A Few Thoughts on Cry Havoc
As I mentioned in the Grimm Survivor #1 - Season 4 Episodes thread, I wanted to share my thoughts about an episode that I personally regard as one of the best––and probably, one of the most important––in the show to date. There's a lot of great episodes that have come along over the course of the 4 Seasons of Grimm so far, and while some may debate how good really was, it's tough to argue that at the very least, the Season 4 finale will surely go down one of the most memorable episodes in the show's history.
* * * *
The finale picked up right from the emotional ending of (a very important episode in its own right), an ending still so painful to rehash that I'll just say I shut the TV off once the credits started …
Read more >
Fall TV: James Frain on Eric Renard’s “Grimm” Fate
"Will “Grimm” viewers be saying “Goodnight, Sweet Royal” to Captain Renard’s half-brother Eric?
During season two of NBC’s “Grimm,” viewers got to know a lot more about Nick Burkhardt‘s boss Captain Sean Renard, including his connection to the Seven Royal Houses that covertly monitor the Wesen world. One of the most significant revelations was that Renard has a Royal half-brother, Eric, played by James Frain. The cultured, ruthless Eric appeared in six episodes and played a key role in getting Nick out of the way at the end of the cliffhanger finale episode.
But during a conversation with Frain on Friday, the actor — who is currently playing Lord Warwick in Starz’s “The White Queen” –says tha…Read more >
I just wanted to take a moment to highlight a book written by real life Grimms (Jacob and Wilhelm, that is!). The Grimm Brothers, as most of us know, were linguists, but the dictionary they compiled is not as popular as their fairy tales.
Here is an electronic copy of the Grimm dictionary:
If you don't know German, it's probably not worth much to you. However, for scholars of the German language, this is a priceless resource, probably the ultimate compendium of the history of the German language. It contains words that were contemporary in the Grimm Brothers' time, as well as archaic words. Not only that, it explores the history of each word's definition, so it makes for quite an interesting study.
I've found it he…Read more >
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrdC9HetvR0vRead more >
I know had a little bit of Christmas in it back in season 1, but the episode wasn't really focused on it. According to Claire Coffee on Twitter, it sounds like we're getting an ACTUAL Christmas episode like we got a Halloween episode with last season.
Source 1 - Claire Coffee
Source 2 - The writer of the episode
The episode will be the 8th one of the season according to the writer of the episodeRead more >
Check out my new original Grimm fan-made soundtrack!
All the best,
- NicolaiRead more >
imagenes wogeRead more >
Lowens is more strong of wesen jagerbar ,hexenbiest or blutbad? please ask meRead more >
I think they are I mean Adalind said it best if they had met differently they could have had a lot of fun together and a blind man can see they were eyeing each other in that first scene until she turned and he saw for the first time. In there scenes the sexual hate slash tension is so thick you, can cut with a chainsaw. I seriously believe on some level Adalind is attracted to Nick and I suspect on some level he is a attracted to her.Read more >
Read more >
The DVD and Blu-ray will be available on September 17
Looks like the phrase for the season (at least for now) is "The hunter hecomes the hunted" It also looks like they changed the the color that "Grimm" is written again. It's been different every season so far.
The Grimm Facebook and Twitter have updated their looks to go with the new logo and image.Read more >
Only 2 more days until Comic Con and a chance to go to the Grimm panel! Luckily, a couple of Wikia staff and community members will be headed to Comic Con this year to attend the panel on Saturday. If you won't be making it to Comic Con, what kind of questions would you like asked?
Send questions in the comments below and we'll see if we can get answers! For more Comic Con goodies, check out Wikia's Comic-Con Wiki now!Read more >
Click on the "Read more" to get to the link.Read more >
Today, I would like to ask my fellow Grimm fan compatriots a simple yet thought-provoking question:
What would you do if you found out, right now, that Wesen are real and every creature we have seen on the show actually exists?
Would you be excited, happy, scared, mad, surprised, disgusted, flabbergasted, bamboozled, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, or some other adjective? Tell me!Read more >
The two first seasons of Grimm has introduces us to loads of Wesen and let us into the Wesen world. We've been introduces to awesome Wesen like Hexenbiest and Mauvais Dentes, and to entertaining characters like Monroe and Rosalee. We have also gotten quite a few memorable quotes through these two seasons. My question is: What is YOUR favourite quote?Read more >
Just something I was wondering, at the beguining of season two, the opening text is, for the first time not a story but a poem, "The Second Coming" By W.B Yeats. Now upon first look the lines "The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned" are taken to refer to the Mauvais Dentes rampage, however upon looking back I can't help but if it has a few other meanings.
I the line about the "ceremony of innocence" strikes me, considering the seasons tone in comparison to the previous one, I can't wonder if its referring to the fact things got more serious (sure the first season wasn't light hearted, but this one was a lot darker) and not the just the season, Nick's character got a lot darker, in season one he …Read more >
Fall premiere datesRead more >
Simple blog, I'm asking out of all the villains which one did you like most? For me its a tye between Eric Renard and Baron Samdei. Eric's awsome, the fact he can change on a dime from charming to ruthless is impressive, plus he's clearly the most powerful and influnecial villain upto date. He even seems to be shaping up to be the main antagonist (Sure Adalind is the most recuring, but upto date she doesn't seem half as dangerous as he is).
The Baron is also awsome, who thought a old, smartly dressed man singing cheerfuly in French could be that terrifying? And the scene where he releases his zombie minons and they run bast him while he casually walks forward was awsome. Not to mention he is the only villain (except Stark) who has actually …Read more >
Although never expically stated, at this point it would be little more than strange to denine its clear that Grimms clearly possess superior physical abilities, in regaurds to Strength, Durability and Stamina (they also seem to be more agile, fast and possess higher endurance, but that one may still be debatable) However what interests me is I've been wondering, are there abilities constant or do they come when they need them? If they do it may explain why Nick has never been seen reacting in surprise to him pulling off a feat that is cleary beyond a normal man or having to adjust his life to compensate for his new strength.
One incident in particular that interests me is in "The Other Side" during his fight with Pierce Higgins at one point…Read more >
First things being being released are Nick's Key and the Coins of Zakynthos
http://www.dreadcentral.com/news/67790/dark-horse-deluxe-releasing-new-grimm-collectibles-septemberRead more >
Hello i am honay3250 and i am a pyshico fan of Grimm! MY favorite character from Grimm is Monroe. I dont know why but is just.... lets say.... an awesome actor! I hope you enjoy the show as much as i do!
honay3250Read more >
In this challenge, I will post the opening section of a possible episode and you can create the rest of the episode based on the opening and the information given. You will also get the chance name the episode! You can submit your creation as another blog post, but, as to not crowd the Wiki, only a maximum of two people should create a fanfiction for each opening. However, posting your idea in the comments on this page could be an option. After a week or so, the winner will be decided by me and the commenters and the winner will receive, um...pride, or whatever, but trust me, this will be fun.
Our first opening scene is for an episode that will be based on the life of the brutally aggressive conquerer, Vlad the Impaler, who inspired many v…
Read more >
I abandoned by Lost Wesen story, but I had an idea. I love dinosaurs are prehistoric animals, and the Mauvais Dentes was based off an extinct animal. Why aren't there more Wesen based off of extinct animals. So, this episode, based off of the 1999 BBC documentary series, Walking with Dinosaurs, shows a certain Wesen based off of a prehistoric animal, (not a dinosaur) and it means it is a big deal for Nick.
Quote: He is the largest pterosaur in the world, measuring 12 meters from wing tip to wing tip, a true giant of the air.
A man goes through some drawers containing fossils of various animals. He finds a well preversed beak with a keel-like crest at the end of it and has sharp needle like teeth. He lays it on the table, and stares at it. A wo…
Read more >
Create a wesen. Go into as much detail as you like,make up its history or its supernatural power, its up to you.
For example, I would create a kraken wesen. Krakens are aggressive and deceptive predators with 8 powerful tentacles and a razor sharp beak that it uses to feed. Krakens normally live by the sea, where their ability to stay under water for long periods of time make them fantastic fisherman.Read more >
Does anyone here think it would be a good idea to come up with some sort of hand signal for fans of the show to recognize each other by?Read more >
If you need to track and kill a wesen, would you be/hire a Hundjäger or a Raub-Kondor and why? For me I would be a Raub-Kondor, because they seem to be better hunters.
Ok everybody forget the fact that Raub-Kondor hunt for wesen skin. I just want to know who you think the better hunter is. Raub-Kondor or Hundjäger?Read more >
Season 2 left us with way too many cliffhangers, so many that writing this blog post is my first break from crying since it ended. Season 3 is awaiting to expand the Wesen community into areas of untapped potential. So, my fellow Wesen enthusiasts, this I ask of you, what kinds of Wesen do you wish to see for Season 3 ? Do want to see more mythical creature Wesen or more animal Wesen?
Users of the very site you are looking at right now (yes, that's right, I'm watching you) have come up with many ideas I believe the show should use, including:
- hyena Wesen
- piranha Wesen
- shark Wesen
- Komodo dragon Wesen
And many, many, many more. I would love to see many more fish Wesen and water related episodes. I would also want to see more unique rarities and mo…Read more >
I've noticed with the transformations or 'woges' as they are called in this series that a lot of them vary depending on what species they are.
Like for example the reptile and insect ones tend to have slightly more extreme 'woges' and even though the spinnetod is based off an arachnid...I use the spinnetod as an example because of the whole aging condition thing.
Which begs a question I have to ask:
Is it female spinnetod only that have the rapid aging condition or do males have this as well?Read more >
In Grimm Comic Book Volume 1 Number 1, Nick's mom's torturer, Drauz, told her how the Austro-Hungarian empire fell due to an allegiance of anarchist wesen led by Danilo Ilic. Drauz describes Danilo as a "weasel" and the picture of Danilo sure looks like a weasel, it is definitely distinguishable from a Mauzhertz or a Reinigen. Danilo is almost surely not a wesen that we have seen in the show, so what is this weasel-like wesen? I wish they would tell us in some way, I am pretty frustrated by seeing a new wesen and not being able to know what it is called.
I felt a need to vent about this, but feel free to post any insight on the infuriating mysterious weasel wesen, especially if you're, like, a Grimm writer/producer/executive.(;Read more >
The link (panda icon) on the page. I don't know how to fix it, so if someone could tell more or do it themselves I would appreciate it.Read more >
Similiar to previous blog posts, I'm wondering what stories will they adapt for Grimm next season? In season one it was only Fairy tales and a fables, but this season they've included myths, classic literature, poetry and even real live quotes? So what do you think they will bring up next? Granted there are still a lot of fairy tales left to adapte (Snow white, frong prince, Puss in boots) but what else do you think there adapt (loosely)?Read more >
That's right, NBCUniversal, we did know they were coming! After all, how else would you retain viewers over so many months?
Just so we don't forget, here they are:
- Nick just got zombified. Not only that, he's been sealed in a coffin with a forged ID that matches him to a man named Schirick, and he's headed for Europe by air.
- Game over for Frau Pech; Stefania Vaduva Popescu wins. And she's still alive to take advantage of Adalind.
- Stefania's power-restoring solution for Adalind is one step closer.
- Renard has been invited to come home. He'll "think about it".
- Zombies (and a voodoo priest who might not even be mortal) are loose in Portland, and only a Blutbad, a Fuchsbau, and two Kehrseiten know what they're up against.
- Baron Samedi's business with Er…
I'm writing a new story, using a wesen created by That1guy99, called the Alma-Ausente, which means 'soul absent' in Portugese.
As Janice Garvey, 1st grade teacher, gathered up her things to g ohome after a long day at school, she was surprised to meet the school's principle coming into her room with a strange man.
"Hello, sir." she said, putting her purse over her shoulder.
"Janice, You need a vacation, and I'm sorry for springing this on you, but this young man has come in looking for a job, and he will be your substitute for one week." He clasped his hands behind his back, and leaned back, with a happy little smile.
Janice tightened her lips, and stared at the entruder. "I don't need a vacation.
"Oh, come come, everyone needs a vacation…
Read more >
Let's get down to business. The "little spoilers" from Bree Turner and Bitsie Tulloch say someone, a major character, is going to die or "go missing". Of course, with Baron Samedi, "die" could have several meanings. I've read nothing about him leaving, nor anyone else for that matter, so I wonder if this is "planted hyperbole" to get the fanbase up in arms.
My bet is on Sergeant Wu. If ever a character was completely under-utilized, it's Reggie Lee's Sergeant Wu. It could get him into the "Grimm State of Mind" or be the send off for an actor who feels under valued, though his blogs and tweets don't seem to say anything like that.
Thoughts, critics, whatever?Read more >
So, Renard's Confidant knows Frau Pech and Pech wants to meet with Prince Eric. Meanwhile, we have confirmation that the king (Sean and Eric's father) is still alive and we are reminded that dad slept with a hexenbiest. Could that Hexenbiest have been Frau Pech? Have we been watching mom interact with Adalind?Read more >
NBC announced their 2013-14 schedule todayRead more >
Why do the comics show all blutbaden having blue eyes when the show has their red eyes as one of their most notable features (and one of the few in every individual blutbad we see)? And why do the hundjager have it instead?Read more >
You can get Issue 0 of the Grimm Comic Series for free TODAY ONLY.Read more >
So I wanted your opinion on this. Lately while browsing the internet of all things Grimm, I've noticed a lot of fans have been more than bored with "Juliette Silverton". I must admit, I am one of them.
Some fans have said: "Give Juliette a different storyline, she is boring" "Get rid of Juliette" "Juliette is a snooze-fest" etc.
While I see the importance of her in Season 1, since then it seems to me Juliette only adds filler-scenes. I'm unsure if it is the fact the writers have kept her out of the loop when it comes to all things Wesen for far too long. Perhaps it's the fact her and Nick have been separated for far too long as well. And although it is no fault of her own, Juliette comes off as overly naive and desperate.
The writers need to …
Read more >
How come just a few humans know about them? They aren't all that discreet. I mean, you'd think a lava demon running thorugh the street at night would've been noticed by someone. The Jinmaru Xuntee which was completely woged when killed by that HUMAN girl in "Mr. Sandman". Trinket Lipslums, who jumped off a building while woged. The Drang-Zorn girl who bit that one guy's arm, which was seen woged by him and his family. And now, the bird-man who was seen by a SWAT team. You'd think that everybody in the world would've at least wondered if there was anything supernatural going on.Read more >
Which Wesen are you?
Actual Link to the quizRead more >
Out of all the Wesen, I think I like the reinigen the most because of the music thing. Is it a trait that all reinigen have or is just Roddy who was able to do that? I'm curious to know.Read more >
Since this is a wiki to talk about the show I'd like to ask a question to the others on here. Are Ziegevolk and Klaustreich a male only Wesen species?Read more >
All my fanmade Wesen have been combined into one blog entry, I also have a user page for them as well now so I will add them there.Read more >
I've been wondering if there are any morphing programs or sites you can use to turn a photo of yourself or a friend or a celebrity into a Wesen. I have a couple of morphing software like Fun Morph and Fantamorph and have used a site named Morphthing.
But when I do them on morphthing it just comes out weird...it may be because they're not that many good Wesen pictures to use as source images or it might be something else. Are there any morphing programs that can be used for this sort of thing?
The website does not actually have this function but I wish it did.Read more >
These are all my fan-made Wesen, some of these are based off other creatures from folklore or animals that haven't been done or a few others have done.
Boshaftächeln (combination of Ger: Wicked and Ger: Smile): A race of demon-like Wesen that are known for their psychotic tendencies and their ability to decieve their would be victims. They are inhumanly agile and have hearing that is almost bat-like, and they are cunning, manipulative and vicious. In woged state their skin becomes a pale greyish colour as dark red markings form on their arms, their eyes turn an eerie golden yellow and their fingernails lengthen and sharpen as their expression becomes a wicked grin and their teeth become extremely sharp.They speak in much deeper voices…Read more >
I have been apart of this wiki since Grimm started airing in 2011, and I'm in almost every day. But the last months I've been really tired of the topics of blog posts. All post, both on the main page and other, is some dude thinking he has come up with this amazing wesen of his that he want to share. And every time a new user creates a wesen, they will start a new blog. And because of this, other blogs, more relevant to the show itself, will disappear from the main page and will pass by without readers finding them. I beg you, wesen-creaters of Grimm -wiki: Please gather all wesen in one blog post in stead, and then the different contributors can add theirs in the comments, instead of creating a new blog every second hour.
By the way, I am…Read more >
The preview for Grimm's first issue is out! Here it is:
Free Comic Book Day is May 4th. Find out where the nearest participating store is:
The comics are not a duplication of the TV series. In fact, they seem to build upon the show's current state-- Nick freely communicates with both Hank and Renard about the Wesen.
As an aside, the word "race" is used in this preview to denote the different varieties of Wesen. This is (to my knowledge), the first indicator of what word can be used to describe a category of Wesen. Until now, we've had a tossup between "type" and "species" since it hadn't been announced in the sho…Read more >
Oh yeaaaah, I just saw this and I'm dancing of hapiness :D :D :D
Wildschweinenbiest (Ger: Feral, Ger: Beast):
A race of feral marsupial Wesen that are often mistaken for the Beutelbar (Koala-like Wesen), and are known for being the inspiration behind the dropbear in Australian folklore.
They tend to be very animalistic and aggressive in nature but extremely cunning and stealthy.
In their woged state they gain koala-like ears similar to the Beutelbar, as well as shaggy greyish fur and a black nose, but in addition to this they gain a more monster-like brow and sharp vampiric teeth and long clawed fingernails and their eyes glow red.
They are slightly larger than Beutelbars and possess heightened senses and inhuman strength.
It is said that coating oneself with a special kind of spreadable substance is a way …
Read more >