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==History==
 
==History==
Jules is an [[Apocalypse World]] refugee and [[hunter]] who was sent on a hunt involving missing teenagers and dried-up husk bodies in Wichita, Kansas, which turned out to be caused by a witch. After killing the witch with a [[witch-killing bullet]], Jules brings the lone survivor [[Lora]] to [[the Bunker]] after realizing she has been hexed with an aging spell.
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Jules is an [[Apocalypse World]] refugee who becomes a [[hunter]] after following the Winchesters back through the [[portal]] to Lebanon, Kansas.
  
 
==Episodes==
 
==Episodes==
 
===[[14.03 The Scar]]===
 
===[[14.03 The Scar]]===
Jules arrives at [[the Bunker]] looking for help, explaining to Sam her recent hunt involving a [[witch]] and how [[Lora]] was the only survivor. She reveals that once the witch was killed, Lora's hand began rapidly aging. When [[Castiel]] is unable to heal her, he works with Jules to attempt a fix Lora. Using the ''White Magic Lexicon'' on [[Rowena]]'s suggestion, Jules and Castiel perform a reversal [[spell]] which ends up accelerating the curse on Lora, leading to her death. When Jack realizes that a necklace is what was cursed, he has Jules and Castiel take him to the witch's body where he destroys the necklace and revives Lora, allowing Jules to return Lora to her mother.
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Jules arrives at [[the Bunker]] looking for help, explaining to Sam that her recent hunt involved a [[witch]] and how [[Lora]] was the only survivor of three girls held captive. She reveals that once the witch was killed, Lora's hand began rapidly aging. When [[Castiel]] is unable to heal her, he works with Jules to attempt a fix Lora. Using the ''White Magic Lexicon'' on [[Rowena]]'s suggestion, Jules and Castiel perform a reversal [[spell]] which ends up accelerating the curse on Lora, leading to her death. When Jack realizes that a necklace is what was cursed, he has Jules and Castiel take him to the witch's body where he destroys the necklace and revives Lora, allowing Jules to return Lora to her mother.
  
 
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===[[14.13 Lebanon]]===

Latest revision as of 05:13, 18 October 2019



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Name Jules
Actor Catherine Lough Haggquist
Dates
Location Lebanon, Kansas
Occupation Hunter
Episode(s) 14.03 The Scar
14.19 Jack in the Box
15.02 Raising Hell

History

Jules is an Apocalypse World refugee who becomes a hunter after following the Winchesters back through the portal to Lebanon, Kansas.

Episodes

14.03 The Scar

Jules arrives at the Bunker looking for help, explaining to Sam that her recent hunt involved a witch and how Lora was the only survivor of three girls held captive. She reveals that once the witch was killed, Lora's hand began rapidly aging. When Castiel is unable to heal her, he works with Jules to attempt a fix Lora. Using the White Magic Lexicon on Rowena's suggestion, Jules and Castiel perform a reversal spell which ends up accelerating the curse on Lora, leading to her death. When Jack realizes that a necklace is what was cursed, he has Jules and Castiel take him to the witch's body where he destroys the necklace and revives Lora, allowing Jules to return Lora to her mother.

14.13 Lebanon

Sam mentions that Castiel and Jack are on a hunt with Jules and her crew, and suggests that when they return they can help with cataloging the magical items the boys have recovered.

14.19 Jack in the Box

Following Mary Winchester's death, Jules is one of the hunters to attend her memorial at the Bunker. During the memorial, a wraith disguised as a hunter is suddenly killed by Bobby Singer. Jules leaves shortly afterwards after saying goodbye to Dean.

15.02 Raising Hell

Jules is one of the hunters who responds to Sam's call for help in Harlan, Kansas. She lets the Winchesters know there is a problem after Francis Tumblety and two other ghosts begin trying to use two possessed townspeople as leverage.

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