Dick Roman: The human Dick Roman was a billionaire and CEO of Richard Roman Enterprises. He was one of the 50 most powerful men in America before being taken over by the leader of the Leviathans, who kept his name and continued to run R.R.E. 'Dick Roman' rose to the top 35 and embarked on a ruthless corporate takeover agenda.
Djinn are humanoid creatures with tattooed skin that prefer to live in large ruins with a lot of places to hide. They feed on human blood and can poison their victims with a touch. Their poison causes reality-altering hallucinations and can be used either to kill their victims quickly, or to leave victims in a coma-like state while the djinn feeds on their blood over a long period of time. Djinn are best classified as genies and are able to read a person's mind to learn their deepest desires; however, the djinn do not truly grant wishes like the genies of lore. Instead, they send their victims into a fantasy universe where they believe their wish has been granted while the djinn can drink their blood slowly over the course of days. Time passes slowly enough in the fantasy universe that the djinn's victims will feel as if they're living an entire lifetime before their physical bodies die. When djinn access their powers, either their eyes and hands glow blue, or their tattoos move and extend down their arms. There is a variant form that possesses the same powers and weaknesses, but turns the victim's insides to "jelly" and feeds on fear rather than happiness. To this effect, they trap people in hallucinations of their worst nightmares rather than their happy dreams. A silver knife dipped in lamb's blood can kill a Djinn.
Dragons: Attracted to gold, dragons traditionally live in caves, but in an urban environment will seek out a dark secluded place like a sewer. They can fly and have talons and bat-like wings when in their true form. However, they manifest themselves as humans when in small spaces. They can generate heat that can reach temperatures high enough to "flambé" humans and even melt metal with their touch. When engaged in combat in their human form, the heat they generate seems to be their primary weapon. They can only be killed with a blade forged with the blood of a dragon, and Eleanor Visyak speculates that there are only "5 or 6" such blades in existence. They haven't been seen for around 700 years. The dragon's allegiance lies with Mother, whom they free from Purgatory with the sacrifice of a virgin. They posess incredible physical strength and in their true form have bat-like wings which they use to fly and capture prey. They move with incredible speed and can generate intense heat from their hands.
Fairies are supernatural creatures that all seem to have originated from a place called Avalon. Coming in a variety of forms and sizes, they can only be seen by those who have been to the fairy realm or those they allow to see them. According to Marion, a fairy expert, there is a fairy leader called Oberon. When summoned by a spell, they can make deals with humans, oftentimes exchanging their services for a price, such as the right to all of the firstborn sons in an area. Fairies also appear to have great power. In recent years, fairies have been taking advantage of UFO myths to hide their activities, as the abductions, crop circles, and bright lights they make in the sky are all often attributed to alien encounters. Fairies are vulnerable to Iron and Silver. If someone pours salt or sugar in front of them, they have to stop to count each grain one by one. They also love cream, which, like alcohol, intoxicates them. Fairies will remain in an area until banished by a spell or leave of their own free will. Their strengths include using magic, can appear as humans, telekinesis, teleportation, can see inside a person, are immortal, certain types have superhuman strength, some can fly, and some can manipulate reality. Their weaknesses include cream (It makes the drunk), iron, silver,salt, sugar, and destroying the spell book they were summoned from.
Famine is one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, along with War, Pestilence and Death. He wears a silver ring. His ring, along with the other horsemen's rings, form together as a key to Lucifer's Cage. Famine has been weakened by advances in agriculture, and is wheelchair bound, so Lucifer has sent demons to serve his needs and strengthen him. They transport Famine in a black Cadillac Escalade - as he is known in the New Testament as the Black Horseman. Famine is himself insatiable, as he embodies hunger. Once Famine's strength is replenished, he will then be able to march across the lands with authority, as described by Castiel. Famine states that hunger not only comes from the body, but also from the soul; those who are 'empty' inside, like Dean, are unaffected by the Horseman's powers. He can consume both human and demon souls to replenish himself, is immortal, and can amplify his victim's urges, cravings and desires. He can percieve a person's soul and the wants it harbors. Removing his ring can make him powerless.
Fate: Atropos is one of the the Fates, three sisters who ensure that each person meets the end that is predetermined for them. She has two sisters who are "bigger in every sense of the word". Her job was to ensure people met the fate assigned to them by God. Since Sam and Dean broke away from their fate, and stopped the Apocalypse, free will is ruling over destiny and she no longer works to ensure fate is met. She is able to stop time, predict events, selectively manipulate the flow of time, and can visit Heaven at will. There is a certain weapon of Heaven which can kill her.
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