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Supernatural - 10 Demons That Stronger Than Angels

Supernatural - 10 Demons That Stronger Than Angels

Supernatural - 10 Demons That Stronger Than Angels
Earlier in The Show When the angels were introduced in Supernatural Series was in season 4, they were so powerful When They Were introduced There was no way to beat them. Since then, And the series greatly weakens the angels, and then couples of demons showed up to consider them stronger than the angels.

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In this list, we’ve considered regular angels and Seraphs because the baseline to think about the facility of a demon, as Archangels are a cut above the other being. We’ve also taken under consideration powers that these demons have acquired from sources aside from their inherent abilities. thereupon in mind, here are 10 demons that proved to be stronger than angels on Supernatural.

    Note: Not all of the Powerful Demons on Here

  • Crowley

You’ll be inclined to means that Crowley always wont to flee from angels in fear, but we’re not saying that he’s powerful enough to beat them in strength, as we’re talking about his brains. After all, Crowley could be the demon that’s taken out the foremost angels. 

His tactical mastery meant he could bring resources to himself that allowed him to overpower angels, like once we saw him make use of angel blades; he even managed to show angel blades into bullets. Crowley also “perfected” the double-cross, to the purpose where he managed to form Lucifer his prisoner.

  • Cain

Having been one among the primary few humans alive, Cain’s powers came from Lucifer because the Devil transferred the mark that contained the Darkness on to him, eventually turning Cain into a Knight of Hell. 
This made him superior to angels, as was seen when Cain claimed he could swat Castiel sort of a fly if he wanted to. This threat was made at a time when Cain didn’t even have an angel blade on him, but he did display his powers by easily beating Castiel. Cain also possessed a complicated sort of smiting that allowed him to kill by simply touching his victims.

  • Alastair

A strange thing about this demon, who was the Grand Torturer of Hell, was that he had no idea the way to kill angels, despite the very fact that angel blades were public knowledge. And yet, Alastair was powerful to the degree that he had zero fear of angels.

In each time Alastair went face-to-face with them, Alastair came on top. Castiel, especially, was beaten down on quite one occasion by Alastair, who was completely resistant to being smote by angel powers. He also knew a singular spell that was capable of sending angels back to Heaven, and only Sam’s distinct powers were ready to beat him where no other angel could.

  • Dean Winchester

Make no mistake, albeit we saw Castiel overpower Dean while he was a demon, the latter was still more powerful than him. This was thanks to Dean possessing the Mark of Cain, which housed the Darkness and made Dean the strongest demon at the time.
It was only thanks to him being almost cured by Sam that Castiel managed to restrain him, otherwise, we saw how Dean was ready to beat down his frenemy when he wasn’t even in demon form. With the powers of the Knights of Hell, only archangels would’ve been ready to deal with Dean.

  • Samhain

We saw in Season 15 how the Seraph Castiel couldn’t defeat ghosts, while the demon Samhain was the other case therein he could summon ghosts. In fact, Samhain has been the sole demon shown with the facility of necromancy. 

He was also significant enough to be tied to Lucifer, as summoning Samhain out of Hell meant one among the 66 seals to Lucifer’s cage would be broken. The angels appeared to be wary of Samhain enough to avoid facing off against him, and even Sam’s powers almost failed him against Samhain.

  • Ramiel

As perhaps the second-most powerful Prince of Hell after Azazel (considering Crowley offered him the throne of Hell after Azazel’s death), Ramiel found it laughable that an angel would dare plan to fight him. 

Not only was the thought that the heroes wanted to kill him amusing to Ramiel, he even enjoyed watching them attempt to bring them down. After Ramiel was stabbed by The an angel blade, Ramiel just did shrug it off and continued to mortally wound Castiel. within the end, it appears as if Ramiel’s own arrogance caused his death, as nothing worked on him, least of all any angel powers.

  • Azazel

It’s been some extent of contention over what the status of Reapers is in Supernatural, as they were revealed at a time to be angels also, although this hasn’t been expanded upon. Regardless, we’ll be considering the Reaper Tessa as an angel here, which suggests good ol’ Yellow-Eyes treated her sort of a joke.
After John Winchester made an effect Azazel to resurrect Dean, the latter went ahead and possessed Tessa to prevent her from reaping him. This has thus far been the only instance where we’ve seen a demon takeover an angel. aside from that, being a Prince of Hell means Azazel was naturally stronger than angels anyway.

  • Dagon

Dagon became the things of nightmares for angels, with the demon-killing these beings left and right like they were common fodder for her. Fans were delighted to ascertain Joshua the angel return after years, just for Dagon to combust him as if he were an inexpensive joke. 

She considered angels so beneath her that Lucifer’s orders for her to require out Castiel and convey Kelly Kline was already an assured victory. and she or he did win because it was the unborn Nephilim Jack who empowered Castiel to kill her. Out of all the demons we’ve seen thus far, Dagon would deserve the title of “Angel Killer.”

  • Lilith

Although she’s ranked at the highest, we didn’t actually see Lilith go up against any angels. However, she’s bound to be more powerful than them seeing as Lilith was the primary demon and is taken into account to be superior to Knights of Hell, meaning she surpasses Cain. 

The white light ability is some things that are considered to mainly belong to angels, yet Lilith used this on multiple occasions despite being a demon. She was easily the scariest villain we’ve had on Supernatural, together with her four appearances feeling sort of a horror movie told in an episodic format. Had she not been the last seal for the cage, then perhaps Lilith may need to bring all of the angels down herself.

  • Asmodeus

Called the “runt of the litter” by Lucifer, you would possibly be surprised to ascertain Asmodeus in the first place, but we’re considering the supreme version of the demon here. After he managed to apprehend Gabriel, Asmodeus became the foremost powerful demon by injecting himself with Archangel's grace.

This made him powerful to the degree that even Gabriel cowered in fear of Asmodeus, which is saying something considering Gabriel was within the top-10 most powerful beings of all time. With these new set of abilities, Asmodeus was sort of a whole new Archangel, meaning no angel could take him during this form.

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