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Who was the better unsub in Criminal Minds?

ELIAS VOIT (SICARIUS )OR JOHN CURTIUS (THE REPLICATOR)

ELIAS VOIT (SICARIUS)
Elias Jasper Voit (born Lee Duval), a.k.a. “Sicarius”, is a prolific serial killer, stalker, and abductor who appeared as the main antagonist of Criminal Minds Evolution. Born Lee Duval, Elias Voit was raised by his uncle Cyrus Lebrun following the death of his parents in an apartment fire he caused. Cyrus, a serial killer, kidnapped and murdered dozens of people, including Maria Jones, where Cyrus made Elias watch police investigating her murder. He attempted to kill Cyrus but relented and ran away. He began committing murder himself, taking pauses with the birth of his daughters. He kept most of his victims in two shipping containers; the first victims in Yakima County, Washington, and the second victims in Whitfield County, Georgia.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Voit traveled frequently using his job as cover. He planted kill kits in different parts of the country, which he would later use as he set up his serial killer network.

JOHN CURTIS -The Replicator

John Curtis, a.k.a. “The Replicator”, was a narcissistic “wound collector”-type serial killer, copycat, stalker, abductor, one-time poisoner, bomber, one-time cop killer, and later hacker and proxy killer. He appeared in Season Eight of Criminal Minds.

Curtis begins stalking Strauss and the BAU’s agents, including Blake, and studies the signatures and modus operandi of the serial killers they investigated, planning to destroy the unit’s reputation by committing copycat murders they cannot solve. To that end, he commits murders imitating those of John Myers, John Nelson, and Adam Rain. He also influences Donnie Bidwell, who is embittered against the FBI for arresting him for murders he did not commit, to kill people, and to put the BAU’s pictures near the bodies to discredit them.

Poll Results

60%Elias Voit Sicarius ( 6 voters )
40%John Curtis The Replicator ( 4 voters )
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  1. The story of Elias is more common and seems to have come out of his abusive childhood. For John, it is more of a selfish and evil desire to watch people suffering and display power over them. Acting either of these two roles must be a task considering all the trauma that could follow. It needs a verRead more

    The story of Elias is more common and seems to have come out of his abusive childhood. For John, it is more of a selfish and evil desire to watch people suffering and display power over them.

    Acting either of these two roles must be a task considering all the trauma that could follow. It needs a very strong personality and I give both of them that.

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  1. The story of Elias is more common and seems to have come out of his abusive childhood. For John, it is more of a selfish and evil desire to watch people suffering and display power over them. Acting either of these two roles must be a task considering all the trauma that could follow. It needs a verRead more

    The story of Elias is more common and seems to have come out of his abusive childhood. For John, it is more of a selfish and evil desire to watch people suffering and display power over them.

    Acting either of these two roles must be a task considering all the trauma that could follow. It needs a very strong personality and I give both of them that.

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    • In my opinion, Elias was not just any ordinary serial killer. He displayed a high level of sophistication in the way he operated. The fact that he was able to build a network of serial killers and control his urge to kill was fascinating. It showed that he was skilled in his craft and had a strong sense of self-control, which is rare in people with his tendencies.

      I am eagerly anticipating what direction the writers will take with his character in the upcoming season, considering the leverage he seems to possess. They may allow him to walk given his skills and network. Overall, Elias is a complex and intriguing character, and I am excited to see how his story will unfold.