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"You've got to take me with you - teach me everything you know."

―Gabrielle to Xena, in "Sins of the Past"
Gabrielle
Gabrielle Norse
Gabrielle in "The Rheingold"
Portrayed By Renee O'Connor
Created By R.J. Stewart
Series Xena: Warrior Princess
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys
First Appearance "Sins of the Past" (XWP)
"Judgment Day" (HTLJ)
Last Appearance A Friend in Need II (XWP)
Armageddon Now II (HTLJ)
Profile
Gender Female
Status Alive (In the past)

Reincarnated (In the present)

Residence Potedia, Greece
Race Human (mortal)
Also Known As The Battling Bard of Potidaea, Amazon Queen, Amazon Princess, Scabrielle, The Irritating Blond, Cinda of Thrace, The Betrayer, Mattie Merrill
Relationships
Romances Xena, Joxer, Phyleus, Iolaus, Perdicus, Telus, Autolycus
Affiliations Xena, Joxer, Perdicus, Lila, Eli, Callisto, Ephiny, The Telaquire Amazons, The Northern Amazons, Velasca, Iolaus, Hope, Ares, Dahak, Krafstar, Meridian, Varia, Aphrodite, Eve
Mother Hecuba
Father Herodutus
Sister(s) Lila
Other Family Dahak ("husband"/father of hope)
Ares ("son-in-law")
Destroyer (Grandson)
Zeus ("brother-in-law")
Hera ("sister-in-law")

Sarah (Niece)
Perdicus (Husband, widowed)
Harry Covington (distant descendant)
Janice Covington (distant descendant)

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Gabrielle, the Battling Bard of Potidaea and Amazon Queen (Greek:Γαβριήλα) was one of the main characters on Xena: Warrior Princess and a recurring character on Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. She was the best friend of Xena, accompanying her on her journey to find redemption, as she chronicled the adventures that they had. Having grown up on her family's farm in the village of Potidaea, Gabrielle began travelling with the recently reformed Xena when she saved the village from the warlord Draco. She was eager to learn how to fight, as well as later gained a fighting staff when she was given the Rite of Caste from the amazon Terreis, which subsequently led to her becoming an amazon princess. When their queen, Melosa, was killed by Velasca she automatically inherited the throne, but gave it to fellow amazon Ephiny, as she chose to continue traveling with Xena.

However, when Xena's anger and dark past with Julius Caesar led her to Britannia to fight alongside Boudica, Gabrielle met Krafstar, who was discovered to belong to a sinister cult led by the demon god Dahak. She was forced to kill one of their members and then became the host for Dahak's child, which she gave birth to in a matter of days and named Hope. This child grew quickly and killed within hours of birth, growing up to kill Xena's son, Solan, but was herself later accidentally killed by her own son.

After traveling to India and discovering a peaceful way of life, she temporarily became a pacifist. However, the shamaness Alti had predicted her death at the hands of the romans and after Brutus had killed Ephiny and Gabrielle gave the throne to fellow amazon Chilapa, Caesar (with help from Callisto) caught both Xena and Gabrielle and crucified them (moments before his own death). Eli, a powerful avatar and friend of Xena and Gabrielle, managed to ressurect them, with help from a reformed Callisto. Once back on earth, Xena discovered that she was pregnant and later gave birth to a little girl, Eve. However, this child was prophesied as being "the bringer of twilight," an event that would ultimately lead to the deaths of several Olympians. This later forced both Xena and Gabrielle to fake their own deaths, as well as Eve's. They were taken away by Ares and conserved in ice for 25 years at the foot of Mount Etna, whilst Eve grew up to become a ruthless leader of the Roman Empire. The twilight took place when they were both released from their conservation and reformed Eve.

Gabrielle was the queen of three separate Amazon tribes during her time with Xena. Her own tribe, the Telaquire Amazon tribe, the Northern Amazon tribe and Marga's tribe. Each time, she passed the crown onto a worthy candidate so that she could continue travelling with Xena.

After Xena's death in Jappa, Gabrielle inherited her chakram and continued her adventure for the greater good with the accompany of Xena's soul.

She is played by Renée O'Connor.

Story Edit

First Meeting Xena Edit

When Gabrielle first meets Xena, she is a farm girl living in the village of Potidaea with her parents Herodatus and Hecuba and her sister Lila. Gabrielle insists on following an initially reluctant Xena on the road. The two women soon develop a strong bond of love and friendship. Over the six years of the series, Gabrielle evolves from a naive, idealistic teenager into a fully fledged, but deeply conflicted warrior fighting alongside Xena.

The Amazons Edit

Gabrielle becomes an Amazon when she risks her life to defend a mortally wounded Amazon Princess during an ambush. Before she dies, the Princess Terreis passes her "right of caste" to Gabrielle, so Gabrielle inherits her rank as princess of the Amazons . This makes Gabrielle the heiress presumptive to the Amazon Queen, Melosa. Melosa's adopted daughter Velasca becomes a rival for the position of Queen of the Amazons after
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Gabrielle is tempted to kill in "Dreamworker"

Melosa's death, but Velasca's schemes (which include aspirations to goddesshood) are foiled by Xena and Gabrielle. As Gabrielle wishes to travel with Xena rather than rule the Amazons, she appoints her friend Ephiny to act as Amazon Queen in her place. Gabrielle learns how to fight with a fighting staff from the Amazons. With Xena's encouragement, she develops a philosophy of fighting for the Greater Good without killing. Years later Gabrielle passes her right of caste to the baby Eve, daughter of Xena.

Marriage and WidowhoodEdit

About a year after meeting Xena, Gabrielle encounters Perdicas again and decides to marry him. The morning after their wedding, he is murdered by Xena's nemesis, Callisto. Gabrielle's grief and anger tests her ideals of reverence for life, but she nonetheless resists the impulse to kill Callisto. During this period, Gabrielle's strong commitment to peacemaking and compassion often serves as a counterbalance to Xena's warrior nature.

Hope, Chin and 'The Rift'Edit

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Gabrielle as she appeared in Season One of Xena: Warrior Princess

When helping to defend Britannia against Caesar, Gabrielle comes into contact with an evil cult that tricks her into killing one of its priestesses, Meridian. The loss of Gabrielle's "blood innocence" enables the demon god Dahak to impregnate her. After a pregnancy that lasts only a few days and she gives birth to a girl, Gabrielle believes that even though she was born evil, there is still part good in her from Gabrielle's side and that she was her hope to retain her humanity, naming her Hope. When Hope kills one of the guards, Xena becomes convinced that the baby is simply a vessel for Dahak: Xena then wants to kill Hope. Gabrielle manages to save her daughter by putting her in a basket and sending her downriver - this precipitates a major rift between Xena and Gabrielle, a story arc that spans several episodes and includes Gabrielle betraying Xena by foiling her attempt to assassinate the tyrant Ming T'ien. Gabrielle alerts Ming T'ien to the plan and unintentionally causes Xena to be imprisoned and tortured.

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Gabrielle and Hope falls into the lava pit after Gabrielle sacrificed herself to save Xena from death.

Several months later, Gabrielle finds Hope again, now looking like a nine-year-old, as well as already in the process of helping her father, Dahak, implement his plan to take over Earth. Hope allies herself with Xena's enemy, Callisto. In revenge for Xena's attempt to kill her as a baby, Hope murders Xena's son, Solan. This forces Gabrielle to accept that Hope is indeed evil. She kills her daughter by giving her poison, an act that continues to haunt Gabrielle throughout the series. She holds herself responsible for Solan's death, as well as for betraying Xena a second time, even after reconciliation with Xena is effected through their musical journey in the Land of Illusia. When she once again encounters Hope, who was saved from the funeral pyre by her father, Gabrielle sacrifices herself to save Xena by jumping into a lava pit and taking Hope with her. Gabrielle mysteriously survives the fall, as well as is later reunited with Xena. It is later revealed that Ares saved Gabrielle, with plans to use her as a bargaining chip against Xena.

Eli, 'The Ultimate Way' and Crucifixion Edit

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Gabrielle following the The Way of Love

After her first kill, as well as the traumatic events with Hope that followed it, Gabrielle temporarily embraces complete pacifism as an alternative to fighting by Xena's side. She and Xena travel barefoot on pilgrimage to India, where they encounter a series of false prophets and gurus, as well as a genuine healer and teacher, Eli. Eli claims to have found enlightenment and Gabrielle becomes interested in his philosophy of non-violence and inner peace, which he calls the Way of Love. Gabrielle attempts to follow Eli's way, as well as throws away her staff under his influence. However, when Xena is in the midst of a battle with the Romans in an effort to rescue Gabrielle, Eli, as well as a group of prisoners, Callisto uses Xena's own chakram against her and breaks her spine. Gabrielle chooses to fight to save Xena and even kills some of the soldiers herself. Before their crucifixion, Gabrielle tells Xena that she had chosen "The Way of Friendship".

After her Death Edit

After being crucified, Gabrielle and Xena ascend into Heaven, but are soon ambushed by demons. The demons are able to take Gabrielle to Hell, where she comes face to face with the demonic form of Callisto. Xena and a group of Archangels are able to rescue Gabrielle from Hell before Gabrielle can fall to the darkness. She then learns that Xena has taken Callisto's place in Hell. She eventually forgives Callisto for the murder of Perdicas and that act of forgiveness grants her the right to join
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Xena and Gabrielle perform a dance in "A Tale of Two Muses"

the Archangels in battle. During her fight with the demon-Xena, they are restored to life by Eli. At this time, Gabrielle accepts her new path as a warrior and acquires a pair of sai (a dagger-like weapon with a long blade and twin downward facing curved prongs on the handle), which she carried in her boots. Along with her staff, the sai become a signature weapon thereafter. It is around this time, after adopting the sai, that Gabrielle abandons her philosophy of not killing in battle and from this point on until the end of the series is shown killing several enemies. Xena's pregnancy, revealed shortly after the duo's return to life, further forces Gabrielle to fight and sometimes protect Xena. On two occasions, the god of war Ares, impressed by Gabrielle's new warrior skills, tries to recruit her to his side, but Gabrielle always resists.

25-Year Sleep & The Twilight of the Gods Edit

Gabrielle and Xena take a sleeping potion to fake their deaths in order to mislead the Deities into believing that Eve is also dead and no longer a threat to them. Ares mistakenly believes they are really dead and inters them in an ice cave. Around this time, Gabrielle develops a close friendship with Joxer's eldest son Virgil, who shares many of her traits as a bard and warrior. After reuniting with her older sister Lila, Gabrielle learns her parents and Lila's husband were killed while trying to bring back Lila's daughter, Sarah, who was captured by Gurkhan. Gabrielle struggles with the issue of seeking vengeance against Gurkhan, but despite this, she is able to rescue Sarah and the other girls in Gurkhan's palace. Later, Gabrielle is often troubled by her role as a warrior, particularly when she has to lead her Amazon tribe into a high-casualty battle against a superior army, led by the demigod Bellerophon who was the son of Artemis, to rescue a fellow Amazon queen and friend, Varia. Despite the success of the mission, Gabrielle tells Xena, "With each battle, I lose more of myself".

Jappa and aftermath Edit

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Gabrielle heading to Egypt with Xena's spirit

Xena's quest for redemption ended when she sacrificed her life to right the wrong she had committed many years ago in Japan. Her spirit, however, still very much appears to be with Gabrielle. According to the Darsham, Naima, this is only one of many lives Xena will live throughout the ages, but they all have one thing in common: whatever life awaits her next, it will be spent furthering the cause of good against evil. It is safely assumed Gabrielle then travels to "the land of the Pharaohs" which is in need of "a girl with chakram" with Xena's soul. This now applies to Gabrielle instead of Xena, for by the end of the last episode, Gabrielle realized she is able to use the chakram where in a symbolic gesture, she throws the chakram and catches it on its ricochet. In addition, Xena taught Gabrielle how to put and release the pinch as she knew that she will be dying. Evidently, Gabrielle also inherited Xena's signature flip (in A Friend in Need: Part 1). As conclusion, Gabrielle is presumed to be the successor of Xena (with reference to Succession).

Legacy Edit

Janice Covington, daughter of Harry Covington, was a distant descendant of Gabrielle's living in the 1940s. It's unclear if Janice was descended from Gabrielle's relatives such as Lila or Sarah or if Gabrielle had another child later in her life and is thus a direct descendant of Gabrielle's. However, Janice physically resembles Gabrielle, suggesting that she is in some way a blood relation.

Personality Edit

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Gabrielle and Ares in "The God You Know"

Gabrielle is first portrayed as a farm girl stereotype (a version of the maiden archetype) - young, naive, with an ambition to broaden her horizons yet no idea what 'real life' means. This is shown in "Dreamworker", where she desperately wants to join in a fight, despite lacking any training in combat. She picks up Xena's sword and is ready to attack, but reveals seven episodes later in "Hooves and Harlots" that she doesn't like swords. This shows that she has matured during her short time with Xena and has learned that all answers don't lie at the end of a sword.

She has been shown to be able to talk her way out of almost any situation. An example of this very early on is in "Sins of the Past" when she talks a cyclops out of eating her. This possibly stems form her skills as a bard. She has a love for a writing, penning her travels with Xena wherever they go. She applied for the Athens City Academy for the Performing Bards and was accepted, but chose not to attend, as she realizes that her heart is on the road with Xena.

She has the ability to spontaneously improvise as she has been shown in many situations to tell stories on the spot, or create a believable lie in an awkward situation. This also probably stems from her bardic skills, having a mental advantage above others in that time, who were usually lacking in the area of literacy.

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Gabrielle as a Bacchae, in "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"

One aspect that Gabrielle struggled to cope with, was her control over emotions. Whilst she had a lot of morals and a personal view on life, she hadn't dealt with emotional loss during her simple life in Potidaea. She didn't really have to deal with this until the loss of her newlywed, Perdicas. When he was killed by Callisto, she didn't want to mourn him. Instead, she wanted revenge by killing Callisto, which was very out of character for Gabrielle. We begin to see a different side of her as she matures throughout the series. She eventually sustains her control over emotions and this is shown when Joxer is killed. Eve brings his death up in conversation, implying an apology, but Gabrielle interrupts and says that he is at peace.

Gabrielle has also been shown not to bear long-term grudges. An example of this is in "Forgiven". When Tara beats her up, she says to Xena: "Why don't you use your Chakram... To slice some of her ear off". Gabrielle forgives Tara countless times throughout the episode, but Tara keeps being childish and nasty towards her. Despite what she does to her, Gabrielle forgives her. This shows the amount of maturity she has towards situations.

Gabrielle's bardic skills appear to be natural and self-taught. In the opening episode, she displays a remarkable ability to talk her way out of fearsome or difficult situations: she talks a cyclops out of eating her, as well as makes an ally of him, talks an old man into giving her a lift, talks a violent crowd out of killing Xena, as well as talks her way into joining Xena as her traveling partner.

Besides her persuasive ability, she also reads and writes - rare skills for that time, loves to tell stories and has some musical ability. As she travels with Xena, she records their adventures on a series of scrolls, with an eye for flair and drama. Occasionally her tendency to exaggerate and glamorize the facts gets her into trouble, She is also shown telling stories for money in an inn. In other episodes, she wins a place in the Athens City Academy for the Performing Bards.

Another unique ability is briefly mentioned in the first episode - the gift of prophecy. This ability is left largely unexploited in the series, although in "One Against an Army", Gabrielle dreams that Xena is killed by a soldier who enters through the roof with a double-edged sword and warns her about this. When the battle between Xena and the Persians commences, she is aware of the soldier and stops him.

Appearance In Costume Edit

"Sins of the Past" to "Hooves and Harlots" Edit

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Gabrielle in the costume first introduced in "The Black Wolf". This costume is just an alteration of the previous one.

Gabrielle's first costume is a tatty villagers costume. It consists of a blue cardigan with a light blue shirt underneath (although, the blue cardigan is sometimes not worn) and a long brown skirt which drags on the ground. Gabrielle's hair is always tied back when wearing this.

Note: In "Death in Chains", she wears the Amazonian gear she receives in the next episode, "Hooves and Harlots". This is because "Hooves and Harlots" was supposed to air first.

"The Black Wolf" to "Is There a Doctor in the House?" Edit

The costume that Gabrielle wore for the last half of Season One is more of an alternate version of the Amazonian garments she receives in "Hooves and Harlots". She wears a skirt that is almost identical to the one with the first costume, apart form a slight color change. On her upper torso, she wears a mainly red 'sports size' shirt with a blue and black trim. This costume seems to give Gabrielle more flexibility and allows for more movement, possibly to coincide with gaining a weapon and being able to initiate into battle. Gabrielle's hair is still tied back the same way as before, but changes colour between blonde and a brunette-red tone in the later episodes.

"Orphan of War" to "Been There, Done That" Edit

This costume is known as the "Billous Green Sports Bra", or the "BGSB" for short. It is mainly green in color and has diamond shaped patters woven into the cotton. Again, she has a brown mini skirt, but less tatty and with a patterned belt around the top. Her hair is left loose for the majority of the season, but is tied back similar to the previous costumes for the first few episodes.

"The Dirty Half Dozen" to "Devi" Edit

" It's very strange. In every story you tell me, this thing I'm wearing gets smaller. Is it enchanted?"

―Gabrielle to Joxer, in "Forget Me Not"

This costume is an alternate version of the previous one. It is almost identical (often mistaken to not have changed at all) but the BGSB has shrunk in size and is lighter in color.Her top is now even smaller and has different detailing on it. (It could be mistaken for the same one as before by the casual viewer, but is different: for example, there are ten holes for the cord binders of her top instead of twelve.)

"Devi" to "The Ides of March" Edit

Possessed by the demon Tataka, Gabrielle now wears a costume that is yellow in color and looks as if it is a religious type of clothing.  Throughout the episode she also wears pearls dozens of strings of pearls crossing her chest and hips and a orange palsy shawl. Her eyes and brows were heavily made up, but they are gone once Tataka is defeated. Her finger and toe nails are painted red. In the following episode, Gabrielle's hair is cut by the chakram to chin length and at the very end of the episode her hair is a pixie cut. Her shirt is about the same size as the BGSB adorned with and her skirt is now completely different. She seems to have a light red material around the top of her legs and a yellow rag wrap around sari that ties in a knot around it. She is almost all the time bare footed whilst wearing this costume (Rarely seen with sandals). She also has various Henna tattoos, which make their final appearance in "Endgame". while in the next episode,[18] she disposes of her fighting staff for good. The costume makes its last appearance before Gabrielle and Xena are crucified in loincloths.[19]

"Chakram" to "The Haunting of Apmhipolis" Edit

Gabrielle's costume is now brown in colour and more 'Warrior-Like'. It looks like it is from African decent, judging by the patterning. She wears silver gauntlets and has two leather straps at the top of her arms. She was a black corded necklace with hollow metal (silver) oval-shaped beads with a round metal one in the middle. Her upper torso has a brown sports bra, with multicolored patterning. It has small beaded strings hanging from the base of it. She also wears brown shorts and a leather belt that matches the upper torso. Her boots have leather straps coiled around them, which is where she keeps her Sais.  When in colder climates, she wears a tan and white suede duster. Her hair somewhat longer now.  It's last seen in the season 6 episode The_Haunting_of_Amphipolis, when it's ripped up by zombies.

"Heart of Darkness" to "A Friend in Need II" Edit

Gabrielle with the costume that is first introduced in "Heart of Darkness". She wears this for the majority of series six. This costume is almost identical to the previous one, but is more darker, giving it a red color, with slightly different patterns and no longer has beads. The shirt and shorts are both shorter and there is no leather belt. Instead, she has a silver and black belt with a new necklace that has larger, ornamented silver colored beads possibily with a Mehndi design with a leaf-shaped bead in the middle and a single silver band on her right arm. The boots and gauntlets remain untouched. Her hair is now in a shag-above the shoulders cut.

GalleriesEdit

CostumesEdit

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FriendsEdit

FoesEdit

Characterization Edit

Despite Gabrielle's ascendancy as a warrior, her role as a bard remains important. About a year into her travels with Xena, her scrolls about Xena's exploits begin to gain popularity, apparently helping, according to Ares, turn Xena into a legend. After their 25-year sleep, Gabrielle finds out that her stories had been read as far away as North Africa where they were popular among nomad tribes. According to two episodes set in modern times, Gabrielle's scrolls were preserved for thousands of years. One set of scrolls was discovered by archeologists. They found their way to Hollywood, where they formed the basis of the television series. Another scroll was discovered by treasure hunters and purported to prove a marriage between Ares and Xena. The episode featured the modern reincarnations of Gabrielle, Xena, Joxer and Ares.

AppearancesEdit

Mentions and ReferencesEdit

Hercules: The Legendary JourneysEdit

  1. "Men in Pink" (mentioned)
  2. "Armageddon Now"

Xena: Warrior PrincessEdit

  1. "The Xena Scrolls (mentioned, see Janice Covington)
  2. "Adventures in the Sin Trade I" (mentioned, archive footage, voice heard)
  3. "Adventures in the Sin Trade II" (mentioned, archive footage, cameo)
  4. "Deja Vu All Over Again" (mentioned, archive footage, see Mattie Merrill)
  5. "Send in the Clones" (mentioned, archive footage, see Gabrielle's Clone)
  6. "Soul Possession" (mentioned, archive footage, see Mattie Merrill)

Background InformationEdit

Behind the ScenesEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Gabrielle is one of the four characters to have successfully thrown and caught the Chakram. The other three are Callisto, Xena and Eve.
  • Gabrielle was born with six toes on her right foot. It was removed at birth.[1]
  • Hints were often dropped throughout Xena: Warrior Princess of a romantic relationship between Xena and Gabrielle. Although never confirmed, many fans believe that this is true. In the episode "You Are There", a reporter from modern-day, Nigel, put to them the question of whether or not they were in fact lovers, followed by the camera cutting out and the answer left unheard.
  • Gabrielle suffers from severe sea-sickness.

Historical Events Edit

Along with Xena, Gabrielle also played a pivotal role in history and witnessed famous events:

Season One Edit

  • Met the granddaughter of Pandora and opened her box, only to realize that it was empty.[2]
  • Accidentally released the Titans, Hyperion, Theia and Crias from their deep slumber.[3]
  • Played a role in releasing Prometheus from his eternal torment.[4]
  • Witnessed the infamous infiltration of the Greeks, during the Trojan War, concealed inside the Wooden Horse.[5]
  • Applied for a place at the Athens Academy for Performing Bards and was accepted, although turned the offer down to continue on the road.[6]
  • Encouraged and gave story-telling advice to Homer.[7]
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Gabrielle being impregnated with Hope in "The Deliverer"

  • Amongst the people who found the Samarian Treasure and The Titans Key.[8]
  • Along with Xena and Autolycus, found the Ark of the Covenant.[9]
  • Witnessed the end of the civil war between the Thessally and Mitoa.[10]

Season Two Edit

  • Witnessed what would of become Ixion's hell on Earth, and its death.[11]
  • Witnessed the war between the Philistines and the Israelites.[12]
  • Witnessed David of the Israelites kill Goliath.[13]
  • Witnessed the death of Bacchus, after becoming a Bacchae herself.[14]
  • Inadvertantly invented the theme for Jingle Bells.[15]
  • Along with Xena and Senticles, she staged the main plot of "A Christmas Carol", where the three ghosts visit a tyrant king (who resembles Ebenezer Scrooge, in the sense that he doesn't celebrate Christmas).[16]
  • Successfully pioneers the custom of Santa Claus bringing down gifts during Solstice Eve, by encouraging Senticles to hand out toys to children in the kingdom where winter celebrations are banned.[17]
  • Gave a donkey to a traveling couple, of which the female is heavily pregnant, which resembles the story of the creation of Christianity (Mary and Joseph travel on a donkey to Bethleham and give birth on Christmas Day).[18]
  • Noticed that the Big Dipper looks like a Bear, presumably leading eventually to its Latin name Ursa Major.[19]
  • Assisted Ulysses in avoiding Poseidon while returning to Ithaca.[20]
  • Postulated the Theory of evolution.[21]
  • Met Cecrops, the Lost Mariner, as well as helped him escape Poseidon's curse.[22]
  • Coined the phrase "Love is Blind".[23]

Season ThreeEdit

Season Four Edit

  • Assisted in taking down the Scythian Army.[34]
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Gabrielle, saved from Hell and reformed as an Archangel in "Fallen Angel"

*Thought up the idea of Cinderella.[35]

Season Five Edit

Season Six Edit

See Also Edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. XWP: "Dreamworker"
  2. XWP: "Cradle of Hope"
  3. XWP: "The Titans"
  4. XWP: "Prometheus"
  5. XWP: "Beware Greeks Bearing Gifts"
  6. XWP: "Athens City Academy of the Performing Bards"
  7. XWP: "Athens City Academy of the Performing Bards"
  8. XWP: "A Fistful of Dinars"
  9. XWP: "Royal Couple of Thieves"
  10. XWP: "Is There a Doctor in the House?"
  11. XWP: "Orphan of War"
  12. XWP: "The Giant Killer"
  13. XWP: "The Giant Killer"
  14. XWP: "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"
  15. XWP: "A Solstice Carol"
  16. XWP: "A Solstice Carol"
  17. XWP: "A Solstice Carol"
  18. XWP: "A Solstice Carol"
  19. XWP: "A Day in the Life"
  20. XWP: "Ulysses"
  21. XWP: "The Price"
  22. XWP: "The Lost Mariner"
  23. XWP: "A Comedy of Eros"
  24. XWP: "The Deliverer"
  25. XWP: "The Deliverer"
  26. XWP: "The Deliverer"
  27. XWP: "Gabrielle's Hope"
  28. XWP: "The King of Assassins"
  29. XWP: "Forgiven"
  30. XWP: "One Against an Army"
  31. XWP: "When in Rome..."
  32. XWP: "When in Rome..."
  33. XWP: "Fins, Femmes and Gems"
  34. XWP: "In Sickness and in Hell"
  35. XWP: "If the Shoe Fits"
  36. XWP: "If the Shoe Fits"
  37. XWP: "Devi"
  38. XWP: "Endgame"
  39. XWP: "The Ides of March"
  40. XWP: "Fallen Angel"
  41. XWP: "Fallen Angel"
  42. XWP: "Them Bones, Them Bones"
  43. XWP: "Little Problems"
  44. XWP: "Punch Lines"
  45. XWP: "God Fearing Child"
  46. XWP: "God Fearing Child"
  47. XWP: "Amphipolis Under Siege"
  48. XWP: "Antony and Cleopatra"
  49. XWP: "Antony and Cleopatra"
  50. XWP: "Motherhood"
  51. XWP: "Motherhood"
  52. XWP: "Motherhood"
  53. XWP: "Motherhood"
  54. XWP: "Coming Home"
  55. XWP: "The Haunting of Amphipolis"
  56. XWP: "Heart of Darkness"
  57. XWP: "Heart of Darkness"
  58. XWP: "The Rheingold"
  59. XWP: "The God You Know"
  60. XWP: "A Friend in Need II"

External LinksEdit

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