-Gott oder Amara stirbt, dann geht die Welt unter, da das eine ohne das andere nicht exestieren kann, also Ende der Welt und auch kein SPN mehr. Amara (Yasmeene Ball Emily Swallow) ist ein Charakter aus der TV-Serie "Supernatural". Sie verkörpert die Dunkelheit. Jensen Ackles in Supernatural: Er hat den Tod seiner Mutter Mary nie verarbeitet. Dean will in der Supernatural: Amara und Dean. © The CW.
Supernatural: Rückkehr von düsterem Fanliebling für Staffel 15 bestätigtDie letzten Folgen von "Supernatural" laufen derzeit in den USA. Jetzt hat der Chef der Serie angedeutet, dass Amara, die in Staffel 10 und Amara-Darstellerin Emily Swallow verkündete ihre Supernatural Rückkehr mit göttlichem Beistand auf Instragram: Empfohlener redaktioneller. Die Geisterjäger Sam und Dean kämpfen gegen die Finsternis: Düstere Wolken hinterlassen eine tollwutähnliche Infektion, die sich über Kontakt mit dem Blut der Opfer rasch weiterverbreitet. Eine geheimnisvolle Frau scheint dahinterzustecken.
Amara Supernatural Navigation menu VideoSupernatural - Amara Returns 15x15 Gott, ihr jüngerer Bruder, wollte ihr durch die Schöpfung mehrerer Welten zeigen, dass neben ihnen noch andere Dinge existieren können, doch Amara zerstörte. Die Geisterjäger Sam und Dean kämpfen gegen die Finsternis: Düstere Wolken hinterlassen eine tollwutähnliche Infektion, die sich über Kontakt mit dem Blut der Opfer rasch weiterverbreitet. Eine geheimnisvolle Frau scheint dahinterzustecken. -Gott oder Amara stirbt, dann geht die Welt unter, da das eine ohne das andere nicht exestieren kann, also Ende der Welt und auch kein SPN mehr. Dean und Amara; Dean und Carmen (eine Nacht).
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The image of a loving God prevented from creating life by his evil older sister is a typically dramatic tale from Chuck, and doesn't fit with the character's true villainous persona, whereas Amara's story of the big bang reaffirms God as a bad guy who only ever thought of himself.
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Her reflection tells her she needs to stay focused on her purpose, and that as she grows and becomes stronger, her true purpose will become more clear.
Amara will become what she is, and find that she is "mightier than God. Dean learns that even the monsters are afraid of the coming Darkness, when the nachzehrer Deputy Donelly reveals that he has begun turning people to build up an army to buy as much time as possible before the Darkness comes for them all.
Amara has been venturing out on her own in Fall River, Massachusetts. Outside a bar, she comes across Sydney and advises her against driving drunk.
When Sydney tries to help the young Amara by taking her inside to wait while they find her parents, Amara instead tells Sydney she is going to help her.
Amara takes hold of one of Sydney's hands and Sydney suddenly smiles and laughs at Amara's mere touch. When Sydney compares Amara to an angel , Amara's demeanor suddenly changes and she proceeds to consume Sydney's soul.
They briefly talk about Lizzie Borden and when Len decides speaking to an underage girl outside in the dark is inappropriate and decides to leave, Amara stops him and grabs hold of his face and consumes his soul.
Sam reveals to Dean that none of the pre-Biblical lore that Castiel could find even mentions the Darkness.
Sully reveals to Sam that the zannas are aware of the Darkness's presence on the Earth, though he admits he is not sure what it is exactly.
Searching for God, a now-adult Amara comes across a street preacher and his flock. She shows off her full range of powers first by turning the water in a fountain into blood, then killing the the preacher and his congregation with lightning strikes.
While speaking with Dean, the two are suddenly confronted by a trio of angels demanding that Amara give herself up.
Amara proceeds to kill the angels with simple gestures -- she smites the Head Angel , forces another to stab himself with an angel blade through the head, and simply disintegrates the third.
After the angels unleash the full might of Heaven on Amara, a darkness envelopes the area for several miles from ground zero.
When Castiel and the angel Ambriel go searching for any signs of the Darkness, Ambriel splits off from Castiel and finds Amara's seemingly lifeless body lying on the forest floor.
When she goes to check on it, Amara's eyes open and without warning she grabs Ambriel, who lets out a scream. Hearing this, Castiel rushes to the source, only to find Amara consuming Ambriel's grace , which causes the enveloping darkness to dissipate from the sky and return to Amara's body.
Swallow was raised in Jacksonville, Florida. Swallow started her career in Broadway theatre , where she performed in various productions, including High Fidelity , King Lear , The Taming of the Shrew , A Midsummer Night's Dream , Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at the Guthrie Theater , Much Ado About Nothing for Shakespeare in the Park , and the world-premiere of off-Broadway shows Romantic Poetry and Measure for Pleasure.
In she collaborated with Mark Rylance and poet Louis Jenkins on the world premiere of Nice Fish at the Guthrie Theater. Swallow's first television role was in Guiding Light , and she later played parts in Southland , Ringer , The Good Wife , NCIS , Flight of the Conchords , Medium , as series regular Dr.
In , Swallow made her film debut in the military drama The Lucky Ones. Swallow has been married to actor Chad Kimball since 26 August Touching a bed of roses as she walks, she looks up and notices the sun is dying before seeing the flowers she just touched have died, much to her shock.
Amara sits on a bench, staring blankly, when she is joined by an elderly woman who is feeding the pigeons.
The woman compliments Amara's dress and asks Amara if she wants to feed the pigeons too. Amara, concerned what her touch may do to the old woman or pigeons, declines.
As the old woman continues feeding them she tells Amara that she has been feeding them for 20 years and are almost like family to her, knowing that it may make her sound crazy in Amara's eyes.
She tells Amara of her husband's death and how her son wants to send her to a retirement community, remarking that it's where they send old folks to die.
Amara asks if she hates her son. The woman says she does sometimes, but that with family even when you hate them, you still love them.
This appears to have a profound effect on Amara. With Dean now a walking bomb, Chuck zaps him to Amara's location.
She questions how Dean found her, only for him tell her he is there to give her what she wants, him. Surprised, Amara questions his change of heart.
As Dean approaches, he says that if being a part of her will take away the pain of his friends, family, and the world dying away, he is willing to join her.
However, Amara is able to sense the power radiating from him and asks why he thinks now he would be able to hurt her. Dean tells her he has no choice, especially with what she is doing to the sun.
Amara corrects him and tells Dean the sun dying is not her, but rather due to God's impending death tipping the cosmic balance scales.
She says that when the scales tip away from the light, everything in the universe will cease to exist, including herself. Amara reiterates God's betrayal of her, and how He sent Dean to execute her.
Dean tells her God doesn't want her dead or any of this. When Dean asks if this is what she wanted, Amara replies she only wished to hurt God, not kill Him.
Dean makes an impassioned speech to Amara about revenge not being satisfying in the end and how family, no matter how bad it gets, will always be there for you, telling her all she ever wanted was her brother.
As Amara scoffs and tells Dean to "just stop," Dean continues telling her how she really doesn't want to be alone, which is probably why she wanted him -- she was looking to fill the void left after God betrayed her.
He asks her to put aside the rage and hate and tell him what she really wants. Back at the Lazy Shag bar, as Sam goes to get Chuck a glass of water, He is suddenly teleported to the park with Amara and Dean.
When He asks why she brought Him there, Amara reminds Him how in the beginning it was only them, and the love they shared for each other.
She tells Him of the jealousy and hate she had when He went on to create life, how hurt she was by His need for something besides her.
She tells Him she knows things can't go back to how they were, but wishes to just be a family again, a sentiment Chuck wishes for too. As Amara grabs His hand, light begins to emanate and the sun begins to shine brighter.
As Amara returns Chuck to His full power, Chuck tells Dean that He and Amara are going to go away for a while, but before they leave he removes the souls from Dean's body and assures Dean the Earth will be fine as long as Sam and Dean are in it.
Before they depart, Amara cryptically tells Dean that since he gave her what she needed most, she wanted to do the same for him before she fades away into black smoke, followed by Chuck who fades into white and the two ascend to the Heavens and disappear.
Chuck reveals that Amara is in Reno, Nevada, as he talks with Castiel and the Winchesters at the Bunker , telling them that she is a fan of the game keno.
He also states that she joined him on his journey around the universe and they had a good time reconnecting with each other. In Reno, Nevada, Amara is receiving a massage when her masseuse, Kimiko, is smote and replaced by Chuck.
Surprised by Chuck's sudden appearance, Amara tells her brother to dispense with the small talk and tell her what He wants, as they had agreed to give each other space.
As Amara does yoga, Chuck suggests they pop to another dimension and create a new species as a "family project," but Amara rejects His offer telling Him she is running a hot streak in craps and likes Reno because everyone in the city is not Him.
Amara quickly realizes something is wrong with Chuck, and that He needs her, despite never needing anyone in His entire existence.
She discovers His shoulder wound and realizes that Chuck is not "complete" and is afraid. Amara prepares to go off alone, despite Chuck's protests that they need to remain together.
While Amara agreed to coexist with Chuck to keep balance in the universe, she refuses to do it anywhere near Him. As Chuck becomes angry, Amara quickly shuts Him down, reminding Chuck that even on His best day, He couldn't force her hand.
Now, she believes, He can't do much of anything beyond a few parlor tricks, which is why He needs her to help him leave this world. She tells Chuck that while she's adapted and changed into the better version of herself, He is still the same petulant narcissist, and she declares her intent to leave Him.
Before she leaves, she reminds Chuck of how long ago He trapped her, and now she's leaving Him diminished and abandoned, and giving Him what He always wanted, to be on His own.
After learning of a major blackout in Atlantic City where a casino is putting up a large keno jackpot, Dean theorizes Amara was the cause due to her love of the game and he and Sam head off to meet with her.
On a pit stop in Pennsylvania, Amara suddenly appears in front of Sam and Dean, telling Dean she sensed him two states over due to his distinctive musk, and offers to talk with the Winchesters over some pierogies.
In the diner, Sam and Dean try to talk Amara into helping them trap Chuck.