Warehouse 12 is the 12th incarnation of the Warehouse. It was located in London,England. It lasted there from 1830 to 1914 until the Regents decided to move the warehouse to America.
The year 1830 marked the date that most historians agreed the Industrial Revolution had finally taken hold in the world. With the fall of the Russian Empire on the horizon, the Regents chose to move the Warehouse yet again, this time to the British Empire in the city of London, England, a move largely heralded as one of the best locations since the original location of the 2nd iteration, in Alexandria. With increasing industry promoting travel and increased numbers of agents, the Warehouse again expanded its collection, this time with artifacts obtained from locations farther away from the actual Warehouse than ever before thought possible. It was during this time that an unprecedented number of Warehouse upgrades and improvements occurred, all considered state-of-the-art and many of which are still in use today. At some point Caturanga hired H.G. Wells to work at the warehouse when she was getting a tour she was asked what she smelled which was apples which means the warehouse likes her. Durring her tour in Caturanga's Office she was warned not to touch the Pulley Block from the Mary Celeste. When agent McShane came in to give her fire arms training. By the 1890s the Regents were already considering relocating the Warehouse to America. In an effort to prevent the relocation of the Warehouse, and in order to demonstrate England's continuing might, an employee of the Warehouse, named Vincent Crowley attempted to use the Rocket, co-developed by H.G. Wells and powered by Joshua's Trumpet, as a weapon against Germany. During this period Germany and Britain had become embroiled in an arms race. The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire in June 1914, and the outbreak of the First World War in August 1914 marked the closure of Warehouse 12 and the relocation of the Warehouse to America. When they where moving the artifacts to Warehouse 13, Dan Seavey attacked one of their boats, and stole many artifacts, including Aleister Crowley's Ruby Studded Universal Hexagram Necklace and a Piece of the Philosopher's Stone.
- Helena G. Wells - Bronzed by Warehouse 12
- Caturanga - "The Claudia" Of Warehouse 12 (Possible Superviser)
- William Wollcott - HG Well's Partner
- Sir James Eddington - Killed By Vincent Crowley
- Liam McShane
- Vincent Crowley - Killed when H.G. Wells' Rocket took off
- David Luca - Killed by Dan Seavey
- Aleister Crowley's Ruby Studded Universal Hexagram Necklace
- Half Of Philosopher's Stone
- Robert The Bruce's Tartan
- Thaddeus Cahill's Teleharmonium Keyboard
- Pulley Block from the Mary Celeste
- H.G. Wells' Grappling Hook Gun
- H.G. Wells' Time Machine
- Edward "Ned" Lowe's Prayer Censer
- Chester Moore Hall's Achromatic Lens
- Jack the Ripper's Lantern
- Harriet Tubman's Thimble
The proposed, and rejected, spinoff for Warehouse 12 would have focused on H.G. Wells moving to New York and partnering up with a cop who used to fight gangs, as she scoped out a new location for the next Warehouse. The "big bad" of the series, or at least the first season, would have been Thomas Edison (due to, as Jack Kenny said, "how much of a snake he was"). Nikola Telsa would have made an appearance.
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