This Imposter Demon is a lower-level demon that impersonated Marisol Vera's spirit in order to trick The Charmed Ones into giving it their powers. The demon first contacted the sisters through the Spirit Board when they called for their mother.
It was portayed by Valerie Cruz.
After meeting her sisters, Macy tells Maggie and Mel that she believes their mother tried to contact her once through a Ouija Board. So, the girls locate their old spirit board in an attempt to contact their mother from the spirit world. They start asking questions and the board starts moving. It spells out: don't trust Harry.
In Let This Mother Out, the Charmed Ones don't know who to trust if they can't trust their very own Whitelighter. But before making any hasty decisions, Macy cautions that they can't be sure that the spirit they're talking to is really their mother. So, with the help of the Book of Shadows, Macy suggests using a Truth Serum potion to test if Harry is telling the truth. Mel is so desperate to see her mother again that she sneaks back in and starts talking to the spirit. Maggie joins her and starts testing the spirit by asking questions only their mother would know. The spirit gets all the questions right. When the spirit board spells "RELEASE ME," Maggie and Mel perform a spell and the spirit comes out of the board, looking exactly like their mother.
The spirit thanks the girls for releasing her. She then explains that Harry is the one who killed her in order to steal the girls' powers. On hearing this, Mel and Maggie text Macy who is in the middle of interrogating Harry. Macy is humbled with tears to finally meet her mother. Macy asks her why she abandoned her but the spirit explains that it's a long, complicated story for another day. When the girls lean in to hug their mother, Maggie is worried that she can't seem to read her. The spirit explains that Telepathy can't work on her because she's dead. However, this doesn't convince Maggie. Harry finds the girls and tries to stop them but they overpower him and knock him out.
To stop Harry from stealing the girls' powers, the spirit tells them to get the "Prism of Souls" from behind the mirror on the wall. It turns out they have to go through a mirror into a room filled with mirrors that's some sort of a parallel multiverse portal. In the middle of the room, there's a prism. Maggie tells her sisters that she doesn't trust that the spirit is their mother. But majority rules. So, the older sisters ignore Maggie and take the prism out anyway.
After escaping the mirror room, the girls find Harry fighting the spirit. Harry tries to attack the spirit with a knife but Macy turns the knife against him. He tells the girls that the spirit is an imposter demon that wants to steal their powers by tricking them into thinking that it's their mother. It knew the answers to their questions because it can tap into their emotions and thoughts. Maggie believes Harry because she had doubts too. Macy comes around but Mel is still on the fence.
The Spirit tries to convince Mel it is truly their mother by saying that "it's always been you and me." But that's the line that convinces Mel that the spirit isn't their mom. Their mother would never play favorites because she believed the sisters are stronger together. So, Mel pretends to go after Harry but turns the knife and quickly stabs the spirit. Exposed as an imposter, the spirit turns its true demon colors and starts attacking the girls. The sisters then work together to fight back.
To vanquish the Imposter Demon, Harry tells the Charmed Ones that they need a mirror to show it its true reflection. Maggie uses her phone to show the demon its own reflection. The demon explodes.
Powers and Abilities
- Active Powers
- Emotional Manipulation: The ability to manipulate people by exploiting their vulnerabilities and insecurities.
- Shapeshifting: The ability change one's form and appearance.
- Supernatural Strength: The ability to be stronger than what is naturally possible.
- Supernatural Agility: The ability to be more agile than what is naturally possible.
- Resistance: The ability to resist the powers of others.
- Reflection: It is vanquished by looking into its own reflection in the mirror.