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The highest-ranking angels currently command the lesser-ranking, their former leader God having disappeared and left the angels to protect humanity in His place. Series creator Eric Kripke originally did not want angels to be featured in the series, believing God worked through hunters rather than angels. As Kripke put it, "We had the empire, but we didn't really have the rebellion. Akobel, portrayed by Nils Hognestad, is the Seraphim of the Sixth Choir who married a human, Lily Sunder, in the early twentieth century.

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Castiel and Ishim, the last two angels left, explain that in , Ishim's garrison, then including Castiel, was ordered to kill Akobel for fathering a Nephilim with Lily Sunder and kill the child, May. When confronted by the angels, Akobel ordered Lily to run and attempted to attack Ishim, but was prevented by Castiel. Restrained by Benjamin and Mirabel, Akobel was executed by Mirabel with an angel blade for his crime and May was then killed by Ishim. In the present day, Lily is seeking revenge upon the angels who killed her family. After tracking down Lily, the Winchesters learn the truth from her: Akobel was not May's father and she was in fact human.

Akobel was protecting Lily's family from Ishim who had become obsessed with her. After she rejected him, Ishim murdered Lily's family in revenge and Lily spent the next century hunting down the angels responsible. Despite Castiel saving her life, Lily is left unsure if she can forgive him for his role in the events and the remorseful Castiel promises that if she wants revenge again later, he'll be waiting for her.

Anael is an angel who is described as a low-level functionary portrayed by Danneel Ackles , the wife of Jensen Ackles , who plays Dean Winchester. Anael first appears in "Devil's Bargain" in the guise of her vessel Sister Jo, working as a faith healer. As a faith healer, Anael heals people of their various injuries and aliments in exchange for money.

Anael is found by Lucifer who is seeking out angels to drain their grace in order to recharge his own. Recognizing the rogue archangel, Anael instead convinces Lucifer to take bits of her grace, allow her to recharge and then take some more. In this way, Lucifer recharges his grace and forms a relationship with Anael who reveals that she has many plans to remake Heaven for the better, but has never been taken seriously by the other angels.

The Winchesters and Castiel eventually track down Anael and Lucifer through Sister Jo's credit cards and Anael pretends to comply with them, claiming that Lucifer is extremely weak. In their motel room, Anael aids Lucifer in fighting the Winchesters and Castiel, flinging Sam into a wall. Before Lucifer can kill them, Arthur Ketch appears and throws a demon bomb, causing Lucifer to grab Anael and teleport away.

At Anael's suggestion, Lucifer next visits the Heavenly Portal where he promises to restore the angels' wings and help make new angels if they will bow to him as their undisputed leader. Anael later stands by Lucifer's side as the angels all bow to him in Heaven's Throne Room. Anael appears in "Bring 'em Back Alive" as Lucifer's second-in-command, growing increasingly frustrated with Lucifer's antics. Lucifer eventually admits to Anael that he lied about being able to restore the angels' wings and make new angels and violently lashes out at her, but can't bring himself to kill Anael.

Completely fed up, Anael tells Lucifer that he now has nothing and has lost her too before leaving him alone. Lucifer subsequently abandons Heaven and Anael who is revealed in "Funeralia" to be one of less than a dozen angels left alive in all of creation. Believed dead, this was merely a cover as he left Heaven, taking a number of the weapons with him.

Since faking his own death, he has been on Earth enjoying a rather hedonistic lifestyle. In "The Third Man", the Winchesters discover that three corrupt cops were murdered by the young brother of one of their victims in possession of The Staff of Moses. Balthazar is revealed to have sold it to the boy in return for his soul. During a conflict with Raphael and his henchmen, Balthazar destroys the archangel's vessel with Lot's Salt.

Dean then traps Balthazar in a ring of Holy Fire and forces him to give up the boy's soul. They want to get more from him, but Castiel releases him because he owes him his life.

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Sam uses an Enochian ritual to summon Balthazar, in "Appointment in Samarra". Sam asks him if there is any way to keep a soul out of its body. Balthazar informs him of a ritual that involves him defiling his vessel, his reason for helping Sam being that he would find it useful to have Sam in his debt. He tells Sam that he would need the blood of his father that needn't come from the "father of your blood" , prompting Sam to try to kill Bobby before he is subdued, Dean and Death managing to recover Sam's soul.

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Balthazar transports Sam and Dean to an alternate universe, in "The French Mistake", to evade the angelic hit man Virgil and gives them a key which he claims opens where the weapons he stole from Heaven are stored. This is revealed to have been a ploy by Balthazar and Castiel to allow the latter to retrieve the weapons from their true location while Raphael was distracted.

Balthazar claims he had saved the Titanic simply because he detested the movie and subsequent eponymous song. However, upon confrontation with Fate, Atropos reveals she knows Balthazar is working for Castiel; the saving of the Titanic was to provide additional souls to fund their side in the civil war. Castiel pulls out of the plan to kill Atropos once she threatens the Winchesters, stopping Balthazar from killing her.

When the Winchesters reveal that Castiel is in league with Crowley, in "Let It Bleed", Balthazar agrees to assist the brothers and act as a double agent. He then transports Sam and Dean to where Lisa and Ben are being held captive. In "The Man Who Knew too Much", Balthazar begins to have second thoughts about betraying Castiel, but ultimately continues to assist the brothers.

He informs Dean and Bobby of where the ritual to open the gate to Purgatory will take place.

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Castiel summons Balthazar and reveals that he is aware of his actions, Balthazar is then killed by Castiel. In season 13's "Unfinished Business", an alternate reality version of Balthazar is mentioned to have led one of the Apocalypse World Michael's armies. He was killed in battle by Lucifer's son Jack. An angel portrayed by Adam J. Harrington who after the fall of the angels began gathering other angels into a faction to retake and rule Heaven. Bartholomew is described as being a protege of Naomi and in "I'm No Angel", uses Internet preacher Reverend Buddy Boyle to find vessels for other angels.

Wanting revenge for the expulsion of the angels, Bartholomew sends his followers after Castiel and when he wards himself against angelic detection, rogue Reapers. In "Holy Terror" , Bartholomew has shifted to using Buddy Boyle to target select groups rather than the whole world so he can control who will become a vessel, wanting only his followers to gain vessels. After some of Bartholomew's angels are slaughtered by angels under the command of anarchist Malachi, Bartholomew refuses a meeting with him and starts an angelic civil war between his and Malachi's factions.

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In Captives, Bartholomew has begun destroying all other factions, including peaceful ones as he sees them threats to his power and his men capture Castiel. Bartholomew is pleased by this, having apparently put aside his previous resentment as he is an old friend and ally of Castiel. Bartholomew invites Castiel to join him, having turned all of his human followers into vessels and using their resources to track Metatron when he appears on Earth.

Bartholomew believes with Castiel on his side he can unite all of the angels under his command and retake Heaven, but Castiel refuses to help when he tortures an innocent angel. When Castiel refuses to kill the angel, Bartholomew attacks him, but Castiel overpowers him. Though Castiel has Bartholomew at his mercy, he refuses to kill him as he wants no more angel deaths and lets him go.

Bartholomew refuses to stop however and draws a second angel sword and attacks Castiel while his back is turned. With no other choice, Castiel kills Bartholomew in self-defense with his own sword. Afterwards, several of his followers decide to follow Castiel, having seen a different way in Castiel's refusal to kill him and desire for no more bloodshed. Introduced in season 11 , Billie, portrayed by Lisa Berry, is a reaper first appearing in "Form and Void. Despite Dean having killed Death in the previous season, souls are still required to be collected.

Billie tells Sam that she is tired of seeing him and Dean dying and coming back over and over again, promising them that the next time they die, she will put them into the Empty, where no soul can ever escape. Billie senses that Sam is "unclean in the Biblical sense" and believes that she will be reaping him soon. Though Sam comes close to succumbing to his Rabid infection, he remembers Billie's comment about being "unclean in the Biblical sense" and discovers a cure through holy fire after looking up Biblical purifications.

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In "The Devil in the Details," Billie returns guarding a door into Hell for Crowley , stating that its useful for her to have the King of Hell owe her one in such troubled times. When Dean arrives, Billie lets him in before revealing her identity to him. Billie makes it clear that while she doesn't actually want to kill the Winchesters, she just intends to make sure they remain dead when they do die. Billie gives a Dean a witchcatcher she has located for Crowley and later lets Castiel through the door when he is unexpectedly teleported into the room.

Dean commits suicide through a drug overdose of prescription pills. As a doctor desperately tries to revive Dean, Billie arrives and freezes time to "savor the moment. Though Dean insists that Sam is the only one who can beat the Darkness, Billie expresses disbelief at the idea and tells Dean that even if Sam could defeat the Darkness, she wouldn't bring him back and that "the answer will always be no. Billie unfreezes time and prepares to take Dean to the Empty, but the doctor is able to revive Dean with a shot of adrenaline to the heart.

Disappointed, Billie departs alone. In " Alpha and Omega ," Billie witnesses the Winchesters collecting ghosts at Waverly Hills Sanitorium and follows them back to the Men of Letters bunker where she senses that God is dying.