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Warehouse 13 (Facility) Warehouse 13 Wiki Fandom

Warehouse 13 is a massive, top-secret storage facility in South Dakota that houses supernatural artifacts, mysterious relics, and supernatural souvenirs collected by the U.S. Government.Warehouse 13 is the 13th iteration of the Warehouse, with other

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Warehouse 13 Wiki Fandom

Wiki: Manual of Style. Warehouse 13 was a dramatic comedy that followed United States Secret Service agents Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly) and Peter Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) as they retrieved new and missing supernatural objects and placed them in

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The Warehouse Warehouse 13 Wiki Fandom

The Warehouse is the global storage facility for artifacts. There have been 13 iterations of the Warehouse throughout history.1 1 Warehouse 1 (Greece)2 1.1 Artifacts 1.2 Trivia 2 Warehouse 2 (Egypt)4 2.1 Artifacts 2.2 Trivia 3 Warehouse 3 (Italy)9 3.1 Artifacts 3.2 Trivia 4 Warehouse 4 (Huns)11 4.1 Artifacts 4.2 Trivia 5 Warehouse 5 (Byzantium)13 6 Warehouse 6 (Cambodia)14 7 Warehouse 7 ...

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Warehouse 13 Alphas Fanon Wiki Fandom

Warehouse 13 is a massive, top-secret storage facility in South Dakota that houses supernatural artifacts, mysterious relics, and supernatural souvenirs collected by the U.S. Government. Warehouse 13 is the 13th iteration of the Warehouse, with other iterations having existed throughout history. The current Warehouse is also known as K39ZZZ on the North American Grid, but is affectionately ...

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Warehouse 13 DC Database Fandom

Warehouse 13 was a training facility for super powered people.. History. La Dama wasn't planning to be swallowed up in a common gang war between super powered beings. But as every crime lord stayed away from magic due to its unpredictability, she found a edge in this and ordered to capture magic meta humans from the street and store, train and hide them in the campus named Warehouse 13.

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Warehouse 13 DC Database Fandom

Warehouse 13 was a training facility for super powered people.. History. La Dama wasn't planning to be swallowed up in a common gang war between super powered beings. But as every crime lord stayed away from magic due to its unpredictability, she found a edge in this and ordered to capture magic meta humans from the street and store, train and hide them in the campus named Warehouse 13.

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Warehouse 13 Ultima Wiki Fandom

Warehouse 13 is a massive, top-secret storage facility in South Dakota that houses supernatural artifacts, mysterious relics, and supernatural souvenirs collected by the U.S. Government.Warehouse 13 is the 13th iteration of the Warehouse, with other iterations having existed throughout history.. The Warehouse is lit by a massive series of electrical "Shelby" light bulbs invented by Adolph ...

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Warehouse 13 Warehouse13:NextGeneration Wiki Fandom

Pete Lattimer (as of 2009; retired) Myka Bering (as of 2009; retired) Claudia Donovan (as of 2009) Steve Jinks (as of 2011) Helena Wells (as of 2010; retired) Leena (deceased) Abigail Cho (Keeper) Vanessa Calder (Warehouse Doctor, retired) Cordelia Jinks (as of 2035) Aquila Belmonte (as of 2036) Yoshiko Kamara (as of 2036) Lucas Collins (as of July 2040) Imogene Rockwell (Science Department ...

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Warehouse 13 The Time Machine Wiki Fandom

Warehouse 13 was a television series on SyFy, which takes place in the titular warehouse, charged with storing fantastic artifacts. The series featured the recurring character of Helena Wells, a female version of H.G. Wells, an inventor. Among her inventions in the series was a kind of time machine (though a very different one than in The Time Machine). Additionally, a spin-off series was ...

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Warehouse 13 Tropedia - All The Tropes Wiki Fandom

Warehouse 13 has burned down at least once, though. In one episode Mrs. Frederic uses the phrase "I swear on the ashes of the first 12 Warehouses" for added emphasis. Though this turns out to not be literal. Subverted; in this case, Warehouse 13 is the luckiest one so far. Syfy's website has short histories on all 13 Warehouses. The others did ...

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Warehouse 13 Fanfic/RP Wiki Fandom

Welcome to Warehouse 13 Fanon Wiki This Wiki was founded May 18 2012 by Helenna A114 It is currently run by ProfDraco2 Search by Title or Category Chat Emotes Admins Mods Wiki Rules This wiki exists to record the collaborative fanfiction of the Warehouse 13 Artifact Database wiki. If you're looking for the Wiki for the show itself, check here.

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Warehouse 13/Characters Tropedia Fandom

The recurring characters of Warehouse 13. 1 Warehouse Agents 2 Pete Lattimer 3 Myka Bering 4 Artie Nielsen 5 Claudia Donovan 6 Steve Jinks 7 Villains 8 James MacPherson 9 H. G. Wells 10 Walter Sykes 11 Marcus Diamond 12 Sally Stukowski 13 Others 14 Mrs. Frederic 15 Leena 16 Daniel Dickensen 17 Benedict Valda 18 Jane Lattimer Adult Child Agent Mulder: Far more relaxed than the namesake. The ...

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Warehouse 13 Crossover Universe Wiki Fandom

Warehouse 13 is a TV series which aired from 2009 to 2014. Story: Publication: Crossovers 2008 - Duped: 2009 TV episode: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

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Warehouse 13 - Wikipedia

Warehouse 13 is an American science fiction television series that ran from July 7, 2009 to May 19, 2014, on the Syfy network. Described as "part The X-Files, part Raiders of the Lost Ark and part Moonlighting", the show had Jack Kenny and David Simkins as executive producers. This blend of sci-fi, comedy and drama from Universal Cable Productions is said to have borrowed much from the ...

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Warehouse 14 Warehouse13:NextGeneration Wiki Fandom

After the destruction of Warehouse 13 in 2101, the Regents moved their organisation to New Zealand for its next reincarnation. While the country is far from the world's least powerful nation, that choice does not follow their usual policy of picking the place that currently has the planet's most influential government. The reason behind that is that the threat that took down Warehouse 13 hadn ...

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Warehouse 13 The Mystery Kids Wiki Fandom

Warehouse 13 is a massive, top-secret storage facility in South Dakota that houses supernatural artifacts, mysterious relics, and supernatural souvenirs collected by the U.S. Government. Warehouse 13 is the 13th iteration of the Warehouse, with other iterations having existed throughout history. It is also a trusted associate of the SCP Foundation. The Warehouse is lit by a massive series of ...

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Warehouse 13 Warehouse13:NextGeneration Wiki Fandom

Pete Lattimer (as of 2009; retired) Myka Bering (as of 2009; retired) Claudia Donovan (as of 2009) Steve Jinks (as of 2011) Helena Wells (as of 2010; retired) Leena (deceased) Abigail Cho (Keeper) Vanessa Calder (Warehouse Doctor, retired) Cordelia Jinks (as of 2035) Aquila Belmonte (as of 2036) Yoshiko Kamara (as of 2036) Lucas Collins (as of July 2040) Imogene Rockwell (Science Department ...

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Warehouse 13 The Time Machine Wiki Fandom

Warehouse 13 was a television series on SyFy, which takes place in the titular warehouse, charged with storing fantastic artifacts. The series featured the recurring character of Helena Wells, a female version of H.G. Wells, an inventor. Among her inventions in the series was a kind of time machine (though a very different one than in The Time Machine). Additionally, a spin-off series was ...

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Warehouse 13 Television Wiki Fandom

Warehouse 13 is an American science fiction television series was created by Jane Espenson and D. Brent Mote that premiered on July 7, 2009, on the Syfy network.. Plot. The series follows U.S. Secret Service Agents Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly) and Pete Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) when they are assigned to the secretive Warehouse 13 for supernatural artifacts.

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Warehouse 13 TV Database Wiki Fandom

Warehouse 13 is an American science fiction television series that began airing on the Sci-Fi Channel in July of 2009.The series was created by Jane Espenson and D. Brent Mote and produced by Universal Media Studios.The series stars Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly as two Secret Service agents named Pete Lattimer and Myka Bering. They are recruited to serve as members of a mysterious, top ...

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Warehouse 13 Crossover Wiki Fandom

For detailed information about this series, see: Warehouse 13 Wiki Warehouse 13 is a science fiction television series created by Jane Espenson and D. Brent Mote and originally aired on Syfy. Warehouse 13 (July 7, 2009 – May 19, 2014) Warehouse 13: A Touch of Fever (June 2011) Warehouse 13 (August - December 2011) Warehouse 13: The Board Game (June 27, 2019)

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Warehouse 13 Steampunk Wiki Fandom

Warehouse 13 is a U.S. television science fiction series that premiered on July 7, 2009, on the Syfy network. Although modern, it fully embraces the Steampunk and Dieselpunk aesthetic. The series follows U.S. Secret Service Agents Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly) and Pete Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) when they are assigned to the government's secret Warehouse 13 for supernatural artifacts. It is ...

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Warehouse 13 - Wikipedia

Warehouse 13 is an American science fiction television series that ran from July 7, 2009 to May 19, 2014, on the Syfy network. Described as "part The X-Files, part Raiders of the Lost Ark and part Moonlighting", the show had Jack Kenny and David Simkins as executive producers. This blend of sci-fi, comedy and drama from Universal Cable Productions is said to have borrowed much from the ...

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Sally Stukowski (Warehouse 13) The Female Villains Wiki ...

Sally Stukowski (Ashley Williams) was a recurring villainess from Season Three of Warehouse 13. Sally Stukowski was an FBI agent who first appeared in the season opener "The New Guy," investing a murder case in Denver. She throws her weight around once she discovered Pete and Jinks working "her" case, and had the pair escorted out. After the case is solved, Sally thanks Pete and Jinks for ...

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Episode 37: The Flame Alchemist, The Bachelor ... - Fandom

The first part of the episode is adapted from the content of the Bonus Chapter: Roy Mustang's Observation Diary, while the Bachelor Lieutenant portion of the episode is adapted from content in Bonus Chapter: The Second Lieutenant Goes to Battle!, and the Warehouse 13 part is adapted from a mini-story in the first FMA Light Novel: The Land of Sand.

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