Characters: Supernatural Monsters And Supernatural Beings
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Appears in "Man's Best Friend With Benefits" (S08, Ep15).
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Other Monsters And Supernatural Beings in SupernaturalMany types of beings live in the Supernatural world, but do not have their own Character page; some of these include the following:
Appears in "The Slice Girls" (S07, Ep13).
- Alas, Poor Villain: Emma; It's hard not to feel sorry for her when she pleads Dean not to let Sam kill her even if she was being manipulative considering that's the only way she has been raised.
- Does Not Like Men: It's considered in their culture to use men only for procreation and then kill them off.
- Half-Human Hybrid: Amazons mate with human men to produce offspring.
- Initiation Ceremony / Rite of Passage: A horrific one. The Amazon girls are brainwashed into killing their father as an initiation ritual.
- Patricide: Amazon girls are indoctrinated into committing this.
Appears in "Unforgiven" (S06, Ep13).
- All Webbed Up: The victims of the Arachne.
- Gonk: As a result of an Arachne's molted skin and double irises.
- Kill It with Fire: Averted as they are immune to fire.
- Off with His Head!: The only confirmed way to kill one.
- Spider People: While they don't have a centaur-esque set of Spider legs and abdomen like many other examples, they do possess compound eyes and can create webbing.
Appears in "The Kids Are Alright" (S03, Ep02).
- Creepy Child: While they invoke this, but those aren't the real children.
- Glamour Failure: The mirrors will reflect their true form. And it is not a pretty sight.
- Humanoid Abomination: They may look human, but if you happen to take a glimpse of their true form◊ you will realise they are far from it.
- Lamprey Mouth: The type of mouth they are revealed to have when seen in a mirror.
- Nightmare Face: Let's just say that they're not going to be winning any beauty contests anytime soon.
- The Mirror Shows Your True Self: A changeling's true appearance appears in a mirror.
- No Ontological Inertia: Killing the mother changeling kills her children.
- Would Hurt a Child: The mother changeling feeds on children.
Appears in "Long Distance Call" (S03, Ep14).
- Batman Gambit: The Crocotta's MO, especially in regards to Dean.
- Our Crocottas Are Different: While its ability to mimic other peoples' voices is accurate to the myths of Eastern Africa, a Crocotta is said to look like a cross between a lion and a feral canine with spikes along its back. In contrast, the Crocotta as portrayed in Supernatural simply appears as a man with unusually thin, long and sharp teeth.
- Phone Call from the Dead: The Monster of the Week lures its victims by faking phone calls (and other messages) from dead loved ones.
- Race Lift: Crocottas are from Eastern African lore, but is portrayed here by a white actor.
- Together in Death: The Crocotta invokes this to kill its victims.
Appears in "Like A Virgin" (S06, Ep12).
- The Dragon: Apart from the obvious, to Eve.
- Giant Flyer: Their other, non-Humanoid form that they can take, while never fully shown unobscured, has a more bat-like appearance.
- Playing with Fire: An ability which can be used in either form.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: They can look human. This was to be explained in a scene that was deleted in which one of the dragons was to say "Your army was defeated and your kingdom burned to the ground. Who are you going to tell your king did it? Me a man, or a sixty foot, fire-breathing serpent snake from Hell?"
Eve, the Mother Of All
- "Okay, fine, I'll quit playing nice."
Portrayed by Julia Maxwell and Samantha Smith
- Absurdly Youthful Mother: Possesses a gorgeous young woman who may or may not be a teenager. That means that this only applies appearance-wise, as Eve herself is over ten thousand years old and thus more than old enough to be having children.
- Achilles' Heel: Phoenix ash is her only weakness. Even if phoenix ash has been drunk by Dean, that blood is lethal to her due to phoenix ash being in it.
- Assimilation Plot: In "Mommy Dearest," we find out that her ultimate goal is to turn all humans into hybrid creatures so that all their souls will belong to her in Purgatory and denying any to Crowley.
- Big Bad: She is the one responsible for the creation of all of the evil creatures Sam and Dean faced in the first five seasons.
- Black Sheep: Suggested to be one in Season 7 as both her and her children are looked down upon by the Leviathans who are implied to be related to her and, by extension, to her children.
- Disc One Final Boss: In Season 6.
- Evilutionary Biologist: Has a few shades of this. She's not much interested in humans, except as potential test subjects to help her create the perfect monster.
- Evil Versus Evil: She reveals in "Mommy Dearest" that she's come to Earth in response to Crowley hunting her "children" and is preparing to go to war with him.
- A Form You Are Comfortable With: Subverted. In "Mommy Dearest," Eve takes the form of Dean and Sam's mom just to mess with them.
- Fun with Acronyms: Fans call her the "Mother Of Monsters."
- Glamour Failure: By seeing her on security tape footage, it's very clear she is not human.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: She bites Dean to try and turn him into one of her hybrid creatures, only to find out that he had previously ingested some phoenix ash (her one weakness). Cue gory death.
- Humanoid Abomination: She's an Eldritch Abomination possessing a girl her Mooks tossed into Purgatory.
- Mama Bear: Do not hurt her children. She does not care if you are the King of Hell or not, she will hunt you down.
- Meaningful Name: The fact that her name's Eve and she's the mother of all monsters can't be a coincidence.
- Mother of a Thousand Young: From which almost all Sapient non-Humans with some exceptions (e.g. Angels, Demons, Leviathans) are descended from.
- Nightmare Face: The aforementioned Glamour Failure in "...And Then There Were None" has Eve appearing on camera with the face of a rotting corpse and white eyes. Yikes.
- Nothing Personal: More or less states she has nothing against Dean and Sam, or humanity in general. Her real beef is with Crowley and her attack on mankind is simply a means to an end.
- This Was His True Form: Played with. Although she does transform back to her previous appearance when she's dying, it's not actually her true form, but the form of the young woman she's possessing.
- Uh-Oh Eyes
- Creepy Blue Eyes: In human form. The eyes themselves aren't creepy, but there's something dead in those baby blues when Eve's the one looking out of them. But...
- Prophet Eyes: ...when she appears on-camera, her eyes are milky-white. But...
- Supernatural Gold Eyes: ...when she's rising from Purgatory, her eyes are glowing yellow-ly. See her picture.
- Woman in White: Wears a white dress.
- Badass Boast: The Leprechaun that Sam confronts scoffs at the power of angels (already shown to be immensely powerful) and claims to have "real magic, from my side of the fence." Given that he comes from another reality with completely different set of physical and metaphysical laws, this is no empty boast.
- Deal with the Fae: It's implied in Season 6 that they have made deals with humans in much the same as demons do. Though while they don't demand a soul in exchange, they do seek something in exchange; in the case of "Clap Your Hands If You Believe," it is the right to take the firstborn sons of the town of the deal-maker, and they will strictly enforce it.
- Disneyfication: Averted (see Our Fairies Are Different below). They can be quite dangerous and malicious. This aversion to Disneyfication is lampshaded in "LARP and the Real Girl" when a woman asks "Wait. Fairy magic can be bad?"
- Drunk on Milk: In "Clap Your Hands If You Believe," the watchmaker says the cream is like tequila for fairies. The little folk are shown passed out or staggering around.
- Fairy Sexy: Gilda in "LARP and the Real Girl."
- Insane Troll Logic: Inverted in "LARP and the Real Girl" in that it is Gilda's human master who is this instead of her.
- Land of Faerie: Their homeworld.
- Magically Binding Contract: See Deal with the Devil above.
- Our Fairies Are Different: Supernatural has given us a variety of different types of fairies, ranging from the stereotypical Tinkerbell-like ones and shoe-making elves, to humanoid ones without wings, and menacing Redcaps.
- Reality Warper: Potentially the most powerful ones in the series with the possible exception of the Trickster (AKA Loki/ Gabriel).
Appears in "Man's Best Friend With Benefits" (S08, Ep15).
- All Witches Have Cats: The cat is a common type of familiar, but not the only type seen in Supernatural.
- Bestiality Is Depraved: Witches are not supposed to have sexual relations with their familiars.
- Bond Creatures: Familiars chose their masters and are not pets.
- Morphic Resonance: The familiars' animal forms resemble their human ones.
- Psychic Link: A witch and his familiar have a mental link.
Appears in "Slumber Party" (S09, Ep04).
- Dark Is Evil: Or then at least chaotic.
- Maniac Monkeys: Pretty crazy.
- Mooks: In the service of the Wicked Witch of the West.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: One of the main physical traits along with their wings and dark fur.
- The Unfought: Charlie Bradbury closes the door to Oz before any of them get a chance to enter the Human world.
- Winged Humanoid: More like winged primates.
Appears in "Jump The Shark" (S04, Ep19).
- Avenging the Villain: The ghouls are after Sam and Dean because John killed their parent.
- Decapitation Required: Blowing a ghoul's brains out also works.
- Fantastic Slur: The ghouls take offense to being called, well, "ghouls."
Appears in "Everyone Hates Hitler" (S08, Ep13).
- Living Statue: Shaped from clay.
- One-Man Army: The Golem takes on an entire German army base in occupied Belarus in 1944 and kills almost everyone in it.
Appears in "Crossroad Blues" (S02, Ep08), "Time Is On My Side" (S03, Ep15), "No Rest For The Wicked" (S03, Ep16), "Abandon All Hope" (S05, Ep10), "The Devil You Know" (S05, Ep20), "Weekend At Bobby's" (S06, Ep04), "Caged Heart" (S06, Ep10), and "Trial and Error" (S08, Ep14).
- The Dreaded: Post-Season 3 they have become this for Dean, who appears noticeably afraid whenever he comes up against them. Both Brady and Meg become very scared when faced with the hounds as an enemy, and until Season 8, the Winchesters never actually tried to fight the Hellhounds, running from them or being saved by something else in every encounter with them.
- Invisible Monsters: They are only seen by the person whose soul they are there to claim. They are invisible on the show with only their actions visible. Finally seen with all their glory in Season 8, as they can be seen with glasses burned by holy fire.
- Punch Clock Villain: By virtue of the fact that they do not have sapience.
The Four Horsemen (War, Famine, Pestilence, Death)
The Four Horsemen — War (Titus Welliver), Famine (James Otis), Pestilence (Matt Frewer) and Death (Julian Richings)
For information on Death as a separate entity from the other Horsemen, see his entry on Supernatural Reapers.
- Achilles' Heel: Cutting off their rings defeats them, or at least breaks their physical forms.
- Ambition Is Evil: War, Famine, Pestilence and Death's plan to destroy the earth and wreck havoc. It turns out that Death is the only one who genuinely isn't interested in the plan and is only acting under Lucifer's spell, while his three brothers are actively malicious and want to see mankind wiped out completely.
- Anthropomorphic Personification: Since Anna says that they will revert to their "day jobs" without the Apocalypse, this trope is most likely what they are in essence. Word of God says that Lucifer drew these entities to him for the oncoming Apocalypse, rather than having always been their boss.
- Badass: ALL OF THEM.
- Bad Boss: Famine either uses the demons under his orders as sacrifice or as lunch.
- Big Eater: Famine, since he IS hunger.
- and, to a lesser extent, Death's incessent craving for junk food makes him this at times.
- Cool Car: Each one of them has one. War has a red Mustang, Famine has a black Chevy, Pestilence has a greenish-grey Pinto and Death, the last we see, has a white 1959 Cadillac Eldorado.
- Well, some are less cool than others. However, they are all puns, as each type of car is named after a horse, and is the color of horse that each respective horseman rides. Of course, they mixed two of them up; in Revelation, Death rides the pale horse while the white rider is generally labeled as Conquest. Possibly lampshaded/foreshadowed earlier in Season 4 when Alastair said about Death, "You know he doesn't really ride a pale horse?"
- Cosmic Entity: See Anthropomorphic Personification
- Dark Is Evil: Subverted. They aren't motivated by any since of evil, they are just doing their ordained jobs. Had they not been subjugated to serve Lucifer would otherwise have nothing to do with his machinations.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?:
- War, thanks to Ruby's knife. ("C'mon, kids, you can't beat War!")
- Famine, courtesy of Sam and his demon powers, which Famine forced back on Sam.
- Pestilence, thanks to the last bit of angel left in Castiel.
- Death is subverted, as it turns out he's far too strong to defeat, but he helps the Winchesters anyway. In Season 10's finale, though, Dean unexpectedly kills Death with his own scythe. The consequences remain to be seen.
- Don't Fear the Reaper: Death, of course.
- The Dragon: All of them are this to Lucifer.
- Evil Cripple: Famine
- Evil Is Hammy: Especially Famine.
- Evil Makes You Ugly: Famine
- Evil Old Folks: Famine
- Evil Tastes Good: Famine's favorite food? Human souls, but he could go for some demons too. And they are DELICIOUS!
- Evil Wears Black: All of them seem to love the color black.
- Fingore: War and Pestilence both get their ring fingers cut off.
- Four Is Death: And you can add War, Famine and Pestilence.
- Gotta Catch Them All: The Horsemen's rings are the keys to trap Lucifer again. Fortunately, the boys already have the rings for War and Famine when they learn this.
- The Grim Reaper: Guess...
- Horror Hunger: Famine makes others hungry for whatever their weakness may be. Such as demon blood for Sam, for example.
- Humanoid Abomination: Each of them is an Anthropomorphic Personification of Death, War, Pestilence and Famine. They technically count as this.
- Humans Are the Real Monsters: War thinks that we only need a little push to kill each other, and Famine is not a big fan of our tendencies for always wanting more than what we can handle. Pestilence considers that bacteria and microbes aren't chaotic or destructive; we are. At least, Death is not so hard; he just sees us as incredibly insignificant.
- Master of Illusion: War uses his ring to confuse two groups of humans by making them think that members of the other group are demons.
- Meaningful Names: They control whatever it is they are named after.
- Noble Top Enforcer: Death
- Plague Master: Pestilence
- Quirky Miniboss Squad: Four powerful beings that have to be beaten before going for Lucifer, the Big Bad.
- Really 700 Years Old: Especially Death. He has been around since the very beginning of time along with God.
- Ring of Power: All of them have one.
- Sinister Scythe: Death's Weapon of Choice.
- Smug Snake: War and Famine.
- Suddenly Shouting: Pestilence, who has quite a temper.If Satan wants them so bad, then he can GLUE THEM BACK TOGETHER!!!
- Token Good Teammate: Death is better than War, Famine and Pestilence by a country mile.
- Vanity License Plate: At least Pestilence and Death both have personalized license plates on their cars alluding to their roles. Pestilence's is registered in Nevada and says "SIKN TRD" as he brings disease, while Death's is registered in California and says "BUH*BYE" as he brings death.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Pestilence is never seen or heard from again when he disappears after getting some fingers sliced off by Castiel.
Eve's creations in "Mommy Dearest" (S06, Ep19).
Another new creation by Eve in "... And Then There Were None" (S06, Ep16).
"You haven't got a name for me yet. I'm new around here. Eve cooked me up herself."
- Body Surf: The Khan Worm possesses its victims by entering through any open cavity and leaves black goo behind after its job is done, leaving its host completely unaware that anything ever happened.
- Evil Sounds Deep: Invoked in that whoever it possess speaks in a deeper voice than they usually would. One notable example is Bobby.
- Hero Killer: Racks up an impressive body count in its only appearance. Apart from some Red Shirts, it takes out Gwen, Rufus, Samuel and almost Bobby.
- It Can Think: Very intelligent and deceptive for a worm.
- Orifice Evacuation: Crawls out through the ear.Dean: Worm crawls in you, worm crawls out.Rufus: Monster possession? That's novel.
- Shout-Out: Dean named it after Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.Bobby: So, we're talking about, like, a monster that gets in you?Dean: It's like a Khan worm on steroids.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Electricity
- Disc One Final Boss: It wasn't the primary antagonist of the episode it appeared in.
- Invisibility: Seems to have this ability in the Supernatural universe.
- Misplaced Wildlife: Lampshaded when it is stated that they are only supposed to be found in Greece.
- Kill It with Fire: The final in a list of steps necessary to destroy one.
Leviathans — Not-Castiel (Misha Collins), Dick Roman (James Patrick Stuart), Dr. Gaines (Cameron Bancroft), Edgar (Benito Martinez), Chet (Sean Owen Roberts), Agent Valente (Morgan David Jones), Susan (Olivia Cheng), Joyce Bicklebee (Mary Page Keller), Not-Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki), Not-Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles)The first beings created by God, the Leviathans were imprisoned in Purgatory when God became worried they would consume His other creations. In 2011, they were freed when Castiel opened Purgatory and absorbed all the souls there to become the new God. The Leviathans eventually took over Castiel, but when Castiel proved unable to contain them, they left the angel's body and escaped into the world, possessing many people.
- Achilles' Heel: The only way to kill a Leviathan is to stab it with the bone of a righteous mortal dipped in the blood of a fallen angel, the King of Hell and a father of the fallen beasts (an Alpha monster, the first of a monster species). This weakness is fairly hard to use against them because of meeting the above conditions and that they managed to keep it a secret until "Reading is Fundamental." As for their other weakness, see Weaksauce Weakness below. The only other known way to kill one is have it eaten by another Leviathan, or being forced to eat itself.
- Until "Reading is Fundamental," even they didn't know that weakness. They only knew that their one weakness was written down somewhere.
- Witchcraft and decapitation slow them down at least. Prior to learning their true weakness, Sam and Dean tended to defeat them with a combination of borax and decapitation.
- Big Bad: For Season 7, more specifically Dick Roman.
- Big Eater: As in, eating humans and everything else. As in, 7 billion humans is not enough food for them.
- Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu: Turns out killing Dick Roman, the head Leviathan, drags the nearby people who killed him into Purgatory.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: Dick Roman, the man whose form was assumed by the head Leviathan, was one of the richest men in America. Since the death of the real Dick Roman and rise of the Leviathan who literally stole his identity, the latter slowly started becoming the most powerful businessman via multiple massive corporate takeovers.
- Cool and Unusual Punishment: Standard operating procedure for Leviathans who fail their tasks is to be forced to eat themselves! Now remember that, due to their Healing Factor, the sheer act of doing so becomes a Fate Worse Than Death since, if they slack off at all whilst devouring their own flesh, it will simply grow back and they'll be forced to do it all over again!
- Dangerously Genre Savvy: Despite being Smug Snakes, Dick Roman and the Leviathans have their moments. For example, when the Winchesters are gathering what they need to kill the Leviathans—a bone from a righteous mortal and blood from a fallen angel, the King of Hell and an Alpha monster—Dick summons the current King of Hell, Crowley, and traps him in his office, therefore ensuring that the Winchesters need to go into his office before they can finish the weapon.
- Gets better in the finale, as Dick has several other Leviathans copy his identity by copying DNA from the since-deceased real Dick Roman's arm, so the Winchesters don't know which one to attack.
- Demonic Possession: They take control of Castiel, or at least hijack his vessel Jimmy, at the end of the Season 7 premiere. Noticeable was the change in tone of voice from Castiel's deep monotone to one that sounds more like an insane version of Misha Collins's normal voice.
- In the following episode, Jimmy's body is about to be destroyed by their power, so they disperse, mass-possessing an unknown number of people across the country.
- The Dragon: Edgar seems to fulfill this role for Dick Roman and generally acts as the second-in-command of the race.
- Eldritch Abomination: The first things God created before everything else. Their hunger forced God to seal them away. But now they're back out thanks to Castiel..
- Fantastic Racism: They consider demons to be lower than garbage and would kill them all if given the opportunity though they are willing to cooperate with them if it serves their interests. They don't seem to have a high opinion of angels, either. Humans they actually admire somewhat, for their ingenuity and and progress, as well as their history of warfare and violence, but they still view them primarily as food. They generally regard every species as inferior to them, partly because they are capable of killing all of them (yes, even angels) and thus consider themselves the top of the food chain.
- They also despise the monster races sired by Eve (vampires, werewolves, etc), viewing them as mutts who're taking up their food supply. Because of this, they've specifically engineered their human complacency drug so that it poisons monsters as a side effect.
- Faux Affably Evil: Most of them tend to come across as this.
- Fight Off the Kryptonite: Dick Roman pulls off a villainous version of this trope by enduring a sustained barrage of borax-based cleaning products by the Winchesters long enough for him to catch up to them and fire the shot that ultimately killed Bobby Singer. Edgar shows some resistance to it in later appearances as well.
- Go Out With A Slasher Smile: Dick Roman, which suggests that he knew that his death would drag Dean and Castiel into Purgatory.
- Hero Killer: Just one of these guys (Edgar) delivers a worse beating on the Winchesters than they've ever received on the show, with the (possible) exception of Lucifer. Afterwards, Dean actually calls an ambulance, which—as the Television Without Pity recapper pointed out—he's never done before in the entire series' run.
- As of "Death's Door", Dick Roman has successfully killed Bobby Singer.
- In "Reading is Fundamental," a lone Leviathan (Edgar again) is revealed to be able to slaughter angels with disturbing ease.
- In "Survival of the Fittest," it is revealed that the Levianthans have killed an entire garrison of angels (that is, earthbound angels; they don't seem capable of invading Heaven or anything).
- Humanoid Abomination: When a leviathan possesses a host, the host body essentially becomes their physical form itself unlike other entities capable of possession who instead simply hijack their host bodies instead of outright assimilating them.
- Human Resources: Dick Roman wants to turn all of humanity into complacent and stupid food sources for the Leviathans. They consider seven billion humans to be a limited resource.
- I'm a Humanitarian: Not much of a surprise on this show, but their first instinct/threat regarding anything seems to be "Eat him."
- One of the only ways to kill Leviathans is to have them eat themselves or each other.
- It's Personal: They got Castiel and Bobby killed. Dean's method of coping with this is to single-mindedly devote himself to taking them down in a way that'd make John Winchester proud. (Or seriously concerned.)
- Jerkass: This is their least bad quality.
- Killed Off for Real:Dick Roman, after being stabbed with what is described in Achilles' Heel. However, it is an example of Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu, as killing the head Leviathan brings those who killed it into Purgatory.
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family: As one can tell from the picture above.
- Names to Run Away From Really Fast: Just watch Dean's reaction after Death first mentions them in "Meet the New Boss." He has never even heard of them before, but he knows they are bad news.
- Nigh Invulnerable: They shrug off being shot point-blank with silver, and Edgar survived having a car dropped on him.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Let's put it this way—God created Purgatory "just to lock those poisonous, clever things away."
- Slave to PR: As Dean notes to Roman, being in a celebrity's body means he can't just kill Dean himself, particularly in public.
- Smug Snake: Many of them, Roman especially.
- Space Whale Aesop: In "Slash Fiction," Bobby didn't see the point of Sheriff Jody Mills cleaning up Rufus' cabin. After testing every monster weakness imaginable on a captive Leviathan, the thing gets burned by borax that leaked into the basement while Jody was scrubbing the floor above. A lot of lives could have been saved if the average hunter was more into household chores.
- Stupid Evil: Their inflated opinion of themselves didn't help their cause when they refused to work with demons or any other supernatural beings, deeming them inferior. This was very crucial in turning the Alpha Vampire and Crowley against them which proved really crucial to their leader's demise.
- Token Good Teammate: Somewhat. Among the Leviathans is George, who is bullied by Joyce Bickleby, a Bad Boss superior-ranking lady Leviathan and, due to frustration, ends up helping the Winchesters by giving them crucial information. This still doesn't stop him from wanting to feed like the other evil Leviathans; he is just as selfish as the rest, but that happens to mean he is willing to sell them out (to a degree, since he doesn't think his info will make any difference) if it serves his interests.
- Villains Blend in Better: They seem to be adapting to the modern world fairly well, considering they predate everything on Earth. Justified since they gain the memories of anyone they possess or shapeshift into (though they need DNA for shapeshifting).
- Villain with Good Publicity: Pretty much everyone outside of the main characters and some of the side characters believe that Dick Roman is a businessman and a nice one too. In one episode, someone endorsed him for the Presidency. This is justified though with the implication that Dick makes in "There Will Be Blood" that he is replacing media figures with Leviathans that are in human forms, so he can look popular in the public eye. Of course, most people do not know about his plan.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Combined with their Demonic Possession, Leviathans can be virtually anybody.
- Weaksauce Weakness: They're immune to every monster-slaying technique and implement that's ever appeared on the show, but are damaged by borax, a common ingredient in cleaning supplies that burns them like acid. They were just as surprised at the revelation of this weakness as everyone else.
- Wham Line: "This...is going to be...so much fun."
- Also, "Cas is gone. He's dead. We run the show now."
- And from "Reading is Fundamental", "Rock beats scissors...Leviathan beats angel."
- You Have Failed Me: When Dr. Gaines' plan to use drugged fast food to make humans more complacent draws unwanted attention, Roman kills him—by forcing him to eat himself.
- Turns out this is standard protocol—unless you've really managed to piss Dick off, in which case he'll just eat you himself.
Appears in "Weekend At Bobby's" (S06, EP04).
- Not Quite Dead: As Bobby finds out after Rufus failed to do the proper procedure to kill it (stabbing it with a blessed bamboo dagger only five times instead of seven). However, Bobby manages to solve this...with a woodchipper.
- Our Werewolves Are Different: Okami aren't Werewolves but are closely related to werewolves in the Supernatural-verse.
Appears in "Frontierland" (S06, EP06).
Appears in "The Purge" (S09, EP13).
- Horror Hunger: They need body fat to survive.
- Overly Long Tongue: They suck the body fat using a revolting-looking tongue.
- Friendly Neighborhood Vampire: While Maritza seeks to use her fat sucking ability to help people get rid of their excessive weight, allowing her to survive without hurting anyone, her brother Alonso decides to give into his cravings and starts killing.
Appears in "Everybody Loves A Clown" (S02, Ep02).
- Horror Hunger: Eats human flesh.
- Invisible to Adults: Demonstrated when a child is shown seeing one but when shown from the parents point of view nothing was there.
- Kryptonite Factor: Can be killed with a brass knife.
Appears in "Faith" (S01, Ep12).
- Disc One Final Boss: It wasn't the primary antagonist of the episode it appeared in.
- Elemental Rock-Paper-Scissors: The rawhead, which is usually associated with water and lives by ponds, is sensitive to electricity in the form of tasers.
- Would Hurt a Child: Rawheads are said to eat children who tell lies or use bad words.
Appears in "Metamorphosis" (S04, Ep04).
Appears in "Skin" (S01, Ep06), "Nightshifter" (S02, Ep12), "Monster Movie" (S04, Ep05), "Two And A Half Men" (S06, Ep02), and "Caged Heart" (S06, Ep10).
- Glamour Failure: Their eyes flash when caught on camera.
- Human Mom, Non-Human Dad: Shapeshifters reproduce by impregnating human women, often by imitating the woman's partner.
- Kryptonite Factor
- Monster Progenitor: While the Alpha shapeshifter is immune to silver, he is affected by iridium.
- Painful Transformation: As the process of transforming requires them to peel off their outer skin and pop out a new set of teeth.
- Skin Walker: They are sometimes referred to as this though they change by way of biological transformation rather than Shamanistic Magic.
Appears in "Party On Garth" (S07, Ep18).
Appears in "Something Wicked" (S01, Ep18).
- Child Eater: Or then at least consumes their souls.
- Cold Iron: Can be killed if shot by consecrated iron while feeding.
- Creepy Long Fingers: As can be seen from its burnt on handprints.
- Life Drinker: Via feeding on people's souls.
- Nigh-Invulnerability: Which can only be negated when they are in the state of feeding.
- Regularly Scheduled Evil: The Shtriga appears in a town every 15-20 years.
Appears in "Sex And Violence" (S04, Ep14).
- Brainwashed and Crazy: The siren convinces its victims to kill the person closest to them to prove their love.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: The siren dies when exposed to its own toxin.
- Indirect Kiss: Not used as Ship Tease (probably) in the case of one of its victims, but rather as a way of infecting Dean.
- It Amused Me: Why the siren is forcing people to kill their loved ones.
- The Mirror Shows Your True Self: The siren's real form is shown in mirrors. One wonders why Dean didn't see it earlier.
Appears in "Hell House" (S01, Ep17).
- Clap Your Hands If You Believe: Sigils + concentrated thoughts of hundreds of websurfers = Mordechai the meme-ghost.
- The Power of Creation: Mordechai and the haunted cabin are born from the imagination of some bored teenagers.
- You Cannot Kill An Idea: Which theoretically makes it Ungankable. While the house that the Tulpa resides in was burned down, neither the Winchesters nor the Ghostfacers have ever gone back to see if has ceased to exist.
Appears in "Adventures In Babysitting" (S07, Ep11).
- Bash Brothers: They tend to hunt in pairs.
- Hellish Pupils: Vertical irises.
- Hungry Menace: Feed on the blood of their prey over days, with a person usually dying after 3-4 feeds.
- Instant Sedation: Sedate victims with their venom.
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Four pointed fangs.
- Silver Has Mystic Powers: Can be killed by a silver knife to the heart.
Dr. Eleanor Visyak
Portrayed by Kim Johnston Ulrich
- Chekhov's Gunman: Originally introduced as a contact of Bobby's, she's revealed at the end of Season 6 to be an escapee from Purgatory, and the only one who knows how to open a portal there.
- Humanoid Abomination: What you're actually talking to is the thing that possessed her back in the 1930s when a portal to purgatory was opened. Turns out she was HP Lovecraft's maid beforehand.
- Interspecies Romance: With Bobby in the past.
- Killed Off for Real: In "The Man Who Knew Too Much."
- Token Good Teammate: Compared to other Purgatory creatures like Eve and the Leviathans. She came out, liked it on Earth and kept to herself.
Appears in you guessed it, "Wendigo" (S01, Ep02).
- Don't Go in the Woods: The three people in the intro found out the hard way.
- Evil Makes You Monstrous: Eating human flesh transforms the person.
- Horror Hunger: Keeps people alive as a supply of fresh meat.
The Whore of Babylon
The Whore of Babylon
Portrayed by Kayla Mae Maloney in "99 Problems" (S05, Ep17).
- Dark Messiah: More like Dark Prophetess.
- Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon: A more literal example than usual.
- Humanoid Abomination: You kinda know that she isn't as human you think she is when you see this◊
- Manipulative Bitch: Claims to be a...
- Seer: Only she's not.
- Shapeshifter Guilt Trip: Against the pastor whose daughter he is impersonating.
- Walking Spoiler: Knowing too much about her gives away the twist for the episode.
Appears in "Sam Interrupted" (S05, Ep11).
- Blade Below the Shoulder: It more specifically protrudes out of the wrist with the purpose of getting at peoples brains.
- Brain Food: Wraiths consume cerebral slushies.
- Came Back Wrong: They tend to suffer from Sanity Slippage.
- Immune to Bullets: Even silver bullets.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: The only way to kill a zombie is to nail them to their grave bed.