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John Flood

John Flood
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Colonel John Flood was a full-blooded werewolf, and the packmaster of Jackson, Mississippi, on the HBO original series True Blood. Played by American actor Grainger Hines, Colonel Flood appears only on the episode "Trouble" in the series' third season.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Although he presented himself with a demeanor of dominance to secure loyalty from his wolves - a necessity among alphas - John was in fact terrified of Russell Edgington and intended to leave town and abandon his pack solely to save himself; showing a spineless and selfish nature.

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Background[edit | edit source]

Colonel John Flood who is described as the Wolf Pack Alpha in his 50s to 60s who is self-assured, and dressed like a golfer with a military haircut. He is a retired Air Force Colonel, formerly stationed at Barksdale Air Force Base in Bossier City, Louisiana. Apparently he doesn't react the way Sookie and Alcide expect to recent events.

Season 3[edit | edit source]

"Trouble"[edit | edit source]

Alcide contacts the Colonel to discuss his discovery that Cooter's pack serves Russell Edgington and that they are addicted to "V". The Colonel reveals that he was aware of this and that Russell is the vampire king of Mississippi. Sookie reads the colonel's mind and discovers that the colonel is afraid for his life and plans to run out of town. ("Trouble")

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Season three appearances
"Bad Blood" "Beautifully Broken" "It Hurts Me Too" "9 Crimes"
"Trouble" "I Got a Right to Sing the Blues" "Hitting the Ground" "Night on the Sun"
"Everything Is Broken" "I Smell a Rat" "Fresh Blood" "Evil is Going On"
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