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Vervain

Name Description
Waitress †
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Hey guys, is something wrong?
Vervain, Part One

The waitress is called over to Julian and Damon Salvatore. Julian orders a caramel macchiato. She takes his order but comments that she's never seen him around Mystic Grill before. Damon reassures her that he doesn't come here often and he's just leaving. She leaves, having taken his order but returns shortly after Julian and Damon begins an argument, potentially getting physical. She asks if there's something wrong, but Damon dismisses Julian. They're rehearsing a play and he was Peter Pan and Julian was an ugly old witch. The waitress is confused, unsure if there was a witch in Peter Pan.

Unfortunately, three days later the waitress falls victim to Julian. He attacks her and kills her, dragging her body with him to the Salvatore Boarding House. Damon doesn't do takeout, but Julian reveals that he's used her blood to enact a powerful sealing spell.

Through a Glass, Darkly

Name Description
Witch
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They asked a witch to reveal my sins.
Through a Glass, Darkly

The witch was sought out by the townswomen of Mystic Falls. An older woman, she seemingly lived alone with her cat on the outskirts of Mystic Falls in a cottage in the deep woods. They wanted Ligeia De La Poer gone by whatever foul deed it took. The townswomen asked the witch to reveal Ligeia's sins and show them plainly on her face for all to see. The witch gave them a mirror and told them to hold it before her. In its glass, her true self would be revealed. The townswomen would go on to use the witch's mirror on Ligeia, condemning her to death.

Home for the Holidays

Day of the Hunter

Mind Games

Alaric

Name Description
Paul †
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Get up, Saltzman. I need a little help from you.
Alaric

Paul and another man stay with Isobel, who's taken residence in a "For Sale" house. She's had fun for the past two days, with the two men but there's something else that she needs Paul to do for her. Paul agrees and she opens up her wrist, with her teeth, and has him drink from her vein. It may be unpleasant, but he'll thank her later. With her blood in his system, she breaks his neck. Paul falls to the floor, dead, but in transition to become a vampire.

In the woods, he and Isobel watches Alaric as he trains to fight vampires. She asks him if he's hungry. He is, he's so hungry. She explains that the man before them is Alaric, and all he needs to do is to feed and the transformation is complete. She asks if that's what he wants. For Paul, it is. Isobel unleashes him and he attacks Alaric.

Though still in transition, he has great strength and is able to throw Alaric into a nearby tree. Paul demands for Alaric to get up, that he needs a little help from him. His blood. Alaric questions if he knows him, but he doesn't. Now is the time for Paul to get acquainted with him. Instead, Alaric shoves a stake into Paul's rib-cage. It hurts him, but he removes it with ease. The stake was for starters but it wasn't enough to stop him. Alaric is also wounded and Paul can smell the blood. That alone is enough for Paul for the pain to subside. Alaric frantically searches through his bag, looking for something. He muses for Paul to sit tight and wait, but Paul doesn't comply; he needs Alaric's blood to become a vampire. Alaric tells him that he's making a huge mistake and pulls out another stake. Paul ignores the new stake and attacks again. A little pain is worth the effort. Though Paul lunges at Alaric, he dodges the attack. In return, Alaric lands the stake in Paul's upper thigh. Alaric was quicker then he thought and wonders how long he's going to draw it out. However, Paul falls back in extreme pain, more so than the previous stake. Alaric explains that unlike the last stake, the new one is doused in vervain. Though not yet a vampire and still only in transition, it has an effect on Paul. Distracted and unable to fight through the pain, this gives Alaric an opening in his favor. Unfortunately for Paul, Alaric shoots an arrow into his chest, killing him.

1969

Laces

Name Description
Annabelle †
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Come here and let me make you my pet. You can pick one of these lovelies for yourself before I put them in the Charity sale.
Laces, Part One

Annabelle was a Lady of the South whose father was, as she claimed, a blockade runner and a doctor encamped at the Military Institute in Lexington. Her father also brought her a bunch of beautiful laces from New Orleans that she shares with her friends, including Katherine. However, she retains the 'saucy' red lace for herself, in spite of Katherine wanting it. When Damon returns, she claims he has scarlet fever in a plot to obtain Confederate Army dispatches. With Damon unconscious, she claims that she'll retrieve her father, though in reality she was wanting to deliver the plans since Damon was a rebel. However, Katherine wanted the red lace for herself and attacked and killed her before she could deliver the plans.

Mary †
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You have miss Annabelle's things, and you will have no joy in them until you return them.
Laces, Part Two

Mary was a Annabelle's handmaiden, and according to Katherine, a Lady's slave. She was friends with Emily and, together, they conspired to retrieve the Confederate Army dispatches and deliver them to the Union. After Annabelle was murdered, she believed that Katherine was being haunted by her spirit and would have no joy in her miss's things until they were returned. Like her mistress, she was confronted by Katherine alone in the woods. Not wanted to hear her sass, Katherine was going to force her to talk. Emily, however, was unfortunately forced to reveal that she had seen Mary take some papers that belonged to Damon. Learning that she was around her 'sweet Damon', Katherine killed her too and tasked Emily to get rid of the body. Placing her into a grave, Emily apologies to her friend. She couldn't let Katherine force her to talk, to learn that she was a Union spy. Katherine doesn't care about the war, unlike she and Mary did. She bids her friend farewell. Mary was a valiant soldier, indeed.

Mad Maude

The Beast of Blue Mountain

The Mummy

Name Description
Teddy
Carver †
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I've never seen anything like it. A walking groaning mummy.
The Mummy, Part Two

Egypt, 1901. Teddy Carver and his wife Gemma lead an archaeology expedition. They eventually uncover the Mummy of Horemhabi and the Heart of the Nile, a legendary artifact among witches. While they excavated the mummy, Damon Salvatore was also unearthed in a severely desiccated and mummified state. He tore through the camp, killing everyone. Teddy attempted to defend his wife, attacking the "mummy" with a shovel. Seemingly dead, he wanted to examine it further, but Damon awoke and tore into his neck, killing him.

Gemma
Carver †
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Gemma Carver was a witch. And not just any witch, but the most powerful witch in England at the time.
The Mummy, Part Two

Egypt, 1901. Gemma Carver, the most powerful witch in England at the time, and her husband, Teddy search for and uncover the mummy of Horemhabi. With it, they find the Heart of the Nile, a legendary jewel among her kind. While they excavated the mummy, Damon Salvatore was also released, though he was in a severely desiccated and mummified state. He tore through the camp and killed everyone. Teddy attempted to defend his wife and attacked the "mummy" but wanted to examine it after the fact. Gemma attempted to tell him it wasn't a good idea, but Damon recovered and tore into his neck. With Teddy dead, Damon, attacked Gemma. As she lay bleeding out on the ground, she performed a spell using the jewel and cursed the mummy to come alive and attack vampires. Despite the spell, she perished as Damon fully recovered.

Mummy of Horemhabi †
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The story goes that, as soon as they opened the tomb, the mummy attacked, and killed the exhibition, then went back to sleep.
The Mummy, Part One

Egypt, 1901. Teddy and Gemma Carver unearth the mummy of Horemhabi and the Heart of the Nile fixed to the sarcophagus. However, Damon was also unearthed and severely desiccated, mummified in appearance, and attacked the two archaeologists. Gemma, the most powerful witch in England at the time, with her dying breath cast a powerful curse using the Heart of the Nile on the mummy - to come to life in the presence of and then attack vampires.

Mystic Falls, 2009. Horemhabi's Tomb exhibit is in its final days at the museum and students from Mystic Falls High are paired up with younger students to get to spend the night in the museum. Stefan unfortunately, got too close to the mummy, and as Gemma's curse decreed, he came to life and grabbed Billy, a younger student. Stefan, however, rescued the boy and attempted to break the mummy's neck, believing it was a desiccated vampire. The attack proved futile and began to overpower Stefan. With the children safe, Bonnie stepped in, telling Stefan to duck. Using her magic, she set the mummy on fire and destroyed the spell along with the mummy.

Grunge

Party Tricks

Burning Love

New in Town

War Effort

Frat Pack

Loyal Dogs

Name Description
Empress Alexandra Romanov †
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Don't fear, my love. The Tsar's blood is eternal.
Loyal Dogs, Part Two

As political unrest captivates Russia, Empress Alexandra Romanov summons Rasputin to her son's bed chambers and tasked him to save her son. He is the heir to the Tsar and his very blood is poisoning him. He's failed in his task. Not only that he's failed his Empress, the future Tsar, and the whole of Russia. Rasputin asks her for patience. Overturning the laws of life and death are delicate matters not for mere mortals. He has, however, found a way to save her son from his fate. Empress Alexandra leaves Alexei's care in Rasputin's hands and, as promised, Alexei is returned to her seemingly in good health. She was overjoyed to have her son back and believed what Rasputin had done was magic. Rasputin spun his tales and rumors spread of her occult dealings. Eventually, the people rose against the royal family in a revolution. The ensuing storm devastated the family, resulting in all of their deaths except for Alexei, who had become a vampire.

Grigori Rasputin †
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You presume to fight me when you had to send your infatuation to me because you were not powerful enough to do what Rasputin can.
Loyal Dogs, Part Two

Rasputin is summoned by Empress Alexandra to save her son, Alexei. Alexei was dying - his blood poisoning him. She's furious that he's failed her, failed the future Tsar, and the whole of the Motherland herself. Rasputin expresses she must have patience. Overturning the laws of life and death are not the matters of mere mortal men, but he's found a way to spare her son.

Katherine joins Rasputin, though she's cautious. Her contact has warned of him, but this does not dissuade his actions. He questions her if she does or doesn't want to learn how to kill an Original vampire. Katherine accepts the deal though questions his own opinions for valuing the Empress' ear. The protests are growing against the royal family. Per their deal, Katherine feeds Alexei her blood. After this, Rasputin doesn't hesitate to break his neck. Now his transition into a vampire beings. Rasputin locks away Alexei in a cellar with two young women - protesters against the Romanovs. They curse Rasputin, calling him the devil and a bottom-feeder but he ignores him. He's the future of Mother Russia. Meanwhile, Alexei wakes and feeds, completing his transition.

With Alexei's recovery, Empress Alexandra is pleased and Rasputin expresses that there is no power in the world or the next greater than his loyalty. With Katherine's part of the deal fulfilled, Rasputin works to complete his. However, Katherine grows impatient. Though what she's asking is a great task indeed. She's not his sycophant and demands that he performs the spell or ritual that will end an Original. Rasputin claims that there is no spell, just the legendary Petrova doppelgänger - the witch Qetsiyah's greatest masterpiece. Using his magic, he immobilizes her with a pain infliction and lifts her into the air. Rasputin's determined to dissect her and find what secrets that lie in wait. However, Rasputin's interrupted by Katherine's loyal lover, Carissa. The two witches battle - a battle of wills and might. Rasputin attacks with fire and Carissa defends with air, the resulting magic obliterate Rasputin's castle. Rasputin, however, is victorious and mocks Carissa in her defeat. She's presumed to fight him, though she had sent Katherine to him for help when she's not powerful enough to do what he can do. He calls her a pathetic lovesick kitten, but Katherine surprises him and feeds from his neck, eventually ripping his head clean off of his shoulders.

Circus of Souls

Name Description
Ringmaster
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Tell you what, why don't you stay and watch the show in the big tent? Trust me, you won't want to miss it.
Circus of Souls, Part One

The ringmaster is confronted by Damon. He questions if Damon will stay and watch the show in the big tent. It's something he won't want to miss. Damon lunges at him, but the ringmaster incapacitates him with a pain infliciton spell. With Damon down, he has two strongmen drag him away. Later, the ringmaster has Damon locked within a vervain coated cage. He's not the main event and it's going to be the most fantastic even on Earth.

With Stefan's arrival, the big event can begin. He pits Damon against Stefan. With his attention on the big event, Caroline tackles him, knocking the pendent from his neck. He focuses his magic against her, given her an aneurysm. Bonnie attempts a spell to destroy the pendent, but she doesn't have her magic. She Grams and other witches appear before her and breaks the ringmaster's spell. He throws a torch into the tent and it catches fire and attempts to flee. However, on his way out, he's knocked by by Matt as Sheriff Forbes arrests him.

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