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    Gideon (Earth-1: Pre-Crisis)/Waverider

    For other uses of Gideon, see Gideon (Disambiguation).




    As powerful as you are, you're just a set of algorithms, a closed system. There's so much you can't understand. But you are a part of me because all of the clashing emotions, all the good moments, and the pain we survived despite ourselves, all of that helps us evolve. That's what the Legends are shown me. So we're going to coexist, but I'm steering the ship from now on.
    — Gideon to her algorithmic self[src]

    Captain Gideon is the former artificial intelligence system of the Waverider and a member of the Legends of Tomorrow. After the destruction of the Waverider, Gideon was resurrected by Astra Logue and returned in a human body.

    In an erased timeline where Mick, Ray and Nate were killed by Fairy Godmother, Gideon operates as Hard Drive of the S.O.S. while assassinating Magical Fugitives across the timeline. This timeline was later erased when Charlie intervened in the mission.

    Biography[edit | hide | hide all]

    Original Multiverse[edit | hide]

    Operating the Waverider[edit | hide]

    For thirteen years, Gideon has been the A.I. system of the Waverider and made a close relationship with Captain Hunter. According to the both of them, Gideon is able to pilot the Waverider without the need of a crew.[10]

    Joining the Legends[edit | hide]

    In 2016, Rip Hunter recruited eight men and women who are insignificant to the timeline as his team. Gideon joined the team and aided the group in order to travel across time to defeat Vandal Savage.[10]

    Near-Death Experience[edit | hide]

    In order to kill Vandal Savage, Gideon and a part of the team went to 2021 when Savage is at his weakest. However, the meteor that dampens Savage's powers went critical which Firestorm's transmutation nor Atom's Shrink Ray can prevent it. Rip then chose to use the Waverider's tractor beam in order to bring the meteor to the Sun.[13]

    Moments away from their death, Gideon waked the half conscious Hunter and told him that she does not want to die yet. Hunter then told Gideon to throw the meteor to the Sun seconds before their time jump back to twenty minutes ago. As the plan succeeded, Gideon landed the Waverider back to the roof in St. Roch and brought the team back to Star City 2016.[13]

    Slept for 75 Years[edit | hide]

    After the Legends' mission in 1942 New York City caused the team to be time scattered and the ship suffering from critical damage. Hunter ordered Gideon to put Mick Rory in stasis while repairing the ship for seventy-five years. Gideon obeyed the rule and switched herself off until Oliver Queen and Nate Heywood found the Waverider under the ocean.[14]

    Reuniting with the Legends[edit | hide]

    Reactivated by the Legends, Gideon showed them the final message of Captain Hunter and helped the Legends on their further missions despite the lack of Rip.[14]

    Hunter's Return[edit | hide]

    A few months later, Hunter was found in Hollywood as a film school student. He was later taken by the Legion of Doom and was brainwashed as one of their own.[15]

    The Legends then took Hunter back, and he activated a self destruction command on Gideon which caused the vessel to crash. Gideon later offered to enter Hunter's mind in order to bring him back to the physical world after the crash. As Sara and Jax entered, they encountered Gideon in a human form. They worked together to fight evil versions of themselves and later convinced Hunter to return. Before he leaves, he shared a kiss with Gideon and exited his mind.[16]

    Hours later, Hunter woke up and dressed up. He entered the bridge and talked to the Legends. He apologized for overriding her systems and she claimed she remembered the kiss, which she thought it was nice.[16]

    Zari Tomaz's Simulation[edit | hide]

    When Zari Tomaz programmed a simulation to see if timeline alterations could result in good causes, she broke Gideon's system and fell into a sleep after trying to fix her. During her dream, Gideon told her that it was a simulation and the time loops she was experiencing is her own program. As she woke up, she asked Gideon with Gideon denying as it merely a dream.[17]

    New Multiverse[edit | hide]

    Early Life[edit | hide]

    Gideon was created as the artificial intelligence system for the Timeship Waverider, the vehicle for Captain Rip Hunter of the Time Masters.[18]

    Legends of Tomorrow[edit | hide]

    In 2015, Hunter recruited multiple individuals from the timeline and founded the Legends of Tomorrow. Gideon soon monitored the team and expressed her concerns over the team's instability to Hunter. However, Hunter installed a program for her to diverge her priority to protecting the Legends over safeguarding the timeline.[18]

    After the Legends' first mission, Ray Palmer, Leonard Snart, Carter Hall and Sara Lance started an argument before Gideon threatened to open the airlock to eject them all to the Temporal Zone. The four soon obeyed Gideon and separated.[18]

    For the later years, Gideon assisted the Legends in multiple journeys and missions across time. Gideon was also forced to witness the painful deaths of multiple Legends including Martin Stein, Behrad Tarazi and her first captain, Rip Hunter. All the tragedies were processed by Gideon's more analytic side in order for her to maintain peak performance.[18]

    Meet Your Fates[edit | hide]

    Glitching[edit | hide]

    In 2020, Gideon suffered from a virus-like situation and spoke gibberish as well as not working well.[19] Later, Behrad and Nate fixed her and realized that the virus was instead a message from an erased timeline version of Zari.[20]

    Goodbye to an Old Friend[edit | hide]
    Hijacked[edit | hide]

    Into the Cosmos[edit | hide]

    Welcome Back, Captain[edit | hide]
    Stuck in the Temporal Zone[edit | hide]
    Every time I plot an exit vector, it fails to reach Earth. My safety protocols do not allow us to attempt a doomed jump.
    — Gideon to the Legends[src]
    Bishop's Return[edit | hide]
    Destruction of the Waverider[edit | hide]

    A Roaring Rewind[edit | hide]

    Wires and Sockets[edit | hide]
    A Trip Down Memory Lane[edit | hide]
    Masqueradies[edit | hide]
    Maiden Voyage[edit | hide]

    Displaced In Time[edit | hide]

    Broken Machine[edit | hide]
    Assistant[edit | hide]
    Live on Air[edit | hide]

    Fighting Back[edit | hide]

    Existential Crisis[edit | hide]
    Valley of the Shadow of Death[edit | hide]

    Making a Deal[edit | hide]

    I swear to protect and defend the integrity of the timeline with all of my ability until the end of my days.
    And have a little fun while doing it.
    And to have a little responsible fun while doing it.
    — Gideon and Sara Lance[src]

    Capture of Mametz[edit | hide]

    Arrested[edit | hide]

    Capabilities[edit | hide]

    Functions[edit | hide]

    • Connection to the Waverider: Built as the critical system of the vessel, Gideon was able to control the systems of the Waverider easily.[10]
    • Human Emotions: Although Gideon is not a human, she was able to show human emotions with sarcasm.[21]
    • Medical Knowledge: Gideon was capable of healing patients and administer suitable medication.[10]
    • Telepathy: Gideon was able to extract Zari Tomaz's consciousness to her matrix.[17]
    • Timeline Monitoring: Gideon was capable of locating Time Aberrations in the timeline.[22]

    Weaknesses[edit | hide]

    Lord Knoxacrillion's superior technology is...superior.
    — Gideon[src]
    • Archai Technology: When Gideon confronted Lord Knoxacrillion, she was outmatched, and he was able to escape custody.[23]
    • Lock on Earth: If Gideon fails to lock onto Earth, she would no longer be able to plot an exit vector away from the Temporal Zone.[24]
    • Override Codes: As programmed, Gideon could be shut down and disabled when one audibly executes one of the override codes.[25]
    • Protocol 267: Protocol 276 dictates that under no condition can Gideon self-destruct.[11]

    Powers and Abilities[edit | hide]

    Abilities[edit | hide]

    • Pilot: As the former A.I. system of the Timeships Waverider, Gideon is familiar with flying the vehicle.[18]
    • Singing: In order to protect Maude Beaumont's life, Gideon disguised herself with a mask and performed Future Favorite.[5]
    • Timeline Knowledge: Gideon has vast knowledge on the timeline, allowing her to provide crucial information to the Legends. After her resurrection, she retained the ability and assisted Logue and Cruz'a journey to New York City in 1925.[5]
    • Geographical Knowledge: Aside from having vast knowledge on the timeline, Gideon's data bank also includes maps of the United States and allows her to serve as a guide to Cruz and Logue.[26]
    • Multilingualism: Gideon is familiar with multiple languages of Earth, most notably English, Spanish and French.[11][26]

    Equipment[edit | hide]

    Former Equipment[edit | hide]

    • Waverider: Gideon is in charge of the navigation, control and maintenance of the Waverider, with her being the key to flying the Timeship.[10]

    Filmography[edit | hide]

    Appearances[edit | hide]

    Appearances
    Pilot, Part 1 Appears
    Pilot, Part 2 Appears
    Blood Ties Appears
    White Knights Appears
    Fail-Safe Appears
    Star City 2046 Appears
    Marooned Appears
    Night of the Hawk Appears
    Left Behind Appears
    Progeny Appears
    The Magnificent Eight Appears
    Last Refuge Appears
    Leviathan Appears
    River of Time Appears
    Destiny Appears
    Legendary Appears
    Out of Time Appears
    The Justice Society of America Appears
    Shogun Appears
    Compromised Appears
    Outlaw Country Appears
    Invasion! Appears
    Invasion! Appears
    The Chicago Way Appears
    Raiders of the Lost Art Appears
    The Legion of Doom Appears
    Turncoat Appears
    Camelot/3000 Appears
    Land of the Lost Appears
    Moonshot Appears
    Fellowship of the Spear Appears
    Doomworld Appears
    Aruba Appears
    Aruba-Con Appears
    Freakshow Appears
    Zari Appears
    Phone Home Appears
    Return of the Mack Appears
    Helen Hunt Appears
    Welcome to the Jungle Appears
    Crisis on Earth-X, Part 1 Mentioned
    Crisis on Earth-X, Part 4 Appears
    Beebo the God of War Appears
    Daddy Darhkest Appears
    Here I Go Again Appears
    The Curse of the Earth Totem Appears
    No Country for Old Dads Appears
    Amazing Grace Appears
    Necromancing the Stone Appears
    I, Ava Appears
    Guest Starring John Noble Appears
    The Good, the Bad and the Cuddly Appears
    Nora Mentioned
    The Virgin Gary Appears
    Witch Hunt Appears
    Dancing Queen Appears
    Wet Hot American Bummer Appears
    Tagumo Attacks!!! Appears
    Tender Is the Nate Appears
    Hell No, Dolly! Appears
    Legends of To-Meow-Meow Appears
    Lucha de Apuestas Appears
    The Getaway Appears
    Séance and Sensibility Appears
    The Eggplant, The Witch & The Wardrobe Appears
    Egg MacGuffin Appears
    Nip/Stuck Appears
    Terms of Service Appears
    Hey, World! Appears
    Meet the Legends Appears
    Miss Me, Kiss Me, Love Me Appears
    Slay Anything Appears
    A Head of Her Time Appears
    Mortal Khanbat Appears
    Mr. Parker's Cul-De-Sac Appears
    Romeo v Juliet: Dawn of Justness Appears
    Zari, Not Zari Appears
    The Great British Fake Off Appears
    Ship Broken Appears
    Freaks and Greeks Appears
    I Am Legends Appears
    Swan Thong Appears
    Ground Control to Sara Lance Appears
    Meat: The Legends Appears
    The Ex-Factor Appears
    Bay of Squids Appears
    The Satanist's Apprentice Mentioned
    Bishop's Gambit Appears
    Back to the Finale: Part II Appears
    Stressed Western Appears
    This Is Gus Appears
    Bad Blood Appears
    The Final Frame Appears
    Bored on Board Onboard Appears
    Silence of the Sonograms Appears
    There Will Be Brood Appears
    The Fungus Amongus Appears
    The Bullet Blondes Appears
    The Need for Speed Appears
    wvrdr_error_100 not found Appears
    Speakeasy Does It Appears
    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Scientist Appears
    Deus Ex Latrina Appears
    A Woman's Place Is in the War Effort! Appears
    Paranoid Android Appears
    Lowest Common Demoninator Appears
    The Fixed Point Appears
    Rage Against the Machines Appears
    Too Legit to Quit Appears
    Knocked Down, Knocked Up Appears
    The (Ex) Legends of Tomorrow Mentioned

    Notes[edit | hide]

    • Gideon was programmed to laugh using comedy shows laugh tracks. She was also proficient in playing Mortal Kombat.[27]
    • Gideon's override codes include:
      • Matador's Last Strike: This code activates the ship's weapons systems.[23]
      • Spaniel, Broad, Tricycle.: This forces Gideon to obey the commands of the speaker.[2]

    Gallery[edit | hide]

    Promotional Images[edit | hide]

    References[edit | hide]


    Other versions of Gideon
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