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Celeste is an inoperative Elder that has lived since sometime before the Salem Witch Trials. She is part of those responsible for the creation of Whitelighters and therefore Darklighters as well. She has long since been out of commission from her duties as an Elder. Through the use of a magical watch, Celeste has been able to prolong her life for at least five hundred years.

Most recently, Celeste was rescued by the Charmed Ones from a member of an organization hunting magical beings. She cast a dangerous spell on the sisters in hopes of bringing them closer together and effectively helped them restore the Power of Three. She is currently in hiding to avoid the hunters.

History

Early Life

TBA

Throughout the Series

Season 2

In "Third Time's the Charm", TBA

In "Unsafe Space", TBA

Personality

Physical Appearance

Powers and Abilities

Basic Powers
Active Powers
  • Power Granting: The ability to grant magical power to another being. This is a collective power that requires the aid of other Elders to turn dying mortals into Whitelighters.
  • Power Stripping: The power to take away other magical being's powers. This is a collective power that requires the aid of other Elders to strip Whitelighters of their powers.
Artifacts

Appearances

Trivia

  • With the appearance of the Elder Celeste, there were three plot holes that contradict the first season of Charmed:
    • Since neither Hunter Caine nor Fiona Callahan killed Celeste, this means that the second sign of the Apocalypse should have not been fulfilled and the Apocalypse should not have happened.
    • Since at least one of the Elders is still alive, the Whitelighters should not have started dying between "Red Rain" and "Safe Space" or , at least, not all of them.
    • Since Celeste was out of commission or possibly retired at this point, this could have had something to do with her not being a part of the prophecy. However, in that case, it becomes unclear why Charity Callahan was not stripped of her status of an Elder for a series of murders before being sent to Tartarus (although, it is possible that Alastor simply got her out before they could do that).

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