I killed my Lucifer. Tore him apart in the skies over Abilene.
Michael talking about his brother
in The Rising Son
Lucifer was an Archangel that existed in the Apocalypse World until his death at the hands of Michael. He was fallen angel and the father/creator of demons.

He was an alternate universe version of Lucifer.

HistoryEdit

Early History Edit

Lucifer was one of the first angels created by God, after his older brother Michael. Lucifer eventually went on to oppose God and was cast into Hell. This event caused God to leave.[1]

The Apocalypse Edit

During the Apocalypse, Lucifer was described as having been "torn apart" in the skies over Abilene by Michael. His death led to Michael becoming the victor of their world.

Season 13 Edit

When Michael discovered another Lucifer who had crossed over from another reality, he informed Lucifer of his counterpart's fate and intended to treat this Lucifer the same way. He easily overpowered him in combat.

While talking with Mary Winchester, Bobby Singer stated that when Lucifer and his demons rose from Hell, the human race believed that the angels were there to save them. However, the angels ended up turning on the human race one by one.

While talking with Sam Winchester, Charlie Bradbury reveals that when Michael and Lucifer began their war, an EMP or something like it went off over North America, frying all technology on the continent.

When Lucifer and Michael fought, they thought God would return and give them answers, why he left, why they'd done, but he didn't return instead.

AppearancesEdit

TriviaEdit

  • This Lucifer shares the opposite fate of the Lucifer from the 2014 apocalyptic reality, in which Lucifer in that reality is the victor.
  • This is the first known version of Lucifer to have died, with the second one being the Lucifer from the main universe.
  • Since Sam Winchester never existed in his world, it's unknown who this Lucifer's true vessel was.
  • He shares the same history as the Main Universe Lucifer up until 1973 when Mary Campbell refused to make a deal with Azazel, the point of divergence in the two universes.

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