Will’s Exeggutor, but lost to Slowbro; after Slowbro also defeated Bulbasaur, Pikachu was able to quickly defeat Will’s tired Water-type Pokémon.  Ash achieved his first victory over a member of the Elite Four when Pikachu emerged victorious after a hard-fought battle against Will’s Xatu.  When Ash challenged Lance, his Snorlax was defeated by Lance’s Kangaskhan.

Ash has over 40 badges from the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Unova regions as well as the Orange Islands, and 12 Battle Frontier Symbols.  He placed Top 16 in the Kanto Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau, Top 8 in the Silver Conference, Top 8 in the Ever Grande Conference, Top 4 in the Lily of the Valley Conference, and Top 8 in the Vertress Conference; he also won the Orange League and mastered the Kanto Battle Frontier, as well as numerous miscellaneous competitions and contests, including the P1 Grand Prix, the Johto Bug-Catching Contest, the Sumo Conference, and the PokéRinger competition.  On special occasions, Ash has been known to participate in Pokémon Contests, and he’s earned five Contest Ribbons from various contests throughout the world.  In addition, Ash is an honorary Pokémon Ranger and an Aura Guardian.

Pokémon Edit

Over the years, Ash has captured and trained over 100 different Pokémon, counting evolutions, and has seen almost all 700+ known Pokémon. He has also befriended and battled with a number of Pokémon (usually Legendaries) without actually catching them.

Ash’s Pikachu♂ Edit

Ash Ketchum’s Starter Pokémon, Pikachu was given to Ash by Professor Samuel Oak after the regular Kanto Starter Pokémon, Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle, were already taken.  Ash and Pikachu got off to a bad start, but Ash gained Pikachu’s trust by protecting him from a flock of Spearow and rushing the injured Pokémon to the Pokémon Center.

In general, Pikachu as a species are not particularly powerful, but Ash’s Pikachu is an anomaly.  Even from early on, Pikachu’s power far exceeded its evolutionary level and under Ash’s training, Pikachu has won innumerable battles and Gym and League matches, and defeated very powerful Pokémon that Ash’s other Pokémon were unable to, such as Dragonite, Metagross, Regice and even Latios (although each of those Pokémon were weakened in battle by Ash’s other Pokémon).

However, even Pikachu is not invincible, and has lost to, among others, Lt. Surge’s Raichu, Sabrina’s Kadabra, Blaine’s Magmar, Bugsy’s Scyther, Whitney’s Miltank, Chuck’s Poliwrath, Roark’s Rampardos, Fantina’s Drifblim and Cress’s Panpour. He also drew against Winona’s Pelipper and Norman’s Vigoroth, and struggled against Clair’s Kingdra and Crasher Wake’s Floatzel.

Pikachu has been Ash’s choice to battle many powerful trainers, including Lorelei and Agatha of the Kanto Elite Four, Drake of the Hoenn Elite Four, and Flint of the Sinnoh Elite Four. In each match, Pikachu put up a good fight before losing to Lorelei’s Cloyster, Agatha’s Gengar, Drake’s Shelgon, and Flint’s Infernape, respectively.  During his battle with the Pyramid King Brandon, Pikachu was able to (barely) defeat Brandon’s Regice, and while competing in the Sinnoh League’s Lily of the Valley Conference, Pikachu was able to draw with Tobias’s legendary Pokémon Latios.  Shortly after becoming a Frontier Brain, Ash achieved his first victory over a member of the Elite Four when Pikachu quickly knocked out Will’s weakened Slowbro before winning a hard-fought battle against his Xatu.  During a rematch against the Orange League Champion, Drake, Pikachu was able to defeat Ditto again, but lost to Drake’s Dragonite.

Even with his high level of electrical power, Pikachu has not stopped learning new attacks.  Upon learning that Roxanne, the Rustboro Gym Leader used Rock-types, Ash had Pikachu begin learning Iron Tail. After training hard, Pikachu finally perfected it in order to defeat Roxanne’s Nosepass and earn Ash his first Hoenn Badge.  In addition to giving Pikachu an advantage over Rock-types, Iron Tail has allowed Pikachu to defeat many powerful opponents.  During a battle with Team Rocket, Ash ordered Pikachu to do a Quick Attack; much to the surprise of Ash and his friends, the Quick Attack morphed into Volt Tackle which sent Team Rocket blasting off.  In Unova, Pikachu learned Electro Ball while battling a trio of annoying Ducklett. After becoming a Frontier Brain, Ash taught Pikachu a new move: Light Screen, a defensive move that halves the power of Special attacks against Pikachu/Ash’s team.

Since Ash’s first encounter with Team Rocket, Pikachu has been pursued by the trio of Jessie, James, and Meowth.  Throughout the years, it has been Jessie, James and Meowth’s desire to steal this Pokémon from Ash and present him to their Boss, Giovanni.  To do this, they have come up with many schemes; though they have tried and continue to try hundreds of times, every last one of their plots fail, usually with the help of Ash, his friends, other Trainers, an Officer Jenny, or even themselves.

While not always immediately trusting of strangers, Pikachu is generally friendly to humans and Pokémon alike.  He acted as a guardian and big brother to Misty’s Togepi and later Ash’s young Pokémon, and has been seen mediating and even breaking up fights among other Pokémon.  During a Pokémon brawl instigated by Mewtwo, Pikachu, Meowth, and Meowth’s clone were the only Pokémon not to participate in the giant battle; Pikachu stood motionless as his clone repeatedly slapped his face.  Pikachu is also willing to help out Ash’s friends, and has even, on occasion, battled for them (in fact, each of Ash’s traveling companions has, at one time or another, used Pikachu in a battle).

Over the years, Pikachu has learned many moves, including ThunderShock, Thunderbolt, Agility, Quick Attack, Thunder, Double-Edge, Tackle, Leer, Iron Tail, Volt Tackle, and Electro Ball.  After Ash became a Frontier Brain, Pikachu's move set is Thunderbolt, Quick Attack, Iron Tail, and Light Screen.  Pikachu also uses Counter Shield, an original improvised move designed by Ash that involves Pikachu using Thunderbolt to form an electric barrier in order to protect himself, and can do damage to Pokémon his own size with a tail slam attack (although it isn’t very effective against much larger Pokémon).  Pikachu’s Ability is Static, which paralyzes its foe when Pikachu gets hit by a physical attack or uses a physical attack.  Ash maintains a special Poké Ball with a lightning bolt on it for Pikachu, as well as a Thunder Stone given to him by Nurse Joy in Vermilion City, should Pikachu ever decide to evolve into Raichu.

Ash’s Caterpie → Metapod → Butterfree♂ and the Pink Butterfree♀ Edit

The first wild Pokémon Ash ever caught, Ash threw a Poké Ball at a wild Caterpie in the Viridian Forest on his first day as a Pokémon trainer and captured it.  It quickly evolved into Metapod during a battle against Team Rocket’s Ekans and Koffing, and then evolved into Butterfree after battling Samurai’s Pinsir and a swarm of Beedrill.

As Butterfree, it participated in Ash’s gym battle against Misty at the Cerulean Gym and then against a Gentleman’s Raticate.  After the battle, the Gentleman proposed a trade between the two Pokémon, but Ash decided he wanted his Butterfree back so they traded back.

During the Butterfree mating season, Butterfree met its soul mate, a Pink Butterfree.  After defeating Team Rocket, Butterfree earned the Pink Butterfree’s attention, and Ash tearfully released Butterfree to mate.  They are both proud parents, having several children together over the years.

Butterfree still remains close to Ash’s heart, and he fondly remembered and talked about Butterfree to his friends and new acquaintances when the subject of his first Pokémon comes up.

After many years of separation, Butterfree and its mate returned to Ash while he was preparing to join the ranks of the Kanto Battle Frontier.  Ash happily accepted Butterfree’s return and the arrival of the Pink Butterfree.  Together, the two make excellent battle partners, with Butterfree knowing very powerful offensive attacks while the Pink Butterfree uses defensive and status adjustment moves.

Over the years, Butterfree has learned many attacks, including Tackle, String Shot, Harden, Sleep Powder, Whirlwind, and Stun Spore.  Currently, Butterfree knows Silver Wind, Aerial Ace, Psychic, and Hyper Beam, and the Pink Butterfree knows Safeguard, Sleep Powder, Toxic, and Protect.  Both Butterfree also have the same Ability, Compoundeyes, which raises its move accuracy by 30%.

Ash’s Pidgeotto → Pidgeot♂ Edit

One of his first Pokémon, Ash caught Pidgeot as a Pidgeotto in the Viridian Forest.  Pidgeotto wasn’t used in battle as often as Pikachu, Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle, but it was instrumental in Ash’s constant encounters with Team Rocket, often blowing away SmokeScreens and popping their balloons.  Pidgeotto was also frequently used to scout ahead to find the way to their next destination.

After the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau, Ash returned to Pallet Town, where he encountered an old enemy – the Spearow Ash had tried to catch the first day of his journey had evolved into Fearow and was leading other wild Spearow in harassing the local Pidgey flock.  Pidgeotto tried to lead the wild Pidgey to safety, but was badly injured.  Desperate to help its fellow birds, Pidgeotto evolved into Pidgeot and then lead the other Pidgey and Pidgeotto to defeat Fearow.  Ash released Pidgeot to guard the wild Pidgey so that Fearow would not return for a sneak attack.

While residing in the Viridian Foret, Pidgeot befriended a female Pidgeotto, who eventually evolved and became its mate.  Together, they have three offspring, all powerful Pidgey.  When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Pidgeot returned to Ash’s party, leaving its flock in the capable wings of its eldest son, now a Pidgeotto, and now lives with his other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Over the years, Pidgeot has learned many attacks, including Gust, Quick Attack, Sand-Attack, Whirlwind, Wing Attack, and Double-Edge.  Currently, Pidgeot knows Aerial Ace, Tailwind, Double Team, and Mirror Move.  Pidgeot’s Ability is Keen Eye, which protects it from losing accuracy.

Ash’s Bulbasaur♂ Edit

One of Ash’s oldest and most reliable Pokémon, Bulbasaur was raised in the Hidden Village in Kanto by Melanie, a Pokémon Breeder who cared for sick, injured, and abandoned Pokémon.  Bulbasaur was encouraged by Melanie to join Ash, explaining that its growth was being stunted by staying too long in the village.  After a battle against Pikachu, Bulbasaur was captured by Ash, and became the fourth Pokémon in the young trainer’s party.

During Ash’s Johto journey, Bulbasaur was requested by Professor Oak to come to the lab to keep the Pokémon there from quarreling with each other.  It proved to be a natural leader, solving territorial disputes and leading the construction of a new lake.  Bulbasaur remained at Professor Oak’s lab, but returned to Ash for specific battles and Pokémon tournaments.

Bulbasaur is best friends with Ash’s Squirtle, and is also a friend to May’s Venusaur.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Bulbasaur and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum, where it serves as one of Ash’s strongest Pokémon.  In the past, Bulbasaur has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including Aya’s Venonat, a hiker’s Rhyhorn, Jeanette’s Beedrill and Scyther, Rudy’s Exeggutor, Misty’s newly-evolved Poliwhirl, Jackson’s Magneton, and drew with both Jackson’s Meganium and Brandon’s Solrock.

During Ash’s battle against Will of the Johto Elite Four, he used Bulbasaur as his second Pokémon.  Bulbasaur battled against Will’s Slowbro, who just before knocked out Charizard with a single super-effective Water Pulse attack.  Although Bulbasaur put up a good fight, in the end Slowbro emerged victorious by blocking Bulbasaur’s last-ditch Frenzy Plant attack and retaliating with a devesting Psychic attack.

Over the years, Bulbasaur has learned many attacks, including Tackle, Vine Whip, Razor Leaf, Leech Seed, SolarBeam, Sleep Powder, and Take Down.  During an emergency at Professor Oak’s lab, Bulbasaur used Dig to escape from harm, although it’s never been able to repeat it.  Currently, Bulbasaur knows Sleep Powder, Sludge Bomb, which Bulbasaur learned training with Muk, Magical Leaf, which Bulbasaur learned from May’s Venusaur, and Frenzy Plant, which Bulbasaur learned through intensive training with Ash’s fully-evolved Grass-type Pokémon, Meganium and Sceptile.  Bulbasaur’s Ability is Overgrow, which increases the power of Grass-type attacks when its weakened.

Ash’s Charmander → Charmeleon → Charizard♂ Edit

One of Ash’s strongest Pokémon, Ash first met Charizard as a Charmander. Charmander had been abandoned by its previous trainer, Damian, after a loss.  Ash was able to befriend Charmander, and the Fire-type happily joined Ash’s team.  Charmander was a powerful asset, and it evolved in Charmeleon.

Unfortunately, Charmeleon lost its obedience to Ash, and refused to do anything Ash asked.  During a battle with an Aerodactyl, Charmeleon evolved into Charizard in order to fight, but still refused to obey its trainer, and only fought opponents he felt were worthy, such as Blaine’s Magmar, Mewtwo’s cloned Charizard, Ritchie’s Charmander, a trainer’s Tauros, and lastly Tad’s Poliwrath.  During its battle with Poliwrath, Charizard was frozen solid and then nursed back to health by Ash.  Having regained some of its respect for its trainer, Charizard began listening to Ash, and together, they defeated Poliwrath in a rematch.

Having secured Charizard’s allegiance, Ash became a trainer to be reckoned with.  However, at the beginning of Ash’s journey to the Johto League, Charizard was unfairly superior to many of its opponents, most notably Casey, a brand-new trainer from New Bark Town.

When Ash and his friends came to the Charicific Valley Natural Reserve, Ash left Charizard in the care of Liza to train with other Charizard, including Liza’s personal Charizard, Charla, with whom Ash’s Charizard has struck a relationship up with, resulting in the hatching of a young and powerful Charmander.  While in training at the Charicific Valley, Charizard was defeated by a visiting Shiny Charizard, who had come to the Valley in order to prove how tough it was.  After the Shiny Charizard was humbled by Lance, the Pokémon League Champion, and his Charizard, it became a resident of the Charicific Valley and began working to improve both itself and the other Charizard, including Ash’s.

Ash continues to call on Charizard for specific battles and Pokémon tournaments, and it remains on call while Ash serves as the newest Frontier Brain.  Charizard has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including Blaine’s Magmar, Luana’s Alakazam and Marowak (in a double battle with Pikachu), Falkner’s Pidgeot, Clair’s Dragonair, Gary’s Scizor and Blastoise, and Noland’s Articuno.

During Ash’s battle against Will of the Johto Elite Four, he began with Charizard against Will’s Exeggutor.  Despite Exeggutor’s powerful Grass and Psychic-type attacks, Charizard was able to overcome Will’s first Pokémon and knocked it out by paralyzing it with DragonBreath before utilizing his signature finishing technique, Seismic Toss.  However, Charizard was no match for Will’s Slowbro, who knocked out the Fire-/Flying-type Pokémon with a single Water Pulse attack.

Over the years, Charizard has learned many attacks, including Flamethrower, Leer, Rage, Skull Bash, Ember, Fire Spin, Submission, Seismic Toss, Mega Punch, Dragon Rage, Take Down, DragonBreath, Overheat, Steel Wing, Wing Attack, Slash, and Dragon Tail.  Currently, Charizard knows Blast Burn (the strongest known Fire-type attack exclusive to fully-evolved Fire-type Starter Pokémon), DragonBreath, Steel Wing, and Seismic Toss (Charizard’s signature finishing move).  Charizard’s Ability is Blaze, which increases the power of Fire-type attacks when its weakened.

Ash’s Squirtle♂ Edit

The last of Ash’s Kanto region Starter Pokémon, Squirtle is the once and current leader of the Squirtle Squad, a gang of wild Squirtle in Vermilion City who are well known for their mischievous natures.  Officer Jenny was able to recruit the Squirtle Squad to serve as firefighters, while the leader joined Ash on his Pokémon journey.

After traveling with Ash throughout Kanto, the Orange Islands, and into Johto, Squirtle returned to the Squirtle Squad in the aftermath of a firefighting competition, the Fire and Rescue Grand Prix, during which Squirtle coached his team to victory.

Like Charizard, Squirtle has returned to Ash’s side for specific battles and Pokémon tournaments, including the Silver Conference and the Battle Frontier, and it remains on call while Ash serves as the newest Frontier Brain.  Squirtle has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including Rudy’s Starmie, Drake’s Onix, Macy’s Electabuzz and Quilava, and Brandon’s Ninjask.

Over the years, Squirtle has learned many attacks, including Water Gun, Skull Bash, Tackle, BubbleBeam, Withdraw, Hydro Pump, and Rapid Spin.  Currently, Squirtle knows Ice Beam, Skull Bash, Brick Break, and Hydro Cannon, a move taught to Squirtle by Captain Aidan and his firefighting Blastoise, who Squirtle first met as the leader of Team Wartortle.  Squirtle’s Ability is Torrent, which increases the power of Water-type attacks when its weakened.

Ash’s Krabby → Kingler♂ Edit

Ash’s seventh Pokémon, Kingler has remained at Professor Oak’s laboratory for most of Ash’s journey.  When Ash caught Krabby, it was automatically sent to Professor Oak, since he already had six Pokémon with him.

Ash first used Krabby in battle during the first round of the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau against Mandi.  However, with a little beginner’s luck, Krabby was able to defeat Mandi’s Exeggutor, which led Krabby to evolve into Kingler.  Kingler proceeded to defeat Mandi’s Seadra and Golbat, allowing Ash to sweep the match.

Kingler returned to Ash’s party during the Whirl Cup tournament in Johto because it was an all-Water-type Pokémon competition.  Kingler was able to defeat Misty’s Poliwhirl, but lost to Psyduck’s Psychic-type attacks.

Ash intended to use Kingler during the Silver Conference, but it was injured while rescuing a trio of runaway Voltorb, necessitating its return to Professor Oak’s lab.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Kingler and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum.  When Team Rocket challenged Ash to their first official Pokémon battle in all the years they’ve known each other, Ash chose to battle with Kingler and Muk.  Unfortunately, Jessie and James’s newly-returned Arbok and Weezing were at a much higher level than Ash expected, and Kingler was defeated by Weezing’s Thunderbolt attack.

Over the years, Kingler has learned many attacks, including Harden, ViceGrip, Leer, Stomp, Water Gun, Bubble, Crabhammer, and Hyper Beam.  Currently, Kingler knows Crabhammer, Mud Shot, Brick Break, and Hyper Beam.  Kingler’s Ability is Hyper Cutter, which prevents its Attack stat from being reduced.

Ash’s Primeape♂ Edit

First encountered as a Mankey on Kanto Route 7, the Pig Monkey Pokémon started out friendly but quickly became angry after Ash tried to catch it.  Its anger intensified after being hurt by Team Rocket, and it evolved into a berserking Primeape. Ash was finally able to defeat Primeape with Charmander and capture it, although it remained a loose cannon.

A few weeks later, Ash learned of the P1 Grand Prix, a tournament for Fighting-type Pokémon.  In the first match against an opponent’s Machop, Primeape begins the battle disobedient, but begins to acknowledge Ash after he tries to save Primeape from being thrown out of the ring.  The two become a good team, and upon their victory, Primeape is crowned the P1 Grand Prix champion.  Anthony, a fellow P1 Grand Prix trainer, offered to train Primeape, and Ash agreed.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Primeape returned to Ash’s party and now lives with his other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Over the years, Primeape has learned many attacks, including Thrash, Scratch, Mega Kick, and Seismic Toss.  Currently, Primeape knows Bulk Up, Close Combat, Stone Edge, and Hyper Beam.  Primeape’s Ability is Anger Point, which maximizes the Attack stat of the user when it is hit by a critical hit.

Ash’s Muk♂ Edit

An extremely happy and affectionate Pokémon, Muk used to be the leader of a swarm of Grimer.  However, with a little help from a Magnemite, Pikachu was able to defeat Muk and Ash captured it with a Poké Ball.  It was then immediately sent to Professor Oak’s lab because its stench was so rancid that it could seep through the Poké Ball.  After its capture, Muk was able to control its stench, leaving only a faint odor behind.

During Ash’s journey, Muk has only been called upon sparingly, most notably for the fourth round of the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau against Jeanette Fisher and for Ash’s battle against Gary in the Silver Conference.  Muk also assisted Ash in the Orange Islands when Bulbasaur was kidnapped by a giant Bulbasaur in a sewer.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Muk and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum.  When Team Rocket challenged Ash to their first official Pokémon battle in all the years they’ve known each other, Ash chose to battle with Kingler and Muk.  Unfortunately, Jessie and James’s newly-returned Arbok and Weezing were at a much higher level than Ash expected, and after Kingler was defeated by Weezing’s Thunderbolt attack, Muk was forced to battle both Poison-type Pokémon on its own.  As their various Poison-type attacks were useless against one another, Muk was no match for Arbok and Weezing’s simultaneous Hyper Beam attacks.

Over the years, Muk has learned many attacks, including Body Slam, Poison Gas, and Sludge Bomb.  Currently, Muk knows Body Slam, Sludge Wave, Shadow Punch, and Hyper Beam.  Muk’s Ability is Stench, which repels wild Pokémon and has a 10% chance of making its opponent flinch in battle.

Ash’s Tauros♂ (×26) Edit

While in the Safari Zone in Kanto, Ash received 30 Safari Balls to capture different Pokémon.  However, all Ash was able to catch was a herd of Tauros when they ran in front of his Safari Balls.  Upon leaving the Safari Zone, all 30 Tauros were sent to Professor Oak’s lab.

Ash first called one of his Tauros to service when he challenged Drake, the Orange League Champion.  He later used Tauros during a Tauros-battling competition (which he won), and again during the Silver Conference and the Battle Frontier.

Because of the large amount of Tauros he has, Ash has occasionally traded or given one away to worthy trainers. He has traded a Tauros for a Rhyhorn, another for a Tangela, and one for a Slowpoke wearing a King’s Rock (which enabled it to evolve into Slowking). He gave one to Max just before the younger boy began to compete in the Ever Glade Conference.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, all of Ash’s Tauros and his other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum.

Over the years, Tauros has learned many attacks, including Fissure, Take Down, Horn Attack, and Double Team.  Currently, Ash’s main Tauros knows Double Team, Zen Headbutt, Earthquake, and Giga Impact, while the others know Take Down, Horn Attack, Zen Headbutt, and Giga Impact.  The Tauros are also strong enough to pick up a Metagross, Dragonite, Tauros, and Venusaur on its horns and then throw them into the air.  Tauros’s Ability is Intimidate, which lowers its opponent’s attack stat when it emerges for battle.

Ash’s Lapras♂ Edit

One of two Pokémon he caught in the Orange Islands, Ash first met Lapras on Tangelo Island when he and his friends rescued it from being abused by three boys who were trying to get it ready to fight the Orange Crew.  Although Lapras was afraid of humans, Ash gained Lapras’s trust after he saved it from Team Rocket and the Water-type Pokémon decided to be a part of Ash’s team.

Lapras was used extensively as a means of transportation, carrying Ash, Misty and Tracey on its back through the seas from one Orange island to another.

After winning the Orange League, Ash and his friends found the school that Lapras got separated from.  However, its school wanted nothing to do with Lapras because it was accompanied by humans.  After Ash and his Lapras defeated the large school of Tentacruel belonging to Captain Crook, a Lapras hunter, the Lapras began to trust humans and Ash’s Lapras was able to rejoin the school, as well as its mother.

While traveling in the Johto region, Ash was reunited with Lapras, and was able to witness Lapras becoming the leader of its school when the original leader stepped down.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Lapras stepped down as leader of its school to return to Ash’s party.  It now lives with his other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Over the years, Lapras has learned a few attacks, including Surf, Ice Beam, and Water Gun.  Currently, Lapras knows Hydro Pump, Blizzard, Dragon Pulse, and Safeguard.  Lapras’s Ability is Water Absorb, which heals its health when hit with a Water-type attack.

Ash’s Snorlax♂ Edit

One of Ash’s strongest Pokémon, Ash met Snorlax on the seven Grapefruit Islands of the Orange Archipelago.  Snorlax was becoming an ecological menace, swimming from island to island and eating all of the grapefruit.  With the help of his friends, Team Rocket, and Jigglypuff, Ash was able to knock out Snorlax and capture it.

Ash sent Snorlax to Professor Oak while preparing to battle Drake, the Orange League Champion. Snorlax returned to Ash for specific battles and Pokémon tournaments. Snorlax has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including a wild Rhydon, Clair’s Kingdra, Gary’s Arcanine and Nidoqueen, Harrison’s Hypno and Steelix, and Arena Tycoon Greta’s Hariyama and Medicham.  Snorlax was also the winner of the Pokémon Sumo Contest, defeating Poliwrath, Machamp, and finally Feraligatr, which won Ash a King’s Rock and a year’s supply of Pokémon food (which Snorlax ate in one go before falling asleep and returning to Professor Oak’s lab).

Snorlax generally only responds to food or battle (and not always the latter).  It is a powerhouse eater, able to consume a year’s worth of food in one helping, and its appetite is mirrored in its unparalleled strength and fitness.  It is a very strong swimmer (often swimming with Ash’s Water-type Pokémon for exercise) and is deceptively agile, along with its hugely powerful physical moves.  Snorlax’s main advantage is its huge defensive capabilities, with very few attacks capable of inflicting damage.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Snorlax and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum.  After an accident with Snorlax’s Poké Ball, Ash used a Heavy Ball given to him by Kurt, the Poké Ball smith, to recapture Snorlax.  The Heavy Ball was much more ideal for Snorlax, one of the heaviest known Pokémon.

When Lance, the Kanto League Champion, came to the Battle Colosseum for an exhibition match, Ash used his Snorlax to battle against Lance’s Kangaskhan.  Although it was clear that Snorlax was the physically stronger Pokémon, Lance used a Mega Stone to Mega Evolve Kangaskhan into Mega Kangaskhan, where it emerged victorious over Ash’s Pokémon.

Over the years, Snorlax has learned many attacks, including Body Slam, Headbutt, Mega Kick, Mega Punch, Hyper Beam, Ice Punch, Tackle, Harden, and Rest.  Currently, Snorlax knows Rest, Sleep Talk, Ice Punch, and Hyper Beam.  Snorlax’s Ability is Thick Fat, which gives it heat and cold protection, halving the power of Ice- and Fire-type attacks.

Ash’s Heracross♂ Edit

The first Pokémon Ash caught in the Johto region, Heracross joined Ash’s team after he and his friends solved a territorial dispute between a swarm of Heracross and Pinsir.  Heracross is an eager but easily distracted Pokémon, especially regarding sap.  It likes to suck sap from plants or trees, as well as Bulbasaur and its evolution’s bulb, and appears indifferent to how this annoys Ash’s Bulbasaur.

Heracross traveled with Ash for a while before being sent to Professor Oak’s lab, but returned to Ash for specific battles and Pokémon tournaments.  Heracross has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including Shingo’s Scizor “Blade”, Gary’s Magmar, and Nando’s Kricketune, and did significant damage to Tobias’s Darkrai.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Heracross and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum.

Over the years, Heracross has learned many attacks, including Tackle, Horn Attack, Endure, Leer, Take Down, Fury Attack, Megahorn, Sleep Talk, Focus Punch, and Hyper Beam.  Currently, Heracross knows Megahorn, Close Combat, Stone Edge, and Hyper Beam.  Heracross’s Ability is Swarm, which increases the power of Bug-type attacks when its weakened.

Ash’s Chikorita → Bayleef → Meganium♀ Edit

The second Pokémon Ash caught in Johto, Meganium is also Ash’s first female Pokémon.  When Ash first captured Chikorita, the young Grass-type developed a crush on its trainer, constantly fighting for his attention and trying to get his approval.  Chikorita is stubborn, passionate, and easily gets jealous of the attention Ash’s other Pokémon receive – especially Pikachu.

Chikorita evolved into Bayleef to protect Ash from Team Rocket, but took a while to realize that as a Bayleef, it was much bigger than Chikorita and wasn’t small enough to leap into Ash’s arms.  When Ash went off to Hoenn, Bayleef remained behind at Professor Oak’s lab with Ash’s other Pokémon.  While staying at Professor Oak’s lab, Bayleef evolved into Meganium.

Meganium is a powerful and tactical battler, using the vines of its Vine Whip (and later Frenzy Plant) to restrict its opponent’s moves or even as a propeller to become airborne.  It maintains its crush on Ash, but has learned to control its impulses better than when it was a Chikorita and Bayleef.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Meganium and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum.  Meganium has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including Bugsy’s Spinarak, Misty’s Staryu, Chuck’s Poliwrath and Machoke, and Harrison’s Houndoom.

Over the years, Meganium has learned many attacks, including Razor Leaf, Vine Whip, Tackle, Sweet Scent, Body Slam, and Headbutt.  Currently, Meganium knows Aromatherapy, Body Slam, Earthquake, and Frenzy Plant, which Meganium learned upon its evolution.  Meganium’s Ability is Overgrow, which increases the power of Grass-type attacks when its weakened.

Ash’s Cyndaquil → Quilava → Typhlosion♂ Edit

The Fire-type Johto Starter Pokémon, Ash found and captured Cyndaquil on Johto Route 33.  Immediately after catching Cyndaquil, Ash was challenged by a trainer named Koji, who was looking to catch a Cyndaquil.  With his new Pokémon, Ash was able to defeat Koji and his Sandslash, despite the type disadvantage.

At first, Cyndaquil was considered very weak and lazy, and was easily tired out, but after some training, it learned how to ignite its flame at will.  It quickly became a strong Pokémon, able to defeat most opponents that were weak to its Fire-type attacks; however, it was less effective against Pokémon it was at a disadvantage against.

When Ash went off to Hoenn, Cyndaquil remained behind at Professor Oak’s lab with Ash’s other Pokémon.  After being rotated into Ash’s party during his training for the Lily of the Valley Conference in Sinnoh, Cyndaquil evolved into Quilava during an attack by Team Rocket.  Upon its evolution, Quilava became calm, serious, and stoic, very different from Cyndaquil, and retained those traits after evolving into Typhlosion.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Quilava and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum, and evolved into Typhlosion a short while later.  Typhlosion has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including Koji’s Sandslash, Bugsy’s Scyther, Miki’s Skarmory, Lisa’s Mankey, Whitney’s Nidorina, Morty’s Gastly, Jasmine’s Steelix, Pryce’s Dewgong, and drew against Nando’s Armaldo.

Over the years, Typhlosion has learned many attacks, including Flamethrower, Tackle, SmokeScreen, Swift, Quick Attack, Flame Wheel, Eruption, and Aerial Ace.  Currently, Typhlosion knows Swift, Aerial Ace, Double Team, and Blast Burn, which Typhlosion learned upon its evolution.  Typhlosion’s Ability is Blaze, which increases the power of Fire-type attacks when its weakened.

Ash’s Totodile → Croconaw → Feraligatr♂ Edit

The last of the Johto Starter Pokémon, both Ash and Misty attempted to capture Totodile with the special Lure Balls they received from Kurt, the Poké Ball Smith.  Since they didn’t know who caught it, the two trainers battle for it.  Ash won, and Totodile became Ash’s Pokémon.

As a Totodile, it was highly energetic and always happy.  It maintained its positive attitude after evolving, although it learned to temper its excitement because as a Croconaw and then a Feraligatr, it was too big to behave as it did when it was a Totodile.  It also frequently fell in love with attractive female Pokémon, including Azumarill, Golduck, and Quagsire.  After Ash returned from Unova and became a Frontier Brain, his Snivy helped Feraligatr learn Attract.

When Ash went off to Hoenn, Totodile remained behind at Professor Oak’s lab with Ash’s other Pokémon.  Totodile evolved into Croconaw while living at Professor Oak’s laboratory.  When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Croconaw and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum, and evolved into Feraligatr a short while later.  Feraligatr has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including Lisa’s Granbull, Christopher’s Kingdra, the Battle Park’s Charizard (under the command of Jessie), and Harrison’s Sneasel.

Over the years, Feraligatr has learned many attacks, including Scratch, Bite, Water Gun, Headbutt, Scary Face, and Slash.  Currently, Feraligatr knows Attract, Scary Face, Ice Fang, and Hydro Cannon, which Feraligatr learned upon its evolution.  Feraligatr’s Ability is Torrent, which increases the power of Water-type attacks when its weakened.

Ash’s Shiny Noctowl♂ Edit

Ash’s Flying-type Pokémon for the Johto region, he captured the Shiny Noctowl in the Ilex Forest.  In addition to its unique color, Noctowl is smaller and more intelligent than a normal Noctowl.

Noctowl is unique among Ash’s Pokémon, not only for its Shiny coloring, but for its various Psychic-type attacks.  It quickly became Ash’s choice to battle Ghost-type Pokémon, due to its Foresight attack.

When Ash went off to Hoenn, Noctowl remained behind at Professor Oak’s lab with Ash’s other Pokémon, where Professor Oak studied its unique coloring.  It returned to Ash’s party during the Lily of the Valley Conference, where it fought Conway.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Noctowl and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum.  

Over the years, Noctowl has learned many attacks, including Peck, Hypnosis, Foresight, Tackle, Confusion, Sky Attack, Air Slash, and Extrasensory.  Currently, Noctowl knows Foresight, Sky Attack, Hypnosis, and Dream Eater.  Noctowl’s Ability is Insomnia, which prevents it from falling asleep in battle.

Ash’s Phanpy → Donphan♂ Edit

Received as an egg after winning the Extreme Pokémon race, Phanpy hatched under Ash’s care, becoming his first Ground-type Pokémon.  Very playful and energetic, but young and inexperienced, Phanpy struggled during many of its first Pokémon battles.

When Ash went off to Hoenn, Phanpy remained behind at Professor Oak’s lab with Ash’s other Pokémon.  It returned to Ash’s party when he challenged the Battle Frontier, having grown up and become more powerful while at the lab.  It evolved into Donphan during one of Team Rocket’s attacks.  Ash returned Donphan to Professor Oak’s lab before beginning his journey in Sinnoh.  It returned to Ash’s party during the Lily of the Valley Conference, where it fought Conway.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Donphan and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum.  Donphan has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including Macy’s Slugma, Lucy’s Seviper, and Team Rocket’s Charizard and Aggron (in a double battle with Brock’s Steelix).

Over the years, Donphan has learned many attacks, including Tackle, Rollout, Take Down, Defense Curl, Earthquake, Hidden Power, and Hyper Beam.  Currently, Donphan knows Stealth Rock, Gyro Ball, Earthquake, and Hyper Beam.  Donphan’s Ability is Sturdy, which prevents it from being knocked out with one attack. 

Ash’s Larvitar♂ and Tyranitar♀ Edit

A young Pokémon cared for by Ash, Larvitar hatched from an egg that was on its way to Professor Elm.  The egg had been stolen from its mother, Tyranitar, by the Pokémon Poacher Brothers, Braggo, Chico, and Blurt.

Larvitar started out very shy and timid, but learned to appreciate life through its adventures with Ash, and learned about the world around it.  It made new friends, such as Ash, Pikachu, Misty, Brock, Elekid, Slowpoke/Slowking, and Unown.

Larvitar was reunited with its mother on Mount Silver, and Ash helped them defeat the Pokémon Poacher Brothers and get them arrested by the Pokémon Park Rangers.  Together, Larvitar and Tyranitar live in peace on Mount Silver under the protection of the Park Rangers.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Larvitar, now grown up, decided it wanted to join Ash’s party.  Ash was more than happy to catch Larvitar, and now the Rock Skin Pokémon resides at the Battle Colosseum.  While there, it became close friends with Ash’s Gible.  In addition, Ash earned the respect and trust of Tyranitar, who has battled for Ash on a few occasions.

Over the years, Larvitar has learned many attacks, including Screech, Hidden Power, Harden, Bite, and Dig.  Currently, Larvitar knows Screech, Hidden Power, Dig, and Rock Slide.  Larvitar’s Ability is Guts, which increases its Attack stat when affected by a status ailment.  Also, Tyranitar knows Dark Pulse, Earthquake, Stone Edge, and Hyper Beam, and its Ability is Sand Stream, which summons a sandstorm upon entering a battle.

Ash’s Taillow → Swellow♂ Edit

Arguably Ash’s strongest Flying-type Pokémon, Swellow was the first Pokémon Ash caught in the Hoenn Region.  A tough and persistent Pokémon, Swellow is considered by some to be overly stubborn and would fight to its last breath rather than give up.

During a PokéRinger contest, Taillow evolved into Swellow and won the tournament.  Swellow participated in the Ever Grande Conference and then at the Kanto Battle Frontier.

When Ash went off to Sinnoh, Swellow remained behind at Professor Oak’s lab with Ash’s other Pokémon.  It returned to Ash’s party during the semi-finals of the Lily of the Valley Conference, where it fought and lost to Tobias’s Latios.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Swellow and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum.  Swellow has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including Winona’s Shiny Swellow, Tate and Liza’s Lunatone and Solrock (in a double battle with Pikachu), Juan’s Whiscash, Katie’s Venomoth and Scizor, Tyson’s Hariyama and Donphan, Tucker’s Swampert and Arcanine (in a double battle with Corphish), and Spenser’s Venusaur.

Over the years, Swellow has learned many attacks, including Peck, Wing Attack, Quick Attack, Aerial Ace, and Double Team.  Currently, Swellow knows Aerial Ace, Double Team, Steel Wing, and Hyper Beam.  Swellow’s Ability is Guts, which increases its Attack stat when affected by a status ailment.

Ash’s Treecko → Grovyle → Sceptile♂ Edit

Ash’s only Starter Pokémon from the Hoenn Region, Sceptile is one of his strongest Pokémon.   Ash caught Sceptile as a Treecko on Hoenn Route 104.  Sceptile has been known to act cool, calm and collected; holding a twig in the side of its mouth almost always.  Sceptile has an overpowering pride that it will defend at all costs from anyone or anything that damages it, most notably after being defeated by Seviper and Hariyama, and when a Tropius flirted with a Meganium it had taken a liking to.  Before evolving into Sceptile, it was shown to tease the other Pokémon, although it would always defend and protect them.

It took Treecko a while to become a good battler, although it had a lot of heart and spirit.  Treecko evolved into Grovyle in a battle against Guy, who’s Loudred evolved into Exploud at the same time.  Grovyle became a powerhouse member of Ash’s Hoenn team, with attacks like Pound, Quick Attack, Bullet Seed, and Leaf Blade.  Grovyle participated in the Ever Grande Conference and then at the Kanto Battle Frontier.  Grovyle evolved into Sceptile in Kanto to save Nurse Joy’s Meganium, but it fell into a depression after Meganium rejected it and was unable to use any moves.  It regained its confidence (and its moves) in battle against Team Rocket and then the Palace Maven Spencer.

When Ash went off to Sinnoh, Sceptile remained behind at Professor Oak’s lab with Ash’s other Pokémon.  It made a triumphant return to Ash’s party during the semi-finals of the Lily of the Valley Conference, where it was able to defeat Tobias’s Darkrai, becoming the only Pokémon in the Sinnoh League (or the region for that matter) to defeat Darkrai.  Unfortunately, Sceptile was defeated by Tobias’s Latios with a single Giga Impact attack.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Sceptile and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum.  Sceptile has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including Brawly’s Machop and Hariyama, Winona’s Altaria, Katie’s Walrein, Morrison’s Steelix, Spenser’s Shiftry and Claydol, and Tobias’s Darkrai.

Over the years, Sceptile has learned many attacks, including Pound, Quick Attack, Bullet Seed, Leaf Blade, SolarBeam, Agility, and Leaf Storm.  Currently, Sceptile knows Dragon Pulse, Detect, X-Scissor, and Frenzy Plant.  Sceptile’s Ability is Overgrow, which increases the power of Grass-type attacks when its weakened.

Ash’s Corphish → Crawdaunt♂ Edit

Found on Hoenn Route 106, Ash battled Corphish with his Treecko and proceeded to catch it.  Corphish became Ash’s go-to Water-type Pokémon during his Hoenn journey and then against the Battle Frontier, participating in Pokémon battles against various trainers.

When Ash went off to Sinnoh, Corphish remained behind at Professor Oak’s lab with Ash’s other Pokémon, becoming close friends with his Kingler, a fellow crab-like Pokémon.  When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Corphish and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum, and evolved into Crawdaunt a short while later.  Crawdaunt has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including Brawly’s Machop, Flannery’s Magcargo and Torkoal, Juan’s Sealeo and Seaking (in a double battle with Pikachu) and Luvdisc, Dominick’s Swalot, Katie’s Golduck, Morrison’s Girafarig and Growlithe, Tucker’s Swampert and Arcanine (in a double battle with Swellow), and Anabel’s Alakazam, and drew against Morrison’s Swampert.

Over the years, Crawdaunt has learned many attacks, including Crabhammer, BubbleBeam, ViceGrip, and Harden.  Currently, Crawdaunt knows Crabhammer, Crunch, Swords Dance, and Protect.  Crawdaunt’s Ability is Hyper Cutter, which prevents its Attack stat from being reduced.

Ash’s Torkoal♂ Edit

Found in the Valley of Steel, Ash and his friends rescued Torkoal from a group of Steel-type Pokémon led by a Steelix.  With Ash’s help, Torkoal was able to defeat Steelix and earn its respect.  Ash then invited Torkoal to join him as his Pokémon, which Torkoal accepted.

Torkoal is an emotional Pokémon, and very friendly toward people and Pokémon alike.  It has a habit of releasing smoke from its nostrils and back when it is happy, and usually does it upon its release from its Poké Ball and when it wins a battle.  It is one of Ash’s best defensive Pokémon (along with Snorlax), and has access to some serious Fire-type attacks.

When Ash went off to the Battle Frontier, Torkoal remained behind at Professor Oak’s lab with Ash’s other Pokémon.  It made a triumphant return to Ash’s party during his rematch with Brandon, where it battled against Brandon’s Registeel.  Although it put up a good fight, Torkoal was unable to defeat Registeel, despite having a type advantage.   It also participated in Ash’s battle against Tobias during the semi-finals of the Lily of the Valley Conference, but lost quickly to Tobias’s Darkrai.

Over the years, Torkoal has learned many attacks, including Flamethrower, Overheat, Iron Defense, Body Slam, and Heat Wave.  Currently, Torkoal knows Iron Defense, Sludge Bomb, Stone Edge, and Heat Wave.  Torkoal’s Ability is White Smoke, which prevents other Pokémon from lowering its stats.

Ash’s Snorunt → Glalie♂ Edit

Ash’s Ice-type Pokémon, he was able to defeat Snorunt with Pikachu and capture the mischievous Pokémon.  Although not as powerful as some of Ash’s other Pokémon, with some training and friendship, Snorunt was able to evolve into Glalie and become a force to be reckoned with.

When Ash went off to the Battle Frontier, Glalie remained behind at Professor Oak’s lab with Ash’s other Pokémon.  It returned to Ash’s party during his training for the Lily of the Valley Conference in Sinnoh, but didn’t participate in the tournament itself.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Glalie and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum.  Glalie has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including Clark’s Quilava and Charizard (in a double battle with Grovyle), Katie’s Misdreavus (although it fell to the effects of Misdreavus’s Destiny Bond), Morrison’s Metang, and drew against Tyson’s Sceptile.

Over the years, Glalie has learned many attacks, including Icy Wind, Double Team, Headbutt, and Ice Beam.  Currently, Glalie knows Double Team, Ice Beam, Crunch, and Hyper Beam.  Glalie’s Ability is Ice Body, which causes it to regain health during a hailstorm.

Ash’s Aipom♀ Edit

Ash’s Starly → Staravia → Staraptor♂ Edit

Ash’s Flying-type from the Sinnoh region

Ash’s Turtwig → Grotle → Torterra♂ Edit

The Grass-type Starter Pokémon of the Sinnoh region, Ash caught Turtwig on Sinnoh Route 202 after battling it with Pikachu.  It was a brave yet kind Pokémon that was both incredibly fast and quite strong.

Like many of Ash’s Pokémon, Turtwig’s battle style was based on speed.  However, after Turtwig evolved into Grotle during a battle against Paul’s Honchkrow, its new body was larger and heavier which led to the diminishment of its speed.  It was shown by Paul’s Torterra how to compensate, by relying on its more powerful defenses.  After evolving into Torterra, it continued to struggle in battle.  When Ash went off to Unova, Torterra remained behind at Professor Oak’s lab with Ash’s other Pokémon.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Torterra and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum.  While there, Ash and Torterra were finally able to work together and create a new battle style to take advantage of Torterra’s incredible size and strength.  Also, like Snorlax, Ash transferred Torterra from a regular Poké Ball to a Heavy Ball given to him by Kurt, the Poké Ball smith.  Torterra has defeated numerous powerful Pokémon, including Roark’s Rampardos, Gardenia’s Turtwig, and Candice’s Sneasel.

Over the years, Torterra has learned many attacks, including Tackle, Razor Leaf, Bite, Synthesis, Energy Ball, Rock Climb, and Leaf Storm.  Currently, Torterra knows Synthesis, Stone Edge, Earthquake, and Wood Hammer.  Torterra’s Ability is Overgrow, which increases the power of Grass-type attacks when its weakened.

Ash’s Chimchar → Monferno → Infernape♂ Edit

One of Ash’s strongest Pokémon, Chimchar was originally captured and trained by Ash’s Sinnoh League rival, Paul. However, the two didn’t get along, and eventually Paul released Chimchar. It decided to join Ash’s team, and under his training, Chimchar evolved into Monferno and then Infernape.

Ash’s Buizel → Floatzel♂ Edit

Ash’s Gligar → Gliscor♂ Edit

Ash’s Gible♂ Edit

Ash first met Gible on Sinnoh Route 210, where it was being taught how to use Draco Meteor by Wilma, a kind old lady from Blackthorn City and former Dragon-type Pokémon trainer.  Gible began to follow Ash, and eventually allowed itself to be caught by him.

As a Dragon-type Pokémon, Gible is stronger than other non-evolved Pokémon, and can hold its own against some pretty powerful opponents.  When Ash went off to Unova, Gible remained behind at Professor Oak’s lab with Ash’s other Pokémon.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Gible and all of Ash’s other Pokémon at Professor Oak’s lab moved to the Battle Colosseum.  While there, it became close friends with Ash’s Larvitar.  When Ash was challenged by Drake, the Champion of the Orange League, he chose Gible to battle against Drake’s Ditto.  Unfortunately, Drake and Ditto were able to defeat Gible by using its own Dragon-type moves against it.

Since being captured by Ash, Gible has learned many attacks, including Dig, Dragon Pulse, Rock Smash, and Draco Meteor.  Currently, Gible knows Dig, Sandstorm, Flamethrower, and Draco Meteor.  Gible’s Ability is Sand Veil, which boosts its evasion in a sandstorm.

Ash’s Pidove → Tranquill → Unfezant♀ Edit

Ash’s Flying-type from the Unova region

Ash’s Oshawott → Dewott → Samurott♂ Edit

Ash’s Tepig → Pignite → Emboar♂ Edit

Ash’s Snivy → Servine → Serperior♀ Edit

The Grass-type Starter Pokémon from Unova, Ash’s Serperior is believed to have walked away from its original trainer who it deemed unworthy.  Ash was able to catch it as a Snivy after he won her respect as a trainer of not only skill, but also unwavering determination and overpowering spirit.

Serperior is a powerful Pokémon, albeit not as strong as some of Ash’s older Pokémon.  Its specialty lies in its Attract attack, using the technique to infatuate its opponents before using its myriad of powerful Grass-type attacks.  Under Ash’s command, Serperior has expanded its repertoire of attacks.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Snivy and all of Ash’s other Pokémon moved to the Battle Colosseum.  After Ash returned from Unova and became a Frontier Brain, Snivy helped his Feraligatr learn Attract.   He also transferred Snivy from a regular Poké Ball to a Love Ball given to him by Kurt, the Poké Ball smith.  Snivy has defeated some powerful opponents, including Ash’s Pikachu, Oshawott, and Tepig, Trip’s Servine, Georgia’s Pawniard, Katharine’s Gothita, and Clay’s Palpitoad.  While at the Battle Colosseum, Snivy evolved into Servine and then Serperior.

Since being captured by Ash, Serperior has learned many attacks, including Attract, Vine Whip, Leaf Storm, and Leaf Blade.  Currently, Serperior knows Attract, Leaf Blade, Aerial Ace, and Twister.  Serperior’s Ability is Overgrow, which increases the power of Grass-type attacks when its weakened.

Ash’s Scraggy → Scrafty♂ Edit

Ash’s Sewaddle → Swadloon → Leavanny♂ Edit

A  Bug- and Grass-type Pokémon, Ash caught Sewaddle in the Pinwheel Forest.  It evolved into Swadloon during Ash’s gym battle with Burgh, the Castelia City Gym Leader, and then into Leavanny during a practice battle with Iris’s Emolga.

Leavanny is an independent but caring Pokémon.  It is very competitive with a passion for battling, and always tries its hardest, even when at a disadvantage.   It also has some sewing skills, which can even be applied during a Pokémon battle.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Leavanny and all of Ash’s other Pokémon moved to the Battle Colosseum.  Leavanny has defeated some powerful opponents, including Burgh’s Dwebble and Whirlipede, Roxie’s Koffing, and Marris’s Karrablast.

Since being captured by Ash, Leavanny has learned many attacks, including String Shot, Razor Leaf, Tackle, Bug Bite, Energy Ball, and X-Scissor.  Currently, Leavanny knows Slash, Leaf Blade, X-Scissor, and Swords Dance.  Leavanny’s Ability is Swarm, which increases the power of Bug-type attacks when its weakened.

Ash’s Palpitoad → Seismitoad♂ Edit

A powerful Pokémon from the Unova region, Ash captured a Palpitoad after it was defeated by his Oshawott.  As a Water- and Ground-type Pokémon, Palpitoad quickly became Ash’s go-to Pokémon for battling Electric-types.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Palpitoad and all of Ash’s other Pokémon moved to the Battle Colosseum, where it evolved into Seismitoad.

Since being captured by Ash, Seismitoad has learned many attacks, including Mud Shot, Hydro Pump, Supersonic, and Sludge Wave.  Currently, Seismitoad knows Hydro Pump, Earthquake, Sludge Wave, and Drain Punch.  Seismitoad’s Ability is Swift Swim, which increases its speed in the rain.

Ash’s Roggenrola → Boldore → Gigalith♂ Edit

Ash’s Krokorok → Krookodile♂ Edit

Ash’s Froakie → Frogadier → Greninja♂ Edit

Ash’s Fletchling → Fletchinder → Talonflame♂ Edit

Ash’s Flying-type from the Kalos region, Talonflame is unique from his other Flying-types by virtue of also being a Fire-type.

Ash’s Hawlucha♂ Edit

Ash’s Goomy → Sliggoo → Goodra♂ Edit

Ash’s Noibat → Noivern♂ Edit

Ash’s Charmander♂ Edit

The son of Ash’s and Liza’s Charizards, Charmander was born in the Charicific Valley.  Having learned that Ash was now a Frontier Brain, Liza offered to send Charmander to him to raise.  Ash agreed, and Charmander joins the ranks of Ash’s young Pokémon.

As the child of two powerful Charizards, Charmander knows Scratch, Ember, SmokeScreen, and DragonBreath.  Like all Charmander, its Ability is Blaze, which increases the power of Fire-type attacks when its weakened, but it has never been activated.

Ash’s Rhyhorn♂ Edit

A new addition to Ash’s team, he received Rhyhorn through a trade for one of his 30 Tauros.

Rhyhorn lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Ash’s Tangela♂ Edit

A new addition to Ash’s team, he received Tangela through a trade for one of his 30 Tauros.

Tangela lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Ash’s Ditto Edit

A new addition to Ash’s team, he caught Ditto outside the Cerulean Cave while visiting his old friend Misty.  This Ditto has the rare Ability Imposter.

Ditto lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Ditto’s only move is Transform.  Ditto’s Ability is Imposter, which allows it to immediately transform into its opponent, copying the opponent’s states exactly.

Ash’s Eevee♂ Edit

The son of Gary’s Umbreon, Eevee was given to Ash as a newborn Pokémon by his longtime friendly rival.

Eevee lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Currently, Eevee knows Dig, Shadow Ball, Hyper Voice, and Return.  Eevee’s Ability is Adaptability, which powers up moves of the same type.

Ash’s Pichu♂ Edit

Given to him as a newborn Pokémon, Ash received Pichu from his close friend, Brock.  Pichu has taken a shine to Ash’s Pikachu and treats its evolved form as an older brother to look up to.  Pichu is also close to Ash’s other young Pokémon, including Charmander, Eevee, Tyrogue, and Riolu.  It resides within a Fast Ball, given to Ash by Kurt, the Poké Ball smith.

A Baby Pokémon, Pichu knows Charm, Sweet Kiss, Hidden Power, and Volt Tackle (a move it inherited from its parents).  Pichu’s Ability is Static, which paralyzes its foe when Pichu gets hit by a physical attack or uses a physical attack.

Ash’s Slowpoke → Slowking♂ Edit

A new addition to Ash’s team, he received Slowpoke through a trade for one of his 30 Tauros. Because Slowpoke was holding a King’s Rock during the trade, it immediately evolved into Slowking upon joining Ash’s party.

Slowking lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Ash’s Dunsparce♂ Edit

One of Ash’s newly-acquired Pokémon, Dunsparce is one of Ash’s secret weapons – although it appears to be weak, it is actually a well-rounded Pokémon capable of four different types of attacks.  While it is nowhere near a match for Ash’s strongest Pokémon (Pikachu, Charizard, Snorlax, et. al.), it is capable of holding its own in battle.

Dunsparce lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Currently, Dunsparce knows Flamethrower, Rock Slide, Thunderbolt, and Zen Headbutt. Dunsparce’s Ability is Serene Grace, which doubles the chance of an attack having an additional effect.

Ash’s Tyrogue♂ Edit

Tyrogue lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.  It became fast friends with one of Ash’s other Fighting-type Pokémon, Riolu, and is also close to Ash’s other young Pokémon, including Charmander, Eevee, and Pichu.  It resides within a Friend Ball, given to Ash by Kurt, the Poké Ball smith.

Currently, Tyrogue knows Foresight, Double Team, Swift, and Vacuum Wave.  Tyrogue’s Ability is Guts, which increases its Attack stat when affected by a status ailment.

Ash’s Nincada → Ninjask♂ Edit

Captured as a Nincada during a Bug Catching Contest, Ash was able to raise it until it evolved into a Ninjask.  While not one of Ash’s most powerful Pokémon, he nevertheless treats Ninjask with the respect and love he shows to all of his Pokémon.

Ninjask resides within a Park Ball (the special Poké Ball used for Bug Catching Contests) and lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Currently, Ninjask knows Swords Dance, Slash, Aerial Ace, and X-Scissor.  Ninjask’s Ability is Speed Boost, which allows its speed to gradually increase.

Ash’s Shedinja♂ Edit

Upon Ash’s Nincada’s evolution into Ninjask, Ash was surprised to find one of his Poké Balls open up to reveal a Shedinja.  While not one of Ash’s most powerful Pokémon, he nevertheless treats Shedinja with the respect and love he show all his Pokémon.

Shedinja lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Currently, Shedinja knows Confuse Ray, Shadow Ball, Night Slash, and X-Scissor.  Shedinja’s Ability is Wonder Guard, which only allows super effective moves to hit.

Ash’s Spoink → Grumpig♂ Edit

Ash’s first official Psychic-type Pokémon, he captured Spoink during a visit to the Viridian Forest shortly before becoming a Frontier Brain.  With some training with Ash’s other Pokémon (and a few rounds with Team Rocket), Spoink quickly evolved into Grumpig.  While not Ash’s oldest or strongest Pokémon, Grumpig can still hold its own in a battle.

Grumpig lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Currently, Grumpig knows Confuse Ray, Shadow Ball, Bounce, and Psychic.  Grumpig’s Ability is Own Tempo, which prevents itself from being confused.

Ash’s Burmy → Mothim♂ Edit

Captured as a Burmy during a Bug Catching Contest, Ash was able to raise it until it evolved into a Mothim.

Mothim lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Ash’s Riolu♂ Edit

A special Riolu that knows Aura Sphere, it was rescued from the clutches of Pokémon Hunter J by Ash Ketchum.  It returned to the Lucario Kingdom.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Riolu left the Lucario Kingdom, this time by choice, and was voluntarily captured by Ash.  It now lives with his other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.  It became fast friends with one of Ash’s other Fighting-type Pokémon, Tyrogue, and is also close to Ash’s other young Pokémon, including Charmander, Eevee, and Pichu.

Currently, Riolu knows Aura Sphere, Shadow Claw, Bullet Punch, and Dual Chop.  Riolu’s Ability is Steadfast, which increases its speed each time it flinches.

Ash’s Hippopotas♂ Edit

A new addition to Ash’s team

Hippopotas lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Currently, Hippopotas knows Yawn, Take Down, Dig, and Sand Tomb.  Hippopotas’s Ability is Sand Stream, which automatically summons a Sandstorm when it enters a battle.

Ash’s Cottonee → Whimsicott♂ Edit

A new addition to Ash’s team, Ash captured Cottonee while traveling in the Unova region. Under his training, Cottonee was able to evolve into Whimsicott.

Whimsicott lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Currently, Whimsicott knows Energy Ball, Leech Seed, Cotton Spore, and Hurricane.  Whimsicott’s Ability is Prankster, which gives priority to a status move.

Ash’s Venipede → Whirlipede → Scolipede♂ Edit

A new addition to Ash’s team, Ash captured Venipede while traveling in the Unova region. Under his training, Venipede was able to evolve into Whirlipede and then Scolipede, becoming one of the powerhouses of his Unova team.

Scolipede lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Ash’s Scatterbug → Spewpa → Vivillon♂ Edit

A new addition to Ash’s team, Ash caputred Scatterbug while traveling in the Kalos region. Under his training, Scatterbug was able to evolve into Spewpa and then Vivillon.

Vivillon lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Ash’s Skrelp → Dragalge♂ Edit

A new addition to Ash’s team, Ash captured Skrelp while traveling in the Kalos region. Under his training, Skrelp was able to evolve into Dragalge.

Dragalge lives with all of Ash’s other Pokémon at the Battle Colosseum.

Ash’s Latias♀ Edit

A legendary Pokémon, Latias and her brother, Latios, lived in the Secret Garden in Alto Mare, where they were the guardians of the Soul Dew.  They were friends with Lorenzo and Bianca.

Latias and Latios presented some very unique powers, such as sight-sharing, invisibility and shapeshifting.  Latias commonly shapeshifts to appear the same as Bianca, and befriended Ash under her persona.

Latias is a very docile Pokémon. She appeared to dislike fighting and was easily scared off by any conflict or anything attempting to cause harm to her.  She cared much for people and Pokémon close to her, including Ash, Latios, Bianca, and Lorenzo.  After the death of her brother, Latias became the sole caretaker of the Soul Dew.

Before Ash became a Frontier Brain, he returned to Alto Mare, where Latias offered to fight for him in a Pokémon battle, an offer Ash has accepted on more than one occasion, most notably during an exhibition battle against his longtime rival, Gary Oak, and his Fossil Pokémon, Aerodactyl.

Currently, Latias knows Mist Ball, Light Screen, Safeguard, and Draco Meteor.  Latias’s Ability is Levitate, which renders it immune to Ground-type moves.

Ash’s Azelf Edit

A legendary Pokémon, Azelf the guardian of Lake Valor befriended Ash during his Sinnoh journey.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Azelf, like Latias, offered to fight for him in a Pokémon battle, an offer Ash has accepted on more than one occasion.

Currently, Azelf knows Extrasensory, Swift, Thunder Wave, and Protect.  Azelf’s Ability is Levitate, which renders it immune to Ground-type moves.

Ash’s Meloetta Edit

A legendary Pokémon, Meloetta befriended Ash during his Unova journey.

When Ash became a Frontier Brain, Meloetta, like Latias and Azelf, offered to fight for him in a Pokémon battle, an offer Ash has accepted on more than one occasion.

Currently, Meloetta knows Relic Song, Close Combat, Psychic, and Hyper Voice.  Meloetta’s Ability is Serene Grace, which doubles the chances of enabling a move’s additional effect.

Jessie, James, and Meowth/Team Rocket Edit

Even after all of these years, the Team Rocket trio is still trying to catch Pikachu and work their way into the Boss’s good graces…in the meantime, Jessie continues to participate in Pokémon Contests, James maintains and adds to his impressive bottle cap collection, Meowth tries to prove that he’s better than any Persian, and all three of them continue their various business ventures to save up money for mecha in order to help them catch Pikachu (not that the mecha are all that helpful, anyways).  Their embittered rivalry with fellow Team Rocket members Butch and Cassidy continues to this day.

After Ash became a Frontier Brain, Jessie and James had their first official battle against the Twerp since their first meeting all those years ago.  Using their newly-recovered Arbok and Weezing, both of who had advanced in level significantly during their time in the wild, Team Rocket was able to defeat Ash’s Kingler and Muk in a fair fight.  Unfortunately, they got greedy and tried to take Ash’s Pokémon as their prize…only to have Pikachu send them blasting off again!

One of the newest additions to Team Rocket’s roster is Jessie’s Magneton and James’s Electrode, both Electric-type Pokémon.  Unfortunately for them, neither Magneton nor Electrode was a match for Ash’s Pikachu.

Upon (finally!) completing a task for the Boss (the successful theft of an entire set of evolutionary stones), he had the Team Rocket Delibird bequeath them with two newly-hatched Dragon-type Pokémon – Dratini and Bagon (much to the shock of Cassidy and Butch, who had assumed they were going to get the young Dragon-types).  Jessie and James were both ecstatic about their new Pokémon and vowed to raise them just as they had their other Pokémon.

Like Ash, the Team Rocket trio has recovered the Pokémon they’ve released into the wild, in addition to the new Pokémon they were given by Team Rocket Headquarters: Jessie’s team now consists of Arbok, Lickilicky, Wobbuffet, Seviper, Dustox, Yanmega, Swoobat, Jellicent, Gourgeist, Misdreavus, Venomoth, Nidorina, Magneton, and Dratini, and James’s consists of Weezing, Victreebel, Cacturne, Chimecho, Mime Jr., Carnivine, Cofagrigus, Amoonguss, Malamar, Gastly, Parasect, Nidorino, Electrode, and Bagon.  Meanwhile, Meowth has done some training to make himself a better-rounded Pokémon, and can now use Slash, Cut, Shadow Claw, and Night Slash.

Team Rocket’s Pokémon Edit

Meowth♂ Edit

A truly unique Pokémon, Meowth lived on the streets of Hollywood as a member of a gang of Meowth led by a Persian.  One day, Meowth came across a female Meowth named Meowzie, who rejected him, saying that he was poor and that she preferred humans, so Meowth attempted to make himself more human-like to make her love him.  Thus, he painstakingly taught himself to speak human language and walk upright like a human, sacrificing his ability to learn the signature move of his species, Pay Day.  When he approached Meowzie after this transformation, she once again rejected him, calling him a freak. Heartbroken, Meowth remembered the first human word he learned to speak — “rocket” — and was inspired to join Team Rocket.

For a short while, Meowth was Giovanni's “top cat”, but was quickly replaced by a Persian.  Since then, he has been teamed up with Jessie and James, and the three of them are known as the “Team Rocket trio”.

Meowth has an ambitious, conniving, and idealistic personality.  He has made it his life goal to please Giovanni (or “Boss”, as he and his teammates call Giovanni), and will stop at nothing to capture or steal useful or rare Pokémon, especially Ash’s Pikachu.  He is an amorous Pokémon, developing crushes on Meowzie, Cassandra (a human herbalist), May’s Skitty, a wild Skitty, a Glameow, and more.

Since Ash has become a Frontier Brain, Team Rocket’s criminal activities have stalled while they concentrate on other things.  Meowth has used his time to do some training, teaching himself new attacks gaining experience in battle.  These days, he’s a Pokémon to be reckoned with (although still no match for Pikachu).

Over the years, Meowth has learned a few attacks, including Fury Swipes, Scratch, and Bite.  Currently, Meowth knows Slash, Cut, Shadow Claw, and Night Slash.  Meowth’s Ability is Technician, which powers up weak attacks. Unfortunately, Meowth never learned of his Ability until after learning new attacks that were incompatible with Technician.  Also, because Meowth can speak human language but is a Pokémon, he is useful as a Pokémon translator.

Jessie’s Pokémon Edit

Jessie’s Ekans → Arbok♂ Edit

Jessie’s first Pokémon, it is very powerful and very well loved.  Unfortunately, it is frequently, if not always, defeated by Ash Ketchum and his friends’ Pokémon.

Jessie received Ekans on her 10th birthday.  It soon grew in power and experience, and eventually evolved into Arbok.  It often fought alongside Jessie’s Lickitung and Wobbuffet and James’ Weezing and Victreebel.

Jessie released Arbok into the wild in the forest near Rustboro City in Hoenn in order for it to protect a herd of Ekans from Pokémon poachers.  She eventually returned to reclaim Arbok, as an Ekans had grown powerful enough and evolved, and could now take care of its fellow Pokémon.

Since its return to Jessie’s party (and now residing in an Ultra Ball), Arbok has become her most powerful Pokémon.  In their first official Pokémon battle against Ash after all these years, Arbok and Weezing were able to work together and use their newfound strength to defeat Ash’s Kingler and Muk.

Over the years, Arbok has learned many attacks, including Dig, Bite, Wrap, Acid, Glare, Poison Sting, Toxic, Double-Edge, Tackle, Headbutt, and Take Down.  Currently, Arbok knows Gunk Shot, Crunch, Dragon Tail, and Hyper Beam.  Arbok’s Ability is Intimidate, which lowers its opponent’s attack stat when it emerges for battle.

Jessie’s Lickitung → Lickilicky♂ Edit
Jessie’s Wobbuffet♂ Edit

Originally belonging to a young man named Benny, Wobbuffet was accidentally traded to Jessie in exchange for her Lickitung.  Although generally a pain in Jessie’s neck, Wobbuffet was often instrumental in Pokémon battles, as it knew Counter and Mirror Coat, which were used to deflect powerful attacks.

Like all members of its species, Wobbuffet knows Counter, Mirror Coat, Safeguard, and Destiny Bond.  Wobbuffet’s Ability is Shadow Tag, which prevents its opponents from running away or switching out.

Jessie’s Wurmple → Cascoon → Dustox♀ Edit
Jessie’s Yanma  Yanmega♀ Edit
Jessie’s Woobat → Swoobat♀ Edit
Jessie’s Frillish → Jellicent♀ Edit
Jessie’s Pumpkaboo → Gourgeist♀ Edit
Jessie’s Misdreavus♀ Edit

A Ghost-type Pokémon, Jessie received Misdreavus from Team Rocket Headquarters. It often partners up with James’s Gastly.

Jessie’s Venomoth♀ Edit

A Bug-/Poison-type Pokémon, Jessie received Venomoth from Team Rocket Headquarters. It often partners up with James’s Parasect.

Jessie’s Nidorina♀ Edit

A Poison-type Pokémon, Jessie received Nidorina from Team Rocket Headquarters. It often partners up with James’s Nidorino.

Jessie’s Magneton Edit

An Electric- and Steel-type Pokémon, Jessie received Magneton from Team Rocket Headquarters. It often partners up with James’s Electrode.

Jessie’s Dratini♀ Edit

A Dragon-type Pokémon, Jessie was bequeathed a newly-hatched Dratini by Giovanni after the successful theft of an entire set of evolutionary stones. It often partners up with James’s Bagon.

James’s Pokémon Edit

James’s Koffing → Weezing♂ Edit

James’s first Pokémon, it is very powerful and very well loved.  Unfortunately, it is frequently, if not always, defeated by Ash Ketchum and his friends’ Pokémon.

James received Koffing for Christmas after his 10th birthday.  It soon grew in power and experience, and eventually evolved into Weezing.  It often fought alongside Jessie’s Arbok, Lickitung and Wobbuffet and James’ Victreebel.

James released Weezing into the wild in the forest near Rustboro City in Hoenn in order for it to protect a herd of Koffing from Pokémon poachers.  He eventually returned to reclaim Weezing, as a Koffing had grown powerful enough and evolved, and could now take care of its fellow Pokémon.

Since its return to James’s party (and now residing in an Ultra Ball), Weezing has become his most powerful Pokémon.  In their first official Pokémon battle against Ash after all these years, Weezing and Arbok were able to work together and use their newfound strength to defeat Ash’s Kingler and Muk.

Over the years, Weezing has learned many attacks, including Smog, SmokeScreen, Sludge, Poison Gas, and Tackle.  Currently, Weezing knows Sludge Bomb, Thunderbolt, Flamethrower, and Hyper Beam.  Weezing’s Ability is Levitate, which renders it immune to Ground-type moves.

James’s Weepinbell → Victreebel♂ Edit

One of James’s stronger Pokémon, he captured Weepinbell and took it to the Breeding Center run by fellow Team Rocket members Butch and Cassidy in disguise.  There, they gave Weepinbell a Leaf Stone which enabled it to evolve into Victreebel.

James accidentally traded Victreebel to the Magikarp Salesman for a female Weepinbell that knows Sweet Scent, but the two were subsequently abandoned by their new trainers; the two Victreebel met and fell in love and lived happily ever after.  Years later, James returned to reclaim Victreebel.

Over the years, Victreebel has learned many attacks, including Tackle, Razor Leaf, Sleep Powder, Poison Powder, Double-Edge, Wrap, Swords Dance, Take Down, Vine Whip, and Stun Spore.  Currently, Victreebel knows Leaf Storm, Sludge Bomb, Swords Dance, and Double-Edge.  Victreebel’s Ability is Chlorophyll, which raises its speed in the sunshine.

James’s Cacnea → Cacturne♂ Edit
James’s Chimecho♂ Edit
James’s Mime Jr.♂ Edit
James’s Carnivine♂ Edit
James’s Yamask → Cofagrigas♂ Edit
James’s Amoonguss♂ Edit
James’s Inkay → Malamar♂ Edit
James’s Gastly♂ Edit

A Ghost-/Poison-type Pokémon, James received Gastly from Team Rocket Headquarters. It often partners up with Jessie’s Misdreavus.

James’s Parasect♂ Edit

A Bug-/Grass-type Pokémon, James received Parasect from Team Rocket Headquarters. It often partners up with Jessie’s Venomoth.

James’s Nidorino♂ Edit

A Poison-type Pokémon, James received Nidorino from Team Rocket Headquarters. It often partners up with Jessie’s Nidorina.

James’s Electrode Edit

An Electric-type Pokémon, James received Electrode from Team Rocket Headquarters. It often partners up with Jessie’s Magneton.

James’s Bagon♂ Edit

A Dragon-type Pokémon, James was bequeathed a newly-hatched Bagon by Giovanni after the successful theft of an entire set of evolutionary stones. It often partners up with Jessie’s Dratini.

Lance, Champion of the Kanto Elite Four Edit

Lance is a recurring character of Master of the Colosseum, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Pokémon franchise.

Biography Edit

A native of Blackthorn City, Lance began his Pokémon journey with a Dratini given to him by his grandfather, the Blackthorn City Gym Leader (the Dratini was the child of Lance’s grandfather’s Dragonite).  As he began his journey through the nearby region of Kanto, he was bequeathed a Pokédex and a Starter Pokémon, Charmander, from Professor Oak.  Lance completed his journey through Kanto, collecting Gym Badges and eventually making it to the Indigo Plateau, where he participated in and won the Pokémon League.

After winning at the Indigo Plateau, Lance returned home to Blackthorn City where he studied and trained with his grandfather and his younger cousin, Clair, who was raising a powerful Seadra and Gyarados.  After his grandfather’s death, Lance returned to the Indigo Plateau to challenge the Elite Four.  Upon his victory over them, Lance was offered a place in their ranks, a place he accepted, and was also invited to join the Pokémon G-Men, an organization of detectives that travel the world, investigating and arresting anyone who improperly treats Pokémon.

As the Champion of the Kanto Elite Four, Lance participates in Pokémon Battles, stages exhibition matches, and travels the world with his Pokémon.  One particular challenge he issues every once in a while is to young trainers with less than four badges; he offers them an opportunity to battle some of his younger Pokémon that aren’t powerful enough to battle challengers of the Elite Four, including Charmander, Totodile, Treecko, Swablu, Bagon, Gible, Axew, and his Shiny Dratini.  He also has access to a number of Mega Stones, including Beedrillite, Charizardite X, Gyaradosite, Kangaskhanite, and Steelixite, thus allowing his Beedrill, Charizard, Gyarados, Kangaskhan, and Steelix to become Mega Beedrill, Mega Charizard X, Mega Gyarados, Mega Kangaskhan, and Mega Steelix, respectively.

On one occasion, he and Clair were visiting Liza at the Charicific Valley when a wild Shiny Charizard arrived in order to prove how tough it was.  It was immensely strong and strategically capable; it challenged and defeated many of the Valley’s Charizard, including Ash’s.  Having had enough of Charizard’s bullying, Lance challenged it to battle against his Charizard.  Working as a team, Lance and Charizard defeated and humbled the Shiny Charizard, who requested the privilege to remain at the Valley and train with the other Charizard.

Lance is a personal acquaintance of the newly-established Frontier Brain Ash Ketchum.  A few months after the completion of the Battle Colosseum, Lance held an exhibition match there; one of the many challengers he fought was Ash himself.  Despite being renowned as a Dragon-type Pokémon Master, Lance chose to battle Ash with his Kangaskhan, a Pokémon he’d captured in the Safari Zone during his original Pokémon journey.  Ash similarly chose a normal-type Pokémon, Snorlax, but Kangaskhan was able to overcome Snorlax’s remarkable strength after Mega Evolving into Mega Kangaskhan.  Also, Ash’s and Lance’s Charizards know each other from the Charicific Valley.

Lance is currently in an on-again, off-again relationship with Veronica Joy, a Nurse Joy who he defeated in the final round of the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

Lance’s Pokémon Edit

Lance’s strongest Pokémon, hands down, is his Dragonite.  He has a large number of Dragon-type Pokémon; however, he also has many other types from his days as a Pokémon trainer. 

Almost all of Lance’s Pokémon know Hyper Beam, which is widely regarded as one of the most powerful attacks in the Pokémon world.

Lance’s Dratini → Dragonair → Dragonite♂ Edit

Lance’s Starter Pokémon, he received Dratini from his grandfather, the Blackthorn City Gym Leader.  Dratini was the child of his grandfather’s Dragonite, which led to its incredible power even as a Dratini.

During Lance’s Pokémon journey through the Kanto Region, Dratini evolved into Dragonair and then Dragonite.  With the help of Dragonite and his other Pokémon, Lance was able to win the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau and go on to challenge the Kanto Elite Four.  Eventually, thanks to Dragonite, Lance was named Champion of the Kanto Elite Four.

While in Mahogany Town for the Pokémon G-Men, Dragonite helped Lance calm and then capture the Red Gyarados.  While in Hoenn to stop Teams Magma and Aqua, Lance used Dragonite to take on a brainwashed Kyogre.

Over the years, Dragonite has learned many attacks, including Agility, Slam, Barrier, Blizzard, Fire Blast, Thunder, Twister, Thunder Wave, Safeguard, Outrage, Wing Attack, Dragon Claw, Earthquake, Fly, Dragon Rush, ExtremeSpeed, Dragon Dance, Aerial Ace, DragonBreath, Steel Wing, Draco Meteor, and Hyper Beam.  Currently, Dragonite knows Safeguard, Hurricane, Draco Meteor, and Hyper Beam.  Dragonite’s Ability is Inner Focus, which protects itself from flinching.

Lance’s Charmander → Charmeleon → Charizard♂ Edit

At the beginning of his Pokémon journey, Lance received a Pokédex and a Starter Pokémon from Professor Oak.  He didn’t hesitate to pick Charmander, and the Fire-type Pokémon became one of his strongest Pokémon and closest friends.

When it isn’t needed, Lance’s Charizard often divides its time between Lance’s residences in Blackthorn City and at the Indigo Plateau, and the Charicific Valley, where it trains with its fellow Charizard.  While at the Valley, Lance and Charizard defeated a very powerful Shiny Charizard that had come to the Valley to bully other Charizard.

Lance has a Charizardite X Mega Stone, thus allowing Charizard to Mega Evolve into Mega Charizard X.

Over the years, Charizard has learned many attacks, including Flamethrower, Slash, Fire Spin, Toxic, Fire Blast, Seismic Toss, Earthquake, Fly, Dig, Wing Attack, Air Slash, Fire Fang, Shadow Claw, Dragon Claw, and Hyper Beam.  Currently, Charizard knows Flamethrower, Air Slash, Dragon Claw, and Hyper Beam.  Charizard’s Ability is Blaze, which increases the power of Fire-type attacks when its weakened.

Lance’s Red Gyarados♂ Edit

Captured at the Lake Rage north of Mahogany Town, Gyarados was experimented on by Team Rocket as a Magikarp and forced to evolve.  Since it was unable to fully evolve, Gyarados’s coloration stayed red instead of turning blue like a normal Gyarados.

Gyarados was rescued from Team Rocket by Lance, and then captured by the Kanto League Champion, where it’s become as much as an indisputable part of Lance’s team as his regular Gyarados.

Lance has a Gyaradosite Mega Stone, thus allowing the Red Gyarados to Mega Evolve into Mega Gyarados.

Over the years, Gyarados has learned many attacks, including Thrash, Bite, Dragon Rage, Leer, Twister, Hydro Pump, and Hyper Beam.  Currently, Gyarados knows Dragon Dance, Thunder Wave, Hydro Pump, and Hyper Beam.  Gyarados’s Ability is Intimidate, which lowers its opponent’s attack stat when it emerges for battle.

Lance’s Weedle → Kakuna → Beedrill♂ Edit

One of Lance’s first Pokémon, he captured Weedle in the Viridian Forest at the beginning of his Pokémon journey.  Weedle quickly evolved into Kakuna and then into Beedrill before Lance’s first Gym battle against Flint, the Pewter City Gym Leader.  Unfortunately, the newly-evolved Beedrill proved no match for Flint’s Geodude.

Despite its early loss, Lance continued to raise Beedrill, using it in various battles during his Pokémon journey.  During the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau, Beedrill was able to win the first round of the League for him.  As the years went by, Beedrill became more and more powerful.

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Beedrill infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at Lance’s residence in Blackthorn City.

Lance has a Beedrillite Mega Stone, thus allowing Beedrill to Mega Evolve into Mega Beedrill.

Over the years, Beedrill has learned many attacks.  Currently, Beedrill knows Toxic Spikes, Poison Jab, X-Scissor, and Hyper Beam.  Beedrill’s Ability is Swarm, which increases the power of Bug-type attacks when its weakened.

Lance’s Ekans → Arbok♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Arbok infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at Lance’s residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Arbok has learned many attacks.  Currently, Arbok knows Gunk Shot, Crunch, Dragon Tail, and Hyper Beam.  Arbok’s Ability is Intimidate, which lowers its opponent’s attack stat when it emerges for battle.

Lance’s Nidoran → Nidorino → Nidoking♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Nidoking infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at Lance’s residence in Blackthorn City.

Lance’s Growlithe → Arcanine♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon, he captured Growlithe on Kanto Route 7 during his Pokémon journey.  He later used it during the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

While passing through Stone Town, Lance received a Fire Stone, which he used to evolve Growlithe into Arcanine.

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Arcanine infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at Lance’s residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Arcanine has learned many attacks.  Currently, Arcanine knows Fire Blast, ExtremeSpeed, Dragon Pulse, and Hyper Beam.  Arcanine’s Ability is Intimidate, which lowers its opponent’s attack stat when it emerges for battle.

Lance’s Kangaskhan♀ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon, he captured Kangaskhan in Fuchsia City’s Safari Zone during his Pokémon journey.  He later used Kangaskhan during the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Kangaskhan infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at Lance’s residence in Blackthorn City.  Lance called on Kangaskhan to battle against Ash’s Snorlax during an exhibition match at the Battle Colosseum, where it Mega Evolved in order to prevail over Ash’s physically superior Snorlax.

Lance has a Kangaskhanite Mega Stone, thus allowing Kangaskhan to Mega Evolve into Mega Kangaskhan.

Over the years, Kangaskhan has learned many attacks.  Currently, Kangaskhan knows Outrage, Aerial Ace, Earthquake, and Hyper Beam.  Kangaskhan’s Ability is Scrappy, which enables moves to hit Ghost-type Pokémon.

Lance’s Magikarp → Gyarados♂ Edit

Lance’s first Gyarados, he’d captured a Magikarp near the beginning of his Pokémon journey in the waters of Cerulean City.  It took Lance months of training with Magikarp, but it eventually evolved into Gyarados, and became one of his best Pokémon.  He later used Gyarados at the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

When it isn’t needed, Lance’s Gyarados resides with his other Pokémon at his residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Gyarados has learned many attacks, including Hydro Pump, Dragon Rage, Leer, Rain Dance, Surf, Flail, Bite, Twister, Dragon Dance, Earthquake, Thunder Wave, Waterfall, Dragon Pulse, Ice Fang, Body Slam, Thunderbolt, Sleep Talk, and Hyper Beam.  Currently, Gyarados knows Earthquake, Flamethrower, Hydro Pump, and Hyper Beam.  Gyarados’s Ability is Intimidate, which lowers its opponent’s attack stat when it emerges for battle.

Lance’s Lapras♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon, he captured Lapras on Seafoam Island during his Pokémon journey.  He later used Lapras during the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Lapras infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at Lance’s residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Lapras has learned many attacks.  Currently, Lapras knows Hydro Pump, Blizzard, Dragon Pulse, and Hyper Beam.  Lapras’s Ability is Water Absorb, which heals its health when hit with a Water-type attack.

Lance’s Aerodactyl♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon

Lance’s Dratini → Dragonair♀ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon

Lance’s Totodile → Croconaw → Feraligatr♂ Edit

A special Pokémon given to him by Professor Elm, Lance received the Johto Water-type Starter Pokémon shortly after winning the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.  Under his training, Totodile evolved into Croconaw and then Feraligatr and became a powerful member of his team.  When not traveling with Lance, Feraligatr resides with his other Pokémon at his residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Feraligatr has learned many attacks.  Currently, Feraligatr knows Hydro Pump, Blizzard, Dragon Claw, and Hyper Beam.  Feraligatr’s Ability is Torrent, which increases the power of Water-type attacks when its weakened.

Lance’s Onix → Steelix♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon, he captured Onix at the Rock Tunnel during his Pokémon journey.  He later used Onix during the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

Lance evolved Onix into Steelix sometime after winning the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Steelix infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at his residence in Blackthorn City.

Lance has a Steelixite Mega Stone, thus allowing Steelix to Mega Evolve into Mega Steelix.

Over the years, Steelix has learned many attacks.  Currently, Steelix knows Iron Tail, Earthquake, DragonBreath, and Hyper Beam.  Steelix’s Ability is Sturdy, which prevents it from being knocked out with one attack.

Lance’s Horsea → Seadra → Kingdra♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon, he captured Horsea at the Vermilion Harbor during his Pokémon journey.  He later used Seadra during the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

Lance evolved Seadra into Kingdra sometime after winning the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

When it isn’t needed, Lance’s Kingdra resides with his other Pokémon at his residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Kingdra has learned many attacks.  Currently, Kingdra knows Surf, Ice Beam, Dragon Dance, and Hyper Beam.  Kingdra’s Ability is Sniper, which powers up its critical hits.

Lance’s Larvitar → Pupitar → Tyranitar♂ Edit

Lance’s Treecko → Grovyle → Sceptile♂ Edit

Lance’s Slakoth → Vigoroth → Slaking♂ Edit

Lance’s Seviper♂ Edit

Lance’s Trapinch → Vibrava → Flygon♂ Edit

Lance’s Swablu → Altaria♂ Edit

Lance’s Feebas → Milotic♂ Edit

Lance’s Aron → Lairon → Aggron♂ Edit

Lance’s Bagon → Shelgon → Salamence♂ Edit

Lance’s Beldum → Metang → Metagross Edit

Lance’s Rhyhorn → Rhydon → Rhyperior♂ Edit

Lance’s Electabuzz → Electivire♂ Edit

Lance’s Magmar → Magmortar♂ Edit

Lance’s Gible → Gabite → Garchomp♂ Edit

Lance’s Axew → Fraxure → Haxorus♂ Edit

Lance’s Druddigon♂ Edit

Lance’s Deino → Zweilous → Hydreigon♂ Edit

Lance’s Larvesta → Volcarona♂ Edit

Lance’s Skrelp → Dragalge♂ Edit

Lance’s Goomy → Sliggoo → Goodra♂ Edit

Lance’s Noibat → Noivern♂ Edit

Lance’s Shiny Dratini♂ Edit

A Shiny Dratini, Lance rescued this rare Pokémon from the clutches of criminals he apprehended in his duties as a Pokémon G-Man.  Dratini was very happy to join Lance and his Pokémon team; it particularly found common ground with Lance’s Red Gyarados, which had also been experimented on and later rescued by the Dragon-type Pokémon Champion.

Young and inexperienced, Lance doesn’t often use Dratini in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Dratini to a Pokémon battle.

Currently, Dratini knows ExtremeSpeed, Thunder Wave, Dragon Dance, and Draco Meteor, the last of which Dratini is still struggling to master.  Dratini’s Ability is Inner Focus, which protects itself from flinching.

Lance’s Charmander♂ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Charmander in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Charmander to a Pokémon battle.

Lance’s Totodile♂ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Totodile in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Totodile to a Pokémon battle.

Lance’s Treecko♂ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Treecko in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Treecko to a Pokémon battle.

Lance’s Swablu♀ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Swablu in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Swablu to a Pokémon battle.

Lance’s Bagon♂ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Bagon in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Bagon to a Pokémon battle.

Lance’s Gible♂ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Gible in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Gible to a Pokémon battle.

Lance’s Axew♂ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Axew in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Axew to a Pokémon battle.

Brandon, Pyramid King of the Kanto Battle Frontier Edit

The Pyramid King Brandon is a recurring character of Master of the Colosseum, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Pokémon franchise.

Biography Edit

The leader and most powerful of the Kanto Frontier Brains, Brandon is one of the few known trainers to capture and train Legendary Pokémon, as well as the rarely-seen Porygon.  When Spenser retired, Brandon led the other Frontier Brains in welcoming Ash Ketchum to their ranks.

In addition to his duties as a Frontier Brain, Brandon is also a world-class Pokémon researcher; he holds a Ph.D. in Archaeology. In his youth, he competed in and won the Hoenn League Ever Grande Conference.

While challenging the Battle Frontier, it took Ash three tries to beat him.  Other trainers to have challenged Brandon include Reggie of Veilstone City and his younger brother, Paul. He also routinely battles against various Gym Leaders, other Frontier Brains, and even members of the Elite Four and Pokémon Champions.

Brandon’s Pokémon Edit

Brandon’s Regirock Edit

Along with Registeel and Regice, Regirock is one of Brandon’s strongest Pokémon.

Over the years, Regirock has learned many attacks, including Focus Punch, Iron Defense, Hyper Beam, Lock-On, Stone Edge, Shock Wave, Zap Cannon, AncientPower, Superpower, Earthquake, and Explosion. Currently, Regirock knows Focus Punch, Iron Defense, Stone Edge, and Hyper Beam. Regirock’s Ability is Clear Body, which prevents other Pokémon from lowering its stats.

Brandon’s Registeel Edit

Along with Regirock and Regice, Registeel is one of Brandon’s strongest Pokémon.

Over the years, Registeel has learned many attacks, including Metal Claw, Zap Cannon, Lock-On, Sandstorm, Hyper Beam, Iron Head, Flash Cannon, Focus Punch, Iron Defense, Earthquake, and Toxic. Currently, Registeel knows Focus Punch, Iron Defense, Flash Cannon, and Hyper Beam. Registeel’s Ability is Clear Body, which prevents other Pokémon from lowering its stats.

Brandon’s Regice Edit

Along with Regirock and Regsteel, Regice is one of Brandon’s strongest Pokémon.

Over the years, Regice has learned many attacks, including Blizzard, Ice Beam, Focus Punch, Rest, Zap Cannon, Hyper Beam, Amnesia, and Thunder. Currently, Regice knows Focus Punch, Ice Beam, Rest, and Hyper Beam. Regice’s Ability is Clear Body, which prevents other Pokémon from lowering its stats.

Brandon’s Solrock Edit

Brandon’s Nincada → Ninjask♂ Edit

Brandon’s Duskull → Dusclops → Dusknoir♂ Edit

Brandon’s Farfetch’d♂ Edit

Brandon’s Mr. Mime♂ Edit

One of Brandon’s rare Pokémon

Currently, Mr. Mime knows Magical Leaf, Moonblast, Psychic, and Safeguard. Mr. Mime’s Ability is Filter, which reduces damage incurred by super-effective attacks.

Brandon’s Wobbuffet♂ Edit

One of Brandon’s rare Pokémon

Like all members of its species, Wobbuffet knows Counter, Mirror Coat, Safeguard, and Destiny Bond.  Wobbuffet’s Ability is Shadow Tag, which prevents its opponents from running away or switching out.

Brandon’s Qwilfish♂ Edit

One of Brandon’s strongest Water-type Pokémon, he uses Qwilfish when battling in or around the water.

Currently, Qwilfish knows Brine, Ice Beam, Sludge Wave, and Thunder Wave. Qwilfish’s Ability is Poison Point, which poisons its foe when Qwilfish gets hit by a physical attack or uses a physical attack.

Brandon’s Shedinja♂ Edit

Brandon’s Lunatone Edit

Brandon’s Baltoy → Claydol Edit

Brandon’s Tropius♂ Edit

Brandon’s Cherubi → Cherrim♀ Edit

Found abandoned by its trainer near Oreburgh City in Sinnoh, Brandon nursed Cherubi back to health before inviting it to join his team. Proud to serve a member of the Battle Frontier, Cherubi worked hard to be an asset and eventually evolved into a Cherrim.

Currently, Cherrim knows Sunny Day, Morning Sun, Take Down, and Solar Beam. Cherrim’s Ability is Flower Gift, which powers up all of its trainer’s Pokémon in the sunshine.

Brandon’s Porygon → Porygon2 → Porygon-Z Edit

One of Brandon’s rare Pokémon

Currently, Porygon-Z knows Hyper Beam, Psybeam, Signal Beam, and Tri-Attack. Porygon-Z’s Ability is Adaptability, which powers up moves of the same type.

Brandon’s Trubbish → Garbodor♂ Edit

Brandon’s Solosis → Duosion → Reuniclus♂ Edit

Brandon’s Tynamo → Eelektrik → Eelektross♂ Edit

Brandon’s Golett → Golurk Edit

Brandon’s Pawniard → Bisharp♂ Edit

Brandon’s Honedge → Doublade → Aegislash♂ Edit

Brandon’s Carbink Edit

Brandon’s Regigigas Edit

Brandon’s strongest Pokémon, he captured Regigigas at Snowpoint Temple after protecting it from Pokémon Hunter J. It is close compatriots with Brandon’s legendary golems, Regirock, Registeel, and Regice.

Currently, Regigigas knows Confuse Ray, Hammer Arm, Hidden Power, and Hyper Beam. Regigigas’s Ability is Slow Start, which halves its attack and speed at the beginning of a battle.

Assistant Chief Michael John “Mike” Tyler, CHP Edit

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Assistant Chief Michael John “Mike” Tyler is a main character in Taking Back the Night, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005, and a peripheral character in Taking Back the Night: J-Mac’s Gang and Taking Back the Night: Teenagers. He is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Approximately 99% of the world’s population doesn’t know or believe. 60 million people, give or take a few thousand, do…

Biography Edit

Assistant Chief of Operations at CHP Headquarters in Sacramento, Assistant Chief Mike Tyler was born on September 11, 1965, and raised in Sunnydale, California. He graduated 8th in his class from Sunnydale High School in 1983, and was granted an appointment to the United States Military Academy (thanks to the recommendation of Sunnydale’s Mayor, Richard Wilkins, and the city’s Congressman), where he earned a degree in history and a commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the US Army Reserve. He subsequently graduated from the police academy while serving in the Reserves, and got a job at the California Highway Patrol in 1989. He served in Desert Storm on active duty, before receiving an honorable discharge with the rank of 1st Lieutenant and returning to the CHP. Upon his return to the CHP, Mike spent two years as a junior officer with the CHP Border Division Unit in San Diego.

In 2001, Mike was serving as the Detective Sergeant of the CHP Lake Tahoe Field Office; it was at this post that – on his 36th birthday – 9/11 occurred. In the immediate aftermath, Mike considered returning to active duty in the Army, but was told by his commanding officer that at that time the Army didn’t need a 36-year-old 1st Lieutenant and that he’d be of more use to his country by remaining a police officer. In December of 2001, he investigated a homicide of a hiker on the mountain, and was able to determine that the killer was supernatural. Unfortunately, he was unable to catch the killer until two years later, when he assisted the FBI in the takedown and vanquish in Virginia shortly after the formation of the PIU.

In late 2002, after 13+ years on the CHP, having worked in various positions all over the state, Mike was promoted to Captain and given command of the CHP South Sacramento Field Office. It was while he was at this post that his hometown of Sunnydale collapsed during the battle with the First Evil. Mike took the destruction of his hometown hard, and tried to take it out on the demonic population of Sacramento. However, after barely defeating and surviving Solato, a 50-year-old vampire, Mike realized he couldn’t do it–take on the supernatural, extraterrestrial, and other forces of darkness–alone, and began recruiting help. And thus, the Paranormal Investigation Unit was born.

Mike’s first recruit was Lieutenant Darryl Morris, the San Francisco PD liaison to the Charmed Ones. His first out-of-state recruit was then-Detective 1st John Munch of the NYPD Special Victims Unit.

In 2003, during his recruitment of Captain Haxorus (a nonhuman member of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department), the two had a brief run-in with Count Dracula who was in Los Angeles on “business” when they found him feeding off a Dracula groupie. Mike managed to stake the legendary vampire, but Dracula reformed and proceeded to knock out both the human and Saurian police officers, before taking his leave. Despite not killing him, Mike was given major props for actually managing to stake the most famous vampire of all time.

In 2005, a minor Goa’uld named Xerxes (inhabiting the body of Marine Staff Sergeant Dave Silas) traveled through Sacramento in search of the Chappa’ai (Stargate), where he appeared on Mike’s radar. He and his partner, Officer Daphne Winters, attempted to apprehend the Goa’uld, but they were quickly and easily overpowered; Mike proceeded to call in all available members of his fledgling Paranormal Investigation Unit, including CHP Officer Archie Kendall, Det. Simone Magdalena, CSI Bruce Holden, SSA Chris Ballas of the ATF, US Army Colonel Jack Taylor and his daughter, Julie the Vampire Slayer, SFPD Lieutenant Darryl Morris, LASD Lieutenant Haxorus, and Captain Brad Coleman of the CSPD. Together, the various LEOs combined their forces to take down the Goa’uld once and for all.

Mike was promoted to Assistant Chief in 2008, and officially given a post as an Assistant Chief of Operations at CHP Headquarters. Between his work in the CHP, his Army service, and his creation of the PIU, Mike has many friends, allies, acquaintances, and enemies all around the world, many of whom know that if they ever have a supernatural problem, particularly with regards to criminal activities, to contact him.

In 2009, Mike and the PIU became aware of a darklighter, Vardeth, who had learned how to take the poison out of his crossbow bolts and put it into bullets. In the climatic shootout between the PIU and Vardeth, the darklighter shot Mike in the shoulder and mortally wounded Insp. Trudeau, the PIU’s whitelighter. Due to the unique characteristics of Vardeth’s poisoned bullets, Mike’s wound has rendered him impervious to a whitelighter’s healing powers.

Paranormal Investigations Unit Edit

An unofficial, multinational conglomerate of law enforcement officers. First assembled in 2003 in the aftermath of the destruction of Sunnydale, California, the PIU is comprised of a network of law enforcement, legal, medical, military, and political personnel from all over the world. The PIU’s leader is Assistant Chief Mike Tyler of the California Highway Patrol, a West Point graduate who grew up in Sunnydale. Members of the PIU include a Vampire Slayer, a former Watcher-turned-Interpol officer, some peaceful/non-hostile non-humans, and numerous police officers from all over the globe.

While the PIU has been a success in finding and apprehending common criminals, it was not until they stumbled upon a rogue Goa’uld named Xerxes, a former member of Ra’s court, in the body of an American soldier that they became recognized as a “legitimate” anti-paranormal team.

Despite being completely unofficial, the PIU has been recognized by the governments of the world; usually, if a paranormal case comes up, somebody calls somebody who is either a member of the PIU or affiliated with them, and they come in and help “off the books”.

The PIU’s track record with the so-called “experts” vary from team to team, from those who view the PIU as rank amateurs out of their league to those who welcome the assistance of law enforcement and the reprieve from having to dodge and/or lie to the authorities.

Members Edit

Here is a list of some of the more prominent members of the PIU.

In Sacramento Edit
  • Assistant Chief Michael John “Mike” Tyler, CHP – Founder/Leader
  • Sergeant Daphne Nicole Winters, M.P.A., CHP
  • Officer William Thomas “Billy” Evans, A.A., CHP
  • Nurse Practitioner Nicole Miller, M.S.N.
  • Julie Taylor, B.Sc., the Vampire Slayer
  • Dr. Gary Jameson, M.D., Ph.D., CHP – Psychiatrist
  • Inspector Bruce Holden, SacSD – Crime scene investigator
  • Sergeant Archibald “Archie” Kendall, CHP – Driving instructor, CHP Academy
  • Captain John Patrick “Sully” Sullivan, CHP Air Operations Unit – Helicopter pilot
  • Sergeant Jason Eric Shelton, SacPD SWAT Team – SWAT Team Commander
  • Chief Deputy District Attorney Elliot James Davidson, SacDA Major Crimes Unit
  • DA Investigator Melinda Anderson, SacDA Major Crimes Unit
  • Supervisory Special Agent Christopher Robert “Chris” Ballas, ATF
Outside of Sacramento Edit
  • Detective Captain Kelly Marie Gaines, Cleveland PD Homicide
  • Captain Haxorus “Hax”, LASD – Los Angeles County liaison to the non-human community
  • Inspector Andrew “Andy” Trudeau, SFPD Homicide – Whitelighter to the PIU (KIA, 2009)
  • Captain Darryl Morris, Oakland PD
  • Sergeant John Munch, NYPD Special Victims Unit (Ret. 2013)
  • Detective III Ricardo “Rick” Morales, J.D., LAPD Robbery-Homicide Division
  • Captain Bradley “Brad” Coleman, Colorado Springs PD
  • Lieutenant Hugh Covel, Nashville PD Homicide
  • Captain Stella Wade, A.A., Mobile PD Special Victims Division
  • Detective Thea Salinas, Orange County SD
  • Detective Anna Maria Kent, A.A., Cheyenne PD
  • Supervisory Special Agent Jessica Elizabeth “Jess” Hanson (née Martin), Ph.D., FBI Laboratory
  • Chief Warrant Officer 4 Jacob A. “Jake” Stiles, B.A., US Army CID
  • Senior Special Agent Oscar “Oz” Gale, MBI – Magical Bureau of Investigation liaison to the PIU
  • Senior Agent Cyrus Eugene Washington, GC, D.Hum., Interpol
  • Detective Pedro José Morales, Tijuana PD (KIA, 2010)
  • Detective Inspector Kenji Matsumoto, J.D., Tokyo Metropolitan PD
  • Lieutenant Colonel Marik el-Rashid, Ph.D., Egyptian National Police

Associates Edit

Here is a list of some prominent associates of the PIU, although they are not full members.

Inside Sacramento Edit
  • Amanda Fields, J.D., California Attorney General
  • Detective Simone Magdalena, CHP
  • Lieutenant Ronald Anthony “Ron” Thompson, CHP Office of Internal Affairs
  • Assistant Commissioner Esmeralda Carpenter, CHP – CHP Assistant Commissioner of Media Relations
  • Detective Brett Jennings, SacPD Homicide
  • Assistant District Attorney Katrina Leanne Ring, SacDA Major Crimes Unit – Assistant District Attorney
  • Peter Andrew “Pete” Johnson – Founder & CEO, PAJ Construction
  • Samuel T. “Sam” Cook, Attorney-at-Law – Sacramento County Public Defender
  • Senator Steven Joseph “Steve” Morton, US Senate – United States Senator from California
Outside of Sacramento Edit
  • Captain Thomas “Tommy” Hicks, SFPD
  • Colonel Jack Taylor, US Army
  • Lieutenant Arthur C. Merriman, USCG
  • Brigadier General Thomas “Tommy” Blane, USMC – Commanding Officer, Joint Task Force-666
  • Lieutenant Colonel Paul Davis, USAF – Pentagon Liaison to the PIU (among other classified, secret, and/or unofficial programs)
  • Supervisory Special Agent Ian Edgerton, FBI
  • Operations Manager Henrietta “Hetty” Lange, NCIS Office of Special Projects
  • Lieutenant General Jonathan J. “Jack” O’Neill, USAF (Ret. 2012)
  • Prudence “Prue” (KIA, 2001), Piper, and Phoebe Halliwell & Paige Matthews, the Charmed Ones
  • Commissioner Francis “Frank” Reagan, NYPD
  • District Attorney John James “Jack” McCoy, NYCDA
  • Richard Edgar “Rick” Castle, NYPD Homicide
  • Chief Cordell Walker, Texas Rangers
  • Captain James “Jimmy” Trivette, Texas Rangers

Career Edit

Education Edit

  • 1983 – Sunnydale High School, Sunnydale, CA
  • 1987 – Bachelor of Science degree in History – United States Military Academy, NY
  • 1989 – California Highway Patrol Cadet Academy – Sacramento, CA

List of assignments Edit

  • 1987–1989 – Junior Officer, United States Army Reserve
  • 1988–1989 – Cadet, California Highway Patrol Cadet Academy – Sacramento, CA
  • 1990–1991 – Junior Officer, United States Army
  • 1992–1994 – Junior Officer, CHP Border Division Unit “Mexico Liaison Unit” – San Diego, CA
  • 1994–1995 – Patrol Officer, CHP Coastal Division – San Luis Obispo, CA
  • 1995–1996 – Junior Detective, CHP Northern Division – Redding, CA
  • 1996–1996 – Detective, CHP Southern Division – Glendale, CA
  • 1996–1999 – Senior Detective, CHP Inland Division – San Bernadino, CA
  • 1999–2002 – Detective Sergeant, CHP South Lake Tahoe Field Office – South Lake Tahoe, CA
  • 2002–2008 – Commanding Officer, CHP South Sacramento Field Office – Sacramento, CA
  • 2008–Present – Assistant Chief of Operations, CHP Headquarters – Sacramento, CA

Effective dates of promotion Edit

United States Army Edit
  • 1987 – 2nd Lieutenant
  • 1989 – 1st Lieutenant
California Highway Patrol Edit
  • 1989 – Officer
  • 1995 – Detective
  • 1999 – Detective Sergeant
  • 2002 – Captain
  • 2008 – Assistant Chief

Personal life Edit

A native of Sunnydale, Mike’s great-great-great-grandfather moved to California after the American Civil War; Mike now lives in Pocket, a neighborhood in South Sacramento off of I-5, with his girlfriend of almost 10 years, Heather Adkins. A few weeks before the destruction of Sunnydale in 2003, his parents, Johnny and Gladys Tyler, moved from Sunnydale to Rancho Murietta in Sacramento County to enjoy retirement and be closer to their only son. Mike remains in contact with many of his fellow “Sunnydale survivors” from his high school days, including Capt. Kelly Gaines of the Cleveland PD (his high school prom date), Rob Williams, the younger brother of one of his closest friends who died in ’83, Casey Dunn, a retired Major League Baseball player, and T.J. Carver, who became a homeless drug addict after Sunnydale and Army life (and died of a drug overdose the night Sunnydale was destroyed).

While not working, Mike enjoys playing basketball (he played varsity basketball at Sunnydale High and on the Army’s bench while at West Point) and baseball, swimming, reading a good book, watching movies, and hanging out with his girlfriend. He is an able cook, although nowhere near a master chef. He is a fan of Star Trek, comic books, and has been a loyal subscriber to Sports Illustrated since he was a pre-teen.

In November 2012, Heather learned she was pregnant with her’s and Mike’s first child. She gave birth to a daughter, Courtney Emma Tyler, on June 17, 2013.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

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As a senior officer with the California Highway Patrol, Mike drives a CHP Camaro as his duty vehicle and carries a Smith & Wesson Model 4006 TSW pistol in .40 S&W with a tactical light as his sidearm, with a snub-nose .38 Colt Detective Special as his backup piece. He currently has no regular partner, although his former Probie, Sergeant Daphne Winters, fills the position when he undertakes criminal investigations. He wears an Omega Seamaster wristwatch (which doubles as his wrist communicator) and a West Point Class Ring (which he has since had blessed to protect him from various magical spells).

Kara Zor-El/Kara Ellison/Supergirl Edit

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Kara Zor-El, also known as Kara Ellison as well as the superhero Supergirl, is the main character of Smallville: Redux, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on Smallville by Laura Vandervoort.

Biography Edit

The daughter of Zor-El and Alura, Kara Zor-El was 16 years old when she was rocketed to Earth to escape the destruction of Krypton.  Unfortunately, upon her arrival on Earth, she was stuck in suspended animation for 18 years because her ship fell into the Smallville Reservoir adjacent to Reeves Dam.  After awakening from her 18-year slumber, Kara spent nearly a year on Earth with her cousin, who was now 20 years old and went by Clark Kent.  Eventually, in 2011, Kara traveled forward in time to the 31st century, and made a life for herself with the Legion of Super-Heroes under the codename Supergirl.

As a Legionnaire, Kara became aware of a plot to assassinate Superman, Earth’s greatest hero, as a teenager, and used her Legion Ring to travel back in time to 2002.  When she arrived, Kara helped her then-15-year-old cousin stop Eric Summers, a human who had absorbed Clark’s Kryptonian powers via a lightning strike and a piece of Kryptonite.  Unfortunately, Kara’s ring was damaged in the ensuing battle, leaving her without the ability to time travel and stranded in 2002.  With no way to contact the future, Kara has dedicated herself to protecting Clark from the future assassin.  While residing at the Kent Farm, Kara has moved into Clark’s bedroom while he has essentially claimed the barn’s loft as his new room.

Because her original mission, pre-time travel, was to watch over Kal-El (who was a baby when they departed Krypton and 20 years old when she was revived from suspended animation), Kara is grateful for a second chance to help her cousin learn about his heritage, his homeworld and people, especially the House of El, whose members include not only their immediate family, but also their ancestors, including Val-El, a famous explorer; Sul-El, the inventor of Krypton’s first telescope; Tala-El, the author of Krypton’s first planetary constitution; Hatu-El, the inventor of Krypton’s first electromagnet and electric motor; and Gam-El, the father of modern Kryptonian architecture.  The first recorded member of the House of El was Erok-El, the first Bethgar (approx. King/Emperor) of ancient Krypton.  Kara also enjoys teaching her cousin various Kryptonian swear words, and left him a little humiliated when she beat him in a game of superpowered basketball.

Shortly after her arrival in the past, Kara unilaterally told Chloe Sullivan, one of Clark’s closest friends (and one of hers from the future) about her and Clark. She did this to strengthen the bonds between the two females, and also add to Chloe and Clark’s relationship. Both Clark and his parents freaked out about Chloe learning his secret at first, but they got over it in short time. Together, Chloe and Kara strive to drive Clark crazy with their “girl-talk” about everything from boys to makeup to life on Krypton versus life on Earth to the latest “freak of the week”.  It was with Chloe’s help that Kara was able to develop her “secret identity” as Kara Ellison, Clark’s 19-year-old biological cousin (despite being 25), by creating a paper trail.  She has also made friendly acquaintances with Lana Lang and Pete Ross, and is weary, but cordial to 21-year-old Lex Luthor, Clark’s “best friend”, whom she knows grows up to be her cousin’s worst enemy.

As Kara Ellison, she is employed as a fashion model in Metropolis, modeling clothes for various magazines; while Clark’s parents dislike her rather public profession, she made it clear to them that they have no say, legal or otherwise, in her choice of vocation.  In a practically unheard of rise to stardom, Kara was invited to Milan for the autumn/winter event in 2002 after only a few months of modeling.  Shortly after beginning her modeling career, Kara was approached by Vanessa Ryder, who offered her a second job to make more money, but she politely declined.

As part of her teachings, Kara told Clark that Jor-El had visited Earth in 1961, and assisted him, Lana, and Chloe in uncovering the truth about Joe Ellison, a drifter who passed through Smallville in 1961 and was wanted for questioning in the murder of Lana’s great-aunt, Louise McCallum.  After freeing an innocent man (Dex McCallum, Louise’s husband) from prison, Clark officially acknowledged that Joe was his biological father.  She also showed Clark the hologram embedded in his ship showing his parents’ final moments.

During an investigation into the Nicodemus flower, Kara ran into Maj. Gen. Sam Lane, the Commanding General of the 1st Infantry Division stationed at the nearby Fort Ryan (and the father of Clark’s future wife, Lois Lane).  The General had been tasked by his superiors to keep watch on the small town and, if necessary, intervene on behalf of its citizens should a meteor freak prove to be a threat, and was performing a basic recon of Smallville.  Together, they were able to subdue a victim of the Nicodemus flower while Clark, Lex, and Dr. Steven Hamilton were able to synthesize a cure.

While Kara was only peripherally involved in Clark’s mission to save Ryan James, a 12-year-old telepath who was being abused and exploited by his stepfather and stepmother, she did meet the boy and, like her cousin, was immune to Ryan’s telepathy.  When Ryan tried to get Clark interested in the Warrior Angel comic books, Kara admitted that she had read a few (in the future, a few scenes from a Warrior Angel movie were shot at the Kent Farm with Clark’s blessings) and found that Warrior Angel paralleled both Clark and Superman in many ways.

When Chloe found herself kidnapped by Gary Watts, a sheriff’s deputy with a hero-homicide complex, Kara took to the skies and was able to locate her with her x-ray vision.  As Clark rescued Chloe, Kara dealt with Deputy Watts, badly injuring him when she used her heat vision to destroy the gun he pointed at her.

Kara was out of town when a tornado passed through Lowell County, but returned immediately upon hearing of it.  She participated in the search and rescue around the town under the direction of Maj. Gen. Lane.  Although she wanted to work alone (as to not compromise her “secret identity”), the General insisted she have an escort, and assigned Trooper Kaitlin Slater, a three-year veteran of the Kansas Highway Patrol, to help her.  Together, the two of them found four people and got them to the Talon, which was designated the disaster relief center by the Red Cross.

As Smallville began returning to normal, Kara’s presence on Earth was discovered by J’onn J’onzz, the Martian Manhunter (known on Earth as Metropolis PD Detective John Jones).  An old friend of Jor-El’s who has been periodically checking on Kal-El, John saw Kara on the cover of a fashion magazine and he intervened in order to protect his old friend’s son from the daughter of the man who betrayed Krypton.  Kara was able to prove that she wasn’t a threat to her cousin; the two subsequently began a cordial, if not friendly, relationship, despite John’s lingering suspicions.

Later that summer, Kara accompanied Clark to New York City when he was invited by Dr. Virgil Swann, the CEO of Swann Communications and founder of the Veritas Society.  She also became friends with Dr. Swann’s daughter, Patricia.  Shortly after becoming friends, Patricia took Kara out on the town, New York City style, hitting up various bars and nightclubs throughout the city.

In an effort to both blend in and familiarize herself with Earth’s culture, Kara decided to use some of the money she earned modeling to enroll in Metropolis Community College.  Her favorite class is history, and she excels in chemistry due to her Kryptonian upbringing.  She has thrown herself into the “college experience” – befriending classmates, drinking at the local college bar, attending parties, and more.

When Kara learned that one of her classmates was in an abusive relationship, it took most of her self-control not to exact revenge.  She was successful in getting her friend to a battered women’s shelter, and when the girl’s abusive boyfriend confronted them, Kara caught his fist and used her Kryptonian strength to “accidentally” break some of the guy’s fingers.  A doctor’s examination of the guy’s hand led the police to disbelieve his story that Kara had crushed his fingers because it was highly improbable, if not outright impossible that someone of Kara’s size could inflict that kind of damage.

In October, Clark bought a class ring that contained red kryptonite, which unleashed his inhibitions and caused him to act out of character.  Kara was contacted by the Kents, who told them what was wrong with Clark and how to fix him.  However, due to her lack of desire to have her own inhibitions removed, Kara remained in Metropolis during this adventure.

Kara’s arrival in the past has altered history as she knew it, and she’s no longer certain about what the future holds…and she can only hope that she has not irreparably damaged the timeline.

Personal life Edit

Kara is open-minded, assertive, outspoken, stubborn, has a strong sense of responsibility and duty, and is interested in understanding and helping people.  She is eager to learn, although often she would rather do things her own way than follow the directions of others.  She is also a fan of American pop culture and music, but some human customs remain strange to the native Kryptonian.  She also holds onto her beliefs in Raoism, the Kryptonian religion.  She always wears her Kryptonian bracelet which holds the symbol for the House of El.

When she was growing up, Kara idolized her father, but when she learned that he was responsible for Krypton’s destruction, she renounced her relationship to him and tried so hard to only hold on to the good memories…something easier said than done.

On Krypton, Kara’s best friend was named Thara Ak-Var.  As a teenager, her first (and only) lover was an older boy named Van-Nar.  While on Earth in 2007, she developed a crush on Henry James “Jimmy” Olsen, Chloe’s boyfriend (later husband and then widow).  Since her arrival in the past, Kara has become close friends with the 15-year-old Chloe Sullivan, and has also befriended some of her fellow models; her closest friend is Lacey Shelton.  To date, Kara has never been romantically involved with a human, although she has found certain humans attractive.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Kryptonian, Kara has many powers and abilities under a yellow sun, including but not limited to superhuman strength, superhuman speed, superhuman stamina, invulnerability, flight, telescopic vision, microscopic vision, x-ray vision, heat vision, superhuman hearing, super breath, and a healing factor.  Kara is also a competent martial artist and weapons user, and carries the House of El’s family dagger.  As a member of the Legion, Kara has a Legion flight ring, which gives her the abilities of flight and time travel, and protects her against adverse environments, navigational aids, data collection, and has communications capabilities, but it was damaged upon her arrival in 2002.

Clark Joseph Kent/Kal-El Edit

Clark Joseph Kent, born Kal-El, is a main character of Smallville: Redux, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on Smallville by Tom Welling.

Biography Edit

Clark was born as Kal-El, the only son of Jor-El and Lara, on the planet Krypton in the Earth year 1986. Kal-El was a few weeks old when Krypton was about to be destroyed; Jor-El placed Kal-El in a spaceship to send him to a good family on the planet.

Kal-El came to Earth during the meteor shower which struck the community of Smallville, Kansas, on October 16, 1989. Jonathan and Martha Kent found him in Miller’s Field; unable to have children themselves, the Kents adopted the young orphan and raised him as their son. Because he was owed a favor from Lionel Luthor, Jonathan allowed him to produce forged paperwork that made it official. They arbitrarily picked a May 13, 1987 birth date for their new son and named him Clark, Martha’s maiden name.

Clark was considerably stronger than other children at an early age, and developed super-speed around age six. Jonathan and Martha taught Clark that his abilities were “gifts”, but also that he should never tell anyone else about them. By the time he was 14, he knew that he was adopted, but he seriously began to question his strange powers and confronted his parents, demanding answers.

Clark met many metahumans his freshman year: those who used their abilities to keep themselves alive and achieve their vengeful goals and those that would seem to be cursed with their gifts and use them to help others.

When Clark saved the life of a classmate, Eric Summers, the two were struck by lightning and Clark’s abilities were transferred to Eric. However, Eric became psychotically violent from Clark’s powers, and when Clark tried to stop him, he was saved by his cousin, a time-traveling Kara Zor-El. She helped him stop Eric and regain his powers, thus beginning a beautiful familial friendship. He also voluntarily moved in to the barn’s loft and gave Kara his bedroom inside the house.

Clark has been simultaneously ecstatic and weary of his newly-found cousin; she can provide answers to most of his questions, but at the same time, he has no desire to usurp his parents’ place in his life. He was also somewhat humiliated when Kara beat him in a game of superpowered basketball.

Through Kara, Clark learned that Jor-El had visited Earth in 1961, and was wanted for questioning in the murder of Lana’s great-aunt, Louise McCallum. As he dug through old town records (and a memory crystal left by his father), Clark discovered that Jor-El, using the name Joe Ellison, had a passionate, two-day affair with Louise that ended when Louise was murdered. With the help of Hiram Kent (Jonathan’s father), Jor-El was able to get out of town and return to Krypton. After freeing an innocent man (Dex McCallum, Louise’s husband) from prison, Clark officially acknowledged that Joe, the drifter who passed through Smallville in 1961, was his biological father…but that Jonathan Kent is and always will be his dad. He also witnessed his parents’ final moments, viewing the hologram embedded in his ship after Kara showed him how to access it.

Clark befriended another orphan, Ryan James, a 12-year-old telepath who was being abused and exploited by his stepfather and stepmother. After rescuing Ryan from his stepparents, Clark has become an older brother figure for the young man, and the two talk regularly on the phone. Clark also frequently visits Edge City, where Ryan now lives with his aunt.

When Chloe found herself kidnapped by Gary Watts, a sheriff’s deputy with a hero-homicide complex, Kara took to the skies and was able to locate her with her x-ray vision. As Kara dealt with Deputy Watts, Clark, having realized how much Chloe meant to him while she was missing, asked her to the Spring Formal upon rescuing her.

During the Spring Formal, a tornado warning was issued throughout Lowell County. Knowing that Lana had taken Whitney to the bus stop taking him to the Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Clark went off to rescue her. He found her semiconscious being sucked into the tornado and unconsciously used the power of flight to save her. He then went looking for his father, who was missing after the tornado passed. Clark heard the gunshot from Lex’s gun that saved Jonathan’s life from Roger Nixon, a reporter for the Metropolis Inquisitor who had discovered Clark’s secret and was threatening to expose him to the world.

Clark was somewhat disappointed when Chloe left Smallville shortly after the tornado in order to intern at the Daily Planet, but he was happy for his blonde-haired female friend. However, his summer wasn’t boring as he was met J’onn J’onzz, the Martian Manhunter (known on Earth as Metropolis PD Detective John Jones). An old friend of Jor-El’s who has been periodically checking on Kal-El, John saw Kara on the cover of a fashion magazine and he intervened in order to protect his old friend’s son from the daughter of the man who betrayed Krypton. Kara was able to prove that she wasn’t a threat to her cousin; meanwhile, John became an additional confidant and source of information for Clark, giving him another perspective on his father, his family, and his people.

Later that summer, Clark was invited to New York City by Dr. Virgil Swann, the CEO of Swann Communications and founder of the Veritas Society. Dr. Swann had been tracking the space ship that brought Kal-El to Earth, and after a year of incidents in Smallville, he realized that the child from the stars was, in fact, Clark Kent. When he and Kara arrived, Dr. Swann offered his services to the House of El, providing them with the information he’d gathered about Krypton and even monetary support if they needed it.

At the beginning of their sophomore year, Pete found Clark’s spaceship (which had been blown into a field during the tornado earlier that year), which resulted in his learning about the big secret. Since Chloe also knew about Clark, the three musketeers were reunited and their friendship began to soar to new heights.   When Clark bought his class ring, he learned the hard way that not all kryptonite was green. The red meteor rock in the ring unleashed Clark’s inhibitions – he used his powers for selfish reasons, he told off his parents, “borrowed” Lex’s Ferrari, and attempted to seduce Chloe into his bed. Fortunately, Kara knew what was wrong with Clark, and was able to inform his parents and friends how to get him back to normal. After coming down from his high, he apologized to his parents for everything he said and did while under the influence, to Lex for stealing his car, and to Chloe for leaving her standing alone in the Kent barn in her bra and underwear.

Due to his status as the Last Son of Krypton, Clark is the de facto Head of the House of El. In the future, Clark is known as Superman, Earth’s Greatest Hero.

Family history Edit

Upon her arrival in the past, Kara has taken Clark under her wing, teaching him about his homeworld and people, especially the House of El, whose members include not only their immediate family, but also their ancestors, including Val-El, a famous explorer; Sul-El, the inventor of Krypton’s first telescope; Tala-El, the author of Krypton’s first planetary constitution; Hatu-El, the inventor of Krypton’s first electromagnet and electric motor; and Gam-El, the father of modern Kryptonian architecture. The first recorded member of the House of El was Erok-El, the first Bethgar (approx. King/Emperor) of ancient Krypton.

Around the same time, Clark and his dad began researching the Kent family history, and found numerous notable ancestors, including abolitionist Silas Kent and his two oldest sons, Nathaniel and Jebidiah, the first Kents to move to the Kansas Territory from Boston, Massachusetts after selling his print shop, Captain George Kent, who served as an officer in the Eastern Department of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, and Julius Kent, who was born in England and presided over the Salem witch trials in the 1690s.

After the American Civil War, Nate (who fought in the Union Army) became the town Sheriff in Smallville and settled down with Mary Glenowen, a member of the Kawatche Native American tribe, with whom he had a son, Samuel (Jonathan’s great-grandfather). Jebediah, a former member of the Confederate States of America, became a bandit after the War. In 1876, Jeb was killed by his illegitimate son Taylor Beaumont, who was a murderous sociopath, and was immediately avenged by Nate. In addition to Nate and Jeb, Silas and his wife Abigail had six other children: Belinda, Lucy, Joel William (who became a United States Army captain in charge of the 10th (Colored) Cavalry Regiment), twins Jonathan and Emma Lou, and Owen Kent.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As a Kryptonian, Clark has many powers and abilities under a yellow sun, including superhuman strength, superhuman speed, superhuman stamina, invulnerability, x-ray vision, and a healing factor; as he grows up, Clark develops the additional powers of telescopic vision, microscopic vision, heat vision, superhuman hearing, super breath, and flight.

Chloe Anne Sullivan Edit

Chloe Anne Sullivan is a main character of Smallville: Redux, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on Smallville by Allison Mack.

Biography Edit

One of Clark Kent’s best friends at Smallville High, Chloe Sullivan moved to Smallville with her father in 2000, and became enamored with the Last Son of Krypton. Despite being a freshman, Chloe was given the reigns of the Smallville Torch, the high school newspaper practically on her first day. She is also the founder of the Wall of Weird, a “mutated scrapbook” of every weird thing in Smallville that could be traced back to the Meteor Shower of ’89 and/or the meteor rocks that fell to Earth that day.

Because Chloe is one of her most notable human acquaintances in her time, Kara unilaterally told Chloe about her and Clark not long after her arrival in 2002. Kara did this to strengthen the bonds between the two females, and also add to Chloe and Clark’s relationship. Together, Chloe and Kara strive to drive Clark crazy with their “girl-talk” about everything from boys to makeup to life on Krypton versus life on Earth to the latest “freak of the week”. It was with Chloe’s help that Kara was able to develop her “secret identity” as Kara Ellison, Clark’s biological cousin, by creating a paper trail.

Chloe assisted Clark and Lana with their investigation into the death of Lana’s great-aunt Louise, who was murdered in 1961 while she was having an affair with Clark’s biological father, Jor-El. The three of them were able to prove that Dex McCallum, Louise’s husband, was wrongly convicted for the murder and spent 40 years in prison.

Chloe earned her first byline in the town newspaper, the Smallville Ledger, writing a story about Eric Summers, the “Super Boy” who used his powers to stop a purse-snatcher. She has since written for the Ledger periodically; a notable story was the release of Dex McCallum.

A week before the Smallville High Spring Formal, Chloe was kidnapped by Gary Watts, a sheriff’s deputy with a hero-homicide complex. She was found by Kara and rescued by Clark, who, upon saving her, asked her to the dance. Due to her longstanding crush on Clark, she didn’t hesitate to say yes. Unfortunately, their dance was cut short by a tornado, and she was left heartbroken when Clark took off to go rescue Lana. During the aftermath, Chloe volunteered at the Talon, which had been converted into a disaster relief center by the Red Cross. She also interviewed various survivors, volunteers, and even her uncle, Maj. Gen. Sam Lane, who was the ranking military officer on the scene, for her story which ran in both the Torch and Smallville Ledger.

As Smallville began returning to normal, Chloe’s story caught the attention of the Daily Planet, particularly Pauline Kahn, section editor, who offered her an internship working directly for her for the summer. Flattered and ecstatic, Chloe accepted. She spent the summer assisting investigative journalists with research and fact checking. She also found romance with fellow Daily Planet intern, Jimmy Olsen (who, in Kara’s future, becomes her husband and dies saving her life). Near the end of their internship, the two lost their virginity to one another.

Shortly after her return to Smallville for her sophomore year of high school, Pete found Clark’s spaceship, which resulted in him learning the big secret and their friendship began to soar to new heights. A couple weeks later, she was seduced by Clark while he was on red kryptonite, which removed his inhibitions. Despite her feelings for Clark, Chloe could tell something was wrong with him and refused to have sex with him. Angered, Clark disappeared on her, leaving her standing alone in the Kent barn in her bra and underwear. After he came down from his high, he apologized for what he did while under the influence. Chloe ultimately forgave him after almost a week of groveling.

In the future from whence Kara came, Chloe remains Clark’s best friend, and an integral part of the Justice League – Chloe serves as Watchtower, the League’s coordinator and tech support. In 2008, Chloe married Henry James “Jimmy” Olsen, but was widowed in 2009 when Jimmy was killed by Davis Bloome, the human half of the Kryptonian monster Doomsday. She then began dating Oliver Queen, the CEO of Queen Industries and the superhero known as Green Arrow, and in 2011, they got married in Las Vegas while drunk on a magic bottle of champagne.

Undersheriff Nancy Adams, LCSD Edit

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Undersheriff Nancy Adams is a recurring character of Smallville: Redux, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. She is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on Smallville by Camille Mitchell.

Biography Edit

A hardline police officer with an impeccable record and reputation, Nancy Adams was hired by Lowell County Sheriff Ethan Miller to serve as his 2nd-in-Command in 2002. Unlike the other police officers in Lowell County who are called Sheriff’s Deputies/Deputy Sheriffs, she holds the rank of Undersheriff. Before joining the LCSD, Adams served with the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department in Wichita.

As undersheriff, Adams oversees all crimes committed by or suspected to involve “meteor freaks”. She is especially suspicious of Clark Kent and Kara Ellison, both of whom have a knack for “being in the right place at the right time”. After observing Undersheriff Adams (and having heard stories of the future Sheriff Adams), Kara believes that the undersheriff knows that she and Clark have superpowers, because “she is too good a police officer not to know.”

Her first major arrest of a “meteor freak” was Sasha Woodman, a student at Smallville High School who could control bees, who was obsessed with becoming class president and used her powers to attack the competition. After her powers were neutralized by Clark, Undersheriff Adams was able to safely arrest Sasha, who was sentenced to the Belle Reve Sanitarium. Other notable arrests she made include James Gibson, stepfather to the 12-year-old telepath Ryan James, and her own deputy, Gary Watts.

In the aftermath of a tornado that ripped through Lowell County, Deputy Adams coordinated with US Army Major General Sam Lane, who arrived from Fort Ryan to assist with disaster relief and search and rescue.

As the Undersheriff of Lowell County, Adams drives a Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor and carries a Beretta 92FS in 9×19mm as her duty weapon. She has a degree in Criminal Justice from Central Kansas A&M University.

Special Agent-in-Charge Xav jab Terev, B.A., SCIS Edit

Special Agent-in-Charge Xav jab Terev is a main character in Star Trek: SCIS, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Biography Edit

A highly-competent, surly investigator with the Starfleet Criminal Investigative Service, Tellarite Special Agent Xav jab Terev (b. 2337) began his law enforcement career as a patrol officer with the New York City Police Department. He transferred to SCIS in 2364, after three years with the NYPD.

Xav was trained as a SCIS Special Agent by Julie Palmer, a human from Alpha Centauri. After finishing his probationary period at SCIS Headquarters in San Francisco, Xav was assigned to Starbase 15 in the Regulus system as a junior field agent in 2366. He was one of the first responders to the aftermath of the Battle of Wolf 359, and was given the “honor” of being on the post-battle investigation team. In 2368, his former training officer, Agent Palmer, requested Xav return to Earth to serve on her Threat Management Unit. He spent the next five years in the unit, during which time he met Gerva ran Terev, who he married in 2371. In 2374, after the outbreak of the Dominion War, Xav was ordered to report to Starbase 375, which was a major launching point for Federation forces during the war. During this time, Xav was responsible for investigating various crimes ranging from desertion to the theft and selling of Starfleet property.

After two years of exemplary service at Starbase 375, Xav returned to Earth (and his family) and was promoted to Senior Field Agent of the SCIS Felony Investigations Unit of Sector 001. In 2379, after Xav’s supervisor retired, he was promoted to Special Agent-in-Charge of the unit. He is partnered with Special Agent Gial Qualark of Antede III since 2382; his previous partner, Thala zh’Vrane, resigned from SCIS when Andor seceded from the Federation. His team consists of himself, Qualark, and Rinzil. He also works closely with SCIS Intelligence Analyst T’Nell.

Xav is the first member of his family in generations never to have served in Starfleet, choosing to attend John Jay College of Criminal Justice instead of Starfleet Academy. Although Terev had been a fan of detective stories since he was a young boy, he became soured on Starfleet after learning that his father, Petty Officer 1st Class Mor jab Terev, was selling Starfleet-issue supplies to the private sector. His grandfather, Master Chief Petty Officer Gaff jab Terev (Ret.), served as an enlisted engineer on theU.S.S. Enterprise (NCC-1701) under the command of Captain Spock immediately after basic training.

As a Special Agent with the Starfleet Criminal Investigative Service, Xav carries a Type-2 phaser as his standard sidearm, and is authorized to use the Type-3 phaser rifle when necessary. After the Dominion War, he qualified as a marksman with the TR-116 rifle. He has a degree in Criminology from John Jay. He is married to Gerva ran Terev, and together they have two children, Ren (b. 1/8/2374) and Gaff jab Terev (b. 12/23/2376). They all live in an apartment in Hell’s Kitchen, New York. He drinks alcohol instead of synthehol and his favorite food is pizza, particularly pizza from Terrific Tony’s Pizzeria in Brooklyn. Unlike many Tellarites, Xav has never lived on Tellar Prime (having spent a majority of his life on starships or starbases), although he vacationed there twice a year to visit his grandparents until they died while Xav was a NYPD officer.

Service Edit

Education Edit

  • 2360 – Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology – John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NY
  • 2361 – New York City Police Academy, NY

List of assignments Edit

  • 2361–2364 – Patrol Officer, New York City Police Department
  • 2365–2366 – Probationary Field Agent, SCIS Headquarters – San Francisco, CA
  • 2366–2368 – Junior Field Agent, Starbase 15
  • 2368–2374 – Field Agent, SCIS Threat Management Unit – San Francisco, CA
  • 2374–2375 – Field Agent, Starbase 375
  • 2376–2379 – Senior Field Agent, SCIS Felony Investigations Unit – San Francisco, CA
  • 2379–Present – Special Agent-in-Charge, SCIS Felony Investigations Unit – San Francisco, CA

Effective dates of promotion Edit

  • 2361 – Officer
  • 2365 – Probationary Special Agent
  • 2366 – Special Agent
  • 2376 – Senior Special Agent
  • 2379 – Special Agent-in-Charge

Captain Alexander Lavelle “Xander” Harris, BS, US Army (honorable discharge, 2013) Edit

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Captain Alexander Lavelle “Xander” Harris is the main character of In the Army Now, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer franchise portrayed by Nicholas Brendon.

Biography Edit

In 2001, the Scooby Gang was hit hard by the deaths of Joyce and Buffy Summers. A few short months later, 9/11 happened. Xander, emblazoned with patriotism, decided that he could do more good fighting the human enemies who could – and would – be just as dangerous, if not more so, than the supernatural forces of darkness, and enlisted in the United States Army.

After completing basic training at Fort Benning, Xander transferred to Fort Leonard Wood, MO for advanced individual training as a combat engineer. He emerged from AIT with the rank of Private First Class (he was promoted upon completion of AIT) and assigned to the 130th Engineer Brigade out of Hanau, Germany. He participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom, and then served with distinction with the 168th Engineer Group in Baghdad. He returned to the States in February 2004 with the rank of Corporal and a recipient of the Army Achievement and Good Conduct Medals.

Upon his return (and after a week of liberty in Sunnydale, where he learned of the deaths of Faith and Wes and the arrival of Kennedy), Xander was recommended by his commanding officer for Officer Candidate School. He completed OCS in 14 weeks, which earned him a commission as a 2nd Lieutenant, before attending the Engineer Officer Basic Course. In late 2005, Lt. Harris returned to the 130th Engineer Brigade, serving as the brigade’s Headquarters and Headquarters Company executive officer, and was promoted to 1st Lieutenant during his tour. It was on this tour that he was awarded the Combat Action Badge and his second Meritorious Unit Commendation.

In 2006, Xander was assigned to a very prestigious posting as Platoon Leader of the 911th Engineer Company in Washington, D.C. In 2007, Xander once again found his way back to the 130th Engineer Brigade, assisting in the brigade’s transfer to Hawaii. Shortly after the brigade returned to active duty, Xander was promoted to Captain. Around this time, he rekindled his romance with Courtney Ortega, an old flame from Iraq who was now a Chief Warrant Officer with the 516th Signal Brigade.

In 2008, Xander and Courtney took a vacation to Sunnydale, where he served as the Best Man at Willow and Tara’s wedding.

When the 130th Engineer Brigade deployed to Iraq in 2009, Xander was given command of Charlie Company, 84th Engineer Battalion, which remained at Fort Shafter. In 2010, he completed his Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.

Lt. Col. Riley Finn, the Commander of the military’s “HST Combat Unit”, has approached Xander to join his unit many times, but Xander steadfastly refuses to be a part of, in his opinion, a black-ops death squad. He also made it his personal mission to see to it that Riley’s unit never learn of the DIM (Demons in the Military) support group that he’s affiliated with.

In 2011, Xander was hauled in front of an Article 32 hearing for assaulting three non-commissioned officers outside of the NCO Club at Schofield Barracks. He single-handedly sent all three of them to the infirmary and one of them needed intensive care. Col. Gentry convened an Article 32 hearing to investigate the incident, where it was revealed that the soldier Xander had injured the most severely, Sergeant First Class Tim Grayson, had been using his position as an NCO to solicit sexual favors from female enlisted personnel, including a Specialist under Xander’s command. When the allegations against SFC Grayson were proven true, the Article 32 hearing officer recommended that the charges not be held over for court-martial, but that his commanding officer place a formal letter of reprimand into his service record. This action also led to his removal from the 2011 selection board for promotion to Major.

In 2013, after almost 12 years of service, Xander was honorably discharged from the United States Army and returned home to Sunnydale, where he was hired by Willow to be the head of physical security at her company. Upon his return, Xander attempted to rejoin the Good Fight, but found that it was a lot harder at 32 years old than it was at 17 or 18. Therefore, he decided to take a more backseat approach, assisting the Slayer and her friends (the Scooby Gang of the new generation) with support, intelligence, and even equipment.

After his discharge from the Army, Xander proposed to his girlfriend of nearly five years, Courtney, and she said yes.

Service Edit

Education Edit

  • 1999 – Sunnydale High School, Sunnydale, CA
  • 2002 – United States Army Basic Training, Fort Benning, GA
  • 2002 – Engineer School, Fort Leonard Wood, MO
  • 2004 – Officer Candidate School, Fort Benning, GA
  • 2005 – Engineer Officer Basic Course, Fort Leonard Wood, MO
  • 2010 – Bachelor of Science degree in Civil engineering – University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI

List of assignments Edit

  • 2001–2002 – Recruit, United States Army Basic Training – Fort Benning, GA
  • 2002–2002 – Advanced Individual Training, Engineer School – Fort Leonard Wood, MO
  • 2002–2004 – Combat engineer, 168th Engineer Group – Hanau, Germany (deployed to Baghdad)
  • 2004–2004 – Student, Officer Candidate School – Fort Benning, GA
  • 2004–2005 – Student, Engineer Officer Basic Course – Fort Leonard Wood, MO
  • 2005–2006 – Executive Officer, Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 130th Engineer Brigade – Warner Barracks, Bamberg, Germany
  • 2006–2007 – Platoon Leader, 911th Engineer Company – Washington, D.C.
  • 2007–2009 – Engineer Officer, 130th Engineer Brigade – Schofield Barracks, HI
  • 2009–2013 – Commanding Officer, Charlie Company, 84th Engineer Battalion, 130th Engineer Brigade – Fort Shafter, HI

Awards and decorations Edit

The following are the medals and service awards worn by Captain Xander Harris.

Badges Edit
  • Combat Action Badge
  • Army Expert Marksmanship Badge
  • 130th Engineer Brigade Combat Service Identification Badge
Medals & Ribbons Edit
  • Army Achievement Medal (3)
  • Meritorious Unit Commendation (1)
  • Army Good Conduct Medal
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • Iraq Campaign Medal
  • Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
  • Humanitarian Service Medal
  • Army Service Ribbon
  • Overseas Service Ribbon

Effective dates of promotion Edit

  • 2001 – Private (E-1)
  • 2002 – Private (E-2)
  • 2002 – Private First Class
  • 2004 – Corporal
  • 2004 – 2nd Lieutenant
  • 2006 – 1st Lieutenant
  • 2008 – Captain

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

As an officer in the United States Army, Xander carries a Beretta M9 in 9×19mm as his service weapon. Although the only language he’s mastered is English (albeit Californian American English), he’s somewhat proficient in various others, including German, Arabic, and most recently, Hawaiian. He is also knowledgeable in Klingon and a few demon languages.

Yugi Mutou, the King of Games Edit

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Yugi Mutou (武藤 遊戯 Mutō Yūgi) is the main character of It’s Time to Duel!, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise.

Biography Edit

A youngster who grew up playing games by himself, Yugi Mutou is good at games, riddles, and puzzles, especially Duel Monsters.  As a young boy, he received the pieces of the ancient Egyptian artifact called the Millennium Puzzle from his grandfather, Solomon.  After eight years, Yugi finally solved the puzzle at the age of 14, which unknowingly undid a binding spell created by the ancient Egyptian pharaoh Atem, who had sealed the magic of the Shadow Games in the Puzzle and other Millennium Items thousands of years ago in order to stop the victory of the evil demon, Zorc Necrophades.  The Pharaoh had bound the spell with his own name and sealed his own soul within the Millennium Puzzle; when Yugi solved it, both the magic of the Shadow Games and Atem’s soul were released, and Yugi’s body became host to the spirit of Atem, resulting in Yugi gaining another half (which, due to the Pharaoh’s loss of his name, was called Yami Yugi) while changing his life forever.

Yugi earned his title, the King of Games, by competing in and winning various Duel Monsters card tournaments around the world, while also proving adept at various other games, including board games, card games, and even the newly-released Dungeon Dice Monsters game.

Yugi has three very close friends: Joey Wheeler, Tristan Taylor, and Téa Gardner, the latter of whom he has a romantic interest in.  He is friends with Ryou Bakura, and maintains a friendly rivalry with Mai Valentine as well as rivalries with Weevil Underwood, Rex Raptor, and Mako Tsunami.  His greatest rival is Seto Kaiba.

After Atem passed on, Yugi frequently found himself challenged for his title of King of Games by various duelists who felt that without the spirit of the Millennium Puzzle, he would be a pushover.  Kaiba was the first to challenge him, believing that it was the Pharaoh who’d beaten him in the past.  However, Yugi proved to be a worthy opponent and the duel ended in a draw.  He also dueled against his rivals from Duelist Kingdom – Mai Valentine, Weevil Underwood, Rex Raptor, and Mako Tsunami – and won against all of them.  However, he did lose a friendly duel against Joey, Téa, and Tristan, who battled him three-on-one.

Yugi is well-known for being one of the few duelists to assemble the five pieces of Exodia and win a duel.  After losing the Exodia cards on the way to Duelist Kingdom, he has since replaced them; they now hang in a shadow box above the bed in his room alongside the three Egyptian God cards and a copy of the Dark Magician card with alternate art.

When dueling, Yugi uses a Duel Monsters deck well known for the Dark Magician.  At first, his deck is composed of low-level Earth and Dark monsters with Spell and Trap cards to enhance them, with his notable monsters include Dark Magician, Gaia the Fierce Knight, Summoned Skull, Curse of Dragon, Celtic Guardian, and Kuriboh.  As his skills as a duelist improve, so does his deck, which changes to focus on Dark Magician while maintaining a strategy to disrupt and disable his opponent’s cards.  Later additions to his deck include Dark Magician Girl, Buster Blader, Big Shield Gardna, the Magnet Warriors, Gadgets, and Level monsters, all of which combine powers and grow over time, and the Chaos Monsters, who are renowned for their power; he also exchanges his Celtic Guardian and Gaia the Fierce Knight for Obnoxious Celtic Guardian and Swift Gaia the Fierce Knight.

After separating from Yami, Yugi also separated his decks.  He now has a deck devoted to his Warrior-type monsters, based around his Gaia the Fierce Knight cards including the newly-released Gaia Knight, the Force of Earth (a Synchro Monster) and Gaia Dragon, the Thunder Charger (an Xyz monster), and empowered by various equipment spells; a Silent/Toy deck that he used against both Yami Bakura and Yami Yugi that utilizes Silent Swordsman, Silent Magician, the Gadget monsters, and Gandora, the Dragon of Destruction; and, of course, his Dark Magician/Spellcaster deck, which is considered his signature deck that he uses against the most powerful opponents.

Yugi later learned that he is both the reincarnation and the descendant of Pharaoh Atem.  He lives in Domino City, Japan, with his mother and grandfather, Solomon, above his grandfather’s store, Kame Game.  His father is away on business.

Yugi’s Dark Magician deck Edit

Dark magician

Monsters Edit

  • Big Shield Gardna
  • Breaker the Magical Warrior
  • Buster Blader
  • Dark Magician
  • Dark Magician Girl
  • Dark Magician of Chaos
  • Kuriboh
  • Magician of Black Chaos
  • Magician of Faith
  • Magician’s Valkyria
  • Mystical Elf
  • Neo the Magical Swordsman
  • Sangan
  • Skilled Dark Magician
  • Sorcerer of Dark Magic
  • Summoned Skull
  • Watapon
  • Witch of the Black Forest

Spells Edit

  • Black Magic Ritual
  • Book of Secret Arts
  • Card of Sanctity
  • Change of Heart
  • Dark Magic Attack
  • Dark Magic Curtain
  • Dedication through Light and Darkness
  • Diffusion-Wave Motion
  • Eye of Timaeus, the
  • Mage Power
  • Magic Formula
  • Magical Dimension
  • Monster Reborn
  • Mystical Space Typhoon
  • Polymerization
  • Pot of Greed
  • Sage’s Stone
  • Swords of Revealing Light
  • Thousand Knives

Traps Edit

  • Dark Renewal
  • Magical Hats
  • Magic Cylinder
  • Magician’s Circle
  • Mirror Force
  • Spellbinding Circle

Fusion Monsters Edit

  • Amulet Dragon
  • Dark Magician Girl the Dragon Knight
  • Dark Paladin

Yugi’s Warrior deck Edit

Gaia the fierce knight

Monsters Edit

  • Big Shield Gardna
  • Black Luster Soldier
  • Celtic Guardian
  • Celtic Guardian
  • Curse of Dragon
  • Gaia the Fierce Knight
  • Gaia, the Mad-Knight Sun
  • Gaia, the Polar Knight
  • Giant Soldier of Stone
  • Junk Synchron
  • Jutte Fighter
  • Marauding Captain
  • Marauding Captain
  • Obnoxious Celtic Guardian
  • Obnoxious Celtic Guardian
  • Skilled Blue Magician
  • Swift Gaia the Fierce Knight
  • Synchro Fusionist
  • Torapart

Spells Edit

  • Ancient Rites
  • Black Luster Ritual
  • Emergency Provisions
  • Legendary Sword
  • Monster Reborn
  • Mystical Space Typhoon
  • Polymerization
  • Pot of Greed
  • Reinforcement of the Army
  • Shield & Sword
  • Spiral Spear Strike
  • Swords of Revealing Light
  • The A. Forces
  • The Warrior Returning Alive
  • United We Stand

Traps Edit

  • Adhesion Trap Hole
  • Bottomless Trap Hole
  • Kunai with Chain
  • Nutrient Z
  • Mirror Force
  • Trap Hole

Fusion Monsters Edit

  • Gaia the Dragon Champion

Synchro Monsters Edit

  • Gaia Knight, the Force of Earth

Xyz Monsters Edit

  • Gaia Dragon, the Thunder Charger

Commissioner Francis “Frank” Reagan, M.A., NYPD Edit

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Commissioner Francis “Frank” Reagan is a main character of NYPD’s Finest, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on Blue Bloods by Tom Selleck.

Biography and family Edit

Frank is the son of Henry and Betty Reagan, born in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, New York on January 29, 1954. He had an older brother, Peter Christopher Reagan, who died of leukemia at the age of 18 months over a year before Frank was born.

Frank married Mary Margaret Reagan in the early 1970s, and they have four children together: Danny, Erin, Joe, and Jamie. Each of Frank’s sons followed him into the police force: Danny is a Detective 1st Grade and lead investigator with the 54th Precinct’s Detective Squad; Joe was a Detective with the Warrants Squad who was murdered by his partner Sonny Malevsky, the leader of a corrupt gang of police officers called the Blue Templar; and Jamie is a patrol officer assigned to the 12th Precinct with a law degree from Harvard University. Frank’s only daughter, Erin, is also in law enforcement as a New York County Assistant District Attorney. Erin was promoted to Deputy Bureau Chief of the NYCDA’s Trial Bureau in 2013.

In addition to his children, Frank is also a loving grandfather to Erin’s daughter, Nicky Reagan-Boyle, and Danny’s two children, Jack and Sean Reagan. His dad’s father, Charles Reagan, was an Irish immigrant who served in World War I before becoming a police officer. Charles was the one who taught him how to fish. He also had a great-uncle named Teddy Reagan, a member of the NYPD Mounted Unit who spent a cold night in a boxcar with his horse, Dolly, and woke up in Pittsburgh.

Growing up, Frank was friends with Angelo Gallo, who grew up to be the best mob lawyer in the city. Another close friend of his is Monsignor Walter Donahue, a member of the city archdiocese.

Service Edit

After serving in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War (during which time he held the rank of Lieutenant and was awarded the Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal), Frank became the third generation of Reagans to become a police officer. He began his career as a patrol officer stationed at the 27th Precinct. After three years on patrol, he was promoted to Detective 3rd Grade. Since then, he has served in various positions across the city (mostly in the Detective Bureau), culminating in being appointed Police Commissioner.

In the Detective Bureau, Frank has served as a precinct detective, Narcotics detective, Senior Homicide Detective, Sergeant of the Hate Crimes Task Force, Captain of the Special Investigations Unit (a special anti-narcotics task force), Chief of Detective Borough Brooklyn, and Chief of Detectives. Other assignments outside of the Detective Bureau he has served in include Dog Handler for the Canine Unit and Commander of the 61st Precinct, and throughout his career, he has been invited to represent the NYPD around the country (and the world).

On 9/11, Frank was one of the first responders, and he spent nearly a full week straight at the Towers assisting in the rescue and recovery operations.

As a "Member Of the Service" (MOS) prior to 1986, Frank continues to carry a revolver (a Colt Official Police “Fitz Special” in .38 Special that originally belonged to his father and grandfather) as his duty weapon. He also owns a Colt Government Modelin .45 ACP. In 2010, Frank shoots dead a serial rapist who was about to rape and kill Erin.

As Police Commissioner Edit

Frank was appointed the Police Commissioner by Mayor Frank Russo after spending the last few years as Chief of Detectives. In 2011, after the election of Carter Poole, Frank offered to tender his resignation, but Poole elected to keep Frank on as PC.

Frank is significantly less political than his predecessors; he doesn’t play favorites, and frequently clashes with the Mayor who appointed him. His only agenda is the safety of his city and the 35,000 men and women under his command. He is friendly acquaintances with New York County District Attorney Jack McCoy, the New York City Sheriff, the New York City Fire Commissioner, various federal and state law enforcement officials in New York, and other major city’s Chiefs of Police, but doesn’t have as good a relationship with the city’s various politicians, including the New York City Council, especially since the arrest of Councilman Tony Mancini, a former NYPD detective, for domestic abuse.

Not long after being named Commissioner, he allowed Richard Castle, a bestselling mystery novelist, join the 20th Precinct Homicide Squad under the command of Captain Roy Montgomery and Team Leader Detective Kate Beckett. In 2011, Frank gave Captain Don Cragen his long overdue promotion to Deputy Inspector, which resulted in his transfer from the Manhattan Special Victims Unit to the 54th Precinct in the Bronx. In 2015, he appointed Inspector Charlie Smith commander of the Emergency Services Unit.

In July, 2011, Frank traveled to Los Angeles in order to attend the funeral of LAPD Chief Tommy Delk, who died suddenly of a brain aneurysm. Although the two weren’t particularly close, Frank still felt honor-bound to pay his respects to the Delk family in person. In 2014, Frank was invited to testify before the United States House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security and Investigations.

Senior staff Edit

The following officers are among Frank’s senior staff who assist him in his duties as the New York City Police Commissioner.

  • First Deputy Commissioner – First Deputy Commissioner John Vincenzo, NYPD
  • Deputy Commissioner, Public Information/de facto Chief of Staff – Deputy Commissioner Garrett Moore, NYPD
  • Chief of Department – Chief Edward “Ed” Hines, NYPD (Ret. 2013)
  • Chief of Department – Chief Dino Arbogast, NYPD (fired, 2014)
  • Special Assistant to the Commissioner – Lieutenant Sidney “Sid” Gormley, NYPD
  • Chief of Organized Crime Control – Bureau Chief Dino Arbogast, NYPD (promoted, 2013)
  • Chief of Intelligence – Bureau Chief Bryce Helfond, NYPD
  • Chief of the Special Victims Unit – Deputy Chief William Dodds, NYPD Special Victims Unit
  • Chief of Gang Division – Deputy Chief Daniel “Dan” Kent, NYPD Gang Division (promoted to Assistant Chief and then KIA, 2015)
  • Commanding Officer, NYPD Emergency Services Unit – Inspector Charles Thomas “Charlie” Smith, NYPD Emergency Services Unit
  • Primary Aide – Detective 1st Grade Abigail Baker, NYPD PC’s (Detective) Squad

Education Edit

  • 1974 – New York City Police Academy, NY
  • Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology – John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York City, NY
  • Master of Arts degree in Criminal Justice – John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York City, NY

List of assignments Edit

  • 1974–1977 – Patrol Officer, NYPD 27th Precinct
  • Junior Detective, NYPD Precinct
  • Detective, NYPD Narcotics Division
  • 1981 – Dog handler, NYPD Canine Unit
  • Senior Detective, NYPD Homicide
  • Supervisor–Detective Squad, NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force
  • 1995–1999 – Commanding Officer, NYPD Special Investigations Unit
  • Commanding Officer, NYPD 61st Precinct
  • Chief of Detective Borough Brooklyn
  • Chief of Detectives, New York City Police Department
  • 2010–Present – New York City Police Commissioner

Partners Edit

  • Jimmy Burke – Frank’s partner while stationed at the 27th Precinct who took a bullet for him. He was eventually promoted to Inspector and placed in command of the 15th Precinct. While up for a promotion to Deputy Chief as the Deputy Commander of Patrol Borough Manhattan South, it was revealed that he had been cooking the books for his precinct’s CompStats. Frank allowed him to retire rather than face demotion to Captain and reassignment to the 128th Precinct in Staten Island.
  • John McKenna – An NYPD officer who was with Frank during 9/11 who later got sick and passed away from illness he was exposed to during the attacks.
  • Greta – When assigned to the Canine Unit as a dog handler, Frank’s partner was Greta. He transferred out of the unit after Greta was shot and killed by a burglar Frank sent her in after.

Awards and decorations Edit

The following are the medals and service awards worn by Commissioner Frank Reagan.

  • American Flag Breast Bar
  • World Trade Center Breast Bar
  • NYPD Medal of Honor
  • NYPD Combat Cross
  • NYPD Meritorious Police Duty
  • NYPD Excellent Police Duty
  • NYPD Unit Citation
  • NYPD Award of Commendation
  • NYPD Award of Merit
  • US Marine Corps Service Breast Bar
  • NYPD Firearms Proficiency Bar

Effective dates of promotion Edit

  • 1974 – Officer
  • Detective 3rd Grade
  • Detective 2nd Grade
  • Detective 1st Grade
  • Sergeant
  • Lieutenant
  • 1995 – Captain
  • Deputy Inspector
  • Inspector
  • Deputy Chief
  • Assistant Chief
  • Bureau Chief
  • 2010 – New York City Police Commissioner

Inspector Charles Thomas “Charlie” Smith, A.A., NYPD Emergency Services Unit Edit

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Inspector Charles Thomas “Charlie” Smith is a main character in NYPD Emergency Services Unit, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Appointed Commanding Officer of the NYPD Emergency Services Unit by Commissioner Frank Reagan, Charlie Smith is the head of the most specialized unit of the New York City Police Department.  He commands over 500 uniformed officers and civilian support staff.

Biography Edit

Early life and family Edit

Born March 10, 1958 in New York City, Charlie is the oldest of five children.

During his teenage years, Charlie became a Red Cross-certified lifeguard and spent every summer from age 14 to 18 supervising the local swimming pool; he also participated in his high school swim team. He has kept up with his qualifications while working for the NYPD. He holds a first degree black belt in Shotokan karate.

He is a confirmed bachelor; he never married and has no children, although he is a loving brother and doting uncle to his siblings and their children. His oldest niece, Kim, is a graduate of the New York City Police Academy Class of 2015.

Raised in the Christian faith, Charlie may not attend church every Sunday, but he remains a spiritual man and close friends with NYPD Chaplain Brett Jenson, whom he recruited to his staff.

Service Edit

United States Coast Guard Edit

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After graduating from high school in 1976, he spent six years in the United States Coast Guard, ultimately reaching the rank of Operations Specialist 2nd Class. After spending almost three years on the U.S.C.G.C. Mackinaw (WAGB-83) patrolling the Great Lakes, he volunteered to attend Emergency Medical Technician school at Training Center Petaluma, CA and passed the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians–Basic test. He was then assigned to the U.S.C.G.C. Polar Sea (WAGB-11) and completed a tour of duty in the northern polar region. Upon the completion of his enlistment, Charlie opted not to reenlist, but instead go to college and then join the NYPD.

After his discharge, he attended college at the Bronx Community College, where he earned his associate’s degree in criminal justice.

New York City Police Department Edit

In 1985, at the age of 27, he completed training at the New York City Police Academy and became a Probationary Police Officer.

His first assignment was at the 61st Precinct in Brooklyn, where he was partnered with 15-year veteran Patrolman Jake Wilcox. After four and a half years, Charlie tried out for the NYPD Harbor Unit & Scuba Team.

Harbor Unit Edit

Charlie spent the entire 1990s assigned to a variety of positions within the Harbor Unit, including crewman on the patrol boat, diver, and shore duty at Harbor Unit Headquarters.

9/11 Edit

On 9/11, Charlie was the swing-shift Sergeant at Harbor Unit. He was at home when the first plane struck the North Tower at 8:46AM, and was on his way to the scene to see how he could help when the second plane crashed into the South Tower. That day, he worked for almost 36 straight hours, assisting with the evacuation of civilians out of Lower Manhattan. For their actions that day, the entire Harbor Unit, including Charlie, was awarded the NYPD Unit Citation.

Emergency Services Unit Edit
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In 2002, Charlie transferred to the Emergency Services Unit, where he served as the patrol supervisor for ESS-9 in South Queens with the rank of Lieutenant.

In 2005, Charlie deployed with more than 300 NYPD officers to New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina to assist law enforcement efforts. After returning to New York, he took the Captain’s exam, and was promoted to ESU detachment commander, Patrol Borough Staten Island. For the next six years, he was in charge of overseeing all ESU operations in the borough.

In 2010, it was announced that the Deputy Commander of ESU was retiring after a twenty-five-plus year career, effective January 1, 2011, and Charlie was selected to relieve him. After a few years, he was promoted again, and assumed his current post.

ESU Commander Edit

Charlie’s current position is Commanding Officer of the NYPD Emergency Services Unit, stationed at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn. His immediate superior is Assistant Chief Michael Vaughan, Commander of the Special Operations Division.

Determined not to be a desk jockey, Charlie makes it a habit to ride along with at least one of his subordinate commands a week. Although he’s in good shape for a man his age, it quickly became apparent that he’s not as young as he used to be.

Shortly after taking command, Charlie created a “jack-of-all-trades” ESU team (coined Jack Squad), consisting of members of the various divisions and units that respond to crises throughout the five boroughs (and beyond, if requested), to supplement the existing Emergency Service Squads. He selected Capt. Mike Hunter, a veteran SWAT officer, for command, along with a close quarters combat expert, a bomb tech, a computer specialist, a paramedic, and a hostage negotiator. After six months, the team proved to be a success, leading to the establishment of more Jack Squads around the city.

Senior staff Edit
  • Executive officer – Captain Joseph William “Joe” Black, M.P.A., NYPD Emergency Services Unit
  • Personal assistant – Kira Matsumoto
  • Intelligence officer – Detective 2nd Grade Tariq Khan, NYPD Emergency Services Unit
  • IT specialist – Detective-Specialist 3rd Grade Malcolm Kendrick, NYPD Emergency Services Unit
  • Comptroller – David Turner, EA, NYPD Emergency Services Unit
  • Legal advisor – Lieutenant Kerry Sheppard, J.D., NYPD Emergency Services Unit
  • Unit Chaplain – Chaplain (Pr.) Brett Jenson, NYPD Emergency Services Unit

He also has liaison officers from the Detective and Patrol Bureaus, JTTF, New York City Fire Department, New York State Police, and more with whom he and his staff coordinate operations around the city.

Education Edit

  • 1976 – United States Coast Guard Training Center Cape May, NJ
  • 1977 – Operations Specialist “A” School, Training Center Petaluma, CA
  • 1980 – Emergency Medical Technician School, Training Center Petaluma, CA
  • 1984 – Associate of Arts degree in Criminal justice – Bronx Community College, NY
  • 1985 – New York City Police Academy, NY

List of assignments Edit

United States Coast Guard Edit
  • 1976–1976 – Recruit, Recruit Training Command – United States Coast Guard Training Center Cape May, NJ
  • 1976–1977 – Student, Operations Specialist “A” School – Training Center Petaluma, CA
  • 1977–1980 – Operations Specialist, U.S.C.G.C. Mackinaw (WAGB-83) (Home port: Coast Guard Station Cheboygan, MI)
  • 1980–1980 – Student, Emergency Medical Technician School – Training Center Petaluma, CA
  • 1981–1982 – Operations Specialist, U.S.C.G.C. Polar Sea (WAGB-11) (Home port: Coast Guard Station Seattle, WA)
New York City Police Department Edit
  • 1985–1987 – Probationary Police Officer, NYPD 61st Precinct
  • 1987–1990 – Patrol Officer, NYPD 61st Precinct
  • 1990–1992 – Boat crewmember, NYPD Harbor Unit
  • 1992–1993 – Staff officer, NYPD Harbor Unit Headquarters
  • 1994–1997 – Diver, NYPD Scuba Team
  • 1997–1999 – Diver, NYPD Emergency Services Unit
  • 1999–2002 – Shift Supervisor, NYPD Harbor Unit
  • 2002–2005 – Patrol Supervisor, NYPD ESS-9 (South Queens)
  • 2005 – Detached duty, Hurricane Katrina relief effort
  • 2005–2010 – ESU Detachment Commander, Patrol Borough Staten Island
  • 2011–2015 – Deputy Commander, NYPD Emergency Services Unit
  • 2015–Present – Commanding Officer, NYPD Emergency Services Unit

Partners Edit

  • Officer Jake Wilcox, NYPD – A fifteen-year veteran patrolman who served as Charlie’s training officer at the 61st Precinct.

Awards and decorations Edit

United States Coast Guard Edit

The following are the medals and service awards worn by OS2 Charlie Smith.

Badges Edit
  • Cutterman insignia
Medals & Ribbons Edit
  • Coast Guard Achievement Medal
  • Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal
  • Coast Guard Arctic Service Medal
  • Coast Guard Sea Service Ribbon
  • Coast Guard Honor Graduate Ribbon
  • Coast Guard Expert Rifleman Medal
  • Coast Guard Expert Pistol Shot Medal

He also wears one service stripe, indicating 4 years of service.

New York City Police Department Edit

The following are the medals and service awards worn by Inspector Charlie Smith.

  • American Flag Breast Bar
  • World Trade Center Breast Bar
  • NYPD Meritorious Police Duty
  • NYPD Excellent Police Duty
  • NYPD Unit Citation
  • Emergency Medical Technician Breast Bar
  • US Coast Guard Service Breast Bar
  • NYPD Firearms Proficiency Bar

As of 2015, wears six blue hash marks on his uniform sleeve (indicative of 30 years of service).

Effective dates of promotions Edit

  • 1985 – Officer
  • 1999 – Sergeant
  • 2002 – Lieutenant
  • 2005 – Captain
  • 2011 – Deputy Inspector
  • 2015 – Inspector

Miscellaneous Edit

  • Is naturally left-handed, but has taught himself how to do certain things with both hands (particularly shoot) 
  • Favorite sport: basketball 
  • Recreational activity of choice: swimming 
  • Does not like to fly 
  • Drives a Cadillac Escalade EXT 
  • Carries a Colt MK IV Series 80 Combat Elite in .45 ACP with a Surefire 310R weaponlight as his duty weapon
    • Also carries a Smith & Wesson HRT pocket knife 
    • Proficient with the Colt M4A1 Carbine in 5.56×45mm, Heckler & Koch MP5 in 9x19mm, Ithaca 37 12 Gauge shotgun, and more 
    • Owns a bolt-action Remington 700 in .308 Winchester, Beretta 92FS in 9×19mm, Glock 19 in 9×19mm, SIG-Sauer P226 in 9×19mm, and Colt Python in .357 Magnum 

Troy Burrows/Red Megaforce Ranger Edit

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Troy Burrows, the Red Megaforce Ranger, is one the main characters of Power Rangers: The Legendary War, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Power Rangers franchise portrayed by Andrew Gray.

Biography Edit

Leader of the Megaforce Rangers, Troy Burrows became a Power Ranger during his junior year of high school a few weeks after his 17th birthday.  He is a recent transplant to Harwood, having been raised all over the world due to his father’s career in the military.  He has a prior connection to the Power Rangers – he was actually born in Angel Grove; his family moved away when he was two years old shortly after the Countdown to Destruction.

A loner, Troy was raised in a tough environment; his father, while not abusive in the traditional sense, demanded perfection from his son.  Between that and the frequent transfers, Troy didn’t have very many friends before arriving in Harwood.  His true passion is martial arts – Troy is a student of several styles, although he was never in one place long enough to earn any kind of rank.  Troy is extremely disciplined and responsible, and is much more mature than most people his age.  He is also described as fearless, although he would dispute that – he feels fear, but doesn’t let his fears influence or control him.

One of Troy’s strengths is also one of his greatest weaknesses: his confidence, which leads him to arrogance and autocracy.  When he starts something, he finishes it, no matter what obstacles are in his way; similarly, it is hard for him to change his mind or tactics while in the middle of something, such as a fight.  There are also times when he prefers to act alone instead of with his team, which has resulted in him getting grievously injured more than once.

A few weeks after becoming a Ranger, Troy engaged in one-on-one combat with Creepox of the Warstar Army.  After a grueling battle, Troy emerged victorious.  However, he was unable to assist the other Rangers in defeating the monster-of-the-week, passing out from his injuries inside the Gosei Great Megazord.

Both of Troy’s female teammates, Emma Goodall and Gia Moran, have displayed a physical attraction toward their leader; similarly, he has noticed both are beautiful women that any man would be lucky to have as his girlfriend.  However, due to Jake’s obvious crush on the Yellow Ranger and his own desire to put saving the world before any romantic entanglements, Troy is content to remain single.  He did, however, share a nice long romantic kiss with Lauren Shiba, the female Red Samurai Ranger.

Since becoming a Power Ranger, Troy has led his team against the Insectoids, toxic mutants, and the robots that wished to destroy the world.  When the Armada attacked, Troy’s Megaforce powers were upgraded to Super Megaforce, and he was also given the ability to morph into the Legendary Rangers of the past, present, and future.  During their off-time, Troy teaches his friends some of the martial arts he’s learned throughout his life, including how to use his senses in a fight instead of relying solely on eyesight.

Shortly after becoming the Red Super Megaforce Ranger, Troy and his team met Casey Rhodes, the Jungle Fury Red Ranger, Pai Zhuq Master, and part-time zookeeper.  He helped the Rangers become stronger martial artists by teaching them how to tap into their animal spirits; Troy was revealed to have the spirit of the dragon – bold and powerful.  During their fight with the monster-of-the-week, Troy became the Jungle Fury Red Ranger and used his newfound animal spirit to help him win the day.

After running into the one-and-only Dr. Tommy Oliver during the Armada’s invasion, Troy and the others used the Legendary Morphers to morph into Tommy’s five Ranger powers.  Troy chose to morph into the White Ranger, while Noah, Jake, Gia, and Emma became the Dino Thunder Black Ranger, Mighty Morphin Green Ranger, Zeo Ranger V, and Red Turbo Ranger, respectively.

Troy, Noah, and Jake became the first male Rangers in Earth’s history to transform into Pink Rangers; they and Gia used the Legendary Morphers to become the Mighty Morphin Pink Ranger, Zeo Ranger I, Pink Time Force Ranger, and Pink Space Ranger, respectively, in order to fight alongside Emma, who wanted to show the Armada’s general the power of pink.

Not long after meeting Orion, the Silver Super Megaforce Ranger, Troy and the others all transformed into Silver Rangers as a show of solidarity; he morphed into the Titanium Lightspeed Ranger.  He also transformed into the Quantum Ranger during the Rangers’ battle in the Legendary 6th Ranger Modes.

One day while practicing his martial arts in the Harwood Forest, Troy met Earth’s first female Red Ranger, Lauren Shiba.  Lauren helped Troy improve his sword fighting technique, and during the subsequent battle against the Armada, Troy used the Red Samurai Ranger’s power to put practice into action.  After the battle was over, Troy and Lauren shared a nice long romantic kiss.

When the Armada found a way to recreate a Crustacean, Troy and the Megaforce Rangers were given access to a special set of Legendary Ranger Keys – those of the Big Bad Beetleborgs.  Troy used his to become the Chromium Gold Beetleborg.

After the defeat of Prince Vekar of the Armada, Vrak reemerged from hiding in order to complete what he started over a year ago – taking over the Earth.  Vrak captured Orion (which blocked the Rangers’ access to the Super Mega and various Legendary Modes) and brainwashed Robo Knight and turned him against the Rangers.  Despite his extensive wounds, Troy was able to break through to Robo Knight during their one-on-one fight, and was saddened and angered when Robo Knight gave his life to rescue Orion.  Troy was also responsible for destroying Vrak once and for all, using Vrak’s own eclipse to power his Dragon Sword for the “Infinite Sky Strike” attack.

With both Prince Vekar and Vrak destroyed, their father, Emperor Mavro, came to Earth to avenge them personally.  He ordered his strongest warrior, Damaras, to capture the Red Ranger, and proceeded to hold him in order to get Earth to surrender.  Fortunately, Troy was rescued by Jake and Tensou, and he led the Rangers to overcome Damaras.

With his generals all destroyed, Emperor Mavro began an all-out destructive invasion of Earth.  Troy and the others fought back with all of their power, defeating dozens of hundreds of X-Borgs and Armada ships.  However, Mavro had numbers on his side, and eventually destroyed all of the Zords and wounding the Rangers.  Despite their losses, the Rangers refused to give up, and while Noah, Jake, Gia, and Emma fought off the Armada’s foot soldiers, Troy and Orion infiltrated Mavro’s flagship.  Working together, Troy and Orion were able to turn the flagship’s weapons on the rest of the invasion before destroying the ship itself.  However, like the two Rangers, Mavro also escaped the destruction of his flagship, which necessitated the Rangers accessing many of their legendary modes before finishing Mavro off once and for all with the Super Mega Cannon.

Although all of the Armada’s leaders were destroyed, there was still a phalanx of X-Borgs to defeat.  The Megaforce Rangers, along with the help of the Legendary Rangers that had transversed time and space, fought side-by-side and ended the threat of the Warstar Armada forever.  With the job complete, Troy and the other Megaforce Rangers, like the Legendary Rangers before them, hung up their Morphers until the day when they might be needed again.

Powers and abilities Edit

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As the Red Megaforce Ranger, Troy carries a Mega Blaster as his Ranger sidearm and uses the Dragon Sword as his personal weapon.  He is in command of the Gosei Dragon Mechazord, and also shares access to the Sky Brothers Zords with Emma.  When the occasion calls for it, Troy can use the Ultra Sword to power up as the Red Ultra Megaforce Ranger.

As the Red Super Megaforce Ranger, Troy commands the Super Mega Skyship, and carries both a Super Mega Blaster and Super Mega Saber.  He can also utilize the power of the Legendary Rangers via the Legendary Ranger Keys and the Legendary Morpher.

Legendary Ranger Modes Edit

Since being granted access to the power of the Legendary Rangers via the Legendary Ranger Keys and the Legendary Morpher, Troy has used it to become numerous Rangers of the past, present, and future, including:

  • Mighty Morphin Red Ranger → Red Ranger with Dragon Shield
  • Red Alien Ranger of Aquitar
  • Zeo Ranger V–Red
  • Red Turbo Ranger
  • Red Space Ranger → Red Battalizer Ranger
  • Red Galaxy Ranger → Red Armored Ranger
  • Red Lightspeed Ranger
  • Red Time Force Ranger
  • Red Wild Force Ranger
  • Red Ninja Storm Ranger
  • Dino Thunder Red Ranger
  • SPD B-Squad Red Ranger
  • Red Mystic Force Ranger
  • Red Overdrive Ranger
  • Jungle Fury Red Ranger → Jungle Master Red Ranger
  • Ranger Operator Series Red
  • Red Samurai Ranger → Super Samurai Mode → Shark Attack Mode
  • Red Legendary Squadron Ranger
  • Red Legendary Dragon Ranger
  • Red Prism Ranger
  • Red Blitz Ranger
  • Mighty Morphin White Ranger
  • Mighty Morphin Pink Ranger
  • Quantum Ranger
  • Titanium Ranger
  • Chromium Gold Beetleborg

Commander Gart Broox, Ph.D., Starfleet Edit

Commander Gart Broox, Ph.D. is the main character in Callin’ Baton Rouge, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Biography Edit

Captain of the U.S.S. Baton Rouge, Commander Gart Broox is a 30-year veteran of Starfleet. Unlike many officers, Broox did not attend Starfleet Academy, but earned his commission through the Starfleet Officer Candidate School after completing his doctorate in Xenology from the University of Betazed; he also has an undergraduate degree in Mythology.

He began his Starfleet career as a Science Officer, specializing in xenology, but eventually transferred to the command track. As a Lieutenant, Broox attended the Starfleet Command Staff College, where he specialized in starship operations. As a Lieutenant Commander, Broox served as Chief of Operations at Starbase G-6 (the closest starbase to Betazed). After spending three years as First Officer of the Galaxy-class starship U.S.S. San Francisco (NCC-74780), Commander Broox was assigned as commanding officer of the Baton Rouge; like all shipmasters, this entitles him to be addressed as “Captain” although he holds the Starfleet rank of Commander. His immediate commander is Vice Admiral Vex No Bron, the Commanding Admiral of the 1st Fleet.

Broox is a classic “father to his men” kind of captain – he knows the name of every one of his junior officers and enlisted crewmembers and takes great pride in mentoring them. When a new crewmember comes aboard, he meets with them personally in his ready room and conducts a basic informational interview.

Broox does not expect perfection from his crew; only their best. He is well aware that mistakes are made, having made his share, and tends to tell his subordinates exactly what they did wrong and then expects them not to make that same mistake again. He is generally announced at the beginning of each duty shift and upon his entry to department offices (i.e. Main Engineering) with “Captain on the bridge/on deck”.

Commander Broox and the crew of the U.S.S. Baton Rouge were the first ship to respond when a warship from an alternate timeline, the E.F.S. Illustrious under the command of Princeps Senior Jean-Luc Picard, entered their area of operations. The Baton Rouge was no match for the Illustrious, and they were quickly disabled. Illustrious was ultimately driven back to their universe by most of the entire 1st Fleet, along with the Enterprise-E.

Career Edit

Education Edit

  • Bachelor of Arts degree in Mythology – University of Betazed
  • Ph.D. in Xenology – University of Betazed
  • Starfleet Command Staff College

List of assignments Edit

  • Xenologist
  • Chief of Operations, Starbase G-6
  • First Officer, U.S.S. San Francisco (NCC-74780)
  • Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Baton Rouge (NCC-75000)

Awards and decorations Edit

  • Starfleet Medal of Commendation (4)
  • Prantares Ribbon of Commendation
  • Starfleet Unit Citation
  • Dominion War Victory Medal
  • Bridge Officer Certification
  • Command Officer Certification
  • Citation of Exceptional Service (2)

Effective dates of promotion Edit

  • Ensign
  • Lieutenant, junior grade
  • Lieutenant
  • Lieutenant Commander
  • Commander

Personal life Edit

Broox grew up in the city of Rixx on Betazed. He is a family man; he has been married twice (once divorced, once widowed) and has three children, all of whom are now grown ups. In his youth (and since his divorce), he was regarded as a ladies man. Having aged from handsome to distinguished, Broox has black-colored eyes and silver hair, along with a salt-and-pepper goatee. His ex-wife and the mother of two of his three children, Lyara Broox, is a Deltan who kept his last name after the divorce.

Superpowers, weapons and equipment Edit

Like most members of Starfleet, Broox carries a Type-2 phaser as his standard sidearm. He is a competent marksman and a fair hand-to-hand combatant. He is also an average-level telepath for a Betazoid, capable of reading most surface thoughts without much difficulty. On occasion, Broox will give orders to his crew telepathically.

Vice Admiral Peter “Pete” Mitchell, USN Edit

Vice Admiral Peter “Pete” Mitchell is a character in After the Series, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character portrayed in Top Gun by Tom Cruise.

Biography Edit

A decorated Naval Aviator with a stellar career, Pete Mitchell is the Commander, Naval Air Forces (COMNAVAIRFOR) based out of Naval Air Station North Island.  His callsign is “Maverick”.

Pete has a Bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the US Naval Academy and was commissioned as an Ensign following graduation.  He proceeded to flight school, and earned his wings in 1984.  He was assigned to the U.S.S. Enterprise (CVN-65), where he was promoted to Lieutenant.

In 1986, Pete was assigned as a student at Top Gun at NAS Miramar.  While there, he lost his best friend and RIO, Lt. (j.g.) Nick “Goose” Bradshaw in a training accident.

As a Commander, Pete served as Squadron Commander of VF-31 aboard the U.S.S. Carl Vinson (CVN-70).  He then served as chief instructor at the Navy Fighter Weapons School.  As a Captain, Pete commanded the U.S.S. Enterprise (CVN-65).

As a three-star officer in the United States Navy, Pete carries a SIG-Sauer P228 in 9×19mm as his personal sidearm.  He has a Ph.D. in Aeronautical engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School and a Master’s degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College.  He is married to Dr. Charlotte “Charlie” Mitchell (née Blackwood), a civilian astrophysicist.  He is a recipient of the Navy Distinguished Service Medal, Distinguished Flying Cross, Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal, Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal, and numerous unit, campaign, and service awards.

Dean Bartleby Lee Gaines, B.A. Edit

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Dean of Students Bartleby Lee Gaines is a character in After the Series, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character portrayed in Accepted by Justin Long.

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Co-founder of the South Harmon Institute of Technology, Bartleby Gaines created the fictitious South Harmon Institute of Technology after he was rejected from all the universities and colleges he applied to.  However, due to an error, South Harmon became a refuge for any student who failed to get in to a (real) college.

Bartleby quickly learned that traditional college was not what he wanted to do (or have his fellow students do), and invited them to make up their own classes and be their own teachers.

After a couple months, S.H.I.T. was temporarily shut down when Dean Richard Van Horn of Harmon College told authorities that Bartleby was running a fake school.  However, thanks to his best friend and fellow co-founder, Sherman Schrader, Bartleby was able to plead his case before the Ohio State Board of Education, and was granted a one-year probationary period to continue his school.  Thankful, Bartleby asked Dr. Jason Alexander, the Chairman of the committee, to become the school’s President – thereby giving the school both an actual academic familiar with the system, and giving the committee an inside man. The school completed its probationary period, and at Dr. Alexander’s recommendation, the school remained open and has continues to be a refuge for any student who failed to get in to a (real) college or wants a non-traditional education.

Upon graduating from S.H.I.T.with an official B.A. in Educational studies, Bartleby was immediately appointed the Dean of Students and his predecessor, Ben Lewis, was promoted to Vice President under Dr. Alexander. Dr. Alexander also helped him get his teaching license from the  National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

Charles Irving “Chuck” Bartowski, B.Sc., the Intersect Edit

Charles Irving “Chuck” Bartowski is a character in After the Series, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on Chuck by Zachary Levi.

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A twenty-something-year-old underachiever, Chuck Bartowski’s life stalled in 2003 after his college roommate, Bryce Larkin, framed him for cheating, leading to his expulsion from Stanford University (where he was a scholarship student) only twelve credits shy of completing his bachelor’s degree, and his girlfriend, Jill Roberts, dumped him (ostensibly for Bryce).  Following his expulsion, he moved in with his older sister, Ellie, and her live-in boyfriend, Devon “Captain Awesome” Woodcomb, in Echo Park, and got a dead-end job at the Burbank Buy More in its Nerd Herd division.  By 2007, he was the Nerd Herd supervisor.

On his 26th birthday, Chuck received an e-mail from Bryce that caused him to download into his brain the full contents of a CIA/NSA supercomputer known as the Intersect, which served as a database for their combined collected intelligence.  That same night (at approximately the same time he sent the e-mail), Bryce destroyed the Intersect computer, leaving the only copy of the database in his head.  The government learned that Chuck was the last known person that Bryce contacted, so both the CIA and NSA (independent of each other) send agents to find him.  The CIA dispatched field officer Sarah Walker to retrieve a copy of the Intersect, while the NSA sent then-Major John Casey to capture Chuck.  The two agents eventually cross paths, and Sarah fends off Casey.  They then discover that Chuck is a human version of the Intersect who sees a rapid-fire series of images (or “flashes”) of intelligence from the Intersect database whenever his brain recognizes a bit of related information with his own eyes or ears.  The two agencies conclude that Chuck must be protected and assign Sarah and Casey jointly to the task.

“Drafted” into service by the government, Chuck officially becomes an Asset of the CIA and the NSA, and along with Sarah and Casey, they make up “Operation Bartowski”, under the authority of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.  Together, they work out of Burbank and operate both domestically and abroad (usually in Los Angeles); their specialty is thwarting assassins and international terrorists, as well as disbanding rogue spy cabals both internal to the United States intelligence community and then global in scope.

When he first joined the CIA as an asset, Chuck developed an alias, “Charles Carmichael”, a millionaire semiretired software magnate, who has since gained actual respect in the spy community and is now the stuff of legend.  He later created Carmichael Industries under the Carmichael name.

In 2009, Chuck had the Intersect removed by his long-lost father, Stephen, but subsequently downloaded the updated version, the Intersect 2.0, to keep it out of enemy hands.  Unlike the original Intersect, which only provided information, the Intersect 2.0 grants the user the ability for physical flashes, enabling them to perform highly-specialized activities (such as martial arts, foreign languages, and even musical instruments) without any prior training.  After the upgrade and completing a training seminar, Chuck was promoted to Field Officer.

In 2011, the entirety of Team Bartowski is fired from government service (retroactively changed to retired) by CIA officer Clyde Decker, and he removed the Intersect from Chuck’s head.  Fortunately, at the same time, Hartley Winterbottom, an old friend of his father’s and the real identity of notorious arms dealer Alexei Volkoff, bequeathed the assets of Volkoff Industries over to him and Sarah (as a wedding present).  The team used the money to create Carmichael Industries, a freelance spy organization.  However, the company struggles to compete with Verbanski Corporation, led by Gertrude Verbanski, and had all of the money in their accounts frozen by Decker.

Team Carmichael was responsible for stopping rogue spy Nicholas Quinn in early 2012.  Quinn, a former CIA officer who was set to receive the first Intersect in 2007, was discharged from the agency and became a freelance spy.  As he began looking to become the Intersect, he kidnapped Sarah, who had downloaded the Intersect 2.0 to save her captured husband, and lobotomized her.  Just before Quinn could download the Intersect 3.0, Sarah shot him dead.  However, Chuck was forced to download the Intersect 3.0 himself to save General Beckman’s life.

After the deaths of Decker and Quinn, Chuck and his team were offered their jobs with the CIA and NSA back by General Beckman, but they all declined.  As Sarah slowly-but-surely began regaining her memories, Carmichael Industries and Verbanski Corp became partners, with Carmichael Industries providing cyber security, electronic counterespionage, and even technical support, while Verbanski Corp handled more “hands on” security.

Chuck’s family is the most important thing in the world to him.  His parents, Stephen and Mary, were both spies who left the family when he was young in pursuit of their craft (Mary was forced to spend 20 years undercover with Alexei Volkoff, while Stephen went off-the-grid to find her).  His older sister, Ellie, practically raised him.  She married her longtime boyfriend, Dr. Devon “Captain Awesome” Woodcomb, in 2009, and they had their first child, Clara, on January 31, 2011.  His best friend since childhood is Morgan Grimes, who joined the team in 2010 as auxiliary support.  He’s also had a few girlfriends in his life – Jill Roberts, his first serious girlfriend to whom he lost his virginity to his first year of college, Lou Palone in 2007, and Hannah Smith in 2010.  Chuck began dating Sarah, his CIA handler/partner in 2010, after nearly three years working together, and they married on May 16, 2011.

While working for the Buy More, Chuck drove a Nerd Herder (a Toyota Matrix), a company car that was modified by the government to function as a spy vehicle.  He wears a customized wristwatch (a Rolex Oyster Perpetual) that contains the Governor, which governs his neural network and prevents the Intersect from causing dementia and eventual insanity, as well as a built-in tracking device and two-way radio/listening device.  He carries a Tranquilizer Baby WE Hi-Capa 3.8 (Type 8) as his weapon-of-choice due to it being non-lethal, and owns a CIA-issued SIG-Sauer P229R in 9×19mm for if and when he must carry an actual firearm.  He is a two-time recipient of the Intelligence Star for a “voluntary act or acts of courage performed under hazardous conditions or for outstanding achievements or services rendered with distinction under conditions of grave risk”, earning one for capturing Daniel Shaw and the Ring Elders and one for capturing Alexei Volkoff, one of the world’s most notorious international arms dealers.

Chuck has an official kill count of four people, although he didn’t actually kill any of them – Bernie Ominsky suffered a heart attack while attempting to beat Chuck with a baseball bat, Bill Bergey tripped while attacking Chuck and fell out of a 15-story window, Hunter Perry was actually shot by John Casey, and Daniel Shaw was shot in the chest by Chuck, but fell off a bridge and into the water in Paris and was later revealed to be alive.

Sergeant Gregory “Greg” Parker, CV, TPS (Ret.) Edit

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Sergeant Gregory “Greg” Parker is a character in After the Series, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character portrayed on Flashpoint by Enrico Colantoni.

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The Supervisor of the Toronto Police Strategic Response Unit, Sgt. Greg Parker also serves as Team One’s crisis negotiator.  As such, he prefers that situations be resolved through dialogue instead of lethal force, and frequently reminds his team to “keep the peace”.

A police officer for over 25 years, Greg has seen much on the job, which led to his alcoholism.  He hit rock bottom in 1999, when his wife, Joanna, divorced him and took his son, Dean, to live in the United States.  He took a leave of absence from the force to get sober, and when he returned, he transferred from the Homicide Squad back to the streets as a uniformed officer.  He later joined the SRU, and was promoted to Sergeant in 2004.  He is best friends with Ed Lane, the Leader of the SRU Team 1, and is considered a father to his men.  He is also on good terms with many of the Toronto Police’s brass, and holds himself up as an example that people can change.

In 2011, his son, Dean, now 17 years old, returned to Toronto from Dallas to live with his dad and finish his senior year of high school.  After graduating from high school in 2012, Dean wanted to join the Police Academy, but was convinced by his dad to earn a degree before joining the force.  Greg is currently dating Marina Levin, who he met during a crisis situation.

In 2012, a terrorist named Marcus Faber planted a series of bombs all around the Toronto area, including the 911 call center, City Hall, and Fletcher Stadium, the last of which was designated an emergency medical center.  Greg personally diffused the last bomb at Fletcher Stadium in the middle of a gunfight with Faber, and was grievously wounded before Ed was able to kill Faber.  Due to his injuries, Greg retired from the Toronto Police Service with full honors, and began teaching psychology and crisis negotiation at the Ontario Police College; he has subsequently been invited to guest lecture at universities and police academies around the continent.

For his actions during the terrorist attack, Greg was nominated for and awarded the Cross of Valour, the highest honour available for a Canadian citizen for bravery, for “…acts of the most conspicuous courage in circumstances of extreme peril,” and granted him the ability to use the post-nominal letters CV.  He was presented the award at Rideau Hall in Ottawa by the Governor General of Canada and in the presence of his team, his son, and senior members of law enforcement and government from all around Canada.

As a retired Sergeant in the Toronto Police Service, Greg drives a blue 2007 Chevy Impala LT as his personal vehicle and carries a Glock 17 in 9×19mm as his personal sidearm.  He has a degree in Psychology from the University of Toronto.

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