10 low-key villains in the supernatural

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The otherworldly, witty, and charming villain is one of the fans of cult fantasy supernatural Can’t eat enough. In fact, the show has a series of super villains who keep the brave Winchester brothers on their toes.

However, if it weren’t for the various low-key but often dangerous opponents that the brothers had to face and fight, the big bad guy alone would not be able to sustain the show. Whether it is humans, angels, or humans and angels possessed by other angels and archangels, apart from the typical monsters of the week, brothers have no shortage of challenges that they must face.

10 Bella Talbot

Bella is not a villain per se, but a troublemaker. She suddenly appeared when she left, but in the short time she passed through the boys, she caused them trouble, including stealing a staggering 46,000 dollars, which may be more in theirs than Sam and Dean once or now. Never seen in life.

Bella also stole the coveted Colt

Brothers, this gun is the only one of its kind and can kill any entity that is not affected by other weapons. Bella was never meticulous, she was a slippery eel, but she was certainly not as scary as some of the people or creatures Sam and Dean continued to encounter. Her death, probably killed by the Hellhound, looked a little harsh, and the boys seemed to forget her soon.

9 Anna Milton

The fallen angel Anna at first seemed to be a potential ally of the brother and Castile, and even spent a steamy night behind the impala with Dean, one of many emotional people. supernatural The moment that Impala has experienced. She is an angel who resists the demands of God, so she looks like a good person who can think about herself.

However, she quickly becomes hostile because she decides to go back in time and kill Mary and John Winchester so that Sam and Dean will never be born and need to be broken to release Lucifer among the 66 seals on earth The first one will remain intact, and most importantly, Lucifer will not have his real container. Then she was killed by the Archangel Michael, who owned John. He wanted to save his wife. Although this meant that the end of the world could not be stopped, Anna’s death was a good relief.

8 Gadrell

Gadreel is not an out-and-out villain. He is one of the main characters in Season 9 and a minor opponent after Metatron, the scribe of God.

After most of the angels were expelled from heaven, Gadreel had taken refuge in Sam’s body. After convincing Dean that this was the only way to keep Sam alive, he eventually became the scheming Metatron’s right-hand man. Although he seemed contradictory at first, when Gadreel took possession of Sam and coldly murdered the young Kevin Tran according to Metatron’s instructions, the fans completely opposed him, and Dean couldn’t do anything about it.

7 Duma

At first, it seemed that it was an angel eager to save the chaotic heaven. Duma gradually became hostile because she allowed Lucifer to rule the heaven in exchange for him to help create more angels.

She herself also briefly controlled heaven, creating a reign of terror, making heaven the ultimate destination of human cruelty.She also manipulates Jack so that she can control his immense power and eventually become a container of shadow, the entity of shadow ruling the void, one of the main locations/scenes supernatural, Since ancient times. Duma was another loose ending that needed to be tied up, and Cas finally did it. x

6 Billie

The god of death Billy became the god of death after being killed by Dean Winchester with his sickle. At first it looked like the Winchester family wanted to save the world and destroy God’s ally, Billie also turned into a villain at the end of season 15.

Billie’s ending is largely ambiguous, even though she seems to be on the side of her brother, trying to get rid of God.For this, she even resurrected Jack and told him how

e can increase his power, he needs to keep in order to kill God. However, it turns out that Billy has been manipulating his brother and Jack. She wanted to kill God not to save the world, but to take over the universe by herself.

5 Tony Bayville

Although not very low-key, Mrs. Toni Bevel became a temporary villain in season 12, a ruthless killer on the payroll of British literati.

Bevell proved to be some sort of Terminator, with little morality or scruples to support her, and willing to spare no effort to follow the instructions upstairs. She kidnapped Sam Winchester and tortured him cruelly, all to please the Supreme Commander, and unlike Cage, who has at least a convincing personality, Beville’s character is just irritating.This is a villain fans hate not like others supernatural The villain they love.

4 Uriel

As one of the first angels the brothers met, Uriel deceived everyone (including Castile) because someone discovered that he was actually trying to achieve the end of the world, rather than helping to stop it.

As the demon mole in heaven, Uriel is one of the angels who betrayed God, tired of his absence, and tired of following the instructions of someone who has never really appeared. He may be someone who proves to Sam and Dean that an angel, contrary to popular belief, is not necessarily a good person. Uriel is still just a pawn, because more important angels like Zachariah quickly joined the party, turning Sam and Dean’s lives into hell. But he was the first evil angel the brothers encountered.

3 Castil

Castiel made the list because he almost went into the dark side more than once. Season 6 saw Cas become rogue, killing hundreds of his angel companions, not to mention the humans he slaughtered. The idea of ​​becoming a god took over his heart, so much that he lost any humanity that he might have gained when getting along with people like Sam and Dean.

Later, Cas agreed to let Lucifer in so they could defeat the darkness. However, Lucifer had his own plan, and the Cass-shaped Lucifer quickly took over hell, where he imprisoned Crowley, killed Rowena, and basically established hell. Castiel himself may be the best entity, but he has made some unsatisfactory choices, especially for him.

2 Soulless Sam

Fans may have forgotten a villain in the series, but at the time he was definitely a key opponent, Sam without Soul. Sam Winchester returned from Lucifer’s cage in Hell in Season 6, where he was broken and beaten so that when he returned, his soul had been left behind.

The destruction caused by the soulless Sam became a major plot point in Season 6, because Sam lost his relationship with

Softer human emotions, he doesn’t care whether he has to kill some completely innocent humans here and there. He even set a vampire on his brother, knowing that the latter is in danger of turning over, and he did it! Soulless Sam may be very low-key in the context of the entire series, but for a while he was very scary.

1 John Winchester

Of course, John Winchester was a good man. When his wife died in such a shock, he suffered a terrible tragedy, leaving him with two young children, one of which was a baby. He also taught the boys everything they knew about hunting.

However, there is a reason supernatural Fans think that Bobby is the brothers’ better father than John Winchester. It was John who was obsessed with finding the demon who killed his wife, which put Sam and Dean on this road without turning back and took away their childhood. Although they did save the world many times, and certain events have happened, which would affect them anyway, the brothers only had their father thanked them for the many sacrifices they had to make.



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