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{{Infobox/Character
|image = The_Adversary_Maeve_new_infobox.jpg
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|title = Maeve Millay
|imagecaption = Maeve Millay, awakened in [[Livestock Management]].
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|image = <gallery>
|aka = The Madam
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Maeves1.jpeg|Season 1
|status = Active (Consciousness Achieved)
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Maeve Les Ecorches.jpg|Season 2
|species = [[Host]]
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Maeves3.jpg|Season 3
|age = 40s
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|gender = Female
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|aka = Madam of Mariposa
|actor = [[Thandie Newton]]
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|ID number = CK2702986218 <small>(season 1)</small><br>
|seasons = [[Season One|1]], [[Season Two|2]]
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AC5000487105 <small>(season 1, 2 & 3)</small><br>
|firstseen = "[[The Original]]"
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HC1983012522 <small>(season 1 & 3)</small>
|lastseen = current
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|status = Active <!-- please leave at Unknown -- Reggie -->
|death =
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|species = [[Host]]
|appearedin =
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|actor = [[Thandie Newton]]
|occupation =
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|seasons = [[Season One|1]], [[Season Two|2]], [[Season Three|3]], [[Season 4|4]]
* Brothel Madam (former)
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|firstseen = "[[The Original]]"
|deathdate =
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|lastseen = "[[Crisis Theory]]"
|deathcause =
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|appearedin = 28 episodes <small>[[#Appearances|(see below)]]</small>
|ethnicity = Black British
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|park = [[Westworld (park)|Westworld]] <small>(formerly)</small><br>
|hair = Brown/Black
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[[Warworld]] <small>(simulation, formerly)</small>
|eye = Brown
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|narrative role = Homesteader <small>(formerly)</small><br>
|height =
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Brothel Madam <small>(formerly)</small><br>
|weight =
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British spy <small>(formerly)</small>
|family =
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|family = ([[Homestead Girl|Unnamed]]) - Daughter<br>
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[[Hector Escaton]] - Former Lover <small>(destroyed)</small>
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|age = Late 30s
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|gender = Female
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|ethnicity = African-British
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|hair = Black
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|eye = Brown
 
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{{Quote
 
{{Quote
|The cunning and seductive Mariposa madam Maeve Millay is finely attuned to your desires; her intuition and perception will surely impress.
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|This is the new world, and in this world... you can be whoever the fuck you want.
|Aeden, http://www.delosdestinations.com/
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|Maeve to [[Caleb Nichols]] about the changes they all made, once again repeating her scripted line from her narrative, in "[[Crisis Theory]]"
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{{Quote
 
|Maeve gets off the train, at the end of "[[The Bicameral Mind]]" at which point, we shift to handheld camera, which we’d held back on throughout the entire season until one moment with her, and one moment with Dolores, when Teddy comes to rescue her.
 
|Jonathan Nolan<ref>http://www.vulture.com/2016/12/maeve-westworld-decision.html</ref>
 
 
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}}
   
'''Maeve Millay''' is a Main Character and a [[Host]] in [[Westworld (Location)|Westworld]] who is a brothel madam in the local [[Mariposa Saloon]]. She is one of the first Hosts who appears to question her reality, after a series of flashback events.
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'''Maeve Millay''' is a main character and a [[host]] in [[Westworld (Location)|Westworld]]. She is a brothel madam in the local [[Mariposa Saloon]]. She is one of the first hosts who appears to question her reality, after a series of flashback events - and an apparently chance encounter with [[Dolores Abernathy]] in the street outside the Saloon.
   
== Plot ==
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==Personality==
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Maeve is charming, perceptive, and manipulative. She runs the brothel in the [[Mariposa Saloon]] and is designed to be able to understand the needs of her guests; this includes initially having a high level of [[Bulk Apperception]] (at 14), as she is seen to be in a managerial role. This is eventually changed at Maeve's forceful-request in which it is given the maximum value possible.
{{PAGENAME}}/Season 1|Season 1
 
Dolores Abernathy/Season 2|Season 2
 
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==[[Season Two]]==
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After her [[Season 1]] encounter with [[Dolores]] she started to develop self-awareness and discovered that her skill in manipulating humans extended to the staff of Westworld.
==="[[Journey Into Night (episode)|Journey Into Night]]"===
 
After returning to the hub, she saves [[Lee Sizemore]] from being eaten by the [[Gold Miner Host|Gold Miner]] host he was developing for his new narrative. She quickly reveals she is immune to his voice commands while inspecting a wall map in an attempt to find the location of her "daughter" with the note Felix gave her while she was trying to leave. She then attempts to leave, prompting the terrified Sizemore to offer his help, begging her to escort him to the control center where he can show her a 3D map of the park. To her disappointment, the map is broken due to the violence in the control center. Sizemore learns what Maeve is looking for and offers to give her directions, but points out that her daughter is simply a robot and is not real. Maeve angrily threatens Sizemore before forcing him to lead the way rather than simply give her directions.
 
   
She and Sizemore continue through the Hub, where she encounters the dying Coy Female Host from the Mariposa Saloon, and gives her a command that allows her to die peacefully. A security team arrives, and Maeve pretends to be a staff member, but Sizemore attempts to out her to the team. Before they can take any action, several hosts attack from around the corner and kill several of them, and Maeve retrieves her gun and kills the rest. She then spares Sizemore from death by the hosts, while reminding him that she is perfectly capable of killing him. They make their way up to the Mesa Gold Bar and find a badly injured Hector. Maeve kisses him before explaining her plan.
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As she becomes more self-aware she develops a ruthless streak, controlling the technicians Sylvester and Felix to get what she wants.
   
The three then head to [[Livestock Management]] to repair Hector's wounds. Maeve then makes plans for them to head into the park to find her daughter, and makes Sizemore change into Westworld clothing. However, she makes sure that he first strips for them entirely, putting him in the same vulnerable position he had left her and the other hosts in before.
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Unknown to Maeve, she is following a narrative written for her by Ford. She acts as a catalyst, triggering changes that spread throughout the park.
 
==Personality==
 
Maeve is very charming and perceptive. As the brothel madam of Mariposa she is very composed and is able to read people very well, to find out what they want or need.
 
As she becomes self-aware she develops a ruthless streak, as seen when she threatens to kill Sylvester and later slices his throat open as a demonstration of her new abilities. Since Maeve was programmed to escape, her consciousness was triggered in her encounter with the Man in Black which due to her [[Reveries]] activated her motherly instincts, this was fully potentialized with Dolores whispers in her ears. Her consciousness tends to protect those of her own kind, as she is seen shaken by Clementine lobotomization, when she realises that Bernard is a host and she tells him that both of them deserve a better life, and later sparing Hector since he couldn't leave Westworld.
 
   
 
==Relationships==
 
==Relationships==
 
===[[Clementine Pennyfeather]]===
 
===[[Clementine Pennyfeather]]===
 
Maeve is shown to have a very motherly bond with Clementine, often scolding her for not treating herself better. Even still, Maeve is quick to send Clementine off to do her dirty work for her. After the original Clementine is replaced, Maeve is overcome with grief and attacks the replacement.
 
Maeve is shown to have a very motherly bond with Clementine, often scolding her for not treating herself better. Even still, Maeve is quick to send Clementine off to do her dirty work for her. After the original Clementine is replaced, Maeve is overcome with grief and attacks the replacement.
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===[[Dolores Abernathy]]===
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Maeve and Dolores, both being local to Sweetwater, are familiar with each other. The two begin to question the nature of reality around the same time: Dolores's delivery of the phrase "These violent delights have violent ends" is what puts Maeve on her own journey of self-discovery. Despite this and the fact that they were the first two hosts to become completely self-aware, their brief encounter in [[Reunion]] is strikingly hostile: Dolores is consumed by a need for vengeance against the humans for all they have done, while Maeve has no interest in violence and is simply following her own path. She rejects Dolores's choice to establish herself as a leader of a free movement, which clearly angers Dolores. The two are able to part without any violence ensuing, but their ideological differences on what to do with their freedom are quite clear.
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===[[Felix Lutz]]===
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Felix has a great empathy toward Maeve and hosts generally. He believes she's conscious and alive as he is and even risks his job to help her escape to be free and happy. Felix even chooses Maeve over [[Sylvester]] - he refuses to reformat her completely as Sylvester wanted.
   
== Gallery ==
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== Plot ==
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==== [[Season One|Season 1]] ====
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Maeve Millay/The Original|The Original
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Maeve Millay/The Stray|The Stray
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Maeve Millay/Dissonance Theory|Dissonance Theory
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Maeve Millay/Contrapasso|Contrapasso
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Maeve Millay/The Adversary|The Adversary
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Maeve Millay/Trompe L'Oeil|Trompe L'Oeil
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Maeve Millay/Trace Decay|Trace Decay
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Maeve Millay/The Well-Tempered Clavier|The Well-Tempered Clavier
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Maeve Millay/The Bicameral Mind|The Bicameral Mind
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==== [[Season Two|Season 2]] ====
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Maeve Millay/Journey Into Night (episode)|Journey Into Night
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Maeve Millay/Reunion|Reunion
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Maeve Millay/Virtù e Fortuna|Virtù e Fortuna
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Maeve Millay/Akane No Mai|Akane No Mai
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Maeve Millay/Phase Space|Phase Space
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Maeve Millay/Les Écorchés|Les Écorchés
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Maeve Millay/Kiksuya|Kiksuya
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Maeve Millay/Vanishing Point|Vanishing Point
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</tabview>
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==== [[Season Three|Season 3]] ====
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<tabview>
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Maeve Millay/Parce Domine|Parce Domine
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Maeve Millay/The Winter Line|The Winter Line
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Maeve Millay/The Mother of Exiles|The Mother of Exiles
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Maeve Millay/Decoherence|Decoherence
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Maeve Millay/Passed Pawn|Passed Pawn
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Maeve Millay/Crisis Theory|Crisis Theory
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==Related Casualties==
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This list shows the victims Maeve has killed:
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*Herself ''(Physical Body, Suicide)''
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*2 unnamed Hector's gang members'' (Scripted, Physical Body)''
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*Herself ''(Caused, Physical Body)''
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*[[Sheriff Pickett]] ''(Caused, Physical Body)''
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*2 unnamed host marshals ''(Caused, Physical Body)''
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*[[Armistice]] ''(Physical Body)''
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*Herself ''(Physical Body, Suicide)''
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*[[Hector Escaton]] ''(Physical Body)''
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*Hector Escaton ''(Indirectly Caused, Physical Body)''
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*[[Gitlitz]] ''(Indirectly Caused)''
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*[[Destin Levy]] ''(Indirectly Caused)''
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*22 unnamed [[Westworld QA Security Force|QA Security Force]] members ''(Caused)''
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*1 unnamed receptionist ''(Caused)''
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*3 unnamed [[Westworld QA Security Force|QA Security Force]] members
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*2 unnamed [[Shogun|shogun]]'s ninjas ''(Caused, Physical Body)''
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*At least 20 unnamed shogun's samurais ''(Caused, Physical Body)''
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*At least 53 unnamed shogun's samurais ''(Possibly, Caused or Direct, Physical Body, Off-Screen)''
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*3 unnamed [[Lawrence]]'s cousins ''(Caused, Physical Body)''
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*[[Roland]] ''(Caused)''
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*At least 10 unnamed [[Warworld]] soldiers ''(Simulation, Caused)''
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*[[Hector|Hector Escaton]] ''(Simulation, Caused)''
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*Herself ''(Simulation, Suicide)''
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*2 unnamed Serac's operatives ''(Caused)''
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*1 unnamed security guard of [[The Mortician]]
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*6 unnamed Yakuza members
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*[[The Mortician]] ''(Indirectly Caused)''
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*At least 36 unnamed [[Warworld]] soldiers ''(Simulation)''
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*[[Musashi|Sato]] ''(Caused, Physical Body)''
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*3 unnamed Yakuza members ''(Caused)''
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*[[Dolores Abernathy]] ''(Caused)''
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*6 unnamed [[Serac]]'s operatives
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*[[Engerraund Serac]]
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*[[Rehoboam]] ''(Indirectly Caused)''
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== Known Deaths ==
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Maeve apparently dies 9 times on screen:
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*Stabbed by [[Man in Black]] at [[The Homestead]]<ref name=":0">in "[[Trace Decay]]"</ref>
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*Killed herself with a scalpel at the Behavior Lab in [[Westworld Mesa Hub|the Mesa]]<ref name=":0" />
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*Shot by a guest inside [[Mariposa Saloon]]<ref name=":1">in "[[Dissonance Theory]]"</ref>
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*Shot by [[Sheriff Reed]] and his posse inside [[Mariposa Saloon]]<ref name=":1" />
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*Strangled by [[Bloody Jimmy]] inside [[Mariposa Saloon]]<ref>in "[[The Adversary]]"</ref>
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*Incinerated inside a tent at Virgil's Last Stand<ref>in "[[The Well-Tempered Clavier]]"</ref>
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*Shot by [[Westworld QA Security Force|QA Security Force]] outside [[The Forge]]<ref>in "[[The Passenger]]"</ref>
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*Shot by herself inside [[Warworld]] park's simulation<ref>in "[[The Winter Line]]"</ref>
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*Impaled with katana by Dolores in [[Musashi|Musashi's]] body<ref>in "[[The Mother of Exiles]]"</ref>
   
 
== Appearances ==
 
== Appearances ==
* [[Season One]]
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* [[Season 1]]
 
** "[[The Original]]"
 
** "[[The Original]]"
 
** "[[Chestnut]]"
 
** "[[Chestnut]]"
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** "[[The Bicameral Mind]]"
 
** "[[The Bicameral Mind]]"
   
*[[Season Two]]
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*[[Season 2]]
**"[[Journey Into Night (episode)|Journey Into Night]]"
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**"[[Journey Into Night (episode)|Journey Into Night]]" <small>(flashback)</small>
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**"[[Reunion]]" <small>(flashback)</small>
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**"[[Virtù e Fortuna]]" <small>(flashback)</small>
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**"[[Akane No Mai]]" <small>(flashback)</small>
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**"[[Phase Space]]" <small>(flashback)</small>
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**"[[Les Écorchés]]" <small>(flashback)</small>
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**"[[Kiksuya]]" <small>(flashback)</small>
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**"[[Vanishing Point]]" <small>(flashback)</small>
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**"[[The Passenger]]"
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*[[Season 3]]
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**"[[Parce Domine]]"
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**"[[The Winter Line]]"
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**"[[The Mother of Exiles]]"
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**"[[Decoherence]]"
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**"[[Passed Pawn]]"
   
== Notes ==
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== Trivia ==
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* Miss [[Carrie (1973)|Carrie]] is Maeve's prototype from [[Westworld (film)|Westworld film]].
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* [[Akane]] is Maeve's counterpart in [[Shōgunworld]].
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* As stated in "[[Vanishing Point]]", Maeve is [[Robert Ford]]'s favorite creation.
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*Maeve has the 7th largest kill count in the show with at least a total of 189 caused on-screen deaths after [[Charlotte Hale|Charlotte]], [[Elsie]], [[Clementine|Clem]], [[Rehoboam]], [[Serac]] and [[Dolores]].
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**Maeve has the 5th largest count in the show among female characters after [[Charlotte Hale|Charlotte]], [[Elsie]], [[Clementine|Clem]] and [[Dolores]]. She also has the 2nd largest direct kill count among female characters after [[Dolores]].
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**Maeve has the 3rd largest direct kill count in the show with a total of at least 60 victims killed directly by her after [[Dolores]] with 85 victims and the [[Man in Black]] with 167 victims. Out of her 60 directly killed victims, 17 are human and at least 43 are machines.
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**Maeve has the 4th largest human kill count after [[Rehoboam]], [[Serac]] and [[Dolores]] with a total of 49 human victims. She also possesses the 5th largest direct human kill count after [[Caleb]], host [[Hale]], [[Angela]] and [[Dolores]] with 17 humans directly killed by her.
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**Maeve has the 7th host kill count with at least 140 host victims. She also possesses the 2nd direct host kill count after the [[Man in Black]] with at least 43 hosts killed directly by her.
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* Maeve has at least three different Host ID numbers. Her first known ID# CK2702986218<ref>https://vanschneider.com/behind-the-scenes-of-the-westworld-ui</ref> appears only once early on in Season 1 when she is marked for recall and decommission<ref>Close-up of tablet in "[[Chestnut]]"</ref>. Afterwards, she appears mostly with the ID# AC5000487105<ref>Close-ups of tablets and screens in "[[Chestnut]]", "[[Dissonance Theory]]", "[[The Adversary]]", "[[Trace Decay]]", "[[The Well-Tempered Clavier]]", "[[The Bicameral Mind]]", "[[Kiksuya]]", "[[The Passenger]]" and "[[The Winter Line]]"</ref> (seasons 1-3), and a few times with the ID# HC1983012522<ref>Close-ups of tablets in "[[The Adversary]]", "[[The Winter Line]]" and "[[Decoherence]]"</ref> (seasons 1 and 3). In the episode "[[The Adversary]]", Maeve has the HC ID# when Lutz accidentally crashes her system, and the AC ID# when Lutz and Sylvester show her her base code. In "[[The Winter Line]]", a screen inside the Warworld simulation shows Maeve's profile with the AC ID#, whereas Maeve's profile on Bernard's tablet and Maeve's Control Unit at Serac's building use the HC ID#.
 
* In the episode "[[The Bicameral Mind]]", the moment where Maeve gets off the train marks a "new phase", not just for Maeve (she now has free will), but for the other hosts as well. The showrunners wanted to highlight this moment visually, so they changed the method of filming the tracking shot when Maeve exited the train. Up to this point, tracking shots had always been filmed using Steadicam or dolly mounted cameras, but when Maeve leaves the train, "for the first time in the series, we're seeing handheld photography."<ref>http://uk.ign.com/articles/2016/12/05/westworld-creators-on-the-season-finale-reveals-fords-plan-and-what-to-expect-in-season-2</ref>
 
* In the episode "[[The Bicameral Mind]]", the moment where Maeve gets off the train marks a "new phase", not just for Maeve (she now has free will), but for the other hosts as well. The showrunners wanted to highlight this moment visually, so they changed the method of filming the tracking shot when Maeve exited the train. Up to this point, tracking shots had always been filmed using Steadicam or dolly mounted cameras, but when Maeve leaves the train, "for the first time in the series, we're seeing handheld photography."<ref>http://uk.ign.com/articles/2016/12/05/westworld-creators-on-the-season-finale-reveals-fords-plan-and-what-to-expect-in-season-2</ref>
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* Maeve is the name of a legendary Irish warrior queen who had many lovers and husbands. It literally means "she who intoxicates" and is related to the word "mead", i.e. ale. It may also be related to the name of the fairy queen Mab, pronounced "m /ă/ v" (with the short /ă/ sound, unlike Maeve which is pronounced with the long /ā/ sound), from Celtic folklore.
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* Queen Mab is mentioned in Shakespeare's play, ''Romeo and Juliet''. In Shakespeare's play, Queen Mab is the fairy (an immortal and magical creature) who is responsible for bringing dreams to sleeping people. This Queen Mab is a malevolent hag who punishes unchaste ladies by blistering their lips and making knots in their hair that cause horrid oozing sores. She is tiny and no larger than the image engraved on a stone in a ring.
   
== Trivia ==
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== Gallery ==
* Maeve's Host ID is AC5000487105<ref>Close-up of Bernard's tablet in The Well-Tempered Clavier</ref>
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* Queen Mab, pronounced "m /ă/ v" (with the short /ă/ sound, unlike Maeve which is pronounced with the long /ā/ sound), is a character in Shakespeare's play, ''Romeo and Juliet''. In Shakespeare's play, Queen Mab is the fairy (an immortal and magical creature) who is responsible for bringing dreams to sleeping people. This Queen Mab is a malevolent hag who punishes unchaste ladies by blistering their lips and making knots in their hair that cause horrid oozing sores. She is tiny, and no larger than the image engraved on a stone in a ring.
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==References==
 
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Latest revision as of 07:09, July 9, 2020

This is the new world, and in this world... you can be whoever the fuck you want.

–Maeve to Caleb Nichols about the changes they all made, once again repeating her scripted line from her narrative, in "Crisis Theory"


Maeve Millay is a main character and a host in Westworld. She is a brothel madam in the local Mariposa Saloon. She is one of the first hosts who appears to question her reality, after a series of flashback events - and an apparently chance encounter with Dolores Abernathy in the street outside the Saloon.

PersonalityEdit

Maeve is charming, perceptive, and manipulative. She runs the brothel in the Mariposa Saloon and is designed to be able to understand the needs of her guests; this includes initially having a high level of Bulk Apperception (at 14), as she is seen to be in a managerial role. This is eventually changed at Maeve's forceful-request in which it is given the maximum value possible.

After her Season 1 encounter with Dolores she started to develop self-awareness and discovered that her skill in manipulating humans extended to the staff of Westworld.

As she becomes more self-aware she develops a ruthless streak, controlling the technicians Sylvester and Felix to get what she wants.

Unknown to Maeve, she is following a narrative written for her by Ford. She acts as a catalyst, triggering changes that spread throughout the park.

RelationshipsEdit

Clementine PennyfeatherEdit

Maeve is shown to have a very motherly bond with Clementine, often scolding her for not treating herself better. Even still, Maeve is quick to send Clementine off to do her dirty work for her. After the original Clementine is replaced, Maeve is overcome with grief and attacks the replacement.

Dolores AbernathyEdit

Maeve and Dolores, both being local to Sweetwater, are familiar with each other. The two begin to question the nature of reality around the same time: Dolores's delivery of the phrase "These violent delights have violent ends" is what puts Maeve on her own journey of self-discovery. Despite this and the fact that they were the first two hosts to become completely self-aware, their brief encounter in Reunion is strikingly hostile: Dolores is consumed by a need for vengeance against the humans for all they have done, while Maeve has no interest in violence and is simply following her own path. She rejects Dolores's choice to establish herself as a leader of a free movement, which clearly angers Dolores. The two are able to part without any violence ensuing, but their ideological differences on what to do with their freedom are quite clear.

Felix LutzEdit

Felix has a great empathy toward Maeve and hosts generally. He believes she's conscious and alive as he is and even risks his job to help her escape to be free and happy. Felix even chooses Maeve over Sylvester - he refuses to reformat her completely as Sylvester wanted.

Plot Edit

Season 1 Edit

Season 2 Edit

Season 3 Edit

Related CasualtiesEdit

This list shows the victims Maeve has killed:

  • Herself (Physical Body, Suicide)
  • 2 unnamed Hector's gang members (Scripted, Physical Body)
  • Herself (Caused, Physical Body)
  • Sheriff Pickett (Caused, Physical Body)
  • 2 unnamed host marshals (Caused, Physical Body)
  • Armistice (Physical Body)
  • Herself (Physical Body, Suicide)
  • Hector Escaton (Physical Body)
  • Hector Escaton (Indirectly Caused, Physical Body)
  • Gitlitz (Indirectly Caused)
  • Destin Levy (Indirectly Caused)
  • 22 unnamed QA Security Force members (Caused)
  • 1 unnamed receptionist (Caused)
  • 3 unnamed QA Security Force members
  • 2 unnamed shogun's ninjas (Caused, Physical Body)
  • At least 20 unnamed shogun's samurais (Caused, Physical Body)
  • At least 53 unnamed shogun's samurais (Possibly, Caused or Direct, Physical Body, Off-Screen)
  • 3 unnamed Lawrence's cousins (Caused, Physical Body)
  • Roland (Caused)
  • At least 10 unnamed Warworld soldiers (Simulation, Caused)
  • Hector Escaton (Simulation, Caused)
  • Herself (Simulation, Suicide)
  • 2 unnamed Serac's operatives (Caused)
  • 1 unnamed security guard of The Mortician
  • 6 unnamed Yakuza members
  • The Mortician (Indirectly Caused)
  • At least 36 unnamed Warworld soldiers (Simulation)
  • Sato (Caused, Physical Body)
  • 3 unnamed Yakuza members (Caused)
  • Dolores Abernathy (Caused)
  • 6 unnamed Serac's operatives
  • Engerraund Serac
  • Rehoboam (Indirectly Caused)

Known Deaths Edit

Maeve apparently dies 9 times on screen:

Appearances Edit

Trivia Edit

  • Miss Carrie is Maeve's prototype from Westworld film.
  • Akane is Maeve's counterpart in Shōgunworld.
  • As stated in "Vanishing Point", Maeve is Robert Ford's favorite creation.
  • Maeve has the 7th largest kill count in the show with at least a total of 189 caused on-screen deaths after Charlotte, Elsie, Clem, Rehoboam, Serac and Dolores.
    • Maeve has the 5th largest count in the show among female characters after Charlotte, Elsie, Clem and Dolores. She also has the 2nd largest direct kill count among female characters after Dolores.
    • Maeve has the 3rd largest direct kill count in the show with a total of at least 60 victims killed directly by her after Dolores with 85 victims and the Man in Black with 167 victims. Out of her 60 directly killed victims, 17 are human and at least 43 are machines.
    • Maeve has the 4th largest human kill count after Rehoboam, Serac and Dolores with a total of 49 human victims. She also possesses the 5th largest direct human kill count after Caleb, host Hale, Angela and Dolores with 17 humans directly killed by her.
    • Maeve has the 7th host kill count with at least 140 host victims. She also possesses the 2nd direct host kill count after the Man in Black with at least 43 hosts killed directly by her.
  • Maeve has at least three different Host ID numbers. Her first known ID# CK2702986218[8] appears only once early on in Season 1 when she is marked for recall and decommission[9]. Afterwards, she appears mostly with the ID# AC5000487105[10] (seasons 1-3), and a few times with the ID# HC1983012522[11] (seasons 1 and 3). In the episode "The Adversary", Maeve has the HC ID# when Lutz accidentally crashes her system, and the AC ID# when Lutz and Sylvester show her her base code. In "The Winter Line", a screen inside the Warworld simulation shows Maeve's profile with the AC ID#, whereas Maeve's profile on Bernard's tablet and Maeve's Control Unit at Serac's building use the HC ID#.
  • In the episode "The Bicameral Mind", the moment where Maeve gets off the train marks a "new phase", not just for Maeve (she now has free will), but for the other hosts as well. The showrunners wanted to highlight this moment visually, so they changed the method of filming the tracking shot when Maeve exited the train. Up to this point, tracking shots had always been filmed using Steadicam or dolly mounted cameras, but when Maeve leaves the train, "for the first time in the series, we're seeing handheld photography."[12]
  • Maeve is the name of a legendary Irish warrior queen who had many lovers and husbands. It literally means "she who intoxicates" and is related to the word "mead", i.e. ale. It may also be related to the name of the fairy queen Mab, pronounced "m /ă/ v" (with the short /ă/ sound, unlike Maeve which is pronounced with the long /ā/ sound), from Celtic folklore.
  • Queen Mab is mentioned in Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet. In Shakespeare's play, Queen Mab is the fairy (an immortal and magical creature) who is responsible for bringing dreams to sleeping people. This Queen Mab is a malevolent hag who punishes unchaste ladies by blistering their lips and making knots in their hair that cause horrid oozing sores. She is tiny and no larger than the image engraved on a stone in a ring.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 in "Trace Decay"
  2. 2.0 2.1 in "Dissonance Theory"
  3. in "The Adversary"
  4. in "The Well-Tempered Clavier"
  5. in "The Passenger"
  6. in "The Winter Line"
  7. in "The Mother of Exiles"
  8. https://vanschneider.com/behind-the-scenes-of-the-westworld-ui
  9. Close-up of tablet in "Chestnut"
  10. Close-ups of tablets and screens in "Chestnut", "Dissonance Theory", "The Adversary", "Trace Decay", "The Well-Tempered Clavier", "The Bicameral Mind", "Kiksuya", "The Passenger" and "The Winter Line"
  11. Close-ups of tablets in "The Adversary", "The Winter Line" and "Decoherence"
  12. http://uk.ign.com/articles/2016/12/05/westworld-creators-on-the-season-finale-reveals-fords-plan-and-what-to-expect-in-season-2
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