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==[[5.15 Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid]]==
 
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In Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Death causes previously dead townpeople to come back to life, including [[Bobby]]'s wife, [[Karen Singer|Karen]]. Death sends Karen back with a warning; that because Bobby is helping Sam say 'no' to Lucifer, Death has his eye on him. Karen explains Death as "A really thin man, almost like a skeleton."
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In Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Death causes previously dead townpeople to come back to life, including [[Bobby]]'s wife, [[Karen Singer|Karen]]. Death sends Karen back with a warning; that because Bobby is helping Sam say 'no' to Lucifer, Death has his eye on him. Karen describes Death as "A really thin man, almost like a skeleton."
  
 
==[[5.19 Hammer Of The Gods]]==
 
==[[5.19 Hammer Of The Gods]]==

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Name War, Death, Famine and Pestilence
Actor Titus Welliver (War), James Otis (Famine), Matt Frewer (Pestilence)
Dates  ?
Location no fixed address
Occupation Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Episode(s) 5.02 Good God Y'All
5.10 Abandon All Hope
5.14 My Bloody Valentine
5.15 Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid
5.19 Hammer Of The Gods

General traits of The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse in the Supernatural Verse

  • The Four Horsemen seem to be set strongly on their assigned missions.
  • They are extremely powerful.
  • Their true origins currently are unknown, as is the method of destroying them.
  • While clearly being instruments of evil and chaos in the Apocalypse, it is unclear whether the Horsemen are angelic or demonic or something entirely separate in origin.
  • Horsemen are immune to Sam's powers, ut he did use them to banish Famine by destroying all the demons that Famine had consumed.
  • Their rings are revealed by Gabriel to be capable of opening and then re-imprisoning Lucifer in the cage which was opened when The 66 Seals were broken.

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and the Antichrist as described in the book of Revelation are part of the apocalyptic destruction of Earth. They are generally described as War, Death, Famine and Pestilence (also described as Conquest or the Anti-Christ himself) - each riding a different coloured horse.

5.02 Good God Y'All

War causers havoc in a town when he convinces people that people are being possessed by demons. He is banished when Sam and Dean remove a ring from him that seems related to his power.

5.10 Abandon All Hope

Lucifer undertakes a ritual to release the Head Horsemen named Death. It involves killing all the women and children in the town, and then the men, who are possessed by demons, sacrifice themselves. He then performs an invocation. Death is yet to be seen.

5.14 My Bloody Valentine

Famine arrives in town and causes everyones cravings to turn rabid as people start killing each other and themselves. He infects Sam who craves for demon blood and Castiel who's vessel had a fondness for red meat, but Dean shows no effects. Famine says this is because Dean is already "dead inside". Famine is killed when, after consuming demons that Sam had exorcised from their hosts, Sam exorcises those demons from his body.

5.15 Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid

In Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Death causes previously dead townpeople to come back to life, including Bobby's wife, Karen. Death sends Karen back with a warning; that because Bobby is helping Sam say 'no' to Lucifer, Death has his eye on him. Karen describes Death as "A really thin man, almost like a skeleton."

5.19 Hammer Of The Gods

Pestilence arrives at a small store, and enters, coughing and spreading snot and phlegm everywhere. He buys some flu medication and leaves. As he drives, his car fills with flies.


Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse in Lore

This interpretation replaces Conquest with Pestilence, which is portrayed as a distinct entity (separate from Death). The first horseman to appear is Pestilence, who rides upon a white horse. In the wake of Pestilence comes War, riding a large, wild red horse and wielding a tremendous sword. In the wake of War, due to immense destruction because of War and Pestilence, is Famine. Famine is portly, and rides upon a black, sickly horse; this represents gluttony and hunger, respectively. And in the wake of Famine comes Death. His horse is pale green. He is followed by Hades and carries the remaining souls to their final destinations.