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Dear old Dad... He finally apologized for abandoning me and whats the very next thing He does?! He ditches me... And you, too, by the way, and rides off into the sunset with auntie Amara.... He needed my help... and He'd say anything to get it... His words, your words, they mean nothing... Don't you get it? This is all meaningless! Heaven. Hell... This world... If it ever meant anything that moment is passed... Nothing down here but a bunch of hopeless distraction addicts... So filled with emptiness, so desperate to fill up the void... They don't mind being served another stale rerun of a rerun of a rerun... You know what my plan is? I don't have one! I'm just going to keep on smashing Daddy's already broken toys, and making you watch!
– Lucifer, 12.07 Rock Never Dies
- 1 History
- 2 Characteristics
- 3 Episodes
- 3.1 3.04 Sin City
- 3.2 Season 4
- 3.3 5.01 Sympathy for the Devil
- 3.4 5.03 Free to Be You and Me
- 3.5 5.04 The End
- 3.6 5.10 Abandon All Hope...
- 3.7 5.19 Hammer of the Gods
- 3.8 5.22 Swan Song
- 3.9 Season 6
- 3.10 Season 7
- 3.11 8.17 Goodbye Stranger
- 3.12 9.11 First Born
- 3.13 11.09 O Brother Where Art Thou?
- 3.14 11.10 The Devil in the Details
- 3.15 11.11 Into the Mystic
- 3.16 11.14 The Vessel
- 3.17 11.15 Beyond the Mat
- 3.18 11.18 Hell's Angel
- 3.19 11.21 All in the Family
- 3.20 11.22 We Happy Few
- 3.21 11.23 Alpha and Omega
- 3.22 12.01 Keep Calm and Carry On
- 3.23 12.02 Mamma Mia
- 3.24 12.03 The Foundry
- 3.25 12.07 Rock Never Dies
- 3.26 12.08 LOTUS
- 3.27 12.12 Stuck in the Middle (With You)
- 3.28 12.13 Family Feud
- 3.29 12.15 Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell
- 3.30 12.17 The British Invasion
- 3.31 12.19 The Future
- 3.32 12.21 There's Something About Mary
- 3.33 12.22 Who We Are
- 3.34 12.23 All Along the Watchtower
- 4 Lucifer in Lore
- 5 See also
- 6 Lucifer in Fandom
- 7 References
Together they battled and defeated the Darkness, an evil older than God. After trapping the Darkness, rather than destroying her and causing a disruption in the Cosmic Balance, God created a Mark to serve as the lock and key to her cage, and gave it to His most trusted archangel -- Lucifer. The Mark eventually began assert a will of its own and began to corrupt Lucifer. 
Lucifer began to argue with his brothers and with God because of his contempt for humanity which was further amplified by the Mark. The arguments became so heated and bitter that Gabriel chose to leave Heaven rather than watch the fighting ensue. According to Lucifer, God commanded His angels to venerate Man, but Lucifer refused and was cast out of Heaven. As an act of defiance, Lucifer twisted a human being's soul to create the first demon, Lilith.
Lucifer had custody of the angel tablet and placed it in one of the special crypts that he had created to store his prized artifacts.
Lucifer was confined against his will in a Cage by God. The Cage could open only if sixty-six of the six hundred seals on the Cage broke. During his confinement demons multiplied, and some worshiped Lucifer as their creator. Some angels also continued to venerate him as their leader.
In 1972, Azazel possessed a priest at St. Mary's Convent and slaughtered eight nuns in the chapel. This sacrifice enabled him, via a nun killed on the chapel's altar, to speak to the imprisoned Lucifer whose Cage was beneath the convent. Lucifer told Azazel that Lilith was needed to break the seals that held him captive in the Cage, and that Azazel had to find a very special child.
Lucifer was freed when the last seal was broken inadvertently by Sam when he killed Lilith. While on Earth, Lucifer, with the help of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, caused chaos and natural disasters. He intended to destroy humanity and kill Michael. Essential to Lucifer's plan was the possession of his destined vessel -- Sam Winchester.
Sam and Dean tried to find a way of defeating Lucifer without giving in to the plans of Heaven. They attempted to kill Lucifer with the Colt but failed. Eventually Sam came up with a plan in which he would allow Lucifer to possess him and then force him into the Cage. The initial attempt failed, but when Lucifer confronted Michael at Stull Cemetery, Sam managed to gain enough control to fling himself and Lucifer into the Cage, pulling Michael and Adam in as well.
After Lucifer's defeat, a group of traditionalist angels, led by Raphael, hoped to release both Lucifer and Michael to complete the Apocalypse as prophesied. When Sam was released from the Cage, his soul remained behind until Death retrieved it.
After the release of the Darkness, Sam experienced visions that he thought were from God, directing him to speak to Lucifer to find a way to overcome the Darkness. With Crowley's help, the three captured Rowena and she used the Book of the Damned to find a way to communicate with Lucifer without opening the Cage.
Lucifer was eventually revealed to be behind the visions Sam received and was working with Rowena to escape. Though Lucifer insisted he could defeat the Darkness, Sam refused to say yes, knowing if Lucifer won he would once more attempt to bring on the Apocalypse. Lucifer was apparently banished back to the Cage, but in reality gained the permission of Castiel to possess him.
Possessing Castiel, Lucifer regained control of Hell and made Crowley his "dog". Posing as Castiel, he aided Sam and Dean in their efforts to retrieve the Hand of God from the USS Bluefin before revealing himself to them. After Lucifer learned that the Hand of God's power was expended, Sam managed to banish him and the Winchesters became determined to free Castiel from Lucifer's control.
With Metatron's help they freed Lucifer, and eventually Chuck and Lucifer reconciled once Chuck apologized. With Lucifer fully on their side, he, the Winchesters, and God worked on a plan to defeat Amara by imprisoning her with the Mark to maintain the Cosmic Balance. With Lucifer being the only available archangel, the group brought in the witches, demonsd and angels to weaken Amara so that God could lock her away again. With the help of Castiel, Lucifer was able to convince the angels to aid in the attack and once Amara was weakened, struck her down with a blow from his spear. However, Amara recovered before God could lock her away again and attacked God. Lucifer rushed to his father's aid, but Amara flung him against a wall and yanked Lucifer from Castiel's body. When Dean checked on Lucifer after the fight, Castiel told him that Lucifer was gone from his body and he didn't know where Lucifer went.
Lucifer survived his expulsion by Amara but was left weakened for a time and began searching for a new vessel. After burning out several people, Lucifer possessed aging rock star Vince Vincente. After a failed attempt by Crowley and Rowena to return him to his Cage, Lucifer kidnapped Rowena and attempted to force her to make Vince his permanent vessel. Instead, Rowena accelerated the decaying process and banished Lucifer to the bottom of the ocean. Lucifer eventually returned after a couple of amateur Satanists tried to summon him and used an old feather to repair Vince temporarily. Believing God used and abandoned him, Lucifer attempted to use Vince to murder innocent people but was stopped by the Winchesters, Crowley, and Castiel. After Vince burned out, Lucifer moved on with no plan but to have fun and destroy everything in his path. After possessing a couple more people and causing more mayhem, Lucifer eventually possessed President Jefferson Rooney and conceived a Nephilim with Rooney's mistress Kelly Kline. Lucifer was ultimately lured into a trap by the Winchesters, Castiel, Crowley, and Rowena, and cast from Rooney by Sam with a hyperbolic pulse generator, forcing him to vacate the president.
Lucifer was once the most beautiful angel in all of existence. God loved him best of all his brothers, even more than Michael. Lucifer was proud. When humanity was created, he was unwilling to accept its place in God's favor (Gabriel described it as the favorite son resenting the new baby). And when God commanded all of Heaven to love His new children more than Himself, Lucifer refused. Lucifer pleaded: "Father, I can't. These humans are flawed. Murderous!" After persistent disobedience, Lucifer was cast out of Heaven.
This enraged Lucifer, and he struck back by taking a human woman, Lilith, and stripping her of her humanity, creating the first demon. This unforgivable affront led to his imprisonment in the Cage after a losing confrontation with his brother Michael. He remained there in isolation for millennia. His goal was to be free from his Cage, and to eradicate humanity, allowing him to restore Earth to its original untainted glory. It is suggested that he would also destroy demons, his own creations, because he considers them less worthy even than humans.
Lucifer claims that he never lies, because he does not have to. He promises his vessels Nick and Sam that he will be honest with them. He also says that he sympathizes with them, both of whom are victims like himself. He goes to some lengths to get Sam's acceptance, sparing Dean's life once, and allowing Sam revenge against some of the demons that controlled his life.
Lucifer shows concern for his fellow angels, though it is the archangels he loves most. He captures Castiel, and admires the lesser angel's loyalty in refusing to reveal the presence of his friends. He invites Castiel to join him, and when Castiel refuses, Lucifer respects his decision. Lucifer is remorseful when forced to kill Gabriel, and disappointed when Michael berates him. When preparing to fight his older sibling in their pre-destined battle, Lucifer pleads with Michael to "walk off the chessboard," but Michael is determined to fulfill his destiny and serve God. Even so, when Castiel molotovs Michael with holy oil, Lucifer is outraged by the attack on his brother and obliterates Castiel.
Gabriel criticizes Lucifer, describing his actions as "one big temper tantrum." Death and Crowley make similar observations, dismissing Lucifer as "Crowley: ...a petulant child with daddy issues." and "Death: ...a bratty child having a tantrum." Nonetheless, Lucifer sees himself as a tragic figure who was punished for being right, dismissing humanity as a defective and savage race even as Gabriel argues that he prefers humanity because they at least try to do better. He refuses to accept any blame for his actions, which as Michael observes, is nothing new, and suggests that God intentionally made Lucifer a devil.
Lucifer can be highly cruel and barbarous to those who get in his way. Despite claiming to be the victim, Lucifer has absolutely no qualms about killing anyone or anything that gets in his way. Evidence of this is in 5.10 Abandon All Hope... where he has an entire town killed, and orders his demon soldiers to kill themselves to raise Death, as well as in 5.19 Hammer of the Gods when he went on a rampage and brutally slaughtered all the pagan gods (except Kali, who was rescued).
After his rescue and meeting God again, Lucifer's personality is more of a petulant child, locking himself in a room at one point after he doesn't get his way. After reconciling with God however, Lucifer is more friendly towards the Winchesters and his father, even attacking Amara in an attempt to save God when he was under attack. 
Throughout the series, Lucifer has taken on a number of different vessels. With Nick and Sam Winchester, Lucifer was up front about who he was and his plans in gaining their consent. After God and Amara take their leave of Earth, however, Lucifer in his anger begins using whatever means he can to get people to become vessels.
- Nick - Lucifer's first and current vessel. Being a plan B vessel, Nick's body was not strong enough to sustain Lucifer, gradually burning out and decaying over the course of season five, held together only through Lucifer's copious consumption of demon blood. Whether Nick died after Lucifer's possession is not known. In season twelve it was revealed Nick's body was located by Crowley, repaired, and warded to make a permanent vessel and prison for Lucifer. With the help of a demon, Drexel, Lucifer was able regain full control of the vessel from Crowley.
- Sam Winchester - Lucifer's true vessel, which was to be used to battle Michael in the Apocalypse. Sam, however, was steadfast in denying Lucifer consent to possess his body until he concocted a plan to wrestle control from Lucifer and jump into the Cage. Sam was unable to initially regain control from Lucifer after possession but in Stull Cemetery, while witnessing Lucifer beating Dean to a bloody pulp, Sam mustered the strength to wrestle control and jump into the Cage, inadvertently dragging Michael and Adam Milligan with him.
- Castiel - When the Darkness was released and Sam began having violent visions of his time in Hell, he came to the conclusion that God was sending him signs that they needed to see Lucifer to understand how to stop Amara. In reality, the visions came from Lucifer himself, who was able to reach through the cracks that the Darkness' release caused in the Cage and make contact with Sam and Rowena. When Lucifer's attempts to coax Sam into agreeing to be his vessel failed, Lucifer began beating on Dean and Castiel in an attempt to force Sam to agree. When he was about to kill Castiel, Castiel consented to being his vessel, believing he was the only one that could stop Amara. While Jimmy Novak's body was a stronger vessel than Nick, Lucifer's possession still brought a toll on it, and it would have eventually burned out. During the final confrontation with the Darkness Lucifer was forcefully ripped out of the vessel by Amara.
- Unnamed vessels - After Amara ripped Lucifer from Castiel's vessel, a weakened Lucifer attempted to find a new host. He first took possession of a random man before burning through an entire family (father, mother, teenage daughter, and teenage son).
- Vince Vincente - After skipping through a series of random and unsuitable hosts, Lucifer found a suitable vessel in Vince Vincente, an aging rocker. Promising he would be with his deceased partner and be able to save his sister, Vince agreed to become Lucifer's vessel. As Vince Vincente, Lucifer began to enjoy life as a rock star, believing it the closest thing to being God on Earth due to the adulation. However, as strong as Vince's body was, it soon began to deteriorate. When Lucifer recruited Rowena to repair Vince's body, she betrayed him, acting instead to accelerate the body's decomposition and banish him to the bottom of the ocean. Lucifer was, however, able to restore his vessel after coming across one of his fossilized feathers as a short-term fix. When his confrontation with the Winchesters, Crowley, and Castiel necessitated his exit, Vince's body immediately rotted away after Lucifer vacated it.
- Wallace Parker - A CEO and billionaire philanthropist, Wallace Parker was Lucifer's first vessel after Vince Vincente, Lucifer having clearly decided to use powerful figures rather than average people as vessels. Parker, like other vessels, proved unsuitable and quickly burned out.
- Archbishop of St. Louis - After Wallace Parker burned out as a vessel, Lucifer jumped to one of Wallace's close friends, the archbishop of St. Louis. However, soon after taking possession a priest realized the archbishop was possessed when he witnessed crosses being inverted in the archbishop's presence. Believing this to indicate a demonic possession, the priest and the rest of the staff attempted an exorcism, which only led to Lucifer brutally slaughtering everyone before leaving the archbishop's decaying body.
- President Jefferson Rooney - Lucifer was able to appeal to President Rooney's devoutly religious views by promising to bring a true era of spirituality to America if he became his vessel. Lucifer continued Rooney's sexual relationship with the president's mistress, Kelly Kline, and was given the idea to sire a child during one of these dalliances. Lucifer was soon found out due to Crowley's connections to the White House/Washington D.C., and in a confrontation in a motel room, Sam was able to force him out of President Rooney's body with the help of a hyperbolic pulse generator from the British Men of Letters. Unbeknownst to everyone in the room, however, Crowley was able to pervert Rowena's spell that would have sent Lucifer back to the Cage, causing it to send him to his lair where Crowley had prepared Lucifer's original vessel, Nick, to contain him.
- In Supernatural, he has been referred to as: the Adversary, the Serpent, Satan, the Devil and the Morning Star. According to Lucifer, the name "the Devil" was a man-given title; humans gave him this title/name for his bad reputation. Lucifer tells Nick that the title doesn't fit and that he was cast down for loving God too much. The name of his first vessel, Nick, is also a common term for Lucifer.
- In fandom, Lucifer is sometimes referred to as "Lucy" or "Luci." In the episode 5.19 Hammer of the Gods, Gabriel greets Lucifer as "Lucy" although this was a play on his name referring to the show I Love Lucy. Balthazar also refers to him as "Lucy" in a conversation with Sam during 6.11 Appointment in Samarra. Sam's hallucination of Lucifer refers to himself as "Luci" in 7.15 Repo Man. In religion he is known as "The Morning Star" after he fell and was sent directly to perdition.
Powers and abilities
- Biokinesis - Can atomize living beings at a subatomic level with the snap of his fingers.
- Dreamwalking - Can enter any human's dreams.
- Healing/Resurrection - Can easily heal wounds and revive the deceased.
- Immune to the Colt (can harm, but not kill).
- Immune to standard angel blades,
- Mental projection - Can mentally project himself and send visions.
- Super strength
- Telelpathy - Can communicate through thought from vast distances.
- Teleportation - Lucifer can teleport himself and others anywhere.
- Time travel - Like all angels, Lucifer can bend time.
- Angel banishing sigil
- Angel suppressing sigil
- Angel trap
- Archangel blade
- Enochian warding sigils
- Hand of God
- Holy oil
- Hyperbolic pulse generator
- Lance of Michael
Lucifer is first mentioned by the demon Casey. Casey claims that demons have a belief system just like humans, but while humans believe in God as a higher power, demons view Lucifer in the same regard. Casey tells Dean Winchester that Lucifer was once an angel, and that his name means "light-bringer." Casey also states that no demon has ever actually seen Lucifer.
Although for different reasons, both members of the Host of Heaven and demons are trying to break the 66 Seals so that Lucifer can be released. Castiel informs Dean that once he is freed, Lucifer will spread chaos, and Hell will follow him. Uriel describes Lucifer as a very powerful archangel who hated humanity and defended the angels by not bowing to it. Uriel wants Lucifer to rise to power again, and tries to recruit other angels to his cause, killing those who refuse. Anna Milton kills Uriel before he can kill Castiel. Zachariah tells Dean that he has a role in stopping the Apocalypse, but eventually reveals that their true plan was to allow Lucifer to be released so that the archangel Michael could kill Lucifer after the Apocalypse had begun.
Demons want to free Lucifer so that he will lead them, and take over the Earth. Ruby tells Sam Winchester that, in an act of defiance, Lucifer created the first demon by corrupting a human soul: Lilith. The demons' plan is set in motion in 1972, when Azazel manages to speak to Lucifer through the door of the Cage, which opens at St. Mary's Convent, in Ilchester, Maryland. According to Ruby, Lilith is the only one who can break the final seal and free Lucifer.
The truth is, Lilith herself is the seal, and her death breaks it. This is only revealed after Ruby manipulates Sam into killing Lilith, finally freeing Lucifer.
Lucifer is released from his Cage and immediately seeks out a suitable vessel to inhabit. He finds a widower named Nick, whose wife and child were butchered by a man that broke into their home. Lucifer causes Nick to hallucinate. Nick, lying in bed, finds himself covered in blood. He jumps up and turns on the light; the blood is gone, but his dead wife appears by the bed. Later, while boxing up his child's things, he hears crying over the baby monitor, and sees blood dripping from his child's crib. In a dream, Lucifer comes to Nick in the form of his wife, and asks his consent to act as a vessel. He promises to avenge the deaths of Nick's family if Nick will give in to him. Nick agrees. White light engulfs the room as he enters Nick's body.
At the beginning of the episode, a sleeping Sam rolls over and sees his long-deceased girlfriend Jessica lying beside him. He embraces the illusion, and they discuss her death and Sam's fate. She says she is trying to protect him from himself. At the end of the episode, in a dream, they speak again. She tells him he cannot change and he insists that he can, that there is reason to hope. Her voice and form change. Sam turns around, and sitting beside him is Lucifer. Lucifer cannot come to Sam's location directly because of the runes that Castiel carved onto Sam's ribs, and Sam will not tell him where he is. Lucifer explains that Sam was present during his rising not only to kill Lilith, but to serve as his vessel. Nick is only acting as an improvised vessel for the time being; he is not strong enough, and can barely contain him. It is Sam that Lucifer needs. Sam threatens to kill himself, but Lucifer assures him that he would be resurrected. Lucifer shows Sam sympathy, but assures Sam that in the end, he will consent. He then vanishes.
Sam. My heart breaks for you. The weight on your shoulders. What you've done. What you still have to do. It is more that anyone could bear. If there was some other way... but there isn't.
– Lucifer, 5.03 Free to Be You and Me
Why would I want to destroy this stunning thing? Beautiful in a trillion different ways. The last perfect handiwork of God. Ever hear the story of how I fell from grace? [...] You know why God cast me down? Because I loved him more than anything. And then God created... you. The little hairless apes. And then he asked all of us to bow down before you: to love you more than him. And I said; "Father, I can't." I said, "These human beings are flawed. Murderous." And for that, God had Michael cast me into Hell. Now tell me: does the punishment fit the crime? Especially when I was right. Look what six billion of you have done to this thing. And how many of you blamed me for it?
– Lucifer, 5.04 The End
Through a street preacher, Zachariah finds Dean and sends him five years into the future so that Dean can see the repercussions which will follow if he refuses to be Michael's vessel. In the year of 2014, Dean travels with the older version of himself, Future!Dean, and a battalion of other hunters, including Future!Castiel, to Detroit to confront the Devil. In this future, Sam consented to serve as a vessel, and the world is ending. Future!Dean tries to use the Colt on Lucifer, but he snaps Future!Dean's neck with his heel. Lucifer, wearing Sam, tells the Dean of the past that he does not want to destroy the world, but to rid it of an imperfection. He insists that he was unfairly cast out. Dean, however, dismisses Lucifer's claims, informing Lucifer that, for all his fine words, he is nothing more than a bigger version of the thing that Dean has been squashing all his life. Dean vows to return to the past and stop this, but Lucifer tells Dean that Sam will always consent to him in Detroit; no matter what they do, Sam will become his vessel. Zachariah then retrieves Dean and he returns to his current year.
Lucifer is in Carthage, Missouri, on a mission to summon Death, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. He manages to trap Castiel inside a ring of holy oil and his demons trap Sam, Dean, Jo, and Ellen. Lucifer speaks to Castiel, asking him whether he came with the Winchesters. Castiel lies that he came alone, but Lucifer is not fooled, though he admires the other angel's loyalty. Castiel asks about his vessel, which is breaking down slowly. Lucifer invites Castiel to join him, reasoning that as two of Heaven's castoffs they are on the same side, and Heaven will hunt Castiel if they manage to defeat Lucifer. Castiel refuses. Meg approaches her father, asking what to do with the Winchesters, and Lucifer tells her to leave them be, and gives her a reassuring touch.
Lucifer begins conducting the ritual to free Death. The Winchesters locate him, and while Sam distracts him, Dean shoots him in the head with the Colt. He crumples to the ground, but after a few moments reawakens, and slowly gets to his feet. He flings Dean against a tree and continues work on the ritual. When Sam asks him about the missing townspeople, Lucifer reveals that the women and children are in the mass grave he has been filling in, and that all the men are possessed. He tries to convince an aghast Sam that it was necessary and insists that Sam should understand what he is doing, as someone who has always been out of place in his own family.
Lucifer completes the ritual by commanding the demons around him to sacrifice themselves. Castiel, who has managed to escape, takes Sam and Dean away. Lucifer sees, but does not interfere. He turns and greets Death.
Lucifer arrives at the hotel where the pagan gods are gathered after getting a call from Mercury. His vessel is further degraded. He accuses Mercury of being a traitor and slaughters the other gods. He is about to kill Kali when Gabriel who has been posing as Loki for millennia and formed an attachment to Kali and the Winchesters in that guise, intervenes. He tells Lucifer that he has no legitimate grievance, he is only jealous that humanity replaced him in God's affections. Gabriel says he is not on Lucifer's side or Michael's but that he has come to agree with God, that humanity is better than them, noting that many of them try to overcome their flaws where the angels are content to repeat their mistakes. Gabriel then tries to stab Lucifer from behind, using an illusion to keep him distracted, but Lucifer sees through the charade and impales his brother with the angel blade. Lucifer stands over his brother's body, crying.
After their escape, Sam and Dean play a porn DVD Gabriel gave Dean. In it Gabriel tells them they may be able to re-imprison Lucifer, and that the keys capable of opening and then re-imprisoning him in Lucifer's Cage are the rings of Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. He says that Lucifer does not know about them.
Sorry if it's a bit chilly. Most people think I burn hot. It's actually quite the opposite.
– Lucifer, 5.22 Swan Song
Sam and Dean track Lucifer to Detroit, Michigan, with the intention of tricking the Devil back into his cage. Lucifer waits for them in a dilapidated building with his demon subordinates. He has two of them escort Dean and Sam, prepared with demon blood, into his presence. Sam makes a show of bargaining, but Lucifer stops him, revealing that he knows about the rings, and Sam's plan. All the same, Sam moves forward, and says "yes" to Lucifer. The archangel abandons his vessel to enter Sam. For a moment, the two are incapacitated, giving Dean time to open the portal to Lucifer's Cage using the Horsemen's Rings. Sam appears to be in control, and attempts to throw himself into the portal, but Lucifer reveals that he controls Sam, and is only messing with Dean. He closes the gate, takes the Horsemen's rings, and teleports to another location.
He speaks to Sam, and allows Sam to speak, by looking in a mirror.
Lucifer: I've been waiting for you a long time [...] I'm not the bad guy here [...] I'm your real family [...] Who are you really angry with? Me? Or that face you see in the mirror?
Sam: I'm gonna rip you apart from the inside out!
Lucifer: Such anger, young Skywalker.
The next day, Lucifer appears in Stull Cemetery, the place of his final confrontation with Michael. He tries to reason with Michael by questioning God's purpose, and blaming him for making him into Satan. He insists that he does not want to kill his brother, but will fight to the death if he must. Michael refuses to back down and is determined to be a "good son" to their Father. Before they can begin their battle, Dean arrives in the Impala and demands to speak with Sam, but Lucifer testily refuses. Michael orders Dean to leave but is unexpectedly banished when Castiel throws a molotov cocktail of holy oil at him.
Outraged that Castiel would strike his brother, Lucifer snaps his fingers and obliterates him. He then attacks Dean, prompting Bobby to shoot Lucifer several times without effect; Lucifer responds by telekinetically snapping Bobby's neck. The archangel continues to hit Dean, promising to break every one of his bones before killing him. As he raises his fist to strike, Lucifer catches sight of an old army toy stuck in the backseat ashtray of the Impala, which Sam put there in his childhood. Suddenly, Lucifer is overwhelmed as memories bring Sam to the surface, and his love for Dean allows Sam to momentarily take control of the Devil. Sam re-opens the portal. Before he can throw himself in, Michael arrives, arguing that he must fight Lucifer, that it is his destiny to do so, but Sam closes his eyes and falls backwards into the doorway. Michael grabs hold of him to stop him from falling, but is pulled in with his brother and the two plummet into the abyss together. The Cage closes behind them, leaving the red hot rings behind.
Dean believes that the resurrected Sam might still being hosting Lucifer, which would explain his emotionless behavior. However, Castiel later dissuades him, saying, "If Lucifer escaped the cage, we would have felt it," indicating that something else is wrong with Sam. Later, through an extremely painful procedure, Castiel determines that when Sam was raised from Lucifer's Cage, his soul was somehow left behind. Castiel speculates that Lucifer and Michael are probably abusing his soul, as they see their imprisonment as Sam's fault. Castiel thinks that the restoration of Sam's badly damaged soul would cause irrevocable physical and mental harm. When Death returns Sam's soul, he erects a mental wall that prevents Sam from remembering his experiences in Hell.
Lucifer does not physically appear, rather a hallucination of Lucifer manifests to torment Sam after the mental wall in Sam's mind is destroyed by Castiel, causing all the memories of the Cage to come flooding back to Sam.
It is revealed that Lucifer has a series of crypts buried around the world containing important things, including the angel tablet. Only those closest to him know their locations, including Azazel, so when Crowley goes after the tablet, he tortures Meg for the locations as she knew from her time with Azazel. Eventually Dean and Castiel find the tablet in an angel-proofed box in one of his crypts.
When Dean and Crowley try to hunt down the location of the First Blade, their location spell takes them to the residence of the demon Cain. After fighting off a small wave of demons that were able to track Dean and Crowley, Cain tells Dean that the First Blade will only work with the Mark of Cain. Cain then tells them the story of how he came to get the Mark, that it wasn't God that his brother Abel was speaking to, but rather Lucifer. Unable to watch his brother become the corrupted "pet" of Lucifer, Cain makes a deal: Abel's soul in Heaven for Cain's soul in Hell. Lucifer accepts, but only if Cain is the one to kill Abel. And with that the Knights of Hell were born.
After having a vision of being face-to-face with Lucifer in the Cage, Sam convinces Dean to go along with his plan to visit Lucifer's Cage once more. They meet with Crowley under a bridge, who tells them there may be a way to communicate with Lucifer and protect Sam through the Book of the Damned. Crowley has his minions track Rowena down, and makes a deal with her to find a spell to let them to communicate with Lucifer without opening the Cage. When Rowena is able to decode the proper spell, Sam, Crowley, and Rowena journey to the furthest reaches of Hell; there in "limbo" Rowena successful performs the spell. As the holy fire around the warded cage rises higher and higher, Lucifer suddenly appears in the shadows with glowing red eyes. As he steps from the shadows, he appears in the form of Nick. After exchanging pleasantries with Crowley, he notices Sam. Sam tells him of the Darkness being released and presses Lucifer for information. Lucifer questions Sam about the whereabouts of God; Sam tells him he believes God has been communicating to him through visions, and the visions tell Sam to seek Lucifer. Lucifer tells Sam what he knows of the Darkness: that she is powerful, but lacks God's experience, and that obviously God wants him to help stop the Darkness like he did before. When Sam realizes that Lucifer is seeking to use him as a vessel to get topside, Sam outright refuses. Lucifer keeps pressing him that this is what God wants, but Sam still refuses. As Sam begins to walk away, the illuminated spell-work on the cage begins to fade; Sam turns and sees the fire around the cage is dying. As the flames extinguish a panicked Crowley asks what is happening, and is whisked away by Rowena.
Lucifer motions for Sam to come closer and suddenly Sam is in the cage with Lucifer. Sam, terrified, backs into the corner of the cage; as Lucifer approaches, he puts up his hands in a defensive motion. Sam takes a deep breath; his terror replaced by his stoic faith, telling Lucifer this is what God told him would happen, and he is going to have to go with it. However, it is then that Lucifer reveals to Sam that when the Darkness was released, the impact was massive enough it reached Hell and damaged the Cage, and through the fissures he was able to reach out and communicate with Sam by implanting visions of the Cage in his head. He tells Sam that God was never with him. Lucifer turns to look at Sam, smiling, satisfied. The fear has returned to Sam’s face. Sam shakes his head, in disbelief as a single tear rolls down his face.
Sam remains defiant after Lucifer reveals his machinations, telling him he is ready for the taunting and torture. But Lucifer tells Sam that, despite the suffering he could inflict, he doesn't want to hurt Sam. Instead Lucifer tells him he has an offer for Sam he can't refuse, and touches Sam's forehead, engulfing the two in light. The two are transported to a park, a memory from Sam's childhood, from when Sam was a teenager and made out with a classmate. When Sam questions Lucifer why they are there, Lucifer reveals it's to show who Sam used to be: bold, decisive, and a hero -- things Lucifer tells Sam he isn't anymore. Next Lucifer takes Sam to Stull Cemetery, where they witness the fight with Michael. Here, Lucifer tells Sam that while he doesn't like him, he respects him for being able to beat him. Finally Lucifer takes Sam to the moment he and Amelia Richardson learned that her husband, Don Richardson, was still alive. Lucifer admonishes Sam for not looking for Dean. Sam defends himself for his choice, but Lucifer brings up how Sam didn't close the Gates of Hell because of Dean, and how he would do anything to save Dean, no matter the consequences. Lucifer concludes their trip down memory lane by telling Sam in order to defeat the Darkness, he has to be ready to die and has to be prepared to see the ones he loves die, something which Lucifer doesn't believe is in Sam to do anymore.
Back in the holding cell, Lucifer tries to get Sam to say yes, by reminding him that Gabriel and Raphael are dead, God is MIA, and Michael is in no shape to fight anything. Sam, steadfast, refuses Lucifer. This angers Lucifer, causing him to change his tactics and begin beating on Sam. In the waiting room, Dean is able to hear the fight going on, and runs to Sam with Castiel in tow. They arrive at the cage, and are zapped inside by Lucifer. Castiel produces an angel blade from his sleeve, but before he can attack, Lucifer tells them their fight needs ambiance and snaps his fingers which causes the song "Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel" to be piped in. He begins to dance a bit before Castiel finally attacks him. The two fight, while Dean rushes to Sam, to tell him they need to last five minutes against Lucifer. Sam and Dean join the fight, however their punches have no effect on Lucifer, who easily shrugs them off. Lucifer grabs Dean by the throat and threatens Sam to say "yes" or watch Dean die. Before Sam can do anything Castiel rushes Lucifer, freeing Dean. As Lucifer beats on Castiel in the corner, he asks him for any last words and disappears in flash of white light.
Later, in the waiting room, while Crowley and Rowena are having a moment together, Castiel appears in the room. His body language slowly starts to change and he proclaims himself to be Lucifer. Shocked, Crowley wishes to know how it's possible, as Rowena completed the spell. Before Lucifer was going to strike Castiel down, Castiel asked if he really could beat the Darkness; when Lucifer said he could, Castiel consented to being possessed, anchoring Lucifer, causing Rowena's spell to not work. As Crowley tries to flee, Lucifer flings him to the wall and approaches Rowena. He removes the witchcatcher from her neck and tells her she deserves a reward for her help in freeing him. As Lucifer closes in seemingly to kiss Rowena, he asks her if anyone else is capable of opening the Cage. When Rowena tells him only she is capable, he snaps her neck, twisting it around her body. Lucifer sighs and takes a seat in front of Crowley, telling him they need to chat.
The newly-freed Lucifer attempts to soak in his freedom by visiting a park and feeding some ducks. He takes a seat on a bench and looks around at the people in the park, when he notices an angel, Nithael, walking in the distance. He raises himself up and begins walking down a nature trail, eventually stopping to admire a tree and the beauty of nature as Nithael catches up to him with his angel blade drawn. As Nithael attempts to attack Lucifer, Lucifer halts him, telling him he comes in peace and that he is their only hope in stopping the Darkness after Heaven's failed attempt to smite her. He says he is here to save them all, "Lucifer ex machina." Nithael tells Lucifer that the Darkness cannot be destroyed, but he can, and goes for an attack. Lucifer snaps his fingers, blowing Nithael up, killing him.
When Dean needs to retrieve some gold blades from the Bunker, he is surprised to find "Castiel" rummaging through files. Lucifer tells Dean that he is looking for a spell to use on Amara, telling Dean he had a shot when she was weak, but failed to kill her. Dean admits to "Castiel" that he had two shots at killing Amara and failed. Lucifer tells Dean that they are connected by the Mark of Cain, but Dean tells him there is more to it. Lucifer questions if it is an attraction; Dean isn't sure how to label it, but tells him he is scared. Lucifer comforts Dean, telling him they will find a way to stop Amara. Before Dean leaves he has "Castiel" promise to keep what they talked about between them. Lucifer agrees, smirking as Dean leaves.
An uninterested Lucifer is holding court with demons in Crowley's Lair, when the demon Simmons steps forward asking for some form of direction so they can track Amara down. She is interrupted by a caged Crowley. Lucifer, having broken Crowley and made him his "dog," wishes to hear what he has to say. Some time later, demons arrive with a cache of weapons from Lucifer's Crypts, of which the meager amount of weaponry annoys Lucifer. As he speaks with Crowley, he reveals that he knows Crowley is only faking loyalty and is just waiting for the opportunity to regain the throne. While they talk, they are interrupted by a phone call from Dean, which forces him to put on his "Cas voice."
At the Bunker, Lucifer tells Sam and Dean that the Hand of God may be just what they need to stop the Darkness and tells them he can take them back to 1944 to retrieve it from the sub. While Sam protests the risks of time travel, Dean insists it's their best plan. Lucifer assures Sam he won't leave Dean's side before they depart. Due to the sub being warded against all supernatural interference, Lucifer is not able to make it past the hull and has to leave Dean alone in the sub. Lucifer informs Sam about what happened. Sam realizes there may be a way to break through the warding with a spell, only to realize that the spell would require the power of an archangel.
Sometime later, Sam finds "Castiel" preparing the "spell of gathering." While Sam insists its a waste of time, "Castiel" tells him he is stronger than he thinks. Sam instead asks him to tap into his soul for power to make the trip back for Dean. This causes Lucifer to finally break and begin laughing, revealing his true self to Sam. He proceeds to pin Sam to the wall, questioning why he has sparing him, given he will never become his vessel again. He tells Sam he will touch his soul, and when he blows Sam's guts all over the Bunker he will tell Dean how much Sam insisted on it despite the danger. Lucifer then places his hand inside Sam, touching his soul. As Sam passes out from the pain, Castiel is able to wrestle control to keep Lucifer from killing Sam. He tells Sam he can't eject Lucifer, because he is the only one that can retrieve Dean. Lucifer regains control and travels back to 1944 to get Dean. Once back at the Bunker with the Hand of God, Sam warns Dean that it's not Cas, leading to Lucifer pinning Dean to the wall. As he picks up the Hand of God, he is dismayed to find that it has been "kicked" due to Delphine using it to destroy the German destroyer. Dean taunts Lucifer, causing him to advance on Dean, however Sam had drawn an angel banishing sigil with his blood and activates it before Lucifer can get to Dean.
Lucifer is in Crowley's Lair directing the various demons on finding leads on another Hand of God artifact. He notices Crowley off to the side scrubbing the floor with a tooth brush. He asks him if he has anything to add; when Crowley doesn't Lucifer tells him to return to his task, only using his tongue to lick the floor instead.
Crowley makes his escape with the help of Simmons, and makes his way to his lock-up. Lucifer reveals that his escape was a ruse and he had Simmons break him out so he could get his hands on the Rod of Aaron. Lucifer first threatens the pain he will inflict on Crowley before turning his attention to the crate which holds the rod, only to find it is empty, and that Crowley is in possession of the weapon. Crowley uses the Rod of Aaron to smack Lucifer across the room and as he begins to absorb the power, he focuses his attack on Lucifer. Simmons, however, throws herself in front of the blast, protecting Lucifer. When Crowley attempts to blast Lucifer again, he finds that he has used all the rod's power and is sent flying back by Lucifer. Before Lucifer can finish Crowley off, he finds that he has escaped.
After sending his demons on a worldwide search for Crowley, Lucifer enters Heaven where he meets and kills Jofiel. He gathers the rest of the angels to talk them into trusting his aid in the coming battle with the Darkness, citing again that he was right about how bad humans were. The angels eventually agree to listen to his command, but an attack from the Darkness disturbs everyone in Heaven.
Later on, Sam, Dean, Crowley, and Rowena summon Lucifer to a church with the promise of giving him the Horn of Joshua. Sam ignites a ring of holy fire around the archangel once he arrives, as Dean uses an angel suppressing sigil to get Castiel to talk to them. Lucifer proves too powerful for the sigils to work, and they eventually fail. Desperate, Crowley decides to enter the vessel to try and speak with Castiel himself. Unfortunately, Castiel has lost most interest in the war, allowing Lucifer (in the form of Nick) to approach Crowley and attack him. Just as Lucifer is about to kill Crowley up against a wall, Sam and Dean exorcise Crowley, thus saving his life. Lucifer takes back control of the vessel and approaches the brothers, since the wardings have worn off.
He is interrupted in his torturing of Sam and Dean when Amara bursts in, looking for Rowena, who had been assisting the brothers. Having taken the Horn of Joshua, Lucifer attacks Amara with it. The weapon combined with Lucifer's powers prove too weak to even harm the Darkness. Amara brings Lucifer towards her and takes him elsewhere for a "nice long chat." Amara tells a bloodied Lucifer that she is going to use "God's favorite, his first son" as bait, brushing aside his suggestion that they could work together against God. She proceeds to torture the archangel, causing Lucifer to begin screaming in agony.
In an old grain silo, Lucifer continues to be tortured by Amara who knocks him out after his continued mockery of her. Amara then broadcasts a message to Dean, telling him she knows God is back and that if he comes into contact with Him, to let Him know that Lucifer is in bad shape as is his vessel, Castiel.
Dean distracts Amara, while Sam and Metatron locate Lucifer with the help of the new prophet Donatello Redfield. Lucifer mocks the group but agrees to help the Winchesters defeat Amara due to the torture she inflicted upon him. Lucifer also promises to set aside his differences with God as the conflict with Amara is a greater issue. Metatron frees Lucifer from his magical bindings, but Lucifer is unable to teleport them out. After Donatello senses Amara coming, he, Sam, and Lucifer flee in the Impala while Metatron stays behind, ultimately sacrificing himself to buy them time to get away.
As they make their way down the road, Amara appears in the middle of it and traps the group. Amara prepares to kill the three, but the Impala is unexpectedly teleported to the Men of Letters Bunker. There, God explains that He rescued them from Amara. Weak and leaning heavily on a door frame, Lucifer sees God for the first time since his imprisonment in the Cage and the two greet each other for the first time in millennia, commenting on how much the other has changed. God then waves His fingers and heals all of Lucifer's injuries from Amara's torture, stunning him.
Lucifer and God's reunion quickly devolves into bickering between father and son, with Chuck blocking Lucifer's powers as a safeguard. Incensed that God will not apologize to him, Lucifer storms off and locks himself inside Sam's room, telling Sam and Dean that he won't come out until God comes to him. Lucifer eventually agrees to have a sit-down with Chuck, but Chuck's passive aggressive apology to Lucifer does not defuse the situation as Lucifer accuses Him of betrayal. He tells Chuck that as soon as the Mark changed him, he was discarded. However, Chuck tells Lucifer that the Mark didn't change him, it only made him more of what was already there, e.g. his disdain for humanity. As the animosity between the two intensifies, Lucifer tells God He forsook him. Chuck admits He did, but tells Lucifer that He was supposed to love all creation equally, but Lucifer was always His favorite, which was the reason why he was given the Mark in the first place. He tells Lucifer that He hated Himself for Lucifer's corruption and chose to punish. Finally he tells Lucifer that He is sorry. With Lucifer and God having forgiven each other, the group formulates a plan of attack, with Lucifer heading off to Heaven to get the angels to help in the fight against the Darkness, going so far as to give control back to Castiel to try and win the angels over.
With a plan in place, the group meets in an abandoned power station to finally face off with Amara. As Amara is attacked by Rowena, Crowley and his demons, and the angels in Heaven, Lucifer waits inside the station listening to Amara's screams. As Amara enters the building, Lucifer charges up behind her with a yell and spears her through. As Amara cries out, Lucifer pulls the spear out, prompting Amara to fall, but before he can stab her again God stops Lucifer. As Amara gives up and prepares for Chuck to kill her, Chuck reveals that He is going to imprison her again; not wanting to be locked up again Amara fights back. Lucifer charges her from behind again, but Amara flings him hard against a support pillar across the room and forcefully rips him from his vessel, leaving Castiel unconscious.
Following the battle with Amara, Dean checks on Lucifer only to find Castiel back in control of his vessel. Castiel tells Dean that Lucifer is gone from him and he doesn't know where the fallen archangel has gone.
Having survived Amara's attack on him, Lucifer reclaims his rule of Hell and begins searching for a new vessel. However, Lucifer has been severely weakened by Amara's attack on him and quickly burns through his vessels, using Jervis and another demon to clean them up afterwards. Crowley hunts Lucifer in hopes of killing him while he's weakened to regain control of Hell and solidify his control of it, but Lucifer burns through his current vessel before Crowley can track him down.
Lucifer finds a new potential vessel in aging rock star Vince Vincente. Much as he did with Nick, Lucifer creates hallucinations to convince the depressed musician to give him permission to possess his body. Vince does so after Lucifer makes Vince believe he'll be reunited with his late lover. Lucifer quickly gets comfortable in his new vessel, being interrupted only once by one of Vince's band mates. After Lucifer informs the rocker that he won't be going to rehearsal, telling him he has plans, the band mate grows annoyed but Lucifer knocks him out of the room. Lucifer then smugly reminds him that he told him he had plans.
Lucifer quickly travels to Crowley's Lair where he confronts the former King of Hell. He marches up to the demon and tells him to get off of his furniture but Crowley just mocks Lucifer for his choice in a new vessel. Crowley then offers Lucifer a deal, telling him that Lucifer would be better off running Heaven in God's absence and should allow Crowley to deal with the demons. Lucifer seems to consider it for a moment before reminding Crowley that he could smite him into oblivion. Before it escalates, Rowena appears and puts a paralysis spell on Lucifer's vessel. Lucifer assures Crowley that the spell won't hold him for long before Crowley splashes acid into Lucifer's face, wanting to damage his vessel so Rowena could exorcise him and send him back to the Cage. Lucifer overcomes the magic, however, showing off his wings before healing his vessel's injuries. Crowley flees in fear while Lucifer takes Rowena captive.
Lucifer pays Vince's sister Wendy a visit and heals her of her paralysis as part of the agreement he made to get Vince's permission. Seeing that his new vessel is already beginning to show signs of decay, he orders Rowena to cast a spell that will ensure he can keep using Vince, as he finds that the vessel suits him. However, during the ritual, Rowena instead speeds up Vince's degrading process, much to Lucifer's fury. He proclaims that Rowena can't destroy him; Rowena agrees, and sends both Lucifer and his rotting vessel to the bottom of the ocean.
Lucifer is drawn to a fossilized feather from his wings, which is in the possession of young wannabe satanists. Lucifer teleports to them, and uses the feather to temporarily heal his rotting vessel, which has deteriorated even more from his time in the ocean. One of the satanists recognizes him as Vince Vincente and Lucifer realizes that he could gain devotion using his vessel's fame. He travels to Los Angeles and quickly begins to boost Vincente's fame. He tests out the devotion of those close to Vince, even convincing a groupie to harm herself for him. When Lucifer is threatened by a music producer after he fails to properly portray Vince, he casually kills the producer and goes to a show his band is putting on for publicity. However, he notices that his vessel is beginning to decay again when he arrives.
Before the show, Lucifer tries to kill the rest of Vince's band but is interrupted by Castiel and Crowley. They ask why he's parading around as a rock star and he explains that it's fun, not having to deal with the baggage of being the devil. He easily overpowers and beats down both Castiel and Crowley before taking the stage in front of a cheering crowd, where Sam and Dean are waiting. Lucifer prepares to slaughter the crowd but Dean fires a gun, forcing the crowd out. Lucifer keeps the Winchesters inside, surprised to see them. When Dean tries to use binding handcuffs on him, he easily melts them off of his wrists. He stops another attack from Castiel before being questioned about why he is doing this after making up with God.
Lucifer explains that God apologized for abandoning him only to leave again immediately after. He felt that God used him to help defeat Amara but only for that purpose. Furious, Lucifer declares that there's no point in any of their actions anymore, that there is nothing of God's creation except people looking for distractions. He declares that he is going to just keep on smashing God's toys and making the Winchesters watch because he has nothing better to do. Vince's body begins to completely burn out, with Lucifer having overexerted himself inside of it. Lucifer doesn't mind though, saying he would just go "onward and upward" and he leaves the rock star's body for good. With Vincente dead, Sam points out that Lucifer was dangerous when he had a motive, but now he could be even more dangerous just having fun.
Lucifer jumps into billionaire Wallace Parker, but his vessel soon deteriorates, forcing him to take possession of the archbishop of St. Louis. When a young priest notices crosses becoming inverted in the archbishop's presence, he gathers the other priests and nuns to perform an exorcism on Lucifer, which does not work and forces Lucifer to slaughter everyone before his vessel burns out. Lucifer next finds his way to the President of the United States, Jefferson Rooney, and convinces him to become his vessel for the good of the country. After possessing the president, Lucifer speaks to the owner of his vessel in order to better understand how to properly portray him. A secret service agent notices Lucifer alone in the room talking to himself and confronts him. Seeing Lucifer's eyes flash red, Lucifer then kills the agent. After posing as the president and sitting in on briefings, Lucifer has intercourse for the first time with one of the presidential staff members, a woman named Kelly Kline.
While the two are speaking in bed after Lucifer's first time, Kelly gave Lucifer the idea to make a child when she tells him that he would make an amazing father. The two continue their secret relationship and eventually conceive a Nephilim which is sensed by Castiel as a massive surge of celestial energy more immense than what would be produced by any typical angel. Lucifer then has his secret service agents track and detain the Winchesters, telling them they are cult members trying to assassinate him. Crowley teleports to Kelly and brings her to the Winchesters so that they can convince the mother of Lucifer's child to lure him out of the compound to the motel room so that they can exorcise him. Kelly tells Lucifer that she does not want to keep his child and Lucifer begins to strangle her. Sam bursts in the room from the bathroom and activates the hyperbolic pulse generator, beating Lucifer back. On Dean's signal, Rowena begins the spell to send Lucifer's essence back to the Cage. Eventually, the strain from the pulse generator forces Lucifer to vacate the president.
After saving Castiel's life, Crowley returns to his throne room where a voice begins mocking him about working with the Winchesters, and how they will eventually kill him like they have done to every demon before him. Crowley, on his throne, calls him a "dog" and tells him to shut his mouth. Lucifer replies that that's not his name, as his eyes glow red.
Crowley tells Lucifer, who is imprisoned in a cell in his lair, that he had a dozen of his most loyal study the Cage at the molecular level to replicate the material and make the chains that bind him. He was also able to recover Nick's body, repaired it, and improved it to make it a suitable permanent vessel for Lucifer who tells him that it will not end well for Crowley. After realizing that Crowley has a son, he asks him for advice since he was also about to become a dad.
He is later seen mentally contacting Dagon.
Lucifer is threatening to destroy Crowley who is still gloating over how he was able to imprison him. He was later interrupted by a pair of demons who arrived to catch him up with soul deals. He places a gag on Lucifer to keep him quiet, but the act with the two demons turns out to be a ruse to discover what Crowley was keeping from them. They were able to pickpocket Crowley and take the key to Lucifer's chains. They were able to discover that Lucifer was chained up and they offer to release him if he complies to their demands. After the chains were removed, Lucifer betrays them and turns one of them into dust. He tells the other to understand that he has to get rid of all the witnesses, which he accepts by offering his life to Lucifer, which made him uncomfortable stating that he "made it weird" before exploding him too.
After Crowley was able to help Sam and Dean deal with Ramsey, he finds Lucifer on his throne. He attacks Crowley and powers himself up threatening to destroy him, but Crowley was able to deactivate Lucifer's powers and effectively torture him with a snap of his fingers. Crowley reveals that he was able to carve the spell-work from the Cage into every molecule of Nick's body so he can try to make him into his slave.
Lucifer is seen mentally communicating with Dagon to check in on his son. After she tells him that he and "the container" are fine, he reminds her to keep it up and not to fail her again. He is seen giving Crowley submission by licking the floors because he tries to convince him that it's better than going back to the Cage with Michael, who is still catatonic. Crowley presents him to the rest of his hench-demons to earn their respect and show that he was able to tame the Devil, but Lucifer quietly tells them that he is the real king, not Crowley.
A demon named Drexel was later seen looking for a way to deactivate the security system in Nick's body. He tells Lucifer that a demon named Spivak designed everything in Nick's body, but Crowley killed him to safeguard its secrets. Drexel tells Lucifer that he can try to disarm it as fast as he could, and Lucifer tells him to do it soon since he is going stir-crazy and he is about to become a father.
After Castiel escaped her grasp with Kelly Kline, Dagon tries to tell Lucifer that everything is fine, but he is able to sense that she is lying and demands that she tell him what happened. After she told him about how the angels, specifically Cass, retrieved Kelly, Lucifer screams which makes Dagon bend down in pain. He threatens to take back his promise to her, giving her a place by his side, and make her suffer for all eternity if she fails to retrieve Kelly and his son.
Drexel is still inspecting Nick's body to find a way to deactivate the security system, but Drexel hides behind the door when Crowley enters the cell. Crowley tells him that he is planning to use him as a weapon against his enemies, specifically Dr. Hess. He also tells Lucifer that Dagon was killed, his son is being protected by Cass, and Crowley also plans to raise his son as a soldier working for him instead of killing him. After he leaves, Drexel continues to inspect Nick's body, but he is surprised to see that it was beginning to power up in the opposite direction, giving Lucifer control over Crowley instead of vice versa.
Crowley comes back in the cell to mock Lucifer about his intentions to kill him, but Lucfier starts to show off his newfound puppet-like abilities over Crowley's meatsuit. Lucifer is able to remove the chains before Crowley tries to escape, but he is able to telekinetically throw him all over the throne room in front of all the other demons in the room. He powers up, possibly destroying the security system in Nick's body, and supposedly kills Crowley in front of them with an angel blade, but Crowley was able to take possession of a rat before Lucifer stabbed his meatsuit.. He and Drexel tell them to throw his meatsuit away, which they comply while the rat follows them out.
Lucifer is later seen with a change in attire looking at a mountainside about to start his search for his son.
Lucifer in Lore
- According to A Dictionary of Angels, Lucifer is erroneously equated with the Devil (the fallen angel) due to a misreading of Isaiah 14:12: "How art thou fallen from Heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning," (Lucifer connotes star, and applies to the morning star - that is, Venus - instead of an angel) an apostrophe which applied to Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon. It should be pointed out that the authors of the books of the Old Testament knew nothing of fallen or evil angels, and do not mention them. The name "Lucifer" was applied to the Devil by St. Jerome and other Church Fathers. Milton in Paradise Lost applied the name to the demon of sinful pride. Dutch writer Vondel uses Lucifer in lieu of the Devil.
- There is an angel called Samael in Judaic mythology (also known as "Sammael" and "Samil"), which means "poison of God" in Hebrew.
- In Talmudic and post-Talmudic lore, Samael is an important archangel. He is considered in legend a member of the Heavenly host (with often grim and destructive duties), a fallen angel (equal to Satan), and the chief of the evil spirits. One of Samael's greatest roles in Jewish lore is that of the Angel of Death; in this capacity, he is a fallen angel but nevertheless remains one of the Lord's servants. As a good angel, Samael supposedly resides in the seventh heaven, although he is declared to be the chief angel of the fifth heaven.
- In some traditions, Lucifer and Michael are considered twins. This is possibly due to the fact that Lucifer's story may derived from Shahar, the god of dawn in the Ugarit myth, who has a twin brother Shalim, the god of dusk.
- According to Hebrew Mythology Lucifer and Satan are different entities. Some people hear “Lucifer” and “Satan” and just think those are the names of the Devil.
- Lucifer in the original Hebrew was actually Helel (hay-LALE). In a Hebrew OT, it would read in the Hebrew “Helel”, not Lucifer. The reason why it is written as Lucifer is because the authors of the Vulgate and the KJV translated the name. There was some wisdom to the translation with the next line “son of the morning.” The definition of it is “brightness” but is also the latin word for the “morning star”. Only one time does the Bible mention the word Helel, or “Lucifer”. That is in Isaiah 14:12. There’s a reason for that. It mentions what Helel’s crime was, in which he was banished from God and sentenced to everlasting torture. It says Helel exalted himself above all of the other stars of God and tried to be the god of the congregation. Helel was Satan’s name before he committed his crime.
- Satan in the Hebrew means “the opponent” or “adversary.” There’s a reason for that too. Satan is what he became after his crime. He was the morning star, and now he’s the adversary. Since the days of Adam, he has been known as Satan. People don’t trace back what is written in Revelation 20:2 back to the serpent written of in Genesis with Adam and Eve. “And he laid hold on the dragon, THAT OLD SERPENT, which is the devil and Satan and bound him for a thousand years.”
- In Islamic tradition, Satan (Shaytan or Iblis) is a jinn who refused to bow before Adam as men were created after his race.
- Lucifer on Wikipedia
Lucifer in Fandom
- SPN Lucifer is an LJ community for Lucifer
- @Lucifer_X - Lucifer on Twitter
- @Hallucifrnation - Lucifer roleplay on Twitter (the Lucifer in Sam's head)
- burnscold - Lucifer RP Tumblr Blog
- iactuallyburncold - Lucifer Rp Blog Tumblr
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- 11.14 The Vessel
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- 11.22 We Happy Few
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