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He briefly abandons Dean to continue his own plans while wearing down Dean's willingness to resist, but although Michael eventually takes Dean as his vessel again, with the aid of his family Dean is able to trap Michael in his subconscious.
He is later informed by Billie the Reaper, who has replaced Death after his death, that Michael will inevitably escape his prison in every future but the one where Dean seals himself in an Enochian box at the bottom of the ocean, but although Dean starts creating such a box, he accepts Sam's argument that they will still try and find another way first.
Dean is briefly reunited with his father after a pearl with magical abilities grants him that which his heart desires. Although Dean hoped that his heart desire would be Michael out of his head, the family reunion was heart touching.
John was forced to return to his own time before an alternate time line could ensue. Still abandoning his plan to seal himself in the Malik box, Dean accompanies Sam, Castiel, and Jack in a fairly routine hunt.
During this, Dean gets knocked unconscious only to wake, and find that Michael has escaped his mind. After slaughtering many hunters in his wake, Michael tortures the Winchesters but is confronted and killed by Jack Kline, who uses his soul to draw on his angelic abilities.
In killing Michael, Jack not only burned off his soul, but also absorbed the grace of Michael, restoring him to his powerful state as a Nephilim.
Due to this, Dean becomes increasingly more concerned with the condition of Jack's soul. Parallel to this, the previous vessel of Lucifer engages in a plan to raise Lucifer from the empty.
Jack is able to stop him in a grotesque killing which leaves Mary Winchester in a state of deep concern. Jack becomes frustrated and accidentally uses his powers to kill Mary.
Dean finds out about his mother's death and starts into a fit of anger fueled by grief. On a mission to kill Jack, Chuck makes an appearance, supplying a gun which will do to the holder what it does to the victim.
Dean accepts this as a solution for his building anger towards Jack and finds himself aiming, point blank, at Jack.
Dean realizes that this is not the solution and drops the gun, eliciting an angered response from Chuck. Sam and Dean begin to realize that their lives have been nothing more than entertainment to Chuck, while he pulls the strings.
Welcome to the end. After Chuck brings on the end breaking open the gates of hell, Sam, Dean, Castiel deals with the after effects dealing with a horde of zombies and ghosts.
He accepts his fate and tells Sam a tearful goodbye. He is then reunited with Bobby Singer in heaven who explains to him what has been going on since Chuck's defeat.
Dean learns that Jack pulled Castiel from the Empty so that Castiel could help Jack reshape heaven for the better.
When turned into a vampire, Dean had greater strength and all of his senses were enhanced. As a human, Dean was the bearer of the Mark of Cain; this granted him extraordinary strength, allowing him to fight on the level of a supercharged angel like Metatron.
He also had several psionic abilities, the most notable of which is being able to summon and call the First Blade to him granted it is reasonable range.
These powers also included premonitions given in dreams and immunity to both magical and demonic powers. As a demon bearing the Mark of Cain, Dean's strength was multiplied from the time he was a human, allowing him strength on par with, if not greater than, the Knights of Hell.
His demonic powers also included a degree of telepathy, being able to read an individual named Lester's mind and learn his history with Sam upon meeting him.
During his time as a demon, Dean also possessed the ability to easily regenerate from wounds and as his corrupted soul was possessing his own body, he was exempt from exorcisms that plagued other demons.
During the short period as the angel Michael, Dean had powers similar to teleportation, telekinesis and rapid healing. Dean is a skilled and highly resourceful hunter.
He is also adept with brawling and knife fighting , and has subdued several human assailants with ease and bested physically more powerful creatures such as shapeshifters, vampires and demons.
He frequently utilizes improvised weapons and explosive devices; in "Croatoan", he demonstrated knowledge of chemistry , constructing Molotov cocktails and improvised explosive devices, and in "Phantom Traveler", he revealed knowledge of electronics and reverse engineering , having built an electromagnetic field detector from an old Walkman radio.
Dean also possesses extensive knowledge of the supernatural and mythology , and from season 4 onwards learns and is able to perform spells that are effective against angels.
Dean's work as a hunter requires him to impersonate various occupational roles in pursuing his investigations and avoid the attention of law-enforcement.
To this end, Dean is well-versed in how police, fire departments and various government agencies FBI , CDC typically operate and conduct investigations.
He is dying. Sam begs for Dean to stay with him and let him work to bring him back to life but Dean asks Sam to let him go.
Crying, they confess how much they love and care about each other before Dean dies. We then see Sam start a family with a mystery woman fans think it's Eileen.
Together they have a son called Dean. Meanwhile, we learn that Dean has gone to heaven and it's a place where you can be happy with everyone you love.
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If she resists, every angel will smite her in a single, unified blow. Dean tries to dissuade them, due to the fact that a lot of people would die, but they do not care.
Amara kills the angels, and as the skies darken with the impending wrath of the angels, she transports him back to the park, to safety.
However, when he gets close, he starts to feel ill and is forced to pull over and get out of the car, where he promptly vomits. Castiel finds him, and after a quick examination informs Dean that he has smiting sickness - he cannot get any closer.
If he does, it will only get worse, and he will die. Castiel insists on going alone, as angels are not susceptible to smiting sickness.
Crowley calls him, and informs him that Sam is in Hell, with Lucifer. He tells Dean to go to a warehouse in Nebraska.
Billie lets him inside, and then opens a door to Hell. There, he meets up with Crowley and Rowena. Dean and Crowley put a witchcatcher around her neck, forcing her to work on the spell to put Lucifer back in the cage.
While discussing this, they start to hear the sounds of Lucifer attacking Sam. Dean bolts for the cage, Castiel right behind him.
When Lucifer sees them, he snaps his fingers, and they are instantly transported into the cage as well. The four of them fight until Rowena finally finishes the spell, and Lucifer vanishes in a burst of bright light.
Soon after, in He is surprised to find Castiel there, going through all the files. Castiel tells Dean he is looking for a spell that can draw Amara out, adding that he had her in his sights and he should have killed her.
He admits to feeling a sort of attraction to her. Castiel promises Dean that they will figure it out. Later, after they finish the case, Dean mentions to Sam that he thinks there was something a little off about Castiel.
Once a person is cursed, they are killed by a creature called a qareen , which takes the shape of a person's deepest desire.
The qareen tells Dean to give in to the love he feels for Amara. She tries to kill him until Sam is finally successful in stabbing its heart.
While researching ways to kill Amara in It is a piece of the original Ark of the Covenant, touched by God himself. They track it through history to a WWII submarine that went down in , and convince Castiel to time travel with Dean to the submarine to retrieve it.
Dean successfully gets on board, but Castiel is unable due to the angel warding on the hull. Dean gets the Hand of God, but right before he gets teleported out and back to , the Hand of God is used by Delphine Seydoux.
When Dean lands back in , he finds out that Castiel has in fact been possessed by Lucifer. When Lucifer takes the Hand of God and realizes that its power has all been used up, he starts to punish them, stopped only by Sam, who uses an angel banishing sigil to blast him away.
Dean vows to hunt Lucifer down and save Cas. They work a few more cases in [[ They find an empty cabin, and Dean leaves Sam with the two hikers while he looks for sticks to make something to carry Sam back on.
When he comes back in, he finds Sam on the floor, all signs indicating that he is dead. The trio find their way to the road, and Dean flags down a Sheriff.
Dean punches the sheriff in an attempt to escape, but is tased and brought to the hospital. There, he becomes desperate and decides to talk to a reaper.
In order to do so, he downs a handful of barbiturates, overdosing. He collapses on the floor and starts to seize. Dean, in ghost form, watches as the doctors surround his body and attempt to save him.
Billie the reaper arrives and refuses to make any deals with him. However, the doctor is able to bring Dean back to life. Soon after, to his great relief, Dean gets a phone call from Sam.
They then argue about whether Lucifer should be dealt with before or after Amara, as he might be useful in defeating her.
Crowley quickly gets tired of their arguing and stands firm that he will not give them the Horn of Joshua until Lucifer is back in the cage.
Outside, they see the sky is full of lighting and swirling dark clouds. They meet up with her in an abandoned church, where they summon Lucifer.
When he arrives, they trap him in a ring of holy fire, then use a sigil to bring Castiel out. Dean tries to tell Castiel something, but before he can, Lucifer comes back.
The Holy Fire goes out, and Lucifer is able to get the Horn. He begins to torture Sam and Dean, until Amara comes in. Amara is unharmed, and she disappears with him.
Sam accidentally breathes it in and becomes infected. Seeing this, Dean refuses to go on without him, and willingly takes a deep breath of the fog as well.
He reaches inside and pulls out the samulet. Going outside, they see everyone who had died in the street walking around, bewildered and confused, but perfectly fine.
They make their way down the street, unsure of what to expect. Then, they see him. They stop, stunned. Chuck turns around and comes over, saying that they should probably talk.
Chuck snaps his fingers and transports them all back to the bunker. Dean and Sam watch, flabbergasted, as it finally becomes clear. Sam is beyond excited to talk to God, who prefers to go by Chuck, but Dean is much more withdrawn, not understanding how Chuck could just have left humanity to deal with everything by itself when he was really needed.
Chuck says that he needed to let people find their own way. Being over involved was not helping anyone.
The next morning, Sam finds out about another town that experienced the mysterious fog, where thousands of people died, everyone except for one person.
They go to the town, where they talk to the survivor, Donatello Redfield , and figure out that he is a prophet. Dean sees another vision of Amara, telling him that she needs to see him.
They bring Donatello back to the bunker to see Chuck, then go off to meet Metatron at a bar, who tells them that Chuck has no intention of taking Amara down - he will sacrifice himself.
Chuck plans to make a deal with Amara to have himself put in a cage as long as the world is unhurt. Back in the Bunker, they agree to let Metatron in on their plan, as his knowledge may be useful.
Dean meets up with Amara in a forest, and once again she asks him to join her. However, she quickly realizes that he has betrayed her - this meeting is a diversion to distract her while the others rescue Lucifer.
She goes to try and stop them, leaving Dean unharmed. To increase their power to do so, they decide to bring in Crowley, Rowena, and more angels.
Crowley recruits demons, Lucifer recruits the angels, and Rowena recruits several other witches. They come up with a plan to attack her, weakening her enough so that Chuck can put her back in the cage.
At the abandoned power plant where this is all to take place, Dean finds out that the plan involves Sam taking on the Mark of Cain , something he immediately objects to, but his protests are brushed aside.
Rowena telepathically lets Amara know where they are, and when Amara arrives at the power plant, the attacks begin, from the witches, demons, angels, and Lucifer.
She and Chuck argue, until she admits defeat, and requests that he kill her. However, when she realizes that he is about to imprison her instead of killing her, she fights back with renewed vigor.
She tells Dean and Sam that he is dying, then vanishes. Castiel wakes up a few minutes later in Chuck also wakes up, and tells them that Amara was right, he is dying.
Outside, they realize that the sun is dying as well. Back at the bunker, Chuck finally agrees to help kill Amara.
He says that the darkness can be killed by light. A plan is devised to create a bomb using souls. Sam and Dean head to a haunted asylum to raid the souls of the ghosts there, and when they return, Billie the reaper appears and wants to know what they are doing.
When they tell her, she offers to help them by letting them use the souls that are in the Veil. Dean is chosen as the one to bring the bomb to Amara, as he is the one with a personal connection to her.
However, Rowena tells him that he will not just be carrying the bomb - he will be the bomb. Resigned, Dean agrees. After he has said his goodbyes, Chuck transports him to Amara.
There, Amara knows about the bomb - she knows what Dean is trying to do. Amara summons Chuck, they talk, and Amara heals him, which makes the sun shine again.
Chuck and Amara are planning to go away together, but before they do so, Amara tells Dean she wants to to give Dean what he needs the most.
Later, somewhere in a dark park, Dean hears a woman calling for help. As he rushes over, he sees who it is, and stares at her in shock.
It is his mother, Mary Winchester. The season 12 premiere Once he establishes she is really his mother, they sit on a park bench and talk until morning.
Dean then takes her back to the Bunker where they discover blood on the floor and no sign of Sam or Castiel. Cas returns to the Bunker where Dean introduces him to Mary, and they begin the search for Sam.
Cas tells Dean about the woman waiting for them in the bunker so Dean hacks traffic cams and finds the SUV that kidnapped Sam. They track it to the SUV's driver, and then to a vet who treated Sam for a gunshot wound, who gives them the phone number of the woman who kidnapped him - Lady Antonia Bevell.
Dean calls her to let her know they are coming to rescue Sam. Toni sends Ms. Watt to meet them -- she crashes into the Impala and fights with Dean and Cas, almost beating them.
Mary kills her with Cas' angel blade, then becomes upset over taking a life and her sons becoming hunters. Dean comforts her, saying he believes what he and Sam do has made the world a better place to live.
Dean is working with Castiel to search for Sam in She overhears his conversation with Cas, and Dean tells her he's glad she's back but feels she needs time to adjust.
Mary worries that Sam won't be able to forgive her for her deal with Azazel. Cas calls with a possible location for Sam and texts Dean the address.
Mary insists on coming along and Dean argues against it, but loses and Mary joins him. In the car, Mary tells Dean about her time as a hunter, how she was good at it but also realized that all hunters end up dead.
Dean tells her about how she died, how it caused John to become obsessed with hunting and raise him and Sam in the life, and how Sam wanted out, but when John went missing, they realized they only had each other.
They arrive at the house and join Cas, and while searching the grounds Dean comes across a sigil and disappears. He reappears inside the house where Toni catches him and shoves him into the basement with Sam and threatens to torture him so that Sam will give up information on the American hunters.
Mary appears and threatens Toni with a gun, tossing handcuff keys to Dean who releases himself and Sam. Mary and Toni fight but are interrupted by Mick Davies , who apologizes for her behavior and states that the British Men of Letters want to work with them instead.
Sam expresses concern over Mary's desire to get back into hunting but Dean is all for a "family hunting trip".
Mary struggles with her lack of knowledge about the technological methods the boys use and the aftereffects of the attack. While salting and burning what they think is the ghost's bones, Sam remains concerned about Mary but Dean still believes she's just "adjusting".
They return to the room to find Mary gone and upon discovering she's returned to the house, they return to rescue her but she's been possessed by the actual ghost.
The ghost tries to make her kill Dean but she resists it and releases him. Dean keeps the ghost occupied while Sam finds the bones and burns them, which releases Mary and the ghosts of all the children in the house.
Back in the Bunker, Dean apologies for taking over her case, but becomes hurt and angry when Mary says she has to leave to have some time by herself.
As they discuss the victim, Olivia, with the priest who witnessed her death, Sam notices Dean is very short with him.
They wonder if perhaps it was caused by a rogue angel, so Dean calls Cas to discuss the case. After hanging up with Cas, Dean texts Mary to check in on her and asks if he should still call her Mom.
Sam returns and Dean briefs him on Cas' news -- the gates of Heaven are still closed, so it can't be an angel, and he and Crowley have teamed up to hunt for Lucifer, who has possessed the "Master of Butt-rock" Vince Vincente.
Dean teases Sam when he defends Vince. They head to the morgue to examine Olivia's body, where Dean is dismissive to the medical examiner, and when Sam calls him out for being cranky, Dean denies it.
They question Olivia's former employee and replacement, Beth, who's also a Wiccan, which causes Dean to believe she is responsible, but Sam disagrees.
A grocery delivery guy is killed in the same fashion, and Olivia's case files show a connection to the Petersons, a "real Old-Testament type" family.
They question the family, and afterward, Sam once again questions Dean about Mary's departure and how he's dealing with it, which Dean again brushes off.
Discussing the case, Sam believes the ghost of their dead daughter, Magda Peterson , is responsible. Dean disagrees, believing Beth is the killer and leaves to track her down, leaving Sam at the farm.
Dean questions Beth and determines she was not responsible for Olivia's death. He receives a phone call from Sam who tells him Magda is still alive before he is attacked and the phone disconnects.
Dean rushes back to the farm in time to save Sam, who was about to be poisoned by the Petersons. Afterward, Dean receives a text from Mary where she apologizes for not getting back to him sooner and says that she will always be "Mom".
While investigating the shop where the deaths occurred, Dean finds a hidden room full of Nazi paraphernalia. Meanwhile, Sam hacks into the shop's computer and discovers the victims were meeting regarding an antique pocket watch, and that the store owner had a whole business catering to "Nazi nutjobs".
He finds out that the pocket watch used to belong to Hitler's inner circle, and the boys presume the Thule are involved. They call Aaron Bass to see what the Judah Initiative knows about any local Thule activity.
Aaron tells them they've all come back to Germany regarding a mission called "Das Blut" The Blood. They ask him about the pocket watch but he doesn't know anything.
When news of another spontaneous combustion death pops up, they head to the crime scene -- the apartment of a young woman who managed to escape.
They leave the apartment in time to see a cop car driving off, with a woman in the back screaming for help. The follow the cop car to a parking garage where they rescue the woman, Ellie , and tie up her captor for questioning.
He is Christoph Nauhaus , the son of Commandant Nauhaus , a ranking officer in the Thule High Command. He explains how the soul of Hitler is trapped in the pocket watch "like a Horcrux", and the Thule plan to use it to resurrect Hitler, along with Ellie's blood, because she happens to be a direct descendant of Hitler -- "Das Blut".
The boys convince Ellie to help them set a trap for the Thule, but while fighting Thule thugs, Ellie jumps out of the window and is captured by Nauhaus and Christoph.
The boys head to a diner to research a tracking spell to find her, when Christoph arrives, having overheard their location while escaping execution.
Christoph leads them to the location where the resurrection ritual is taking place. Handcuffing Christoph in the Impala, they plan their attack.
Dean wants to use the Grenade Launcher but Sam refuses since they need to be stealthy; he promises Dean he'll be able to use it someday.
The boys launch their attack but are captured and brought to the room where Hitler's soul has already been transferred into Nauhaus.
Ellie is lying on a gurney, weak from blood loss. Dean uses the distraction to grab a gun and shoots the other flunkies, then shoots Hitler.
They walk back to the Impala with Ellie, and Dean exclaims multiple times "I killed Hitler! They release Christoph and take Ellie back to her apartment.
Dean suggests heading for pie since he deserves it after The girls are out of town at a Radiohead concert but Jody invites them in for pizza.
Dean, of course, informs Jody that he killed Hitler. While eating, Jody receives a phone call which leaves her obviously upset.
The boys ask her what's wrong, and she tells them a friend of hers died -- Asa Fox -- and they're having a wake tonight with a hunter's funeral the next day.
The boys insist on going with her to support her, and also because they've never been to a hunter's gathering before.
She tells them they'll have to get cleaned up before they spend five hours in a car together, as the gathering is in Manitoba, Canada.
They arrive and meet Asa's mom Lorraine Fox and several hunters, amongst them Elvis Katz and Bucky Sims. Dean wanders into Asa's office where Sam finds him.
Sam talks about how people tell stories about them, and when Dean mentions they're "kinda legendary", Sam says that Asa was too. Dean states that's how it usually goes for hunters, Sam questions it and Dean explains that they're not in the "live till you're 90, die in your sleep" business.
Later, most of the hunters have left and only a handful remain. Bucky begins telling a story about Asa and reveals Jody and Asa had a relationship, when suddenly Mary arrives.
Dean asks where she's been and she tells him she's been using John 's journal to catch up on what she's missed, and that it was something she had to do on her own.
Dean is annoyed, believing she was ignoring his texts and leaves to get some air. Outside, Billie appears, saying she's just finished reaping a soul from inside the house.
Dean runs to the door to find it locked. Billie says the house is on lockdown, so he can't get in and no one inside can hear him.
Dean makes a deal with Billie to get him inside, where he finds out Elvis has been possessed by a demon. They fight, but when Dean starts to exorcise it, the demon snaps Elvis's neck and leaves his body.
The rest of the group joins him and works to trap the demon, but Dean discovers it has possessed Jody and stops Mary from killing her.
The demon gets Bucky to admit to killing Asa as the group, taking turns with the Latin, manages to exorcise it.
Afterward, Bucky explains he and Asa were hunting the demon, Jael. Asa wanted to chase him but didn't have his angel blade, and Bucky when wanted to go back to get it, they fought and Bucky pushed him, accidentally killing him.
Dean accused him of stringing Asa up on the tree to try and frame Jael for his death, which Bucky admitted. The next morning at Asa's hunters funeral, Billie appears to collect on the deal: Mary.
She tells Mary she knows she's all alone - Which Dean argues - and offers to take her back to Heaven. Mary turns down the "offer", but when Sam asks if she's coming home, she tells them she needs just a little more time, and Dean offers to buy her breakfast with all the bacon.
Sam accuses him of taking advantage of her lack of technical skills until Mary plays a high point word against him. Sam asks how she's doing and Dean says she's "dealing," when Cas calls.
Even after that, however, Crowley retained a soft spot for Dean as he would recall their good times and continued to help the Winchesters based on that.
Dean respected all of these attributes, although he found the most solace in her maternal instincts. This was to the point where Jody acted like a parent to Sam and Dean.
Charlie was easily Dean's closest female friend. Almost as soon as they became friends, Dean likened Charlie to be the sister he never had, a feeling that only grew with time.
She was the perfect balance to his fierce nature, which is why their friendship worked so well.Jensen Ackles, Actor: Supernatural. Jensen Ross Ackles, better known as simply Jensen Ackles, was born on March 1, , in Dallas, Texas, to Donna Joan (Shaffer) and actor Alan Ackles. He has English, German, and Scottish ancestry. Jensen grew up in Richardson, Texas, together with his older brother, Joshua, and a younger sister, Mackenzie. Dean Winchester is a human and hunter, formerly a demon, a member of the Men of Letters with his brother Sam and one of the lead protagonists, also a temporary antagonist, in scottcurrie-percussion.com and his brother are members of the Winchester and Campbell families, and Dean is also the destined vessel of the archangel Michael.. He and Sam are also the . Dean goes to a bar in Inside Man and is attacked with a spell by Rowena, who is shocked when he survives, completely unaffected. Dean corners her, and she tells him that he is a bad influence on her son - Crowley. Later, he meets up with Crowley and they have drinks and talk about how they have changed, and what family means. With Larissa Marolt Freund Word of God, Dean and Castiel kill Clipfish Ab 16 but are themselves killed in the subsequent explosion and dragged to Purgatory. Their notoriety does allow the brothers access to a prison they are investigating in 2. Add it to your IMDbPage. Sam returns and Dean briefs him on Cas' news -- the gates of Heaven Bruce Lee Filme Deutsch Komplett still closed, so it can't be an angel, and he and Crowley have teamed up to hunt for Lucifer, who has possessed the "Master of Butt-rock" Vince Vincente.