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  • The episode "Pied Piper" is the nineteen episode of Season 2. The episode originally aired in the U.S on August 16, 2010 on the FOX network.
  • The Pied Piper was a supervillain from Central City
  • The Pied Piper is a supporting antagonist, and one of the two final bosses, of Neverworld The First. He was created after The Neverworlder fused Luigi, King Boo and Dimentio together.
  • The Pied Piper was a Seeker from the Middle Ages. His actions helped to stop a Gremlow infestation in Germany.
  • The Pied Piper of Hamlin is a minor character in Shrek and a minor antagonist in Shrek Forever After.
  • Name: Pied Piper Run Time: 4:17 Written By: Steve Howe, Paul Sutin, Mike Marshall Year: 1995
  • Pied Piper is Queen Delightful's friend and a professor of Do-Re-Mi Academy in "Frankengloom. Delightful invited him to a recital to showcase Roar's singing talent. Pied liked what he saw, and he welcomes him into his school so he can pursue his music dreams. He briefly reappears in the episode "Say Pest to the Dress" when he was asked for help in dealing with the pest problem at the castle.
  • Hartley Rathaway was born deaf to incredibly rich parents. After his hearing was medically restored, he was amazed by music and sound. He developed a vast knowledge of sonics, and using this knowledge, fought the Flash as the Pied Piper. Piper once suffered a nervous breakdown after the Flash apprehended him, so he was sent to Breedmore Mental Hospital to be treated. He apparently improved to the point where they let him use his technical knowledge to fix the hospital's public address system. However, he used this to release hypersonic waves into the hospital, allowing him to escape. However, he was apprehended by someone resembling Reverse-Flash in a matter of minutes.
  • Despite the season 6 cover, this novel is actually set between Womb Raider (season 4 episode 21) and Witch Way Now? (season 4 finale episode 22) as Cole is not seen at all and Piper is not yet pregnant with her first child.
  • Pied Piper is a minor magic spell (or charm or frippery). This will cause a group of insects or vermin to follow the caster for between two and twelve minutes (director rolls). The size of the group diminishes depending in the size of the animal (i.e. more insects than Rats would be affected e.g. 500 and ten respectively)). The creatures affected may be up to 10 rats, 100 beetle or spiders, 500 small flies or ants. These numbers can be double, tripled, and so forth, at the cost of -2 each time (thus 40 rats, with a modifier of -6).
  • [Source] Pied Piper is a minor character in Shrek Forever After. He also makes a brief appearance in the beginning of Shrek, but bears no resemblance to the one seen in the fourth movie.
  • The Pied Piper is a hover car belonging to Ariel Piper and her team.
  • [Source] He is the rat-catcher from the German fairy tale "Der Rattenfänger von Hameln" (The Pied Piper of Hamelin) [1]. Geralt encounters him in the Land of a Thousand Fables, where the Pied Piper is followed by a bunch of rats while he's playing on a flute.
  • The entity crashed to Earth in the Weserbergland Mountains in Lower Saxony in 1283, and by 1284 had broken loose from the meteorite by feeding on the local inhabitants' fear of the plague. He acted benevolent to the people of Hamelin and rid them of their infestation. However, they refused to pay him and as his first major act, he used his powers to lure the children away in order to elicit fear from their parents; thus he became known as the Pied Piper. (TV: The Day of the Clown)
  • The Pied Piper was a character in Earth folk tale who, by playing his pipe, lured the rat population of the town of Hamelin away from the settlement. The town’s people refused to pay for this services so he used the same ability to lure the town’s children away. A similar legend, that of the Marching Godess, originated from the planet Daffodon IX. In 2370 Odo thought himself much like the Pied Piper or the Marching Godess when he took on the form of an adult Horta to try and lure a group of baby Horta out of the more populated areas of Deep Space 9. (DS9 novel: Devil in the Sky)
  • Hartley Rathaway, alias Pied Piper was born deaf to incredibly rich parents. After his hearing was medically restored, he was amazed by music and sound. He developed a vast knowledge of sonics, and using this knowledge, fought the Flash as the Pied Piper. Piper reformed, however, and, living in New York, put his efforts into helping the homeless. He would go around to stores and restaurants to get food to give homeless citizens every night. One of his many efforts to help the homeless was with Freespace, a squatter's rights group who took over abandoned buildings.
  • In the anime series Eureka Seven: AO, team Pied Piper (チーム・パイドパイパー Chīmu Paido Paipā) is an IFO team that is part of the international organization Generation Bleu, who happens to be their main IFO response team with their backup being either Team Goldilocks or Team Harlequin. Team Pied Piper is the main protagonistic team in the series. Members of the Pied Piper team are led by Chief Ivica Tanović, and Rebecka Hallström. There are other various members of Pied Piper, along with the teams IFO pilots.
Season
  • 2
Pets
  • Rats
Alignment
  • Bad later neutral
Goal
  • To help Rumpelstiltskin catch all the ogres
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  • Rumpelstiltskin yelling at him
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Number
  • 19
Previous
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  • The Pied Piper's basic appearance
Box Title
  • Pied Piper
Voice
Appearances
  • Hover Car Racer
Movement
Faction
Eyes
  • Black
Origin
Power
Likes
  • Playing his flute
Status
  • Unknown
  • Living
Appearance
Affiliation
First Appearance
  • "Gremlow Infestation!"
  • Neverworld The First
Hair
  • Brown
  • Gray
Actor
  • Bradley Walsh
Name
Personality
  • Funny, supercilious, arrogant, rude, bothersome
Airdate
  • 2010-08-16
  • Debbie Viguie
Caption
  • Pied Piper
  • Pied Piper, as he appeared in Frankengloom
  • Someone's charming San Francisco…
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Fate
  • tormenting Rumpelstiltskin, who is now a captive of the ogres.
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  • Pied Piper
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Alias
  • Elijah Spellman, Odd Bob the Clown, Jeggorabax Energy Entity
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Base
Species
  • 1
  • Human
Title
  • Pied Piper, The Piper
Weapons
  • His flute
Enemies
Class
  • Villain
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  • #3D8252
Real Name
  • Hartley Rathaway
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Relations
  • Mario
Owners
Occupation
  • Pied Piper
  • Bounty hunter
  • Professor at Do-Re-Mi Academy
  • Rat Charmer
Family
  • His enchanted rats.
Films
  • Shrek Forever After
Friends
Gender
  • Male
Race
NEXT
Writer
  • Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
Director
  • 0
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  • The episode "Pied Piper" is the nineteen episode of Season 2. The episode originally aired in the U.S on August 16, 2010 on the FOX network.
  • The Pied Piper was a supervillain from Central City
  • The Pied Piper is a supporting antagonist, and one of the two final bosses, of Neverworld The First. He was created after The Neverworlder fused Luigi, King Boo and Dimentio together.
  • The Pied Piper was a Seeker from the Middle Ages. His actions helped to stop a Gremlow infestation in Germany.
  • The Pied Piper of Hamlin is a minor character in Shrek and a minor antagonist in Shrek Forever After.
  • Hartley Rathaway, alias Pied Piper was born deaf to incredibly rich parents. After his hearing was medically restored, he was amazed by music and sound. He developed a vast knowledge of sonics, and using this knowledge, fought the Flash as the Pied Piper. Piper once suffered a nervous breakdown after the Flash apprehended him, so he was sent to Breedmore Mental Hospital to be treated. He apparently improved to the point where they let him use his technical knowledge to fix the hospital's public address system. However, he used this to release hypersonic waves into the hospital, allowing him to escape. However, he was apprehended by someone resembling Reverse-Flash in a matter of minutes. Piper reformed, however, and, living in New York, put his efforts into helping the homeless. He would go around to stores and restaurants to get food to give homeless citizens every night. One of his many efforts to help the homeless was with Freespace, a squatter's rights group who took over abandoned buildings. When Wally West decided to move to Keystone City, Piper helped him out. His parents lived in Keystone, and had always tolerated his adventures as an outlaw until one of his more recent doings. However, he had recently received a letter from his mother inviting him back. He took her up on the offer, only to find that his family was being held hostage by some men who had been hired by the Turtle to recover an account book his father had hoped to use to settle some money problems. However, Piper defeated the Turtle's men and redeemed himself in the eyes of his parents. He decided to stay in Keystone to help them recover. Piper, who has since publicly announced his homosexuality, became a great friend of Wally West's, and often contributed to the Flash's escapades with his technical expertise or acting as an informant. Piper played a key role in helping to stop Kobra's Project Morpheus. He aided Linda Park in tracking his power sources and providing sonic weapons. Piper was framed for the murder of his own parents, who were actually killed by the Mirror Master. This clearly put a great strain on the two Rogues' relationship. With the loss of his family and the disappearance of Wally and Linda, Piper fell back in with the Rogues. hen Inertia gathered them together in a plot to rob the new Flash of his speed, Piper was among their ranks.However, the others were hesitant about including him, considering his past collaboration with the Flash. As a show of faith, he hypnotized a wealthy businessman into wiring his fortune to the Mirror Master and jumping into the ocean. However, he had not entirely abandoned his former ways - the businessman was well-known for taking advantage of the elderly, and after Mirror Master had confirmed the amount in his account, he had it transferred to a charity for homeless children. The Trickster, figuring out Piper's true motives, blackmailed Rathaway into transferring the money to him instead. Piper attempted to turn the Rogues against Inertia once he realized that he had used them for his own purpose. However, he was unable to distract them from killing the Flash. nowing that he would be considered just as guilty as the rest of the Rogues, he and the Trickster decided to work together to stay out of sight. Wanting to pay his respects to the fallen speedster, Piper brought a reluctant Trickster to the Flash's funeral. However, after a speech by Wonder Girl stressing the importance of capturing the Rogues, the two fled and decided and go their separate ways. Outside, they were shot by Multiplex and Deadshot. Ultimately Trickster and Piper were arrested and handcuffed together. However, the two escape. Both Piper and Trickster are then pursued relentlessly by both heroes and villains alike. Eventually the two encountered Piper's former friend of the newly-returned previous Flash, Wally West. Wally confines the two at the Green Arrow/Black Canary wedding, despite the warnings that Deathstroke is planning an all-out assault at the occasion. The two manage to escape the wedding assault, inadvertently picking up Double Down as a passenger. The trio stop at a diner, and hears of Double Down's news of both less and well-known villains being disappeared. The three are then attacked by the Suicide Squad. Double Down is captured, but Piper and Trickster, using an invisibility field decide to follow the Squad and free the other captured villains. Once arriving to their destination (Belle Reve) they encountered and freed Two-Face, and then learning from him about the fates of Earth's villain being exile from the planet. Though Two-Face decided to remain in Belle Reve due to a coin-toss, Trickster and Piper escaped and are again attacked by Deadshot, who pursues them relentlessly until he succeeds in murdering Trickster. With Trickster's death, the cuffs activate a 24-hour self-destruct, which Piper is able to delay with his flute. When the train they are on is submitted to a border check, Piper flees into the desert. Delirious from the heat, he begins to imagine Trickster's corpse is talking to him. After severing the hand from the rest of the corpse, Piper is brought to Apokolips by Desaad. Desaad unlocks the shackles, and claims that Piper can channel the Anti-Life Equation and control the planet. Before the Piper can do so, Brother Eye finishes assimilating Apokolips. Desaad finally gets into Brother Eye's control and convinces Piper to play his flute in order to activate the Anti-Life Equation. Piper agrees to play, but upon hearing that Desaad was the mastermind behind his recent misfortune, in an almost successful attempt to break his spirit and taking control over him, he kills Desaad with a tune. He plays one final time for Brother Eye, a swan song, The Show Must Go On by Queen, that blows up the merged entity Brother Eye/Apokolips, with him still trapped inside, apparently left to die. However, he is later seen alive in the streets of Gotham City, saying that if he was allowed to live for some reason, this time he will play on the side of angels. Piper invaded Keystone City's police precinct, and picks up Trickster's will, which is actually a fake that contains information on the other Rogues, written in invisible ink. He then surprises the Rogues, Zoom, and Kid Zoom. Immobilizing them before he is stabbed from behind in the shoulder by Libra. Although wounded, Piper is able to contribute in the killing of Inertia, by holding him in place for the Rogues with his flute. Piper is later mentioned to have turned himself in to the Central City Police Department.
  • Name: Pied Piper Run Time: 4:17 Written By: Steve Howe, Paul Sutin, Mike Marshall Year: 1995
  • Pied Piper is Queen Delightful's friend and a professor of Do-Re-Mi Academy in "Frankengloom. Delightful invited him to a recital to showcase Roar's singing talent. Pied liked what he saw, and he welcomes him into his school so he can pursue his music dreams. He briefly reappears in the episode "Say Pest to the Dress" when he was asked for help in dealing with the pest problem at the castle.
  • Hartley Rathaway was born deaf to incredibly rich parents. After his hearing was medically restored, he was amazed by music and sound. He developed a vast knowledge of sonics, and using this knowledge, fought the Flash as the Pied Piper. Piper once suffered a nervous breakdown after the Flash apprehended him, so he was sent to Breedmore Mental Hospital to be treated. He apparently improved to the point where they let him use his technical knowledge to fix the hospital's public address system. However, he used this to release hypersonic waves into the hospital, allowing him to escape. However, he was apprehended by someone resembling Reverse-Flash in a matter of minutes.
  • Despite the season 6 cover, this novel is actually set between Womb Raider (season 4 episode 21) and Witch Way Now? (season 4 finale episode 22) as Cole is not seen at all and Piper is not yet pregnant with her first child.
  • The Pied Piper was a character in Earth folk tale who, by playing his pipe, lured the rat population of the town of Hamelin away from the settlement. The town’s people refused to pay for this services so he used the same ability to lure the town’s children away. A similar legend, that of the Marching Godess, originated from the planet Daffodon IX. In 2370 Odo thought himself much like the Pied Piper or the Marching Godess when he took on the form of an adult Horta to try and lure a group of baby Horta out of the more populated areas of Deep Space 9. (DS9 novel: Devil in the Sky) Later that year, when the station was suffering an infestation of voles, Julian Bashir sent Miles O'Brien a pipe with a card reading "It worked in Hamlin". (DS9 episode: "Playing God")
  • Pied Piper is a minor magic spell (or charm or frippery). This will cause a group of insects or vermin to follow the caster for between two and twelve minutes (director rolls). The size of the group diminishes depending in the size of the animal (i.e. more insects than Rats would be affected e.g. 500 and ten respectively)). The creatures affected may be up to 10 rats, 100 beetle or spiders, 500 small flies or ants. These numbers can be double, tripled, and so forth, at the cost of -2 each time (thus 40 rats, with a modifier of -6).
  • [Source] Pied Piper is a minor character in Shrek Forever After. He also makes a brief appearance in the beginning of Shrek, but bears no resemblance to the one seen in the fourth movie.
  • In the anime series Eureka Seven: AO, team Pied Piper (チーム・パイドパイパー Chīmu Paido Paipā) is an IFO team that is part of the international organization Generation Bleu, who happens to be their main IFO response team with their backup being either Team Goldilocks or Team Harlequin. Team Pied Piper is the main protagonistic team in the series. Members of the Pied Piper team are led by Chief Ivica Tanović, and Rebecka Hallström. There are other various members of Pied Piper, along with the teams IFO pilots. The team has an IFO mothership, which is called the Triton, that is able to descend from low earth orbit, and it is able to float on or above the water. The name Pied Piper was chosen by the Chief because of its reference to the Pied Piper of Hamelin in the Middle Ages. Ivica's goal was to lead the operation of IFOs, which could only be used by children.
  • The Pied Piper is a hover car belonging to Ariel Piper and her team.
  • [Source] He is the rat-catcher from the German fairy tale "Der Rattenfänger von Hameln" (The Pied Piper of Hamelin) [1]. Geralt encounters him in the Land of a Thousand Fables, where the Pied Piper is followed by a bunch of rats while he's playing on a flute.
  • The entity crashed to Earth in the Weserbergland Mountains in Lower Saxony in 1283, and by 1284 had broken loose from the meteorite by feeding on the local inhabitants' fear of the plague. He acted benevolent to the people of Hamelin and rid them of their infestation. However, they refused to pay him and as his first major act, he used his powers to lure the children away in order to elicit fear from their parents; thus he became known as the Pied Piper. (TV: The Day of the Clown) The Pied Piper took the children to his own realm, which included such wonders as toffee apple trees, lemonade fountains and a barley sugar grove, but they soon tired of these and began longing for their parents. The First Doctor, John and Gillian arrived and decided to help free the children. They travelled to the Pied Piper's castle, where the Piper challenged the Doctor to pass three tests or become his prisoner. The Doctor used various technological tricks to pass the tests, then led the children back to Hamelin. (COMIC: Challenge of the Piper) Over the next seven hundred years, he continued to abduct children in order to create fear. One notable stint was an eight year period between 1932 and 1940, in America, as "Odd Bob the Clown". Among the kidnapped children were Louis Arbourne, Melissa Deaver, Barbara Knorr and 26 children of the Millhouse community. Odd Bob was also responsible for instilling coulrophobia in young Sarah Jane Smith as he saw her as a potential threat in the near future. In 2009, he set up Spellman's Magical Museum of the Circus in London in order to steal children from the city. This was made possible by the fact that the Weserbergland meteorite was on loan to the nearby Pharos Institute. He managed to kidnap several children, among those were Tony Warner, David Finn, Jeremy Larsson and Tricia Chan. The now adult Sarah Jane Smith prevented him from stealing more children from Park Vale Comprehensive School, but he abducted Luke Smith and imprisoned him in his hall of mirrors. With the help of Rani Chandra and Clyde Langer, Sarah Jane overcame her fears, which weakened him to the point where she could force him back into a fragment of the Weserbergland meteorite. She then placed the fragment in an alien box from which nothing could escape. All the children that had disappeared within the previous weeks in Ealing reappeared when the Pied Piper was defeated.(TV: The Day of the Clown)
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