"Supernatural" First Born (TV Episode ) - IMDb
He met Dean and Crowley when they came looking for the First Blade to kill Abaddon. Cain was initially unwilling to help and sent them away, warning them to. May 20, During Tuesday's season finale of The CW's Supernatural, Dean wasn't hungry As is “so expected” (Crowley's words), Sam starts summoning the King of Hell so he God gave Cain the Mark and maybe Chuck/God will appear and remove it . I find the angels very compelling, more so than the demons. Jan 22, Yeah, wheel-spinning played a big part in this episode, so Dean and Crowley didn't actually find the First Blade. As a consolation, Cain.
When Sam and Crowley lured him into a devil's trap, Cain was amused by the tactic, saying it wouldn't hold him for long and didn't even try to break it in the time Sam and Crowley had left until Dean arrived to fight him. Rather than trying to free himself, Cain just cleared the devil's trap of the hay covering it and was unconcerned about fighting in a devil's trap.
Cain - Super-wiki
His reputation alone made Crowley reluctant to go anywhere near him, opting that he and Dean go "a world away" from Cain. He could kill other demons with a mere touch. He could even prevent Crowley, the King of Hell and a powerful demon himself, from escaping and speaking just by a simple gesture. His strength was also shown when he killed an army of demons single-handedly. His power is such that even confined by a devil's traphe didn't lose his powers.
First Born - Super-wiki
When the Winchesters, Castiel, and Crowley faced him in battle, he was unaffected by everything they tried against him including angelic white light except a devil's trap and the First Blade. He hasn't aged since he became a demon. The only weapon that can kill him is the First Blade.
When Dean cut off one of Cain's hands and as he was in a devil's trap, it hurt him, but it wasn't fatal despite him bleeding profusely. Even angelic white light merely ruffled his hair. He later massacred about demons with his bare hands with no difficulty and in a short space of time.
Even when Dean was powered by the Mark of CainCain effortlessly beat him despite being held in a devil's trap. Cain's strength was such that he was able to casually restrain and strangle Dean with one hand and a visibly struggling Dean couldn't break his grip. Cain mentioned that he could "swat" Castiel like a fly, implying that he's stronger than angels.
He also threw Castiel and his angel blade. Unlike other demons, Cain retained this power in a devil's trap.
He teleported from across a field to beside Dean and Crowley and then to Collette's grave and back. When Cain attempted to kill himself rather than live as a killer, the Mark resurrected and made Cain into a demonthe very first of the Knights of Hell.
- Skirmish with Cain
Cain went on to create, train and lead the order, as they wreaked havoc on Earth. Cain, however, would fall in love with and married a human woman named Colette Mullenwho forgave him for his past atrocities. Only asking that Cain never kill again.
Cain agreed and settled down with Colette. In an attempt to goad their former leader back into his old ways, the Knights took Colette prisoner in This back-fired when Cain killed all the other Knights, save Abaddonwho possessed Colette and damaged her body in front of Cain by repeatedly snapping her neck.
In a fit of anger, Cain tried to kill Abaddon with the First Blade as well, only for Abaddon to vacate Colette's body and trick a horrified Cain into murdering his wife. Honestly, where the heck was this story all season?
This week, we have Sam and Castiel at the bunker healing Sam, and Dean is a bit reluctantly working with Crowley to find a way to kill Abaddon.
I didn't have high hopes for this episode simply because this season hasn't impressed me much so far. In all honesty though, I loved this episode. There were no weak characters in this.
9.11 First Born
We have Timothy Omundson guest starring as Cain, and wow he does a great job! I truly enjoyed watching him on screen. I was actually expecting him to be a throw-away character, but I think he really brought a lot to the story, and hopefully the writers will use this opportunity to further the plot.