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13.20 Unfinished Business
15.11 The Gamblers
Demigods are typically the offspring of a god and a mortal human, though the Norse pantheon of gods were known to mate with the jötunn and other species. The abilities of demigods vary depending on the parents. Demigods conceived by two deities or mythological creatures, such as those in the Norse pantheon, display certain abilities and share a weakness to special wooden stakes. Demigods conceived through the union of a god and a human like Oliver and Pax display no signs of godhood; the demigod Oliver merely inherited his father Prometheus's curse.
Odin mentions that the end of the world will come when he is eaten by a "big wolf", referring to Fenris, a child of Loki.
- Demigod: Oliver
Oliver was conceived by the Greek Titan Prometheus and a human woman named Hayley -- the only survivor of a hiking group -- after an avalanche freed Prometheus from his imprisonment atop a mountain. Once off the mountain, the two were intimate with each other and conceived Oliver.
Prometheus passed on his curse to his son, forcing the young boy to die and be resurrected every day like his father once he turned seven. The curse was lifted following the death of Prometheus, sacrificing his life to kill Zeus and spare his son of eternal suffering.
The Myers family werewolf pack were members of an extremist faction of the Maw of Fenris -- werewolves who worship Fenris as a god who would bring about Ragnarök so that werewolves could inherit the earth. However, Reverend Jim Myers put an end to the werewolf cult, preaching coexistence rather than dominance.
Gabriel tells the Winchesters that the Norse pantheon is its own weird thing, and that the sons of Loki aren't demigods in the truest sense. He describes Fenrir, Narfi, and Sleipnir as more "god-begotten monsters."
- Demigod: Noah Ophis
Noah Ophis is a gorgon and while Jack calls him a monster, he corrects him, saying he's technically a demigod.
- Demigod: Pax
Pax is the son of the Roman goddess Fortuna and an unnamed human father. He works with her at her bar in the middle of nowhere in Alaska where people hustle pool for luck rather than currency.
- Demigod: Loki
After learning that Loki is responsible for a string of deaths, Latika Dar refers to him as a Norse trickster demigod.