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Post by Crowley on Thu Sep 11, 2014 8:47 pm


“Don't worry about -- What, like Lucifer didn't worry? Or Michael? Or Lilith or Alastair or Azazel didn't worry?! Am I the only game piece on the board who doesn't underestimate those denim-wrapped nightmares?!"



CANON
Full Name: Crowley
Aliases: Lucky the Leprechaun, Fergus Rodric McLeod, The Salesman
Age: Unknown
Occupation: King of Hell
Species: Demon
Face Claim: Mark Sheppard




Sexual Preference: Straight
Marital Status: Single
Current Residence: Hell
Personality: Crowley is suave, but he loves to use insults and banter. He uses gratuitious sexual innuendo in an effort to make people uncomfortable and therefore give himself an advantage. Crowley is an efficient business man and while he prides himself on integrity, he will use any loopholes given to him to turn the situation to his benefit proving the saying 'be careful what you wish for' to be more than true. This was more than evident in his dealings with Bobby; although he gave the Winchesters, Bobby, and Castiel the location of the horsemen Death, Crowley willingly gave Bobby the use of his legs back but kept ahold of his soul knowing that he would need it as leverage later. Crowley is also skilled in deceiving unsuspecting victims by appearing charismatic and alluring, as he was able to quickly entice Jody Mills during their encounter and almost every member of a family he planned to deal with described him as "charming". Crowley has also called himself an altruist and a developer.
Crowley's main goal is self-preservation, and he is willing to sacrifice anything else for it. In fact, he tends to only lose his temper when his personal safety is threatened or when dealing with what he considers overwhelming stupidity. As Dean described it, when dealing with Crowley "he will always find a way to bone you". A good example would be the finale of Season 7, in which he orchestrated the death and/or imprisonment of most of those he held a grudge against and also captured a prophet. He is not above making deals or alliances with his enemies when he feels it is beneficial for him. He is extremely opportunistic and his goal seems to be to expand the grasp of his power as he's gone from "punk-ass crossroads demon" to King of Hell and in Season 6 he was looking for Purgatory, as he called himself a developer, saying the monsters in Purgatory would help him.

Crowley is cunning, devious, and highly skilled at manipulating others. This is best demonstrated when he gets Dean into impressing and getting the First Blade from Cain, successfully manipulating a large number of demons who he led to the slaughter. Despite his arrogance, he does not dismiss possible threats like the Winchesters as other demons do, but seeks to eliminate said threats, however at times he does let his arrogance get the better of him, especially if he feels certain he will win. He was also the only demon to realize that Lucifer must hate demons as much as he hates humans (which demons originally were). He flees and hides once he realizes that a situation is too dangerous for him to risk, but resolves himself when he knows that escape isn't an option (such as derailing the Apocalypse once his betrayal was revealed to Hell and accepting death in "Meet The New Boss"). He thought up new ideas for how Hell ought to be run and tried to implement new ideas when he became its king; when other demons resisted this, he called them "evil lying prats" and "stupid", expressing the desire to kill them all at times. He is also quite sentimental as he is rather dismayed when Sam kills his pet hellhound. Crowley was also intelligent enough to work out where Castiel had hidden the Angel Tablet, even when Naomi and her garrison couldn't. As the King of the Crossroads, he is also extremely skilled at drawing up contracts and creating hidden agendas to trick his enemies. He was also clever enough to make sure it was Sam, not Dean, who signed his deal in "Sacrifice".

Beneath Crowley's affable facade, he is cruel, sadistic, and merciless. He appears to be quite vengeful: he wants utter annihilation of the leviathans when their leader insults him and implies that he would like to see all demons destroyed; he kept secret the ramifications of using a Bone Of Righteous Mortal Washed In the Three Bloods of Fallen so that Dean and Castiel would be imprisoned in Purgatory (the reason why is unknown, but likely to keep them out of the way while he had Kevin translate The Word of God); he killed Kevin's girlfriend in front of him after Kevin twice tricked him; he threatened Linda Tran when she slapped him, later apparently tormenting her so badly during her brief possession by him that she went catatonic. He also states to Samandriel that once he starts torturing it's hard for him to stop and has on multiple occasions shown that he is willing to slaughter humans in his way (even just to demonstrate his power). Crowley also has no problem killing children as he is willing to slaughter a nursery of infant shapeshifters to find Purgatory's location and later bakes baby uvula muffins simply to get on Dick Roman's good side. He is also willing to let a hunter, Tara, die in order to trick Dean and retrieve the First Blade, dismissing her as eggs that need to be cracked to make an omelete.

Crowley is shown to be a tough a task master and inspires fear in many demons. A captured crossroads demon preferred death from the Winchesters than the alternative of facing Crowley. Even when Abaddon told demons of his death some still feared him and refused to join until they witnessed proof of his demise. Crowley is also masochistic as he laughed at the idea of Sam and Dean torturing him and eagerly provokes Kevin in torturing him.

In Sacrifice, as Sam cured Crowley of his demonic nature, he starts to reveal the reason he does what he does is because he just wants to be loved. It's possible, based on his reaction to his own confession, that this is true and his time being tortured in Hell twisted his desire to an megalomanic need for power and respect. He also displayed some regret for his actions, asking Sam where he could even begin to ask for forgiveness while discussing Sam's own confession to purify his blood.

Crowley is an accomplished tinkerer and innovator. He innovated various methods or techniques on harming his opponents, such as the case when he was torturing the Alpha Shapeshifter. He also possessed knowledge of how to produce more ammunition for the Colt. He also had the ingenuity to melt angel blades into bullets as a form of deadly weapon against angels. Crowley is a very capable strategist, a skill he has used and demonstrated multiple times to achieve survival or dominance. He has outplayed or outwitted many of his opponents, even those more powerful than him.

In Devil May Care, it has been said by a crossroad demon that a lot of them still fear Crowley, despite him missing in action. The said demon was extremely loyal to her king, and showed no hesitation to voice out her reluctance to support Abaddon, who was planning to usurp the crown from Crowley. Also, the demon curing ritual did not seem to have any permanent effect on him as he just had a brief recollection of his human side and was back to his old sarcastic and calculating self.
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Parents: Lucifer
Siblings: Demons
Important Figures: Lucifer, Castiel, Dean and Sam Winchester
Home Town/Planet: Hell
Powers/Skills
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Immortality - Crowley has an infinite lifespan and has the potential to live forever. He is not subject to disease or old age. He is 353 years old (Human years)/42,360 years old (Demon years)
Super Strength - Being a Crossroads Demon, Crowley is endowed with incredible superhuman strength. He can press at least two tons and is stronger than humans, monsters, and average black-eyed demons; literally once taking on a hive of them simultaneously. Crowley also beat a demon on the head with a crowbar, whose head was in a bag that had a painting of a devil's trap. He also effortlessly and brutally beat Meg, a lower-middle level demon. He also broke a steel door down with virtually no effort and then proceeded to lift Kevin Tran off the ground by the throat and would have strangled him to death if Metatron had not intervened.
Invulnerability - Crowley cannot be harmed or killed by conventional means. In "Caged Heat", he was hit over the head by Sam with a wrench and soon after Meg tortured Crowley by damaging his vessel's insides and making him cough up blood, but Crowley quickly recovered both times and he has not shown any signs of lingering pain or damage from either attack since.
Super senses - Crowley was able to smell that Castiel had been in Dean's Impala and taste that the blood he and Raphael had been using was dog's blood.
Super Stamina - Crowley stated while torturing Samandriel that he can remain physically active infinitely.
Possession - Like all demons, Crowley requires a human host, living or deceased, to manifest himself on Earth. He has been known to possess three people: his usual vessel, Linda Tran and Sam Winchester.
Teleportation - Even before becoming King of Hell, he could teleport himself and others over great distances with ease. He has proven to be quite proficient at this, as he was able to dodge Sam's knife attacks by teleporting rapidly. He can teleport between Earth and Hell with no difficulty at all.
Apporting - He once caused an angel blade to teleport into his hand and teleported Kevin Tran to another location by snapping his fingers.
Advanced Telekinesis - As a demon, Crowley can move objects with his mind. He is shown to be very efficient at this, and has telekinetically pinned, thrown, and trapped humans. He was able to destroy a street light by pointing at it. He also broke a girl's neck without touching her and lifted another to a considerable height before using biokinesis to bloodily obliterate her.
Electrokinesis - He switched off a television by snapping his fingers in "Weekend At Bobby's".
Pyrokinesis - Crowley can create and manipulate fire. He conjured a blazing fire in the fireplace in "The Devil You Know" by pointing at said fireplace, and conjured flames to burn a message into a table in "There Will Be Blood" before they extinguished themselves.
Thermokinesis - Crowley made a painful burn on Sam's hand with a touch in "All Dogs Go To Heaven". He also made Ruby's knife burn red-hot with a snap of his fingers in "We Need To Talk About Kevin" to make Dean drop it.
Reality Warping - As King of the Crossroads, he is able to warp reality in the form of a deal to a greater extent than other crossroad demons and can even undo contracts made by other crossroads demons.
Resurrection (possibly) - Crowley has the power to resurrect the dead if a deal is made, as he promised to bring Mary back for Samuel if Samuel helped him find Purgatory. Contrary to Azazel's claims in "All Hell Breaks Loose - Part 2", Crowley may also have the power to resurrect the dead without a deal due to being King of Hell, as he claimed in "Family Matters" that he was the one who brought Samuel and Sam back to life; although his supposed resurrection of Sam was proven untrue, it was implied in "The Man Who Would Be King" that he did indeed bring Samuel back. However, Crowley has never resurrected anyone on-screen, leaving the potential and the limitations of this power unknown.
Invisibility - He rendered himself unseen and unheard by Dean in the flashback of "The Man Who Would Be King" while he talked to Castiel in Dean's presence.
Voice Mimicry - He taunted the Winchesters by briefly imitating his usual vessel's voice while possessing Linda Tran.
Spell Casting - Being the son of a witch, Crowley has stated his mother had taught him a "few tricks". He proved himself adept at Enochian warding magic. He also placed a spell that prevented creatures from escaping their vessels, on an entire building in "Caged Heat". He also learned the spell to bind Death in "Meet The New Boss", which he passed onto Bobby and the Winchesters. He was also able to disguise his demons as Sam and Dean to fool Kevin Tran. In "Clip Show" he cast a spell to kill Sarah Blake with a hex bag hidden in Dean's cell phone and previously caused Tommy Collin's head to explode using a spell. He also used this in an attempt to kill Jodie Mills.
Biokinesis - He was able to cause a man to cough up blood and even caused a girl to explode by snapping his fingers.
Healing - Crowley healed a burn, which he had caused to appear on Sam's hand, in order to torture him, by snapping his fingers.
Terrakinesis (possibly) - Crowley may have the power to create tremors at a particular location. When he and his demons arrived at the church Kevin and the Winchesters were at in "We Need To Talk About Kevin", one of them caused the grounds to shake to announce their arrival.
Memory Manipulation - Crowley states that he "scrubbed" Kevin's short term memory, but noted that it was risky and didn't want to have to perform it again.  
Torturing - Crowley was shown to be skilled in torturing an individual, as seen when he tortured various monsters for the location of Purgatory or when he forced the names of the future prophets from the angel Samandriel. He is also skilled enough to break into an angels factory settings.
Immunity - Crowley can walk on hallowed ground. Although he finds being shot with rocksalt painful, he is not affected too badly by it, indicating that he may be resistant to salt.
History: Crowley was born as Fergus Roderick McLeod in 1661 Scotland (which resulted in other demons calling him "Lucky the Leprechaun" behind his back). He claimed to be the son of a witch, as he learned some magic from his mother. Fergus later became a "two-bit" tailor who sold his soul for an extra three inches below the waist. He also had a son named Gavin who, after Fergus died, set sail for America and died in a shipwreck.

After becoming a demon, Fergus was renamed Crowley and became a crossroads demon, at some point becoming the King of the Crossroads. He also became Lilith's second-in-command and possibly her lover. At some point during Season 3, Bela Talbot met with Crowley and gave him the Colt.

Season 5
In "The Real Ghostbusters", Becky Rosen tells Sam that there is a scene in Chuck's books that reveals that Bela Talbot lied to Dean when she told him that she gave the Colt to Lilith. The scene in the book explains that Bela actually gave the Colt to Lilith's right-hand man and possible lover, a red-eyed crossroads demon named Crowley.

In "Abandon All Hope...", Crowley makes his first physical appearance when he appears behind a banker that has summoned a crossroads demon. The man is at first very confused due to the fact his previous negotiations about his deal were with a young, attractive woman. Crowley explains to the banker that he is a "big fish" so he did him the honor of coming personally to seal the deal. As Crowley and the banker kiss (much to the banker's displeasure) to seal the deal, they are being spied on by Castiel from a distance.
Castiel tails Crowley when he leaves but he is stopped due to Crowley's home being protected by Enochian sigils. Later, the Winchester brothers, with the help of Jo, kill Crowley's two demon guards at the front gate and enter his home, while he's watching television.

The Winchester brothers cut off the power to Crowley's home and then confront the demon. Crowley begins to walk toward the brothers, but stops as he realizes that they drew a devil's trap underneath a rug. As he turns over the rug and reveals the devil's trap, two demons sneak up behind Dean and Sam and restrain them. Crowley pulls out the Colt and then shoots the two demons. Crowley explains to the brothers that he wants them to kill Lucifer with the Colt. Dean, who doesn't believe him, asks Crowley why he would want Lucifer dead. Crowley answers that Lucifer is an angel, who's well known for his hatred of humanity. He then asks the brothers if Lucifer has this much hatred for humanity then what are his feelings towards demons. Crowley continues saying that Lucifer thinks of demons as only servants and that once he destroys all of humanity, demons will be next. He then gives Sam the Colt.

Sam then asks Crowley about the whereabouts of Lucifer to which he answers that he's in Carthage, Missouri. Sam then thanks him and fires the Colt at his head, only to learn that it has no ammo. As Crowley searches for more ammo, Dean asks him that by helping them isn't he signing his own death warrant and what he'll do if they fail to kill Lucifer. Crowley explains that Lucifer is going to kill all demons anyway and that he'll be going into hiding as soon as he is done helping them. Crowley then throws bullets to the Colt at Dean and teleports away.

In "The Devil You Know", when he pops into the Impala. Sam claims Crowley knew the Colt won't work, but Crowley shoots this down. He expresses his anger of the fact that now he has to hide from all the demons. He also tells them he can help them with the hunt for the horsemen (he was eavesdropping on them). He takes them back to his hideout and tells them he doesn't exactly know where the horsemen are, but he knows someone who does. The Winchesters reluctantly agree to work with him. He and Dean head out to a company where the handler is. Crowley takes out the men in the main floor and sends Dean up to the handler with a "deal". When the "deal" backfires, and the handler gives chase, and Crowley knocks the handler out. While driving, Crowley craves a symbol into the handler's chest so he can't escape his meat suit.

Crowley later reveals that the handler, is in fact someone Sam knows, and Crowley wants to take this to another location. When they return, Crowley tells Sam he didn't want to bring the demon back, but Dean trusted Sam. With Brady tied up, Crowley tries to make a deal with Brady, but he refuses. So Crowley goes to demon nest, kills them all, but one, and "lets" it slip that he and Brady are, "Lovers Against Lucifer". Brady now cooperates. Then Hellhounds come when Crowley got followed, and he disappears. When he comes back, he brings his own hellhound, which is bigger. Crowley later shows up at Bobby's to make a deal to find Death.

In "Two Minutes to Midnight", Crowley shows up when Sam and Dean mention Bobby's deal, and Crowley shows them a picture of him and Bobby kissing. As they as about to head out, Crowley remarks about Bobby sitting, when he can do something. It seems in the deal to sell his soul, Crowley threw in Bobby's ability to walk as well. Now with Bobby walking again, he and Dean head out after death. Crowley gives Dean Death's scythe he got from a deal to cut death's ring off. They head to Chicago, and Crowley finds Death in a pizza parlour after the first location was a dud. With Death's location, Crowley vanishes.

Following the Apocalypse being averted, Crowley approached Castiel with a proposal that they join forces to locate Purgatory. Castiel is highly reluctant to trust Crowley, but the King of Hell brings the wayward angel around to his way of thinking by revealing his plan to plunder the souls of the 30-40,000,000 monsters trapped in Purgatory, so that they can be used as a means to "go nuclear" against Raphael and his followers.

Crowley also stated that their arrangement was the new God and new Devil stating that he would be the new Devil working together. Crowley even offers an advance loan of 50,000 souls from Hell in exchange for half the souls in Purgatory. Castiel, seeing no other way to stop Raphael from rebooting the Apocalypse, agrees to Crowley's proposal and uses the power of the 50,000 souls to deliver his first strike against Raphael and declare civil war in Heaven.

In "Weekend At Bobby's", Bobby summons Crowley so that he can give him back his soul as he had given it to him in the previous season in exchange for his help in putting Lucifer back into his cell. Bobby reminds him of this, and asks him to hold up his end of the deal, only to have Crowley refuse. Bobby, having anticipated this, turns off the lights, revealing a devil's trap that he had painted in the floor using glow-in-the-dark paint. Despite being trapped, Crowley reveals that he is being accompanied by a large hellhound, forcing Bobby to release him.

After capturing and torturing a crossroad demon, Bobby learns two things: the first is that Crowley is currently the King of Hell, and Crowley's real name from his life as a human: Fergus McLeod. Bobby then uses Crowley's name and other clues to find out more about his background. With some help from fellow hunter Rufus Turner, he learns that he was born in Scotland in 1661, and he had a son, Gavin, who was the captain of a ship that went down. But, they recovered Gavin's ring, which is on display at a museum in Andover, Massachusetts. With some difficulty, Rufus is able to give the ring to Bobby, who uses it to summon the spirit of Gavin.

He then summons Crowley once more, trapped under a devil's trap drawn on the ceiling. When Bobby notices that he appears slightly disheveled, Crowley tells him that being King of Hell is not as fun as he thought that it would be, seeing that Demons are inherently destructive beings who don't want to listen to him and help him make things better, ironically being able to see why Lucifer hated them so much. After refusing once again to return Bobby's soul, Bobby reveals Gavin. But, after a faux display of affection, he reveals that he cared nothing for his son. Bobby says that he knows that, but says that he and Gavin had a long talk and that Gavin was willing to tell him all about Crowley. It's revealed that in life, Crowley was a tailor who made a deal with a crossroad demon to get "an extra three inches below the belt".

He also reveals that Gavin told him where Crowley's mortal remains are buried, and hands him a phone. On the other end is Dean, who is with Sam in Scotland, having flown there to dig up Crowley's bones and torch them if he doesn't give Bobby back his soul. Realizing he has been tricked, he gives back Bobby his soul, leaving in the part of contract that allows Bobby to walk, and after he is released, he teleports to Scotland to retrieve his bones.

It is revealed that Crowley is behind Samuel Campbell's actions to capture Alphas. As the new King of Hell, Crowley had the power to resurrect Samuel and Sam, and he did so because he wanted their help. Since his resurrection, Samuel has been working for Crowley, gathering high-ranking creatures and trying to learn the location of Purgatory because Crowley is interested in "developing" it. Crowley then tells them that if Sam ever wants the return of his soul, he and Dean need to help Samuel continue to capture creatures for him. Currently, they don't see any other option but to help Crowley, but Sam and Dean are determined to get him back eventually.

In "All Dogs Go To Heaven", Crowley visits Sam and Dean at a roadside diner and instructs them to capture another Alpha for him, specifically the Alpha Werewolf, whom he believes might be behind several daylight eviscerations mentioned in the local tabloids (though it later turns out to be the work of a Skinwalker). Dean immediately refuses and demands Crowley return Sam's soul, so the demon taps Sam's hand, burning a mark into it to prove to Dean that he is stuck in a hostage situation. He must do everything Crowley tells him to do, or else risk having Sam returned to Lucifer's Cage. Dean reluctantly agrees and Crowley promises to return Sam's soul "with a cherry on top" so long as they bring him another living Alpha before vanishing in his usual manner.

In "Caged Heat", the facility where Crowley has been hiding and torturing the Alpha creatures is discovered by the Winchesters through Samuel. Making a deal with the demon Meg, who has a grudge against Crowley, the boys and her infiltrate the facility, only to be double-crossed by Samuel, who reveals that Crowley plans to resurrect Mary Winchester in exchange for his help. After escaping their prison and freeing Meg from torture, the trio trick Crowley into a Devil's Trap, leaving him at their mercy. Keeping their deal, Meg tortures him for the boys, trying to force him to retrieve Sam's soul. In the midst of their conversation, Crowley gets Meg to step in the circle accidentally and breaks free allowing him to throw the Winchester brothers against the wall.

As Crowley gloats over his apparent victory, Castiel reappears with a bag containing Crowley's bones. After asking one more time about Sam's soul being returned, Crowley is deemed unhelpful and useless. Castiel then promptly sets the bones ablaze, leaving Crowley nothing but a pile of ash.

In "Mommy Dearest", Eve later reveals that Crowley, is very much alive, and torturing creatures for their souls. Sam and Dean have no idea how Crowley could be still alive.

Crowley appears before Castiel, and complains about having to clean up Castiel's messes. Crowley is revealed to be Castiel's partner in crime. When Castiel comes to check on Crowley's progress, Crowley asks Castiel to get rid of the Winchesters, but Cas refuses. So later Crowley sends his goons after the Winchesters, but Castiel saves Sam, Dean and, Bobby. When the gang later figures out about Castiel and trap him, Crowley sends demons to the location. So with the oncoming demon threat, the Winchesters and Bobby flee, leaving Castiel trapped in fire. Crowley arrives on scene and frees Castiel.

In "Let It Bleed", Crowley makes his move and kidnaps Lisa Braeden and his Ben. Crowley talks on the phone with Dean. He tell Dean that Lisa and Ben will be fine as long as Dean stops chasing him. If Dean continues to, Crowley will harm them. Castiel later confronts Crowley on kidnapping Ben and Lisa. He also tells Crowley he should have told Castiel first. Crowley laughs at that and tells Castiel he rather ask for forgiveness than permission. He also points out that the Winchester will be pre-occupied with him instead of Castiel. For insurance, Crowley has a demon possess Lisa.

In "The Man Who Knew Too Much", Crowley and Castiel meet up and Crowley has everything ready. Then Castiel double crosses Crowley and tells Crowley that he won't give him any souls. Crowley is angry but Castiel gives two options, flee or die. Crowley chooses flee. Later Crowley comes back in force, and Castiel tries to kill Crowley with a touch, but it doesn't work. Crowley reveals his new ally, Raphael, and gives Castiel the same options Cas gave him before: flee or die (in a mocking tone). Castiel tosses him the jar of blood and leaves.

When the time comes, Crowley conducts the ritual, but nothing happens. Then Castiel reappears, and Crowley figures out that Castiel gave them the wrong blood (they used dog blood instead), and conducted his own ritual. Crowley sarcastically asks Castiel how his ritual went, Castiel shows him in a burst of white light. Crowley then makes his exit. Castiel says that he has plans for Crowley when Raphael asks why he allowed the demon to escape and not his angelic brother.

In Meet The New Boss Crowley is hiding away in an angel-proof room when Castiel finds him. As he braces for Castiel to kill him, Castiel tells Crowley that he needs Crowley to go back to being the King of Hell for balance. With no other option, Crowley accepts.

He is later summoned by Sam, Dean and Bobby, and they ask him about how to bind Death. He doesn't tell them due to his new boss, but secretly sends them the ritual (along with a "goodbye forever" note).

He appears again in Slash Fiction where he approaches the head Leviathan, Dick Roman. Crowley attempts to make a partnership with Dick by saying he helped open the door to Purgatory, but is turned down and insulted. Angry and afraid, Crowley leaves.

He later appears in Season 7, Time For a Wedding when one of his crossroad demons, Guy, is killing people before their contracts are up. Crowley is angered by this, because no one would do business with demons anymore if it became known that they didn't keep their promises. He asks the Winchesters to give him the demon so he can make an example of the demon. He also tells Sam and Dean that he has been keeping the demons off their backs so they can deal with the Leviathans. Dean makes Crowley give the souls back and returns the demon back to Crowley. Crowley and the demon vanish.

He is summoned by the Winchesters in There Will Be Blood, and tells them that he will provide his blood, but only after they have the other 3 items. He then gives them a clue to the location of the Alpha Vampire. Later, he is summoned by Dick Roman, and imprisoned within a Devil's Trap. Dick tells him that they have a lot to talk about.

In Survival of the Fittest Dick tells Crowley he's prepared to give the demons all of Canada in exchange for betraying the Winchesters. Crowley pretends to agree (which Dick suspects him of doing) and he and Dick edit and sign a (very long) treaty. He then goes to the Winchesters where he finds the brothers in the company of his two biggest enemies: Castiel and Meg. Initially angered that the Winchesters have been lying to him, Crowley is both amused and disappointed to discover that Castiel has lost his mind. He agrees to hold off on any retribution at least until Castiel is back to normal.

Crowley gives the boys a vial of his blood and warns them that Dick knows they're coming and what they intend to do. Before leaving, he assures Meg that when this is over, he will take her back to Hell and torture her.

Immediately after Dick Roman's demise and the subsequent disappearances of Castiel and Dean (who are transported to Purgatory), Crowley appears to Sam Winchester and triumphantly tells him that with Dick dead, the Leviathan have become just another monster and that it will be Sam's job to prevent them from reorganizing. Sam demands to know what happened to Cas and Dean, but Crowley says he can't help him. He then has two of his men abduct the Prophet Kevin Tran for unknown reasons. His minions also capture Meg outside the building. Crowley offers his condolences to Sam, who is now completely on his own, then teleports away, leaving Sam confused and despondent.




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