This unnamed demon worked for Crowley and desired to serve as his wingman.
As Crowley was lost in memories of his times with the demonic Dean Winchester, this demon approached him to make a report. After a few tries, the demon got Crowley's attention and Crowley admitted that he was "thinking of better days." The demon realized that Crowley was thinking about his "sabbatical" and told Crowley that Crowley's "misadventure with the older Winchester" was the topic of a lot of speculation. Asking Crowley to forgive his boldness, the demon suggested that he could now be Crowley's wingman. The demon told Crowley that he too loved to party, the ladies and classic rock and roll. While the demon had Crowley's apparent interest for a moment, he made the mistake of stating "most importantly, I can debauch by your side without being a personal embarrassment." The demon failed to notice the fact that this angered Crowley and promised his King "you'll see what I'm worth." Crowley told the demon that he could see already and the demon smiled, thinking that he would now become Crowley's wingman. Instead, Crowley snapped his fingers and the demon exploded into dust. Crowley asked if anyone else cared to comment as the demons nearby looked in shock at where the demon had been before.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
This demon appeared to be a regular low-level demon with the powers of one.
- Demonic Possession - As a demon, he needed a vessel to walk the Earth.
- Immortality - As a demon, he would never age or die unless killed.
- Invulnerability - As a demon, he was invulnerable to normal methods of harm.
As a regular low-level demon, he possessed all the weaknesses of one.
- High-Tier Demons - As a regular low-level demon, he was subservient to Crowley and was effortlessly killed by him.