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An aloof and highly introverted person, Werner always tries to maintain minimum contact with people. As per his title, people often seek his assistance (if he is willing to give it to them) when it comes to damaged watches. Werner despises technology of any sort and prefers the traditional ways of doing things.
World of Winx
The Watchmaker is first mentioned in the beginning of the episode "Shadows on the Snow" by Jim after telling Bloom and Roxy his true motives and offering to help the two. Seeing the now broken Magic Watch, Jim tells the girls of an old hermit who lives in the Swiss Alps who would be able to fix the Watch for them. After insisting that they need to get to the Watchmaker's Hideout before the Queen, Bloom decides to travel to Switzerland with Jim on her own.
After braving many traps laid out on the Alps' treacherous terrain, the pair reach the Watchmaker's Castle only for the Watchmaker to demand that they leave. Bloom tries to reason with him until Jim cuts in, demanding that the Watchmaker tell them where his apprentice is if he is going to continue being uncooperative. Jim's demands shock the Watchmaker but before he is pressed any further, a mysterious man in a grey coat appears from behind Bloom and Jim with his small army of Zombie Pirates, forcing the two into a large-scale brawl while the Watchmaker watches from the small window of his Castle's door
With their fight leading into the next episode, "The Watchmaker," the Watchmaker tries to stop all the fighting by shouting, but this only alerts the mysterious man of his presence, which prompts the Watchmaker to shut the window of his front door as he shouts for them all to leave again. As the mysterious man tries to blow the door down, the Watchmaker activates all the locks his Castle contains to keep the front door from ever opening and, once complete, he retreats farther into his Castle.
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- His name is derived from Warinhari, the Old or Ancient Germanic form. Both names are derived from the words warin ("guard" or "protect") and hari ("army").