|Grimm (TV Series)|
|Genre:|| Supernatural drama|
|Production Companies:|| Universal Television|
Hazy Mills Productions
Open 4 Business Productions
|Distributor:||NBCUniversal Television Distribution|
|Filming Locations:||Portland, Oregon & the surrounding metropolitan areas|
|Creators:|| Stephen Carpenter|
|Starring:|| David Giuntoli|
Silas Weir Mitchell
|Country of Origin:||United States|
|Original Run:||October 28, 2011-present|
|No. of Episodes:||88 (List of Episodes)|
Grimm is a television show inspired by Grimm's Fairy Tales that airs on NBC. It is filmed and set in Portland, Oregon. The show was created by Stephen Carpenter, David Greenwalt, and Jim Kouf. Greenwalt and Kouf are 2 of the 5 executive producers along with Sean Hayes, Todd Milliner, and Norberto Barba. The show premiered on October 28, 2011 on NBC. Each episode begins with an imposed excerpt usually referencing the theme of the episode.
Season 1 began filming with the "Pilot" in March 2011, while the rest of the season continued filming in July 2011. Season 1 aired from October 28, 2011 until May 18, 2012 and the season 1 DVD and Blu-ray sets were released on August 7, 2012.
Season 5 will begin filming on June 24, 2015.
Portland Police detective Nick Burkhardt thinks that he has his life all planned. He is a successful detective, has a good working relationship with his boss Captain Renard, his partner Hank Griffin and other officers in the precinct, he has just purchased an engagement ring, and is planning to ask his girlfriend Juliette Silverton to marry him. All his plans are called into question when he sees an attractive young woman suddenly morph into a hag, a change that nobody else notices. Later that day in the precinct a man being charged briefly changes into a lizard-like being, and again no one but him notices. That evening, Nick's aunt Marie Kessler visits him and Juliette. Aunt Marie has cancer and does not have long to live, but before she dies, she has something to tell Nick.
Aunt Marie tells Nick that he is descended from a line of creature hunters, known as Grimms who have the responsibility to protect the rest of mankind from the creatures who are known as Wesen. She also tells him that the trailer she brought with her contains information and equipment to help him in his task. Aunt Marie gives Nick a small antique key, and tells him to protect it with his life as "they" want it.
With help from Monroe, a Blutbad he met while working on case, and Rosalee Calvert, a Fuchsbau, Nick deals with crimes involving several different types of Wesen ranging from the bear-like Jägerbars to the rat-like Reinigen. He soon discovers that there are several inimical Wesen species such as the Hexenbiester and the Blutbaden to the hound dog-like Hundjäger and the Hässlichen. He soon realizes that his unique status as Grimm and cop enables him to become a force for peace, both within the Wesen community and the interactions between Wesen and humans. This, however, does cause problems for Hank as his encounters with the Wesen world cause him to doubt his sanity.
Whilst not knowing what the key represents, he comes to appreciate its value to some factions within the Wesen community when the Hexenbiest, Adalind Schade, nearly kills Hank to make him surrender it. In the process of saving Hank, Nick causes Adalind to lose her Wesen spirit and powers, but not her magical knowledge. In an act of revenge Adalind causes Juliette to fall into a magically induced coma.
The season ends with Nick's mother helping him defeat one of the assassins who had killed his father and who Nick also thought killed his mother, in an abortive attempt to take possession of the Coins of Zakynthos, an artifact that had come into Nick's possession earlier in the year.
The season starts where the previous one ended; with Nick being reunited with his mother, Kelly Burkhardt. She decides that a lengthy stay would be counter-productive, and so leaves after a few days taking the Coins of Zakynthos with her to supposedly destroy them.
Sean Renard wakes Juliette from her coma after taking a potion brewed by Adalind's mother, revealing himself to be a half-Zauberbiest and a Royal in the process. The potion has the unexpected side effect of causing Sean and Juliette to become dangerously obsessed with each other. This situation requires all of Rosalee's apothecary skills to resolve.
Her obsession with Sean Renard is not the only result of Juliette's coma, as she is unable to remember her relationship with Nick. Although she remembers events, she doesn't recall Nick's presence at them. With help from mutual friends and a mystic named Pilar, she slowly begins to regain her memory.
Just before Hank spirals into madness after attacking his therapist and shooting his closet, his abducted god-daughter, Carly Kampfer, woges into a Coyotl during her rescue and Nick is forced to explain about Wesen and that he is a Grimm to prevent him from shooting her. Hank is unsure about the revelations but copes by deciding that he may be crazy, but at least he's not alone.
Adalind conducts affairs with both Sean Renard and his brother Eric with the aim of becoming pregnant and trading the baby with Stefania Vaduva Popescu, the Queen of the Schwarzwald Gypsies, for the return of her powers.
Nick continues to juggle his twin roles of cop and Grimm whilst fending off the attacks of those who seek the key. He finds out the Captain Renard was the instigator of the earlier attempts to take the key, but when he does gain possession of the key, he returns it to Nick.
As Juliette regains her memory she recalls that Nick was trying to tell her something before she fell into a coma, and consults Monroe, who with Rosalee and Bud, introduce Juliette to the Wesen world.
Eric conceives a plan to capture Nick and force Sean to return to Europe using the zombies of Baron Samedi to create chaos in Portland. The season ends with Nick in a coffin in the first stage of a Cracher-Mortel victim; paralysis with a death-like appearance.
Under the effects of the Cracher-Mortel toxin, Nick causes the plane carrying him to Europe to crash, killing Baron Samedi. In his zombie state, Nick kills a man in self-defense before being captured and cured by the rest of the team. A residual effect of the Cracher-Mortel toxin means that Nick's endurance is increased along with his strength. Another side effect is that while sleeping he can appear to be dead, scaring Juliette.
Juliette, with her new-found knowledge of the Wesen world, enthusiastically joins Nick, Hank, Monroe, and Rosalee in their adventures, even discovering a treatment for an old disease, that previously necessitated a death sentence from the Wesen Council.
Adalind's pregnancy continues as she goes through the Contaminatio Ritualis with the help of Stefania, and Captain Renard realizes that the rumored royal baby being offered for sale could be Adalind's. Captain Renard arranges for the assassination of his half brother, Eric, who is replaced in the royal hierarchy by his cousin Viktor.
Monroe proposes to Rosalee and she happily accepts. Monroe's parents come to town after he tells them about his engagement. Once they discover that Rosalee is a Fuchsbau, they angrily disapprove as they are old fashioned and against inter-Wesen relationships. Nick unexpectedly shows up and Monroe's dad, Bart charges at him when he realizes he is a Grimm. Nick punches Bart in ht face before Monroe restrains his dad and both of his parents leave in anger. Eventually, Monroe fixes his relationship with his parents after Bart helps him and Nick fight three Wildesheers at the trailer and Monroe's parents change their opinion on Monroe and Rosalee's relationship.
Wu sees an Aswang woged while trying to help one of his childhood friends. Seeing the Aswang causes him to check himself into a psychiatric hospital for a while after Nick and the gang decide against telling him the truth of the Wesen world.
Adalind gives birth to a girl with the help of Meisner and Adalind regains her Hexenbiest powers. After a brief time of relaxing, Adalind, Meisner, and the baby go on the run as Viktor and the Verrat look for them to get the baby. Adalind, Meisner, and the baby eventually end up in Rafz, Switzerland where the Resistance has arranged for a plane to get Adalind and the baby out of the country. Adalind and Meisner get attacked by Verrat agents, but with the help of Kelly Burkhardt, they make it to the plane. Kelly takes Adalind and the baby to Nick and Juliette's house not knowing everyone's history. Adalind eventually goes to Captain Renard's house and introduces him to his daughter. Nick and Kelly go after her and end up helping Adalind, Renard, and the baby escape Verrat agents. After Adalind stays with Monroe and Rosalee for a few days, Nick, Kelly, Renard, Hank, and Monroe come up with a plan for Kelly to take care of baby Diana. They give her to Viktor who came to Portland, only to disguise themselves as Resistance members and steal her back at the airport before Viktor goes back to Vienna.
After a couple Wesen are killed, Nick discovers that the suspect is a Grimm nicknamed Trubel. Due to how she grew up, she knows nothing about what a Grimm or Wesen are, so Nick brings her to live with him and Juliette, and he becomes her mentor. One day while Nick is at work, Josh Porter comes to Nick's house looking for him. Trubel ends up going with him to where his dad, Rolek, who is another Grimm, is hiding out. Rolek ends up in the hospital due to an illness and after he dies, he leaves all of his Grimm diaries, weapons, and one of the Seven Keys with Nick.
After calling Viktor thinking he still has Diana, Adalind starts making a potion in her mother's old storage unit. After it's complete, she uses a Witch's Hat to inhale the potion's vapor out of the top of the hat. The vapor causes her to transform into Juliette and while the real Juliette is out getting her hair done for Monroe and Rosalee's wedding, Adalind has sex with Nick due to him thinking she is Juliette. On the way to the wedding, Nick and Juliette realize what happened after Juliette accuses Nick of cheating after she found her negligee on the ground and the bed messy.
Trubel stays at Nick and Juliette's house while they are at the wedding. Captain Renard shows up with a potion for Nick after figuring out what Adalind did. After Trubel tells him where the wedding is, he is shot by rogue FBI agent, Weston Steward as he is leaving the house. Trubel calls 911 for Renard after decapitating Weston and takes the potion to the wedding. Just after Monroe and Rosalee are married and being introduced to the guests for the first time as a married couple, Trubel arrives causing the Wesen guests to freak out over her being a Grimm. Trubel is taken to a back room for her safety where Nick realizes that he is no longer a Grimm due to what Adalind did to him.
Main cast listed in order they are credited, after that the list goes by number of appearances.
Physically appeared Wesen
|Physically appeared Wesen|
|Anubis||uh-NOO-biss (In Ancient Greek: Ἄνουβις "Anubis, Egyptian God of the cemetery")||Dog-like creature||Season 3||"Once We Were Gods"|
|Aswang||ah-SWAH-ng (In Tagalog: "monster")||Ghoul-like creature||Season 3||"Mommy Dearest"|
|Balam||ɓaa-LAAM (In Yucatec: "jaguar")||Jaguar-like creature||Season 2||"La Llorona"|
|Bauerschwein||BOW-ur-shvine (In German: Bauer "farmer" + Schwein "pig")||Pig-like creature||Seasons|
1 & 3-4
|"The Three Bad Wolves"|
|Blutbad||BLOOT-baat (In German: Blut "blood" + Bad "bath")||Wolf-like creature||Seasons 1-4||"Pilot"|
|Coyotl||koh-YOO-tuhl (In Nahuatl: "coyote")||Coyote-like creature||Seasons|
2 & 4
|"Bad Moon Rising"|
|Cracher-Mortel||CRA-shay mor-TEL (In French: Cracher "to spit" + Mortel "deadly" or "mortal")||Puffer fish-like creature||Seasons 2-3||"The Waking Dead"|
|Dämonfeuer||DAY-mon-foy-ər (In German: Dämon "demon" + Feuer "fire")||Dragon-like creature||Seasons|
1 & 3
|Dickfellig||DIK-fay-likh (In German: "thick-skinned")||Rhinoceros-like creature||Season 1||"Last Grimm Standing"|
|Drang-Zorn||drahng-tsorn (In German: Drang "urge, stress" + Zorn "rage, fury, or anger")||Badger-like creature||Seasons|
2 & 4
|"The Bottle Imp"|
|Eisbiber||ICE-bee-bur (In German: Eis "ice" + Biber "beaver")||Beaver-like creature||Seasons 1-4||"Danse Macabre"|
|El Cucuy||el KOO-koo-ee (In Spanish: el Coco "the Bogeyman")||Vigilante-type creature||Season 3||"El Cucuy"|
|Excandesco||eks-KAHN-dee-skoh (In Latin: "catch fire")||Devil-like creature||Season 4||"Trial by Fire"|
|Folterseele||FOHL-tuh-zay-luh (In German: Folter "torture" + Seele "soul")||Frog-like creature||Season 4||"Heartbreaker"|
|Fuchsbau||FOOKS-bow (In German: "fox hole" or "burrow")||Fox-like creature||Seasons 1-4||"Organ Grinder"|
|Fuchsteufelwild||FOOKS-toy-fuhl-vilt (In German: fuchsteufelswild "furious as a fox-devil")||Goblin-like creature||Season 2||"Nameless"|
|Gedächtnis Esser||guh-DAYKHT-niss ESS-er (In German: Gedächtnis "memory" + Esser "eater")||Octopus-like creature||Season 4||"Thanks for the Memories"|
|Geier||GY-ər (In German: "vulture")||Vulture-like creature||Season 1||"Organ Grinder"|
|Gelumcaedus||GAY-loom-KY-dus (In Latin: Gelum "coldness" + Caedis "kill")||Alligator-like creature||Season 3||"Cold Blooded"|
|Genio innocuo||JEE-nee-oh in-NO-koo-oh (In Latin: Genio "genius" + Innocuo "harmless")||Tortoise-like creature||Season 2||"The Other Side"|
|Glühenvolk||GLOO-in-folk (In German: Glühen "glow" + Volk "people")||Alien-like creature||Season 2||"Endangered"|
|Hässlich||HAYS-likh (In German: "ugly, nasty")||Troll-like creature||Seasons|
1 & 4
|Heftigauroch||HEFF-tigh-ow-rohkh (In German: Heftig "violently" or "severe" + Aurochs)||Bull-like creature||Season 4||"The Last Fight"|
|HEK-sən-beest (In German: Hexe "witch" + Biest "beast")
TSOW-bər-beest (In German: Zauber "magic" or Zauberer "wizard" + Biest "beast")
|Witch-like creature||Season 1-4||"Pilot"|
|Höllentier||HØ-lehn-teer (In German: Hölle "hell" + Tier "animal")||Hellhound-like creature||Season 3||"El Cucuy"|
|Hundjäger||HOONT-yay-gər; (In German: Hund "dog" + Jäger "hunter")||Hound dog-like creature||Seasons 1-4||"Cat and Mouse"|
|Huntha Lami Muuaji||HOONT-uh LAH-mee moo-AH-zhi (In Swahili: "hermaphrodite" + "tar" + "murderer")||Flatworm-like creature||Season 4||"Double Date"|
|Indole Gentile||EEN-doh-lay jen-TEE-lay (In Italian: "nature" + "kind")||Sweet, doe-faced creature||Season 4||"The Grimm Who Stole Christmas"|
|Jägerbar||YAY-gər-bar (In German: Jäger "hunter" + Bär "bear")||Bear-like creature||Season 1||"Bears Will Be Bears"|
|Jinnamuru Xunte||JIN-nuh-muh-ROO CHOON-tay (In Eastern Maninkakan: jinne "evil spirit" + muruxuntee "person with a limp")||Fly-like creature||Season 2||"Mr. Sandman"|
|Klaustreich||KLOW-shtrykh (In German: klauen "steal" + Streich "prank/trick" or alternatively Klau(e) "claw" + Streich "stroke")||Alley cat-like creature||Seasons|
1 & 3-4
|"The Thing With Feathers"|
|Königschlange||KOE-nig-shlaa-nguh (In German: König "king" + Schlange "snake")||King cobra-like creature||Season 2||"Over My Dead Body"|
|Koschie||KAH-shee (In Russian: Коще́й "Koshchey")||Radioactive skeleton-like creature||Season 3||"Red Menace"|
|Krampus||KRAAM-puus (In German: Krampen "claw")||Anti-Santa creature||Season 3||"Twelve Days of Krampus"|
|Lausenschlange||LOW-zin-shlo-nguh (In German: Laus "louse" + Schlange "snake")||Snake-like creature||Seasons|
1 & 3
|"Of Mouse and Man"|
|Lebensauger||LAY-bən-zow-gər (In German: Leben "life" + sauger "sucker")||Leech-like creature||Seasons 2-3||"The Hour of Death"|
|Löwen||LØ-vin (In German: "lion")||Lion-like creature||Seasons 1-4||"Last Grimm Standing"|
|Luisant-Pêcheur||lw-EE-zah pesh-UR (In French: Luisant "shiny" + Pêcheur "fisher")||Otter-like creature||Season 2||"Kiss of the Muse"|
|Luison||lwee-SOH(n) (In Guarani: "wolf-man")||Wolf-like creature||Season 4||"Cry Luison"|
|Malin Fatal||MAH-leh fə-TAL (In French: Malin "malicious" + Fatal "fatal")||Boar-like creature||Season 3||"Red Menace"|
|Manticore||MAN-tə-kor (In English: Manticore; from Early Middle Persian: Martyaxwar "a legendary Persian cryptid")||half lion, half scorpion-like creature||Seasons 3-4||"The Good Soldier"|
|Matança Zumbido||mah-TAHN-cuh zoom-BEE-doe (In Portuguese: "buzz kill")||Electric eel-like creature||Season 4||"Death Do Us Part"|
|Mauvais Dentes||MO-vay don (In French: Mauvais "bad" + Dents "teeth")||Saber-toothed tiger-like creature||Season 2||"Bad Teeth"|
|Mauzhertz||MOWTS-hairts (In German: Maus "mouse" + Herz "heart")||Mouse-like creature||Seasons 1-4||"Of Mouse and Man"|
|Mellifer||MEL-ə-fər (In Latin: Mellis "honey" + Ferre "to bear")||Bee-like creature||Season 1||"Beeware"|
|Murciélago||Mur·cié·la·go (In Spanish: "bat")||Bat-like creature||Season 1||"Happily Ever Aftermath"|
|Musai||moo-ZY-ee (In Ancient Greek: Μοῦσαι "muses")||Muse-like creature||Season 2||"Kiss of the Muse"|
|Naiad||NY-ad (In Middle English: ""water nymph"")||Mermaid-like creature||Season 3||"One Night Stand"|
|Nuckelavee||noo-keh-LAA-vee (In Scottish Gaelic: Nuckelavee)||Horse-like creature||Seasons|
2 & 4
|Pflichttreue||PFLIKHT-troy-ə (In German: "one who is dutiful")||White panther-like creature||Seasons 3-4||"Stories We Tell Our Young"|
|Phansigar||FAN-sih-gar (In Urdu: پھانسی (phansi) "to hang (someone)") + (In Persian: گر (gar) "doer")||Komodo dragon-like creature||Season 4||"Highway of Tears"|
|Raub-Kondor||ROWB kohn-dorr (In German: Raub "robbery" + Kondor "condor")||Condor-like creature||Season 2||"Endangered"|
|Reinigen||RY-ni-gin (In German: "to clean")||Rat-like creature||Seasons 1-2||"Danse Macabre"|
|Schakal||SHAAK-aal (In German: "jackal")||Jackal-like creature||Seasons 1-4||"Three Coins in a Fuchsbau"|
|Scharfblicke||SHAARF-blik-uh (In German: Scharf "sharp" + Blicke "sight", "look" or "view")||Owl-like creature||Seasons|
2 & 4
|Schinderdiv||SHIN-ter-dihv (In German: Schinder "flayer" or "oppressor") + (In New Persian: دیو (div) "false god")||Warthog-like creature||Season 4||"The Last Fight"|
|Seelengut||ZAY-luhn-goot (In German: "kindhearted")||Sheep-like creature||Season 2||"The Good Shepherd"|
|Seltenvogel||ZEL-tən-voh-gəl (In German: Selten "rare" + Vogel "bird")||Extremely rare bird-like creature||Season 1||"The Thing With Feathers"|
|Siegbarste||ZEEG-bars-tuh (In German: Sieg "victory" + Barst "burst, broken")||Ogre-like creature||Seasons|
1 & 3-4
|Skalengeck||SKAA-lən-gek (In German: Skalen "measuring scales" + Geck "fop")||Lizard-like creature||Seasons 1-3||"Pilot"|
|Skalenzahne||SKAA-lin-tsaa-nuh (In German: Skalen "scales" + Zähne "teeth")||Crocodile-like creature||Seasons|
1 & 4
|"Last Grimm Standing"|
|Spinnetod||SHPIN-nuh-toht (In German: Spinne "spider" + Tod "death")||Spider-like creature||Seasons 1-2||"Tarantella"|
|Stangebär||SHTAA-nguh-bair (In German: Stange "rod, spear" + Bär "bear")||Porcupine-like creature||Seasons 2-3||"Quill"|
|Steinadler||STINE-ad-lur (In German: Stein "stone" + Adler "eagle")||Hawk-like creature||Seasons|
1 & 3-4
|"Three Coins in a Fuchsbau"|
|Taureus-Armenta||TAH-ree-oos arr-MIN-tuh (In Latin: Taureus "bull", "ox" + Armenta "cattle for ploughing")||Minotaur-like creature||Season 2||"Volcanalis"|
|Varme Tyv||VAHR-muh TEEV (In Norwegian: "heat + thief")||Snake-like creature||Season 4||"Hibernaculum"|
|Vulpesmyrca||vuhl-pis-MIR-kuh (In Latin: Vulpes "fox") + (In Anglo-Saxon: Myrc "dark")||Black fox-like creature||Season 4||"Bad Luck"|
|Wældreór||WAL-DREH-ohr (In Anglo-Saxon: wæl-dreór "blood of the slain")||Diseased canid-like creature||Season 4||"Chupacabra"|
|Wendigo||WIN-dee-go (In Algonquian: "evil spirit" or "cannibal")||Savage, human-like creature||Season 2||"To Protect and Serve Man"|
|Wildermann||VIL-dər-maan (In German: Wilder "wild" + Mann "man")||Bigfoot-like creature||Seasons|
1 & 3
|Wildesheer||VIL-dəs-hair (In German: Wildes "wild" + Heer "army")||Wolf-like creature||Season 3||"The Wild Hunt"|
|Willahara||vil-uh-HAHR-uh (In Old English: willa "pleasure" + hara "hare")||Rabbit-like creature||Season 4||"Bad Luck"|
|Yaguaraté||YAH-gwar-et-aye (In Spanish: Yaguareté "jaguar")||Jaguar-like creature||Season 3||"Eyes of the Beholder"|
|Ziegevolk||TSEE-guh-folk (In German: Ziege "goat" + Volk "people")||Goat-like creature||Seasons 1-2||"Lonelyhearts"|
- Main article: Non-Wesen
|Golem||GOH-lim (In Hebrew: "Shapeless Husk")||Spirit||Season 4||"Dyin' on a Prayer"|
|Jack the Ripper||N/A||Spirit||Season 4||"You Don't Know Jack"|
|La Llorona||lah yor-OH-nuh (In Spanish: "The Weeping Woman")||Ghost||Season 2||"La Llorona"|
|Mishipeshu||mee-shee-PEE-shoo (In Ojibwe: "great lynx")||Spirit||Season 4||"Mishipeshu"|
|Volcanalis||vohl-kuhn-AL-is (In Latin: "The Flamen of Vulcan")||Demon||Season 2||"Volcanalis"|
Mentioned/Seen in Grimm Diaries only Wesen
|Mentioned/Seen in Grimm Diaries only Wesen|
|Abartige Aasfresser||AHB-ar-tih-guh AHSS-freh-suhr (In German: abartig "deviant" + Aasfresser "scavenger")||Hyena-like creature||Season 3||"The Inheritance"|
|Abath||AH-bahth (In English: "female unicorn")||Unicorn-like creature||Season 3||"Blond Ambition"|
|Amarok||UHM-uh-rohk (In Inuit: "wolf")||Yeti-like creature||Season 4||"Hibernaculum"|
|Ammit||AHM-mit (In Egyptian: "devourer of the dead")||Chimera-like creature||Season 3||"Once We Were Gods"|
|Augapfel-Aushacken||OWK-ahp-fel-OWSS-hah-ken (In German: "to peck out the eyeball")||Bird-like creature||Season 3||"Nobody Knows the Trubel I've Seen"|
|Bastet||BAHS-t (In Egyptian: "she of the ointment jar")||Feliform-like creature||Season 3||"Once We Were Gods"|
|Faeteo fatalis||FAY-tee-oh fə-TALL-is (In Latin: Faeteo "stinking" + Fatalis "deadly")||Skunk-like creature||Season 3||"El Cucuy"|
|Fétide Taillader||FEH-tid TAH-yah-deh (In French: "fetid" + "to slash")||Unknown||Season 3||"Nobody Knows the Trubel I've Seen"|
|Fossegrim||FOS-uh-grimm (In Norwegian: Foss "waterfall")||Frog-like creature||Season 4||"Hibernaculum"|
|Gefrierengeber||gə-FREE-rən-guh-BAIR (In German: Gefrieren "to freeze, forming ice or frost" + Gebär "giver")||Unknown||Seasons|
1 & 3
|"Let Your Hair Down"|
|Khepri||KHEP-ree (In Egyptian: "creator")||Beetle-like creature||Season 3||"Once We Were Gods"|
|Lob Hombre||lohb OM-bray (In Spanish: Lobo "wolf" + Hombre "man")||Wolf-like creature||Season 4||"Cry Luison"|
|Mordstier||MORT-shteer (In German: Mord "murder" + Stier "bull")||Bull-like creature||Seasons 1-3||"Game Ogre"|
|Peau de la Mort||POE duh la MORR (In French: "skin of death")||Unknown||Season 4||"Heartbreaker"|
|Peau de la Mort||(In French: "skin of death")||Unknown||Season 4||"Heartbreaker"|
|Rißfleisch||RISS-flysh (In German: Riss "tore, ripped" or Riss "the kill of a predator -> prey" + Fleisch "flesh, meat")||Tiger-like creature||Seasons 1-2||"Game Ogre"|
|Rotznasig Carcaju||ROHTS-naa-zig kar-KAH-zhu (In German: Rotznasig "snot-nosed") + (In Portuguese: Carcaju "wolverine")||Wolverine-like creature||Season 2||"Bad Teeth"|
|Sangrienta Manos||sahn-gree-IN-tah MAH-nohss; (In Spanish: "bloody hands")||Unknown||Season 3||"Nobody Knows the Trubel I've Seen"|
|Schneetmacher||SHNAYT-maakh-ər (In German: Schnee "snow" and Schneien "to snow" + Macher "maker")||Unknown||Seasons 1-3||"Tarantella"|
|Shnabeltiermörder||SHNA-bəl-teer-MØR-tər (In German Schnabeltier "platypus" + Mörder "murderer")||Platypus-like creature||Season 3||"The Good Soldier"|
|Tefnut||TEF-nut (In Egyptian: "that water")||Lion-like creature||Season 3||"Once We Were Gods"|
|Trasque||Trasque (In French: Tarasque "a legendary Galatian dragon")||Dragon-like creature||Season 3||"The Good Soldier"|
|Volkodlak||FOE-kode-lahk (In Slovenian: "wolf hair")||Wolf-like creature||Season 4||"Cry Luison"|
|Waage||VAA-guh (In German: "[weighing] scales")||Unknown||Season 1||"Pilot"|
|Waschbar||VAASH-bar (In German: "raccoon")||Raccoon-like creature||Season 1||"Organ Grinder"|
Seen in Rosalee's books only Wesen
|Seen in Rosalee's books only Wesen|
|Unnamed Hydra-like Wesen||Hydra-like creature||Season 4||"Octopus Head"|
|Grauhund||GROW-hoont (In German: "grey dog")||Greyhound-like creature|
|Spokelseshorn||SPU-kil-suhss-horn (In New Norwegian: spøkelse "ghost" + horn "antler")||Skeletal elk-like creature|
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