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Stephen Canfield
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Darsteller Andre Royo
Erster Auftritt Engel und Monster
Charakterdaten
Superkräfte Schwerkraftmanipulation
Geschlecht
Geburtsort New York, NY
Todesdatum 2007
Wohnort Los Feliz, CA
Wohnsitz leeres Haus in L.A.
Tätigkeit früher Autohändler
Kinder drei Kinder

Stephen Canfield ist ein entkommener Häftling aus Level 5.

Entwicklung des Charakters

Engel und Monster

Sandra durchsucht Noahs Akten und findet einen Verweis auf Stephen und seine Fähigkeit schwarze Löcher, die etwas für immer verschwinden lassen können, zu erschaffen. Canfield hat eine Frau, Elaine, und eine unbekannte Anzahl von Kindern. Er geht zu seinem ehemaligem Zuhause um herauszufinden wo seine Frau ist, aber sie ist bereits ausgezogen und die Wohnung ist leer. Er verliert seine Beherschung und erschafft ein schwarzes Loch, aber schließt es schnell wieder. Er bemerkt Claire zwar, aber sie schießt ihn mit einem Taser bewusstlos. Als er aufwacht erklärt er Claire, dass er kein Monster ist und ruft seine Frau mit Claires Einverständnis an. Er und seine Frau einigen sich bei einem Karussel im Park zu treffen, aber als er gerade gehen will wird er von Noah und Sylar, die versuchen wollen ihn wieder ins Level 5 zu bringen, aufgehalten. Canfield erschafft ein großes schwarzes Loch und rennt schnell weg, Noah, Sylar und Claire zurück lassend. Später findet Claire Canfield allein beim Karussel; seine Frau kam nicht. Noah zeigt sich und versucht Canfields Fähigkeit zu benutzen um Sylar zu vernichten, im Austausch für seine Freiheit. Canfield lehnt ab, weil er nichts mehr hat wofür er leben soll und erschafft ein schwarzes Loch um selbst hereinzuspringen.

Heroes Evolutions

primatechpaper.com hat ein Einsatzfahnder-Profil für Stephen (Akte: C006; Passwort: SCwem43ib). Seie persönaliche Geschichte:

Stephen Canfield's childhood experiences as the only African-American student in a predominantly white, upper-class Manhattan private school helped establish a pattern of delinquency and defensiveness that set him at odds with his father, a former hard-driving assistant district attorney in New York City during the racially charged 1950s and '60s. Stephen always insisted that he had been unfairly punished or wrongly accused for his actions but found little traction with school authorities or his parents, who compared Stephen to his successful sister.

After graduating from a military boarding school, Stephen moved to Los Angeles, where his sister was now an administrator in the Los Angeles County school system. Stephen began dating his future wife, Elizabeth. Their relationship was rocky due to Stephen's sensitivity and temper, but when Elizabeth became pregnant, they married. Stephen found work at a used car dealership and stabilized in his new life. The couple had two additional children.

However, Stephen's defensiveness at work led to friction with his co-workers and community. After losing his temper with a customer, Stephen was fired. Unable to find new work, Stephen's frustration grew, turning occasionally on his family. Their growing distance intensified his emotional distress. One day, Stephen was confronted by his neighbor about a broken lawnmower. During the course of the argument, Stephen manifested his ability to gravitational create a gravitational vacuum]]. His neighbor was never seen again. The resulting police investigation alerted die Firma, and Agent Noah Bennet was tasked with extracting Stephen from police custody.

Despite two years of aggressive testing, the nature of Stephen's vortices remains a mystery. A recent shift in experimentation strategy to focus more on Stephen's control bio-mechanisms was interrupted by Stephen's escape from Level 5 and apparent self-absorption during a recovery attempt by Agents Bennet and Gray. Stephen's exact disposition remains unknown but he is presumed dead.

The case file also includes a psychological profile:

The subject's defining psychological characteristic is his pathological defensiveness, bordering on schizophrenic paranoia, as evidenced by his capacity for breaking with his deeply rooted social norms such as lack of violence. The subject also displays the classic anchoring tendencies of a pathological personality, personified in this instance by his wife and children.

The subject's separation from his emotional anchors initially led to a severe decline in psychological health, but a counseling regime encouraging hope of an eventual reunion with his family was successful in achieving re-stabilization. This strategy also made the subject's movements easy to predict after the subject escaped from his testing confinement. However, the subject quickly deteriorated when confronted with the truth regarding his family's rejection, resulting in an apparently successful suicide attempt.

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weiterentwickelte Fähigkeiten

Stephen Canfield hat die Fähigkeit schwarze Löcher zu erschaffen.

Laut seiner Assignment Tracker Akte auf primatechpaper.com, Stephen's control index is 60%. His data analysis shows his biological level at 25, cerebral at 35, elemental at 55, and temporal/spatial at 90.
Cranial imaging



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Hauptcharaktere

Staffel 3: Claire BennetNoah BennetMaya HerreraAndo MasahashiHiro NakamuraMatt ParkmanAngela PetrelliNathan PetrelliPeter PetrelliTracy StraussMohinder SureshSylar

Wiederkehrende Charaktere

Staffel 3: Lyle BennetSandra BennetElle BishopEmile DankoEric DoyleFlint Gordon, Jr.Meredith GordonDer HaitianerKnoxDaniel LindermanDr. LivitzDaphne MillbrookRachel MillsAdam MonroeKaito NakamuraMaury ParkmanArthur PetrelliStabsmitarbeiterMark SpatneyUsutu

Siehe auch: Sonstige CharaktereCharaktere in der Zukunft • Tiere • Nicht ausgestrahlte Charaktere • Webisoden Charaktere • Besetzung