To her father
- "Sorry, big brother. The first time is always the most painful. But father is right, we cannot have you betray us."
- —Harper upon stunning Arthur.[src]
At some point in time, Harper met her father and joined him in restoring the glory of the Wizard race. She met Arthur when he arrived at the mansion and later used her power to paralyse him when he tried to escape.
Seeking to make his children immortal like him, Ambrose sent Harper and Bryant to capture merpeople, so they could use Auger Shells to steal their immortality. As they hunted the merpeople, Harper taunted Bryant about his jealousy toward Arthur and his desperation for his father's approval. Bryant then remarked that she was insane and that Ambrose should have kept her locked up.
After Ambrose brought the city of Atlantis to the surface, the wizards were confronted by the Chosen. Harper fought Duncan, Nick, Nathan and Ridley at the same time, though she was ultimately knocked out by Ridley. The twins then read her mind to learn the location of the captured merpeople and Harper was stripped of her powers with a spell. When she later learned that it could only be reversed by the caster, Harper threw a hysterical fit and was put to sleep by her father.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
- Spell Casting: The ability to cast spells and perform rituals.
- Potion Making: The ability to brew magical potions.
- Spiralization: The ability to teleport through swirling blue spirals.
- Electrokinesis: The ability to generate and manipulate electricity. Harper can fire bolts at lighting, which can be used to harm, paralyse or potentially vanquish beings.
- High Resistance: The ability to be highly resistant to physical and magical harm.
Notes and TriviaEdit
- She is the first female Wizard appearing in the series.
- Harper is implied to be mentally unstable and is hinted to have spent some time in a mental institution, as she was determined to never go back to "that place".