supernatural castiel first appearance

As noted by Uriel, Naomi, Metatron and Ishim, Castiel is very attached to his ward, Dean Winchester, though he has come to include Sam and Mary as people in his care, and despite accusations that these three humans make him weak, Castiel defends that they are the source of his strength. Crowley, forced to act as Lucifer's slave, is forced on the run after he fails to kill Lucifer with another salvaged Hand of God. After recovering his memories, Castiel's normal personality more or less returned, and he was overcome with guilt over what he had done, how many he had killed, and for releasing the Leviathans, even questioning why he was still alive. At the warehouse, Castiel tells Sam and Dean what symbols to neutralize and where so he can enter and gives Sam his sword so he has a weapon against demons. Title/Alias [8], As his body started to rot, Castiel later agreed on the advice of Dean to release the souls back into Purgatory. The alternate universe version of Castiel, who never knew the Winchesters and thus never defected from Heaven is called in as an "expert" to interrogate and torture them. Furious, Chuck opens up all closed doors of hell and lifts undead corpses from their resting ground, thereby causing the second apocalypse. When the Winchesters unintentionally change history when a wish-granting pearl draws John Winchester of 2003 into the present, this creates a new timeline where Castiel is still a servant of Heaven alongside Zachariah. Dean has the angel secretly possessing Sam heal Castiel and takes him back to the bunker but later asks him to leave when Ezekiel, the angel inside Sam, requests it, potentially threatening Sam’s life if Dean doesn’t comply. This, despite the stress and harm it causes his character, allows him to develop an independent will as the series progresses and helps the show address topics related to free will. After Sam and Dean fail in their attempt to kill the Devil, Castiel teleports them to safety. Castiel then works with Jack and the Winchesters to evacuate their alternate universe allies through the rift and back to their original universe. Sam and Dean also learn of his partnership with Crowley when he slips up and reveals he is spying on them. "[41], Fan response to the character has also been positive. Castiel later assists Dean with expelling the angel Gadreel from Sam and heals Sam's wounds. Following his return in A Little Slice of Kevin, Castiel displayed a slightly more laid-back personality and a much less detached persona and showed human emotions as well as a taste for human things, as he commented how he missed watching TV. (...) Goodbye, Dean. After being captured and tortured by an angel named Malachi, Castiel steals the grace of Theo and returns to his original status as an angel (previously being promoted to a Seraph). When talking with another angel at an auction for the second Word of God tablet, Dean again states that Castiel did not make it out of Purgatory. Under her orders, he claims to Sam and Dean that he was forced to kill Samandriel in self-defense and that he is taking him back to Heaven to put him to rest (in reality so Naomi can determine just how much he broke), but his weird behavior and the fact that his eye starts bleeding arouses Sam and Dean's suspicions that he is being controlled. Although Meg doesn't return the feelings at the start, a year later she openly flirts with Castiel, and Castiel seemingly returns the attraction. While shocked by the existence of demons, he took it relatively well once it was explained to him. The two are joined by Meg, but upon reaching the hospital, find demons surrounding the entrance. Although Castiel learns that his stolen grace will kill him eventually, he refuses Metatron's offer to side with him, eventually convincing Gadreel to ally with him in opposing Metatron's attempt to stage a coup of Heaven even as Metatron tricks the other angels into follow him by presenting Castiel as a despot willing to destroy everything to win the war, convincing angels to 'suicide bomb' themselves and claim that Castiel told them to do it. In the season four premiere "Lazarus Rising", the angel Castiel is introduced as the one who brought Dean back from Hell and resurrected him. Although it has been suggested angels possibly do not possess the ability to truly feel emotion, Castiel frequently exhibits affection towards Dean. After ordering Zachariah away, Castiel carves Enochian sigils into Sam and Dean's ribs to hide them from all angels, including Lucifer. Species He soon becomes imprisoned by Lucifer, who tries to tempt Castiel into joining him, pointing out they are both targets of Heaven, but Castiel refuses. Castiel saves Dean from a demon and tries and fails to convince him to back off. In "Frontierland", Sam and Dean call for Castiel to send them back in time as they have learned that the ashes of a Phoenix can kill Eve and that Samuel Colt killed one in the past with The Colt. Castiel briefly loses this faith after Joshua reveals that God doesn't care and falls into a depression for some time. He does not seem to have a high fashion sense, preferring neatness over beauty. He then left Heaven as he didn't want to be a leader and was dying due to his burning-out grace before Crowley saved him with Adina's grace. The group is also aided by Lucifer after he escaped and decided to help out. In 1901, Castiel was shown to use, Castiel is also the first angel shown on-screen to use both a male and female vessel. Castiel is the first angel to have his vessel possessed by another angel, while he himself is still inside of it. [10] After taking on Sam's madness and experience in Hell in order to save the Winchesters and redeem himself for what he did to Sam, Castiel had become insane and fell into a coma. Castiel later discovers Sam and Dean are working with a demon called Meg, whom he refers to as an abomination. He takes Castiel's grace from him as the third ingredient for this spell, leaving Castiel human and banished to Earth before the other angels begin to fall as well. [7] Castiel later becomes suspicious of Uriel and confronts him in "On the Head of a Pin". One female demon, while talking with Crowley, once instantly said Castiel was, as she said in her words, hot, as she also said, "I mean, human Castiel? Although he fails to provide any new information, Metatron is able to lead Castiel to the library where he hid the remaining fragments of Castiel's Grace. Castiel is later seen traveling on a bus to an unknown destination with the tablet. This, along with his interest in humans, has caused other angels to label him as weak or naïve, but also peculiar. And you think that hate and anger that's -- that's what drives you. In "Abandon All Hope...", Castiel helps the Winchesters retrieve the Colt, and joins them on their hunt for Lucifer. Over the protests of Castiel, Dean tells Michael that he is his true vessel, and that he will be his vessel and they can defeat Lucifer together if Dean remains in control. (...) I know. [3] Lilith is breaking the 66 seals in order to free Lucifer, and Dean must stop her.[5]. Castiel stabs him, but Lucifer escapes. Naomi had actually survived Metatron's attack on her, and had spent the last years recovering. Resurrected by God as a Seraphim as a reward for his role in stopping the Apocalypse. After the demons are killed, a dying Jimmy begs Castiel to take him back as a host so his daughter will not have to go through what he did, and the angel acquiesces. During Season 6, Castiel becomes more prideful. To stop the ghosts from leaving the tear that Chuck opened on the surface of Earth, which leads to hell, and neutralize those who already made their departure, Rowena joins the group to perform a Book of the Damned spell, while Castiel and Belphegor descend to hell in search for Lilith's Crook, an instrument manufactured by the white-eyed demon that can suck in demons and ghosts who try to escape hell in disobedience. However, despite this, he displayed courage in agreeing to try and seemed to still possess an instinctual knowledge of how to use them as he quickly figured out what to do. The angel Hester tries to kill Castiel out of anger for his past actions, but she is instead killed by Meg. Unlike some of his brethren, Castiel still has faith in God, though not to the zealot-like extent displayed by Michael. He also developed a taste for human food, something that was made harder by the return of his angel powers and completely lost any former disgust he had towards Sam, finally understanding why he'd done everything he did. [35] The staff and voters of TelevisionWithoutPity both agreed Castiel was the 2008–2009 Most Welcome New Character on television,[36] and BuddyTV's John Kubicek listed him as one of the ten "TV Characters Who Deserve Their Own Spin-Offs". Castiel decides he wants to help his fallen brethren find "direction" when he encounters an angel named Hael who requests his guidance. While Castiel and his peers, contrary to depictions of angels in popular culture, are not out helping people in need, Castiel still has a conscience and cares about the welfare of humanity—creatures whom he believes to be "works of art". His determination to keep them alive has led him to murder Billie despite the consequences, proving that Castiel will put his own well being below theirs. During this time, the orders he is getting from Heaven of questionable morality and the influence of Anna cause him to start to have doubts about Heaven's plans. Dean refuses to remain idle, and continually requests to be able to see Sam, which is denied. He was one of the rare Seraphim born during this era and he spent his time ragi… After Sam is committed to a mental hospital as a result of the hallucinations of Lucifer he is suffering due to Castiel breaking his "mental wall", Dean searches for "Emanuel" and kills a demon that is holding his wife hostage. [34], Critical response to the character has been extremely favorable. Castiel sends Dean to Sam, remaining behind to hold back the archangel and any others who might come. Castiel's name is considered a variant of the name "Cassiel", who in angelology, is the angel of Thursday with his month being November. The Winchesters and Castiel try to stand their ground against the zombies awakened by Chuck. Castiel knocks Gadreel out and comforts Dean when the torture they have Crowley perform to bring forth Sam's mind proves too much for Dean. Crowley believed that Lucifer did something to Castiel to cause this, that Lucifer "got his hooks in good." [9] He is subsequently killed, with his host's body being blown to pieces.[10]. Following Lucifer's apparent defeat, Castiel dedicated himself to hunting down Lucifer's son Jack, a dangerous Nephilim. Seeking to help Dean find a cure for the Mark of Cain, Castiel breaks Metatron out of Heaven and removes his Grace so that the Winchesters can interrogate him. ", and reveals his plans to find God. Everything you have ever done, the good and the bad you have done for love. Although the souls are returned, the Leviathans evade reentering Purgatory and take control of Castiel's vessel. Although Lucifer is apparently killed in the later confrontation with Amara, Castiel is healed and returned to control of his body, he also meets his creator for the first time. And everyone who knows you sees it. After he almost did so, Castiel then teamed up with Metatron when the angel convinced him to help him close the gates of Heaven. It is presumed to be very tremendous and terrifying, as the mere image of it was enough to cause Crowley to flee in fear of being smited. However, when Castiel's vessel begins to become damaged and he begins to lose control of his power, Death reveals that he also absorbed creatures known as Leviathans from Purgatory. An Angel of the Lord, he first appears in the fourth season, and is used to introduce the theme of Christian theology to the series. It is because of this pride that Castiel makes a deal with Crowley, and starts the civil war in heaven. Although Metatron has hinted that he may be able to help Castiel with a remaining fragment of his original Grace, Castiel has rejected the option of making a deal with Metatron to save his own life. Although Joshua reveals God is alive, he claims He is apathetic to the Apocalypse; having saved the brothers and Castiel, God feels He has done enough. Castiel evacuated with the others back to Earth but at the cost of Gabriel. The two versions of Castiel encounter each other. The angels Uriel and Anael were stationed in the same garrison, which Castiel would one day become captain of. The character was created for the fourth season to introduce Christian mythologyto the series. [10] Castiel later returns to the brothers in "Good God Y'All! He was awoken from his eternal slumber when Lucifer's son Jack called his name. When Dean escapes and tries to contact the angels, Castiel finds him, and angrily attacks him for making Castiel's rebeling against Heaven worthless. He later reunites with the Winchesters and meets Jack. After the plan fails and they are chased by Billie, Castiel sacrifices him by confessing his love for his close friend and allows himself to be happy. When the angel Durmah attempts to establish a more ruthless form of Heaven, Castiel kills her when she tries to use John and Mary's souls as a blackmail tool. This forces Castiel to concede the loss and re-sink the Titanic. Like most angels, Castiel expresses little to no emotion, which creates flaws and complexities in his persona. Castiel heads off alone and rescues Meg who explains what the demons really want. [31][42][43] Collins believed that the character would end up being just another role for him, and never expected such a reaction from the fans. Knowing Dean is furious with him for breaking Sam's wall, Castiel expresses true remorse for his actions and swears to do all he can to make up for what he did. Dick throws Castiel across the room when he tries to attack, but after Dean fails to kill Dick, Castiel holds his head in place from behind allowing Dean to stab Dick through the neck with the weapon, killing him. SeraphAngel (formerly) Human (temporarily) But he eventually confessed his love for. While seemingly successful, it turned out that the one of the most powerful entities from Purgatory, the Leviathans, held on to Castiel, and overpowered and took control of him. In order to stop him, however, Castiel convinces the Shadow to take him in exchange for Jack; the Shadow agrees, but says that he will not take Castiel's life until much later, when the angel will have forgotten their conversation and experienced a moment of happiness. Though Castiel refuses at first, he returns ready to help not long after. Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls, Characters whose actor played more than one character, Are You There, God? [40] She especially praised Collins for his dual role as Castiel and the angel's host Jimmy Novak in the episode "The Rapture", and wrote, "It is a tribute to Collins's acting that the audience knows immediately that the person we are seeing is not Castiel. After the Leviathans left him, he made his way out of the river, naked, and ran into his future wife Daphne. He has since reclaimed the last of his own grace and restored to full power and being a Seraph once again. They confront Balthazar, but are interrupted by Raphael. After they get in, Castiel frees Samandriel while Sam and Dean deal with the demons guarding him and takes the other angel outside. Family Eve reveals this to Sam and Dean when they try to hunt her down. When Hannah decides to return to Heaven to give her vessel a chance at returning to her life, Castiel is prompted to look up Jimmy's daughter Claire Novak, revealing that Jimmy has been dead and in Heaven ever since Jimmy's body was destroyed during his first confrontation with Raphael. He remains behind with Sam as Dean leaves on his own. Castiel is nearly caught several times by the angels searching for him and gets a tattoo that will ward him against angels. Having gained access to Heaven's 'back door' after Gadreel sacrifices himself, Castiel defeats Metatron and throws him into Heaven's prison. The group then go to the warehouse where the crypt is and before heading inside with Dean, Castiel reveals that Sam is damaged by his trials on a level that even Castiel can't fix. This task caused Castiel to reluctantly work closely with Crowley, who also desired Lucifer gone. Once Castiel learned that the angels wished to free Lucifer anyway, he defied his angelic brethren and died trying to help Dean prevent Sam Winchester from breaking the last seal. While not possessing free will in the same sense as a human, Castiel has learned how to bend the rules at times, like in season 4. It is safe to say that, like most angels, Castiel does prefer to retain his vessel's original appearance and clothing. [32] However, when portraying the angel's host Jimmy Novak, he tried to create a distinction between the two characters, providing different physical and personality traits,[33] as well as using a "more boyish kind of sound" for Jimmy's voice. Michael arrives from Apocalypse World at the Bunker and attacks the Winchesters and Castiel. With his angelic powers partially restored, Castiel sets out to try and stop the angelic civil war. It can be overwhelming to humans and so can my real voice.\" However, Castiel stated certain, \"special people\" are able to tolerate his true appearanc… Collins originally read for the part of a demon, as series creator Eric Kripke did not want fans to find out that angels were being introduced to the series. Dean then asks him what he needed to tell him, but Castiel coldly replies his loyalty is to Heaven, not to mankind or to him.[4]. Castiel saves Sam and captures one of the demons, claiming under Naomi's orders that he is searching for the second half of the demon tablet and that the demons are searching for a parchment that will allow them to translate it without a Prophet. Although his true form has never been seen, it is known that he has two feathered wings. At the beginning of season 14, Castiel is committed to finding Dean, who was possessed by Michael and disappeared after defeating Lucifer. Castiel and Dean tell Michael of the situation, who is willing to help them defeat Lucifer, but cannot fight him due to the damage to his vessel. During the hunt, Eve is able to suppress Castiel's powers as she is older than him. He kept this until he lost his grace and became human. Castiel is able to regain control long enough to explain the situation to Sam and to stop Lucifer killing him. Castiel is committed to the mental hospital, but is safe from the demons as only Meg knows he's alive and she takes a job at the hospital, presumably to look after him. Michael later re-takes Dean as a vessel, but after Castiel and the others enter Dean's mind to alert him to the situation, Dean is able to trap Michael in his own subconscious while he makes plans to trap himself to stop Michael for good. Castiel was an angel hatched from supernal essence of the Void during Divine Saturday, the sixth era of creation following the birth of the archangel Gabriel. They receive unexpected help from Belphegor, a heretofore unknown demon who, to Castiel's chagrin, is possessing Jack's dead body. Happiness isn't in the having. While waiting, Rachel approaches him about his plans and attacks him. Castiel calls Dean and tells him that while he was held captive by Malachi he learned that the angel Ezekiel is dead and so the angel possessing Sam must be an impostor. The Winchesters are able to kill Zachariah and banish Castiel, but eventually are forced to send John back to restore the original history. He later met with Lucifer who returned from the other world and warned him about the invading Alternate Michael. This defiance causes the Cosmic Entity to resurrect him and send him back to Earth, where he is overjoyed to be alive again. Castiel then heads back to Heaven to restore order and become its new leader, believing it to be in chaos as Sam trapped Michael in Lucifer's Cage as well. The character of Castiel is purely queer as he develops sexual feelings for both Dean Winchester and the demon, Meg Masters at the same time. Sam and Dean remain ignorant of Castiel's fate, although Crowley is aware of Castiel's condition, at one point killing another angel to transfer her Grace to Castiel so that Castiel could help Sam cure the now-demonic Dean after he was transformed by the Mark of Cain. During this time Castiel showed extremely high ambition, doing everything he could to open the door of Purgatory. You see yourself the same way our enemies see you. In "Meet the New Boss", Castiel begins exacting his new supremacy over the planet, working miracles and punishing religious hypocrites alike. Dean (portrayed by Jensen Ackles) and Castiel (portrayed by Misha Collins) have shared romantic chemistry for the last ten seasons — ever since the latter made his first appearance at the beginning of season … Misha Collins stated in a 2020 panel that Castiel's wings are rainbow. (by Dean)Cassie (by Balthazar and Crowley)EmmanuelClarence, Unicorn (by Meg)God's Chosen (by Angels and Demons)Commander (by Angels)Feathers (by Rowena and Crowley)SteveGodAgent BeyoncéJames NovakAngel of Thursday (by Crowley and God)Asstiel (by Metatron)Attack Dog (by Mick Davies)Winchester's purse dog (by Lucifer)Dr. NovakCaptain Sexy (by Cecily) While trying to lock Lucifer in an alternate reality, Castiel was killed once more by the Fallen archangel. Exploded at the molecular level by Lucifer, whose vessel at that point was Sam Winchester, in revenge for striking Michael, whose vessel was Adam Milligan, with holy fire during the Battle of Stull Cemetery. Castiel tricks Theo into releasing him and steals his Grace, transforming Castiel into an angel once more and at least restoring his powers. You're destructive and you're angry and you're broken. While he initially kept his usual clothes, they became dirty and he was unable to clean them and get food and water so he abandoned the trench coat and suit and took to wearing more casual human clothes, though he did wear a suit when he pretended to be an FBI agent. After his third resurrection, Castiel lost his memories and took on a more human personality, though he was still more distant than normal humans. I never found an answer. But after a long while, Castiel learned that Naomi had been controlling him ever since she got him out of Purgatory and compelling him to find the angel tablet, at any cost, even going as far as killing Dean. Castiel subsequently returned to the brothers to help them defeat God by grooming a resurrected Jack to become stronger. Misha Collins (possessing Jimmy Novak)Sydney Imbeau (possessing Claire Novak)Jessa Danielson (possessing his female vessel), Castiel, often shortened to Cass,[1] is a powerful angel of the Lord who was responsible for saving Dean Winchester from Hell,[2] on the archangels' command. Castiel and the Winchesters work together to try and find Lucifer, while also working with the prophet Donatello on a spell to free Mary and Jack from Apocalypse World. He is apparently resurrected by Jack after he becomes the new God as Bobby Singer tells Dean that Castiel helped Jack to reshape Heaven for the better. In "Reading is Fundamental", Castiel is awakened when the Word of God – a tablet with information inscribed by an angel as dictated by God – is found by Sam and Dean. Ever since Castiel (Misha Collins) first appeared in Supernatural over 10 years ago, viewers have speculated that the beloved character harboured romantic feelings for Dean (Jensen Ackles).Castiel and Dean are portrayed as best friends in the series but, as the show develops, there are many signs that Castiel may be gay and want to be more than just friends with Dean. Now free from an impending war, Castiel seeks to capture Lucifer for he believes himself to be responsible for letting the archangel out, going so far as to decline help from Sam and Dean but accepting Crowley's simply because the demon proves useful, though Castiel repeatedly expresses dislike in having to work with Crowley, calling the situation "unfortunate". During this time, he finally found God, who returned to defeat the Darkness as well. In "Torn and Frayed", as his penance, Castiel has turned back on his "angel radio" and travels around helping people who have need of help or healing. He does this as a final act of friendship towards Dean though both admit it doesn't change the fact that they are now enemies. The Leviathans will destroy him if they are not released. In his human mindset, he had no idea of what he was capable of and was nervous with the idea of using his powers to kill demons when he had no idea how. After traveling to Purgatory, Castiel regained his sanity, but still carries a lot of guilt about his previous actions. Castiel, Sam and Dean infiltrate Sucrocorp thanks to a distraction from Meg and he and Dean confront Dick Roman in the labs. I always wondered, ever since I took that burden, that curse, I wondered what it could be what -- what my true happiness could even look like. When Castiel becomes a seraph, he describes himself to Samuel Campbell as a "multidimensional wavelength of celestial intent"[6] and his true form is "approximately the size of your Chrysler Building"[14] in height. God eventually returns to offer the Winchesters help against Jack's corrupted state, but when the Winchesters realize that God is manipulating the situation to suit his own narrative aspirations, they reject his plans, prompting God to release all the spirits and monsters the Winchesters have previously defeated from Hell. Sam prays to Jack for help, who quickly arrives at the Bunker with Lucifer and defeats Michael. Once there, Castiel expresses regret at having to kill Anna. Because series creator Eric Kripke wanted to keep the introduction of angels a secret, the character was described as a demon during auditions. Because the one thing I want... it's something I know I can't have. The Cosmic Entity, who rules this realm, is annoyed by Castiel's being awake and attempts to use his own memories and insecurities against him to make him fall back asleep forever. The Winchesters manage to get through to Castiel when preparing for a new confrontation with Amara, but Castiel resolves to remain as Lucifer's Vessel until her defeat, only for the Hand of God to fail against Amara's power. Castiel is canonically bisexual. However, while he misjudged it as Castiel being afraid, after being hit and thrown by Castiel multiple times, Metatron then realized that Cass is not scared, but is actually angry instead about, as Metatron said, "being everyone's tool. Castiel is brave as he demonstrated with his daring rescue of Shaggy, and compassionate at what the ghost boy had been through and his healing of Shaggy's broken arm to help keep the illusion that there i… Having lost his connection to Heaven in the fifth season, Castiel's humanization seems to have quickened by the episode "Free to Be You and Me", as he appears extremely anxious while in a whorehouse, is visibly distraught when asking Dean for help, and refers to the Archangel Raphael as "my little bitch". He lost his trench coat upon his third death and when he became amnesic, he wore different clothes. Bobby and his psychic friend Pamela try to contact the other side to … Upon shifting Sam's condition onto himself, after he awakes, in his insanity he becomes obsessed with bees. 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