Goals StarvingCorruptingKillingInfecting people

Using the alias "Dr. Green" (a reference to the color of his ring and car) Pestilence is working at the Serenity Valley Convalescent Home. Because of this, Famine can barely infect anyone by himself, forcing Lucifer to send lower level-demons to care for him until his powers are fully regenerated. He tends to an old woman named Celeste, telling her she has a combination of the common cold, dengue fever, and a "nasty, nasty case of Japanese encephalitis." He is accompanied by a swarm of flies and has the appearance of a man suffering a heavy cold, though this appears to be a ruse since, after leaving the drugstore, he straightens up and laughs while throwing the medicine away.

Pestilence also had a habit of hiding his feelings, and appearing calm and even friendly, then revealing his true feelings in explosive outbursts. Pestilence

A demon-possessed nurse comes to warn him that the Winchesters have arrived and suggests they leave, noting that Sam and Dean have "a track record with Horsemen." The nurse reminds him they are under strict orders not to kill the vessels, to which Pestilence angrily scoffs "Well, if Satan wants them so bad, he can GLUE THEM BACK TOGETHER!". Pestilence professes allegiance towards War and Famine, showing anger when he learned of their defeat.

It's ridiculous... and all I can do is show Him He's wrong, one epidemic at a time. At the beginning of the episode, Pestilence is revealed to be hiding in a retirement home, posing as a "Dr. Green". Sam and Dean later learn that he referred to his and Lucifer's plan to spread the Croatoan virus through shipments of swine flu vaccine.

Bobby later tells them over the phone that this is the fourth town that they know of that Pestilence has hit, but they are no closer to finding him. He greets the Winchesters as they stagger towards his room, suffering from Pestilence's powers and has the demon nurse bring them into the room.

Death seems to be the only Horseman who is actually killed, the others were depowered. Disease gets a bad rap, don't you think? Family

His brothersLucifer The first part of the plan was for Pestilence to start a swine flu epidemic, which set the stage for the second step: mass nationwide distribution of the Niveus vaccine which contains the Croatoan virus. Biography. He buys some flu medication and leaves. Each us…

Pestilence is a supporting antagonist during Season 5 of the television show Supernatural.He is one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and is a servant of Lucifer.He is the living embodiment of plague and disease. They were in the process of bringing forth the "Hell" that Castiel talked about in "It's the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester". At the beginning of the episode, Pestilence is revealed to be hiding in a retirement home, posing as a "Dr. Green". He manifests physically on Earth by taking on human form. They even appear when he is communicating through blood goblets with demons when he himself is unseen.

Their rings, unknown to all but a few select individuals, are the keys to Lucifer's Cage in Hell, and thus the Horsemen collectively hold the key to sending him back.

Type of Hostile Species Due to his age Death is very detached from the rest of the world and does not really care that much for the Apocalypse and those involved, thinking them to be little more than bacteria.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse 5 He considers disease to be a pure and wonderful thing, whose reputation as loathsome and chaotic is actually because of sick peoples. Sam, Castiel and Bobby Singer foil his plan by killing his demons and blowing up the distribution warehouse before the virus can be sent out. Uh, but, really, that just describes people who get sick. Pestilence embraces the nurse and turns the ring on his finger, triggering an epidemic in the nursing home affecting every human inside, including Sam and Dean who are armed and hunting Pestilence. Incapacitated