Omega Dean Winchester has 6 months until this becomes true for him. He had a good life. He had a place, he had a job, and he had friends. He needed nothing else After a long talk with his best friend, he puts up an article on a website for omegas who are actively searching for an Alpha. Alpha Castiel Novak has always done what was expected of him. From his grades to when he and his mate had their children. Now, 3 years after the death of his Omega and best friend, Evelyn, his children are a top priority. He's raising their 4 children alone and wondering if he'll ever find the time to meet someone for himself He's lonely and wants companionship if nothing else.
After a long talk with his best friend and assistant, Meg, he goes to Omegamates.
What they both find they never expected, but can it last when it seems like the entire universe is against them? Public Bookmark. Dean and Castiel grew up together and had been best friends since they were in pre-school together. Then 10 Years Ago, Castiel and his older brother, Gabriel left town and no one really knows why. After a night of catching up, Sam and Gabriel wake up in bed together, hungover, married and mated.
Could one drunken, stupid mistake lead to forever for the tall and beautiful Omega? Can Adam prove to Mrs. Tran and to Kevin that despite everything he just wants to love the man? In a world where Witches and Familiars depend on each other to survive, Dean Winchester remains Unbound, and his magic—and life—is dwindling. Dean has accepted his fate, even if his family hasn't. After all, what can he do about it? But then a man stumbles into his life who just might be Dean's Witch, but for some mysterious reason, refuses to Bond. On top of that, there's trouble brewing on the horizon, and it seems that Dean's caught right in the thick of it.
Can Dean convince the stranger that they need each other, before it's too late for the both of them—and their world? Dean Winchester's life changed forever the night a demon appeared in his brother's nursery and killed his father. As a hunter Mary is determined to protect her sons from the evil she has run from her whole life - the same evil that took John.
But Dean also trusts his protection to the angel in a trench coat he talks to in his dreams. Through years of tribulation and uncertainty, the Winchesters plus a corgi that might be magic and an angel that may not be real must fight monsters, demons, and even fate itself to survive as a family. While experimenting with magic when he was a kid, Sam accidentally cursed Dean. Now, Dean is forced to wear a spelled amulet constantly, or he'll turn into a random animal. For a little over a decade, he's learned to live with the curse, and has even found it useful in some cases, but he sure would be happier without it.
When he meets a witch named Castiel, he's offered a deal. Instead of assuming all witches are bad, Dean can spend a season getting to know him. If at the end of the season, Dean still thinks he's evil Castiel will send him away with his memory wiped of the whole experience. But if he learns that Castiel is not the monster Dean assumes he is, he'll lift Dean's curse.
This series is about Sam and Dean starting a family together. Based on a world where a small percentage of the male population can healthily conceive, carry, and give birth to children. Dean and Castiel have been best friends since pre-school when they first met. From the moment that they met their mothers knew the 2 of them would end up together. Castiel hasn't presented yet and he's wondering if he ever will. Dean's about to.
When Dean's leaving for his family's annual summer at Salcona Lake, Dean expresses to Cas how he feels about him and kisses him Castiel was finally getting what he wanted kissing Dean Winchester until his grandmother came out and broke them up. After failed attempts at communication over the summer, both figure that the kiss and grandmother ruined everything. Crushed, they start their school year believing that one moment ruined a lifelong friendship. Can they sort out what happened? What will happen when they discover that they're true mates?
Will fate and their grandparents finally let them be together? Can their friendship, bond, relationship and the fact that their true mates last through high school and family drama? Both Castiel and Chuck were too late in doing anything to save anyone. Castiel loses all hope, but Chuck is desperate for everyone mostly to have a happy ending, so he gives Castiel a choice; a chance to do everything all over again with no guarantees or to accept what has happened and live his days out on the soon to be ruins of earth and in hiding from many.
Of course, Chuck mentioning changing Sam and Deans fate, Castiel immediately knew what he had to do, or in this case RE-do. Team Free Will finds itself working with the queerest pair of unlikely allies, but, caught between angels and demons with No God In Sight, victory won't come easy. He opens his eyes. Uncurls, glances at the candles, the symbols. Smiles slowly. I have never tasted anything so exquisite. He intended for the comment to be a compliment, but Dean immediately blushed bright red and sputtered something unintelligible.
Sam just rolled his eyes and let his arms drop to his sides, though he maintained his grip on the blade. Castiel attempts to change Dean and Sam's life by going back in time and killing Azazel before he can kill their mother and infect Sam with his blood, but he never considered that destiny would play a part in their lives. After losing his mother nine years exactly later, Dean's life spirals downwards and Castiel vows to heal his anguished soul, only to find not only Dean's life but his own changed forever. Michael flies to greet his long lost brother Lucifer as he exits the cage.
Their punishment fuels revenge and they band together immediately to destroy the world their father chose over them. Their act of free will limits God's ability to intervene, however, there is the perfect person for the job; The Righteous Man Dean Winchester. His new angelic powers comes at a great cost to Dean, who is at risk of losing himself to the darkness of Hell once again.
Can Dean find the power within to complete his destiny and stop the Apocalypse? Crowley feigns emotion at the sight of him, before revealing to Bobby that he and Gavin hated each other, and that Bobby picked the wrong bargaining chip. He encourages Bobby to go ahead and torture Gavin.
Bobby says that Gavin gladly told him everything about his father. In life, Crowley, formerly Fergus MacLeod, was "nothing but a two-bit tailor who sold his soul in exchange for an extra three inches below the belt. He hands Crowley a telephone. Dean is on the other end, and tells the demon that he and Sam are standing over Crowley's bones in Scotland. Crowley nervously tells them the burning bones story is a myth; Bobby responds by relating what happened to the crossroads demon he interrogated and killed in his basement earlier.
Bobby makes Crowley an offer: his bones in exchange for Bobby's soul. Dean can be heard flicking his lighter over the telephone. Crowley finally agrees, and the writing on Bobby's arms disappears. Bobby tells him to leave in the part of the deal that returned the use of Bobby's legs. Crowley does so. Bobby releases him from the devil's trap. Crowley arrives in Scotland moments later, where Sam and Dean are still standing over his bones. Dean threatens to burn the bones anyway, but Sam tells him to stand down.
Sam: Dean, he's a dick. But a deal's a deal. Crowley: I don't need you to fight my battles for me, Moose. Get bent. Crowley picks up the bones and puts them in a large black leather bag. He says "Now if you'll excuse me, I have a little hell to raise," and disappears. The Alpha tells Dean and Sam that Samuel has been torturing him for information about Purgatory , where creatures like himself go when they die, and hints that Samuel is working for someone else. Dean and Sam are then discovered talking to the Alpha and are held at gunpoint, and, while they argue with Samuel, the Alpha escapes his cage.
They resolve to kill it if possible, but it quickly gains the upper hand and is about to turn Sam when demons arrive and take the Alpha Vampire away with them. It is revealed that Crowley is behind Samuel's actions. 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. 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 evisceration's 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. Dean: I've done some shady stuff in my time, but I am not doing this. Crowley: Ten quid says you will. You like hell? This is a hostage situation, you arrogant little thug.
I own your brother, do you understand me? Crowley, wearing an apron and armed with iridium tools, interrogates the Alpha Shapeshifter for Purgatory 's location. The Alpha has taken on his form.
It doesn't reveal Purgatory's position, so Crowley threatens the Alpha by telling it that he will personally slaughter its children in front of it if it does not properly cooperate. The Alpha informs Crowley that it will just create more shapeshifters. Crowley ruthlessly retaliates by cutting off the Alpha's head, killing it. He has set up a trap wherein Castiel is banished and the boys and Meg are captured.
Crowley condemns the Winchesters to death by feeding them to ghouls , but Sam escapes his cell and saves Dean. Together they free Meg. Crowley, busy interrogating the djinn Brigitta , is lured into a confrontation by the sounding of a fire alarm. He is hit from behind with a wrench by Sam , which forces him to stumble into a devil's trap. Meg then tortures Crowley while the Winchesters demand to know if he really can retrieve Sam's soul. Crowley admits that he cannot, as rescuing Sam's body was a miracle in itself, let alone trying to liberate Lucifer 's "only source of amusement. Crowley pins the boys to opposite walls and threatens Meg with the knife, until Castiel suddenly reappears with the demon 's bones.
Surprised, Crowley doesn't immediately believe they're his bones. Castiel convinces him otherwise, however, and uses this as leverage to find out if Crowley genuinely cannot retrieve Sam's soul. Crowley repeats his earlier assertion that he cannot, prompting Castiel to incinerate his bones. Crowley's spirit and host burn in agony, turning to dust. Eve traps Dean and Sam in a diner and explains that her actions in rising from Purgatory , and mobilizing all the supernatural beings are in reaction to Crowley capturing and torturing "her children.
Later, Sam , Dean , Bobby and Castiel go to find the young boy who has been made into a monster. They find both the boys dead and sulfur present, indicating a demon killed them. Castiel leaves, ostensibly to discover if Crowley is still alive. At the diner where Eve died, Crowley is waiting and tells Cas he's "tired of cleaning up his messes. Through a series of flashbacks from Castiel 's POV it is revealed that, 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 ,, monsters trapped in Purgatory, so that they can be used as a means to "go nuclear" against Raphael and his followers. Crowley even offers an advance loan of 50, 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, souls to deliver his first strike against Raphael and declare civil war in Heaven.
In the present, Crowley examines the body of Eve and demonstrates to Castiel the lingering connections between it and the monsters by jabbing Eve's brain with a silver stake, causing extreme agony for the nearby vampire prisoner. Castiel asks if he has made any progress in locating Purgatory, to which Crowley angrily retorts not as much as if Eve were captured alive; as she was their best hope of finding a doorway to Purgatory.
Upon closer examination, Crowley realizes that Castiel has been spending more time with the Winchesters and expresses his displeasure with having to hide from them and pleads with Castiel to let him kill them. Castiel refuses. After several of his demon monster hunters are wiped out by Castiel to stop the Winchesters from using them as a route to Crowley, the King of Hell sends three of his very best demons to kill Sam , Dean and Bobby but Castiel intervenes and smites them all.
He later returns to an infuriated Crowley who reasons "If you're allowed to kill my hunters, why can't I kill yours?! He then vanishes, to which a shaken Crowley comments: "This is not how synergy works! When Castiel 's dealings are revealed, he is captured by Sam , Dean and Bobby in a ring of holy fire and interrogated, forcing him to admit to working with Crowley.
He tries to explain to them his reasons for siding with a demon , that Raphael's quest to release Lucifer and Michael would destroy the world and everything in it, but the Winchesters do not feel his actions are justified and that he has learned nothing from their mistakes. Before they can question him further, however, a cloud of demons surrounds the house and at Castiel's insistence they flee.
From amongst the demons appears Crowley, who chastises Castiel for his predicament before releasing him and once again trying to convince Castiel to see the error in his compassion towards the boys, but Castiel simply warns Crowley to get out of his face. Crowley obliges, leaving with the remark: "You wanna know the difference between you and me, Cas?
I know what I am. What about you? In an effort to deter the Winchesters from interfering with his plans, Crowley kidnaps Ben and Lisa and calls Dean to offer an ultimatum: their safe return in exchange for his and Sam's cooperation. Dean counters by capturing demons and torturing them for Ben and Lisa's location.
Meanwhile, Castiel tries to convince Crowley to let them go, but he refuses to reveal their location. As an insurance policy should Dean find them, Crowley instructs a demon to occupy Lisa to keep Dean from rescuing them. This partially succeeds, as the demon fatally wounds Lisa before being exorcised. Dean rescues her and Ben, the former being healed by a remorseful Castiel, who also later locates and captures a "native of Purgatory " for Crowley. Crowley and Castiel interrogate Eleanor Visyak and learn the ritual required to open the door to Purgatory.
After Crowley has collected the blood required from a virgin and a Purgatory native , Castiel informs him that the deal has changed - Castiel will not share the souls of Purgatory with him. His options, Castiel says, are "flee or die. Together they draw the sigils and, while the moon is eclipsed, Crowley recites the incantation to open the door. He is interrupted by Dean and Bobby, but he disables them while he completes the ritual. However, the door does not open, and Castiel - having switched the blood and given them dog blood - returns, full of the souls he's taken in from Purgatory.
Crowley flees. When Raphael asks Castiel why he let the demon escape, Castiel replies that he has plans for him. Castiel finds Crowley living in a trailer in Tennessee, which he enters easily despite it being covered in angel proofing sigils. Crowley assumes Castiel has come to kill him, but Castiel reveals he wants Crowley to return to being King of Hell as he needs Hell as a threat for his enemies. However, from now on Castiel will determine where souls go, and will restrict the number going to Hell. With no other choice on the table, Crowley accepts Castiel's offer. Though initially reluctant to cross Castiel, Crowley later delivers a binding spell to them, with a note attached "Bye forever you fools.
Kisses C. Crowley appears inside Dick Roman 's the leader of the Leviathans limo and introduces himself as King of Hell. But despite having a hand in their release from Purgatory , Crowley is unable to convince Dick that he is anything more than a "bottom-feeding mutation" and needless to say; Crowley fails to sell his idea.
A crossroads demon named Guy starts exploiting a loophole in his deals to collect the clients' souls before their 10 year due date by having another demon called Jackson kill them, as the rules of the contract prohibits Guy from interfering directly. But Jackson sells his partner out to Crowley who arrives just in time to save the wayward demon from being killed by Dean Winchester. However, he berates the demon for cheating on the deals as it threatens their future negotiations; who will deal with a demon if they're worried about a chandelier accidentally falling on them the next day?
The demon realizes his mistake but Crowley is unsympathetic and intends to use Guy as an example to the others. Crowley negotiates a prisoner exchange of sorts: hand over the demon and every deal he made will be terminated. Dean agrees, and Crowley honors his end by ending the contracts. When asked why they haven't encountered him since 7. Crowley then returns to Hell with the crossroads demon , and presumably makes an example of him. Dean reminds an attacking demon that Crowley ordered a hands-off policy with regards to the Winchesters, but the demon dismisses this because Sam and Dean haven't stopped the leviathan yet and Crowley will want Emmanuel captured more than he wants Dean kept alive.
Dean, however, kills the demon before he can take Emmanuel actually an amnesiac Castiel to Crowley. Meg reveals that she still harbors intentions of killing Crowley and that Crowley in turn put a price on her head, causing her to be hunted by other demons. As the rest of her fellow Lucifer loyalists having all been killed or captured by Crowley and she needs allies, she seeks Dean out and gets him to resume their alliance against Crowley.
Meg's insinuation that Crowley would seek revenge on Castiel if he learned that Castiel is alive and helpless, implies that Crowley still has a grudge against Castiel for the latter's betrayal. Later on, when Castiel regains his memory, he briefly has a flashback of Crowley from 6. After Meg is spotted by two of Crowley's men, she persuades them not to take her to Crowley in order to claim the bounty he's set on her because she promises that she has something else that they can give to Crowley that he would care about far more.
Misinterpreting her, Rosco states that Crowley won't care if they bring in Sam and Dean , but his interest is peaked when he realizes that Meg is offering to give them a still-living Castiel , indicating that Crowley would indeed value capturing Castiel over capturing Meg. It turns out to be a trick, with Meg killing the other demons before word gets back to Crowley that Castiel is still alive. When she goes back to Sam, Dean, and Castiel, it is revealed that Sam and Dean have been anticipating her turning them over to Crowley's forces, leading her to explain that currently her only goal in life is to kill Crowley.
Dean dismisses him as a threat when compared to the Leviathan , but Meg insists that Crowley is "always" the problem, just laying low and manipulating events until the time is right for him to take advantage of the situation. Crowley is summoned by Sam and Dean who clue him in on their plan to take out Dick Roman. Crowley happily offers his blood for the weapon, but only after they've gathered all the other components for fear of his blood falling in the wrong hands. He then vanishes on the promise to return next time they call. Crowley later reappears in Dick Roman 's office, having been summoned beneath a devil's trap.
Dick greets him jovially, stating that they have much to discuss. Trapped in Leviathan custody, Crowley deduces that Dick has already discovered the Winchesters' plan and captured the prophet ; therefore he also knew that the key to killing Dick lies with Crowley's blood. Dick proposes a truce in exchange for Crowley's assistance in duping the Winchesters: he delivers them a vial of blood from a demon that was killed in New Jersey, and Crowley can have Canada when all is said and done. Knowing he hasn't any other choice, Crowley accepts and starts on the paperwork which takes all night to finalize.
He then answers the Winchesters' summons and is surprised to find Meg and Castiel in their company. Meg tries to flee but Crowley prevents her, promising to take her back to Hell once Dick is dealt with. Crowley also desires revenge against Castiel for his betrayal, but upon discovering the damaged state he's in, Crowley decides to wait until "sparkles" is himself again.
He gives the boys his blood, informing them of the offer Dick made; leaving it ambiguous as to whether he should be trusted or not. Crowley then vanishes. He later reappears in SucroCorp following Dean and Castiel 's successful slaying of Dick and their subsequent banishment to Purgatory. He explains to a panicking Sam that he has an army of demons mopping up the rest of the Leviathans , two of which have also captured Meg.
Sam demands to know where Dean is but Crowley offers no answers, instead leaving him with the knowledge that he is "truly alone" before vanishing along with Kevin Tran as a prize. A year before the events of the episode, Crowley has Kevin Tran spiffed up and then taken to a warehouse where he has somehow gotten his hands on another Word of God tablet. Crowley stays in contact with his men through a cell phone while Kevin casts the spell, however, Kevin betrays him and casts a different spell, this one to destroy demons and escapes with the tablet. Looking for Kevin, Crowley has a demon possess Kevin's girlfriend Channing and she informs him through a goblet of blood that while Kevin hasn't come to see her, the Winchesters had.
Apparently by following Sam and Dean, Crowley is able to locate Kevin and after Sam and Dean kill his minions, steps in himself with Channing. Crowley offers Kevin a deal: Channing's life and freedom for Kevin, proving that Channing is still alive by letting her regain control temporarily. Kevin agrees to the deal and goes to get his stuff. When he takes too long, Crowley goes after him, heating up Ruby's knife to stop Dean from using it on him. Crowley and Channing enter the backroom where Kevin drops a bucket of holy water on them, allowing himself and the Winchesters to escape.
Watching the three drive away in the Impala , Crowley orders the demon possessing Channing to find a new meatsuit and then, as Kevin watches horrified, dramatically snaps Channing's neck with telekinesis, killing her. After learning that the demon tablet is at an auction run by Plutus , Crowley travels there to bid for it as Plutus has put up protections against any sort of magics or violence. Crowley asks why Sam and Dean are bothering to get the tablet as all they can get from it is information on how to kill a few demons , but they brush him off. After learning that Crowley is the one who kidnapped her son, Linda Tran punches him in the face, amazing him and causing him to warn Sam and Dean not to try anything as further violence could get them kicked out.
He bids the real Mona Lisa, Alaska and the moon for the tablet, but is rejected and Kevin is added to the sale. Crowley is outbid by Linda who offers up her own soul in exchange for the tablet and her son. Crowley tries to outbid that by offering up a million souls, but Plutus is only interested as she is sacrificing everything she is to win the bid.
Crowley offers up his own soul, but Plutus rejects the offer as Crowley has none. Desperate, Crowley makes a deal with Plutus ' assistant Beau : a private island in exchange for Kevin and the tablet. With Beau's help, he possesses Linda and pretends to seal the deal before Sam and Dean realize what is going on.
Beau kills Plutus and Crowley uses the stake Beau used to kill Plutus' guard. Crowley gets the tablet, however after Dean retrieves Ruby's knife , he decides to flee without Kevin. Dean chases him while Sam dispatches Beau who tries to keep Kevin to trade for another private island, but Dean catches up with Crowley and tries to kill him even though it will kill Linda Tran also. Crowley manages to throw Dean off of him and abandons Linda as a cloud of red smoke and reenters his usual meatsuit which is in a nearby room.
As Sam, Dean and Kevin are distracted with Linda, Crowley reenters the room and retrieves the tablet, having learned of Sam and Dean 's plans to permanently close the Gates of Hell from Linda's mind. Before departing, Crowley advises Kevin to flee Sam and Dean, telling him that they will dispose of him once they no longer need him.
By: John of the Gentiles
Desperate to get the Word of God tablet translated, Crowley captures Samandriel and tortures the angel with an angel blade for the names of all the future prophets. After getting them, Crowley has his demons kidnap them and eventually stops torturing Samandriel after learning that the next generation of prophets hasn't been born yet.
Crowley tries to get the future prophets to translate the tablet for him, but none of them can and frustrated, he kills one. After learning the location of Kevin Tran and his mother from Delta Mendota , Crowley arrives and kidnaps Kevin once again, ordering a demon minion to kill Mrs. Crowley takes Kevin back to his warehouse headquarters and demands Kevin read the tablet or he will kill him and have the next prophet read it for him, proving his point by killing another future prophet.
Kevin refuses, but as Crowley wants Kevin to read it for him and not someone else, he tortures Kevin, cutting off his finger to force him to agree. Crowley has Kevin read the titles of the sections of the tablet to him, which include the sections on how to kill demons and closing the Gates of Hell , interesting Crowley as he realizes that the gates really can be closed. Kevin finds a note from the angel Metatron , writer of the tablet, in which he says he will be taking his leave of God and Heaven after he writes the tablets and leaves them for humanity.
It interests Crowley as it reveals that there are more Word of God tablets than just the ones on leviathans and demons. Castiel draws his angel blade on Crowley, but Crowley is unconcerned as Castiel is in a clearly weakened state and Crowley doesn't think he is a match for him. Castiel makes his wings appear and reaches out to smite Crowley. Crowley initially believes he's bluffing, but realizing that he's serious, he grabs the tablet and tries to make a run for it. To stop him, Castiel breaks the tablet in half and Crowley only gets away with half of it while Castiel and the Winchesters get the other half.
Crowley sets Viggo to interrogate Samandriel for whatever they can get out of him and is annoyed when Viggo summons him until he realizes that Samandriel has gone back to "factory settings" and that Viggo has tapped into his "operating system" with his torture. Crowley continues the torture personally to get what he can out of the angel who speaks in Enochian which Crowley can understand.
Crowley gets annoyed with Samandriel's various babbling until he starts talking about an angel tablet which is apparently hardwired into all angels. As Sam and Dean try to break in, Crowley continues the torture as he appears to be getting close to something and is shocked when Samandriel reveals that there is an angel tablet.
Crowley flees as Sam and Dean finally break in. Dean, desperate for a way to kill a hellhound in order to close the Gates of Hell considers summoning a crossroads demon and forcing them to summon a hellhound for him to kill, but Sam is sure that if Crowley gets wind of what they are up to, he will send a hundred instead to kill them.
While investigating a family they believe has made a deal , Sam learns that Crowley himself made the deal with the people, posing as a traveling salesman back when he was just King of the Crossroads. Crowley was summoned by Carl Granville who wanted Alice Cassity to be his wife, but stuck around and made deals with Margot Cassity and Ellie for the family to strike oil and her mother to be cured of Parkinson's disease respectively. However, Dean learns that Crowley failed to mention the fact that in ten years he would be back to collect their souls.
After Sam kills the hellhound with Ruby's knife , Sam and Dean make a hex bag for Ellie to use to hide from Crowley while on the run so he can't find her and send another hellhound to kill her. Looking for the angel tablet , Crowley figures out that it was in the hands of Lucifer and that he had it hidden in one of his many crypts. Needing someone who knows their location, he tortures Meg who knows from her time with Azazel. Meg gives him general locations so Crowley has his demons possess people who know things about the various towns and use their knowledge to dig for the crypts.
One of his demons calls him to report his failure to find the crypt and that all of the other demons are dead and Meg is gone. Crowley himself appears while the demon is on the phone with him and angered at the failure, stabs with the demon with an angel blade , killing him and decides to take up the search himself.
After the two demons he sends to attack Sam and Meg at the location of the crypt are killed by them, Crowley appears and tells Sam he's angry that he killed one of his hellhounds. Even though they have demon-proofed the building, Crowley tells them it won't hold him off long and Meg tells Sam to go find Dean and Castiel while she holds him off. Crowley is annoyed that Castiel has been foiling him again and tries to convince Meg to turn on the Winchesters, telling her that they plan to seal all demons in Hell and kill him.
However, Meg tells him he sold her on their plan with the fact that they want to kill him and the two fight with their angel blades. Meg proves to be no match for Crowley, but her actions allow Sam, Dean and Castiel time to escape, Castiel with the angel tablet. Meg taunts Crowley over how Castiel apparently has the tablet as Sam and Dean are leaving without him and stabs Crowley through the shoulder with her blade. Barely affected, Crowley removes the blade and stabs Meg with his own, killing her.
In the crypt, Crowley meets the angel Naomi who is also looking for the tablet. Crowley indicates a previous sexual relationship between the two and realizes that the tablet is indeed gone and that Castiel has it. Naomi tells him that Castiel is doing exactly what he is meant to do: protect the tablet, apparently even if it means from her too. Crowley starts to offer Naomi a deal and is annoyed when she disappears when he turns away as that is what he usually does. After learning from one of his demons that rogue reaper Ajay was seen making a deal with the Winchesters, Crowley approaches him in his cab for answers.
After learning that Ajay took Sam to Hell for an unknown reason and that he is due to pick him up in 17 hours, Crowley kills Ajay with an angel blade so he can't get him. Talking with his assistant, Crowley puts everything together: the killing of his hellhound , the trip into Hell and the fact that Sam and Dean apparently have the good half of the tablet while he has the boring half and realizes that they are trying to close the Gates of Hell and orders his assistant to find Kevin Tran. When Sam returns from Purgatory with Bobby Singer 's soul in his arm, Crowley intercepts it as it rises to Heaven and prevents Sam and Dean from interfering as he starts to take it back to Hell.
However, Naomi shows up to stop him. Crowley tries to convince her not to help as he believes the Winchesters will seal Heaven as well, but telling him that she hopes he gets sealed up first, Naomi tries to smite Crowley who flees. Naomi then releases Crowley's hold on Bobby's soul and he rises into Heaven. Crowley finds Kevin despite his protections and reveals that he tortured Linda Tran for Kevin's location.
Linda didn't break, so Crowley killed her and got the location off of her smartphone. Crowley captures Kevin and takes all of his notes on the tablet, fixing the damage so it looks like Kevin simply ran away. After capturing Kevin Tran Crowley puts him in a fake Fizzles' Folly set after scrubbing his short-term memory so that he does not remember being abducted. Two demons masquerade as Sam and Dean to keep Kevin working on deciphering Crowley's half of the tablet and to try and get the location of Kevin's half from him, while Crowley observes and offers character notes from a large room with a series of monitors hooked up to hidden cameras observing Kevin.
Crowley then crashes Naomi 's interrogation of Castiel and kills an angel using a gun, with bullets that were created by melting down an angel blade , and wounds another. Naomi retreats and Crowley reveals that the wounded angel, Ion , is working for him. He takes Castiel and deduces that the angel tablet is inside Castiel, which he then removes after shooting Castiel in the stomach.
Crowley's plan to break Kevin backfires when Kevin sees through his trick and sends his fake Sam and Dean into a trap. Crowley reveals himself to Kevin and asks how he figured it out, Kevin explains that his fake Sam and Dean were too polite and accommodating, and that Crowley will not be able to break him.
Crowley claims that he has already won as he has the angel tablet and has many deals in play that they do not know about. Before he can kill Kevin the angel Metatron appears, in his true form, and throws Crowley into a wall, burning his vessel quite badly, and escapes with Kevin, who also managed to take Crowley's half of the tablet leaving him with only the angel tablet.
Attempting to recover the tablet, Crowley uses the Supernatural books to find people that the Winchesters have saved in the past and kill them, reasoning that the Winchesters will be left feeling guilty and grief-stricken about the fact that they have failed the people they saved, their victories in saving lives defining their own existences.
These deaths include making Tommy Collins explode and boiling Jenny Klein in her oven. Dean and Sam attempt to save Sarah Blake when Crowley announces his intention to kill her, but his 'murder weapon' is revealed to be a hex bag hidden in Sarah's phone, which causes her to choke to death. Sheriff Jody Mills is on a date with a man that she thinks is named Roderick but is actually Crowley.
The two get along great and Crowley claims to have lost someone special too, reminding Jody of the deaths of her son and husband and to start crying. Jody goes to the bathroom to calm down, but falls under a spell Crowley casts that causes her to choke on her own blood - there is a hex bag in her handbag. Sam and Dean call Crowley and demand he stop and he offers them a deal , using the little time Jody has left to force the issue. The deal is that they stop the undertaking the trials to close the Gates of Hell and give him the demon tablet , and he will stop killing Jody and everyone else they've ever saved.
Dean agrees on the condition they trade the angel tablet for the demon tablet and Crowley agrees if they say "I surrender. At the ruins of Singer Salvage Yard , Sam shows Crowley the demon tablet to prove he has it while Crowley shows them the angel tablet. Crowley produces a contract many yards long, and Dean insists on reading the fine detail.
As he does, he gets close to Crowley and snaps handcuffs etched with binding sigils on him, trapping him. Sam and Dean take Crowley to a small church to undergo the third of the trials - to cure him. They secure Crowley in the middle of a devil's trap. Castiel arrives, telling Dean he needs his help in undertaking the trials. Dean is reluctant to go, but Sam insists he will be fine. After confessing his sins, Sam starts injecting Crowley with his blood. At one point Crowley bites Sam, and when he leaves to get a bandage, Crowley casts a spell and uses the blood to send a call for help.
Abaddon arrives, and throws Sam through a window, but she tells Crowley she is not there to help him, but to take over ruling Hell. Before she can kill the helpless Crowley, Sam douses her meatsuit with holy oil , setting her on fire and she vacates the body and leaves. Crowley, who is obviously regaining his humanity, tries to bond with Sam, tearfully declaring that he deserves to loved.
He also asks what he could do to even begin to ask for forgiveness. Sam suggests he could start by going along with the cure and Crowley willingly does. Dean arrives just as Sam is about to complete the ritual, and begs him to stop warning it will kill him. Sam does and Crowley is left as Dean takes a collapsing Sam outside. As the angels fall to Earth, Crowley, still stuck in the devil's trap, listens confused. After the angels apparently refuse to answer his prayer to save Sam, Dean decides to turn to Crowley who he has locked in the Impala 's trunk. He asks for Crowley to knock once for yes and twice for no and then asks him if he's still alive.
At first Crowley does nothing, but eventually answers "yes. Dean reveals to Sam that instead of killing Crowley, he has him trapped in the Impala 's trunk under a devil's trap as he believes Crowley will be useful. Sam and Dean take Crowley to the Bunker and lock him in the dungeon to the panic of Kevin as Crowley had previously tortured him. Sam and Dean question Crowley as to the names of the demons on Earth, pointing out that he had previously been close to being human again, but Crowley is unimpressed with their questions and tells them that they can't torture him more than he already tortures himself all the time.
Sam and Dean lock the dungeon and shut the lights to leave Crowley to reflect, which he does, remembering how he nearly became human. Hearing Kevin in the next room getting a file, Crowley taunts him, causing Kevin to beat him with his fists and a sledgehammer. Crowley claims to Kevin that he never killed his mother and that he will lead Kevin to her if he releases him. Crowley also tells Kevin that the Winchesters will use him and then discard him as there will always be more prophets. While Kevin considers releasing Crowley, he decides not to and leaves him in the dungeon.
When Sam and Dean return to the Bunker, Crowley reveals the names of two demons to them that he claims they would be doing him a favor by killing. Crowley offers them a deal : he has the names they want and they have the ability to help him with the things he wants. If they help him, he'll help them. He also tells them that he told them the names because he got enjoyment out of Kevin's predicament. Dean has Sam check on the names Crowley gave them while he stops Kevin from leaving, telling him that even if Crowley was telling the truth, his mother is dead in all the ways that matters.
Sam gives Crowley a pen and paper for more demon names, but Crowley refuses unless he can stretch his legs. Sam just leaves the paper and pen with Crowley and leaves. When the Wicked Witch of the West escapes, she finds Crowley and he has her write what she wants on the paper. When she writes " key ," Crowley tells her that the Winchesters keep the keys in the kitchen. When Sam and Dean find him, he agrees to tell them what the Witch wanted in exchange for being allowed to stretch his legs.
Sam releases him from the collar keeping him in his chair, but he stalls so Dean shoots him. Crowley shows them the paper and tells them what he told the Witch. Sam and Dean then leave him alone. After the Wicked Witch is killed, Sam secures him to his chair again and puts a pen and paper in front of Crowley again.
When Crowley tries to get more out of him, Sam leaves without ever saying a word, leaving the paper for Crowley. Annoyed, Crowley mutters " bollocks. Kevin tells Sam there is some smudging on the tablet, as if the scribe does not want anyone to read it. He and Sam cannot translate it. Sam suggests they get Crowley to translate Crowley can read the tablet, but refuses. Sam threatens to give Crowley up to Abaddon. Crowley asks for one phone call. Crowley proves that he can read the translation. Sam decides to let Crowley have one phone call. Kevin says letting the King of Hell and Abaddon communicate with each other is a terrible idea.
The phone call involves drawing blood. After some coaxing, Kevin agrees. He fills a syringe with his blood. With the blood bubbling in a bowl, Crowley contacts Hell. When he says he is their King, he is put on hold. Crowley reaches Abaddon. Abaddon gleefully tells Crowley that she has doubled his projections by voiding his contracts and bringing more souls to Hell. She insults Crowley and tells him she will soon replace him. Crowley yells that you cannot rule Hell with chaos, and she will burn.
Crowley passes the bowl back to Sam. Crowley asks for the transcripts, saying that he keeps his promises. Crowley reads the transcripts, and gives them the bad news: the angel spell is irreversible. When Sam is washing out the bowl of blood, he notices something amiss with the set of syringes.
Opening it, he finds one gone. Crowley palmed one of the syringes. Dean asks Castiel for help. Castiel reminds Dean of the angel Samandriel  and says that the demons were able to dig into his mind , and they might be able to bypass the angel and talk directly to Sam. Crowley then taunts Dean saying that people, who get close to him, get killed. Crowley agrees to help them crack open the angel in return they will allow him a little field trip with the chains still on. Dean then agrees to the deal. Cecily insists on meeting Crowley alone in a warded room, thus making Castiel unable to listen in.
Cecily then updates Crowley on the high points of the months he's missed; she admits Hell is in chaos, and that Abaddon has not yet taken over. She also implies that she is not totally loyal to Crowley but that she is playing both sides. She then locates the Impala for Crowley. Once Gadreel is captured, Crowley begins to access Gadreel's "programming" and is able to make the angel reveal his identity, but Crowley is still unable to bypass the angel and talk directly to Sam.
Dean then asks for Castiel to possess Sam and help him kick Gadreel out. Crowley then offers to do it if they remove the chains and set him free. Dean agrees and releases Crowley from his bindings, allowing him to jump into Sam's body. Once in Sam's mind he convinces him that an angel is possessing his body and he is tucked away in small dark corner of his mind, but then Gadreel finds them and a fight ensues but Sam is strong enough and expels Gadreel from his body.
Crowley leaves voluntarily. As Sam starts to wake up, Abaddon arrives, and Crowley tells them to leave. Dean then says that this don't make them square and if he sees him again he is dead, Abaddon orders the demons with her to kill Crowley, they refuse, and Crowley points out she does not yet rule all the demons. Abaddon wants to fight, but Crowley likens their conflict more to an election - whoever wins over the demons will rule hell.
Searching for the First Blade , the only weapon that can kill Abaddon , Crowley approaches Dean for help, revealing that the only demon who knew about the Blade was captured by John Winchester before Crowley could get to him. Following a clue in John Winchester's Journal, Dean and Crowley travel to John's Lock-Up where they find a file on an old case John worked with a hunter named Tara where he interrogated and exorcised the demon who did mention the Blade.
Finding Tara, she recognizes Crowley as a demon and initially refuses to help until she is told about Abaddon. After Tara reveals that the last ingredient of a locator spell for the Blade is the essence of kraken, Crowley takes off to get it. With the spell , Dean and Crowley are able to track the Blade to Missouri. Arriving at the location the spell indicated, Crowley is terrified to find Cain who silences him and keeps him from fleeing.
Cain reveals that he created the Knights of Hell and slaughtered them which Crowley knew and didn't tell Dean, but refuses to give them the Blade. Four demons arrive to attack and Crowley kills one with an angel blade while Dean kills the rest. As an army of demons arrive, Cain agrees to help, revealing that Abaddon murdered his wife. He gives Dean the Mark of Cain, the source of the Blade's power and tells them that the Blade itself is in the ocean.
Cain teleports Crowley and Dean outside as he takes on the demon army and they flee. Dean realizes that Crowley was actually using him all along, having known the truth about the Blade and Cain the whole time. Crowley confirms it, saying that while Cain wouldn't help him, he knew he'd help Dean. While Dean threatens to kill Crowley once they have dealt with Abaddon, the two are forced to work together for the time being as Crowley is the only one who can find and retrieve the Blade.
Crowley has grown addicted to human blood and relies on a demon named Lola to get it, not knowing that she is betraying his secrets to Abaddon. After discovering her betrayal and killing her, Crowley calls in Sam and Dean who force him to detox from the blood. Crowley reveals that he tracked the Blade down from where it was retrieved from the bottom of the Marianas Trench years earlier and helps Sam and Dean find who it was sold to by possessing the man sent to meet with them briefly.
Sam and Dean learn that a man going by Magnus got the Blade and realize he was one of the Men of Letters. Crowley reveals that Magnus was a rogue member who he had been trying to track down but lost track of. Sam and Dean learn that Magnus was once the MoL's spellmaster and manage to convince him to let them into his lair, but Crowley is left behind.
After Sam is sent back without Dean when Magnus decides to add Dean to his "collection," Sam and Crowley work together to get inside his lair. Once inside, though he is powerless, Crowley avoids capture and frees Dean, allowing him to kill Magnus with the First Blade. However, knowing Sam and Dean will likely betray and try to kill him, Crowley steals the Blade from them until such time that they track down Abaddon and use it to kill her.
After Dean calls him and then hangs up, Crowley tracks him down at a bar and tries to convince him to embrace the Mark of Cain and the killer instinct that comes with it, but Dean refuses. While Crowley is using the bathroom, Dean stops a hunter from going after him and confronts Crowley as he believes Crowley was shooting up again with human blood. Crowley doesn't deny it but believes Dean is hunting Abaddon so badly so that he can touch the First Blade again and get the rush it gives him.
Dean denies it, telling him he's focused on killing Abaddon and can't worry about the consequences of using the Blade though Crowley is unconvinced. Crowley agrees to bring Dean the Blade when he finds Abaddon, but meets with the " hunter ," Jake , that was supposedly after him.
Its revealed that Jake is actually a demon working for Crowley who he used to test Dean to see if Dean would save him. Crowley is pleased, stating that he knew Dean would as they're "besties" and that Dean is "ready. Abaddon pulls Crowley's son Gavin MacLeod to the present to use his lingering humanity and affection for his son against him to force him to help her kill the Winchesters. After Abaddon causes Gavin great pain, Crowley agrees and informs Sam and Dean of where to find the First Blade , calling off a hellhound guarding it.
He then tells them where to find him and that he has found Abaddon, but tells Dean "Poughkeepsie," the code word Dean taught him that means "drop everything and run" to warn him of the trap. To keep Crowley from interfering, Abaddon shoots him in the shoulder with a bullet engraved with a devil's trap , binding his powers and trapping him, the way the Winchesters and their grandfather initially defeated her. When Dean arrives, Crowley tells him Abaddon is close then warns him with his eyes of an attacking demon.
Dean kills the demon and faces off against Abaddon while Crowley watches immobile. As Crowley watches, Dean displays immunity to Abaddon's powers and telekinesis, allowing him to gain the upper hand and kill Abaddon. Afterwards, Crowley uses a knife to dig out the bullet, annoyed that Sam and Dean won't help him. Sam informs him that they are letting him live and he should be happy with that.
Crowley is amused to find out that Dean didn't tell Sam he'd warned them it was a trap and is upset that Sam and Dean insist on sending Gavin back to his own time as Crowley doesn't want him to die. Pretending to say goodbye to his son, Crowley teleports him to a park where he tells him of his fate and that he should build a new life in the present. Having regained his post as King of Hell, Crowley is summoned by Dean while he is getting a massage. When summoned he informs Dean that the Mark of Cain 's side effect is that the more you kill, the better you feel.
And the less you kill, the worse you feel. When Dean states that Cain was not affected like this Crowley reminds him that Cain is a demon and that a human body is not strong enough to handle the power of the Mark. Telling Dean, unless he keeps killing, he will die.
During a brief stop in a restaurant, where Crowley insists Dean order some food so that the waitress will get a bigger tip, he asks Dean if he ever wonders if 'this' is all there is, and whether or not Dean has ever just wished to abandon it all and "go howl at the moon. To which Dean tells him that it's him that's complicated, not Hell. Before Dean can ask what they are two of Crowley's demons enter the restaurant and inform him of Metatron's recent actions. Both Dean and Crowley leave, though Crowley asks Dean if he plans to eat his food to which Dean replies that he isn't hungry.
Tracking down a woman that Metatron resurrected both Crowley and Dean find Sam outside her house, who implores Dean to work with him instead of Crowley. Dean agrees and tells Crowley to go, who sarcastically quips that he has been "Winchester'd," telling them he would wish them good luck, if he thought it would actually do anything. After Dean has died Sam attempts to summon Crowley, little realizing that Crowley is already inside the Bunker and with Dean's corpse.
Crowley tells Dean that he has never lied to him, but he did omit certain truths or only half-tell them. He tells Dean's corpse that there is another story about Cain, that one day he realized what the Mark was doing to him and in desperation took his own life Crowley takes the First blade out of his jacket pocket and places it in Dean's hand.
The False Prophet Azazel
As he moves Dean's arm to his chest, he tells Dean that he isn't really dead but is entering a new life, where he will see what Crowley sees and feel what Crowley feels. He tells Dean to open his eyes, which Dean does revealing that he has become a demon. Crowley is with the "new Dean" at a bar called The Black Spur. After Dean has sex with a waitress named Ann Marie, Crowley walks in on the two of them in his bed, and is upset with them for "soiling" his room.
Later, Dean and Crowley play foosball with two people at the bar. They lose, and Dean blames Crowley for interrupting him while playing. When Dean almost kills a man that was harassing Ann Marie outside the bar, Crowley is seen watching the whole fight silently. When looking through the phone of an Abaddon loyalist by the name of Neely, Sam discovers a text that had alerted the demon of Dean's presence and whereabouts.
When Sam calls the number, Crowley answers, revealing that he has been sending the "Abaddon loyalists" after Dean the whole time. Sam promises Crowley that he will save his brother or die trying. Crowley tells Sam that he is jealous of the fact that Crowley and Dean are best friends now, and that his brother is not just possessed, but has been twisted into a demon by the Mark of Cain. Sam tracks Crowley using the phone number in the text message, which Crowley had anticipated. Crowley urges Dean to be his second-in-command, and tells him that they could rule Hell together and be unstoppable.