The idea of having a group of people running the Warehouse was first started by Warehouse 2. The Regents serve as the protectors of the Warehouse and create the artifact protection procedures that are used. Over time as more and more artifacts became stored in the Warehouse the Regents not only became the Warehouse's govenors, but also the keepers of its secrets.
The symbol of the regents is the Eye of Horus. In Egyptian mythology the Eye of Horus represents protection, royal power and good health.
The Regents have a higher position in the Warehouse than Mrs. Frederic. Every Regent had unique perspective, for example Jane Lattimer has insight into children.
The Regents never meet in the same place twice and when they meet they do it quickly and quietly. Having multiple Regents in one place at one time could prove disastrously if anything unfortunate should happen. The Regents have a security detail headed by Mr. Jackson, who was killed during Stukowski's attempted assassination. He voluntarily sacrificed himself in order to give Agent Bering time to escape from a collapsing staircase. His final instructions to Myka were to save the Regents at all costs. Each member of the security detail is armed with a .45 caliber automatic pistol and has an image of the Eye of Horus tattooed on their wrist.
Napoleon tried destroying the Regents in 1811, so he could take over Warehouse 11.
List of Regents
For an alphabetic list of all regents, see the Regents category.
- Benedict Valda – Deceased, the expert on Warehouse 2.
- Lok Archer – Deceased
- Theadora Stanton – Deceased
- Phillip Petrov – Former Warehouse 13 Guardian; now deceased.
- Adwin Kosan - Head of the Regents
- Jane Lattimer - Warehouse 13 Guardian
- Thomas Watson - Future Warehouse 13 Guardian
- Mr. Keeler - Has access to a secret Regent library
- Deb Stanley - Future Regent
- Gans - Unknown
- Regent 2 - Unknown
- Regent 4 - Unknown
- Regent 5 - Unknown
- Regent 6 - Unknown
- Regent 7 - Unknown
- Regent 8
- Regent 9
- Regent 10
- Regent 11
- Other unnamed Regents