|Dates||???? – 2014 (killed by Sam Winchester)|
|Episode(s)||10.05 Fan Fiction|
Calliope is a Greek goddess who watches while authors complete their various works and then consumes them. She would conjure creatures based on the works she was following to inspire the author and protect them until their visions were realized. Once realized, Calliope would then consume the author.
Powers and abilities
- Conjuration – Calliope could conjure various creatures based off the works of the artists she was planning to consume.
- Telekinesis – Calliope pinned Sam to a wall with her mind.
- Blessed wooden stake – Stabbing Calliope with a specially blessed wooden stake causes her and her manifestations to explode into purple goo.
Calliope began targeting Marie's play based off of Chuck Shurley's Supernatural books. To this end, she conjured a scarecrow similar to the one in the play who kidnapped Mrs. Chandler and Maggie when they were planning to shut the play down. This drew the attention of Sam and Dean who at first thought it was a Tulpa but realized it was actually her. As Sam was trying to ruin her plans, Calliope had her scarecrow kidnap him too and pinned him to a wall when he attacked her, saying that this play felt especially special to her, possibly because Sam and Dean, the inspiration for the work was there. As she was disgusted with some of the play, she sent in the scarecrow early to get Marie which Dean fought off unsuccessfully. Calliope explains to Sam she chose Supernatural as it has everything including life, death, resurrection, redemption and family and she considered it an epic. As she rants to Sam, Maggie attacks her with a book, breaking her hold on Sam while Mrs. Chandler kicks him his stake. As Calliope turns on Maggie, Sam stabs her in the back with the stake, killing her and causing her and her scarecrow to explode into purple goo.
Calliope in Lore
Calliope was a goddess and the muse of epic poetry in Greek mythology. She was the daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne, she was also believed to be the muse of Homer when he wrote the the Iliad and the Odyssey. The Greek poet Hesiod thought Calliope to be the wisest and most assertive of the Muses.
- When Calliope is killed, her body blows up into purple goo. Purple is said to be a color that encourages creativity, which is appropriate considering she is a muse.