Crowley sent his very best.
Castiel describes the demons in his monologue to God.
in The Man Who Would Be King

These three unnamed demons worked as assassins for the King of Hell Crowley.

HistoryEdit

In revenge for Castiel killing Ellsworth and his hunters, Crowley decided to send three assassins to kill the Winchesters and Bobby Singer. The three demons caught the hunters by surprise, one of them taunting Dean that "Crowley says hi." Having been observing the hunters invisibly, the Seraphim Castiel chose to intervene to save his friends. As one of the demons beat on Dean, Castiel grabbed him by the mouth from behind and smote him. After a second flung Bobby through a glass door, Castiel shoved him up against a wall and smote him as well. As the final demon prepared to stomp on Sam's head, Castiel pulled him away and smote him too.

Following the fight, Castiel tells the Winchesters and Bobby of his "belief" that Crowley is still alive. Castiel saving them from the assassins causes the Winchesters and Bobby to start trusting him again until a comment Castiel makes inadvertently reveals his spying upon them.

Castiel later confronts Crowley over sending the demons after the Winchesters and Bobby. Unrepentant, Crowley tells Castiel "you kill my hunters, why can't I kill yours?"

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

These demons appeared to be regular low-level demons with the powers of ones.

WeaknessesEdit

As regular low-level demons, they possessed all the weaknesses of ones.

AppearancesEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Castiel describes these demons as Crowley's "very best."
  • When Castiel smites them, the smiting takes a much shorter time than a usual smiting. Also, the demons don't appear to have their eyes burned out afterwards.
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.