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-->'''Meg:''' Would it kill you to watch a movie, read a book?
-->'''Cas:''' A movie, no. But a book with the proper spells -- yeah, it could, theoretically, kill me.

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-->'''Meg:''' Would it kill you to watch a movie, read a book?
-->'''Cas:'''
book?\\
'''Cas:'''
A movie, no. But a book with the proper spells -- yeah, it could, theoretically, kill me.



* LoveableSexManiac: 2014!Castiel in "The End" qualifies as he is seen having orgies with multiple women.

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* LoveableSexManiac: LovableSexManiac: 2014!Castiel in "The End" qualifies as he is seen having orgies with multiple women.

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** [[spoiler:In Season 14, the ruler of the Empty comes for Jack but Castiel convinces it to take him instead. However, it tells Castiel it will only collect at some unknown point in the future when he is happy and thinks he is safe to further torture him.]]


* PopCulturedBadass: [[spoiler:Courtesy of Metatron.]]

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* PopCulturedBadass: [[spoiler:Courtesy He becomes one late in Season 9, [[spoiler:courtesy of Metatron.Metatron who transfers the knowledge of everything he's read/watched that was created by humanity into his head ''purely'' to have a conversation without having to stop to explain the references he was planning to use.]]


--->'''Sam:''' What the hell happened to you?\\
'''Castiel:''' I found a liquor store.\\
'''Sam:''' ...and?\\
'''Castiel:''' And I ''drank it''. Why'd you call me?



* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Castiel has a tendency to demonstrat one off powers that are required to resolve a plot only to never be used again.

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* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Castiel has a tendency to demonstrat demonstrate one off powers that are required to resolve a plot only to never be used again.


--> '''Castiel:''' In the words of an old friend, ''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome bite me]]''.

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--> '''Castiel:''' In the words of an old friend, ''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome bite me]]''.''bite me''.



* ThePowerOfLove: In Season 8, he is [[spoiler:BrainwashedAndCrazy due to Naomi and ordered to kill Dean. But when [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming Dean calls him family and tells him he needs him]], he snaps out of his trance and starts helping the Winchesters again.]]

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* ThePowerOfLove: In Season 8, he is [[spoiler:BrainwashedAndCrazy due to Naomi and ordered to kill Dean. But when [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming Dean calls him family and tells him he needs him]], him, he snaps out of his trance and starts helping the Winchesters again.]]


* GutturalGrowler: Castiel is fairly growly, although this is on purpose; actor Misha Collins felt that as Castiel's natural voice shatters windows and makes people's ears bleed, his voice in his human vessel should be rather tough-sounding. Jimmy's voice is pretty much Misha's normal speaking voice, which sounds, well, normal. In the character's first appearances at the start of Season 4, his voice is much cleaner and only sounds slighty deeper and growlier than Misha's normal voice(as he hadn't decided exactly how to do it yet).

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* GutturalGrowler: Castiel is fairly growly, although this is on purpose; actor Misha Collins felt that as Castiel's natural voice shatters windows and makes people's ears bleed, his voice in his human vessel should be rather tough-sounding. Jimmy's voice is pretty much Misha's normal speaking voice, which sounds, well, normal. In the character's first appearances at the start of Season 4, his voice is much cleaner and only sounds slighty slightly deeper and growlier than Misha's normal voice(as voice (as he hadn't decided exactly how to do it yet).yet.)
** Misha Collins has also made no secret that doing Castiel's voice is absolute hell on his throat.

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* WeakToMagic: Castiel is impervious to nearly everything on Earth. However, in season 10, when Rowena casts a spell on him, we find out that even angels are effected negatively by magic. This is likely because witches are believed to draw their powers from an unholy covenant with a demon. When cast upon a holy vessel, the grace of an angel and the evil taint of sorcery fight for supremacy. Across multiple episodes, Castiel is visibly, physically distressed, even having seizures and crying blood tears as his grace fights to expel the tainted magic from his vessel.


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* BigEater: Not usually, since Castiel's powers mean that Jimmy's body stays sort of 'frozen'(and thereby doesn't need nutrition), but when he gets close to Famine in "[[Recap/SupernaturalS05E14MyBloodyValentine My Bloody Valentine]]", its enough to trigger Jimmy's love of burgers, which Castiel doesn't have the strength to resist. Virtually every scene he's in, either he's actively eating or holding a bag filled with them.

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* BigEater: Not usually, since Castiel's powers mean that Jimmy's body stays sort of 'frozen'(and 'frozen' (and thereby doesn't need nutrition), but when he gets close to Famine in "[[Recap/SupernaturalS05E14MyBloodyValentine My Bloody Valentine]]", its it's enough to trigger Jimmy's love of burgers, which Castiel doesn't have the strength to resist. Virtually every scene he's in, either he's actively eating or holding a bag filled with them.


* ChronicBackstabbingDisorder: [[spoiler:First of all, he betrays Heaven in siding with the Winchesters during the Apocalypse. Then in Season 6, he betrays the Winchesters by making a deal with Crowley to gain access to Purgatory and use the souls there for power. ''Then'', he betrays Crowley in order to take all the souls of Purgatory for himself and declare himself the new God. He ends up betraying the Winchesters ''again'' in Season 8, although this time it isn't technically his fault as he's being controlled by Naomi at the time.]]

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* ChronicBackstabbingDisorder: [[spoiler:First of all, he betrays Heaven in siding with the Winchesters during the Apocalypse. Then in Season 6, he betrays the Winchesters by making a deal with Crowley to gain access to Purgatory and use the souls there for power. ''Then'', he betrays Crowley in order to take all the souls of Purgatory for himself and declare himself the new God. However, these were all done in the interest of saving the whole world from Raphael's attempt to restart the Apocalypse, and Castiel succeeded preventing that. He ends up betraying the Winchesters ''again'' in Season 8, although this time it isn't technically his fault as he's being controlled mind-controlled by Naomi at the time.]]


%* BlueAndOrangeMorality: There are more than a few moments where it's abundantly clear that he's operating from a ''very'' different moral framework to the Winchesters, which is arguably the biggest source of tension between himself and Dean throughout the series.

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%* * BlueAndOrangeMorality: There are more than a few moments where it's abundantly clear that he's operating from a ''very'' different moral framework to the Winchesters, which is arguably the biggest source of tension between himself and Dean throughout the series.

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* BrutalHonesty: Especially in the earlier seasons where he hasn't quite mastered social skills yet.
--->'''Castiel:''' I owe you an apology.\\
'''Dean:''' Cas, it's okay.\\
'''Castiel:''' You are not the burnt and broken shell of a man that I believed you to be.\\
'''Dean:''' ''[caustically]'' Thank you. I appreciate that.
** And again when he's rendered slightly mad in the aftermath of his possession by Leviathans.
--->'''Castiel''' (to Sam): You seem troubled. Of course, that's a primary aspect of your personality, so I sometimes ignore it.


%%* BlueAndOrangeMorality: There are more than a few moments where it's abundantly clear that he's operating from a ''very'' different moral framework to the Winchesters, which is arguably the biggest source of tension between himself and Dean throughout the series.

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%%* %* BlueAndOrangeMorality: There are more than a few moments where it's abundantly clear that he's operating from a ''very'' different moral framework to the Winchesters, which is arguably the biggest source of tension between himself and Dean throughout the series.


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* CharacterTics: He licks his lips quite often.

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* InnocentUsedByEvil: Castiel is [[spoiler: possessed by Lucifer in order to gain intel on what Sam and Dean Winchester are up to. Using similar speech patterns and mannerisms as Castiel, he pulls it off.]]

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