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|“||WICKED is Good.||„|
|~ Teresa Agnes|
Teresa Agnes is an anti-villain in "The Maze Runner" film series.
While one of the main protagonists and heroes of the first film and a protagonist/hero in the second, Teresa steps up to the role of anti-villain in the climax of the second film, when she allies with WCKD.
Believing WCKD is good, Teresa contacts them of her and her groups whereabouts, leading to an ambush by WCKD. Once Dr. Ava Paige arrives she greets Teresa and Thomas informs the group that Teresa is with WCKD now. Teresa attempts to get Thomas to come with them but he is still angry with her and refuses. But if you see in the book, she only did it to save everyone and everybody also in the film but it's more understandable there.
Teresa was described as very beautiful, and looks about fifteen years old, though actually seventeen. She was described in The Maze Runner as being "thin, but not too small," "roughly five and a half feet," with "burning blue eyes" and skin that was "pale, white as pearls." She had silky "tar black hair" with "long legs" and "perfect pink lips."
- Teresa genuinely seems to believe WCKD really is good, however, even after seeing WCKD mercilessly take the lives of the innocent people at the camp, Teresa still wants to go with them and even allows them to take her friends and others.
- In the book, she betrays Thomas, because WCKD threatens her that they will kill him. So she does it to save him. In the Death Cure, Teresa tells Thomas that she only ever cared for him.
- In the last book, The Fever Code, it is revealed that Teresa never had the Swipe performed on her, that is, she always had her memories.