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Barry learns his actions have made vast differences to the timeline and he goes back in time again in an attempt to further restore the original timeline.
Garrick stops Barry and convinces him to live with his mistakes from creating the "Flashpoint" timeline. As Barry accepts Wally's transition into Kid Flash, Barry struggles with the temptation to use his powers for personal gain.
His struggles worsen upon learning Savitar's identity is a time remnant clone of a future version of himself. After his rogue time remnant is killed, Barry takes Savitar's place in the Speed Force prison to atone for causing the events to have occurred.
He appoints Wally as the new Flash before taking his leave. In season four, Barry stranded in the Speed Force for six months until being freed after Cisco builds a device mimicking his essence so that it can take his place there.
Initially, he apparently lost his sanity due to his time spent in the Speed Force. But after Iris is kidnapped by a Samuroid sent by a mysterious party, Barry rescues Iris and his health is restored.
He claims that has no memories of his initial madness. Barry and the team later realize that the party who sent the Samuroid is stalking them and had strategically manipulated events surrounding Barry's return, creating twelve new metahumans in order to challenge them for a yet-to-be-known purpose.
Barry discovers the culprit is Clifford DeVoe aka the Thinker. After defeating the invaders from Earth-X, Barry and Iris are married by John Diggle.
However, DeVoe frames Barry for murder shortly afterwards; not wanting to risk compromising his loved ones and allies by revealing his secrets, Barry allows himself to be sentenced to life imprisonment at Iron Height Penitentiary by Judge Hankerson, staying in his late-father's cell.
A month later, Ralph Dibny uses shapeshifting power to impersonate DeVoe and help clear Barry of all charges. Through his imprisonment, Barry learns that DeVoe needs to steal the bus metahumans' powers for his scheme.
Barry is forced to take a leave of absence from the CCPD because of lingering suspicions and becomes a private investigator under Ralph. Barry also discovers he could lend his speed to people in near proximity, therefore letting them to enter his Flashtime.
In season five, Barry returns to the CCPD after Team Flash is able to prove the Thinker's existence, but is left dealing with a new unexpected problem when his daughter Nora West-Allen arrives from the future, wanting to change the events that lead to Barry's disappearance in the future.
But because of his Flashpoint experience, Barry fears that Nora is making the same mistake as he did. Barry also facing the threat of metahuman serial killer Cicada inadvertently created by Nora's time traveling actions, therefore proves that his future daughter could potentially be a danger to everyone owing to the irresponsibility despite Nora's intentions; this fear is validated when Barry and Iris learn Nora's allegiance with Eobard Thawne.
After briefly imprisoned Nora in the pipeline, Barry sends his daughter back home out of distrust. He later forgives her following a talk with Iris.
After Cicada is defeated, Barry and Iris are devastated to find out that the new timeline has erased Nora. The two of them view a video that she left in her book thanking her for allowing her to experience being a superhero.
The Time Vault newspaper about the upcoming crisis changes from to In season six, Barry and Iris remain hurt by the loss of Nora despite their anticipation that a version of her might be born in their future.
Barry learns that crisis has coming sooner. He starts prepares the team for a life without him while trying to stop Caitlin's colleague Ramsey Rosso from infecting Central City with his mutated blood powers with him getting controlled by him before his friends saved him.
During the Crisis, Barry learns that he doesn't have to die as the Flash of Earth sacrifices himself in his place. Following the Crisis, Barry finds that the Spectre's abilities that enabled him to enter the Speed Force have infected it.
He works with Cisco and Nash to find a way to create a new Speed Force before he runs out of his super-speed while trying to save Iris from the mirrorverse and stop Eva McCulloch.
Gustin also portrays Savitar voiced by Tobin Bell in his exosuit and Andre Tricoteux in the character's initial portrayal , a temporal duplicate of Barry from a possible future created due to a bootstrap paradox and season three's main antagonist.
Following his imprisonment in the Speed Force after a battle with the Flash in the s, Savitar takes advantage of Barry's post-Flashpoint paradox to regain his freedom and cement his existence by killing Iris so that Barry would be in the right state of mind to ensure his creation.
After H. Wells of Earth averts Iris's death, Savitar makes two final attempts to preserve his existence, but is defeated by Team Flash and killed by Iris.
His body fades from existence. Iris Ann West-Allen portrayed by Candice Patton ; season 1—present is the daughter of detective Joe West and the wife of Barry Allen.
She is based on the DC Comics character of the same name. In season one, Iris is a barista studying journalism through Barry's persuasion initially finding it boring and eventually starts a public blog on "The Streak".
She becomes an investigative reporter for the Central City Picture News through her blogging fame. Iris, fascinated by the Flash, wants to learn more about him.
She begins dating her father's partner, Eddie Thawne, while Barry is in a coma. When Barry admits his feelings about her, she is conflicted.
She later confesses her love for Barry, but he goes back in time and negates the events of that day. Iris learns that Barry is the Flash after he saves her from Reverse-Flash.
She feels betrayed by Barry for keeping secrets and further upset at her father for conspiring with him. Iris chooses Eddie, and she and Barry decide to let things proceed between them naturally.
However, Eddie kills himself to prevent Reverse-Flash from being born. In season two, Iris becomes more involved with the S. Labs team. She encourages Barry to pursue a relationship with Patty Spivot.
Iris learns that her mother is terminally ill and gave birth to a son, Wally, after abandoning her family. She tells her father about Wally, and they meet him at Christmas.
Iris forgives her mother on her deathbed and bonds with Wally after she saves his life. She accepts Eddie's death after seeing his video message recorded by Barry when he is time-traveling in which he tells her how happy she makes him.
Iris reconsiders a relationship with Barry after he breaks up with Patty, and professes her love to him near the end of the season. In season three, during the Flashpoint timeline, Iris assists Wally who fights crime as the Flash and no idea who Barry is.
In the reset timeline, Iris reconciles with Joe after Barry reveals the changes. Iris and Barry begin their romantic relationship, but she wonders if she really is needed.
Barry reassures her, saying that there would be no Flash without her. Iris and Barry become engaged after an encounter with Music Meister. An alternate future Iris is killed by Savitar, but Barry tries to prevent her murder.
Ultimately, H. She, along with Barry, tries to talk down Savitar, another version of Barry, but he continues his plan and attacks Barry when it is foiled.
Iris shoots Savitar through the back to save Barry. In season four, Iris takes on a leadership role with S. Labs, working with Cisco and Wally when Barry is in the Speed Force.
She was adamantly against bringing Barry back from the Speed Force thinking he was dead. After Barry returns with the help of Cisco and Caitlin, Barry and Iris' church wedding is interrupted by Earth-X invaders, and Barry and Iris are married by John Diggle.
However, the DeVoes frame Barry for murder shortly after, leading Barry's friends to try to prove his innocence.
In season five, Iris and Barry meet their future daughter Nora. Iris learns that her future self implanted a power dampener into Nora since infancy to hide her powers.
She also discovers her future self, despite being a good mother, hid the fact that Nora's father was the Flash from her.
This leads to Nora having a negative perception of her mother out of anger and Iris is guilt-ridden by her counterpart's dishonesty.
Iris wants to have a relationship with Nora and to avoid becoming the woman that the latter knew in the future.
Following the defeat of Cicada, Iris and Barry are devastated to find out that the new timeline has erased Nora. Unbeknownst to the couple, the changes of the timeline also causes the newspaper article about the "Crisis" in that Iris's future self wrote to change, advancing the event to occur in With Barry's supports and finances, Iris has founded her own newspaper company, The Central City Citizen.
In season six, Iris and Barry remain hurt by the loss of Nora despite their anticipation that a version of her might be born in their future.
Keeping her promise to Nora, Iris vows to support her yet-to-be born daughter to become XS in Nora's memory. She also struggles of keeping her company running, and has hired photographer Kamilla Hwang and metahuman reporter intern Allegra Garcia.
Iris was later dragged into the Mirrorverse by Eva McCulloch who creates a mirror clone of Iris to do her bidding. Iris later finds out about Eva's plot and starts to suffer from neuro dissonance.
After learning of Eva's plot as she made her way back to the real world, Iris is told that the real Kamilla and David Singh are in the Mirrorverse.
Iris manages to find Kamilla as the neuro dissonance starts to worsen on her. She states that they need to find the real Singh.
When she does find where Singh is, Iris suddenly disappears in front of Kamilla. Caitlin Snow portrayed by Danielle Panabaker ; season 1—present is a bioengineer who works at S.
Labs and is the daughter of scientists Thomas Snow and Carla Tannhauser. In season one, she provides the medical support for Barry Allen's team.
After embracing her loss, she becomes more compassionate and kind. She discovers that Ronnie survived and merged with Professor Martin Stein into the metahuman Firestorm.
Caitlin convinces Stein to let her team help separate the two, which is successful. Ronnie and Stein leave Central City following an encounter with General Wade Eiling.
After Dr. Harrison Wells is exposed as the Reverse-Flash, Caitlin is skeptical until Cisco and Joe find the real Harrison's corpse and discover their mentor's true identity.
In season two, Caitlin is widowed following Ronnie's sacrifice to stop the singularity. She works at Mercury Labs before returning to S.
Labs to aid Barry against Zoom. She is not skeptical of Dr. Harrison "Harry" Wells of Earth-2 and begins a romantic relationship with Jay Garrick, the Flash of Earth Caitlin and Harry develop "Velocity-6" to grant temporary speed, once she learns Jay is dying.
It is perfected to Velocity-9, which repairs Jay's damaged cells and restores her love interest's speed. Caitlin is devastated when the team discovers Jay is actually Hunter Zolomon a.
Hunter abducts Caitlin to bring her to Earth After meeting her doppelgänger Killer Frost and almost getting murdered, Hunter brings Caitlin to Earth-1 to watch Zoom conquer it.
Hunter tries to manipulate her into turning evil, believing Caitlin has darkness inside her. Caitlin returns to S. Labs unharmed to aid Team Flash, though afterward she suffers acute stress disorder, seeing visions of Zoom.
In season three, she is a pediatric ophthalmologist in the Flashpoint timeline. In the reset timeline, Caitlin has developed cryokinetic abilities, which she has very little control over.
Her lips turn blue and her hair becomes white, which prompts Caitlin to use power cuffs to dampen her powers.
Cisco vibes her future as Killer Frost, and Caitlin reveals her powers to the team in which Barry blames himself for her condition afterward. Caitlin uses her powers to rescue Barry from Savitar, which worsens her condition.
Her developing powers have psychological effects, which cause her to develop a form of dissociative identity disorder.
Despite Julian Albert's efforts, Killer Frost's personality takes over and aligns herself with Savitar after unmasking himself as a time remnant of Barry.
Savitar has Killer Frost kill the Black Flash with her powers. However, Caitlin regains control over herself and helps Team Flash against Savitar.
Despite Julian and her mother developing a cure for her condition, Caitlin leaves to 'find herself'. In an alternate , Killer Frost is a metahuman prisoner.
In season four, Caitlin helped Cisco bring Barry back from the Speed Force. She has better control of her powers which she can suppress at will.
She struggles for control with her Killer Frost personality as a result of taking the cure, which partially worked. Caitlin also has problems with the city's criminal element after working for metahuman criminal Amunet Black when Barry was in the Speed Force.
Iris helps both of Caitlin's personalities accept each other. However, Caitlin loses her powers after a fight with Clifford DeVoe who tells her to thaw.
Following a fight with Siren-X, Caitlin sees in an analysis that Killer Frost is still in her and works to find a way to bring her out again.
In the meantime, she makes use of a cryonic weaponry from Cisco which simulates the use of her lost powers. Amunet theorizes that Caitlin was unable to access Killer Frost due to the placebo effect.
Following the defeat of Norvak, Caitlin tells Joe West of this theory and plans to test it out. Later on, Caitlin gets Cisco to help with a memory where it recapped to her that she first turned into Killer Frost at a young age, therefore she has been already a metahuman long before the particle accelerator explosion and Barry's time traveling actions are possibly not responsible for her condition as previously believed.
In season five, as Caitlin works to restore her Killer Frost persona, she discovers that Thomas may still be alive.
In addition, Caitlin suspects that her parents secretly are aware of the developments of her cryokinetic powers. Caitlin becomes Killer Frost again during the fight with her father's Icicle form, therefore Caitlin inherited her powers from Thomas; she would be Killer Frost anyway even if Barry resisted temptation of manipulating the timeline.
Caitlin received her powers after her father tries to cure her ALS with cryogenic treatments, and his alter-ego named her metahuman persona 'Khione' , after a nymph from Greek mythology.
After Icicle escapes, Caitlin is shown an analysis where it was revealed that DeVoe used Brain Storm's power and not Melting Pot's power to suppress Killer Frost.
She also discovers that, despite being a metahuman, her powers are not originated from the dark matter, and this gives her immunity to Cicada's power dampening dagger due to it can only nullify dark matter-powered metahumans' powers.
Using a mental device on her forehead, Caitlin hears Killer Frost's voice as she states that they got a lot of catching up to do.
Killer Frost later assists in the fight against the different Cicadas with the second one killing her father.
During the sixth season, Caitlin works to give Killer Frost who shortens her name to Frost  a chance to explore her own life rather than just bringing her out during moments of crisis, letting Frost control their shared body so that she can explore her own interests.
Caitlin is also troubled by her colleague, Ramsey Russo, whose attempts to cure himself of a rare disease causes him to mutate into a dark-matter-empowered monster who nearly takes control of Central City before Barry manages to defeat him.
After the Crisis concludes with Barry surviving despite predictions of his death, Caitlin assists him in attempts to find a way to sustain his speed after it is revealed that the events of the Crisis essentially infected the Speed Force with Spectre's energies.
Cisco and Ralph find Caitlin suffering from a hypothermic reaction while recuperating from a battle with Sunshine. Once she counters it, Caitlin decides to visit her mother.
Frost was unable to go along with this plan, by Ralph was able to persuade her to visit Caitlin's mother.
Carla shows up to run a short test on Frost before they leave for the arctic. Edward "Eddie" Thawne portrayed by Rick Cosnett ; main season 1; guest seasons 2—3 is a CCPD detective who transferred from Keystone City.
In season one, Eddie is Joe West's partner and Iris West's boyfriend. He is initially jealous because of Barry Allen's childhood bond with Iris.
Eddie is suspicious of Barry's true feelings for Iris despite denials, though Barry and Eddie do eventually end up good friends.
Eddie teaches Barry how to box , which in addition to Oliver Queen's trainings helps Barry be a capable combatant. Eddie initially sees the Flash as a menace and is head of a task force dedicated to the Flash's capture.
He changes his perception of the Flash after a near-death experience with the Reverse-Flash. He later learns of Barry's secret identity and helps in an investigation of Harrison Wells as the Reverse-Flash.
Eddie also discovers that he's a forefather of Eobard Thawne and that Iris may eventually marry Barry. But after a conversation with Martin Stein, Eddie realizes that the future is not set and chooses to stop the Reverse-Flash by killing himself, dying in Iris's arms while erasing his sociopathic descendant from existence.
His body is sucked into a wormhole caused by Eobard's manipulations. In season two, Eddie briefly appears in a vision as a result of Barry's guilt towards his death, and a memorial is set up in the precinct in his honor.
Eddie later appears again when Barry travels back in time to season one's time. Barry makes a video message with Eddie so that Iris can have closure from his death and move on.
In season three, the Speed Force uses Eddie's form to help Barry realize the true meaning of sacrifice. The character's name is referred on Earth-2 from a list of contacts on a phone at Barry's and Iris's home, implying his Earth-2 doppelgänger's existence.
Cosnett was originally slated to portray Jay Garrick in the pilot before the character was changed to Eddie Thawne.
Francisco Baracus "Cisco" Ramon portrayed by Carlos Valdes ; season 1—present is a mechanical engineering genius who works at S.
Labs, also known by the superhero codename Vibe. He is based on the DC Comics character of the same name. In season one, Cisco is a scientist at S.
Labs who has a very relaxed comedic wit as he regularly quotes or alludes to science fiction films and thrillers.
He likes to nickname the metahuman villains they face and comes to consider this his own personal privilege. He develops equipment and an arsenal for Barry and his vigilante allies.
Cisco forms a friendly bond with Ray Palmer the Atom because of their genius intellects, and is an admirer of Dinah Laurel Lance Black Canary.
Cisco is on bad terms with his brother Dante. Despite his close friendship with Barry, Cisco is afraid of the metahumans and fears that his friend may go rogue like his enemies.
He develops various measures, including cryonic and heat guns, to counter the Flash's powers, but they are stolen by criminals Leonard Snart and Mick Rory for that very purpose.
Although Wells considers him a surrogate son, Wells kills Cisco for discovering Wells' true identity. Barry later resets the timeline.
Cisco later learns that this is because he was also affected by the particle accelerator's explosion, becoming a metahuman with the ability to see into alternate timelines and realities.
In season two, Cisco is a technical advisor and metahuman task force armorer for the CCPD, building means to counter super-criminals.
He frequently works with Joe West. Cisco's metahuman abilities develop further, allowing him to see visions or vibes including precognition.
He uses his abilities to locate Earth-2 metahumans through touch, though he is not yet in full control of them.
Martin Stein is the first to discover his secret. Cisco is forced to reveal his powers to the team because of Harry Wells of Earth Cisco adopts the codename "Vibe" and receives a retrofitted visor that can help him control his powers.
He initially struggles to trust Harry due to his experience with Eobard, but he realizes that Harry is not like Eobard.
He still cannot get along with Harry due to contrasting personalities, and admits that Eobard was a nicer guy. He briefly dates Kendra Saunders.
After encountering his Earth-2 doppelgänger, Reverb, Cisco fears that he, too, is on the path to becoming a villain.
However, Cisco works to harness his powers for heroic purposes. Cisco also meets his brother's Earth-2 doppelgänger, Rupture, after Zoom frames him for Reverb's death.
After this, Cisco and Dante reconcile. During an encounter with the Black Canary's Earth-2 doppelgänger, Black Siren, Cisco briefly uses a powerful sonic attack against her.
He also develops the ability to open portals to parallel universes. In season three, Cisco is a billionaire tech magnate in the Flashpoint timeline, profiting by his inventions but also secretly helping Flash Wally West and Iris.
In the reset timeline, Cisco is coming to terms with his brother's death, but his grief worsens when Cisco learns that Barry was inadvertently responsible for Dante's death: Their friendship is strained for a while.
However, Cisco and Barry reconcile after Cisco inadvertently alters history for the worse during the Dominators invasion. Cisco starts to use his powers more, but he refuses to utilize their destructive potential as Reverb did.
He gains confidence that he is not on the same path as his Earth-2 doppelgänger and builds a prototype suit prior to Dante's death.
Cisco's refusal to fully use his powers against Killer Frost gives her a psychological advantage over him. His rejection of his dark side eventually inspires Caitlin to do the same.
Cisco shares a budding romance with Cynthia Reynolds Gypsy , a metahuman bounty hunter from Earth Cisco also struggles to build a friendship with Harrison "H.
In an alternative version of , Cisco lost his hands, and thus the use of his powers, after the fight with Killer Frost.
He replaced them with cybernetic prostheses and became dejected after Savitar's attacks leave Central City without a sense of hope. In season four, Cisco succeeds in bringing Barry back from the Speed Force, after six months of building a device that mirrors Barry's essence—with help from Felicity, Harry, Caitlin, Tracy, Christina "Tina" McGee, and Curtis Holt.
After Barry is sentenced to prison because the DeVoes framed him for murder, Cisco works with Ralph Dibny, who substitutes for the Flash as the Elongated Man.
Cisco and Gypsy break up when they realize their careers and lives are keeping them apart. In season five, Cisco fakes his superhero alter-ego's death after Cicada's attack.
He is forced to take a leave from heroics and is temporarily unable to use his powers because traces of energy from Cicada's dagger have nullified them.
In time, before his powers are restored, Cisco enjoys being an ordinary individual who relies on his intellect. With Ralph's help, Cisco begins to move on from his break up with Gypsy and sees other people.
At the end of the season, Cisco takes the metahuman cure he developed to get rid of his powers so he can have a normal relationship with his new girlfriend Kamilla.
In season six, Cisco has adjusted to civilian life and continues working as a tech expert for S. Labs and Central City Police Department.
When Barry looks into the future, he sees Cisco as Vibe; which would later come true during the Crisis, when the Monitor restores his powers so he can help avert it.
Following the universe undergoing significant changes as a result of the Crisis, Cisco's depowered state is restored and temporarily leaves Team Flash to catalogue said changes.
He was able to find that some of the people they knew are alive and Atlantis is on Earth-Prime. Cisco works with Barry and Nash to find a way to create a new Speed Force.
When it comes to finding a component for a perpetual motion machine that can free Iris, Kamilla, and Singh from the Mirrorverse, Cisco states that he saw one like it in Atlantis and departs to obtain it.
Harrison Wells portrayed by Tom Cavanagh ; season 1—present is, on most earths in the Multiverse, the mind and money behind the S. Labs particle accelerator in Central City.
In season one, Eobard Thawne kills Harrison Wells and assumes his identity. He then creates a particle accelerator that releases dark matter energy in Central City, killing several civilians and granting various individuals metahuman abilities, including Barry Allen.
Nine months later, Wells, along with Cisco Ramon and Caitlin Snow, helps develop Barry's powers as the Flash and mentors him in pushing his speed to the limit to come up with novel solutions to take down metahuman criminals.
Eventually, Thawne is exposed and his plans are foiled when he is erased from existence after his ancestor Eddie Thawne commits suicide, though the Reverse-Flash's existence lingers to preserve the timeline.
In season two, Eobard's last will as Harrison Wells contains a recorded confession for Barry that clears Henry of all charges. Thawne reappears in later seasons, still wearing Wells' face.
Season two features the Earth-2 version of Dr. Harrison "Harry" Wells, the father of Jesse Wells. He, like Eobard, used an exploding particle accelerator to create metahumans, including the psychopathic serial killer Hunter Zolomon as the rogue speedster Zoom.
Harry refused to take responsibility while making a profit by developing metahuman detector technology. But when Zoom kidnaps Jesse, Harry travels to Earth-1 to assist Barry in the fight against Zoom's metahumans and to locate Jesse.
Team Flash, specifically Cisco and Joe, distrust him because of the prior betrayal by Eobard, and Harry himself is mistaken by people, unaware that Eobard's actions ruined his Earth-1 doppelgänger's name and legacy.
Harry meets the Reverse-Flash's younger self, suspecting that the encounter between them is what caused Eobard's future actions towards his Earth-1 self and lead Harry to hate Thawne.
Harry is extorted by Zoom into developing a device to steal the Flash's speed for Zoom in exchange for his daughter's life, a feat that even the Reverse-Flash had failed to achieve.
But Harry confesses to his collaboration with Zoom and gains Barry and Cisco's help rescuing Jesse from Earth-2; Harry and Jesse then seek refuge on Earth After Barry's speed is sacrificed to Zoom to save Wally West, Harry recreates a miniature particle accelerator to help Barry regain these powers.
Although the accelerator explosion causes Barry to disappear, and its dark matter affects both Wally and Jesse, Harry eventually locates Barry at the Speed Force; with Cisco and Iris' help, Harry brings Barry back and Barry wakes Jesse from the coma.
After Zoom's defeat, Harry and Jesse return to Earth-2 with Jay Garrick , promising to help the Flash of Earth-3 return to his own Earth.
Harry returns early in season three after Jesse is revealed to have developed super-speed as a result of the accelerator, but Harry asks the team talk his daughter out of pursuing heroics.
After Barry and Jesse are forced to team up, Harry becomes more supportive of it. Harry helps Joe protect Iris after they arrive on Earth-2 to hide from Savitar, but they fail to stop her kidnapping.
Harry despises his Earth doppelgänger, H. Wells, who he considers a moron, but comes to respect H. In season four's season premiere, it is revealed that Harry was one of the scientists who helped Cisco develop a device to take Barry's place in the Speed Force.
Harry visits Earth-1 again after an argument with Jesse, and helps the team fight Clifford DeVoe, augmenting his intelligence with dark matter to oppose DeVoe before it is revealed that the use of dark matter damaged his brain.
He returns to Earth-2 after DeVoe's defeat, his intelligence restored to a normal human level after further exposure to dark matter.
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