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Fallen Angels
Fallen Angels Infobox
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Engines of Wrath
Architects of Creation


Heaven (formerly)


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Character Information
Portrayed By

Oliver Bell
Samuel Roukin


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God's first creation and his most enduring.
— The Sentinel

The Fallen Angels are a race of beings of power that rebelled against the Abrahamic God, and were confined to newly created Hell, their prison.

Description Edit

They are the oldest and most powerful of the demonic legions, and their origin is to be found in the angelic hosts of Heaven who have rebelled against God. While much of their potential is shrouded in mystery, their appearance seems to reflect their inner evil. Samael, the first among them, describe their race as vengeful monsters created by God, apt to operate as engines of wrath. Their number is undefined as well as most of their real names. A distinctive feature of these creatures is their seemingly endless knowledge and adaptability, able to acquire knowledge in a matter of seconds. Although the Old Tongue, also known as Enochian, seems to be their mother tongue, they know every single language, human and otherwise.

Heavenly RebellionEdit

Once, we raised an army of brothers and stormed the very citadel of Heaven. We all know how that ended... in the bowels of newly formed Hell, so I've seen new beginnings before.
— The Sentinel

Eons ago, the angel currently known as The Devil and a handful of fellow angels rebelled against God, and were punished for that to spend eternity in a place of damnation created specifically to be their prison, a place that later became known as Hell. Faithful to the Devil, the Fallen Angels have suffered various punishments from God for their rebellion. The Sentinel, for example, has been entombed for thousands of years. All of them, however, equally share the pain of being imprisoned to Hell.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

The only currently known Fallen Angels have shown the ability to change shape at will, although their supposed original form is that of monstrous demihuman entities with horns, claws and fangs of various kinds. Their power is greater than that of the most powerful witches and appear to be almost impossible to kill with human weapons, as their wounds heal in a matter of seconds without causing the slightest pain, as if stabbing a puppet. Their powers, and their knowledge, are seemingly immeasurable.


Angels' human vessels can be killed with a special dagger newly forged along with a mixture of unknown herbs and ashes. The weapon should be forged by the one who will use it to murder the angel host.

Angelic DevicesEdit

As architects of creation, angels are responsible not only for the creation of the fabric of universe itself, but also of a wide range of artifacts with extraordinary powers.

Angelic Box of AnguishEdit

Main article: Angelic Box of Anguish

The Angelic Box of Anguish is a torture device masterfully crafted by The Sentinel to cause excruciating torments to mind and soul of his victims.

Angel's TearsEdit

Main article: Angel's Tears

Angel's Tears, also known as Red Mercury among alchemists, is an hexagonal bright scarlet-red jewel that collects angelic tears, as the name suggests. Its staggering power is to cause enormous destruction over a very short time.

Notable Fallen AngelsEdit

Character Description Status
Oliver Bell official photoshoot for season 3
Lucifer is the leader of the Fallen Angels and the first to have rebelled against God. As such he is the most powerful of these creatures. He's known under different names, but his brother refers to him as Samael the Angel of Death. Undead
Sentinel-S03-official photoshoot
The Sentinel
The Sentinel is the lieutenant of the Devil and his right hand man. With the Devil he led a horde of rebels against the Citadel of Heaven.

He's angelic name is Beelzebub.


Memorable QuotesEdit

The Devil:There are punishments far worse than death.
The Sentinel: Trust me. I did. Once. I persuaded a full legion of our brothers to follow you and throw God, that ungrateful tyrant, from His celestial throne. Our fellow fallen still pay the price.
The Devil: Can you not hear their cries echoing from hell? Rest assured. Our brothers will be freed and our tyrant Father will weep.
--The Reckoning
The Sentinel: When we were sent to slaughter the Canaanites, we wept. When we delivered the plagues, we wept. But beware for Samael! That boy, when he killed every firstborn of every mother in Egypt, his eyes were as dry as the desert.
--The Reckoning
Mary: I know what you are. You're nothing. Nothing but common thieves, liars, traitors, rapists, murderers. But worse than that, you're cry babies. Poor, proud, pitiful things. I've seen you and the best and worst men can be. And I assure you even the lowest of human has more heart, more soul than you two.
--The Reckoning
Mrs Soughton (to Cotton Mather) : Oh, well, if it was up to your God, we would all be naked and ignorant in wretched Eden. Who clothed us? Who taught us to till the soil? Who gave us the gift of fire that transforms animals into meat and grain into bread? Your God? No.'Twas our Dark Lord and his Fallen Angels. It is to them we owe all that we are. He is coming to claim his kingdom. And we rejoice.
-- Night's Black Agents
Mary Sibley: Thank you for helping me see. I do have a choice, unlike you. Is that why you hate us so, because God created us to be free? Because he was tired of being surrounded by puppets like you.
The Sentinel: I'm no puppet! I fought. I rebelled. I am free!
Mary Sibley: Then act now freely. Disobey my son. Free? Hardly. You just found somebody else to pull your strings.
-- Night's Black Agents
The Sentinel: Angel slew angel as we fought our way up Mount Zaphon. As my troops and I crested the ridge, we saw the face of God, our Father, for once shining no light, but darkness visible. I couldn't tell if he was laughing or crying or both.
-- The Commonwealth of Hell
The Sentinel: All power corrupts. And God's divine power is no exception. Our rebellion against Him was entirely just.
Cotton Mather: Just or unjust, your rebellion failed.
The Sentinel: Yes, we failed. And we fell to a place so far from the light that we forgot what light, and life, even was.
Cotton Mather: We call it Hell.
The Sentinel: We called it Home.
-- The Commonwealth of Hell
The Sentinel: This was to be our time. Revenge against God. A chance to free our brothers from Hell and make this world our kingdom. We did not suffer and survive the wrath of God only to make you God instead.
The Dark Lord: Be careful how you speak to me.
The Sentinel: You are first among equals. Stronger than I or any of our brothers, but you are not stronger than all of us.
The Dark Lord: Brother, is that some kind of threat?
The Sentinel: If that time comes, I won't waste time with threats.
-- The Commonwealth of Hell
The Dark Lord: Whenever a human being encounters an angel in the Books, what are the first words the angel always says?
Cotton Mather: Be not afraid.
The Dark Lord: Correct. And did you ever wonder why on encountering a human being, an angel must immediately tell them not to be afraid? Because angels are monsters, fearsome engines of wrath. The most terrible things we did, we did on His command: The flood, Sodom and Gomorrah, the torment of Job, Jonah, Daniel, St. Anthony and all the other holy falls, even the temptation of Christ himself. All on his orders. Write that down. That is your God. A vengeful, jealous, sadistic murderer and hypocrite.
-- Wednesday's Child

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  • Co-creator Adam Simon has repeatedly given to understand that The Sentinel could be Beelzebub, the Lord of Flies. [1] [2]
  • Notorious fellow fallen were mentioned several times. However, only one was appointed with his own name. This fallen angel is Samael, in reference to the Devil, who is also credited as The Angel of Death.
    • The devil inside the body of Mary Sibley’s son John was unveiled as Samael in "The Reckoning." Samael is an ancient entity that goes far back to the Old Testament, the Angel of Death in some cases, the tempter of mankind in other, but still beloved of God.
  • In the words of the witch Mrs. Stoughton, Fallen Angels would be responsible for having taught men how to plow the fields, making clothes, even to have given them the fire for heat and cooking. This is based on various apocryphal traditions such as that contained in the prophecies of Book of Enoch, where angels are considered as those who have taught the humans all the secrets of the Earth, going from cooking food, to the manufacture of weapons and jewelry and, of course, to the lustful pleasures.


  1. Adam Simon about "The Sentinel"
  2. Writer's Wrap:The Reckoning

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