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The Secret in Their Eyes (El secreto de sus ojos) is a 2009 Argentine film directed by Juan José Campanella. Super Dragon is a low-rent James Bond who, despite being retired, is called back into action when a colleague is killed. A Wrong Genre Savvy character may take it for a Close-Knit Community — or vice versa.
Many of the towns that Kino visits in Kino's Journey have a dark secret somewhere along the line. The town that Kirika wanders into in Noir was founded for the sole purpose of guarding the entrance to Altena's manor, and the villagers will kill anyone who interferes with their instructions. The Ryugu Shelter is a gorgeous amusement park that appeals to the people in it and entertains them in any way they can, while actually functioning as a safety bunker. The Fuji Ship is an armoury and filled to the brim with guns, rifles and any other kind of shooting weapon. In the "Dressrosa" arc of One Piece, the port town of Acacia appears to be peaceful and pleasant, despite being ruled by Doflamingo; a place where people and toys live together, and gladiators fight in the colosseum. Whiskey Peak is the definition of this trope - cheerful and welcoming at first sight, turns out to be giant trap for pirates, entirely populated by bounty hunters. In Sunday Without God, Ai feels like her village is keeping some kind of secret from her, but she isn't sure what.
Wildstorm's comic book sequel to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) remake reveals that the residents of the town are completely aware of Leatherface and his family's murderous and cannibalistic tendencies, but don't do anything out of fear of retribution.
While we're on the topic of Wildstorm, this is essentially the entire premise of Out There.
Nightwing once encountered a town where every inhabitant was in the witness protection program, and the inhabitants were prepared to kill to ensure that no one from their old lives find out where they were.
The Fantastic Four, at the beginning of their superhero career defeated a group of Skrull spies.
According to Runaways, the reason that the Los Angeles of the Marvel Universe isn't crawling with supervillains in the same manner as New York City is because for years all the criminal activity in L.A.
The Jack Chick Crusaders comic Broken Cross features a town dominated by Hollywood Satanism. Story of the Blanks starts out as a seemingly bright and cheerful My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic flash game where Applebloom wanders off into the Everfree Forest and finds a small village called Sunny Town. Doubling as a Shout-Out, Soul Eater: Troubled Souls features none other than the town of Innsmouth as the setting for a mission. In The Terrible Secret Of Animal Crossing, the protagonist finds himself on a bus to a camp under strange circumstances, and bit by bit, the secrets of the camp's much-too-happy exterior finally come to light.
The Stepford Wives concerns a small community where every woman acts like the perfect wife. In Children of the Corn 666: Isaac's Return, the citizens of former Ghost Town Gatlin act normally, but gradually drop it until it's time for the final prophecy. Hollowed Ground is about a small farming town who kills visiting families and tries to make one visitor give birth to their messiah. There's also the fact that the version of Specter we see in the film isn't quite the real thing- Ed Bloom is exaggerating the story. In the movie Hot Fuzz, all the members of the town of Sandford's Neighborhood Watch secretly murder everyone in the town that is "unpleasant", so that nothing stands in their way of winning "Village of the Year". In Aussie slasher Dying Breed, the townsfolk are the inbred Cannibal Clan descendents of 1820s Serial Killer Alexander Pearce.
The John Carpenter film In the Mouth of Madness features the surreal, warped town of Hobb's End, which may or may not be the fictional creation of horror writer Sutter Cane.
Implied in the Friday the 13th (2009) remake, where at least one resident was shown to be aware of Jason living and killing in the old campgrounds. In John Landis's An American Werewolf in London, the small English town of East Proctor's Dark Secret is, unsurprisingly, a werewolf. Cragwich from Lesbian Vampire Killers where the villagers ensure a continuing steam of sacrifices for the lesbian vampires in exchange for sparing their lives. The 2009 German thriller, The White Ribbon, about strange events occurring in a small German village in the years before World War I, certainly counts. In Eye of the Devil David Niven (as a French count) must return to his home to be sacrificed for a better crop or something.
A Secret Government Warehouse is where a nation keeps various items whose existence should be kept secret from the general populace.
In fiction, the Secret Government Warehouse is a plot device used for conveniently disposing of story elements that have fulfilled their purpose in a story, but that would cause consistency or continuity problems for subsequent (or previous) stories in the same fictional setting were they to remain. Some conspiracy theorists believe that Secret Government Warehouses exist in Real Life, containing suppressed inventions, archaeological and historical evidence that contradicts mainstream theory, and objects that have famously been lost. Area 51: Frequently overlaps with Secret Government Warehouse, as their functions are similar. Bazaar of the Bizarre: If the contents of the Secret Government Warehouse were on sale, it would be a Bazaar.
Magical Library: Like the Warehouse, but keeps lost or forbidden knowledge rather than items. Museum of the Strange and Unusual: Smaller, more intimate version of the Warehouse, generally run by a single Collector of the Strange rather than an Artifact Collection Agency. Superhero Trophy Room: A small, personal collection of not-necessarily-mundane items that is kept by a superhero.
The comic book Area 52 ("a storage facility for Area 51") is based entirely on this premise. Both the Four and members of Planetary maintain large collections of the world's secrets, including mementos from dead superheroes and alien artifacts.
In The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, a secret wing of the British Library acts both as this, and the headquarters of the eponymous League.
The conclusion of Raiders of the Lost Ark is one of the most famous uses of this plot device: the ending of the film is a shot of The Ark of the Covenant, in a crate, being filed in a massive warehouse.
The first part of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull happens in the same warehouse, where baddies are looking for the titular object. In the Hellboy films, the BPRD facility holds (among other things) artifacts and books relating to the occult—including Hellboy himself. The third film reveals that the Library is actually thousands of years old and that the Librarian's mentor may, in fact, be the original Librarian. Not run by a government, which doesn't seem to exist in the Nightside, but the Collector's vast collection of, well, everything rare and legendary meets most criteria for this trope. Also, reference is made to a "House of Blue Lights" beneath the Pentagon, from which the Unholy Grail was stolen.
Tale of the Troika by Strugatsky Brothers takes place in one, very poorly organized and overrun by Obstructive Bureaucrats. Averted in the Discworld where Lord Vetinari prefers inconvenient things to be lost in a welter of competing Guilds and other agencies, ideally in plain sight where everybody can see them and nobody notices. The X-Files is replete with characters and objects with unusual properties and powers that would complicate the fictional setting, or make it too simple for characters to achieve the goals that they quest for, and the Secret Government Warehouse trope is heavily used to explain the absence of the characters and objects, and to make the goals difficult to achieve. In the first episode of War of the Worlds a triad of war machines are collected from a Government Warehouse ("Hangar 15") where they had been stored since an invasion in 1953, thus linking the television series to the 1953 film The War of the Worlds. The Warehouses actually date back thousands of years, usually located in one of the most powerful nations at the time before being moved (partly to protect the Warehouse, partly to enable the collection of artifacts). Additionally, the Bronze Sector within the Warehouse stores dangerous people, many of them would-be Hitlers. Played with in an episode where the CEO of a large pharmaceutical company found out about the Warehouse and pulled strings with a senator to get access to it. The cover story that the current Warehouse uses is that it's actually a more prosaic version of the truth; specifically, that it's where the IRS stores old tax forms.
The town in Eureka could be regarded as a Secret Government Warehouse for super smart people. In the second season of Heroes, we have the Vault, where the Company keeps various important items including a human brain, a figurine of the Trojan Horse, a gold key, a gray pyramid model, a kris similar to that carried by St.
By extension Torchwood One and its hub in the Cardiff Division, as found in Doctor Who and Torchwood respectively, functioned similarly, although they did salvage and use the alien tech. Chillingly used on Criminal Minds, where an episode about a lone anthrax terrorist ends with his pathogen getting locked in a U.S.
Stargate Command during the period between the Abydos mission and the beginning of the series, when the Stargate was inactive and mothballed. Warehouse 23's Dumpster is for the stuff too weird even for the Secret Government Warehouse to keep.
In Shadowrun the Atlantean Foundation has a treasure trove of ancient magical artifacts obtained from archeological digs all over the world. Although not strictly a government warehouse, the Aegis Kai Doru in Hunter: The Vigil are described as having dozens or more of these around the world, including, among other things, the still-talking and prophesising head of John the Baptist. Similarily, the Mysterium in Mage: The Awakening maintain several athenea all over the world, which are a version of this combined with Magical Library. One of the (best) possible endings in Vampire: The Masquerade ? Bloodlines has the sarcophagus being stored in a Secret Camarilla Warehouse, which has the potential of being even worse.
In Dungeons of Dredmor, there's a spell in the Archaeology skill branch that sends magical artifacts here, in return for a large amount of XP.
In Mass Effect, while everyone knows about the existence of the the Citadel Archives, only those with extremely high levels of clearance are allowed access are permitted to enter the facility, such as Spectres. Ms Saga A New Dawn has the various Moonbases as well as Eisengrad's underground fortress all of them having some of the best gear in the game. El Goonish Shive had the Paranormal Stuff That Are Of Little Use To Anyone Storage Facility. The Repository of Dangerous Things had the titular repository, wherein most of the comic took place. Secret Contents of a Certain Government Warehouse was originally created by Stirling Westrup and many Usenet contributors around 1990. Maintaining secret warehouses is pretty much the entire job of the SCP Foundation, only some of the items are sentient and trying to escape. Family Guy shows one of these in the episodes "Peter's Got Woods", and "Back To The Woods". The Vatican Secret Archives and the storage areas of the Smithsonian Institution are claimed to be real Government Warehouses. Indeed, almost any fairly large institution (ranging from everything from the above-mentioned Smithsonian all the way down to the Baseball Hall of Fame's Museum and then some) will have far more stuff out-of-sight (either being restored, studied or just plain old stored away) than it has on display. Shane McMahon once let slip in an interview that the WWE never throws anything away; somewhere in Stamford, Connecticut is a warehouse filled with old stages, props, and other assorted gimmicks. It's notable that "secret" in real life does not necessarily mean "Earth-shattering revelations here". Applied to data, this would make the USA's Utah Data Center one of the biggest Secret Government Warehouse out there. An honorable mention goes to the US Office of Personnel Management storage facility at Boyers, PA. The dangers of having enormous amounts of material no one remembers anymore came to the fore as part of a series of security lapses involving the CDC that occurred or came to light in 2014, including a cleanup job that uncovered numerous unsecured samples of deadly pathogens, just sitting on shelves since as long ago as 1946. Benjamin Esposito, a federal justice agent, becomes entranced by a rape-murder case in Buenos Aires, and tries to solve it even after case is closed, with help from his alcoholic coworker Sandoval, his new boss Irene, and Ricardo, the victim's husband. Smith, who also created The Vampire Diaries.Cassie Blake thought she was just a normal girl, until her mother is murdered by a witch who makes it look like a gas explosion. The case the colleague was working centers around a mysterious new drug which has been turning the student body of a small college town into a mindless mob; and the investigation leads Super Dragon on a trail of intrigue to Holland, several nice apartments, a charity art auction, a Ming vase smuggling ring, and tainted chewing gum (seriously) with which the bad guys plan to Take Over the World (seriously!). If the terrible secret is covered up with a sweet veneer, see Stepford Suburbia and Uncanny Village.
Sometimes it isn't an actual secret, but just something that casual travelers won't notice at the first sight, while at other times it's played dead straight. This class is closer to death and has an "Extra" person in class, which causes a strange phenomenon where this dead person is practically impossible to tell from the alive students and the universe tries to balance this out by killing one of the class or one of their relatives every month.
It's also filled with mummified corpses and full of bacteria and rust, so you know something terrible happened.
But the Straw Hats soon find out that the numerous living toys on the island are actually humans changed by a Devil Fruit user, and all memories of the transformed humans are erased aside from those of the toys themselves.
On the surface, it seems like a happy, Venice-like city where its premier ship-building company makes ships for people all over the world, and they have a railroad that runs on the ocean.
And when some World Nobles are scheduled to visit, the rulers decide to have everything, people included, burned to the ground. Oh, and that giant cacti hills near the town - actually it's regular hills, covered in gravestones,which appears as needles from afar.
So instead she performs her gravekeeper duties by digging graves for when the villagers eventually die. At one point, after the heroine escapes from the Hewitt family lair and makes it into a bar in town the patrons stop her from calling for help and bring her to the pursuing Leatherface. In order to save the town during World War 2 the three original founding families made a deal with the witches of Greendale to protect the town and everyone in it. Its secret is that those who fail their flight exam are sent to the titular Factory to be brutally murdered, all for the sake of producing rainbows.
This would be a Wham Line and spoilered out if the title card wasn't a zombie-pony standing bold-as-brass in the middle of town, cocktail in hoof.
Then, after talking to the ponies who live there, she goes into a strange house away from the rest of the town and finds a corpse in the fireplace.
The toys (led by a fluffy stuffed animal named Lotso Huggin Bear) are all friendly, there are always lots of kids to play with them so that none of the toys ever get outgrown, and there's a repair ward that keeps the playthings in tiptop shape. It concerns a veteran of World War II heading to the town of Black Rock to pay a visit to Komoko, the father of a Japanese war buddy who died trying to save his life, only to find that the entire town has something to hide — namely, that Komoko was murdered by Reno Smith, the most powerful man in town, a racist landowner who tried to cheat Komoko by selling him some arid farmland with no water only for Komoko to make the farm prosperous by digging a sixty-foot-deep well.
Only it turns out that the "wives" are actually robots who are programmed to act this way, and they are replacements for the real wives of Stepford who are murdered by their husbands. No-one leaves, everything is perfect, and there's the talk and surprise of people stumbling in before their time. Features of the town change and rearrange themselves, the residents are monsters in disguise, and the Last Sane Man ends up taking shelter in a movie theater where the events of the film are playing out on the screen, as the world burns down around him. This is markedly different from the originals, where the residents of Crystal Lake didn't seem to know exactly what was going on at the camp, but were pretty clear in their warnings to outsiders. Jason, many adults in Springwood know of Freddy's dream-killings, but have conspired to conceal this from the town's youth to starve him of the fear that gives him power over dreams.
Their dark secret is the titular sauna, and they would be really glad if no-one ever came in or paid attention to it.
Lovecraft's The Shadow Over Innsmouth, the people of Spain will not speak of or visit Imboca for good reason: the city was taken over by an pagan god when its desperate people turned to him for help.
In many cases, the story items disposed of are of such a nature that they would make it difficult to set up the necessary tensions and conflicts for other stories in the fictional setting, as they would make such tensions and conflicts simple to resolve. In this case, the warehouse has a rather different purpose in the story (even though its in-universe purpose is the same), that of providing a unique setting with a steady influx of phlebotinum and other weirdness. The two main characters sneak in to steal a specific tool, and end up finding vast shelves of forgotten "Rusty" (present-day) technology and artifacts as well as extremely dangerous weapons of more modern make. Definitely secret, because he's a selfish Jerk Ass who's paranoid about people stealing what he's stolen. Possibly a subversion, as it's unclear whether this facility houses other items or just the one. This is helped by the several-thousand years old history of the city of Ankh-Morpork having accumulated so many potentially significant artefacts that Gormenghast would look bare by comparison. The CEO's Number Two betrays him after finding out the truth about the artifacts and, instead, points him towards a tiny room with a few shelves of random junk, grandiously announced as Storage Space 6.
Joan, a strain 138 of the Shanti virus, and three playing cards (the Queen of Diamonds, the Queen of Spades, and the Queen of Hearts). Several rows of shelves piled high with artifacts and technology from offworld, many of which were seen in previous episodes. They contain all sorts of manner of strange artifacts, with anything ranging from simple magical tools for uncovering more knowledge to objects of tremendous power and hazard.
Unfortunately, it is only possible to get info on government relationships with aliens there.
The endgame of the Actually Ed the Undying challenge path has you raiding the Council of Loathing's secret warehouse for the Holy MacGuffin, and finding a bunch of other Macguffins and plot coupons in the process, including the Ark of the Covenant, a platinum casino chip, and Marvin Acme's will. It lists a large number of magical, high tech and just plain weird items that are stored in a secret government facility.
The warehouses containing the most dangerous items each have a nuclear warhead which is set to go off if too many of them escape at once. Both of them end with James Woods being trapped in a crate and placed among many identical ones, a a shout out to the Indiana Jones example above. The Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum alone had such a problem that they built a Annex Museum and so much interesting stuff is still behind closed doors that they are now working to build a whole new wing onto that Annex which will allow people to actually look at the stuff that is being restored. If you dug into the CIA's secret files and warehouses, most things you would see would only really make sense to other people who work in intelligence and not the common man, who would typically scratch his head at some things. It's used to store data that pass through nodes (satellites, etc) compromised by one or more secret intelligence agencies of USA. It is located in an abandoned mine 230 feet below ground, and in there 600 people process and store every federal employee retirement file, by hand. Often traveling the world, not only must Doc, Drew and Zak Saturday deal with the problems caused by various cryptids, but they must also deal with the threat of V.V. Each island is covered with DVS bases where our intrepid agent faces villainous guards and reckless robots alike, along with an assortment of traps, while trying to find and destroy the radar on the level and then blow up the elevator door to escape.
She moves in with her grandmother, and soon comes to the attention of five of her new classmates. If it's big enough - say, a country or more - then you have yourself an Empire with a Dark Secret. The class decides to counter this curse by choosing to ignore one student for the whole school year. We later learn that the island it's on is sinking, not helped by a Giant Wall of Watery Doom that hits once a year.
She later learns that every villager was actually already dead, meaning she was the only living person in the whole village.
The milk from these cows affected a small dairy town named King's Crossing, causing the inhabitants to develop shapeshifting powers and become paranoid and insular.
This however was in exchange for a child from each of the founding families over the next three generations.


As it turns out, the ponies in that town think Cutie Marks are a curse rather than a representation of whatever's unique about the pony they belong to, and kill anypony who finds their special talent.
They are also a an enigmatic clan of Kishin cultists who wait Asura's return and gather souls for him. However, their dark secret is that, in order to stay in the older kids' playroom, the ruling toys regularly sacrifice new toys to the toddler's playroom, where too-young children bash and beat toys until they are destroyed and thrown out. Soon after Pearl Harbor went down, Smith got drunk with a handful of others, harassed Komoko, burned his farmstead down and shot him.
They're not bad people in any sense, more like reluctant guardians of an evil secret the world is better not knowing. A secondary purpose of the Secret Government Warehouse plot device is to satirize the ineptitude of governments, the premise being that if a government found itself in possession of an extraordinary object or person, it would simply catalog it and lose it in a vast filing system.
The example is both subverted and played straight: the government IS hiding these tools from the general populace, because the cities are all supposed to be at peace and war is unheard of, and subverted because the two main characters are themselves special government agents (and arguably living weapons) that the general populace is unaware of. This works extremely well until somebody notices, for instance, the unique-but-impractical projectile weapon held as a curiosity in the Assassins' Guild Museum. After his death, the artifacts were moved to Egypt into the newly-built Warehouse 2, where the Regents (ruling body of the Warehouse) were established. Dozens of similar vaults are seen, each presumably housing samples of a different biological weapon that the public doesn't know about.
It's such a massive net that it basically knows everything of you that can be digitally recorded (including your activities in This Very Wiki). There have been multiple attempts and hundreds of million dollars spent trying to digitize, but decades of laws working at sometimes contradictory purposes mean that no computer program can sort out the human logic.
Almost Kiss: Esposito and Hastings almost kiss when they part at the train station, but Esposito hesitates, and they only touch faces.
Oh, and also, Doflamingo is only in charge because he framed the last ruling family and won the public's heart with Engineered Heroics.
Oh, and the president of said ship-builders holds the blueprints for a world-destroying battleship, currently being set up for an assassination from the Government. The Fantastic Four, via a girl Johnny Storm was dating, ended up investigating the town and neutralizing the threat. Poor Applebloom ends up fleeing a cursed village while its undead inhabitants chase her down.
Whether this implies Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong or simple Body Horror is up to the viewer to decide. The subsequent Warehouses were located, in order, in the Western Roman Empire, the Hunnic Empire, the Byzantine Empire, the Khmer Empire, the Mongol Empire, the Holy Roman Empire, the Ottoman Empire, the Mughal Empire, the Russian Empire, the British Empire, and finally the United States. Now you too can be covertly poisoned by secret agents, a honor that used to be restricted for troublesome foreign leaders.
Under the guise of his popular series WeirdWorld, Argost wishes to use the power of Kur to lead a large cryptid army to Take Over the World. Aren't You Going to Ravish Me?: Irene is very much in love with Benjamin, but his obsession with the case has always kept them apart. And with Cassie in town, they now have a full "circle" of six members, meaning their powers have increased dramatically. But, by the arc's end, one of those problems has been resolved, and the other is in the process of being resolved. Think Jonny Quest crossed with The Herculoids.An under-appreciated animated series, The Secret Saturdays quickly became the Network Red Headed Stepchild in a matter of months. Cassie must decide for herself whether to accept what it appears destiny has in store for her. It wrapped up its second and final season on Cartoon Network, then showed up on Boomerang at the end of 2011, pretty much putting the lid on whether the show was going to be continued. Her attempts to adjust to the new town are crushed when five of her classmates, Adam Conant (Thomas Dekker), Diana Meade (Shelley Hennig), Faye Chamberlain (Phoebe Tonkin), Melissa Glaser (Jessica Parker Kennedy), and Nick Armstrong (Louis Hunter), reveal to Cassie that she comes from a long line of witches and is the final member of their coven; with her they are able to unlock the full extent of their powers. Absurdly Spacious Sewer: Present in "Kur Part 2", when the Nagas attack New York through the sewers. Initially Cassie refuses to believe that she is a witch, even after Adam helps her to unlock her powers. His female partner appears on the backglass and playfield, wearing a full-length gold dress while firing a gun at some spies. It is only after she discovers an old leather-bound book of spells left to her by her late mother, Amelia, that Cassie begins to accept her power. She is frustrated when a plan relies upon her being shot down, as she has a reputation to uphold. The correct term to describe the scene and her body, short of "dismembered", would be destroyed.
As Cassie begins her junior year in high school, she comes into contact with a group of unlikely friends.
Adult Fear: Your life-long family friends turn on you when they find out your child has been born different from others, and now are actively trying to hurt him out of misunderstanding and fear.
Blood Knight: He may not look the part, but Pablo makes it clear that bar brawls are a passion of his. The students (who all seem to be excessively popular and privileged) dabble in occult practices, and when they realize that Cassie has the powers of a blood witch, they talk her into joining their coven.
Conspicuous Trenchcoat: The back of the playfield has a road sign that reads "Eat At Joe's", with "Joe" wearing a trenchcoat, fedora, and dark glasses. Affectionate Gesture to the Head: Zak is the frequent victim of hair-tousling by Doyle and others. After Cassie reluctantly agrees to accompany her friends in their group, they soon realize that with a twelfth witch in the coven they are able to cast spells more powerful than they could before. Cool Car: Apparently, all Secret Service agents are issued inconspicuous cherry-red Ferraris. The two proceed to torture the surviving evil lab technician the same way to find out where the Big Bad fled.
Agony of the Feet: Zak, being a precocious kid star, gets to whack the villain in the shin with his weapon, and the villain hops around muttering. Benjamin has to scamper away to Jujuy under the threats of Gomez and remains a quarter of a century away from Buenos Aires thinking that Gomez is still at large, only to find out that Ricardo kidnapped and imprisoned him not shortly after Benjamin's flight.
The novel ends with Cassie discovering that she is a "blood witch"; a person who is naturally born with magical powers.
Unencumbered from the fear for his life, Benjamin is finally able to pursue a relationship with Irene.
He's also quite big, but that part isn't unusual for an adult Komodo monitor lizard; 8 feet and 200 pounds are considered "average".
Overwhelmed with the ritual to become part of the circle, Adam walks Cassie to her house and comforts her. All There in the Manual: Jay Stephens hangs around the Cartoon Network forms in Toonzone answering fans' questions as well as giving insights into the show.
She's an Argentinian through and through, but she's very high in the social strata (specially compared to Benjamin). They were being watched by Faye, who later blackmails Cassie to get what she wants: the skull, and the leadership of the coven. Home Base: The Soviets' secret hideout, with a roof adorned with barbed wire, satellite and radio equipment, and a large red flag with a yellow star. Obeying Faye's first orders as the leader, they unleash Black John souls and he resurrects. Indecisive Parody: Half the game plays the Spy Fiction genre straight, with attacks on Air Force One and a James Bond-wannabe. Irene is constantly pining for Benjamin, but the guy never takes a step forward; she scampers him out of Buenos Aires when his life is in danger, but he never once considers taking her with him, and he constantly brings up the case in spite of it basically destroying their sense of security, haunting them for the remainder of their lives up to that point. They do one hit point of damage, which makes no difference because you'll land in the water a split second later and die. Gomez thinks he is above the law when Irene and Benjamin are unable to prosecute him due to him being part of the Secret Police, but he's certainly not impervious to an irate mourning husband that kidnaps him and keeps him prisoner for the rest of his life Pablo's alcoholism eventually gets the better of him, and a final drunk escapade is what finally brings him to Benjamin's apartment, where he found his death at the hands of the Secret Police Conveniently an Orphan: Subverted. Later, a dangerous and mysterious force known as ?The Darkness? begins to terrorize the citizens of New Salem.
Benjamin was a ward of the state, a fact that is used to belittle him and his pretensions towards his position and Irene in particular.
It is later discovered that ?The Darkness? was being controlled by an evil and powerful witch named Black John.
Old-School Dogfight: The playfield shows three Soviet MIGs shooting at three American fighter jets escorting Air Force One.
Missing Steps Plan: Synchron will make people go batshit crazy - and from there, the villains will rule the world, somehow. Black John was a former member of the Circle many centuries ago, until he began to dabble in black magic, and was killed by the members of his own coven. Yearning to avenge his death, Black John continues to torment the city by unleashing a series of demons upon the town. However, as Cassie and Diana scramble to warn the others that they are in danger, a group of witch hunters attempt to abduct the children and rid the town of them.
Left the Background Music On: The seductive jazz number playing when Super Dragon and Rembrandt 13 are about to kiss comes to a sudden, distorted halt as the power goes off in their hotel room. Could also apply with Zak Monday, who is the Anti-Kur and thus should be good but uses his powers for evil. Later, as Black John continues to wreak havoc among New Salem, Cassie is faced with the decision of which side of the Circle she will stand on. Since Zak Monday is Zak Saturday's Mirror Universe counterpart, wouldn't that make him more of an Anti Anti Anti Christ? Arbitrary Skepticism: In "Paris is Melting," the assembled Secret Scientists and Grey Men express disbelief that a Mirror Universe and Evil Counterparts could possibly exist - despite all the other fantastic things encountered and experienced. Plus, the previous agent is described as having driven off a canyon road; there are no canyons anywhere near Fremont.
Doc and Drew know better from experience, but Doyle (who wasn't around for "Black Monday") not only doesn't question the possibility but finds the persistent disbelief ridiculous. 10-Minute Retirement: Super Dragon, aka Brian Cooper, has retired happily at the beginning of the movie.
Morales manages himself to kidnap and lock Gomez up for twenty-five years, not even speaking to him and evidently making him Go Mad from the Isolation.
But between the secret coven of witches she belongs to and the extraordinary power she holds within her, Cassie is leading a far from ordinary life. Argost has assimilated the Kur powers from Zak's Evil Twin from an anti-matter Mirror Universe, and then does the same to Zak himself to become even more powerful. Good Old Ways: Esposito prefers to use a typewriter (and even manually) as opposed to a word processor.
But what Argost didn't realize (but Zak did) was what happens when matter and anti-matter combine, and Argost obliterates himself instead.
Insane Forgiveness: Irene never stopped loving Benjamin, even when he left her behind to flee Gomez. When he finally comes to his senses (25 years later!!!) she's giddy and says yes to them being together without a second thought.
For Cassie and her Circle of witches, it's hard to imagine life in New Salem getting any worse.
A band of powerful witch hunters is targeting the group, determined to destroy them one by one. And Cassie's half sister, Scarlett, won't rest until she has a spot in the Circle?even if she has to kill Cassie to get it.The Circle's only hope against their enemies is Cassie's father's Book of Shadows?an ancient guide to the world of dark magic. Parental Obliviousness: The team is the entire family so they're pretty much aware of Zak and his high-spirited hijinks. Back from the Dead The aforementioned crossover with Ben 10: Omniverse sees Argost revived by Dr. Cassie's drawn in by the book's sinister spell, and it starts controlling her emotions and impulses, unraveling her relationship with Adam as it takes over her life. We saw some with how Drew grew up to be an Action Girl, and how her Long-Lost Relative became long lost. Mood Whiplash: Benjamin is engaging in some amusing banter before walking into the murder scene, with no transitionary shot. Cassie hasn?t felt this alone since she moved to New Salem and joined the Circle ? the closest thing to a family she?s ever known. Badass Adorable: Zak - tiny and cute with that star shaped mop of hair, but he gets badass right as the first season comes to a close.
My Greatest Failure: Benjamin has spent 25 years remorseful of not catching Gomez; however, he realizes that Morales has exacted a brutal retribution from Gomez, making him nope!
But now that the Circle has been possessed by powerful evil spirits, Cassie is left with no choice but to turn to her dark side to rescue them. Fiskerton - fluffy and cuddly and comical, but do not get between him and the family unless you want a world of hurt. As she struggles to get through to her friends, and her soul mate, Adam, she finds an unexpected ally?one who will tempt her more than ever before. Not So Above It All: From the letters they stole from Gomez' home, Pablo is able to deduce that even when he's very good at covering his tracks, Gomez cannot deny being a fan of CA Racing de Avellaneda, a fact that practically bleeds through his writing. With her enemies quickly closing in, Cassie fights to keep her heart true and her soul pure. Bad Future: In "The Return of Tsul 'Kalu", Tsun 'Kalu gives Zak visions of a future where he has completely embraced his Kur nature and uses his control of cryptids to wipe out humanity.
Pablo and Benjamin even attend four games (which could be between 2 weeks or 1 month of stakeout) before they're able to find Gomez. But she knows better than anyone that all magic comes at a price, especially when Black John?s Book of Shadows is involved. Gomez plays the innocent part to perfection until Irene starts emasculating him in order to provoke him; she touches a nerve, sending him off the rails.
He's certainly trying to make his powers a force for good, despite the entire cryptid world being scared to death of him.
During her residence in New Salem, Cassie befriends the kind and warm hearted Diana, who welcomes Cassie into her ?clique.? Throughout the series, Cassie discovers her family?s lineage of magic and the darkness that threatens both her and her coven.
Unlike the rest of her coven she has true dreams which allow her to see past and future events.
The Saturdays find out too late that the building holding the ring was actually Kur's tomb, & Argost started these fights knowing that they would come and rescue all of the cryptids, including the guardian beast preventing him from venturing deeper into the tomb. The Oner: A truly impressive one that starts high in the air, shot from a helicopter approaching a soccer stadium where a game is being played, pans over the players and zooms in on the crowd where Esposito and Sandoval are trying to find the suspect which they do right as a goal is converted and the crowd goes mad, causing them to lose him which in turns gives place to a chase scene through the inside of the stadium, up and down several levels of passages and staircases, inside a bathroom and back out, and eventually back out onto the playing field, where the suspect is finally captured. Battle in the Rain: As seen in "The Return of Tsun 'Kalu", the showdown between Doc and Tsun 'Kalu that cost Doc his eye took place atop the Saturdays' Cool Airship during a downpour. Her father, Black John, planned for her to be the leader of the circle, but she turned on him and was able to kill him with the help of the circle.
Beastly Bloodsports: The Saturdays break up an underground cryptid fighting ring in "Cryptid vs. Open Secret: Irene is very, very obviously in love with Benjamin, but he has always considered himself too lowly for her. He and Cassie met briefly before she came to New Salem when she helped him escape witch hunters, but he never gave her his name. Irene is too socially affluent for the Secret Police to make her disappear without raising hell, so she assures Benjamin that she is safe from Romano and Gomez; she later admonishes Benjamin for not reading into her situation and fleeing without her, arguing that her life was in threat too regardless (though she has long forgiven him for the slight). He and Diana were involved, having had feelings for each other since childhood, but Adam falls for Cassie without meaning to betray Diana, and at the end of the third book Diana gives her blessing for them to be together.
Police State: The story takes place in 1970's Argentina, which was under a military dictatorship. He has a dog named Raj and is skilled in nature magic; he is many times compared with nature gods. Throughout the series, Diana becomes jealous of Adam?s attraction toward Cassie, and also the extent of Cassie?s powers, but eventually gives them her blessing.
1974-1983) in which the dictatorship financed anti-communist groups to execute dissidents and carry out terrorists acts with carte-blanche regardless of connections with communism.
Traditionally beautiful and incredibly patient, she is a natural leader of the circle but is many times challenged by her responsibilities. Benjamin finds out that Gomez is part of one of these groups, making Gomez legally untouchable and turning Benjamin into a target. Big Applesauce: The nagas attack Manhattan when the Saturdays are expecting them to attack Hong Kong instead. Big "NO!": By the entire family, but especially Doc after he sees his family being supposedly killed by Munya's traps. One of the points made is that CA Racing had been champions of Argentina in 1966 and had a 9 year drought when the story takes place. After the arrival of Cassie Blake, Faye is hateful toward Cassie, as she sadistically uses magic to cause Cassie harm. It would be Harsher in Hindsight for Gomez to know that Racing wouldn't be champions of Argentina until 2001. Throughout the series, Faye is the best friend of Deborah and Suzan and they are considered the meanest girls in New England. She allies herself with Black John and falls in love with him before she realizes that he is just using her and turns against him with the circle. Rape as Drama: Starts off the film, and haunts the victim's husband and the investigator for years. After the arrival of Cassie Blake, Nick instantly becomes attracted to her, which sparks a rivalry between him and Adam. Benjamin taking Pablo to his house when he's piss drunk only to be rebuked by Pablo's wife; she even blames Benjamin at one point. After the arrival of Cassie Blake, both Christopher and Douglas agree to help Faye taunt Cassie, in exchange for Faye convincing her friends, Deborah and Suzan, to go out with them. Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Benjamin finally finds out that Ricardo has kept Gomez imprisoned in his ranch for 25 years and realizes what that amount of time can do to a man who hasn't found solace. Throughout the series, Cassie discovers that Christopher and Douglas also had a sister, whom had mysteriously died on the night of her fifteenth birthday, shortly after Cassie arrived in New Salem. He realizes that he loves Irene and goes to tell her so; she reciprocates and they finally move on. They were both devastated by her death and tried many times to convince the circle to take action against the outsiders who they suspected to be involved.
Eventually it was revealed that their sister was killed by Sean under Black John's influenced and they were able to forgive him. After the arrival of Cassie Blake, Deborah is initially hateful toward Cassie, however she later becomes an unsuspected ally of Cassie, after the discovery of Cassie?s exceedingly powerful magic. Undying Loyalty: Ricardo to his late wife - poignantly enough to motivate Benjamin to take on this seemingly impossible case.


Despite her attitude, she respects those who stand up to her and likes Cassie because she has a hidden strength. After the arrival of Cassie Blake, Laurel initially finds Cassie unappealing, however she later becomes a good friend of Cassie, and helps her to control her powers. Benjamin speculates that Gomez stopped pursuing him and Irene because he assumes that Pablo impersonated him when Gomez sent some cronies to assassinate Benjamin at his apartment and was killed as a result; Gomez actually stopped pursuing Benjamin and Irene because Ricardo kidnapped him shortly after Benjamin's flight and has kept him behind bars for 25 years. Throughout the series, Laurel is commonly noted for her proficiency of brewing magical potions, and casting spells to heal her alcoholic step-father.
Vigilante Man: Ricardo tries to do this by calling a suspect's mother, which ends up causing the suspect to flee.
Later, once the killer is caught and subsequently released, he tries a much more direct approach, successfully.
She has a lot of knowledge on crystals, which is vital for the final battle with Black John.
What the Hell, Hero?: Irene saves Benjamin by storming him to Jujuy (northern Argentina) and assures him that her father will keep her safe. She later tells him that in hindsight, Benjamin should have told her to go with him right then and there not only because she loves him, but also because she's a target too. After the arrival of Cassie Blake, Sean is initially weary of Cassie, and finds her to be an ?unnatural witch?.
Throughout the series, Sean has a very distant relationship with everyone except Faye, for whom he has an undying respect.
It's later revealed that Black John possessed him to commit several murders but the circle was able to heal him from the curse. After the arrival of Cassie Blake, due to Suzan's friendship with Faye, Suzan is initially cautious of Cassie, however later becomes a good friend of Cassie's.
Throughout the series, Suzan also becomes a good friend with Diana, despite Faye?s disapproval.
She comes to New Salem to kill Cassie to gain a spot on the circle, become it's leader as she was "meant to". In consequence of her mother's use of dark magic, she couldn't stay in New Salem, and was later killed by witch hunters. She is the daughter of Amelia Blake and John Blackwell, best friend and older paternal half-sister of Diana Meade, ex-girlfriend and best friend of Adam Conant and also a member of the Chance Harbor Circle. Cassie was a happy, normal teenage girl until her mother Amelia died in what appeared to be a tragic accidental fire but not such as an accident. Orphaned and deeply saddened, Cassie moved in with her warm and loving grandmother Jane in the beautiful small town of Chance Harbor, Washington - the town her mother left so many years before - where the residents seems to know more about Cassie than she does about herself.
As Cassie gets to know her high school classmates, including sweet-natured Diana, her handsome boyfriend Adam, brooding loner Nick, mean-girl Faye and her sidekick Melissa, strange and frightening things begin to happen. When her new friends explain that they are all descended from powerful witches, and they've been waiting for Cassie to join them and complete a new generation of the Secret Circle, Cassie refuses to believe them - until Adam shows her how to unlock her incredible magical powers. But it's not until Cassie discovers a message from her mother in an old leather-bound book of spells hidden in her mother's childhood bedroom, that she understands her true and dangerous destiny.
What Cassie and the others don't yet know is that darker powers are at play, powers that might be linked to the adults in the town, including Diana's father and Faye's mother - and that Cassie's mother's death might not have been an accident.
But the more time passes by, the more Cassie gets confident of herself and develops her incredible potential. Shortly before Cassie's birth John betrayed Amelia by having an affair with Elizabeth Meade which resulted in Diana Meade being born less than a month later.
Sara Armstrong stated in the Witness flashback that Amelia would never forgive John for what he did to her and she said that Amelia helped Ethan in his plot to killed John which backfired.
Later consumed by guilt and stripped of her magic, she later abandoned what was left her coven by moving to Los Angeles with Cassie. Amelia had to keep witchcraft and Cassie's magic legacy along with the truth about her father a secret from her daughter prior to her death in Pilot. Despite Cassie's independent and strong-willed persona, she is a very kind and loving young woman who cares deeply about her family and friends.
First her mother died and the loss, along with the realization she will have to start doing things on her own, mae her tougher. Then her grandmother died and she channeled all the anger she felt against the witch hunters.After the horrific death of her mother, Cassie travels to the picturesque town of Chance Harbor to live with her warm and loving grandmother Jane Blake.
As Cassie begins her first day at her new high school, she comes to know the gentle and kind Diana Meade who invites Cassie to join her and her friends at the Boathouse Bar and Grill. Later, while awaiting for Diana at the Boathouse, Cassie is introduced to Faye Chamberlain and her best friend Melissa Glaser Becoming annoyed by Faye, and impatient with Diana, Cassie decides to leave until her car inexplicably catches fire. After being rescued by the good-looking Adam Conant, Cassie instantly becomes attracted to the young-man.
However, as Cassie struggles to adjust in her new hometown, Diana persuades Cassie to accompanying her to an old abandoned house.
Once there, Adam, Diana, Faye, Melissa, and Nick all convince Cassie that they are descended from a long and powerful line of witches, and they've been waiting for her to join them and complete a new generation of the Secret Circle. Refusing to believe them, Cassie runs away, until later when Adam shows her how to harness her magical powers.After witnessing the efficiency of their power, Adam and Cassie fall into a trance where they nearly kiss. Later that night, Cassie pays a visit to Adam's father, Ethan Conant, who explains that she and Adam are destined to be together After leaving the Boathouse, Cassie meets up with Diana who tries to explain the history of their magic, and the importance of staying together.
Despite her effort to counteract the spell, Cassie is the only witch strong enough to reverse the damage and to stop the storm.
Later that night, after Cassie returns home she discovers a hidden passage in the wall of Amelia's childhood bedroom. There she discovers an old leather-bound book of spells with message from her mother that explains Cassie's dangerous destiny and the darkness of her past. The following morning, in an effort to distance herself from the Circle and establish a normal teenage life in Chance Harbor, Cassie befriends Sally Matthews, a non-witch Concerned their powers are getting out of control, Diana pushes everyone to bind the Circle, but Faye is thrilled with the increase in her powers and refuses to participate, while Melissa flirts with Nick despite Faye's warnings.
Meanwhile, Adam fights his growing feelings for Cassie, but circumstances continue to throw them together, forcing Cassie to make a decision. Later, the annual Chance Harbor Celebration Festival, Sally is fatally harmed when Faye Chamberlain accidentally pushed her over a balcony. However after Dawn Chamberlain uses a crystal to magically heal Sally, who had little to no memory of what happened After realizing the dangers of their magic, the Circle finally comes to terms with binding their powers. The next day, a cute jock named Luke asks Cassie to the school dance, and after watching Adam spend time with Diana at the Boathouse, she accepts his offer. Meanwhile, Melissa sees the dance as an opportunity to get closer to Nick Faye, on the other hand, has no plans to go and remains focused on finding a way to control her powers. Feeling guilty that her mother and her Circle may have had something to do with Heather's current state, Cassie tells Diana that she wants to use magic to help Heather. However, after Diana refuses to help, Cassie reluctantly turns to Faye, who is more than happy to conjure up a spell ? for a price After Cassie and Faye unknowingly release a demon from its prison, as Faye skims through Cassie's Book of Shadows, the girls are later attacked by Abaddon, who wishes to kill the Circle and steal their powers. However, after the untimely death of Heather Barnes, the demon exits her body and later enters within Melissa.
The following day, torn between her loyalties to the Circle and her family, Cassie wrestles with the secrets she must keep from her grandmother.
Nick is thrown for a loop when Melissa adopts a new attitude and enlists his help to track down her family's Book of Shadows Faye is also recruited but isn't happy about being the third wheel. Meanwhile, Diana is craving some alone time with Adam and arranges a date night so they can rekindle the spark in their relationship, but all six of them are brought together to fight off a dark force that threatens to destroy the Circle from within. Completely unaware of the new danger encroaching on their children, Dawn joins Charles aboard his boat to further their plans for the Circle, but is surprised to find that Charles may have more than business on his mind. After countless battles between the Circle and "Melissa", Cassie finally turns to her grandmother for help However after the demon takes Nick to be his next host, the demon is later killed by Charles Meade. Following the death of Nick, when his older brother Jake returns to Chance Harbor, he learns a lot has changed since his last visit. For one, the girl he left behind, Faye has discovered she's a witch and has plans to get even with the handsome guy who broke her heart. To complicate things further, he sets his sights on the alluring Cassie, much to Adam and Faye's dismay.
However Cassie is attacked by a witch hunter named Simone, the Circle must come together to fight off yet another enemy who threatens the coven. Deciding the Circle needs to have a little fun, Faye convinces Cassie to throw a Halloween party.
With the help of Jake, a group of witch hunters are successfully able to kidnap Cassie an her friends. However the hunters find killing the witches easier said than done, especially with Cassie?s powers growing stronger by the day. One week has pasted since the Circle's encounter with the witch hunters, and with Melissa away visiting relatives the Circle isn't as strong. Meanwhile, after not hearing from her grandmother for a couple of days, Cassie becomes concerned and wants to go look for her. A storm turns the day trip into an overnight excursion, so Faye suggests a little game of Truth or Dare to liven up the evening. However, things take a horrible turn when Faye is forced to reckon with someone from her past.
As Cassie helps Faye deal with demons of her past, she makes a horrifying discovery when she magically unearths the murdered body of Henry Chamberlain, Faye?s beloved grandfather.
As Cassie becomes more and more curious of ancestry, she and Jake begin to look into her father's side of the family, hoping to discover more about her lineage and why she has powers separate from the Circle. Meanwhile, Adam becomes protective of Cassie when Faye reveals that Jake might be hiding something dangerous from them. At the same time, Adam's equally concerned when Melissa's cousin Holden comes to town and catches Diana's eye. Later, the Circle is attacked by yet another attempt from the witch hunters to kill the Circle. However, after the discovery of Jake's affiliation with the hunters, the Circle begins to doubt the trust of their friendship.Cassie turns to Adam when she uncovers a secret about herself that she needs kept from the rest of the Circle, including Diana. Meanwhile, Diana is thrilled when her grandmother Kate drops in for a visit, but Charles is suspicious of his mother's motives after Kate takes an unusual interest in Cassie. Meanwhile, Faye recruits a mysterious stranger named Lee to help her with a spell that could change the balance of the Circle forever. After Cassie asks Adam for help when she wants to look into her father's past, and their search leads them to an eerily familiar place. It also rekindles an old flame when Adam, thrilled to be spending time with Cassie again, asks her to the Fire and Ice dance. In an effort to be a better father, Ethan offers to chaperone the dance, much to Adam's dismay. After Jake returns to Chance Harbor to warn Cassie that unless they find out how her father was killed in the boat fire sixteen years ago, she'll meet with the same tragic death.
However, after Jake suggests an extremely dangerous method to finally uncover what happened on that fateful day, Adam and Diana suspect he may have an ulterior motive. In an effort to usurp the other, both Charles and Dawn try to get Ethan on board as an ally. Faye gets trapped in a dangerous situation when one of Lee's friends, Callum stops by the shop. After receiving a frightening warning about the witch hunters' return, Cassie enlists the Circle's help. At the same time, her true feelings for Adam and Jake surface during a birthday party that Ethan decides to throw with the help of Diana. Meanwhile, Faye and Melissa take their inner power to a chilling new level when they try a little of Lee's "Devil's Spirit." In honor of the holiday, Faye and Melissa throw a girls only anti-Valentine's Day slumber party for themselves and fellow witches Diana and Cassie. But the night gets wilder than expected when Melissa offers Diana some mood altering "Devil's Spirit" and the first person Diana loosens up around is Lee, who crashes the party to help Faye achieve her own power.
Meanwhile, Cassie is forced to turn to Adam and Jake after she becomes haunted by the spirits of some vengeful witches. However, her surprise quickly turns to suspicion when he asks her to return the medallion she found in the wreckage of the fire that killed their parents. Jake offers to trade himself for Cassie's freedom and when Adam realizes they're in trouble he calls the Circle. Meanwhile, Faye and Diana are concerned when Melissa starts spending more time with Callum. After confiding in Adam, he tells her he knows Blackwell was looking for a device to drain witches' powers and clearly back to his old ways. Faye shows up at Lee's house to invite him to the school fundraiser, but is taken aback when Eva greets her at the door claiming to be Lee's girlfriend.
Meanwhile, Melissa encourages Diana to date a normal guy and points her in the direction of a new, handsome guy in town.
He suggests they go visit her grandmother, Jane to find out if there is a spell to reverse it. Meanwhile, Eva starts stalking Faye and Charles makes his next move against Blackwell.Jake gets a surprise visit from an old acquaintance named Samuel, a witch hunter, who has a message for Blackwell about Eben's surprising next move. Cassie intervenes, forces Samuel to reveal his news and is stunned to find out what Eben is trying to resurrect.
Meanwhile, Diana is frustrated that keeping the secrets of who they are is building a barrier between her and Grant.
Faye and Melissa agree to help out Adam at the Boathouse and in return get him to help them use their magic to enhance their love life. In Crystal, Cassie finds out that Diana was her half sister because Royce, Jake's grandfather, said that his Crystal was hidden in a mine and he spelled it so that no Witch with Dark Magic can acess it. When Cassie and Jake got to the mine to rescue Adam and Melissa, Cassie started choking and couldn't go in, since she had Dark Magic. Later, Diana said that she couldn't help Melissa and Adam out of the mine either because she was choking as well, meaning that she has dark magic and is the other child of Blackwell in the Circle. In Traitor , Cassie realized that her grandmother (Jane Blake) is dead, so she falls into sadness and anger believing the witch hunters had killed her grandmother. Adam tried to comfort her and she accidently kissed him, resulting her to be very sorry.While Cassie confronted John that she wants to kill the witch hunters now more than ever. At the Abandoned House, Faye and Jake brought some good news that they found a crystal, but its energy was drained out, but was stolen by the traitor later in the episode. This resulted Cassie, Diana,Jake and Faye into going the most creepiest place on earth-as Faye mentioned, but before that Jake wanted to asked about the witch who was working for Eben so he arranged a meeting with Issac so they came there first.
Instead of Issac there, it was Ian who told Jake that Eben had killed Isaac because he had let the traitor escaped and informed him that he never met the traitor. Cassie then attacked Ian by sufficating him causing Diana and Jake to try and stop her, after that Ian critisized Jake and went away.When half the circle and Cassie arrived there, the creepiest place on Earth actually was an The Abandoned Carnival. As the circle went in they were seperated into two groups; Faye with Jake and Cassie with Diana even though Diana wanted to go with Faye instead because she doesn't want to talk with Cassie about her being half-sister of Cassie, but Faye said she doesn't want to go with any of the dark magic super twins with her which changed Diana's mind of going with Faye.
Cassie tried to talk with Diana that dark magic isn't that bad, but it can save people like she saved Diana during the time Luke almost killed Diana (Masked).
When both Diana and Cassie heard a noise they ran there and saw the traitor.Cassie decided to kill the traitor, but Diana insisted not to so she just knock him down. Adam Conant is a witch, son of Catherine and Ethan Conant, ex-boyfriend of both Diana Meade and Cassie Blake, who is also his best friend.
Adam found out about his magic with the help of his girlfriend Diana sometime before Cassie Blake arrived into Chance Harbor, Washington. Always feeling responsible for Cassie, his behavior raised question for Diana, and when Adam's father told her Cassie and Adam's love was meant to be, she broke up with him.
After trying to win her trust back, he became more and more confident about his relationship with Cassie and the two officially started to date, until John Blackwell, Cassie's newly returned father, told them their love was a curse more than a destiny. Adam was born on January 28, 1995 to Catherine and Ethan Conant, but only grew with his father, because his mother died in the Boatyard Fire sometime after his birth. However, he was really close to his grandfather, James Conant who used to distract him by cloaking and uncloaking objects, as well as telling him stories. During his teens, Adam began a romantic relationship with Diana Meade which grew stronger and stronger, until Diana found out they were witches that she and Adam were too, in her mother's Book of shadows. He first saw her in Chance Harbor High School's hallway, but properly met her at the Boathouse, where he works as a bus boy for his father.
A few minutes later, he saved her when her car mysteriously caught on fire and brought her back to her grandmother's house. The following day, Adam and Cassie met at the Abandoned House where Diana revealed to Cassie she was a witch too - born to be in a coven along herself, Melissa Glaser, Nick Armstrong, Faye Chamberlain and Adam.
Scared, Cassie took off and Adam followed in the woods, where he calmed her down and showed her the truth, by making the drops of water levitate. At night, he came to apologize for trying to kiss her during the afternoon and told her she was not alone. After Cassie provoked an accident in chemistry class, Adam suggested to help her control her undeniable magic.
But again, while they were practicing, their "connection" made the spell stronger and a light bulb exploded. When Diana told him she was afraid of his sudden friendship, he reassured her and kissed her. Later at night, he picked up Cassie and went to the beach and bound himself and his magic with the others, completing the Circle, after Faye almost killed Sally Matthews. A friend of Adam, Luke, asked him if he could invite Cassie to the School Dance, and to protect his relationship with Diana, Adam helped him approach Cassie. During the Dance however, Cassie soon distanced herself from Luke, and as nobody was dancing, Sally pushed Cassie to dance with Adam. After learning that something bad happened to Heather Barnes, and that it might have been Amelia Blake's fault, Adam agreed to accompany Cassie to Finn Creek in order to investigate. He and Cassie later searched for an explanation in the Blake Family's Book of Shadows that Cassie showed to him, and found out what was keeping Heather away was a suppression sigil. Diana however told Cassie it is too dangerous to undo it, and Adam learned with Diana's own Book that the sigil was used to counteract possession. Trying to warn her, it was too late however, as she had undone the spell and Heather attacked Cassie and Faye. Adam and Diana were having a romantic diner at Diana's to spend some quality time together, apart from the Circle, when Cassie texted them about troubles. They rushed to the Abandoned House to see what was happening and found out Melissa was possessed. In the end, the Circle failed to get the Demon, who had sneaked into Nick's body, out of their friend Melissa before he "supposedly" drowned himself to kill it.
His ability to charm those around him and his utter devotion towards people are other admirable traits.



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