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Other Monsters And Supernatural Beings in Supernatural
Many 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 certainly receives some sympathy from the Winchesters; 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.
- Patricide: Amazon girls are indoctrinated into committing this.
- Rapid Aging: They have a remarkably short pregnancy and babies age into fully aware toddlers overnight, which then age into teenagers within days.
- Rite of Passage: A horrific one. The Amazon girls are brainwashed into killing their father as an initiation ritual.
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.
- The Virus: Arachnes create more of themselves by biting and turning human victims.
Appears in "Into the Mystic" (S11, Ep11).
- Black Eyes of Crazy: More like very dark purple sclera (with irises of gold), but fits the trope nonetheless.
- Brain Food: The banshee feeds on the frontal lobes of her victims.
- Make Me Wanna Shout: Banshees can unleash an ultra loud scream, though only the intended target they plan to kill can hear it.
- Super Smoke: They can turn into an ethereal form.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Gold is the only thing that can kill it.
Appears in "The Chitters" (S11, Ep19).
- Glowing Eyes of Doom: The people they take over exhibit green glowing eyes.
- Kill It with Fire: What has to be done to kill them.
- Puppeteer Parasite: In a manner similar to Khan Worms, though Bisaan are feral rather sapient.
- Regularly Scheduled Evil: The Bisaan only come out to breed every 27 years.
Appears in "Wayward Sisters" (S13, Ep10).
- Alien Blood: Their blood is blue.
- All There in the Manual: In the script in this case. You can read here for details.
- Black Cloak: They are all shown to wear tattered cloaks and cover their bodies and most of their faces.
- Four-Fingered Hands: Three fingered hands in their case.
- Humanoid Abomination: The Cloaked Figures who at first glance come from the Bad Place and show red eyes, but when we get a look at them proper when their hoods are pulled off, nothing underneath can be called even remotely human.
- Monstrous Mandibles: To use the words of the Supernatural wiki, "the canids mouth reveals a mandible that when opened reveals a beak with tendrils."
- The Nose Knows: They exhibit a strong sense of smell which they use to hunt down Sheriff Mills and the other hunters.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Their eyes are shown to glow red.
Appears in "The Kids Are Alright" (S03, Ep02).
- Creepy Child: While they invoke this, 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?"
- What Happened to the Mouse?: After their single appearance in this episode, dragons have never seen nor mentioned of again.
Eve, the Mother of all Monsters
Portrayed by Julia Maxwell and Samantha Smith
- "Okay, fine, I'll quit playing nice."
The first monster from which all others are descended.
- 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.
- Ambiguously Related: We never get any clarification about what exactly she is. The Other Wiki categorizes her as a God, and she's implied to be related to the Leviathans (although she's clearly different from them).
- 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.
- 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. Subverted when she is referenced again in Season 15, as the Leviathans call her "mother", suggesting that she got a promotion of sorts since returning to Purgatory.
- Came Back Strong: In Season 15, it is revealed that Eve returned to Purgatory after her death on Earth and implicitly became its queen, as the Leviathans now refer to her as their mother.
- Decomposite Character: She's based on the mythological Lilith, Adam's first wife who ended up as enemy of mankind by siring thousands of demons/monsters everyday. However, the name Lilith is already used for another character in the show, so she is called by a different name to prevent confusion.
- Disc-One Final Boss: In Season 6, she is built up as being a major threat but is killed off before the season's end. The true main villains are Raphael, Crowley, and Castiel.
- Dissonant Serenity: Very blasé about feeding a bar full of people to one of her children.
- Does Not Like Shoes: She doesn't put shoes on her human host's feet.
- Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: Or at least the body she's wearing is pale and brunette.
- 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.
- Faux Affably Evil: Walks up to strangers and gives them loving kisses... which turn them into monsters that proceed to attack any people near them.
- 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.
- Greater-Scope Villain: She is the one responsible for the creation of all monsters (vampires, werewolves, shapeshifters, etc.) Sam and Dean face throughout the series.
- 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.
- Monster Lord: Since she sires all monsters, she is basically their queen, although she is not a monster herself.
- Monster Progenitor: She is the one responsible for the creation of every monster found in the series.
- Mother of a Thousand Young: From which all monsters are descended from. True to the trope, she is also very different from any of her children.
- Ms. Fanservice: She takes the form of a beautiful young woman, who wears just a sleeveless white dress, and walks around barefoot.
- 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. Thanks to Team Free Will messing up her plans by killing her and her children on Earth, It's Personal now.
- One Bad Mother: Her epithet is the "Mother of all Monsters" and she is definitely evil.
- Parental Favoritism: Averted; she loves all her children equally and even commissioned the dragon killing swords so they wouldn't extinguish her other children.
- Power Nullifier: Because she predates angels she can nullify their power.
- Prophet Eyes: When she appears on-camera, her eyes are milky-white.
- Punny Name: Ben Edlund said that Eve also refers to how she is moving towards a world of monsters, the time leading up to her reaching her goal.
- Really 700 Years Old: 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.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Season 15 reveals that she wants to exact revenge against Team Free Will for killing her on Earth, killing the Alphas, and releasing the Leviathans.
- The Social Darwinist: Says she doesn't hold a grudge against human hunters for killing a few of her children since it's just nature (especially since her children give as good as they get). She feels differently about Crowley and Castiel abducting them en masse to experiment on them.
- Supernatural Gold Eyes: When she's rising from Purgatory, her eyes are glowing yellow-ly. See her picture.
- 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.
- Transformation of the Possessed: Her possession drastically alters her host's body. The corpse left behind is still psychically connected to her children and the womb is filled with and producing monster eggs.
Appears in "Clap Your Hands If You Believe" (S06, Ep09) and "LARP and The Real Girl" (S08, Ep11)
- 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 Devil: 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. Other inhabitants of their world include Changelings (according to the creators), Flying Monkeys, some humans (two known ones are the Wicked Witch of the West and the Wizard of Oz), and presumably, the Zanna.
- 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."
- To Serve Man / You Are Who You Eat: The ghouls eat humans (usually ones that are already dead) and take on the form of the last person they ate.
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.
- Guardian Entity: Protects the Jewish people.
- Religion is Magic: The Golem is brought to life by a Rabbi.
- Servile Snarker: At least the one we meet. He's quite unhappy with his new boss and lets him know it, repeatedly telling him to shape up. Once he does at the end, he's more respectful.
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), "Trial and Error" (S08, Ep14), and "Between Heaven and Hell" (S12, Ep 15).
- 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.
Eve's creations in "Mommy Dearest" (S06, Ep19).
- Assimilation Plot: Eve wants to turn all humans into Jefferson Starships.
- Shout-Out: Named by Dean after Jefferson Starship because "they're horrible and hard to kill."
- They Look Just Like Everyone Else!: Even to hunters. That is what Eve wants to create, by combining various monsters. She succeeds.
Appears in "Wayward Sisters" (S13, Ep10).
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: The creature that left the giant footprint in the episode prior to its debut reveals itself in this one after the hooded figure rings its dinner bell. After seeing it, Sam and Dean wisely decide to get the hell out of dodge.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Their eyes are shown to glow red.
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
"The Girl Next Door" (S07, Ep03).
- Monster Is a Mommy: The case with both Amy Pond and her mother.
- Race Lift: Kitsune are from Japanese lore, but are all portrayed by white actors.
- Vegetarian Vampire: Variation in that Amy is targeting drug dealers and other criminals as sources of fresh pituitary glands to help her son recover.
"Weekend At Bobby's" (S06, Ep04).
- 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.
Appears in "Baby" (S11, EP04).
- Horrifying the Horror: The monster Dean and Sam are tracking down is building an army of converts to fight the Darkness. Dean comments that the Darkness is so dangerous that now even the monsters are shitting their pants over it.
- Losing Your Head: The monster of the week can survive decapitation and is extremely pissed off about it.
- Vampire Monarch: When Deputy Donelly is (finally) killed, Mrs. Markham and her family return to human.
- Viral Transformation: A Nachzehrer can turn other people into nachzehrers.
- Weaksauce Weakness: A piece of copper, such as a copper coin, has to be put in its mouth before cutting its head off to kill it.
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).
- Complete Immortality: Dean only manages to kill one with the Colt.
- Our Phoenixes Are Different: They look (or can look) human.
- Man of Kryptonite: Unlike every other monster, they are anathema to Eve, forming in her body like a cancer and their ash being the one thing that can poison her to death. They're despised by all other monsters because of this.
- Playing with Fire: Can burn people alive with a touch.
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 "Love Hurts" (S11, EP13).
- And Show It to You: The qarin kills by yanking out the heart of its victim.
- Our Genies Are Different: Qarin in the Supernatural-verse are stated to be related to Djinn.
- Shout-Out: As a few have noticed, the qarin's shapeshifting and "venereal" way of passing from victim to victim are reminiscent of the monster in It Follows.
- Spell My Name with an S: Some translations of Arabic to English have the name of this race of beings spelled as "Qareen".
- Telepathy: Another of its abilities, which a qarin uses in order to transform into whoever the victim finds most desirable.
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.
- Must Be Invited: This is why the Rakshasa appears to the children as a clown.
- Uncleanliness Is Next to Ungodliness: Lives in squalor and sleeps on a bed of dead insects.
- Wouldn't Hurt a Child: Leaves the child unharmed while it kills the parents.
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).
- Big Eater: Justified as they have to eat frequently due to a high calorie burning rate. After they first eat human flesh, they'll never stop to be hungry (until they're dead of course).
- Horror Hunger: Eats human flesh, and in large quantity.
- Kill It with Fire: It's the most effective way to kill them.
- Super Strength: They're far most stronger than humans, able to break bones and chains.
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.
- Glowing Eyes of Doom: They often reveal their eyes to their victims.
- Humanshifting: They can only turn into other human beings.
- Kryptonite Factor
- Silver Has Mystic Powers: They can be killed with a silver knife or bullets.
- Decapitation Required: Beheading works, too.
- 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. The Alpha Shapeshifter however transforms without shedding skin.
- Shapeshifter Longevity: The Alpha Shapeshifter is effectively immortal, unlike his children, having been around since he was created by Eve and fathered all other shapeshifters on the planet. Also, as the name implies, he's a shapeshifter - and even more powerful than his children, as he's capable of transforming without shedding his skin.
- Skinwalker: 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).
- Invisible Monsters: Except for those who have drunken sake or other alcoholic beverages.
- Stringy-Haired Ghost Girl: The Shojo looks like one of these.
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.
- Shapeshifter Default Form: The Shtriga usually appears as an innocuous human.
- Throat Light: As can be seen in the image that accompanies this entry.
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.
- Sex Shifter: A siren can change its gender to match whatever illusionary form it has adopted.
Appears in "Safe House" (S11, Ep16).
- Another Dimension: A soul eater's nest is located in a dimension outside of time and space.
- Demonic Possession: A soul eater can do this by way of restraining a soul that is in its nest and then using the person's body that is still on the other side.
- Humanoid Abomination: Pale humanish monsters from outside of space and time that steal souls to consume and imprison forever.
- Soul Eating: Exactly What It Says on the Tin.
- Things That Go "Bump" in the Night: To Kat, the Soul Eaters at first appear to be classic child's night terrors. One of them grabs her while she's hiding under the bed.
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.
- Fangs Are Evil: Four pointed fangs.
- 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.
- 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."
- Really 700 Years Old: She claims to be 900 years old.
- 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).
- Creepy Long Fingers: Look at its hands.
- Don't Go in the Woods: The one Sam and Dean fight hunts on an isolated nature trail in the Colorado woods.
- Evil Makes You Monstrous: They're originally humans who, after eating a certain amount of human meat, become a "less-than-human thing".
- Horror Hunger: It's perpetually driven to eat more and more human meat.
- Immune to Bullets: As Dean says once he realizes what their Monster of the Week is, their guns are officially useless. All they do to a wendigo is piss it off.
- It Can Think: Unlike most other monsters on the show, there is nothing about the wendigo that can make it pass for human. But it displays cunning in its attempts to use Voice Mimicry to lure victims to their deaths, and it apparently knows how to tie up live victims and how to store food for long winters. One particularly clever stunt, though, is updating the old KEEP OUT sign protecting its lair with a modern sign that warns of toxic waste.
- Just Eat Him: It captures all its victims (except Roy) alive and strings them up in its Abandoned Mine lair to be eaten later. Justified, as the wendigo tends to ration its catches to survive the winters, and the meat would go off if it killed its prey straight away.
- Kill It with Fire: What's required to kill it. Dean uses a flare gun.Dean: Guns are useless, so are knives. Basically...we've got to torch the sucker.
- Monster Delay: Exaggerated in that at first, we see almost nothing of him at all aside from a shadow moving too fast to properly make it out, but towards the episode's climax, though, we finally get clear shots of his upper-body's silhouetted outline and also even a brief glimpse of his face, but he's actually never even fully shown at all, creating a major sense of Nothing Is Scarier as well of all things.
- Monstrous Humanoid: Of the Was Once a Man type, and it's one of the few monsters appearing on the show which seemingly has no Human Disguise nor is it naturally human-looking.
- Neck Snap / Vertical Kidnapping: How it kills Roy.
- Nothing Is Scarier: See Monster Delay.
- Regularly Scheduled Evil: The wendigo in the title episode kills people every 23 years.
- Stripped to the Bone: The remains in its lair.
- Voice Changeling: It can use this to lure hapless victims into the woods so it can kill them.
- Was Once a Man: Sam actually says this in verbatim in the episode.
- Wendigo: The show's version is what humans become when they eat more than a certain amount of human flesh, and it's a roughly man-height, gaunt-looking Monstrous Humanoid which, though driven by Horror Hunger, is intelligent enough to store and ration its victims' meat. It's Immune to Bullets and to knives, and the way to kill it is with fire.
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.
- False Prophet: Her goal is to damn as many souls to Hell as possible. She does this by convincing the citizens of a small town that she's a prophet and manipulating them to commit heinous crimes by using their devotion to God against them.
- Horrifying the Horror: She knows Enochian spells that can incapacitate angels. Keep in mind that until this point, there were few beings shown to be able to go toe-to-toe with angels.
- Humanoid Abomination: You kinda know that she isn't as human you think she is when you see this◊
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: The weapon used to dispose of the Whore is a stake from a Babylon cypress tree, which is driven right through her.
- Manipulative Bitch: Her entire purpose is to falsely claim she's working for angels when in fact she's working for Lucifer. She has an entire town wrapped around her finger until she gets a cypress branch rammed into her.
- Seers: Claims to be one, though she's not.
- Shapeshifter Guilt Trip: Against the pastor whose late daughter she 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.
- Silver Has Mystic Powers: What's necessary to kill it.
- Through the Eyes of Madness: Inflicts this on some of its victims.
Appears in "Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things" (S02, Ep04).
- Ax-Crazy: Even when they’re freshly risen they tend to be particularly bloodthirsty towards those who did them harm in life. And their mental state only gets worse the longer they’re around, to the point that they start targeting people for increasingly flimsy reasons.
- 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.
- Removing the Head or Destroying the Brain: Those who are raised by Death can only be killed through headshots.
- Revenant Zombie: In "Southern Comfort", Garth advises Earl to nail the Revenant into a casket with silver spikes.
- Walking Wasteland: Plants and small animals near Zombies die.