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Supernatural HunterSpecies InformationStatusEndangered (One hunter remaining: Alaric Saltzman)Related SpeciesHumanMediumWitchDistinctionHumans who possess supernatural abilities to combat vampires as a result of spells cast by witches.

Supernatural Hunters and Huntresses, also known as Hunters for short, are humans who are endowed with supernatural abilities to hunt and kill vampires through magical means. They are considered a supernatural species despite being humans and reside on the Other Side when they die.

The Huntress, the only known daughter of one of the Five was not born with supernatural abilities. Upon her father's death, she sought out the Shamans for vengeance. The eight shamans bestowed upon her great power using the "tea of protection" (to ward off magic), strength and their eight lives, giving her the ability to self-resurrect upon her death.

As supernaturally gifted hunters, members of the Brotherhood of the Five are endowed with peak or above human physical abilities, such as strength, speed, agility, reflexes, and endurance. This includes a natural affinity with weapons combat and hunting. Klaus once hinted that they are highly skilled in vampire hunting.

Despite being a force to be reckoned with, the capabilities of a supernatural hunters are not comparable to older vampires. As such, they employ to use of numerous skills and weapons to even the playing field.

In Supernatural, the two Winchester brothers are hunters who travel across the United States, mainly to the Midwest, in a black 1967 Chevy Impala to hunt demons, werewolves, vampires, ghosts, witches, and other supernatural creatures. Supernatural chronicles the relationship between the brothers, their friends, and their father. Throughout the seasons, the brothers work to fight evil, keep each other alive, and avenge those they have lost. In The Winchesters, Dean Winchester narrates the story of how his parents John Winchester and Mary Campbell met, fell in love and fought monsters together while in search for their missing fathers.

Primarily portrayed by actress Alaina Huffman, Abaddon is the last remaining Knight of Hell, a class of mighty demons who were among the first of their kind. Abaddon is too strong to be affected by exorcisms or to be killed by Ruby's knife. She is introduced in the eighth-season episode "As Time Goes By" in which she is sent to destroy the Men of Letters organization in 1958 and sets off in pursuit of Sam and Dean's grandfather, Henry Winchester, who escaped with the key to the Men of Letters' bunker. Wanting to break into the bunker to gain access to the powerful supernatural spells and artifacts inside, Abaddon follows Henry through time to the present and hunts him and his grandsons throughout the episode. As a result, she holds Sam hostage to force Dean to hand over Henry and the key, promising to let Sam and Dean go after the trade. Abaddon goes back on her agreement and ends up mortally wounding Henry, but not before he shoots her in the head with a bullet engraved with a devil's trap, binding her powers and her to her now-paralyzed host body. Sam and Dean then cut her up and bury her in cement to forever entomb her. In "Clip Show", Sam and Dean need a demon to cure for the third trial to close the gates of Hell, so they sew Abaddon back together to use her, without reattaching her hands or removing the bullet. Abaddon reveals that she had been sent to kill the priest who found a way to cure demons, and that while torturing him, she found out about the Men of Letters (including her host Josie Sands) from him. This ultimately resulted in her possessing Josie and attacking the Men of Letters. While Sam and Dean take a phone call from Crowley outside, Abaddon frees herself and escapes by controlling one of her severed hands and using it to remove the bullet from her skull. In the following episode, the season finale "Sacrifice", she arrives in response to Crowley's distress call but attacks him rather than help him. Abaddon declares her intention of taking over Hell, only to be driven away when Sam sets her ablaze in holy fire.

Grab is a demon thief appearing in season 13 portrayed by Matthew Kevin Anderson. He is described as an expert in bypassing supernatural security and is portrayed as more obnoxious than evil or malicious despite being a demon. Its implied that Grab is not actually his real name but an alias.

In "The Scorpion and the Frog", Grab is hired by the Crossroads Demon Barthamus to work with the Winchesters and a human safe cracker named Alice to break into the vault of Luther Shrike and retrieve Barthamus' property. Grab is brought in to use his talents in bypassing supernatural security to locate the vault itself which can only be opened by Dean's blood. Once the Winchesters and Alice get onto Luther's property, Dean performs a summoning spell to bring Grab to them. Grab uses a spell to turn Dean into a sort of dousing rod, using the attraction between Dean's blood and the vault to find it. After the vault is found, Grab chooses to remain outside, apparently too afraid to go any further. While he waits outside the cellar containing the vault, Grab is confronted by Luther himself. Luther quickly kills Grab with Ruby's Knife and his body is later found by Alice. Barthamus shows no care for Grab's death and compels Alice to keep going.

Ramiel (portrayed by Jerry Trimble) is one of the four Princes of Hell in Supernatural alongside Azazel, Dagon and Asmodeus. As a Prince of Hell, Ramiel is one of the oldest and most powerful demons to ever live and a retired demonic general. Unlike Azazel, Ramiel has long-since lost interest in Lucifer's plans and separated himself from Hell, joined by Dagon and Asmodeus. During his time on Earth, Ramiel becomes a collector of rare supernatural artifacts and weapons.

Hunters are men and women who spend their lives hunting supernatural creatures and attempting to save those affected by these creatures. Most appear to have had some kind of negative encounter with the supernatural, which prompts them to become hunters. While hunters, by their nature, operate 'off-the-grid, there are, nevertheless, hunter communities that meet and interact with each other to exchange information and stories; the Harvelle Roadhouse was one such location until it was burnt down. Typically, hunters find cases by consulting newspapers to track down information about suspicious deaths in certain areas. Some cases come about thanks to contact with people they knew before becoming hunters or contact with people they helped during previous hunts who turn to them for their expertise. Some hunters are shown to have particular targets, such as Sam and Dean's initial hunts in the show's first two seasons focusing on tracking the Yellow Eyed Demon who killed Dean and Sam's parents, or Gordon Walker 'specializing' in hunting vampires.

Charlie Bradbury (born Celeste Middleton) (played by Felicia Day) first crosses paths with Sam and Dean when working as an I.T. expert at Richard Roman Enterprises. She is initially reluctant to get involved in the supernatural world by helping the Winchesters, but becomes a more reliable ally in her second episode and decides to become a hunter herself by her fourth episode. She quickly becomes a friend and even a surrogate little sister to the Winchesters. By the end of "The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo", it is revealed that her real name is not Charlie Bradbury but merely one of her aliases, and that she has had to go into hiding before. "Pac-Man Fever" delves into her past and it is indicated that "Charlie's" true surname is Middleton. "There's No Place Like Home" reveals that Charlie's given name is in fact Celeste Middleton. She is the only prominent LGBT character on the show; in her first episode, she informs the brothers she is lesbian when she is asked to flirt with a male guard to gain access to a restricted area.

Sheriff Donna Hanscum (portrayed by Briana Buckmaster) is the sheriff of Stillwater, Minnesota who, while at first oblivious to the supernatural, became a hunter after two encounters with it. She first appears in "The Purge" when Sam and Dean investigate mysterious deaths where overweight people are drained of most of their fat. Donna is portrayed as an overweight woman who has recently been granted a divorce from a man who dumped her for her weight. She helps Sam and Dean early in the investigation, but then goes to a health spa where the owner, a pishtaco, feeds on her fat, causing her to lose ten pounds, something she attributes to fire cupping. Donna, slightly stoned from the roofies she was given, inadvertently blows Sam and Dean's cover at the spa and explains her weight loss to them. After the case is over, Sam and Dean attribute it to a psychopathic serial killer, something Donna accepts.

Gordon Walker, portrayed by Sterling K. Brown, is a vampire hunter whose methods often put him at odds with the Winchester brothers. Gordon focuses on eliminating the supernatural simply because it isn't human, where the Winchesters are more willing to tolerate supernatural entities that are not actively killing humans. Gordon takes pleasure in considering himself a killer who freely resorts to torture, where Sam and Dean regard themselves as Hunters who only kill when they must and do nothing to their enemies that the situation doesn't force upon them.

In "As Time Goes By", on August 12, 1958, the night of Henry's official initiation into the Men of Letters, the order is attacked by the demon Abaddon who is possessing Henry's friend Josie Sands. As the demon slaughters everyone else, Henry is given a mysterious box by surviving Men of Letters Elder Larry Ganem and ordered to protect it from Abaddon. Escaping through time, Henry ends up coming out of his grandsons' motel room closet in the year 2013, having overshot his attempt to get help from John closer to his own time. Henry's arrival and search for John creates much confusion for the Winchesters who only knew of him as their grandfather who had supposedly run out on John when he was four. Henry reveals to Sam and Dean their family's history with the Men of Letters, a family legacy going back centuries that the Winchesters had been unaware of as Henry hadn't been around to pass it on to John and the order had been wiped out by Abaddon. However, Henry expresses disgust that his grandsons are hunters due to having a low view of hunters in general. Learning of his son's fate, Henry attempts to travel back in time and change things, but he is stopped by Dean. At the same time, Sam learns from Larry Ganem that the box contains a key that opens a veritable supernatural treasure trove that must never fall into Abaddon's hands. After the demon captures Sam, Dean agrees to trade Henry and the box for Sam, but the two men conspire together to defeat the demon. Henry is able to trap Abaddon in Josie's body with a devil's trap bullet to the head, but he is mortally wounded in the process. Unable to kill the powerful demon, Dean takes advantage of Henry trapping her to cut the demon up and bury the pieces to forever entomb her. Henry dies in his grandsons' arms, content with his own sacrifice, apologizing for his earlier disgust of them being hunters and proclaiming that as long as the Winchesters are still around, there's still hope. He also expresses his pride in John, confident that he was a good man based on what he saw in Sam and Dean. Sam and Dean bury Henry near his friends from the Men of Letters and decide to embrace the family legacy that Henry had introduced to them. 59ce067264


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