Gog and Magog

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Name Gog and Magog
Actor Michael Jonsson (Gog)
Andre Tricoteux (Magog)
Dates  ???? - 2017 (killed by Dean Winchester)
Location An open field in the middle of nowhere
Occupation Primitive Beasts
Episode(s) 13.14 Good Intentions


Gog and Magog were primitive creatures made of rock and sand, and ancient Canaanite warriors who had conquered half of the Fertile Crescent. The two were eventually bound by priests to be banished to "a place without a place, a time without a time." Through an Enochian incantation the two can be summoned in an empty field, however, whichever warrior releases them, he (or she) must face them in combat, where they can only be killed by an object touched by God. In battle the two wield swords which had been forged by a god and are even capable of shattering angel blades upon impact.


13.14 Good Intentions

Being told they will need the hearts of Gog and Magog in order to open a rift to Apocalypse World, Donatello gives Castiel and Dean the instructions on how to free and kill the brothers via the demon tablet. Arriving at a field in the middle of nowhere, along with weapons touched by God (angel blades) Castiel begins an Enochian incantation, and after a short time, Gog and Magog appear before Castiel and Dean. Speaking in ancient Canaanite, the two brothers soon devolve into bickering over whether Dean or Castiel is the "pretty one" and which should die first. Magog decides to go for the "smaller one" and begins attacking Dean. Swinging his sword, he easily shatters Dean's angel blade; after a short tussle, Dean is able to get a hold of Magog's sword, which was forged by a god, and decapitate him. Meanwhile, Gog gets the upper hand on Castiel; he tells Castiel he regrets having to kill him due to how beautiful he is. But before Gog can deliver a killing blow, Dean stabs him in the back with Magog's sword, killing him.

Their mission completed, Castiel attempts to retrieve Gog's heart, only to find sand pouring out his chest wound. He realizes that Gog and Magog are not human, but primitive beasts formed of rock and sand, ancient creatures he believed to have gone extinct during the Flood.