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DEAN JOHNATHON WINCHESTER
'What do you say we kill some evil sons-a-bitches, and we raise a little Hell? '
We know a little about a lot of things FULL NAME: Dean Johnathon Winchester
Just enough to make us dangerous
NICKNAMES: Dean; “Jerk” (Only to Sam); Winchester
MEMBER GROUP: Hunter Admin
CANON OR ORIGINAL?: Canon
No, they were doing our jobHEIGHT: 6 feet, 1 inch
Only they don't know they suck at it
WEIGHT: 198 lbs.
HAIR COLOUR: Brown
EYE COLOUR: Blue
TATTOOS & PIERCINGS: None
PLAY-BY: Jensen Ackles
You fudging touch me againLIKES:
I'll fudging kill ya!
- Sam, his brother
- Pursued by the law
- Weapons training
- Hustling money
- He'll go back to Hell
- Sam will be killed
You better take care of that car
Or I swear, I'll haunt your ass
POWERS: The “True Vessel” of Michael the arch-angel
MOTHER: Mary Winchester
FATHER: John Winchester
SIBLINGS: Brother: Sam Winchester
Half-Brother: Adam Milligan
PARTNER: None/ Lisa Braeden
OVERALL HISTORY: ((Helping Credit To Wikipedia))
Dean Winchester was born on Janurary 24th, 1979 in Lawerence, Kansas to his father, John, a Vietnam War veteran who worked as a full time mechanic. He has very fond memories of his mother when he was 3 of 4 years old. When he was 4 his brother Sam Winchester was born. When his brother was six month old, a fire killed his mother, though he didn't see the specifics that night unlike his father. He remembers the details of that like it was yesterday.
Dean learned that what killed his mother was a demon and he followed his father across the country on a road trip devoted to finding the evil son of a bitch that killed his mom. Since he was strong enough to hold a gun he was taught to shoot and his dad trained him like a soldier. His father had always told Dean to watch out for Sam, and that message bored into his mind.
To be honest, his one and only true friend was his brother. He never could make many friends at school, seeing as most of the time, he had to move away because Dad found a new lead on the demon that killed Mom. After years of searching, John finally found the thing, and died saving Dean in the hospital. Dean took it upon himself to kill the Yellow-Eyed demon and finally killed the thing, at the cost of Sam's life. So he summoned the Cross-Roads Demon and sold his soul to save his brother, getting only one year to live until he pulled into Hell.
In the year he was there, he and Sam fought countless demon's, Sam still trying to save Dean's life, but he wouldn't have it, Dean knew he was going to die and didn't want his brother to die for him, like John did for him in the hospital. He'd made his decision and he was sticking by it. Of course, didn't mean that Dean was going to let Lilith get away scot-free. After locating her and taking Ruby's knife, Dean and Sam hunted her down, but were unsuccessful at killing the demon. Lilith got a hell-hound into the room and Dean was torn to shred's and dragged to Hell.
Dean awakes to find himself in a coffin and manages to dig himself out. He then breaks into a nearby gas station where he gets some water, food and cash. Before leaving the store, Dean sees the television and radio flicker on, with static, and a powerful whine that shatters all of the glass and hurts Dean's ears. Dean calls Sam, but finds his number disconnected. He calls Bobby, who hangs up on him, so he hot-wires a parked car and goes to Bobby's house. A fight ensues until Dean is able to prove to Bobby that it is really him. Dean and Bobby track down Sam in a town right near where Dean was buried—he's in a hotel with a girl, but he claims he did nothing to bring Dean back and is in town because he is searching for a demon. The girl acts puzzled by all of this and leaves, while Dean tells Sam he remembers nothing from Hell.
The Winchesters track down whatever force ripped Dean from Hell. It is revealed that an angel named Castiel pulled Dean from Hell on God's command; Castiel tells Dean that God has work for him. The girl in Sam's room, it turns out, is Ruby in a new body, and Sam had lied to Dean when he told him that he didn't know where Ruby was and that he wasn't using his demonic powers. Dean, in turn, was lying to Sam about Hell; though he would later confess that he does remember every second of Hell. In the course of fighting off ghosts that had been risen and were those that he and Sam couldn't save, Dean is told by Castiel of Lilith's plan to break the 66 seals and free Lucifer.
Dean is then transported back in time to Lawrence, Kansas in 1973. There, he meets younger versions of his father and mother, as well as his grandparents, and learns of a connection between Azazel and Mary. A causal loop is revealed in that the time-traveling Dean, by trying to stop Azazel in the past and change his future, actually made the demon aware of his family in the first place, setting in motion the events leading to the death of his parents, the corruption of his brother, and the life he tried to change, therefore setting up a predestination paradox. (However, it is implied by Castiel that the events would have happened anyway without him being there as they were already destined.) Upon returning to the present, Dean is informed by Castiel that Sam is "going down a very dark road" and that, if Dean doesn't stop him, the angels will. Dean follows Castiel's directions and witnesses Sam using his powers to exorcise a demon, also learning of Ruby's return. He conveys the warning of the angels to Sam. After he and Sam stop a rugaru in Missouri, Sam decides to stop using his powers, which seems to satisfy Dean.
Dean reveals to Sam what happened to him in Hell: Time flows differently there, so four months on Earth was forty years in Hell. During that time, he was put on the rack and "cut, carved, and torn" apart until there was nothing left of him, only to be made whole again just so the demons could start over on him. Dean reveals that, at the end of every day, the demon Alastair would offer to take him off the rack if Dean would put souls on it and torture them. Dean resisted for thirty years, but eventually gave in and spent ten years torturing people in Hell to escape being tortured himself. Dean confesses to Sam that he enjoyed torturing souls, as he finally had the chance to dish out the same pain that he'd endured for the past thirty years.
Dean meets up again with the reaper Tessa, who wakens his memories of their previous encounter with a kiss; Dean confesses that there has been a "hole" in him since that time and realizes that it is related to her. Soon after, Tessa is taken by Alastair in his quest to break another of the 66 seals; breaking the current seal involves killing reapers. The boys ask their psychic friend Pamela Barnes to help them leave their bodies so that they may find the kidnapped reapers. Once they have, they are captured, but Sam is able to break them out and Tessa is able to continue reaping souls. However, before Dean is able to return to his body, Alastair corners him, only to be captured by the angels; Castiel then appears and informs Dean that they have won this seal. As Dean awakes in his body, Pamela is dying from her injuries she obtained during a fight with a demon, while the boys were "out."
Afterward, Dean is pressed into service by Castiel and Uriel, who need him to torture Alastair for information on who is killing angels, since Dean was his "student" in Hell. Dean refuses at first, but eventually agrees. However, he only succeeds in getting Alastair to reveal that Dean was the first seal to break, by virtue of giving in and torturing souls in Hell. ("The first seal shall be broken when a righteous man sheds blood in Hell. As he breaks, so shall it break.") The distraction is enough for Alastair to free himself, the Devil's Trap set up by Castiel having been eroded by a leaking pipe.
Alastair nearly kills Dean and then comes close to sending Castiel back to Heaven, but Sam, having grown stronger in his demonic abilities, arrives and uses his powers to torture Alastair in to revealing he does not know who is killing the angels; Sam kills Alastair shortly after. Later, as Dean recovers in the hospital, Castiel informs him about Uriel's betrayal; Uriel had been killing angels who did not join his cause to free Lucifer from Hell. Castiel also confirms Alastair's claim that Dean was the first seal, but adds that, because of this, Dean is the only man capable of averting the Apocalypse. However, Dean does not believe he is up to such a task and tells Castiel to find someone else as tears run down his face.
To put Dean back on the right path, Zachariah, Castiel's superior, re-writes Dean and Sam's memories to remove their knowledge of supernatural creatures, making them believe they are average people working regular jobs, and drops them in a haunted building. After the brothers proceed to defeat the ghost behind the hauntings, Zachariah (who posed as Dean's boss) restores Dean's memories to show him that hunting is in his blood. This renews Dean's resolve.
It is revealed that Dean is aware that Sam used his demonic powers to kill Alastair, but both Castiel and Dean don't know how Sam is getting stronger. Dean witnesses Sam drink the blood of a demon he is about to kill. Later, in the Impala, Sam tells Dean to get it over and yell at him for drinking demon blood when Sam gets a request from Bobby to head to his house. Once there, Dean and Bobby trick Sam and lock him in the demon-proof panic room for his own safety as he detoxes from the demon blood.
While Sam is going through painful withdrawal symptoms from the demon blood, Dean asks Castiel for help. He takes an oath to serve God and the angels if it would mean that Sam wouldn't have to kill Lilith, to which Castiel says "If that gives you comfort." Sam escapes the panic room after Castiel releases him, and Dean tracks him down to a hotel, despite Sam's efforts to shake him. They argue whether or not Ruby is corrupting him, if he is supposed to stop the Apocalypse, and if Sam is turning into a monster. The argument leads to a fight that Sam wins. Dean yells at Sam by saying, "If you walk out that door, don't you ever come back," after which Sam leaves the room.
The angels take Dean to a "safe" room, and Zachariah explains that they are preparing for the Apocalypse and will allow the final seal to be broken. They want Sam to kill Lilith; her death will break the final seal holding Lucifer, after which Dean will kill Lucifer and bring Paradise to Earth. Dean, shocked and horrified that the angels would allow the Apocalypse, asks Castiel for help; together they escape and meet the prophet Chuck Shirley to see where the final seal will be broken. As Castiel holds back the Archangels that start to descend, he sends Dean to Ilchester, Maryland to stop Sam from killing Lilith. Ruby prevents Dean from interfering and, after the final seal is broken, reveals that she has been working to free Lucifer the entire time. Dean manages to get to the two and then stabs Ruby to death with Sam's help. The season ends with a portal opening for Lucifer while Dean and Sam can only watch.
As Lucifer escapes, the brothers are teleported into an airplane by an unknown force (later revealed to be God). Later, Dean is told by Zachariah that he is "Michael's Sword," meaning the Archangel Michael will use his body as a vessel to lead the forces of Heaven against Lucifer, but Dean must consent to this. Dean refuses and Castiel saves him when Zachariah tries to force Dean to agree by harming him and Sam. Bobby gets possessed by a demon and, instead of killing Dean, he kills the demon inside himself, using Ruby's knife, in turn paralyzing himself from the waist down.
Dean and Sam fight War, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, in a town where the people think that their neighbors are demons. In this town is Ellen, Jo, and Rufus Turner all trying to hunt the demons, who turn out to be just people that War has made eyes seem black. Once the brothers cut the ring finger off of War, restoring the town to normal, Dean worries that Sam cannot control his urge to drink demon blood, and the brothers agree to go their separate ways because Sam is a liability with his demon bloodlust. Castiel finds Dean and they capture the Archangel Raphael to ask the location of God.
Dean is transported forward in time by Zachariah, who wants Dean to see what the future will be like if continues to refuse giving his consent to Michael. He finds himself in the year 2014, eventually meeting up with his future self, as well as the survivors and victims of the Croatoan virus. Dean finds out that Sam let Lucifer into his body, and this was the reason the world was in such disarray. Later, the future Dean is killed by Lucifer in Sam's body. After being told by his future self to accept Michael into his body, Dean is transported back to his own time, where he comes face-to-face with Zachariah; he again refuses to become Michael's vessel. In the end of the episode, the brothers meet back up again and decide that they should stay together, to "keep each other human."
It is revealed to Dean and Sam by The Trickster (who reveals that he is the Archangel Gabriel) that their relationship (Dean the older brother loyal to an absent father and Sam the younger brother who is rebellious of the father's plan) mirrors the relationship between Lucifer and Michael, and has been told to the angels since the beginning to bring about Judgment Day. Sam and Dean plan to find Lucifer and kill him, with help from Castiel, Jo, Ellen and Bobby. They find out that the Colt is in the possession of a demon named Crowley, who gives the Winchesters the gun to kill Lucifer and end the Apocalypse. While looking for Lucifer in Carthage, Missouri, Castiel sees reapers all over the town and is captured by Lucifer while investigating. The hunters run into Meg, who sics a pack of hellhounds on the group; Jo is severely injured by one of the hellhounds during their escape. The group finds shelter in a hardware store where they make bombs out of rock salt and iron nails to kill the hellhounds. Jo plans on setting off the bomb since she is going to die anyway; Ellen stays with Jo and both die in the blast. The Winchesters then find out that Lucifer is one of five things in the universe that the Colt cannot kill when Dean tries shooting Lucifer in the head with no effect. Having lost another plan, Dean becomes more disillusioned and hopeless, and, after spending time in Heaven and finding out God doesn't see the battle with Lucifer to be his problem, begins to see little reason to deny his destiny as Michael's vessel. Before doing so, though, he visits former girlfriend Lisa Braeden, confessing that when he dreams of being happy its with her and her son Ben, and promising to get them protection for what's to come.
Dean was preparing for his possession by Michael before being discovered by Sam and Castiel, who take him to Bobby's house. They convince him to allow them some more time in order to research another method of stopping Lucifer; however, the unexpected resurrection of their half-brother Adam, planned to be Michael's vessel, forces Sam, Bobby and Castiel to keep Adam and Dean from Zachariah. When Dean escapes and tries to lure the angels, both Castiel and Sam leave to find him, allowing Adam to be taken by angels. Despite Bobby and Castiel's insistence in keeping Dean from Zachariah, Sam allows him to try to rescue Adam. With Castiel removed, along with angel guards, the brothers attempt to rescue Adam, but Sam's ambush on Zachariah fails and Zachariah causes internal damage to both Adam and Sam to coerce Dean to consent to Michael. Ultimately, he relents, but after Zachariah summons Michael, Dean taunts him into sacrificing himself in order to allow Michael in. Zachariah angrily refuses, and Dean kills him and rushes out, unfortunately leaving Adam locked in the room with the approaching Michael. As they leave, Dean admits that he would have accepted Michael, but because of Sam's faith, he decides that he will "take the fight to them."
After being trapped in by a group of demi-gods bent on using them as bargaining chips in the upcoming Apocalypse, Dean and Sam learn from Gabriel (who died at the hands of Lucifer while saving the brothers) that the cage Lucifer was sprung from was still open and, if they could get all four Horsemen's rings, they could put him back in and trap him again. He also claims that Lucifer has no knowledge that he can be trapped again. The demon Crowley returns and leads Dean to a confrontation with Brady, one of Sam's college friends who in fact was a demon "Handler" for Pestilence. Despite being beaten badly, Dean and Crowley trap Brady and are eventually able to get the location of Pestilence before allowing Sam to kill Brady (who had earlier revealed that he had killed Sam's former girlfriend Jessica).
The brothers go after Pestilence and, with help of a nearly-human Castiel, take his ring. During the trip, Sam tells Dean that he believes the only way to trap Lucifer is to say yes and allow him to be possessed, believing that he can overcome Lucifer long enough to throw himself into the trap. Crowley, having since gotten Bobby to sell his soul temporarily for the location of Death (though this is revealed as a ruse to insure the brothers would not kill him), then takes Dean to Chicago where they have located the final Horseman. In the midst of a massive storm, Dean confronts Death in a pizza parlor. Revealing that Lucifer controls him due to a spell, Death agrees to give Dean his ring with the explicit condition that Sam say yes so he can lure Lucifer into the trap, and that Dean allow his brother to jump into the pit. Dean reluctantly agrees and gets the ring and instructions from Death on how to use the four rings. Upon returning, Dean claims he lied to Death, but upon talking to Bobby it becomes clear that their last best chance may be to let Sam say yes, with Bobby asking Dean if he was more afraid to lose, or to lose his brother.
Dean relents and agrees to let Sam say yes, citing that his brother has indeed grown up, is capable of making his own decisions, and that perhaps he himself needs to grow up a little. As Sam prepares to drink demon blood to become strong enough to take in Lucifer, he makes Dean promise that he won't attempt to come after him once he has jumped into the pit. Dean objects, but Sam insists, begging that he instead go to Lisa and try to live a normal, happy life. Dean promises he will do so, and after drinking the demon blood, the brothers go to confront Lucifer in Detroit. Despite Lucifer revealing that he did indeed know about the brothers' plan to trap him again, Sam says yes believing he can overcome him none the less. After taking over and briefly knocking Sam unconscious, Dean opens the portal to Lucifer's prison, and Sam wakes up and prepares to jump in. At the last moment, though, Lucifer reveals himself, claiming that "Sammy is long gone". After closing the trap, taking the rings, and briefly taunting Dean about being right (Stating he would take over Sam in Detroit regardless of Dean's efforts), Lucifer disappears.
As omens begin to signal the final battle, Dean calls Chuck to try and pin down the location of the final battle, which will occur in Stull Cemetery back in the brothers' hometown of Lawrence. While Castiel and Bobby seem despondent, believing the battle to be lost and further confrontation pointless, Dean vows to go to the fight between Lucifer and Michael (now possessing his half-brother Adam), claiming at the very least he "won't let his brother die alone". As Lucifer and Michael prepare to fight, Dean interrupts and drives the Impala into the graveyard. He attempts to reach out to both Sam and Adam, asking for five minutes with Sam, but is dismissed by both. Bobby and Castiel suddenly appear, and Castiel throws a molotov cocktail with holy fire at Michael, burning him out and buying Dean five minutes. It comes at a high price: an enraged Lucifer snaps his fingers, making Castiel explode for interrupting the fight.
Lucifer and Dean begin to fight, with Dean taking a beating. Bobby shoots at Lucifer, but the bullets have no effect, and with a twist of his hand, Lucifer snaps Bobby's neck and kills him. He then continues beating Dean and, with Dean backed against the door of the Impala, prepares for a kill shot. However, at that moment, he catches a glimpse of a toy soldier that a young Sam had stuck in the Impala's ashtray, and the memories of his brotherhood with Dean help Sam to overpower Lucifer and take control of his body. Sam reopens the pit, and though Michael returns and attempts to stop him, Dean watches as Sam pulls Michael into the pit, which closes as they both fall in, trapping both in Hell.
Bruised and beaten, a stunned Dean sits over the spot where his brother lept to his death. A fully restored Castiel suddenly appears, claiming to have been resurrected by God. He heals Dean and also brings Bobby back from the dead. Castiel plans on returning to Heaven and bringing new order now that Michael is gone. Dean claims that he will go after God next, but Castiel claims, before disappearing, that Dean only got what he wanted in the end: no Paradise, no Hell, more of the same-freedom over peace. After an emotional goodbye with Bobby, Dean returns to Lisa Braeden as Sam had suggested. Dean is last seen sitting down to dinner with Lisa and her son Ben. Unknown to Dean, a streetlight just outside the home goes out, and Sam is inexplicably standing beneath, watching the home with a blank look on his face.
After being re-united with Sam, Dean was alerted that the angels hadn't raised Sam, and they didn't know who, or what, did. But Dean was glad Sam would be there to help stave off the hordes of demons and other nasties coming. He was told that Mephistopheles was seeking to kill him and Sam to raise Lucifer from the Pit and bring about hell on Earth once more. Now, Dean is determined to prevent the Apocalypse, having found his brother and rekindled his bond with Lisa Braeden.
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The night air was cool and chilling as Dean's 1967 Chevy Impala raced down the stretch of road, 70 miles per hour seemed normal to Dean after traveling across the country with his brother hunting demon's. Dean remembered when his dad gave him the car, suddenly flashing into every detail of the event. John dropping the key's into his sons outstretched hand and smiling at him, and Dean's first drive by himself.
Snapping out of his memories, he felt a pang of sadness for the loss of his father. His own dad had sold his soul for Dean's life. He'd sold his soul for him, and Dean felt angry towards his dead father as well. What kind of selfish bastard was he to die so Dean could live every day knowing he was the reason his father was long gone.
Dean sighed and turned up the music in his Impala, hearing the classic tune-age of ACDC, the song Thunderstruck filling the Impala with classic rock that Dean loved.
I was caught
In the middle of a railroad track (Thunder)
I looked 'round,
And I knew there was no turning back (Thunder)
My mind raced
And I thought what could I do? (Thunder)
And I knew
There was no help, no help from you (Thunder)
Sound of the drums
Beatin' in my heart
The thunder of guns!
Tore me apart
You've been - thunderstruck!
Dean smiled a bit as he drove, and peered into the darkness of the road ahead, slowing the Impala to a halt, the engine softly purring like a cheetah waiting to be fed. Dean pulled the keys from the ignition, reaching over and opening the dashboard compartment, withdrawing the Colt from it's concealment inside the car.
Ahead of him, not far away, he noticed immediately that he was near a cross-roads, and that meant that a cross-roads demon could easily appear with the right requirements. Of course, Dean saw that an apparent deal was being made. Ahead of him was a woman, seemingly in shock, and another man behind her, as Dean guessed it was the demon. But her face told Dean she hadn't summoned him, and Dean was inclined to believe a human over a demon.
Dean sighed and stepped out of the car. Slamming the door and making himself obvious, he walked over to the woman, stepping in front of her and raising the Colt at the demon's head. Still staring down the demon, Dean spoke to the woman behind him. "I don't know who you are, but i can tell you if you're thinking of dealing with this filth, you're making a big mistake." Dean said. To be honest, Dean didn't care if she thought she knew what she was doing or not, he was still going to plug this demon with a bullet and send it to Hell where it belonged.