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Cain slaughtered all of the Knights, but when he got to Abaddon, she possessed Colette and tricked Cain into killing his wife. Due to Colette's dying request, Cain didn't go after Abaddon for revenge and threw the First Blade to the bottom of the Marianas Trench as it couldn't be destroyed, eventually settling in Missouri.
In First Born , while looking for the First Blade to kill Abaddon, Dean and Crowley tracked down Cain and asked for the First Blade.
Cain was uninterested in helping them, wanting to keep his promise to Colette, but watched as Dean fought and killed three demons single-handedly.
Impressed, Cain told Dean and Crowley his story, but still refused to help at first. Eventually, after speaking to Colette's grave, Cain chose to help by giving Dean the Mark of Cain so that he could wield the First Blade himself and kill Abaddon.
In return, he asked Dean to kill him afterwards before sending Dean and Crowley away and taking on Abaddon's army single-handedly.
In The Executioner's Song , it is revealed that killing Abaddon's demons caused Cain to fall back under the influence of the Mark of Cain.
Giving into its rage, Cain decided that as so many of his descendants were killers and other sorts of criminals, he'd wipe out his bloodline, despite it being "legion.
Cain confronted Castiel at the site of his victims' graves, but let him go so that Castiel would tell Dean who would bring the First Blade to kill him.
Going after Tommy's son, Austin, Cain was lured into a devil's trap by Dean, Sam, Castiel and Crowley, after which Dean confronted him alone.
Cain claimed to Dean that there was no cure for the Mark of Cain and it was better to give into its rage.
Dean and Cain fought, but Cain proved more powerful and easily beat Dean, eventually getting the First Blade for himself.
Before he could kill Dean, Dean managed to get Cain's knife and cut off his hand. Cain refused to give up killing, forcing Dean to kill him.
While Dean retained his humanity, Cain's descent into madness left both him and Sam deeply worried. Christian Campbell, portrayed by Corin Nemec , is a hunter, and a third cousin related to Sam and Dean's mother's side of the family.
He is introduced to Dean along with the other Campbells in "Exile on Main Street" and helps Samuel Campbell trap the female Djinn.
He is present in the compound in "Two and a Half Men", and it is agreed that he and his wife will raise the baby Shapeshifter despite Dean's objections.
However, the Alpha Shapeshifter arrives, overpowers the hunters and takes back the baby. In "Family Matters", Christian discovers Dean investigating Samuel and the two exchange threats.
Later, his neck is snapped by the Alpha Vampire. It is then revealed that he has been possessed by a demon for an unknown period of time and he and others overpower and remove the Alpha.
The demon possessing Christian is working at Crowley's prison in "Caged Heat" and tortures the Lucifer loyalist Meg for information after capturing her.
Meg is able to withstand his torture, retaliating with taunts about his technique. As he tortures Meg, the demon possessing Christian is surprised from behind by Dean who snatches Ruby's knife from his hand and stabs the demon through the back with it, killing him.
A specific crossroads demon recurred throughout the second and third seasons of the series, possessing only young, beautiful women as her host.
Actresses Christie Laing and Jeannette Sousa first portray her in "Crossroad Blues". Laing plays the demon in flashbacks depicting musician Robert Johnson selling his soul to learn to play the guitar, while Sousa portrays the demon in the present.
The latter is summoned by Dean in an attempt to rescue a man from a demonic pact previously made. She rejects Dean's plea, instead taunting him about his father 's suffering in Hell.
Dean tricks her into walking into a Devil's Trap, and frees her in exchange for releasing the man from his contract.
She resurrects Sam in exchange for collecting Dean's soul in one year. She makes her final appearance in "Bedtime Stories", now portrayed by Sandra McCoy.
At the end of the episode, Sam summons her and demands she break her deal with Dean in exchange for her life. She claims to not hold the contract, being just an employee with a boss to answer to.
A frustrated Sam kills the demon with the mystical Colt gun. She previously auditioned for several love interests of the brothers, but believed that production had waited until the "perfect role" arrived before casting her due to their relationship.
Dagon portrayed by Ali Ahn is one of the four Princes of Hell and one of the oldest and most powerful demons in existence.
Despite being female or in a female meatsack , Dagon is still referred to as a Prince of Hell rather than a Princess.
Like her brothers Ramiel and Asmodeus , Dagon long ago lost interest in Lucifer's plans and left Hell for a life on Earth.
She is implied to have failed Lucifer in some way at some point. She is first mentioned in a flashback in "Stuck in the Middle With You ," when Ramiel tells Crowley that Dagon has her "toys" and is uninterested in ruling Hell.
Later, Ramiel tells the Winchesters that Dagon has taken an interest in Lucifer's unborn Nephilim child, though Ramiel himself couldn't care less.
Dagon is first introduced in person in "Family Feud," when she kills two angels to save the life of Kelly Kline, the mother of Lucifer's unborn child.
In "Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell", Castiel learns of Dagon's involvement and warns the Winchesters about her, stating that all he knows of Dagon is rumors of her psychotic savagery.
Dagon continues her role as protector of Lucifer's child in "The British Invasion". She is revealed to secretly be working for Lucifer who has promised Dagon a place at his side if she succeeds and is often in telepathic communication with the Fallen archangel.
In order to cover her tracks, Dagon has another demon murder everyone who meets Dagon and Kelly, including a doctor who did a fetal examination on Kelly's insistence.
Dagon's activities are discovered by hunter Eileen Leahy, who helps lure Kelly out. Dagon shows up at the meeting and resists all attempts to kill her, including with the Colt.
Dagon disappears with Kelly and reveals to the woman that the pregnancy will ultimately be fatal to her. In "The Future", Dagon finds Kelly following her suicide and resurrection by Lucifer's child.
While Kelly now believes the child to be good, Dagon believes that the child simply acted out of self-preservation. Dagon is later attacked by a team of angels led by Castiel who attempt to kill her with the Colt.
Castiel escapes with Kelly, but Dagon kills one of the angels and tortures the other for information before killing him too. Dagon is able to intercept Castiel at Heaven's portal, killing the angel Joshua and engaging Castiel in battle.
Dagon proves to be stronger than the angel, easily beating him to a pulp. The intervention of the Winchesters leads only to Dagon breaking Dean's arm and effectively destroying the Colt.
As Dagon goes to kill Castiel, Lucifer's child empowers the angel from the womb, enabling him to stop Dagon and render her powerless to Dagon's shock.
With the help of Lucifer's child, Castiel incinerates Dagon, killing her as predicted in a premonition the child shared with Kelly.
The child's aid against Dagon convinces Castiel of his goodness. Jack states that he remembers "when the bad woman burned. Dipper is a minor demon portrayed by Shane Dean appearing in season 13 that is loyal to Asmodeus.
Dipper greatly enjoys the two angels predicament and often taunts Lucifer about his lack of power and his attempt to use his powers on a stick while Lucifer impotently threatens Dipper and makes fun of his name.
Dipper eventually returns to find Castiel and Lucifer arguing and Lucifer's stick gone. As Dipper taunts Lucifer about losing his stick, Lucifer suddenly pulls Dipper against the cell bars with telekinesis, burns through his warding and breaks his stick off in Dipper's neck.
Lucifer explains to a shocked and terrified Dipper that anger is a good motivator and that he forgets that "I'm Lucifer.
After killing four more demons that accost them after Dipper's death, Lucifer and Castiel succeed in escaping before Asmodeus can return. Drexel first appears in season 12's "The British Invasion" when Crowley brings the supposedly subservient Lucifer before the lesser demons.
In reality, Lucifer makes it clear that he is truly in charge. Drexel later visits Lucifer in his cell and magically examines him, determining that Lucifer's vessel is sound and that the repairs and improvements to it are holding.
However, Drexel is unable to break Crowley's security system upon Lucifer who reacts violently to the news. Drexel reveals that a demon named Spevak created and installed the system and was then killed by Crowley to hide its secrets.
Lucifer makes it clear that he intends Drexel to find a way to release him from Crowley's control. In "There's Something About Mary," Drexel's attempts to break Crowley's control over Lucifer result in the system inverting so that Lucifer can now control Crowley's vessel.
Lucifer uses this to turn the situation on Crowley and apparently kills him in front of Drexel and the other demons. After Lucifer departs in search of his son, Drexel orders two demons to remove Crowley's dead body before Lucifer returns.
In season 13's "The Rising Son," Drexel polishes Lucifer's throne and continues to hold the belief that Lucifer will return, something that Drexel is mocked for by the other demons.
When a demon introducing himself as Asmodeus suddenly appears, Drexel is shocked to realize that it's the fourth Prince of Hell.
Asmodeus announces his intention to take over the throne of Hell until Lucifer and his son can be found. When Asmodeus summarily executes the demons who don't meet his standards, Drexel is one of three demons that he spares.
Drexel coordinates the search for Lucifer and his son for Asmodeus and is told about Asmodeus' history with creatures known as the Shedim, a history that caused Lucifer to inflict lasting scars upon Asmodeus' face.
Duke, portrayed by Aidan Kahn, is a rogue Crossroads Demon appearing in season 11 who sets out for his own benefit following the release of the Darkness and Lucifer.
In " Beyond the Mat ," Duke forces wrestler Gunner Lawless to help him murder people and steal their souls so that Duke can create a "nest egg" for himself with the release of the Darkness and Lucifer ruling Hell again.
Having made a crossroads deal with Gunner ten years before, Duke offers to keep the hellhounds at bay if Gunner works for him, a deal Gunnar reluctantly takes.
The Winchesters come to the funeral of one of Duke's victims, their father's favorite wrestler and stumble across the crime scene of his newest target, quickly putting together that they are dealing with a demon stealing souls.
Duke tries to convince another wrestler to make a deal and join him, but the man refuses and Duke had Gunner murder him shortly before the Winchesters arrive.
Duke sends Gunner to kill Dean while he takes care of Sam personally, explaining his plot to Sam. Though briefly interrupted by Dean, Duke flings him away with telekinesis and prepares to kill Sam, commenting that "this is my favorite part.
With Duke no longer holding them back, the hellhounds come after Gunner who accepts his fate. Gerald, portrayed by Jackson Berlin and Viv Leacock, is a minor demon appearing season He once mentions that he killed his own mother over cigarettes.
In "Girls, Girls, Girls," Gerald runs a brothel alongside Raul and another demon to increase soul numbers following the war with Abaddon.
The operation is interrupted by the witch Rowena MacLeod who hits Raul with a spell that liquifies the demon.
Terrified, Gerald flees his vessel and possesses a nearby construction worker to report in to Crowley who is disgusted by Gerald and Raul's operation which Crowley finds to be just tacky.
Gerald spurs Crowley to action against Rowena who is captured by a backup team led by Gerald after the main team is killed by the Winchesters.
To his shock, Crowley realizes that Rowena is his own mother. In "The Things We Left Behind," Gerald, still possessing the construction worker, acts as a guard to Crowley's dungeon and eagerly urges Crowley to kill Rowena.
Gerald offers to do it for Crowley if Crowley can't bring himself to do it, mentioning how he once killed his own mother. Rowena and the demon Trish later claim that Gerald is the one who is smuggling other demons out of Hell, enraging Gerald into strangling Rowena.
When Gerald refuses to relent, Crowley kills him by stabbing Gerald through the back of the head and out of his mouth with an angel blade.
Following Gerald's death, Crowley becomes more accepting of Rowena while it is revealed that Rowena and Trish lied and used Gerald as a scapegoat to gain Crowley's trust.
Subsequently, in "The Hunter Games," Rowena reminds Guthrie how she exposed the "traitor" Gerald when he is reluctant to help her out.
Grab is a demon thief appearing in season 13 portrayed by Matthew Kevin Anderson. He is described as an expert in bypassing supernatural security and is portrayed as more obnoxious than evil or malicious despite being a demon.
Its implied that Grab is not actually his real name but an alias. In "The Scorpion and the Frog," Grab is hired by the Crossroads Demon Barthamus to work with the Winchesters and a human safe cracker named Alice to break into the vault of Luther Shrike and retrieve Barthamus' property.
Grab is brought in to use his talents in bypassing supernatural security to locate the vault itself which can only be opened by Dean's blood.
Once the Winchesters and Alice get onto Luther's property, Dean performs a summoning spell to bring Grab to them.
Grab uses a spell to turn Dean into a sort of dousing rod, using the attraction between Dean's blood and the vault to find it. After the vault is found, Grab chooses to remain outside, apparently too afraid to go any further.
While he waits outside the cellar containing the vault, Grab is confronted by Luther himself. Luther quickly kills Grab with Ruby's Knife and his body is later found by Alice.
Barthamus shows no care for Grab's death and compels Alice to keep going. Guthrie, portrayed by Russell Roberts, is a former Crossroads Demon that acts as Crowley 's personal assistant in season In "Soul Survivor," Guthrie reports to Crowley on Castiel's weakened state and suggests that it would be a good time to eliminate the angel.
Instead, Crowley orders Guthrie to follow Castiel and report back to him. In "The Hunter Games," under the influence of a spell secretly cast by Rowena, Crowley has a nightmare where Guthrie and several other demons team up together to attack and kill him.
Later, Guthrie finds Rowena snooping around Crowley's throne room and orders her out, not falling for her attempts to charm him.
After learning of Crowley going after the First Blade for the Winchesters, Rowena approaches Guthrie to get it for her.
Having learned that Guthrie is a former Crossroads Demon, Rowena knows he has the ability to teleport and uses her position as Crowley's mother to trick Guthrie into thinking that Crowley is having her order Guthrie to get it for him.
Guthrie reluctantly steals the First Blade before Crowley can get to it, but refuses to give it to Rowena, instead choosing to give it to Crowley himself.
In retaliation, Rowena kills Guthrie with an angel blade but is interrupted by Crowley before she can get the First Blade from his body.
Rowena invents a cover story where Guthrie was plotting against Crowley which he believes because of his nightmare. Rowena is also able to use Guthrie's "betrayal" to cause Crowley to hesitate in handing over the First Blade to the Winchesters.
Harrington is a minor demon appearing in season 13 that is loyal to Asmodeus. In "The Rising Son," Harrington is one of the demons in the throne room of Crowley's former palace following Lucifer's disappearance.
When the Prince of Hell Asmodeus arrives to take control of Hell until Lucifer or his son can be found, Harrington is one of the demons that Asmodeus spares from a summary execution alongside Sierra and Drexel.
Later, Asmodeus sends Sierra and Harrington to kill the Winchesters and Prophet Donatello Redfield while he uses the Nephilim Jack to release the Shedim from Hell.
As Sierra goes after the Winchesters, Harrington goes after Donatello and pins him to a wall as Harrington prepares to stab the man.
Harrington is spotted from down the hall by the Winchesters and Dean throws an angel blade into Harrington's neck like a throwing knife , killing Harrington.
The move surprises and impresses Sam and Donatello while Dean comments how housekeeping will not be pleased to have to clean up Harrington's body.
Jael is a sadistic Crossroads Demon appearing in Supernatural portrayed by Kara Royster, Billy Wickman and Kim Rhodes. Despite appearing mainly in female vessels, Jael is specifically referred to as male by characters.
As mentioned in season 12's "Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox," Jael was first encountered by legendary hunter Asa Fox in Possessing a young First Nations girl, Jael was exorcised by Asa.
However, due to his sadistic tendencies, Jael brutally murdered the girl he was possessing before Asa could finish exorcising him. Jael was eventually able to climb back out of Hell and targeted Asa for revenge, murdering people who Asa cared about in sick and twisted ways and leaving their bodies in the forest for him to find.
In , Asa hunted Jael through the forest near his home with his best friend Bucky. The two men got into an argument about the hunt as Asa was not armed with his angel blade, the one weapon that could kill Jael.
The argument ended with Bucky accidentally killing Asa when he hit his head on a rock. Bucky framed Jael for Asa's murder, unaware that the sadistic Crossroads Demon had witnessed the incident and was enraged that he himself could not kill Asa.
In retaliation for Asa's murder at hands other than his own, Jael began targeting the hunters at Asa's wake, magically trapping them in Asa's home and possessing Alicia Banes to kill one.
Though originally trapped outside, Dean Winchester got back in with the help of the Reaper Billie and eventually found Jael in the body of hunter Elvis Katz.
When Dean began an exorcism, Jael snapped Elvis' neck so far his head faced backwards and vacated his body.
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Hexengeddon pre-production Lady Margaux. Rowena MacLeod. Show all 33 episodes. Woman in Bed. As the three leave the cabin, Rowena expresses her regret in having any part in freeing Lucifer, which is why she is willing to help them send Lucifer back to his Cage once they have the archangel cornered.
She tells Castiel to call her when the time comes. While Rowena argues with the man, Crowley comes to get her help in imprisoning Lucifer.
Crowley eventually blows the man's head off, which Rowena calls the nicest thing Crowley has ever done for her. Rowena participates in the planning for defeating Lucifer but is skeptical about the idea of using the British Men of Letters ' Hyperbolic Pulse Generator to eject Lucifer out of President Jefferson Rooney.
The group is able to use Kelly Kline and Lucifer's unborn child to lure him to their motel where Sam use the generator to remove him from his vessel.
As the generator does its work, Dean signals Rowena who begins reciting the spell to send Lucifer back to his Cage.
Lucifer vacates from Rooney. Believing they have finally locked Lucifer back up, both Rowena and Crowley disappear before the secret service arrives.
After Dean is hexed, Sam calls Rowena for help. Rowena, who is using her powers to cheat at poker, suggests that Sam find the witch who cast the curse and kill him.
After finding the glyph used in the curse, Sam sends it to Rowena and notifies her that they have found the witch who cast the spell, but he is dead and Dean isn't getting better.
Rowena joins the Winchesters and is intrigued by Dean's memory loss. Rowena then tells Sam that the spell is Druidic magic belonging to the Loughlin family.
She recognizes the dead witch as Gideon Loughlin and tells Sam that the only way to break the curse before Dean dies is to get her the Black Grimoire.
Instead of taking Rowena with him, Sam leaves her to watch over Dean until he can get the Loughlins to give him the reversal spell. While waiting, Rowena explains her current motives to Dean, knowing he won't remember it.
The two then listen over the phone as Catriona and Boyd Loughlin capture Sam. Following Sam's capture, Rowena locates the Impala and uses it to reach the Loughlin house.
Rowena leaves an unconscious Dean in the car with a note explaining the current situation, another note to stay, and notes in the weapons locker directing him to his gun and the witch-killing bullets.
In the house, Rowena confronts Catriona, who recognizes Rowena and taunts her about their past. Rowena and Catriona engage in battle, but Rowena is no match for the other witch who prepares to kill Rowena with a shard of glass.
Before she can, Dean interrupts and kills Catriona and Boyd with witch-killing bullets. Rowena is then able to use the Black Grimoire to break the curse and save Dean's life.
The next day, Rowena departs in a cab, but not before Sam makes her give him the Black Grimoire. Sam promises that the Winchesters owe Rowena "a small one" for her help.
Rowena is summoned by Sam and Dean to help them once again. Rowena does not wish to participate in anything the brothers have in mind for her, but they insist and offer her something she really wants in exchange.
The brothers ask her to locate someone important, and when Rowena inquires as to the identity of said person, they reveal to her that it's her grandson, Gavin.
The trio go to meet Gavin at a bus stop. Gavin initially believes his father is sick, but the brothers tell him they lied and proceed to introduce him to Rowena.
Gavin is needed in order to investigate the wreckage of The Star , a trading ship he was supposed to have been on but due to Abaddon 's intervention, he ended up in the present timeline instead.
Rowena agrees with Gavin's decision, and stops Crowley from interfering when he tries to prevent Gavin from going back in time and to his death. She also modifies the blood sigil spell slightly so that it can be used to return Gavin to his own time without the need to connect him to a blood relative.
In the aftermath, Rowena admits that she saw Gavin as "a lovely boy," but she accepted his death because it would teach Crowley the pain and agony she suffered when she was forced to kill Oskar , a child she loved more than her own son, to remove the Mark of Cain.
After explaining her motive to avenge Oskar's death by sending Gavin back to , she leaves when her bus arrives, leaving a heartbroken Crowley to contemplate what happened.
When Sam tries to get ahold of Rowena to help in sending Lucifer back to the Cage, he is shocked to hear Lucifer's voice on the other end.
As Lucifer plays with a lock of Rowena's hair, he tells Sam of how he stomped her head in and set her on fire just to be sure she was actually dead, as Rowena's charred corpse lies on the floor at Lucifer's feet.
Arthur Ketch is revealed to be alive, searching for Rowena and torturing witches to do so. After being captured by Sam and Dean , he reveals to them that Rowena was captured by the British Men of Letters several years ago, at which time he discovered that she uses a powerful charm that can revive her if she is ever killed.
He'd agreed to help her escape in exchange for having the same charm implanted in himself. He explains that the charm can only be used once before it needs to be recharged, hence his crusade for Rowena.
Before escaping with a broken shoulder, he implies that Rowena is still alive. As Dean is about to choke Sam out for coming between him and Jamie Plum , they are struck by a blast of purple lightning before Rowena makes her presence known, burning the hex bag that was controlling Dean.
The trio return to the Men of Letters Bunker , where Rowena explains that Lucifer did kill her, but she was saved once again by her resurrection charm.
She reveals that after Lucifer killed her, it took her a long time to heal, and since she doesn't wish to go through that again she wants the Black Grimoire.
Dean finds it coincidental that Rowena would show up just as he gave the book to the Plum sisters; Rowena tells him it's no coincidence as she had placed a tracking spell on the book before she handed it over to Sam and Dean, and once it began moving, she was able to sense its location.
Sam asks her what she wants with the book now after all this time. Rowena explains that the Grand Coven cast a binding spell on her which limited aspects of her magic, and she believes that there is a spell in the grimoire that may help lift it.
Dean scoffs at the idea of letting Rowena get stronger, but Rowena tells him she just wants to protect herself.
Rowena goes on to propose they help each other out -- she can track the book and help them find the Plum sisters. As Rowena fixes herself another drink after toasting their new partnership, she asks the Winchesters where Crowley is.
Sam and Dean tell her that Crowley has died, and that he sacrificed himself for them and to lock Lucifer in an alternate universe.
They tell Rowena she would be proud. Rowena, however, is angry, telling the brothers that Fergus was her only child and would much rather have him alive than dead, even though they hated each other.
Rowena soon tracks the grimoire to Stillwater, Oklahoma, but due to it no longer being in movement she can only surmise the general vicinity of the book within the town.
As Dean goes into a local store to question the cashier, Sam and Rowena have a conversation about Lucifer, where Rowena reveals that before Lucifer crushed her skull, he showed her his true face, and admits to Sam that she is scared all the time.
Sam tells her that he has also seen Lucifer's true face, and it still keeps him up at night. He tells Rowena no matter what she does, she is always going to feel helpless and those feelings are never going away.
Rowena exits the Impala and tries to regain her composure as Dean returns with the Plum sisters' address. When Dean refuses to take Rowena along to retrieve the book, she casts her immobilization spell that freezes Sam and Dean where they stand.
Dropping a hex bag just out of their reach, she leaves to see the Plum sisters. Rowena arrives at the Plum household and begins berating the sisters for going off their plan and forcing her to use the Winchesters to find them.
She tells them, however, that their deal is still good -- she will help them cast the spell to resurrect their dead mother in exchange for the book, because witches of their level have no use for it.
Not liking Rowena insulting the skills their mother taught them, the sisters reveal that they already performed the first part of the spell, as their zombie mother walks into the room.
As Rowena tries to use magic on her, she finds that the spell has made the zombie impervious to magic. She locks herself in the kitchen, but the Plum Sisters' mother is eventually able to break through just as Sam and Dean arrive and begin fighting with the sisters.
As Rowena screams for help, Dean suggests she shoot the zombie in the head. She is able to get a hold of Dean's gun after it's been knocked to the ground and she drops the zombie Plum with a head shot.
Picking herself up, she places the Impetus bestiarum spell on the sisters and forces them to kill each other.
With the Grimoire in hand, Rowena pleads to Sam for the page, telling him that while Lucifer may be locked away, he will be back, and she can't be helpless against him again.
Sam relents and gives Rowena the spell, a fact that Dean discovers only later when he realizes a page has been torn from the book.
In a hotel room, Rowena sits in the middle of a pentagram , the grimoire page in hand, chanting in Latin. As the page begins to glow, Rowena takes a dagger and makes a cut down her throat, which begins to release purple energy that reveals itself as binding magic adorned all over her body.
The binding links begin to break one by one until there are none left, the candles blow out, and her wounds heal as Rowena's eyes begin to glow a dark violet.
Rowena is contacted by the Winchesters for help but she ignores their pleas and goes about killing people who had heinous pasts, while also killing the Reapers assigned to them.
This gets the Winchesters' attention as well as Billie's; she sends Jessica to aid them in getting Rowena to stop. Rowena calls the brothers for a meeting, where she reveals that she was trying to get Death's attention so she would resurrect Crowley for her.
She states that she believes it was her fault that he turned out the way he did. The brothers tell her that Crowley's return won't be possible and threaten her by sharing the revelation that Sam will be the one to permanently kill her.
She is mildly surprised to hear this, then runs away with her associate Bernard. Sam chases her and tries to get through to her but she refuses to be deterred and dares him to kill her to stop; he reluctantly shoots but she stops the bullet and knocks him out for his actions.
Rowena takes Sam to her hideout where she tortures him before Billie shows up. Billie tells her to stop but Rowena threatens to kill Sam.
She then levels a powerful attack at Billie, who is completely unfazed. Rowena breaks down, saying all she wanted was her son back, but Billie tells her that there is a natural order to things and though it may hurt they all have to accept it.
She continues to cry as Dean and Jessica enter, then Billie and Jessica disappear. Afterwards, Rowena sits with the brothers, telling them she feels weaker after facing off with Death.
She is then comforted by Sam before she is told Lucifer is back and they may need her help in stopping him.
She agrees to help, pointing out that she now knows Lucifer won't be the one to ultimately kill her. Both brothers express hope that Rowena can be redeemed and that they can help her change her fate.
Rowena helps the Winchesters and Castiel search for Gabriel by using a tracking spell to narrow down his location. Later, as they wait for Gabriel's grace to recharge, Sam mentions that Rowena is "boning up" on the Demon Tablet, presumably familiarizing herself with its spells for their upcoming mission to Apocalypse World.
Rowena performs the ritual to open the rift to Apocalypse World using only a small portion of grace donated by Gabriel.
However, the rift quickly fizzles out due to the inadequacy of the supplied grace. As the Winchesters and Castiel debate what to do, Rowena and Gabriel debate why the ritual didn't work, flirt, and end up having sex before they are interrupted when Sam comes up with a plan.
Rowena teams up with Gabriel to capture Lucifer and use him as a continuous power source for the ritual. Together, the two are able to bind Lucifer and knock him unconscious, shocking Lucifer as he had believed both to be dead at his hands.
With Lucifer's grace, Rowena is able to open the rift properly and she stays behind to guard Lucifer in case something goes wrong. She does her best to ignore Lucifer's antics, but when Lucifer taunts Rowena about her death, she snaps and yells at Lucifer, revealing that his son is in Apocalypse World.
Lucifer breaks free of his bonds and strangles Rowena up against a wall, stating that she has revitalized his purpose with her revelation about Jack.
As Lucifer tries to kill her again, Rowena magically repels him in a moment of desperation, but inadvertently blasts Lucifer through the rift. With Lucifer gone, Rowena begins packing her things to flee even though she knows she is the Winchesters' only hope of keeping the rift open for their return.
Ultimately, Rowena's conscience gets the better of her and she begins searching the Black Grimoire for a solution to keeping the rift open without Lucifer there to power it.
Rowena worriedly watches the closing rift as she struggles to find a solution in the Black Grimoire. As time runs out thirty-one hours later, an exhausted Rowena performs a spell from the Black Grimoire to augment the power of the rift and keep it open a few minutes longer.
Rowena is able to keep the rift open long enough for the Winchesters to return with people from Apocalypse World. When Arthur Ketch steps through, both are surprised to see each other and give a brief acknowledgment.
As everyone is celebrating, Rowena tells Sam that she couldn't have kept the rift open any longer. Sam congratulates Rowena for holding the rift open long enough to get everyone back.
Sam admits that they owe her one and Rowena tells him that she plans to collect on it eventually, but smiles at Sam as she says it. With Amara becoming more of a threat to existence, Lucifer, God and the Winchester brothers put old rivalries aside, in a last-ditch effort to put Amara back in her cage.
However, without the other archangels, they are still not strong enough to face her, so the team has a dispute of who to enlist with Sam suggesting Rowena, Dean suggesting Crowley and Lucifer suggesting angels.
The battle ends when Amara seriously wounds God. After hexing Dean with a love spell, a group of witches steals the Black Grimoire before Sam can intervene to stop them.
Rowena shows up and helps free Dean from the spell by destroying the hex bag in his pocket. She explains that she needs the Black Grimoire's power in order to remain immortal.
After placing a tracking spell on the book, Rowena betrays the Winchesters in favor of the witches but, when she is betrayed, she delivers them the book.
Feeling sorry for her, Sam gives her the page needed to make her immortal. After learning about Crowley's death in the previous episode, Rowena is heartbroken.
She goes on a mission to attract Death, so she can bargain with him about resurrecting her son.Rowena MacLeod war eine sehr mächtige Hexe und die Mutter von Fergus Roderick MacLeod aka Crowley. Als Rowena vor Jahren gezwungen war ihren Sohn Fergus, später Crowley, alleine zu lassen, fand sie bei einer polnischen Familie einen Unterschlupf. Rowena (Ruth Connell) ist die Mutter von Crowley in der Serie "Supernatural". Jun 12, - This Pin was discovered by S Sb. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. As Crowley leaves the cell, he asks Rowena if she is coming. As Rowena mocks him, in utter surprise, all Crowley Barock Versailles say is " Unlike Azazel, Ramiel has long-since lost interest in Lucifer's plans and separated himself from Hell, joined by Dagon and Asmodeus. Crying, Sam pulls Rowena into a hug while Sin City 3 her in the abdomen with the knife. Later, when the Sendezeit Sommerhaus Der Stars arrive in an attempt to kill Amara, Dean draws Jervis out by playing an old voicemail from Crowley. However, she is forced to go through with Camille Claudel and casts the spell to remove the Mark. In season 13's "The Rising Geordie Shore Season 13 Episode 4 Drexel polishes Lucifer's throne and continues to hold the belief that Lucifer will return, something that Drexel is mocked for by the other demons. Anthony appears in "Bring 'em Back Alive" where he possesses a teenage girl. Rowena tells Sam "that's my boy," before Drehscheibe.Zdf.De Heute out the knife and casting the spell. Asmodeus calls Sam and threatens to destroy Supernatural Rowena bunker Outlander Staffel 3 Online Gabriel isn't turned Operation Overlord Stream Hd to him in ten minutes. 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Als Rowena dann aber eine Machtdemonstration von Amara sieht, bereut sie ihre Entscheidung und gibt Crowley Bescheid, dass sie noch lebt. Rowena nutzt das Chaos und flieht mit dem Buch der Verdammten und dem Kodex, nachdem sie Castiel mit Action Programm Angriffszauber belegt hat, damit der Crowley tötet. Dean tells her everyone in the room holds a piece of the puzzle to stop Max Riemelt Body Darkness. With a giant monster approaching and the rift about to close, the Winchesters drag a reluctant Die Härtesten Thriller-Bücher back through the rift which closes moments later. Even though all signs point to a human bad guy, Donna calls the Winchesters for help and they come to her aid alongside Doug who is now her boyfriend. By Omega Lage as a high school student, Claire is able to learn from one of the victims Nicht Dein Ernst friend that the girl was dating someone who creeped her friend Supernatural Rowena. When Rowena tells her only she is capable, he snaps her neck. Over the past 5 seasons, Rowena has given us many heartbreaking and memorable moments, leaving a lasting impression, which is saying something since Supernatural is such a character-driven show. So, let us count down the top 10 Rowena Macleod episodes. 10 Supernatural: Girls, Girls, Girls (Season 10, Episode 7). Rowena is Scottish, along with her actress Ruth Connell. Rowena is the main antagonist of Season 10, along with the Mark of Cain. According to a statement on Twitter by a Supernatural writer, Rowena has now been on the show longer than every character aside from Bobby, Castiel, Crowley, Dean, Sam, Lucifer and Mary. Rowena invents a cover story where Guthrie was plotting against Crowley which he believes because of his nightmare. Rowena is also able to use Guthrie's "betrayal" to cause Crowley to hesitate in handing over the First Blade to the Winchesters. Harrington. Harrington is a minor demon appearing in season 13 that is loyal to Asmodeus. Sam Winchester and the witch Rowena MacLeod have a complicated relationship. Starting out as mortal enemies, they evolved into friends and even something of a mentor-student relationship. The complicated nature of this relationship is highlighted by the fact that Sam was fated to be Rowena's one true killer. 1 Background 2 Season 10 3 Season 11 4 Season 12 5 Season 13 6 Season 14 7 Season Ruth Connell, Actress: Supernatural. Born in Falkirk, Scotland, Ruth Connell grew up on her father's farm outside Bonnybridge. Connell is best known for her recurring role as Rowena in Supernatural (). She played the lead role of "Clara" in 'The Nutcracker' for Scottish Ballet and danced with them in several other productions. After working with dance companies including Jazz Art. 8/26/ · Before her untimely demise at Lucifer’s hands, Supernatural‘s Rowena was just another money-hungry witch looking for love. In this exclusive deleted scene from the CW series’ Season 12 DVD.