15 'Supernatural' Castiel-Dean Ship Posts That We Just Can't Get Over
Dean and Sam Winchester (Jensen Ackles and Jared Padaleck) naturally make the list. Dean and Castiel's relationship remain undefinable. Dean and Castiel is the relationship between the hunter Dean and the angel Castiel. Having spent four painful months in Hell (40 years in hell years) after being. But we're all perfectly aware of how the relationship is, the writers are Dean/ Castiel slash fans pair the characters Dean Winchester and Castiel in a romantic .
As Lucifer's vessel, Castiel becomes aware of God's return and helps in recruiting the angels for God's battle against the Darkness. After Amara banished Lucifer from his body in Alpha and OmegaCastiel formally meets his father face to face for the first time as Chuck.
He helped God up and worried for his well being after he had been wounded by Amara and supported his plan to defeat her and remains mostly by God's side following the battle's failure.
Castiel sat relatively close to God inside the bar the team gather in while Dean goes on a mission as a ticking time bomb. He notices belatedly when God disappears from the room after being teleported by Amara. Despite being in God's presence for most of the episode, Castiel is not shown to interact with him one-on-one.
With his meeting, Castiel is one of the seven angels the archangels, Metatron and Gadreel to see God. As shown in Bring 'em Back Aliveeven after his departure from Earth that Castiel still holds respect for God as he told Gabriel not to turn his back on his father's work.
Edit Castiel meets the angel Hannah after the angels were banished by Metatron's spell, and lured to a location by a noise. Hannah was the sole survivor of a group of angels who refused to join Metatron's side, the rest were killed by Gadreel. Hannah initially attempts to kill Castiel, but is defeated and chooses to join his side.
When Castiel decides to build his army, Hannah acts as his second-in-command. This alliance is shattered when Metatron tricks the angels into losing faith in Castiel, blaming him for the suicide bombing.
Hannah does not rejoin Castiel's side until Gadreel sacrifices himself, proving Castiel's cause to be just. Together they are able to overthrow Metatron and re-take Heaven. Hannah later assists Castiel in gathering rogue angels. Hannah shows concern for Castiel's dwindling grace, but is repeatedly brushed off.
An encounter with the husband of Hannah's vessel convinces Hannah to abandon her vessel and return to Heaven, leaving Castiel to continue the search alone, but also inspire Castiel to find his own vessel's family. Castiel meets Hannah again in a new vessel when Castiel attempts to break Metatron out of prison.
Hannah is unsupportive of this plan, but ultimately fails to stop her friend due to Bobby's assistance from the inside. Castiel meets Hannah for the last time following the rise of Amara. Hannah partakes in interrogating Castiel on Metatron's whereabouts, but soon chooses to believe that he does not know.
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Enraged, Efram kills Hannah. Castiel is left deeply saddened by her death and is angered enough that he immediately avenges Hannah by killing Efram for his actions.
Edit Hester and Inias are two angels from Castiel's garrison who appeared in Reading Is Fundamentalwith the intention on getting their hands on the newly-designated prophet, Kevin Tran.
Both angels were shocked to discover that Castiel was alive, since he was thought to have died after he let loose the Leviathans some time ago. Hester, the new leader of the garrisonwas furious with Castel over the genocide of Raphael 's followers, which cost Heaven thousands of angels. After delivering a "big, scary speech", Castiel had vanished. Hester wanted an explanation, but soon realized - along with Inias - that Castiel had lost his sanity.
All three were blasted out of their location by Dean before things could escalate. Castiel managed to return to the Winchesters soon after, though after Meg killed a demon near Rufus' cabinHester and Inias were able to track them to their new location. Hester proclaimed that Castiel had fallen in every way possible, ever since the day he had rescued Dean from Hell. In a fit of rage, Hester assaulted Castiel until he bled.
Inias tried to stop her, insisting that there were few angels left, only to be knocked aside. Hester's beatings were stopped when Meg stabbed her in the back with an angel bladekilling her. Hester would not be the last angel to desire vengeance upon Castiel, and Castiel himself would come to regret every one of his sins mentioned by Hester, from his tenure as God and later on, his part in helping Metatron banish the angels from Heaven.
Inias, on the other hand, became one of the very few angels to care for Castiel, enough to want to welcome him back to the garrison, though Castiel ultimately declined.
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What exactly became of Inias is unknown, though Castiel believes his entire garrison has been wiped out. Edit Ishim, like Anna, was Castiel's superior for a time. InIshim convinced Castiel along with a group of other angels that the Seraph Akobel had fathered a Nephilim. The group arrived at Lily Sunder 's house and murdered Akobel, while Ishim chose to kill the abomination himself. Although Castiel was not entirely comfortable with the task, he trusted Ishim and believed, for the following hundred years, that he and his siblings had done the right thing.
InLily sought revenge against all the angels involved in her daughter's death. Castiel was horrified to learn that Lily's daughter May had been an ordinary human and that Ishim had lied to him, leading to the deaths of many angels and putting innocent blood on Castiel's hands.
For a time after their reunion, Ishim seemed to care for Castiel still, despite the latter's involvement in the Fall of the Angels, which damaged Ishim's wings.
However, as with Lily, Ishim was possessive, demanding as well as manipulative and tried to kill Dean as he saw Dean as Castiel's weakness and ruthlessly beat Castiel and would have killed him had he not been interrupted. It would be by Castiel's own hands that Ishim met his end, something Castiel had threatened to do to his other superior Anna, but never did, although while he stated that he did not want to kill Anna unless truly forced to, Castiel showed no remorse for Ishim's death.
Aside from Ishim's position as Castiel's superior in both power and rank, it is not clear what their relationship actually was like. Ishim seemed to prefer Castiel's female vessel and inhe appeared to trust Castiel as well. The revelation of Ishim's true nature certainly damaged any positive opinion Castiel ever had of Ishim. Edit Jimmy calls Castiel out. After Castiel rescues Dean from Hell, he realizes he cannot communicate with the human unless he obtains a vessel.
Castiel tracks down Jimmy Novak, a devout Christian and family man who is able to receive Castiel's messages and communicate with him. The two manage to develop a sense of trust but Jimmy's behavior is met with ridicule by his wife. Forced to work for Castiel, Jimmy assents to possession and becomes Castiel's vessel for months. The experience is rather unpleasant for Jimmy, who feels like he's "being chained to a comet".
Castiel does not alter Jimmy's appearance, simply adding a deep voice as the only indicator that the two are not the same person. Eventually, Jimmy is freed from possession when the angels decide to drag Castiel back to Heaven for rebellious behavior. Sam and Dean discover Jimmy, who informs them that he no longer wishes to have anything to do with angels, his earlier excitement gone due to the torment he suffered, and his desire to be with his wife and daughter again.
Unfortunately, Jimmy's fate was sealed from the moment Castiel first spoke to him, as his status as an angel vessel drew demons to his familyleading to the possession of his wife and neighbors, and an attempt on his life. Jimmy demanded Castiel to rescue his family as part of their deal to gain Jimmy's consent. Castiel obeyed and took Claire as a vessel while smitting the demons holding the family captive.
Castiel was sympathetic to Jimmy's suffering and offered to spare him of the ordeal and take Claire instead, but Jimmy's love for his daughter drove him to take Castiel back, an act which ultimately cost Jimmy's life when the pair were killed by Raphael.Ways in Which Dean and Cas said "I Love You"
God resurrected Castiel and presumably Jimmy as well since he was mentioned by the angel. After Lucifer killed them again, Castiel is given Jimmy's body to use permanently by God, while Jimmy ascended to Heaven. Years later, Castiel would attempt again to keep his promise to protect Jimmy's family, he tracked them down only to discover that not only had he ruined Jimmy's life, but also caused the break up of the remaining Novaks, with Amelia having gone searching for Jimmy and leaving Claire in bad company.
Eventually, Castiel would remedy this situation and find Claire a better home, while Amelia died and went to Heaven, reunited with Jimmy at long last. Edit Castiel and Lucifer in "Abandon All Hope" When Lucifer rebelled against Heaven, Castiel a newly created angel at the time remembers being terrified by the raging archangel.
Despite this, Lucifer does know of Castiel and sees him as a brother. When they meet again, which is after Castiel himself rebelled against HeavenLucifer traps him in a ring of Holy Oil. Lucifer tries to persuade Castiel to work with him by listing things they have in common. Castiel refuses to listen and is subsequently left in the circle while Meg stays to watch over him so that he doesn't manage to free himself. The two meet again at Stull Cemeterywhere Castiel banishes Michael using holy oil.
This enrages Lucifer, who smites Castiel as punishment.
God resurrects Castiel, shortly after Lucifer has been imprisoned in his Cage by Sam. For the following two years, Castiel makes certain Lucifer does not escape his prison.
When choosing to take on Sam's insanity, Castiel was tormented by the visions of Lucifer greeting him. In The Song Remains the SameCastiel refuses to let Anna kill Sam, even declaring that he was his friend as Anna acknowledged his new change towards the brothers. Sam looked to Castiel to see if Anna's plan would work, though Castiel disagreed.
Castiel also allowed Sam and Dean to time travel with him to save their parents from the rogue angel. Sam was worried at the pain it caused Cass and let him rest. At the end, Anna is killed by Michael and the Winchesters are returned to their time. Sam once again helps Cass after he returns to present in his weakened state. Sam was worried when Castiel was teleported by the latter. When Castiel returned battered and bloodied, Sam questioned him on his condition as Castiel tried to warn him about the threat.
After the trickster appeared, he flung Castiel away and banished him once he greeted him and Sam was angry at this though noticed the trickster knew Cass. When he and Dean got fooled by the trickster, Sam realized Castiel's warning and the trickster's familiarity was a sign that the latter was angel.
After their suspicions were confirmed with the trickster being the archangel GabrielSam watched as Dean forced Gabriel to bring Castiel back after threatening to pour holy oil on him when he was trapped in a ring of holy fire.
Gabriel complied and Sam was relieved when Castiel confirmed he was fine. They find Joshua and find out that God had help them before by saving them and resurrecting Cass as well learning he knows about Earth 's problems but simply doesn't feel he should get involved.
This revelation hurts Castiel, who renounces his faith in God and disappears Castiel showing Sam "the whore of Babylon" When Sam figures something is not right in a town, he calls Castiel in for help 99 Problems. When Castiel shows up drunk, he tells Sam he finds his voice grating. Sam notices Castiel is drunk and asks what happened to Castiel. Castiel answers he found a liquor store and "drank it".
Sam attempts to help Castiel from wobbling, and asks if he's okay. Castiel leans over and tells Sam not to ask stupid questions. Sam tells Castiel about the demon attacks around town and the "prophet" Leah Giden. Castiel tells Sam that she is no prophet because all the names of the prophets are seared into Castiel's brainand then Sam asks then what Leah is.
Castiel later reveal that "Leah" is actually the Whore of Babylon. When Castiel brings a weapon to kill her, he tells them that only a true servant of God can use it to kill her. Castiel continues on by saying he can't do it, and, neither can Sam since he's an abomination because of the demon blood. Sam looks slightly hurt, but understands. Castiel uses his powers to send Dean to Bobby's house.
Like Sam, Castiel is angry at Dean for giving up, so they both work together to make sure Dean doesn't leave Bobby's. Castiel also agrees with Sam questions about the angels' change in mind to Adam Milligan the Winchesters' half-brother. When Dean does escape, Castiel brings Dean back unconscious. Sam asks Castiel what happened and Castiel answers "Me". Later on, Sam decides to bring Dean along on a mission to save Adam, despite Castiel not wanting to Dean to come along.
Castiel can't understand Sam's blind faith in Dean. As the final showdown comes along, Castiel comes once again to aid the Winchesters. Castiel is amazed how useful guns can be. Then in Swan SongCastiel says an awkward goodbye to Sam, as Sam prepares to have an internal battle with Lucifer in his head. After Sam trapped Lucifer and Michael into hell at the cost of himselfCastiel who was resurrected and promoted to Seraphim used his new powers to successfully raise Sam from Lucifer's cage.
Unfortunately, Sam's soul was left in the cage. Season 6 After Sam returned from Hell, he called Castiel many times, but Castiel never answered him, so Sam stopped calling. Um, look, I would hug you, but--" "That would be awkward. Sam continues by saying that he's been calling Castiel all this time and Castiel only comes when Dean calls him.
Sam continues by asking if Castiel likes Dean more. Castiel answers by saying he and Dean share a more profound bond. Castiel also withholds his involvement in Sam's return by telling Sam he has no idea who brought Sam back from the cage, or why. When Sam tries to get more information, Castiel angrily replies "What part of I don't know escapes your understanding? Castiel examining Sam in Family Matters. In Family MattersCastiel is trying to figure out what is wrong with Sam.
Castiel starts asking Sam questions, and finishes with asking how Sam feels emotionally. Sam answers he doesn't know. Castiel tries to feel Sam's soul, only to find out Sam doesn't have one. Sam looks shocked at this discovery. Castiel tells Dean whoever brought Sam back, left his soul behind. When Dean asks if "Sam" is still even Sam, Castiel answers that it is an interesting philosophical question. Castiel continues to help in the quest for Sam's soul in Caged Heat. Although he doesn't come right away.
Sam tricks Castiel into coming down and calls Castiel an idiot for believing his lie. Sam asks Castiel to help, but Castiel refuses due to the civil war. Sam continues by saying Castiel owes him and if Castiel doesn't help, Sam will find a way to kill Castiel pointing out the extra time to do so since Soulless Sam doesn't sleep.
Castiel is not fazed even daring him to try in a threatening way but he agrees to help. Later on, Castiel seemingly threatens Crowley to get Sam's soul back, but when Crowley says he can't, Castiel toasts Crowley's bones. Castiel reassures Sam they will find another way to get Sam's soul back.
Castiel tells Dean that Sam's soul felt like it had been skinned alive. Later on in the episode, Sam awakes and recalls Castiel being killed while Lucifer possessed him but Dean and Bobby tell him he was resurrected, to his relief.
Sam calls Castiel and he appears while telling Sam its good to see him alive and attempts to hug Sam who sits down to avoid it. Sam tells Castiel he would hug Castiel, but it would be awkward. Sam goes on to talk about how its been a crazy year and how he just talked to Bobby about it. Castiel tells Sam he's surprised Sam even survived.
Castiel asks Sam how it feels as Sam looks confused. Castiel explains, "to have your soul back". Sam is shocked to hear this news and plays along so he can get more details from Castiel about what really happened. Sam then learns from the angel that he returned from the cage but without his soul for a full year. Sam, I am the one who raised you from perdition!
Castiel still protects Sam and Dean despite these doubts. Then when Castiel's betrayal comes to light, they trap Castiel in a ring of holy fire. In there, Castiel tries to maintain his loyalty to them even revealing that he was the one who brought Sam back from the cage. Though surprised, Sam asks Castiel if he meant to bring Sam back soulless.
Castiel tells Sam he didn't mean to he didn't even know until Family Matters. Although Castiel doesn't show himself, he answers Sam's prayer. In order to detour Dean, he breaks down the wall inside Sam's mind and Sam goes into a coma.
Castiel says he'll save Sam, only if they back off. Sam does wake from his coma, and comes to Dean's rescue.
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Sam stabs Castiel only to find out that Angel Blade doesn't work on him. Season 7 Sam tries to help a severely weakened Castiel. He's in there somewhere, Dean. Despite Dean thinking Castiel won't listen, Sam calls Castiel, and tells him they can help. Although Castiel doesn't answer right away, he comes to Sam's call and asks for help. Sam sets out with the others to help Castiel. The last moment they have together is when Castiel tells Sam where to find the blood cocktail meant to open Purgatory.
Later, Castiel is overcome by the Leviathans, and Sam watches Castiel disappear into the water. Castiel attempts to right his wrong by attempting to fix Sam's mental state, but fails.
Castiel deeply regrets what he did to Sam, and he states that he can't fix it. Then the idea hits Castiel to switch places with Sam's mental state. Castiel takes on Sam's insanity, and begins to see Lucifer.
Now sane, Sam is shocked to see Castiel alive, and becomes worried about how he's acting. Sam is a bit shocked that Dean wants to leave Castiel in the mental institution. Sam promises to help find a cure for what Castiel took on. Castiel tells Sam that he doesn't need to fix anything and that taking on Sam's pain gave him purpose. Castiel also mentions that he doesn't see Lucifer anymore since it was Sam's own hallucination.
Sam is sad to hear Castiel doesn't think that he's broken. Season 8 Sam inquired about what happened to Castiel in Purgatorybut got no answer from Dean. Sam is excited to see Castiel's return and he has regained his sanity. Sam is less suspicious of Castiel than Dean. When Castiel brings himself and Sam into the mind of Fred Jones, Castiel can relate to Sam, as he too, has been running from his problems, and makes a decision to return to Heaven, but is shot down by Naomi.
In Clip Showwhen Castiel's relationship with Dean is strained due to Dean's anger over Castiel's lack of trust in him, Sam comforts Castiel, trying to convince him that Dean just needs time. He also gives Dean his approval of Ezekiel helping, saying Ezekiel is a good soldier and indicating they are friends. Afterwards, Castiel is excited by the idea of Sam and Dean being his guides to being human, but Dean is forced to ask him to leave to save Sam who "Ezekiel" threatens to leave and let Sam die if Castiel doesn't go.
However, this time, Dean partially explains why to Castiel who continues investigating on his own. After learning from Malachi that Ezekiel is dead, Castiel escapes and calls Dean to warn him that the angel who helped Sam isn't really Ezekiel.
Unfortunately, his warning comes too late. In " Road Trip ", after the angel possessing Sam kills Kevin and takes off, Castiel comes to aid Dean with saving him. While Dean is originally going to kill Sam to kill the angel, Castiel presents the solution of going to Crowley for help to get him to do what he did with Samandriel to bring out Sam and get him to expel the angel. After finding "Sam", Castiel knocks him out and watches as Crowley tortures the angel to get information, admitting to Dean that its not easy for him to watch.
He is also able to confirm that the angel did in fact heal most of the damage to Sam's body from the Trials. Castiel is furious to learn that the angel is actually Gadreelthe angel that allowed evil into the Garden of Eden and thus started all of the chaos on Earth. Dean eventually asks Castiel to possess Sam to help him force Gadreel out, but Castiel can't do that as he needs Sam's permission.
While waiting to see if it will work, Castiel reassures Dean. Finally, with Crowley's help, Sam expels Gadreel and Castiel heals the wounds he got from the torture, promising to finish Gadreel's healing of him though it will take time. When Dean leaves, Castiel stays with Sam.
In " First Born ," Castiel stays with Sam in the bunker, trying to enjoy human things such as a sandwich but having a hard time as an angel. He also pushes him to make up with Dean.
Castiel has nearly finished healing Sam and when he goes to give him his next treatment, he discovers that Sam still has some of Gadreel's grace inside him. Castiel discovers that they can use the residual grace to track Gadreel from the Men of Letters files and painfully starts extracting the grace from Sam. Castiel soon discovers that losing the grace is causing Sam to start to revert to the state he was in before Gadreel possessed him, but Sam insists they keep going as he wants to make up for his past which Castiel reluctantly agrees to.
Eventually Sam's condition deteriorates badly and Castiel chooses to finish healing him completely, destroying the rest of the grace rather than sacrifice Sam even though they might not have enough grace for the spell.
Castiel explains that being human has taught him that he was wrong in the past about doing whatever it takes to achieve what he wants and that he empathizes with Sam as he is the only one who has screwed up more times than Sam has. With this, Castiel officially loses any remaining disgust he holds towards Sam and his nature. After the spell fails, an appreciative Sam gives a stunned Castiel a hug and he returns it.
Season 10 Following the defeat of Metatron, Castiel begins gathering rogue angels. Sam eventually calls to tell him that Dean is a demon, much to Castiel's discomfort.
After Crowley provides Castiel with extra grace, Castiel rushes to the bunker to rescue Sam from a murderous Dean Winchester.