According to Wikipedia, there is a demon in Mesopotamian mythology named Lilith. It's spelled with one L, not two. So, I'm gonna change the name so it has just one L. It's also spelled with one L on the Wikipedia Supernatural page. Kyle Nin 15:33, 25 February 2008 (UTC)
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Okay, so I have some issues with the following stuff under Powers and Abilities:
"Lilith was the oldest and most powerful demon. She out-ranked her fellow white-eyed demons Alastair and Samhain, as well as Azazel, in the hierarchy of Hell. Other demons either feared or revered her for her capabilities. However, when confronted by an archangel, she quickly fled." (My edit.) I know that Azazel vs. Lilith is a hot topic here (and, I assume, the rest of the fandom), but the Kripke statement that she out-ranks Azazel leads me to believe that she is stronger than him, she just didn't have as the opportunity to prove it, so I edited the article according to that interpretation of Word of Kripke. But if it doesn't sit right with you guys, just say the word and I'll edit it to something less flammatory.
"*Demonic Control - As the first of her kind, Lilith can exert a certain amount of control over lesser demons. For example she could take over a previously occupied host, as she was able to force Ruby out of her host and possess it herself, something no other demon has been shown to do." But we know that Lilith and Ruby were working together the whole time, so Lilith wouldn't have neededto force Ruby out of her vessel. Doesn't it make more sense to just assume that Ruby willingly gave up the body for Lilith to use, instead of assume that
"* It is also stated that she was able to flay Nancy, the secretary from the police station, using her telekinetic skills for forty-five minutes before killing her, thus showing great control and precision." Did Henriksen say that she used telekinesis for that or is that just people making stuff up? I don't remember hearing that from the show and I don't really want to look it up right now (I'm pretty much ready to drop dead of exhaustion, ready to hit the sack), so could someone else verify this?
"*Demonic Light -" Okay, so I know everybody assumes that it blows stuff up (which makes sense to me, because of the whole resemblance to an angelic attack) ... but she used it right away in the police station and Henriksen's ghost later said that she tortured everyone inside first for a length of time. Canonically, these things don't mesh. This was the only time this ability was used successfully on someone/something and it didn't even happen on-screen, so we don't actually know what it does. Should we debate what it does and put in our conclusion, or just note that it's ambiguous as to what it does, or...? (Personally, I suspect it might be time manipulation: she could've stretched out the time inside the station to torture people and her doing that and then destroying the building might account for why Sam says the explosion happened "right after we left". She and Samhain could've both been trying to just freeze Sam in place when they tried to use it on him. But that's a mite to speculately to add in.)
I may or may not be able to get back to you immediately (my college exams start next week, so I'm going crazy studying and keeping up with the work), but go ahead and discuss changes if you want, reach a consensus, and either I'll edit accordingly or one of you can. Well wishes, and thank you all in advance! 18.104.22.168 04:24, November 28, 2012 (UTC)
True Ruby could possibly have done this voluntarily but in order to fool the other demons Ruby would probably have to have been expelled and sent to hell, so for believability this may have actually happened. Henrikson doesn't specifically state Lilith used telekinesis. He says "The secretary was first, Nancy, the virgin. Lilith flayed nancy's skin off piece by piece. Made us watch. Nancy never stopped screaming." So though it's not stated she used her powers, it is some what implied as keeping someone alive for 45 mins while flaying them would be difficult plus for a demon it'd probably be easier to do so with telekinesis. And the fact she made multiple people watch implies she was somehow retraining and forcing numberous people at once. But it's up for debate. I guess the whole police station think could be that Lilith teleported her victims away as she destroyed the station and then went away and tortured them and killed them. Good points but I think it's debatable.
General, yes, she does outrank all other demons. What is uncertain (at least according to semantics, as some would point out) is her scale of power/ability against Azazel. Although, personally I believe that is no contest in favor of Lilith. FTWinchester (talk) 00:26, December 2, 2012 (UTC)
Knight of Hell Edit
Ok, Grandaddy Winchester, reffered to the Knights of Hell as the firstborn demons, handpicked by Lucifer...well since Lilith is the very first demon, and she was created by Lucifer, doesn't she fit the discription? Darksusanoo (talk) 13:50, January 31, 2013 (UTC)
I was thinking the same thing when I first heard about it. But seeing as the Archangels were supposed to have killed all of them, with Abbadon being the last of her kind, Liliith may not be one of the Knights. L4D2 Ellis (talk) 18:34, January 31, 2013 (UTC)
There's a good chance nobody knew about Lilith. She'd been buried in Hell for tens of thousand of years. Buried so deep, even Azazel couldn't free her without a Devil's Gate. So I don't think that Archangels supposably killing all of them disqualifies Lilith. KevinTheDestoryer (talk) 21:47, January 31, 2013 (UTC)
Nobody knew about her? She was the reason lucifer was put in his cage, so I think everyone knew about her, especially the archangels.
- Touche, to who ever posted the comment above me. Whether or not Lilith was an actual Knight is not that important, as she could easily have been a class of her own. It is true, though, that all the descriptions fit her first and foremost, among all other demons. FTWinchester (talk) 22:27, January 31, 2013 (UTC)
- I agree, but I doubt she was one, as Lilith was a white eyed demon, while the Knights of Hell have black eyes. Plus considering they were denouced as "hitmen" it can be taken that they are literally like actual knights, elite soldiers, but not the ruling castel. Plus Lilith was a lot more powerful than than Abaddon. And from the way they were discribing it, theres a good chance that there were more demons created after that point, Lilith was the first demon, but that doesn't mean she was the only one Lucifer personally made, he could presumably have made more before he was chucked in the cage. General MGD 109 (talk) 20:20, February 1, 2013 (UTC)
- That's what the Knights of Hell are: the firstborn, made by Lucifer himself... and being described as hitmen is more of a job discription, rather than a race classification...too bad they didn't give Abbadon white eyes instead of black ones, that would have been an excelent tie-in in regards to demon classification. Darksusanoo (talk) 08:35, February 2, 2013 (UTC)
- Actually, the term used was 'handpicked' by Lucifer. Abaddon having black-eyes may simply be because she was favored by Lucifer somehow and was given additional powers. Perhaps the eye color suggests innate strength, but not the actual level of power. Take Crowley for example, he still has red eyes because that is how he started but he is far more powerful now. FTWinchester (talk) 14:56, February 2, 2013 (UTC)
- I don't think Crowley's all that more powerful. He still isn't resistant to holy water and tries to avoid Ruby's knife whenever possible. L4D2 Ellis (talk) 17:48, February 2, 2013 (UTC)
- Same. I still don't think he got an increase in power since becoming King of Hell. I still think he only got that position by being the last most powerful demon left.L4D2 Ellis (talk) 18:35, February 2, 2013 (UTC)
- I agree, he's mearly a mid level buracrat whose grabbed power, because the winchesters have killed all his superiors, although I have to wonder what happened to Samhain. General MGD 109 (talk) 19:00, February 2, 2013 (UTC)
- Yes back to hell, and he's obviously stronger than Crowley, and Crowley took over hell... I think you can see where I'm going with this. General MGD 109 (talk) 19:22, February 2, 2013 (UTC)
- In which you forgot that Samhain was a special demon, so when he was exorcised, he more than likely was sent back to where he originally was. L4D2 Ellis (talk) 19:56, February 2, 2013 (UTC)
- The bottom of the pit, so he couldn't get out again, arh I'm with you General MGD 109 (talk) 20:24, February 2, 2013 (UTC)
- :To me when Harry used the words "firstborn", "handpicked" and "Lucifer" in the same sentence kinda implies a lot that Luci was the one who personally made the Knights...he did make Lilith, he rebeled, he made the first demon army to fight against the Heavens when God commanded Michael to cast him down...it would explain why the arcangels would even bother with killing demons, since apparently, the normal angels can't...too bad we couldn't see Cas going up against Abbadon. Darksusanoo (talk) 01:50, February 3, 2013 (UTC)
- Personally, I think he, Henry Winchester, at the mention of the Knights of Hell, to me, implicated Demons such as Lilith, Alastair, and Azazel. -- ImperiexSeed, 2:09 PM, March 5th 2013
- I think by now it's already known, but Lilith almost certainly isn't a knight as she was made before Cain, and Cain was the first knight. Of course there's a chance Lilith was made a knight afterwords, I find it very unlikely. 22.214.171.124 06:58, August 23, 2014 (UTC)
LILITH > AZAZELEdit
Ok, i know that with the majority of demons strength and rank don't necessarily go together but when sam describes the knights of hell he states that they are "very pure, very strong" implying that the purer the demon the stronger the demon, hence the knights being so strong. So by that logic cant it be assumed that lilith is both stronger and of higher rank than Azazel because kripke stated she was of higher rank and if we assume purity = strength then lilith should be the strongest demon as she is the first demon and the purist.
Maybe, but its still amost entirely speculation, the expression "Very pure, very strong" could equaly be interpreded as two different points, its made clear that one links to the other. Also we have to ask the question what exactly pureity means? its entirely speculation to say it one way or the other. General MGD 109 (talk) 18:55, February 10, 2013 (UTC)
I see what you mean. Presumably purity refers to their age and how much of a say lucifer had in creating them, so again lilith would be purer as the first demon. And while they could be two seperate points, the context in which they're stated implies otherwise.
Just had a thought. Can anyone explain to me how lilith killed her host's grandmother in "no rest for the wicked"? cause the body has no blood on it and the body's neck isnt broken and the only thing notacble about it is it's covered in flies. So if she didnt use super strength or telekinesis how the hell did she kill the old lady. biokinesis? any thoughts?
you don't need biokinesis to kill without leaving blood or snapping a neck (also how do you know sher neck wasn't snapped?) simple strangulation woyuld do it. General MGD 109 (talk) 21:09, February 11, 2013 (UTC)
sorry i looked again theres blood on her nose and a puddle of it next to her but theres no blood on her actual body (torso, neck ect) its weird. cause her neck isnt twisted and is in perfect corolation with her shoulders. im not saying its biokinesis im just confused to how she did it.
Not sure, possibly boke her nose and fractured her skull, then knowing Lilith I'm sure she has hundreds of inventive any highly painful ways to kill. General MGD 109 (talk) 21:48, February 11, 2013 (UTC)
Does it even matter? Strangulation (as General MGD 109 suggested), Biokinesis, or Hell, she could've blown apart the victim's mind Telepathically. I, personally, think she used Biokinesis to kill the woman, but that's my opinion. There are soo many options - should could've wrecked the woman's kidneys, causing an instant, excruciating death, she couldv'e ruptured the woman's brain. In any case,, unfortunately, she's dead. -- ImperiexSeed, 5:05 PM, February 11th 2013
hmm oh well i was just curious. thanks for the suggestions.
Hells Hirearchy Edit
I was thinking, Lilith and Alastair seem to be arch commanders, Alastair the supreme Torturer, above all others, probably one of the first along with Lilith who is the very first and in general arch commander, possibly, not sure when samhain was made but I no longer think him between white and black due to Abaddon and possibly other knights being very strong black eyed, so like Azazel, his eyes are just unique.
I'm now thinking that Azazel was the Knight of Hell commander, Abaddon being his 'hired gun', and his awareness of the angels, which is why he is not a white eyed demon, but created as a special elite demon, possibly almost tying in power to lilith, or created by lucifer to be the ruling demon since lilth was a prototype Azazel was the intended king, incase he (lucifer) was absent, Lilth being still high in Command but mostly used as his last seal, I don't think Azazel was meant to die when he did.
Azazel seemed to have met Lucifer based on his brief conversation with him, but I knowthis is all over the place changing topic, but I noticed the way Abaddon was highly resistant if not immune to the knife, which even suprised Henry, the only other demon shown to withstand it being Alastair, with Samhain being harmed by it aswell.
Can anyone level with anything i'm coming up with here? Azazel certainly seemed to command the demonic army like a general or knight chief would do.
- Allow me. I'll simplify it for you. Of the demons you mentioned, the scale is as follows: Azazel > Lilith > Alastair > Abaddon > Samhain. Azazel was indited by Lucifer, to be the Superintendent. While, Lilith was the Queen of the Pit. -- ImperiexSeed, 6:55 PM, February 12th 2013
- Everybody just really chooses Azazel and brushes off what Kripke has to say about the hierarchy of hell, eh? FTWinchester (talk) 02:42, February 13, 2013 (UTC)
- I have to agree with that sentiment, FTWinchester. Unfortunately, not only what Kripke has to say is ignorred by nearly everybody on this wiki, but characters in the series as well, Death's statement he will reap God in the end, being the most prominent. 126.96.36.199 02:54, February 13, 2013 (UTC)
- I've noticed that as well. I did read on another talk page or something like that on this wiki between General Mod, ImperiexSeed and other users with an almost collective agreement that Azazel is more powerful. L4D2 Ellis (talk) 03:19, February 13, 2013 (UTC)
- I personally think that Lilith is stronger than Azazel but i think Azazel led the army because he is the only demon who could design the master plan and ultimately was the only one who new what would happen next. When he died as casey put it the plan "fell apart" until lilith was able to finish the plan by breaking the seals. Azazels connection to lucifer was probably why he was so highly respected and ranked. Kripke's word is law. I think its Azazels cunning and vision which made him of great rank in hell not because he was the strongest
- AND that's because Azazel, on-screen, was more "flashy", and more evident, with his powers demonstrations. I've heard people say Kripke, the Creator, said Lilith's like the highest you get, and then you divulge into Lucifer (Archangel) territory. But before I even consider that, I'd appreciate a link, as evident proof. -- ImperiexSeed, 1:16 PM, February 13th 2013
- I posted it months ago on the talk page of Azazel. Anyway, with that thinking, Lucifer was also more, to use your word, "flashy" than Michael ever was throughout the series. Hell, even Gabriel was "flashy" too. Does that make them more powerful than Michael? FTWinchester (talk) 18:27, February 13, 2013 (UTC)
- Hold up there, cowboy. That's true, Lucifer was more "flashy" (as was Gabriel) with his powers demonstrations (like Azazel was, opposed to fellow Demon, Lilith), but let's not forget it was said in verse that Michael was stronger than Lucifer; there are many - upon many - of sources that act as an evidenced of this. I'll give you one. Sympathy for the Devil, season 5; episode 1. It's said that Michael kicked Lucifer out of Heaven. No where in canon has it been proven with Azazel and Lilith. -- ImperiexSeed, 1:44 PM, February 13th 2013
- In all fairness, I haven't seen anyone state anywhere on this wiki that Azazel's the stronger, appart from talk pages and blogs, which aren't taken as wiki information any way. Truthfully I'm for Azazel, I mean all we have for Lilith is she's the oldest, she has the higher rank, and she has white light.
- To that I say rank doesn't always reflect power, Guy had Jackson working for him, and Jackson was clearly the more powerful demon, likewise Meg acted sebsevial to Tom, but meg was the stronger of the two. Age doesn't always reflect power also, Crowleys only just over three hundred and is already a higher demon (even before he became king of hell) while ruby was over seven hundred, and she was still a lower-tier blacked eyed demon, and admitadly white light is impressive, but Samhain had that, so its not that unique. Not try to start a debate, just stating don't be to closed minded to the possibility, and I'll try not to be so closed minded to the alternative. General MGD 109 (talk) 20:57, February 13, 2013 (UTC)
- Demonic entities possessing "Demon-ray gun-stuff" (White Light, in other words): Lilith and Smahain (and presumably, Alastair) Well, according to some users, Kripke, Creator of Supernatural, said that Lilith is of the highest hierarchy, and you don't get higher than her until you reach Lucifer (Archangel) territory. But, I'm not going to take the users word, simply - no, I need evidence. There's a major difference between "Azazel vs. Lilith", and "Lucifer vs. Michael." NOWHERE in canon has anybody said Lilith is stronger, nor has it been proven - yet while he's displayed feats of great power. On the other, Lucifer has displayed more vibrant power demonstration, but Michael is said to be stronger. -- ImperiexSeed, 4:29 PM, February 13th 2013
- Ahem. http://eclipsemagazine.com/hollywood-insider/5639/ --188.8.131.52 23:53, February 13, 2013 (UTC)
- Huh. Guess I was wrong - Lilith is stronger than Azazel. Wow - just wow. Now that I, ImperiexSeed, have read, and now, accepted that, I will formally address to all users: Lilith is stronger than Azazel is. I clip out the snippet, to narrow down the conversion. Eric Kripke: "Lilith is higher than Azazel, Yellow-Eyes. She’s a pretty high echelon demon, you don’t get much higher than her until you start digging into Lucifer territory." -- ImperiexSeed, 7:10 PM, February 13th 2013
- To be fair, you can't just base the idea that Lilith isnt stronger just because no one ever said it. Plus what evidence is there that Azazel is stronger? A: yes he displayed more abilities but he has more screen time. plus Crowley has displayed more abilities than any demon and i dont think anyone would say hes the strongest demon to appear. B: Azazel would obviously lead hells army as he designed the master plan. that doesnt make him the strongest, it just makes him intelligent. C: Azazel's not displayed a lot of unique abilities with the exception of dream walking. So really i dont think anything implies hes stronger than Alastair. And for all the immunity comments, azazel is vunerable to iron while alastair is immune to iron. so its kind of odd anyway. kripke's word is law.
- HOLD EVERYTHING, NOTHING'S BEEN PROVEN! before you start bragging, where exactly in that artical does it state Lilith's stronger? All it states is she ranks higher, I already knew and excepted that, its states she's "higher" not stronger or more powerful "higher" as in ranks higher, as she is the first demon. It doesn't prove that she is anyway stronger, as I've already stated RANK And STRENGTH don't always go together, do I need to go through my long list again? And for the record Alastair was still imprisoned by iron, so his immunties are still lower than Azazel. General MGD 109 (talk) 18:44, February 15, 2013 (UTC)
- Yes, that article only noted the fact that she's of higher rank, and therefore, authority. But, let us look at the facts more closely. Lilith is a seal, being the ONLY demon to actually stand for a seal. She's also the Alpha demon - she's the first demonic entity created. Now, I use the term "Alpha" loosely, seeing as she's not the creator of demons. I used to think Azazel was stronger than Lilith, which I variably only going off what's been done on-screen, a preference of mine. Nothing else is really needed, except for a on-screen exemplification, for a defense about something over what's what in Supernatural. In spite of that there, I think I'm re-directly my characterization of Lilith. At this point, I think she's stronger, though she wasn't so "flashy" with her powers and abilities. -- ImperiexSeed, 3:32 PM, February 15th 2013
- Okay, if you've had a change of heart I except that (I don't exactly get why, or what your arguing) by I understand, and I except it is a possibility, but my point is its still not proof, so stating anything else is speculation, thus it has no place on this page. General MGD 109 (talk) 21:02, February 15, 2013 (UTC)
- for the record. Alastair wasnt imprisoned by iron, the second the devils trap broke he freed himself fromit so actually his immunity to iron was higher than azazels who couldnt cross it until the army of demons broke the iron lines. further more implying Azazel is stronger is also speculation as there is nothing to suggest otherwise. the mere fact lilith is the first demon suggests she is stronger.
- Really? I don't rember that, but I'll give you the benifit of the doubt. Still he wasn't immune to salt or holy water, so I still think Azazel's winning. I've got to ask why do you think Alastair stronger? Sure with lilith there's a lot grey areas, but Alastair? Appart from his great strength and durability (which is very difficult to compare as angels hadn't been introduced by this point) what great feat of power did he ever show? And it does suggest it, but it isn't proof. General MGD 109 (talk) 22:09, February 15, 2013 (UTC)
- true he wasnt immune to salt or holy water but to be fair he had it injected into his veins and Azazel was knocked of his feet and briefly stunned by rock salt. i just think alastair displayed equally as much strength and durability as Azazel. i mean for a demon who had basically no authority, all other demons are terrified of him and azazel's omens were pretty normal (cattle deaths, electrical storms ect like other demons) where as alastair caused statues to literally weep blood something no other demon does.
- Well as for the holy water, sure it wasn't injected into him, but also reacted when it was spashed in his face, which Azazel didn't. Plus I took the salt, as simply demons don't increase there hosts durability, and any shotgun blast at that range will knock a man down, and as he didn't react in pain, I took the stunning as mear suprise. I sort of agree with you, but don't forget Alastair was hells grant torturers, and considering suffering is all hell is for, thats got to be a high possition, he was hardly some no name demon lacky. Plus I think Azazel's omens were more impressive, Alastairs were more erie. General MGD 109 (talk) 22:35, February 15, 2013 (UTC)
- thats true, i just think Azazel's were more common. Besides tammi was also immune to iron and id think she was weaker than azazel and alastair so im not sure immunity is linked to strength anyway.
- Well okay, though Tammi is the strongest non special black eyed demon we've seen, and we don't know if she's immune to iron or mearly resilent enough that she can touch it without it causing her noticable pain. And I think they are, as only the strongest demons are immune. General MGD 109 (talk) 22:44, February 15, 2013 (UTC)
- Guys, guys. Settle down, please. Alastair was not immune to Holy Water or Iron, he was resistant and resilient to them. There's a difference between being invulnerable, or immune, to something and being highly resilient to it. For the Wiki, Azazel's always been revered as either above OR directly under Lilith, but so could assume the basis, that it's mere speculation. His stature, his abilities, his character - they just seem, they give him this sort of charisma that defines his powers. To say he was more impressive showoff-ish than Alastair, wouldn't be that off the mark. To me, Azazel is definitely stronger than Alastair, but to some users, supposedly, he could be weaker. Azazel manipulated fire. Could Alastair do that? Maybe (though, he never PROVED it, so....) Seeing as he's the Grand torturer of Hell--a literal "fiery Pit", as Death calls it--and being that he's an inferno being, I'd say it's highly likely that he can "use" fire, and bend it to his will. But, all demons are inferno beings, and seemingly, not all of them can manipulate fire. He did hold Reapers down--Tessa with one arm--, and beat the crap out of a Celestial being, Castiel. It begs the question, then, why didn't Lucifer entrust the Master Plan to, uh, Alastair, a Demon of phenomenal, raw power? He can overpower Angels, is basically resilient to every demon affability - so, why didn't Lucifer commend him as the bearer of the Master Plan? He must've saw something in Azazel not in Alastair. -- ImperiexSeed, 5:40 PM, February 15th 2013
- oh im not disputing that Azazel wasnt far more cunning and a greater visionary than alastair or that Azazel isnt very powerful. im just saying we cant say for sure that alastair is definately weaker than azazel if we're saying that rank and strength dont go together. im just saying that its implied lilith is stronger but not confirmed. personally if we just stopped implying one or the other is stronger then we could just drop the debate cause none of us is going to convince or prove the other wrong, right?
- my pleasure :)
I'm curious, what's the dealo?? What's this "revising war" about, hm? -- ImperiexSeed, 4:20 PM, February 18th 2013
Well it was really a revising war, as a no point did we rewrite the page, it started off debating which demon was stronger, first Azazel and lilith, then switched to alastair and azazel. General MGD 109 (talk) 21:36, February 18, 2013 (UTC)
- I'd consider that an "edit war." Well, if Lilith holds more authority than Azazel, she could very well BE stronger than Azazel. While, I used to think Azazel was stronger than Lilith, but after visually--with my own eyes--seeing Eric Kripke, the Creator of the show, document that Lilith held more authority than Azazel, made me think - if Lilith held more authority, and Azazel were stronger, (and seeing as power CAN buy authority) why'd he not strip her of her authority, UNLESS she was stronger, too. READ my comment about this - let's see....- 6 comments ago. -- ImperiexSeed, 4:43 PM, February 18th 2013
- Well, at the point Azazel was running the show, Lilith was trapped at the very bottom of the pit, so stripping her of her authority would be next to pointless, as she couldn't do anything down there. By the time she's free, Azazels dead, so he can hardly do anything. Plus I would like to point out its heavily implied Azazel didn't recognise Liliths authority, or atleast thought she was below him, the evidence is clear in the fact he refered to the demons he was realsing (including Lilith) as "My Army" and that Lilith didn't come into his Hieracy (as stated in "Sin City") plus after his death Lilith had to conqure the other demons. Does that answer your questions? General MGD 109 (talk) 23:17, February 18, 2013 (UTC)
- I would first like to say, I don't doubt Azazel's power in Supernatural, but it's very Creator, Eric Kripke, said at the very least, Lilith's ranking and stature was higher than even Azazel's, and therefore, the rest of the demon army. Conquer - well, she did so quite easily. Remember, Lilith was trapped deep, deep in the Pit, probably in the Seventh circle, close to Lucifer's very location - the Eight circle. It's understandable that Lilith had a hard time just escaping. In theory, what would've happened if Azazel had of been banished to, basically, the cavity of Hell? Being able to freely transverse from Hell, maybe he could've easily left - or, maybe not. We'll never know for sure. Lilith's very location likely rubbed against Lucifer cage, that's how how far she was imprisoned. -- ImperiexSeed, 6:32 PM, February 18th 2013
- To be fair, Azazel's comment about his "army" is irrelavant as the army of demons was insignificant to the plan. The only reason the demons were freed was so Lilith could escape and break the seals. Azazel even proves this as when he talks with dean he says "my end game is a whole lot bigger" than gathering an army of demons. Also lilith didnt need to conquer anyone as sam was her "competition" but saying that this was coming from demons who had no idea what the next stage of the master plan was. Casey thought sam was supposed to lead them but didnt know why or how. the sins thought the same. Only lilith new that freeing lucifer was the end game and therefore its likely there wasnt a crown to fight for as demons thought the plan was over until lilith put it back on track/
- I read some of the whole debate between the power levels of Lilith, Alistair and Azazel. It was mentioned that Alistair was not immune to Holy Water and Iron. Keep in mind, he was in a Devil's Trap made by angels. That likely weaked him enough so he couldn't resist it's effects. I have no doubt in my mind that if he were free, throwing Holy Water on him would do nothing. For one thing, I doubt the powers of Holy Water are as strong as the actual smiting powers of an angel, of which Alistair was completely immune to. L4D2 Ellis (talk) 03:57, March 27, 2013 (UTC)
Remove Biokinesis Edit
I think we should remove all mention of lilith having Biokinesis and the whole flaying the people at the police station, sure Haden said she did, but don't forget he was a ghost by this point, and ghosts on the show, have been shown to have very scewered (and sometimes completely fictional) views and memories (examples being: Roadkill, House of the Holy, Of Grave Importance etc) so it seems that all the conflict can simply be attributed to that. As the scene in the episode makes it clear this didn't happen, some people have said that she could have teleported them out of there, but thats impossible, if you don't belive me watch the clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GxkdLF1PxU. You clearly see her blasting them with White light, theres no way they could have survived that, so it can be taken that never really happened, so it shouldn't be included. General MGD 109 (talk) 19:23, February 27, 2013 (UTC)
She could have teleported them out or ordered her demons to do so. Why would Henrikson lie? He's not a demon. and in Roadkill she was having memories and in house of the holy he believed he was an angel after his death. I very much doubt Henrikson would have come up with something so graphically horrible. Lilith could easily have transported them and blown up the station to avoid attraction ( in the sense that no one would go looking for her victims). I also doubt lilith would have been so kind as to allow them all a quick death.
No she couldn't, if you actually watch the clip I supplied, theres no time for that to occur, as demons can only teleport a person if they touching them, and in the scene there are no demons anywhere near any of them. And Henrikson wasn't lying, he probably belived it to be true, but the point is ghosts can have very scewered views, nor can there memoreis be reliable, for instance in Roadkill she had no idea that five years had passed, and in other stories, ghosts are basically angry, and that anger consumes them, thats why they turn violent, and by the end the end up beliving in that anger. Besides isn't it speculation to say something happened, when the on screen evidence proves it didn't? General MGD 109 (talk) 23:36, March 1, 2013 (UTC)
She could have used two powers at once and crowley has demonstrated that you dont have to touch someone two teleport them and lilith is his superior. So nothing on screen proves it didn't happen.
- The term, 'flay', simply mean, to peal. So here - in the context of this dialogue - it's saying she pealed Nancy's skin "piece by piece, for fortytwo minutes." That sounds like Telekinesis to me. -- ImperiexSeed, 2:40 PM, March 3rd 2013
- Well then shouldn't it be mentioned under telekinesis. But I think Henrikson states Lilith "flayed" Nancy's skin off, not peeled.
- -Facepalm- Dude, the word 'flay' means to peal off - that's its definition. So, essentially, he did say pealed off. Well, yeah - it should mentioned under the Power and Abilities section in Telekinesis. -- ImperiexSeed, 3:06 PM, March 3rd 2013
- just like to say no other witness have lied or shown good reason to lie about how they died. Meg Masters was fairly accurate in her narrative despite all her ordeal. How is applying telekinesis to peel off skin any different from telekinesis targeted at internal organs?
- Um, I'm sorry, but I don't understand what you're trying to say. Applying Telekinesis to peal off skin is no different from Telekinetically targeting someone's internal organs. But, it's NOT Biokinesis. -- ImperiexSeed, 7:51 PM, March 4th 2013
- how certain are you that meg or azazel's 'biokinesis' isn't just merely telekinetically crushing or slicing at internal organs instead of labeling it as biokinesis? The mechanism or procedure of their display of power was never explained so there is a possibility that causing internal injury is just telekinesis. There is basically no difference between telekinetically peeling off skin from telekinetically attacking internal organs.
- I see your point, and I firmly agree with your, "There is basically no difference between telekinetically peeling off skin from telekinetically attacking internal organs." But, when specifically harming someone's organs, like kidneys or intenstines, that could successfully be counted as "Biokinesis." -- ImperiexSeed, 1:37 PM, March 5th 2013
- The largest organ of the human body is the skin.
- Yes. So.... -- ImperiexSeed, 2:11 PM, March 5th 2013
- Then under the definition of 'biokinesis' you just gave me, Lilith has biokinesis, as evidenced by her flaying of Nancy's skin.
- No. The skin is an overall, generalized, organ not a specific one. She flayed Nancy's flesh via Telekinesis. -- ImperiexSeed, 2:25 PM, March 5th 2013
- Even a gradeschooler's science book states that the skin is an organ. Anatomy, Physiology and medical books all say the skin is an organ. Every group of tissues working together for a common purpose is an organ. What do you even mean by a 'specific' or 'general' organ? No such classification exist.
- i. the skin is an organ
- ii. as per your definition, telekinesis targetted at any organ is 'biokinesis'
- iii. lilith has flayed off Nancy's skin
- Therefore, Lilith has biokinesis.
- We either list Lilith as having biokinesis, or we drop all telekinesis on organs as under 'biokinesis', and only consider actual morphologic and physiologic change such as Eve's monster creation from humans. Your call.
- Ha ha. Biokinesis boarders more on the lines of one's physiology and chemical make-up--how an organism is fabricated. Moreover, here, when the term 'flayed' is used, all it's saying, is she pealed the skin off Nancy's skeleton. That's the work of Telekinesis, not Biokinesis. While, Biokinesis is an extension of Telekinesis, they're not the same ability. -- ImperiexSeed, March 5th 2013
- You basically just contradicted what you said earlier.
- No, I don't believe I did. Biokinesis is the manipulation of something's body/form, basically. I think this thread is done, for I'm not going to keep repeating myself to you. And, if you still don't understand, I'd recommend you re-read this, and sift through it for key pointers. -- ImperiexSeed, March 5th 2013
- Yes, it's done. Because apparently, that's all that happens. When your arguments are logic'd you throw around your weight and say that it is finished--you just won't accept that your arguments are faulty.
- You won't accept Lilith's flaying off the skin as biokinesis, yet you are very much cool with Meg and Azazel's demonstration of 'biokinesis', which could simply just be telekinesis applied on internal organs. You argue that the skin is not an organ, I tell you the skin is an organ, and then you come up with some weird off-tangent explanation, including 'physiology and chemical make-up' , not only deviating from your original definition on biokinesis, but also going nowhere near explaining why two applications of telekinesis on the human body have different relation to biokinesis.
- Uh....no, I say it's finished when it's finished--not to sway away from any argument at hand--this argument here is, what, like 19-20 long. What a drawl. Yes, I admit, sometimes--but very rarely--I'm wrong, but here I'm not. Biokinesis is when the body/form/construct is manipulated just as Telekinesis is the manipulation of something's trajectory/movement. That's the best, and simplest, way in the world I can describe it to you. -- ImperiexSeed, March 5th 2013
- The skin is a part of the body. So even in your new phrasing, what Lilith showed is still covered. If you really think that is not the case, then so should Meg and Azazel's ability to make people 'cough up blood' be removed.
On Biokinesis Edit
This is my qualm about biokinesis. Some contributors here have double standards and contradict their own definition/description. Frankly, the only biokinesis I consider are Eve's and Pestilence as they are the only true demonstration of abilities that actually modifies the natural anatomy and physiology of the human body instead of just damaging it. However, you folks define biokinesis here as "Biokinesis is the direct ability to manipulate/control organs, blood, and thus the entire human body, however it's not Mind Control. Basically, it is a more defined use of Telekinesis."
Now let me put this vis-a-vis Lilith's capability. She flayed the skin of Nancy most likely through Telekinesis. Going back to the definition,
- i. "...ability to manipulate/control ORGANS..."
- ii. "...more defined use of Telekinesis..."
Now could someone please tell me logically how those two assumptions provided in the definition disqualify Lilith as having biokinesis when she flayed the skin (i), through telekinesis (ii)? Hint: It doesn't.
Now let us take into account other forms of biokinesis that some people find more acceptable:
Meg and Azazel's capability to make people cough up blood. Now this was never explained clearly but coughing blood would usually dictate that there is injury in the internal organs. Note however, that this is also most likely achieved through telekinesis (as stated in ii). The only difference is that the target is internal. However, in this case and in Lilith's case, both use telekinesis (ii) and both target organs (i).
So if you really think Lilith is disqualified, then effin change your definition because it would be impossible to exclude Lilith's case from your given definition (and thus also disqualify similar cases). Also consider that any injury in the body actually causes changes in the body response in the cellular level, but if that's not what you want biokinesis to mean, and you mean instead for a person to grow a second set of fangs to become a vampire, then you still need to change the effin definition. 184.108.40.206 17:23, March 6, 2013 (UTC)
- Hey! Don't take an attitude with me! ....I, in my own right, deserve respect.... Someone 'flaying' someone's skin off with their mind will never count as Biokinesis on the Supernatural wiki. Is that clear?! If not, re-read this till it is! You've officially ticked me off. I've been patient with you for about 19-20 posts - which, I'd say, is an impressive and notable achievement for me....having been that patient and negotiable with you. Biokinesis is when someone, mentally, controls an being's organ(s). Nice day to you, uh, ma'dam. -- ImperiexSeed, 12:47 PM, March 6th 2013
- What part of 'the skin is an organ ' do you not understand? You just proved yet again that when you can't tackle things logically you just whine about hurt you are and how much effort it took you to be patient and start dropping names like 'dimwit'. Look here, I am working with how you define biokinesis, and I have stated my point in a logical manner and even highlighted how you contradict your own definition. If I remember correctly, if there is even just one different opinion on the matter, no consensus is reached. Well I am that one voice that does not agree that Lilith does not have biokinesis. But no, you don't care. You can't even accept that what I am saying is completely logical given your definition of biokinesis. What a fucking close-minded oligarchy this is. 220.127.116.11 18:56, March 6, 2013 (UTC)
- No, you're that "once voice" that's not making any sense. That doesn't give you the right to write anything you please on Lilith's content page. It has to be factually, and your stance is anything but logical. And, for the last time, the definition of Biokinesis is: "when someone, mentally, controls an being's organ(s)." -- ImperiexSeed, 2:04 PM, March 6th 2013
THE SKIN IS A FUCKING ORGAN. READ THE FUCKING LINKS.
- I see no control over an organ there. Yes, skin is an organ, but she simply pealed it off, so it's not Biokinesis. -- Imperiexseed,, 2:09 PM, March 6th 2013
- Oh sure, cause you exactly knew how Meg controlled those internal organs. Because there is absolutely no evidence at all that she also just tore some veins apart, she actually enlarged the veins or she created aneurysms or heck, maybe she even switched the veins with the arteries!! Or maybe she just drew blood out of the veins? Guess what, the blood is also an organ, and drawing it out is practically the same thing as peeling the skin off. Peeling off the skin with your mind actually means you can control it--you can break its natural state and form. The mere fact that one could remove an organ means they have control over it, even if that is the only thing they can do. How the fuck would you be able to peel off the skin if you can't control it? And could you please spell 'peel' properly.
- And can you put a "?" at the end of your question? :P By that standard, I guess I'll condone the fact that Lilith possesses Biokinesis. Discussion formally ended! -- ImperiexSeed, 2:23 PM, March 6th 2013
- Thank you very much, sir.
As it is taken that to kill the police crew in the way Henricks described Lilith would have had to teleport them all away (or else it didn't happen, and Henricks simply had scewered views of the events being a vengenful ghost), at the exact moment she destroyed the building with her white light attack. As she was nowhere near any of them, wouldn't that count as apporting rather than teleporting? General MGD 109 (talk) 23:54, May 24, 2013 (UTC)
Yes, that's a good point. It would.
The quote in this page doesn't sound interesting or intimidating. I think we need to change it.
We have the following choices:
- "This demon, Lilith, is trying to break the 66 seals to free Lucifer from hell." - Anna Milton (4.09)
- "There are about 600 possible seals and Lilith only has to break 66 of them, and no one knows which she's gonna break. That's why it's nearly impossible to stop her. And that's why the angels are losing. That's why we're all gonna die." - Anna Milton (4.09)
- "Look, Lilith is one scary bitch. When I was in the Pit, there was talk. She's cooking up something big--apocalyptic big." - Ruby (4.09)
- "Lilith is not behind this. She wouldn't kill seven angels. Oh, she'd kill a hundred, a thousand." - Alastair (4.16)
- "Dude, we are a long way from ready for a face-to-face death match with Lilith." - Dean (4.18)
I personally like the middle three. I think the third one summarizes her and her role in the story best, but the second one sounds the most intimidating even if it doesn't tell us much about Lilith herself (maybe if it doesn't fit here it should go on the Season 4 page or the Apocalypse) and the fourth one captures her vicious side but sounds like more of a quote for her personality or power section than an introductory quote. What do y'all think?--NaiflidG (talk) 13:55, June 30, 2013 (UTC)
But in the QUOTE section, aren't we supposed to add a quote said by the person itself? All the above are describing her, but none are from her.RaghavD Taking the ROAD less travelled 14:34, June 30, 2013 (UTC)
I don't think we're talking about these for a quote section, just as the quote for the top of the page (to replace the "Silly goose, you wanna bargain" thing).--NaiflidG (talk) 14:45, June 30, 2013 (UTC)
I was talking about the same thing. The quote(s) on the top of the page are usually said the person themselves with the exception of the God page because he hasn't appeared on the show yet. btw I got this one too.
Lilith to Sam: You turned yourself... into a freak! A monster. And now, you're not gonna bite! I'm sorry, but that is honestly adorable! RaghavD Taking the ROAD less travelled 15:50, June 30, 2013 (UTC)
Lilith had very few appearances and even fewer lines about herself, and waaay fewer lines about herself that depicts her as the first and highest ranking demon. She was mostly working behind the scenes, which is why I opted to pick out quotes about her instead of something she said about herself. FTWinchester (talk) 19:06, June 30, 2013 (UTC)
I have to agree, I looked over all her lines, and none of them really seem appropriate, I personally think your second suggestion is probably are best bet. General MGD 109 (talk) 19:34, June 30, 2013 (UTC)
Lilith said something about "Don't be afraid. We're going to save the world" in Lucifer Rising. I dunno if that counts. 18.104.22.168 20:09, June 30, 2013 (UTC)
As you've already done it, I surpose theres no point in arguing its no trouble, my point was simply I didn't mind who did it, just as long as we got a better quote on this page. General MGD 109 (talk) 21:05, June 30, 2013 (UTC)
Rising Son Info Edit
Until somebody can provide proof one way or another, might I suggest taking the Rising Son part out of the History and giving it its own section near the bottom of Lilith's page? That way it's still noted, but the separation shows that the show canon and comic books "canon" aren't necessarily one in the same. Or we could create separate pages for the comic book versions and put the information on comic book Lilith's page, but I'm not sure we have enough information from the comics to do that...--NaiflidG (talk) 03:46, August 10, 2013 (UTC)
Okay, so what would you guys like to do? Personally, I vote for the separate section within the page itself, because if we made a whole new page just for the comic version of Lilith, it'd feel out-of-place to me. Unless we made pages for all the other comic book versions of the characters, but I'm not sure how many users here have the comic books (I know I don't, though I can try to get my hands on some) and it might be too demanding of the users who do--I say that because I'd only feel comfortable with making these theoretical new pages if they had lots of details specific to the comics to justify their existence as separate pages. Does that make sense?--NaiflidG (talk) 19:14, August 12, 2013 (UTC)
I think we could vote on whether MixedCanon template option or separate section option is the better choice after we have made consensus on whether the Rising Son info is indeed non-canon. It's been two days, if anybody had links on the status of the comic as canon, we should have it by now. I suggest that if by tomorrow, we still don't have anyone to prove the comic's canonicity, then we decide on which of the two options is better. Thoughts? FTWinchester (talk) 01:45, August 13, 2013 (UTC)
That's the same exact source I've read a few years back. Personally, if the canonicity of a literature is subjective, I don't think it's credible. It's just my opinion, but that's the thing--we all have different interpretations on whether it should be canon or canon. Kripke lets us decide, but he does not give the final decision that the novels/comics are canon, hence me thinking they are not. FTWinchester (talk) 01:43, August 14, 2013 (UTC)
How exactly could Lilith have left the little girls body normally and the mother wouldn't have noticed. The only way demons have entered or exited a host on screen is by black smoke flying out of the hosts mouth. If Lilith left by that same method then the mother must be blind because it is very unlikely that she would be sleeping due to the demon possessed daughter hugging her. Plus if she left by that method wouldn't the little girl have woken up? So doesn't it only seem to reason that Lilith left by another method.
You raise good points, anon. It is possible Lilith knows of another method of possession. I just can't seem to quite put a finger on the 'how' and what we will call it if ever we wanted to put it in her article. It is also possible she used the same old method, she just knows how to turn the volume down. Remember how of all the high-tier demons, she was the only one without known omens? And how Lilith was working behind the scenes, trying to outwit angels in a game of predictability (600 seals)? So taking all those things into consideration, she may have been consciously being stealthy to avoid detection. But the points you raised are indeed valid. FTWinchester (talk) 17:51, September 13, 2013 (UTC)
If memory serves me right there were several momments we didn't see, in which she may have the oppertunity to slip away. Plus we also have to remeber, the incredibly obvious and loud method we see when demons leave there hosts doesn't have to happen, they can leave in a slower, quieter and more subtler way, its just we normally see this method because the demons are either A: thrown out of there hosts, or B: trying to escape. General MGD 109 (talk) 18:28, September 13, 2013 (UTC)
When have we ever seen a demon leave or enter other than the usual method. The only occasion I cn think of is the disaster causing demon but he's kind of unique in his own way. Also even if there are moments when we didn't see her leave the mother would have.
Actually, at least three other demons have possessed people without the black smoke and screaming, and have done so on-screen--the two demons who went after Sam and Dean in "Devil's Trap" when they were rescuing their dad, and Ruby possessing Coma Girl in "I Know What You Did Last Summer". (I meant to also edit Ruby's section to add that in, but then I got distracted and forgot about it.) I'm the one who put in the thing about Lilith presumably leaving her host in a similarly discreet way in the first place, and I only did so because I thought it was notable, since so many demons enter and exit their hosts with a lot of noise and smoke.
It does seem improbable that Lilith left the usual way. The mother was clearly too terrified to sleep and all her attention would be on the thing causing her that terror (i.e. her "daughter"). That she would not see smoke pouring out of her daughter's mouth and then flying out of the room, or hear it rushing out, or hear her daughter screaming, is really, really unlikely. So, I say Lilith probably left the girl's body without screaming or appearing as smoke--which, as we saw from the above examples, can happen, despite its rarity.--NaiflidG (talk) 16:47, September 14, 2013 (UTC)
I would love that, but sadly upto date all demons smoke (save Crowleys) has been black, Azazel's was black not yellow, Alastair's was black not white, the crossroads demon in there first appearance had black smoke, even Lilith had black smoke when she left the standard way in "There's a Monster At The End of This Book" Like its been previously posted, Demons can move in and out of hosts much more subtly, as Lilith clearly knew Sam and Dean were coming (hench why she left the girl in the first place) I'm betting she did so, why well not only give herself even more of an advantage against them, but I would be willing to bet that it might have been a trick to to get them to murder the little girl, considering how sadistic she is I think that would appeal to her. General MGD 109 (talk) 18:07, September 14, 2013 (UTC)
Thanks for that info, NaiflidG. You're right. I remember it now, a demon can be discreet. And it still ties in to the fact that Lilith consciously wanted to be discreet because of the circumstances of that scenario. However, we now also know that this is not limited to just Lilith, as other demons have demonstrated doing it as well. I'm not quite sure I understand what RaghavD's issue is, but the query did not seem stupid to me, and like General said, Lilith clearly has black smoke too. Crowley is the only exception to the rule. FTWinchester (talk) 00:43, September 15, 2013 (UTC)
Hey FTWinchester, that was a failed attempt at me being funny. I was talking about my comment being silly. I never said that the query was stupid. :) RaghavDAll I need is ONE life, ONE try, ONE breath, I'm ONE man 12:35, September 15, 2013 (UTC)
Why do we assume that she used biokinesis to skin Nancy? It was off-screen, and Henriksen didn't say anything that would indicate that pieces of Nancy's flesh were just peeling themselves off on their own. Lilith could have used a knife or her fingernails or, hell, maybe even a cheese grater for all we know.--NaiflidG (talk) 16:36, October 18, 2013 (UTC)
I'm really uncomfortable with having that there because it seems like pure speculation. I'm removing it; if you want it there, please bring something (i.e. show dialogue, out-of-universe statements) to prove that she telekinetically skinned Nancy. Otherwise, peace-out.--NaiflidG (talk) 14:42, October 19, 2013 (UTC)
It would be very diificult to do that over forty five minutes and keeping the victim alive with a knife. However, there isn't anything to show she did it with her mind but it would probably be easier.
Yet another reason why it's difficult to gauge her abilities. Because most of her acts were off-screen. *sighs heavily into the void*. Very good point from NaiflidG, but anon's statement above is also true. FTWinchester (talk) 13:15, October 20, 2013 (UTC)
Thats the problem with Lilith. She has so much potential to be really bad ass but almost everything she does is off screen or mentioned by someone else.
I don't know. Her performance in "no rest for the wicked" was pretty creepy. I just feel she could have been so much more.
Did Lilith teleport the whole police staff away after blowing the station? Otherwise how could she have tortured them all for forty five minutes as the reporter states that the explosion happened "moments ago". So does that mean she has apporting as an ability?
She may have, but we can't say for sure, because it wasn't shown on screen. RaghavDAll I need is ONE life, ONE try, ONE breath, I'm ONE man 10:09, October 20, 2013 (UTC)
What other method could she have used?
Well if were going to go by the orginal episode, she didn't. If you watch it, she raises her hand, blasts every body with white light causing the explosion they mention on tv. As such Hendricksons comments are a Recon (or else as a ghost Hendrickson was so obsessed with anger he believed it happened when it didn't) as such we can't really say what method she used. General MGD 109 (talk) 21:48, October 20, 2013 (UTC)
I doubt Henrickson would have made up something so graphically awful and it is possible that she can control what the light destroys so the police station blew up but everyone else survived. She could then have teleported them away and began the torture.
Its possible, but only speculation to say that. I somewhat doubt he made it up myself, the point is what happened was most likely a recon, so we have no way of proving anything. Best to just leave it as it is. General MGD 109 (talk) 19:27, October 21, 2013 (UTC)
Re: Angel Blades Edit
- Since they can kill angels which are a species more powerful than demons they are able to kill demons as well as Archangel Blade.
This is like saying Phoenix Ash can kill Eve, who is a being more powerful than humans, so therefore it could kill humans as well. I'm not saying angel blades couldn't harm a high-tier demons, but we don't know for sure if angel blades could effectively kill a high-tier demon. FTWinchester (talk) 21:36, December 30, 2013 (UTC)
- We do know angel blades can kill demons and there's no reason to believe it wouldn't work on high-tier demons, like Azazel or Alastair. Which I really think is implied as such. Crowley's quote is easily countered by the fact that these blades can kill demons like they do angels. -- ImperiexSeed, 4:50 PM, December 30th 2013
- We also used to think the Demon-killing knife could kill all demons. Abaddon and Alastair say 'Hi'. FTWinchester (talk) 21:56, December 30, 2013 (UTC)
- That's true, so I would say we shouldn't hurtle everyone into the same category till proven. Sorry. -- ImperiexSeed, 5:01 PM, December 30th 2013
- (In Abaddon's voice) "Hello, boys!" Sorry couldn't help myself when FTWinchester said that. 22.214.171.124 22:23, December 30, 2013 (UTC)
Re: Photo Edit
- (Damn it! Did I really fucking lose all of what I just typed. Friggin A; my laptop shut down, deleting my entire message. Anyway.) Oh, believe me, you're not. We're rocking in the boat, so to speak. In relation to, what I call, 'actor bodies,' this user keeps crocheting every variation of a character onto templates. Which is very unnecessary, especially since it varies with characters that appeared once in a particular 'actor body,' like Katie Cassidy for Lilith. (Sorry if this message doesn't sound right, but I pieced one together perfectly, which I lost due to my laptop shutting down on me.) -- ImperiexSeed, 9:45 PM, January 2nd 2014
- Yeah, I know the pain of that event. Anyway, while some characters may benefit from having their vessels shown at the template (if and only if the vessels were significantly used for notable events and long stretches of time), posting all of the vessels seem exceedingly unnecessary. If any, this should only show Lilith as the dental hygienist as that was the vessel she used the most (arguably also the little girl in No Rest for the Wicked), but honestly, I think it's better if we try to limit the template to include only the most significant vessel/host. FTWinchester (talk) 14:50, January 2, 2014 (UTC)
- Now that I've spoke on the matter, I'm going to crumple it down to the bare primaries. -- ImperiexSeed, 10:09 PM, January 2nd 2014
When I reviewed parts of "No Rest for the Wicked" and "The Monster at the End of the Book", I found that Lilith does appear to have thermokinetic abilities. When she kisses Sam, you can hear something sizzling as if something incredibly hot is burning something else. When he tries to catch her in a devil's trap later, she disintegrates part of the trap with a touch--not using white light since there is no white light shown when she does it, which is kind of the entire point of the ability--she just touches the trap and the part she touches and nearby parts of the trap burn away. Your thoughts?--NaiflidG (talk) 16:22, January 12, 2014 (UTC)
To be honest I've also been confused as to how disintegrating the trap correlates to the white light. I just kind of did not pick on it since no one seems to be bringing it up. FTWinchester (talk) 16:51, January 12, 2014 (UTC)
Same here. I was annoyed when people used it as an example of white light because there wasn't so much as a glow when she disintegreated the trap--she just touched it and boom, it burned away. Didn't bother arguing against it until now because it seemed unimportant, but lately I've been editing Lilith's article on the Super-wiki and thought her apparent thermokinetic power ought to be mentioned on this page as well.--NaiflidG (talk) 17:05, January 12, 2014 (UTC)
Well, it has been listed under White Light since before I started editing, so I think General or Imperiex may be able to provide an explanation, if any. However, I think it should be reclassified. FTWinchester (talk) 17:12, January 12, 2014 (UTC)
Well I did add it that is true. The reason why, and I maybe wrong, but I always remembered Lilith's hand glowing slightly before she touched the Devils trap, so I took that as a sign that it was white light. Still if I'm misremebering that, feel free to reclass it. General MGD 109 (talk) 18:13, January 12, 2014 (UTC)
But it did happen, (got to admit I'm glad I didn't misremeber that bit) so it is possible to include it as White light? Or do you think it would better fit Thermokinesis? General MGD 109 (talk) 19:04, January 12, 2014 (UTC)
See, I rewatched it last night and didn't see any light from her hand whatsoever, which is why I thought it was thermokinesis. The only light I saw came from the trap burning up yellow.--NaiflidG (talk) 19:28, January 12, 2014 (UTC)
White light has always been portrayed as a wave of energy which, to me, discredits the mere inkling of that occasion being a release of white light right off the bat. Unless she, similarly to Raphael, concentrated the size of the blast to something that small. I could go and recourse the scene but, from what I remember from the episode, NaiflidG sounds about right. Which would leave thermokinesis to be the only rational explanation. -- ImperiexSeed, 3:10 PM, January 12th 2014
All right, I'm editing it as an example of thermokinesis and I'll add Lilith to users of themokinesis (also making a minor edit of reclassifying Crowley burning Sam's hand as thermokinesis, since no flames were involved, though Crowley himself is still pyrokinetic).--NaiflidG (talk) 00:54, January 13, 2014 (UTC)
Change of quote Edit
Who changed the quote? The current line isn't interesting or intimidating at all. Anyone could have said that line and it wouldn't make an impression that whoever said it was someone old and powerful. Lilith had very few lines that could describe herself and Anna Milton's quote at least gives a hint on how dangerous Lilith was. FTWinchester (talk) 17:17, February 1, 2014 (UTC)
I did (because I preferred to have a quote from Lilith herself and I thought the quote from Anna seemed more about the Apocalypse and the seals than Lilith herself), but it's fine if you feel that the previous quote was better and want to change it back.--NaiflidG (talk) 17:25, February 1, 2014 (UTC)
Yea, about that. We had that discussion above (see Quote section). It was acknowledged by those who participated that Lilith's quotes suck and she had barely any lines that would give any hint on how powerful she could be. It just seems painfully awkward that the first demon's quotes don't reference that. FTWinchester (talk) 17:33, February 1, 2014 (UTC)
Uh-huh. Then I rewatched the last few scenes of "No Rest for the Wicked" and was struck by how the quote we currently have seemed like the best one to exemplify her authority ("I don't answer to puppy chow," says the highest-ranking demon in existence) and her cold-bloodedness (siccing the hellhound on Dean in a sing-songy voice), so I tested it out as a page quote. (If you'll notice, I didn't actually vote for it, just noted that it was one of three quotes that I thought could work. I actually voted for Ruby's quote. Anna's quote isn't about Lilith herself, but about the seals getting broken, which is why I preferred a different quote to it.) Seems that the test failed. I don't mind and I won't argue against it if you want to change the quote back to the other one.--NaiflidG (talk) 18:03, February 1, 2014 (UTC)
Lilith's Death and eyesEdit
Lilith dies her eyes glow yellow like azazel maybe yellow eyes means injured-damaged,like almost dying
ı think azazel times of lucifer imprison he was left to die by angels alive but damaged.
Her essence, as a demon, shown through her vessel brightly. She was a white-eyed demon and Azazel wasn't an angel, but a demon with yellow eyes. -- ImperiexSeed, 1:38 PM, February 7th 2014
No ı never say azazel is a angel back in time lucifer's imprison demons he made on earth push into hole of hell and some demons destroyed by angels and azazel left damaged.
I would say it's highly possible that angels did destroy demons at times in the past, yes. -- ImperiexSeed, 5:46 PM, February 7th 2014
Lilith vs Leviathan Edit
Admins, unlock the page, or at least change under the weaknesses section for it to say that the Leviathan can definitely easily slaughter Lilith; Levis can kill any demon, except maybe the Knights. There should be no iffiness or debate here. -- ImperiexSeed, 8:37 AM, November 22nd 2015
Can Leviathans block a Demon's power like they do Angels?
I know Angels are more powerful than Demons, so one would assume they could, but a Demon's power is, well... themselves. Their own souls. They have a different power source compared to an Angel. Toe Knee 17 (talk) 22:54, February 8, 2016 (UTC)
Lilith's failed telekinesis attempt Edit
At the end of No Rest for the Wicked, Lilith pushed Sam and Dean away with telekinesis. After the failed attempt to kill Sam with the white light blast, she tried to use telekinesis on Sam once more. This time it failed. Why ? It worked the first time. I know Sam was supposed to kill her in the end. But there are only a couple of seconds between the first successfull use of telekinesis and the failed second attempt. Lambda1 (talk) 22:22, May 13, 2016 (UTC)
- I think Lilith was feigning her weaknesses vis-a-vis Sam so as to encourage him to pursue the development of his powers. As we saw in Season 15 Episode 5, her white light works just fine on Sam.SonOfEve (talk) 16:49, November 24, 2019 (UTC)
Lilith’s mentions Edit
Done. It's done like this, by the way:
- *[[Season 11]] Line one.
- **''[[Safe House]]'' Line two.
I see no reason to list God as a weakness the way it's worded as it's not helpful to the reader. -- Edmunddemon, 7:28 AM, November 17th, 2019
- It's in addition in a way misleading, as it suggests Lilith merely fears him, neglecting the clear fact he effortlessly annihilate her. -- Edmunddemon, 1:13 PM, November 17th, 2019
- Stating that she fears God is factual and it attests to her state of mind. Furthermore he may not even be able to "effortlessly" annihilate her now. Also I've reviewed the Lilith pages history and you have broken the three-revert rule while trying to get your way, even saying that demeaned God at 4:16 on Nov 17th. SPN God and the Judeo-Christian God are not the same and there are so many differences that differentiate them from each other that it shouldn't even bear thought. You have three other users who have disagreed with your edits and have broken a rule, more if you count the bias that you've demonstrated to what I presume is your religious beliefs. If you continue to edit war then I will be forced to block you.
- If he can resurrect her from the empty, it's very reasonable to assume he can still kill her pretty easily. I'm aware Chuck isn't exactly the Judeo-christian deity, but he is a primordial entity and is the second most powerful being in the multiverse. His grace is diminished but I really can't see him having trouble erasing her like an author can his characters. By the way, I'm an atheist and not religious. -- Edmunddemon, 3:22 PM, November 17th, 2019
- There is currently no indication that using his power fluctuates or decreases the level. I just find the wording plainly inane. -- Edmunddemon, 4:03 PM, November 17th, 2019
- I think the wording is fine. For the same reason I said primordial entities shouldn't be listed as weaknesses in every single character and species article unless explicitly shown through an interaction between those characters or otherwise directly mentioned in the series, I don't think we need to state the blatantly obvious.
- Orion (T-B-C) 11:44, November 18, 2019 (UTC)
Should we mention under "immunity" in Lilith's Powers & Weaknesses section that she has a limited immunity to devil's trap bullets, as she retained some of her abilities (such as telekinesis and terrakinesis) even though immobilised - much like Cain retained his telekinesis when caught in a devil's trap?
126.96.36.199 16:33, December 4, 2019 (UTC)
Basically, that also has to point out that it's a proven fact from the show itself. Exactly as well as the fact that the two angels Castiel and Uriel, needed for Alastair an old-Enochian devil trap Anonyme Tät (talk)