Warning: You are not logged in. Your IP address will be publicly visible if you make any edits. If you log in or create an account, your edits will be attributed to your username, along with other benefits. Anti-spam check. Do not fill this in!==Personality== Unlike most demons, Cain still possessed a good deal of his humanity and was one of the few demons to show love. He dearly loved his brother Abel, willingly becoming Lucifer's soldier to save him, and personally murdering him so that Abel would get into Heaven. He spent thousands of years doing terrible and brutal things with the Knights. However, he fell in love with a woman named Colette, who loved him even after she found out what he was. Following his love dying because of Abaddon, Cain gave up his life of violence in a promise to her, and buried his head, declaring himself retired. By the time Dean came to him looking for the First Blade, Cain was living an isolated life like a normal man and showed a passion for bees. Initially seeming apathetic and uncaring towards Dean, Cain refused to help, but once Dean proved his strength, Cain agreed to return partially to old ways. However, he was tired of life and what he was going to do, he asked Dean to kill him once Abaddon was dead, showing a death wish. This could also be as he knew killing all those demons would permanently make him fall into the Mark's influence and thus he was warning Dean he would have to be killed and also because he didn't want to kill as many as he did before. Dean himself suggested this to Cain when they fought and though he only stated that with the Mark influencing him, he wanted the First Blade back, he did not actually deny it, further proving how this was also a warning and a desire to be killed before he caused too much harm. [[File:Cain, crying over Colette's corpse 1.PNG|thumb|220x220px|Cain mourning Colette's death.]] Cain also had an interest in Dean Winchester, having, despite being retired, heard a lot about him. He considered Dean to be a lot like him and was impressed to see Dean lived up to his reputation. He eventually agreed he was worthy of taking the Mark of Cain, making him the one to kill Cain. After slaughtering Abaddon's demons, Cain fell back under the Mark's influence, believing that his bloodline was "tainted" and that it was his duty to kill them all. Nevertheless, he did retain his politeness and respect for Dean Winchester. He came to feel he should never have resisted the Mark's influence and that it was inevitable that he and Dean fall to it. He genuinely believed he was doing Dean a favor by killing him so that he would not have to slaughter everyone he loved. However, when Dean defeated him, Cain accepted his fate with dignity, bowing his head and waiting for the fatal blow.<ref name="First Born" /><ref name="Executioner" /> Due to his level of sheer power, Cain seems to be somewhat overconfident as a fighter, though well-deservedly. Even in a devil's trap, Cain is still a powerful opponent, but his level of skill causes him to underestimate his opponents as Dean was able to catch him off-guard by simply cutting off his hand with his own knife when Cain allowed himself to get too close to Dean. Cain was also so over-confident that he walked straight into a devil's trap while chasing an [[Illusion Spell|illusion]] of his target. At least after his retirement, Cain doesn't seem to personally engage opponents or at least fight to kill unless he sees them as worthy of facing him. This is shown with [[Castiel]] who he dismisses as a threat upon their first meeting and leaves alone, though he later admits that this is partially due to the fact that he wants Castiel to bring Dean and the First Blade to him. However, upon their second meeting, Cain doesn't bother doing more than knocking Castiel out even though he could've very easily killed the angel, seeming to not see him as worth his time. This seems to suggest that Cain wasn't entirely without mercy. However, Cain does show a level of respect for enemies who manage to outthink him in battle as seen when Sam and Crowley lure him into a devil's trap. While telling them that the devil's trap can't contain him long, Cain admits that its a clever trick and seems to be genuinely impressed with the move. Upon returning to his old ways, Cain is shown to be somewhat arrogant, believing in his power and superiority as a result. He also believes he is superior due to giving into the Mark of Cain. Cain is more amused than angered when faced with enemies attacking him. After being unaffected by Castiel's [[photokinesis|white light]], Cain didn't display any sign of anger for the attempt on his life and simply knocked Castiel out and moved on. When Sam and Crowley lured him into a devil's trap, Cain was amused by the tactic, saying it wouldn't hold him for long and didn't even try to break it in the time Sam and Crowley had left until Dean arrived to fight him. Rather than trying to free himself, Cain just cleared the devil's trap of the hay covering it and was unconcerned about fighting in a devil's trap. Summary: Please note that all contributions to the Supernatural Wiki are considered to be released under the CC-BY-SA Cancel Editing help (opens in new window) Retrieved from "https://supernatural.fandom.com/wiki/Cain"