This page features all minor characters from each season of MTV's Teen Wolf. It was created for the characters that appeared on the show; however, they received minor roles essentially which prevented them from receiving a main page.
Season 1 Edit
Garrison Myers was a character that was introduced during Season 1 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was a school bus driver at Beacon Hills High School. However, before that he was a insurance investigator that was involved in the Hale House fire.
In Pack Mentality, Scott McCall had a dream that he attacked Myers on a school bus. The next day it was revealed that this was not a dream, and that Garrison was indeed attacked that night; however, it wasn't by Scott. In order to remember what happen, Scott went back to the scene of the crime, where he learned that the bus driver was attacked by The Alpha.
As he recovers in the hospital, Scott enters his room. Garrison freaks out, and grabs ahold of Scott. Melissa McCall then enters the room and separates the two. Later that night, Derek Hale shows up and demands to know what the driver remembers about the attack. He doesn't answer Derek, but he recognizes him, he says "Hale" and then repeats that he's sorry. Derek is taken by surprised because he's never met the driver before that moment. He now wants to know how the driver knows who he is but, Garrison soon dies.
Jennifer was a character that was introduced during Season 1 of MTV's Teen Wolf. She was a nurse that worked at Beacon Hills Memorial Hospital, she was Peter Hale's nurse to be exact. She knew that Peter was a werewolf, and she helped fulfill his plans to become an alpha and get revenge on everyone involved in the Hale House fire.
In Code Breaker her body is discovered in the trunk of her own car. Peter explains that he killed her because she had served her purpose. It was later revealed that prior to her death, Jennifer went to the Beacon Hills Animal Clinic in order to get a copy of the photo of the dead deer with a spiral on it. This was used as bait, to get Laura Hale to return to Beacon Hills, so that Peter could kill her.
Reddick & UngerEdit
Reddick & Unger were characters introduced during Season 1 of MTV's Teen Wolf. They were bullies and delinquents with a surprising connection to the Hale House fire.
In Lunatic, Reddick and Unger just so happened to stumble up Scott McCall and Stiles Stilinski getting drunk in the woods. Reddick grabs the bottle of Jack and takes a drink, he then insults the young teens. When Scott demands to be given the bottle back, Reddick tells him he'll have to take it, Scott approaches Reddick, with his eyes glowing gold and his claws growing, and demands the bottle of Jack back. Reddick hands it over and Scott snatches it out of his hand, then he throws it at a tree. Moments later, they are walking through the woods Unger wants to leave but his request is denied, Reddick stops for a smoke break, he is then grabbed by The Alpha and killed.
Unger turns back and notices that Reddick is gone, so he begins to panick, The Alpha then grabs him by the legs and drags him through the woods until they reach a trash can that is on fire. Unger is then thrown into the flaming barrel.
In Co-Captain, it is revealed that Unger and Reddick had a helping hand in the Hale House fire that lead to the death of many members of the Hale Family. This is the reason as to why they were killed. Peter Hale was seeking revenge on everyone involved in the death of his family
Mr. Martin is a character was was introduced during Season 2 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He is Lydia Martin's father and Natalie Martin's ex-husband. Even though he is Lydia's father, he has only made two appearances.
In The Tell, both Mr. Martin and Ms. Martin attend parent-teacher conference night at Beacon Hills High School. As the conference with Lydia's teacher begins, Mr. Martin suspects the worst, bad behavior, bad grades, and issues with concentration. However, this is not the case. He was presumably surprised to learn that Lydia is the smartest and most popular student in school.
In Omega, Mr. Martin is at Beacon Hills Memorial Hospital after learning of Lydia's attack during the school dance. He stays with her at the hospital as she recovers. As Lydia prepares to get up out of the bed, he asks her if she'd like some help getting in the shower, she replied with a sarcastic remark, so Mr. Martin decided to wait outside the room until she was finished. When he steps out, he notices Stiles Stilinski asleep on the bench, he asks Melissa McCall if Stiles had been there all night, she tells him that Stiles has been there all weekend.
Season 2 Edit
The Unnamed Omega WerewolfEdit
The Unnamed Omega Werewolf was a character that was introduced during Season 2 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was a homeless werewolf that came to Beacon Hills looking for a pack.
In Omega, the homeless werewolf enters a graveyard in Beacon Hills, he sees Isaac Lahey operating a backhoe. So he charges towards Isaac, knocks him and the backhoe into the grave that was being dug, and then jumps over it as Isaac lays in the hole underneath. The Omega then begins tearing into one of the graves, and eats the liver off the deceased. The next morning, he is seen digging in a trash can near the parking lot of Beacon Hills High School. Jackson Whittemore pulls up in his silver Porsche, the homeless man compliments the car, however; Jackson doesn't care, he gives the man a dollar and tells him to find somewhere else to die.
That night, he attacks someone in an ambulance and rips them apart, leaving the vehicle a bloody mess. After leaving the ambulance, he is confronted in the woods by another werewolf, Scott McCall. They begin to fight, they trade blows, but Scott is proven to be the superior fighter. After accepting defeat, he runs off, but Scott chases after him, until they reach a clearing. The Omega gets caught in one of the hunters' tripwire traps, he is hung from a tree by his wrist.
Scott prepares to help him, but Derek Hale appears, and pulls Scott to safety as the Argents approach. Chris Argent shocks him with a taser prod which forces him to shift back into his human form, Chris then questions him on his purpose in Beacon Hills. The Omega informs them that he came looking for The Alpha, Chris and Gerard soon realize that they have an Omega werewolf in their capture. He says that he wasn't there to hurt anyone, he was only looking for the Alpha, but Gerard doesn't care. He pulls out a large broad sword and cuts the Omega in half.
Mr. Lahey was a character that was introduced during Season 2 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was Isaac Lahey's abusive father and a an employee at the Beacon Hills Cemetary. He was also the former coach the Beacon Hills High School swim team.
In Omega, he and his son, Isaac are being questioned by Sheriff Stilinski on the events that took place last night. He urges the sheriff to move the questioning along because Isaac has to be at school. The sheriff informs them they are looking for Lydia Martin, she's gone missing, she has no clothes and the temperature is going to drop. Stilinski tells them that the K9-unit lead them to the cemetary, Isaac dines seeing anything, Lahey explains to the sheriff that if Isaac saw a naked girl outside the computer screen he'd remember.
In Shape Shifted, Mr. Lahey and Isaac are having dinner at home, he asks his son about his grades in school, specifically Chemistry. He demands to know the grade, but Isaac attempts to avoid the question, he threatens to take the conversation downstairs, after hearing this, Isaac tells him that his grade is a "D". Lahey says that he'll have to punish Isaac for his failing grades, its his duty as a parent, he starts off with telling Isaac that he'll have to do the dishes and clean the kitchen. He then purposely throws all the dishes on the floor and they shatters. Isaac cowers in the corner, Lahey stands up and throws a glass pitcher at Isaac, a shard of glass stabs the teen right below the eye.
Isaac pulls the shard out and the blood along with the wound begins to heal right before Lahey, Isaac runs out the house and gets on his bike, with Mr. Lahey right behind him in his car. As he's driving, he sees Isaac's bike down an ally way, a dark figure appears as he approaches the bike, Lahey initially believes this to be Isaac, but as he gets a better look, he determines that its something else. Lahey runs to his car, but the creature yanks the door off and kills Lahey.
In Fury, it was revealed by Matt Daehler via flashback that several years ago, Mr. Lahey invited multiple members of the Beacon Hills High School swim team to his place as a reward after winning the state championships. Matt, who was much younger at the time was also at Lahey's place, but he was there with Isaac, trading comic books, while he was there, Matt was thrown into Lahey's pool. However, the drunk swim team members were unaware that Matt couldn't swim, this lead to his drowning and temporary death. Mr. Lahey got him out the pool in time and as he revives Matt, he says "You tell no one. This, this is your fault. You don't know how to swim? What kind of bastard doesn't know how to swim? You say nothing, you tell no one, No one."
In Ice Pick, Bennett is at a gas station on his motorcycle, he looks over and notices Allison Argent, he nods at her and then drives away. He then participates in capturing Allison and taking her to the Hale House, where he played a recording during her first hunter session with her father, Chris Argent. He waits outside with a timer, seeing how long it will take Allison to break free, according to Bennett it took her two and a half hours. He tells her not to feel so bad because it took him three. As he was getting ready to leave, a tail wraps around his leg and pulls him to the ground, after being scratched on the neck, he pulls out his gun but can barely stand, he's becomes paralyzed due to the venom and he is killed by the Kanima.
It was later revealed that Benntte was one of several members of the 2006 Beacon Hills High School swim team at the Lahey House the night at Matt Daehler drowned in the pooled. He was saved by Mr. Lahey; however, Matt still blamed all of them for his death. After forging a bond with the kanima, he used that connection to kill all the members of the swim team that was present at the celebratory pool party that night, which included Benntte.
Tucker Cornish was a character that was introduced during Season 2 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was a mechanic at Armor Tire and Service Center as well as former student at Beacon Hills High School. He was also on the lacrosse and swim team.
In Abomination, he is at the shop working on Stiles Stilinski's jeep, as he is doing the repairs, Stiles enters wondering what he's doing. Tucker was only suppose to install a new starter; however, he tells Stiles that the entire exhaust system on the jeep needs to be replaced. He originally tells Stiles that the repairs will cost around $1200 due to parts and labor, Tucker then ups the price to $1500. Moments later, he is scratched on the back of his neck by The Kanima. The venmo in the scratch completely paralyzes Tucker, he falls to the ground, the kanima then slices the hydraulic line which caused the jeep to descend on top of Tucker thus killing him.
In Fury, he was said to have been present during the drowning of Matt Daehler several years ago. According to Matt, Mr. Lahey had invited some of his favorites from the Beacon Hills High School swim team over to his place for celebration of their winning of the state championships. As Matt was drowning, Tucker was hooking up with Kara.
Kara Simmons was a character that was introduced during Season 2 of MTV's Teen Wolf. She was the organizer for raves. Kara was also a former student at Beacon Hills High School and former member of the swimming team.
In Raving, Kara is at a warehouse selling tickets for an upcoming rave. Dozens of people are there, including Scott McCall, Jackson Whittemore and Matt Daehler. Jackson is up next in line, she asks him how many tickets does he needs, he signals one, Jackson hands Kara the money, as he gives him the ticket, Jackson caresses her hand. This freaks Kara out, so she leaves on the elevator as Jackson menacingly stares at her. That night as the rave begins, Kara watches over the party from the DJ's booth, she doesn't see Jackson as he walks through the crowd towards her; he is stalled by Isaac Lahey and Erica Reyes who manage to inject him with a drug and lock him in a room.
However, this drug doesn't last long as Jackson manages to escape. Kara looks at the DJ and tells him that she'll be back in five minutes, she gets on her phone and walks towards the back. She doesn't see the Kanima as it jumps out of nowhere and stabs Kara in the throat.
In Fury, she watched as Matt Daehler drowned at the Lahey House several years ago. Kara along with several of other Beacon Hills High School swim team members were invited by Mr. Lahey to get drunk and Party at his home. Matt showed up and was thrown in the poo. Kara was hooking up with Tucker as this happened.
Sean Long & Jessica BartlettEdit
Sean Long & Jessica Bartlett were characters introduced during Season 2 of MTV's Teen Wolf. They were both former students at Beacon Hills High School and former members of the swim team.
In Restraint, Sean and Jessica are in a very small camper in the middle of the woods, they begin to argue over their current predicament. Jessica is upset because she was promised that they'd only be living like that for a few weeks, apparently its been longer than that. Sean reminds her that just because they are in a trailer, doesn't mean they are trailer park trash, Jessica agrees, she says they're worse due to the fact that they don't even have enough money to stay in a trailer park. At that moment, the lights begin to flicker on and off until they eventually goes out, Sean suggests that it was probably the generator, with a aggravated voice, she says you mean the thing that runs the water and the electric? He looks as her, Sean is clearly just as stressed about the current situation as her, she apologizes for her rude remark.
Jessica explains that she's tired of being slightly terrified all the time, she says its not like she wants to be. As Jessica begins to cry, Sean hugs and comforts Jessica, telling her that everything will be okay, he then leaves the trailer to check on the generator. While checking the generator, Sean is confronted by a hooded figure outside, they appear to be arguing, what about is currently unknown. The Man then points upwards, Sean looks up and he is yanked up into the tree by The Kanima, which kills him and then throws his body through the window of the camper. As all of this occurred, Jessica watched from the camper, The Kanima makes its way inside; however, after discovering that she was pregnant, it leaves.
After the incident at the camper, Jessica has been taken to Beacon Hills Memorial Hospital where she just had her baby, she grabs Melissa McCall's arm as she prepares to leave, she tells the nurse that Sean's killer has to be stopped, she says they didn't see it, it wasn't human. After Melissa leaves, the hooded figure returns to finish the job, he enters the room and kills Jessica.
In Raving, Sean and Jessica's bodies are seen in the morgue of Beacon Hills Memorial Hospital. Chris and Allison Argent enter the morgue and discuss their current situation. Chris explains that Sean was killed by a kind of shape-shifter that hasn't been around for centuries, he then tells her that Jessica was smothered to death after giving birth, the police believe it was by someone else. Chris believes that it was done by the Kanima Master, that means two killers, one human, one not.
Season 3 Edit
Emily was a character that was introduced during Season 3 of MTV's Teen Wolf. She was a young lesbian teen who was one of several of the Darach's sacrifices. Emily was in a relationship with Caitlin for 3 months, she lived at home with her mother, so she and Caitlin went to the preserve to have some alone time.
In Fireflies, Emily goes camping out in Beacon Hills Preserve with her girlfriend Caitlin, she's outside the tent and sees a large snake, her girlfriend tells her to kick it but Emily decides against it. She says that if she kicks it then the snake will swallow her foot, she then decides to jump over it and run inside the tent. Once inside, she is pleasently surprised by the candles that her girlfriend has lit, they starting kissing, she is nervous, she also admits that Caitlin makes her nervous but its a good thing, she then notices a big bug on the tent which she suggests to be a mood killer. After the bug is knocked away, they begin to kiss again, as she is getting her neck kissed, she opens her eyes and sees dozens of bugs crawling all over the outside of the tent. Emily screams in fear, she then notices a bug on her shoulder, she begins to panic and runs outside the tent, no longer being able to stay in there, as she exits the tent, several more bugs have crawled on her, this only worsens the situation as she freaks out even more and runs off.
As she runs through the woods, she trips over a rock and falls, she lifts her head up as she hears a scattering noise, looking behind herself, Emily sees a large amount of bugs coming her way, they crawl all over her and she disappears beneath the insects. Some time later, Sheriff Stilinski along with several other officers find Emily's body in the woods, with three distinct injuries, her head was bashed in, throat was slit and she was strangled, along with being tied to a tree with a rope.
Caitlin is a character that was introduced during Season 3 of MTV's Teen Wolf. She is a young bisexual teen, and she was in a relationship with Emily untl she was killed in the woods.
In Fireflies Caitlin and her girlfriend Emily, have decided to camp out in Beacon Hills Preserve. She is inside the tent and has lit several candles to set the mood, after finishing with the candles, Caitlin asks her girlfriend if she's coming. Emily tells her that there's a gigantic snake out there, so Caitlin advises her to kick it but when Emily refuses, Caitlin suggest that she jumps over it, shes does and runs into the tent. They begin to kiss, Caitlin senses that Emily is nervous, Emily explains that Caitlin makes her nervous, she wonder's if this is a good thing or bad thing, Emily assures her its a good thing. They notice a large bug on the tent, killing the mood, she knocks it off with her hand and they start kissing again, as she kisses her girlfriend on the neck, Emily screams really loud, Caitlin looks up and notices all the bugs on the outside of their tent.
She attempts to calm Emily down but she fails as Emily runs off into the preserve screaming. Caitlin goes chasing after her, calling out Emily's name several times but receives no response, she then becomes worried and runs back to the camp site. She calls out Emily's name but once again, she gets no response; however, moments later, a monstrous looking girl comes from out of the woods towards her. Then three guys appear, they get into an altercation with the girl and they chase her away, one of the guys approaches her, asking if she's okay, Caitlin says yes and he tells her to get out of the woods as fast as she can. She calls the Beacon County Sheriff's Station and reports the attack, at the preserve, she is questioned by Dpt. Graeme and Sheriff Stilinski, she explained to them that the girl had glowing eyes, fangs and claws.
They asked her if she may be under the influence, she tells them that her and Emily split a tab of ecstasy, Stilinski suggest that she didn't really see what she thought she did as MDMA drugs can cause hallucinations. They prepared to take her to the hospital and she asks about the other three guys, Graeme tells her that they'll need better descriptions. While at Beacon Hills Memorial Hospital, she is questioned by Stiles Stilinski, he wants to know why they were out there, Caitlin explains that they wanted to be alone, she explains that they were together for three months and they wanted Emily's first time to be romantic.
In Illuminated, Caitlin attends the rave at Derek's loft, its there where she runs into Stiles and kisses him on the cheek; however, at that moment, neither one of them recognizes the other. It isn't until they run into each other again that they remember. Stiles asks how she's been doing since Emily died, Caitlin replies that she's fine and really drunk, she then asks Stiles to dance. A little later, she grabs a drink for the both of them and they sit on the spiral staircase, Stiles pulls out his keys to use the bottle opener attached to it and she notices that it has phosphors on it. She and Stiles then start to kiss but he though she liked girls, Caitlin agrees and says she likes boys too, she asks Stiles of he likes boys but he gets uncomfortable and doesn't answer.
They continue to kiss but Stiles interrupts the kiss, asking what is phosphors. She tells him that its any substance that luminesse, its in their teeth, finger nails, laundry detergent, etc. Stiles then realizes something and at that moment has to leave, he explains that he doesn't want to offend her but he really needs to go. Before leaving, he hands Caitlin a bottle of water, telling her to drink it, and she does.
In Chaos Rising, Heather invites Stiles, a childhood friend, and Scott to her 17th birthday party. She drunkingly yells out it's her birthday as she partys with her friends, she pulls her friend, Danielle to the side and tells her that she's finally ready to lose her virginity. As Scott and Stiles enter the party, she greets Stiles with a kiss on the lips, he is understandably taken off guard by this, Heather then finds an excuse to get him alone in the basement. They begin to kiss, she tells Stiles that she doesn't want to be a 17 year old virgin, then asking him if he's ever done it before, Stiles jokes about not turning 17, while knowing this isn't what she really meant. When he finally admits to being a virgin, she makes sure that he wants to do it as well, as things progress, Stiles stops to tell her that he doesn't have a condom, she informs him that her brother has some upstairs, and he rushes to retrieve them.
While waiting for Stiles' return, she checks out the wine bottles, it is then that all the bottles on the rack begin to shake, a single bottle then slowly unscrews itself and smashes to the floor. Heather rushes around to the other side of the rack to see who pushed the bottle, there is no one there, then all the bottles begin flying off the racks like speeding bullets, causing Heather to cut her foot. As she slowly backs up towards a wall, the high set windows above it begins to open by its self, and she is pulled through it.
In Fireflies, Heather is revealed to be dead. Her body was found not too long before and brought to the morgue at Beacon Hills Memorial Hospital. It turns out that she was one of several people to have the same wounds, 3 distinct kill shot, a bashed in head, a slit throat and being strangled. This leads Stiles to believe that she was part of a sacrifice.
The Unnamed Male was a character that was introduced during Season 3 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was one of several sacrifices committed by The Darach. His head was bashed in, throat was slit and strangled by a garrote and left the pool. He was later revealed to be a virgin and this is what made him the necessary sacrifice.
In Fireflies, his body was discovered at a local swimming pool by Lydia Martin. Earlier that night, she left her home with the intent to get some medicine from the store, as she drove, she had no idea she was heading towards to pool until she got out the car and realized where she was at. This freaked her out, but she saw something floating in the water so she decided to check it out. As Lydia got closer to the pool, she became increasingly nervous, she then determines that its a body, Lydia kneels down and flips the body over, she discovers that its just a practice dummy and she is relieved by this. However, when she lifts her hands off the ground, she notices that they are covered in blood, Lydia looks up and sees a murdered male sitting in the life guard chair.
Lydia calls Stiles Stilinski who shows up to the scene of the crime, he first checks on Lydia then he calls Scott McCall. They believe this killing to be the fault of Cora Hale and Vernon Boyd, two out of control werewolves but Scott wants Stiles to check just to be sure because the pool is on the other side of the woods and Cora and Boyd couldn't have possibly made it that far in such little time. Later that night, Scott and Chris Argent pull up to the pool and find see the teen's dead body being placed in the ambulance, seeing this convinces Chris to help them catch Boyd and Cora and prevent anyone else from dying.
Alicia Boyd was a character that was introduced during Season 3 of MTV's Teen Wolf. She is Boyd's dead sister. How she died is currently unknown
In Motel California, it was revealed through a wolfsbane induced hallucination that Vernon Boyd had a sister named Alicia that died of an unknown cause. After being poisoned on the school bus with the wolfsbane, Boyd began to hear his dead sister, she was saying "don't leave me", "you weren't suppose to leave me" and "why did you leave me?". Boyd is caught off guard by this, and is absolutely confused by the sound of his sister's voice. He digs through the large ice machine to find her, and he sees Alicia's face within the ice, this scares Boyd, he steps back and drops his ice bucket. The wolfsbane, along with the hallucination of his sister led Boyd to try and kill himself.
He filled a bathtub up with water and grabbed a large safe. With this safe, he got in the tub, and used it as an anchor to hold him down, as he drowns himself. However, Stiles Stilinski and Lydia Martin got their in time to save Boyd by throwing a road flare in the water. The heat from the flare appeared to cure him of the wolfsbane poisoning.
Alexander Argent was a character that was introduced during Season 3 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was a hunter and a member of the Argent Family. After being bitten on the night of a full moon, he was forced to follow the Hunter's Code.
In the flashbacks in Motel California, Alexander was seen driving down a road in his pickup truck until he pulled into the parking lot of the Glen Capri Motel. As he stepped out his truck, he held onto his bleeding leg and grabbed a bag out the back before limping toward his room. He went into the bathroom and lifted up his shirt to reveal the bite of an Alpha on the left side of his abdomen. He was also wearing the Argent necklace that has been seen in the possession of both Kate and Allison Argent throughout Season 1.
Alexander opened the curtains to see that the full moon was rising, and he took a deep breath as he pulled a shotgun out of his duffle bag, along with his wallet/ID, his keys, and one shotgun round. He loaded the gun and knelt in front of the open window before pleading, "Nous chassons ceux qui nous chassent" to the sky, the French Argent Hunter Code which, in English, means "We hunt those who hunt us." His eyes began to glow gold as he said this, leading him to pull the trigger and shoot himself in the head, killing himself instantly before he could finish transforming.
In the present day at the end of the episode, Alexander's nephew, Chris Argent, went to visit his father and Alexander's brother Gerard Argent to ask him about Alexander's death-- specifically, the Alpha who bit him. Gerard smiled and replied, "Deucalion."
Marco was a character that was introduced during Season 3 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was first seen during a flashback that took place years ago in Beacon Hills. He was one of Deucalion's out spoken Betas. He had an important role to play in the man that Deucalion became.
Marco was first mentioned by Deucalion in Unleashed, though not by name, when Deucalion explained to Derek Hale that one of his Betas once tried to take his Alpha status after he was blinded, which led him to discover that Alphas can subsume the power of their Betas by killing them.
In the flashbacks in Visionary, Marco, along with the rest of Deucalion's original pack, accompanied their alpha, to the old, abandoned distillery that was acting as a meeting place for their pack, Kali's original pack, Ennis' original pack, and the Hale Pack led by Talia Hale. Ennis called them there to show them what happened to one of his Betas, who, according to Ennis, was shot in the neck with an arrow by the Argents before they tortured him by ripping out his claws and finally cutting him in half. Marco openly questioned Ennis as to why the hunters would kill his Beta and forced him to admit that the Beta had killed one of the Argents, which led Ennis to insist that it was purely an accident. Marco's argument led Deucalion to argue that going after the Argents would cause a war that none of them would survive, but Talia sided with Ennis, insisting that they also had rituals for how to deal with the loss of pack members.
After the loss of Deucalion's eyesight at the hands of Gerard Argent, Marco quickly decided that he was no longer fit to lead the pack, so he attacked his Alpha with the intent to steal his power. However, he was no match for Deucalion, whose adrenaline rush caused him to realize that he could still see somewhat with his werewolf eyes. Deucalion then was so overcome by anger that he tore Marco apart, which led him to unconsciously take his younger Beta's power and add it to his own, making him stronger, faster, and generally more powerful. It was Marco's death that led Deucalion to decide to slay the rest of his Betas and take their power as well. Afterward, he started to build the Alpha Pack by convincing Ennis and Kali in turn to do the same to their Betas, creating the most powerful werewolf pack with the power he stole from Marco and the others.
Katashi AKA Silverfinger was a character that was introduced during Season 3 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was a Yakuza mob boss from Chris Argent's past. He was also very knowledgeable on Oni, Kitsune and Nogitsune.
In Silverfinger, Chris Argent tells the story of his first arms deal. He was only eighteen, and his father Gerard Argent neglected to tell him that the buyers were Yakuza, Gerard wanted to see how Chris would adapt to an unfamiliar situation. Half way through the deal, three Oni appear out of the darkness, they strike down all the Yakuza henchmen and then killed the leader by driving all of their swords into him at once. Chris managed to survive the ordeal, he then shoots one of the Oni in the face with a silver bullet, and save Katashi's life, shooting it in the face, shattered its mask. According to Chris, it didn't have a face, only darkness behind the mask.
Chris explains that the man he saved, Katashi, better known as Silverfinger, acquired that named from the silver prosthetic pinkie he wears, they believe if they find Katashi, then he'll know more about the Oni. Katashi is found by Chris, but he is unaware of Chris' true intentions, he thinks that he's only there to by a French flintlock turn-over pistol from 1645. Katashi is in a back room, watching from video surveillance as Chris and Allison take down his men. When they find him, Katashi pulls out a gun, but Allison manages to take it from him. Katshi doesn't remember Chris initially, but after seeing the broken Oni mask, he remembered that Chrs is the one who saved his life. He informs Chris, Allison and Isaac that the demon warriors are known as Oni and they are unstoppable.
He further explains that no man-made object can hurt the Oni, they are like a force of nature, "You don’t fight a tsunami,” he says, “you endure it and you hope you are not destroyed in its path." He tells them that the mark that the Oni leave on the back of their victims ear's is a symbol or kanji for self, it means that person is still themselves. The Oni are looking for someone who is no longer themselves, someone who is possessed by an evil kitsune. He says there are thirteen kinds of kitsune, but he only names four, Celestial, Wild, Ocean, and Thunder, he then informs them about the dark kitsune, they call it Void or Nogitsune. According to Katashi, it possesses a host and gains power from causing pain, strife and chaos, this is who the Oni are searching for. Silverfinger tells Chris that he's missing the joints of his little finger because Yakuza performs a ritual where they offer the mutilation of the little finger as penance for a mistake. He says the night night they came in contact with the Oni, he planned to run, if Chris hadn't shot the Oni when he did, Katashi would've fled and he would have to give up his head. Finally he tells Chris that he ows him his honor, and to not get in the Oni's way, let them do their job.
Kincaid is a character that was introduced during Season 3 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was a werewolf with mafia ties and connections to Silverfinger.
In Silverfinger, Kincaid was sent to purchase the French flintlock turn-over pistol from Isaac Lahey, who was posing as an Argent Hunter. It soon became apparent that Kincaid is a Werewolf, as he openly displayed his claws while he negotiated with Isaac. He offered $150,000 for the gun, which Isaac accepted, though he pulled out an automatic money counting machine in order to stall for time so Chris and Allison Argent could find Katashi. Kincaid soon realized what was going on and grabbed Isaac's hand, causing Isaac to wolf-out and roar at him. He brought Isaac to Katashi's office in a choke-hold under threat of ripping out his throat until Katashi finally ordered him to stand down.
In Echo House, Kincaid arrived outside the Beacon County Sheriff's Department to recover Katashi's prosthetic finger, which contains the Shugendō (修験道) scroll that is worth $3 million and which had been taken by the FBI as evidence in the case of Katashi's murder. He knocked out two officers, one of whom was Deputy Parrish, which some of the members of the McCall Pack saw from their position in the parking lot, as they also intended to steal the scroll in order to learn how to exorcise the Nogitsune from Stiles Stilinski's body.
Scott McCall and Allison Argent approached him and demanded the finger, offering him the briefcase that contained $150,000 in cash as a consolation prize, but Kincaid refused due to the superior value of the Shugendō scroll. Kira Yukimura, who had climbed up on top of the armored prison truck, jumped down onto him and wrapped her arms around his neck to defeat him, but he easily flipped her onto the ground before back-handing Allison in the face. Scott then wolfed-out to fight him, Scott was quickly overpowered. When Kincaid mockingly asked him where his Alpha strength was, Ethan and Aiden appeared suddenly and responded with, "Up here" before jumping down and attacking him.
They ultimately subdued him, and though the twins were intent to kill him to prevent him from coming after them again in the future, Scott insisted that they had come to save a life, not end one, and that he thought Kincaid was smart enough to realize how dangerous they were as a pack. Scott then took the prosthetic finger and scroll from Kincaid's pocket, while Kincaid stared at him in surprise that they didn't kill him. Where Kincaid went after this skirmish with the McCall Pack is unknown.
Rhys was a character that was introduced during Season 3 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was a corporal officer of the army who was station at Oak Creek internment camp during 1943. This is where he began a relationship with Noshiko Yukimura.
In The Fox and the Wolf, Corporal Rhys, Hayes and Merrick are loading off supplies for the Oak Creek internment camp. As they were offloading, they soon began to realize that some of the supplies had been stolen while they weren't paying attention. They enter one of the cabins after hearing a window break, Hayes and Merrick accuse them of stealing, as they being to search, Rhys tells them to stop, informing them that the search will be conducted in the morning and that the prisoners will fix the window that was broken. Before he leaves, Rhys gives Michio his baseball back. He later meets up with Noshiko Yukimura in a secluded location, they appear to be in love as they embrace one another, he warns her about taking so many things, especially the medical supplies.
Rhys then gifts Noshiko with a piece of chocolate which she is very happy about and they share a kiss. They sit in a vehicle together as Noshiko helps him learn French in preparation for his transfer to North Africa, at that moment, they hear Merrick, Hayes and the camps doctor, money soon exchanges between them, but Rhys is unsure why. Soon, a bacterial pneumonia outbreak sweeps throughout Oak Creek, Rhys discovers that the internment camp is completely out of M&B Sulphapyridine which is the only treatment. Noshiko informs him that she saw three boxes of the drug back when she was taking supplies, but the camp's doctor is claiming that he only received one. This leads them to the conclusion that the doctor, Hayes, and Merrick are stealing medicine and selling it on the black market.
After the prisoners learn that the medicine was being stolen, a riot erupted, Satomi Ito, a prisoner and apparent werewolf throws a molotov cocktail that hits Rhys and sets him on fire, this caused the soldiers to shoot the prisoners, dozens of them were killed. Rhys is taken to Eichen House; however, he dies from his injuries. His body is put with the dead prisoners and they are going to be burned, all evidence would be destroyed and no one would ever know what occurred. Noskiko couldn't let this happen, so she calls out to the spirits of her ancestors in order to summon a Nogitsune to possess her and seek revenge, instead the trickser spirit decided to possess Rhys' dead body.
Merrick & HayesEdit
Merrick & Hayes were characters introduced during Season 3 of MTV's Teen Wolf. They were soldiers that had been stationed at the Oak Creek Internment camp in 1943. They work along side Corporal Ryhs and had a major role to play in the camp's destruction.
In The Fox and the Wolf, via flashback, they are loading off multiple dead bodies of Japanese-American. As they are doing this, Merrick is riddling Hayes, he says....
"What gets broken without being held?"
"What has teeth but doesn’t bite?"
"What has a neck but no head?"
The answer to these three riddles were "A Promise", "A Comb" and "A Bottle". However, Hayes shows not interesting or amusement in these riddles, he's taking the current situation much more serious. They go back to the truck to retrieve the gas canisters, when they look over they notice a man wrapped in bandages rising up from the bodies. Hayes pulls out his gun and fires multiple shots but it has no effect, the creature grabs Hayes' hands and turns the gun on him and fires. The creature then catches up to Merrick at the front of the truck, he grabs the soldier and says what has a neck but no head, it then rips Merrick's head off.
Contributors Message: The following events written below took place before the initial flashback above.
Merrick, Hayes, and Corporal Rhys are unloading supplies of all kinds of the vehicle at Camp Oak Creek. As they are doing this Noshiko Yukimura is stealing goods, they notice that the count is low and soon realize that someone is stealing supplies. They enter one of the barrack's after hearing a window break, Merrick confronts them on the stolen supplies, he grabs on one of the women and says that he's just checking her, Hayes prepares to check the rest of the barrack, but Ryhs stops them, he says they;ll do it in the morning. Hayes and Merrick knows that this'll give them a chance to get rid of the stolen supplies but Ryhs forces them to leave anyways. Merrick and Hayes meet up with the camp's doctor and exchange money with him, it is currently unknown what for. It was later revealed that Merrick, Hayes and the doctor were stealing medicine and selling it on the black market. Once the prisoners learn of what's been happening to the medicine, they riot, this leads to multiple prisoners being shot and killed. Merrick and Hayes were given the task of disposing of the bodies. This is what lead to their deaths.
Dpt. Tara GraemeEdit
Dpt. Tara Graeme was a character that was introduced during Season 3 of MTV's Teen Wolf. She was a Sheriff's deputy at Beacon County Sheriff's Station. She aided Sheriff Stilinski during the investigation of the sacrifices.
In Fireflies, Dpt. Graeme and Sheriff Stilinski are called out to a camping site late at night, she is interviewing one of the victims of an attack, the victim's name is Caitlin. Dpt. Graeme asks her if she or her girlfriend Emily had been drinking, Caitlin says no but she does admit to both her and Emily taking extacy. Stilinski explains that "MDMA" drugs can cause hallucinations and it could've been laced with something. Tara is very skeptical of Caitlin's account of the incident, she claims to have seen a girl with glowing eyes, claws, and fangs. Caitlin then mentions the three guys that were chasing after the girl, Dpt. Graeme tells her that they'll need better descriptions.
The Sheriff pulls Tara to the side and request that she put out an APB on the girlfriend Emily, and the other girl as soon as they get a better description than claws and fangs. She wonders if Stilinski actually believes Caitlin's account, the sheriff says he believes that something scared her, Tara corrects him and says someone.
In Unleashed, she accompanies Sheriff Stilinski to another murder investigation. A teen named Kyle was murdered by Beacon Hills High School and tied up to a tree. She yells at everyone to get back in order to prevent them from messing up any evidence at the crime scene. Kyle's girlfriend arrives crying and screaming, she tries to go to him, but Dpt. Graeme holds her back in effort to preserve the crime scene.
In The Girl Who Knew Too Much, Dpt. Graeme enters Beacon Hills High School at night after receiving a 911 call. She hears a loud noise, looks around and sees no one, she continues to check around the school, Tara heads down the steps towards the boys lockrroom. She hears another noise, turns around and sees several students, one of them being Danny Mahealani, she wonders what they're doing at the school so late. Danny explains that they have to practice for a recital tomorrow, he notices that the deputy has her and on her gun, he asks if something is wrong, she informs him that she got a 911 call from the school. Tara then tells Danny along with the other students to leave the school immediately, and if they see anyone else, tell them to leave as well.
She calls in to dispatch but no one replies, the deputy then begins to here a very eerie song and then a loud thud, followed by someone being dragged into the showers. She enters the locker room with her gun drawn and announces her self as Deputy Graeme of the sheriff department. She demands for whoever is inside to step out with their hands in the air. The showers in the locker room cut on, she heads that way and sees herself with a slit throat lying on the floor. Moments later, the Darach then approaches Graeme from behind and strangles her with a garotte. Later that night, her body is discovered by Scott McCall on top of the Beacon Hills High School sign.
Season 4 Edit
The Mute was a character that was introduced during Season 4 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was a mouth-less professional assassin, whose weapon of choice was a military grade tomahawk.
In Muted, he breaks into the house of the Walcotts, and murders David, Michael and Christina Walcott as they slept. He sees Sean at the end of the hall, The Mute throws his tomahawk towards him and it goes through the door. Sean hides in his bathroom as The Mute enters, he offers Sean a chance to fight back, explaining that he should grab a piece of a glass and fight for his life; however, Sean decides to run. The Mute kicks the door open, but Sean has already escaped through the window. The Mute goes to his hideout, he turns on his laptop, while at the same time, opening up a plug in his neck. He inserts a tube into the hole and turns on some kind of a machine that begins to pumps red liquid into him. As he does this, a code appears on his laptop screen. Later that night, The Mute finds Sean at Beacon Hills Memorial Hospital and kills him as he fights Scott McCall.
In The Benefactor (Episode), he breaks into Derek's loft in wait for Derek; however, Peter Hale shows up first. The Mute stabs Peter in the chest with the tomahawk, he then approaches the werewolf, and tells him that Derek is next. According to Peter, as The Mute tried to finish him off, he was able to tear of its communicator. The device is then given to Sheriff Stilinski and Jordan Parrish, they discover that The Mute is an assassin and he was paid to kill The Walcotts. After losing to Peter, The Mute set a trap for Derek at Beacon Hills High School, he put together a bomb that was meant to explode and kill Derek, but this plan failed. So, The Mute is forced to engage Derek in hand to hand combat in which he loses at. He is disarmed, but before he can be place under arrest. Peter unexpectedly shows up and tears The Mute apart with his claws.
In Time of Death, The Mute appears several times during Scott's dream. He stabs Liam Dunbar in the back with his tomahawk. Liam pleads for Scott to help him, but he doesn't, instead, The Mute puts his finger over his mouth in a shushing motion, and then strikes Liam once again with the tomahawk. The dream restarts, as Scott is looking in a mirror, examining his fangs, The Mute says "evolving". Scott turns around to see that The Mute has killed Liam yet again. After the dream restarts for a third time, Scott is given the bloody tomahawk, The Mute grabs Scott's arm and shows him how to use it.
Demarco Montana was a character that was introduced during Season 4 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was a Beta Werewolf and a member of Satomi's Pack. He was killed during the dead pool and listed as being worth $250,000.
In The Benefactor (Episode), arrives at Lyida Martin's house party with a keg that was ordered. He brings in in the kitchen, but Lydia insists that she didn't order a keg, he looks around and says "you're trying to tell me no one here wants to drink?" Lydia asks for the bill, when she looks at it, she notices an extra $100, Lydia wonders why she is being charged extra, Demarco tells her that its his own fee for bringing alcohol to underage teens. Lydia leaves to go and get money, but Garrett offers to pay. Demarco leaves the party, as he's walking back to his car, he sees that his tires are flat, this cause him to get up set, and reveal his true nature as his eyes begin to glow gold. He chants Satomi's Pack mantra, "Three things cannot be long hidden. The sun, the moon, the truth." After regaining control, Violet sneaks up from behind and cuts his head off with a thermo-cut wire.
Patrick Clark is a character that was introduced during Season 4 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He is a Wendigo that was listed on the Deapool as being worth $250,000. He escaped Eichen House but was taken back by Alan Deaton.
In A Promise to the Dead, Patrick drags a large body back into a refrigerated room where many pieces of meat can be seen hanging on sharp hooks. The bag moves which startles Patrick, he tells the person inside to relax because he's going top open the bag. Inside the bag is a girl named Kalissa with duct tape on her mouth and wrist. As she cries, Patrick tells her that she won't be leaving alive. He explains to Kalissa that its okay to be scared because "contrary to traditional culinary practices, it actually tastes better for someone like me when the kill's been frightened."
In effort to scare her even more, Patrick makes a strange hissing/growling sound, Kalissa whimpers. He then demands that she opens her eyes, when she does, Patrick bares his fangs and white eyes, making it very clear that he is infact a Wendigo. He looks back and notices Alan Deaton who has a retractable baton, Patrick grabs to meat hooks and he attacks, they go back and forth but this doesn't last long. Patrick swings at Deaton and misses, one of his hooks get stuck in a piece of meat. Deaton hits his arm with the baton, Patrick grabs another hook and they continue to fight; however, the vet proved to be far superior than the wendigo, he makes short work of Patrick.
After being taken down, Patrick begs him to stop, he informs Deaton that the Deadpool is over, he apparently assumed that Deaton was assassin. He explains to Patrick he's not their to kill him, he's their to take him back to Eichen House, where they know all about his culinary practices. Patrick hisses but is quickly knocked out. Deaton returned him to Eichen as a favor to Dr. Conrad Fenris in exchange for permission to visit another patient, Gabriel Valack. It is assumed that Patrick continues to be held in the facility's closed unit for supernatural creatures.
Lorraine Martin was a character that was introduced during Season 4 of MTV's Teen Wolf. She was the life partner of Maddy, the mother of Mr. Martin, the mother-in-law of Natalie Martin and the paternal grandmother of Lydia Martin.
She was first mentioned in The Benefactor (Episode), when Kira Yukimura remarked that Lorraine had died and left her lake house to her friend Lydia Martin's parents, where they ended up having a party.
She was then mentioned again in Time of Death, in conversation between Lydia and her mother Natalie, it was revealed that Lorraine was a patient at Eichen House when she died, and that she knew Meredith Walker, a banshee and occasional ally of Lydia and McCall Pack. When Lydia found a letter with a computer code written on it by Lorraine, she realized that it was her grandmother's program that was being used to encrypt the Dead Pool hit-list of supernatural creatures.
In Perishable, more of Lorraine's story was revealed in flashbacks when Lydia explained what she had learned from her mother the previous evening, including the fact she was a banshee who first realized her powers after she predicted the death of her lover, Maddy, before it happened. Lorraine then apparently spent the rest of her life trying to figure out how her powers worked, and even created a soundproof study where she go to divine for information about future deaths by listening to the vibrations of a blank record on the record player. Because with Lorraine's increasing obsession with the supernatural and the occult, in addition to the fact that she was hearing the voices of her fellow banshees and the dying at all times, caused her son to put her in Eichen House, believing she was mentally ill. It was there that Lorraine's computer code somehow fell into the hands of Meredith and an orderly, Brunski, who used it to create a hit-list of supernatural creatures that became known as the Dead Pool.
Sometime in the early 2000s, Lorraine was killed in the first iteration of the Dead Pool by Brunski, an "Angel of Death" orderly who believed he was easing the suffering of his patients by killing them using an overdose of drugs that preventing them from being able to breathe. However, Lorraine had a banshee premonition of her death before Brunski got there, and left clues for her granddaughter Lydia, who eventually activated her banshee powers, to find in order to protect herself and stop the Dead Pool.
In Required Reading, Lorriane appears in another flashback, but this one is Lydia's, brought on by reading the Dread Doctors book. Several years ago, when Lydia was a child, Lorraine was taken to Eichen House, it was there when she used a drill to put a hole in the side of her head, which presumably would enhance her powers. Lorraine was found in a bath tub by an orderly and Natalie Martin, she asks Lorraine why she would do something like that to herself. As blood drips from the hole in her head, Lorraine looks over at Lydia who has just entered the room and says "They’re coming Lydia. They’re coming for all of us.".
Deputy Haigh was a character that was introduced during Season 4 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was first introduced as a deputy at the Beacon County Sheriff's Department and the work partner of fellow deputy Jordan Parrish.
in 117, Haigh and Parrish came upon a de-aged Derek Hale, however, they were both oblivious to this fact. They found him at the ruins of the recently demolished Hale House. Haigh was very aggressive and rude towards the young teen. Derek only had his memories up to age sixteen and had no idea why his house had been burned down and destroyed, forcing Parrish to intervene to try to help him. When Haigh got a little too aggressive with Derek, he started to wolf-out and grabbed Haigh so tightly that he hurt his arm. Leading Haigh to hit Derek several times in the chest with his taser before arresting him and bringing him to the station.
While running Derek's fingerprints through the law enforcement database, the only match that came back was for the adult Derek Hale, who, to Haigh, looked nothing like the teenage boy in front of him. Meanwhile, Parrish unlocked Derek's handcuffs, admitting that Haigh thought he was an idiot for trusting him enough to do so, causing Derek to remark that Haigh was an idiot. Parrish laughed and said he couldn't argue with that, but Haigh, annoyed by their comments, interrupted them by calling Parrish over to help him figure out Derek's case until Sheriff Stilinski figured out what was going on and informed them that he would take care of it.
In Perishable, Haigh has zip-tied Parrish's wrist to the steering wheel of the patrol car as he douses him in gasoline. Parrish began to plead for his life, attempting to reason with Haigh,but to no avail, he admits that he believed Parrish was a good guy he's listed on the Dead Pool as being worth $5 million. Parrish tried to offer his assistance in dealing with his money problems another way, Haigh insisted that since Parrish was the one worth millions of dollars dead, he was the one with the problems. He then put in his earbuds and turned up his music so he couldn't hear Parrish's dying screams when he lit a Zippo lighter and threw it through the open window and onto Parrish's gasoline-soaked lap, which immediately caused Parrish to burst into flames as he screamed in what sounded like agony. However, when Haigh returned to the station and sent a message to The Benefactor to ask for his wire transfer of Parrish's bounty to his bank account, he looked up to find Parrish, completely naked and covered from head to toe in soot, but otherwise completely unharmed from the fire glaring toward him as he walked toward his desk.
Haigh stammered that Parrish was supposed to be dead, but his intended assassination target simply growled in anger as he tackled Haigh to the floor, punching him hard in the face over and over again and wrestling his gun out of his hands. Then Sheriff Stilinski comes out his office and was hit in the shoulder by a stray bullet during the struggle. Despite his injuries, Sheriff still managed to stop him before Haigh was too badly injured, and he was subsequently arrested for attempted murder. The next day, Haigh was brought to interrogation to speak to Braeden, a mercenary posing as an active U.S. Marshal who was working with the Sheriff's department on his case. He snidely asked her how she got the scars that ran from her left ear to her right collarbone, she shrugged and replied, "A Werewolf.
How'd you break your nose?" When Haigh frowned in confusion and asked her what she was talking about, Braeden punched him in the face, presumably breaking his nose. It was later revealed that Haigh enlisted the help of several security guards to help him earn more Deadpool money by killing Scott McCall ($25 million), Liam Dunbar ($18 million), and Malia Tate ($4 million) at the Beacon Hills High School lacrosse team bonfire that night. Fortunately for them, their attempted assassinations were thwarted by Braeden, Derek, and Mason Hewitt. What happened to Haigh afterward remains unknown, but he was presumably sent to prison after being convicted of attempted murder.
Season 5 Edit
In Parasomnia, Mr. Stewart is hammering wooden boards over the skylight in his daughter's room, after discovering that she had been having nightmares that someone was trying to get in through the skylight and that it was no longer painted shut. After finishing with the boards, he sits with Tracy and tells her that he has to leave because there's a client he has to meet at the court house. He assures Tracy that he'll be back soon and he kisses her on the head. As Mr. Stewart prepares to leave the room, he looks back and says "I won't let anything happen to you".
In Dreamcatchers, Mr. Stewart is at Beacon County Sheriff's Station preparing to accompany his client Donovan Donati from transport. He follows Deputy Parrish and Deputy Clark as they bring Donovan out of his cell. As they head towards the prisoner transport truck, Stewart is very blunt with Donovan, according to him, its not what they were hoping for but the District Attorney's deal is still very reasonable considering the circumstances. Donovan wants to know what's reasonable, Clark tells them to talk in the vehicle but Donovan gets aggressive at demands to know what the deal is at that moment. Parrish asks Stewart if they're going to have a problem with his client and Stewart replies no.
He explains to Donovan that they want to put him in prison for three to five years but he wants to discuss a plea bargain and hopefully get his client out in two years. This does not please Donovan as he becomes enraged, yelling Sheriff Stilinski's name. He stands there in embarrassment and disbelief as his clients proceeds threaten Sheriff Stilinski's life multiple times. While in the transport vehicle, he sarcastically congratulates Donovan on a job well done with threatening the sheriff in front of his deputies and his son, he tells Donovan that he'll be lucky to get out in three to five decades. At that moment, the driver begins to speed up, Mr. Stewart asks him to slow down, but he can't , the driver appears to be having a heart attack.
Stewart attempts to gain control of the vehicle from the passengers side, he finally manages to push the drivers foot off the pedal and hit the breaks. The vehicle finally comes to a stop but then they begin to hear something on the roof, Mr. Stewart looks over and sees Tracy outside the vehicle, she punches through the window and claws the driver, he then begins screaming her name as the officer in the back of the vehicle begins shooting at Tracy. He manages to escape the vehicle as Tracy kills the officer, but she then ends up right behind him, Tracy says that she'll never let anything happen to him, he eyes then glow gold and she kills her father.
Beth was a character that was introduced during Season 5 of MTV's Teen Wolf. She was a senior at Beacon Hills High School. She was also a genetic chimera, which made her perfect for the Dread Doctors experiment.
in Lies of Omission,Beth is attending Natalie Martin's biology class. Fellow classmate, Malia Tate was watching her nervously research the supernatural on her laptop when suddenly, her index fingernail fell off and starting bleeding black blood, revealing that she was one of the dozen or so chimeras created by the Dread Doctors. When Beth frantically ran out into the hall, Malia went after her to try to comfort her, but Beth was too overwhelmed and paranoid to listen and instead backhanded Malia so hard she flew into a row of lockers. When Malia finally caught up with her, she found Beth being held in a headlock by The Pathologist, one of the Dread Doctors, who then snapped her neck before Malia could intervene. Malia ran over to check on Beth, but she was already dead and surrounded by a puddle of modified mercury. What kind of a chimera Beth was remains unknown.
Zach was a character that was introduced during Season 5 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was presumably a genetic chimera, so he was taken and experimented on by The Dread Doctors. Zach was some kind of Chimera that has wings.
In Ouroboros, Zach, Hayden Romero and Liam Dunbar were locked in the Dread Doctors' holding cell at the abandoned house. After making introductions, Zach explained that he thought the Doctors had taken something off of his back and asked his new cellmates if they would look for them. When he showed them his back, it was revealed that he had wings protruding from between his shoulder blades that had presumably been severed by the Dread Doctors during their experimentation. He then explained to them what he knew about what happened to the chimeras considered to be "failures," which included forgetting their identity and not being conscious of their actions, followed by uncontrollable violence.
After several hours together, Zach started bleeding mercury from his nose just as the Dread Doctors returned for him. He begged Liam and Hayden not to let them kill him, but since both of them were still weakened from their own experimentation, they were unable to do anything but watch.
In Lies of Omission, Zach's body was then seen laying on the Doctors' exam table with The Surgeon's sword-cane sticking out of his back, confirming that he had indeed been killed for being a failed chimera test subject.
The Unnamed Female Chimera was a character that was introduced during Season 5 of MTV's Teen Wolf. Not much is known about her other than the fact that she was a teenager with red hair, needle-like claws, and she was a genetic chimera which made her suitable for The Dread Doctors experiment.
In Strange Frequencies, as Melissa McCall returns home from work, she enters her house and sees a dead teenage girl on her table, with Kira's sword sticking out of her chest as blood drips onto the floor. Melissa then screams.
In Ouroboros, Melissa calls Sheriff Stilinski for assistance in dealing with the body. When Stilinski arrives, Melissa tells him to leave his badge outside, figuratively and literally. The Sheriff is against this initially, as he has already set his badge to the side too many times, but he eventually agrees. He enters the house and sees the dead teen lying on the table with needle-like claws growing from her fingers and a sword piercing her chest. The Sheriff wonders if anyone has seen Kira, as it was her sword that killed the chimera. Melissa begins to wonder if this was possibly sent as a message to Scott McCall. After seeing this, the Sheriff radios dispatch and informs them of the body, he says its a 187, meaning homicide. Melissa slaps him in the face, and tells him that he knows Kira isn't responsible for the death of the girl. The Sheriff tells her that its murder, and its his responsibility to handle it within the parameters of the law
In Creatures of the Night, she is watching over Lydia Martin as she takes a shower. Nurse Cross becomes aggravated because she believes that Lydia is faking her vegetative state. She begins to taunt Lydia, by calling her a dedicated performer and explaining that she's seen it all before. As Cross and Schrader walk Lydia back to her cell, she orders him to give Lydia a high dosage of medicine which will indeed make her comatose.
In Damnatio Memoriae, while having an out of body experience, Lydia and Meredith Walker watch from outside the cell as Nurse Cross taunts Lydia yet again. She's still under the impression that Lydia is faking her illness, Cross tells Lydia that someone as dangerous as her can be locked up for the rest of her life.
In The Sword and the Spirit, Nurse Cross enters Lydia's cell as Natalie Martin threatens to ban Stiles Stilinski from visiting Lydia again. Cross then prepares Lydia for her shower. As Lydia takes her shower, Nurse Cross waits across the room with a towel, she explains that she knows Lydia is just pretending in order to get the staff to drop their guard.
In Amplification, she and Dr. Valack walk down an old and abandoned corridor underneath Eichen House. They enter a room, Valack opens up a locker and pulls out what looks to be a Dread Doctors mask, it looks very damaged. Valack explains that he hasn't put the mask on anyone in years, and this cause Nurse Cross to question if it'll even work. As she turns away, Valack sneaks up from behind and forces the mask on her head, she screams and then falls down to the floor.
In Creatures of the Night, he and Nurse Cross walk Lydia Martin back to her cell. On the way there, he asks what's wrong with Lydia as he can clearly see something isn't right, Cross tells him that she just faking it. At Cross' request, Schrader prepares to give Lydia a shot of medicine. He stabs her with a syringe several times, appearing to enjoy it, his excuse being that he couldn't find a vein. He then decides to find a bigger vein, he attempts to stab Lydia in the neck with the syringe, but she wakes up and banshee screams which cause the light in the room to explode.
In A Novel Approach, he is working at the front desk as Scott McCall, Stiles Stilinski, Kira Yukimura and Lydia Martin enter. He tells all of them to empty their pockets, he also insists that Kira take off her belt because a patient could take it and use the belt to hurt themselves or someone else. He then stares at Lydia, giving her a strange look.
In The Last Chimera, he and Dr. Valack go to Beacon Hills Memorial Hospital to take Lydia to Eichen House. After getting consent from Natalie Martin, they load her in an ambulance, as they prepare to leave, Schrader says she's really pretty. Valack reminds him that she could kill him just by using her voice if someone was to teach her how.
In Amplification, he is working at the front desk when Theo Raeken, Tracy Stewart, Josh Diaz and Corey enter the building. Tracy is partial shifted, and Schrader can tell that she's a monster, he's visibly frightened by this, Theo tells him that they are there to see Lydia Martin. He is then attacked by the Chimera Pack and left on the ground.
Deputy Strauss is a character that was introduced during Season 5 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He is a sheriff's deputy at Beacon Hills High School, he also just happens to believe in the supernatural.
In Status Asthmaticus, he was seen as a new deputy working the front desk at the station when Stiles Stilinski comes to talk to his father, Sheriff Stilinski. Strauss then witnessed firsthand as Jordan Parrish escaped from his jail cell and walked right out the front door, though he wasn't aware that Parrish used his Hellhound powers to do so.
In The Sword and the Spirit, several sheriff's deputies, including Strauss are sent to Beacon Hills High School after the discovery of 23 dead bodies. A curfew has been put into effect and all after school activities have been cancelled. As the deputies walk through the halls with large shot guns, Strauss is approached by Stiles and Scott, Stiles addresses the excessiveness of high powered guns in a school, Strauss explains that Sheriff Stilinski issued the weapons but he didn't explain to them why. They ask him what does he think is going on, Strauss replies by asking them if they believe in the supernatural.
In Amplification, Strauss is the only deputy on scene of a multiple car pile up, he radios in as fellow law enforcement are chasing down the animal responsible for all the chaos. He informs dispatch that there are multiple fatalities, dispatch asks him is the perk still in sight, Strauss says negative and that it appears it was an animal attack.
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Alex was a character that was introduced during Season 6 of MTV's Teen Wolf. He was the last member of the Turner family to be taken by the Ghost Riders.
In Memory Lost, Hayden and Liam find Alex hiding in the backseat of his parents car, alone, he tells shouts at the couple, "Don’t let them take me. Don’t let them take me too." He is taken to the Beacon County Sheriff's Station, the boy had no recollection of what happened to his parents, Sheriff Stilinksi explains that they have an unusual method that might help them remember, however, it will probably hurt. Alex agrees, Scott McCall digs his claws into the back of Alex's neck, searching through his memories, hoping to learn what happens to the parents. He and his parents were on the drive back home after seeing a scary movie, his mother is worried that the R-rated film was too scary for her son but he insist that he wasn’t scared. A man on a horseback suddenly appears in the road he dismounts, pulls out his pistol, walks toward the vehicle, and shoots out the windsheild, the man takes both his mother and his father.
The next day, as the Sheriff returns to his office, he discovers that Alex is missing, he orders all his deputies, including Deputy Clark to search the station. They soon find him in the holding cell, Alex pleads with Stilinksi lock him in as he's not safe, the sheriff agrees. Leaves begin to blow across the floor as he sits in the holding cell, the wind begins to pick up as the ceiling starts to crumb. He is then taken by the Ghost Riders.
Jayden was a character that was introduced during Season 6 of MTV's Teen Wolf. She was a student at Beacon Hills High School. She also attended the party being held at the McCall House, and because of this she was exposed to thwe Ghost Riders and the Wild Hunt.
Jayden was apparently one of the students that attended the arty thrown by Liam Dunbar and Mason Hewitt at Scott McCall's house in Sundowning. However, she was not seen on screen.
In Relics, Jayden along with all the other students that saw the Ghost Riders during the party are taken to an underground bunker for their own safety. She starts to freak out as she realizes that the Riders will eventually get in and shoot all of them. She becomes frantic, saying that she'll never graduate, she'll never do anything, this is it for her. Malia asks for the stungun in order to shut her up but Argent suggests a less seizure producing way. Shouting at everyone else in the bunker, wondering if any of the others have come to the same conclusion as her, that they'll never be able to leave the bunker. Malia stops her, explaining that the Ghost Riders would have to go through her and Argent first. She questions a scenario where that may not be enough, Malia assures her it will be.