Freshly escaped, Castiel reunites with Sam and Dean and the chase is on to catch Lucifer before the devil regains his power – and piles up bodies along the way.
Supernatural – “Devil’s Bargain”, Season 13, Episode 13
Airdate: February 8, 2018
Director: Eduardo Sánchez
Writers: Eugenie Ross-Leming and Brad Buckner
Created by: Eric Kripke
What You Should Know:
A handful of years ago, the former Scribe of God stripped the angels of their wings and cast them from Heaven in an event known as The Fall. Several angels have since found their way back to Heaven, but their wings are forever lost and their power forever a fraction of what it once was.
Before his escape from Michael and the Apocalypse World, a large amount of Lucifer’s grace was stolen. Once home he met up with Castiel, trying to convince the other angel to ally with him in the coming battle against Michael. Their conversation was cut off by the arrival of Asmodeus, who took them both captive.
Since they’ve been in captivity, Asmodeus has been impersonating Castiel via telephone to keep the Winchesters off his trail. Working together Lucifer and Cas managed a bloody escape before Lucifer turned to Castiel, asking to feed on some of Castiel’s grace. Distrustful of Lucifer, Castiel stabbed him.
Sam and Dean have become aware of their mother’s survival, and her continued entrapment in the Apocalypse World. After a failed rescue attempt Jack, Lucifer’s son, is now stuck there as well.
What You’ll Find Out:
Castiel stumbles in the dark through the woods, weakened and bloody, his memory hazy. Flashes of his altercation with Lucifer running through his mind before he ultimately passes out. In the morning he’s awakened by two boys who happen upon, believing him to be dead, one of whom pokes him with a stick. The boys panic when Cas startles awake and flee. Cas climbs to his feet, seeming to have regained his senses, and returns to the run-down building where he’d last seen Lucifer. Lucifer, of course, is nowhere in sight.
A young woman is attempting to roller skate down a sidewalk, nearly colliding with everything in her path. A male baker exits his shop with a multi-tier, beautifully decorated wedding cake, moments before the woman crosses his path. He sees her coming, she sees him, she swerves, losing her balance, so he tosses aside the cake and catches her perfectly. It’s like destiny. Because it is – sort of. A cupid watches from the sidelines, proud of another successful match, for the moment he can enjoy it before Lucifer steps up behind him. Lucifer pulls Cupid out of sight and slices his throat just enough to suck out his grace. Then he asks where he can find more angels, and when he’s dissatisfied with Cupid’s uncertainty he kills the grace-less angel.
Castiel finally reunites with Sam and Dean and tells them his story. It takes them a moment to wrap their heads around pieces of it, such as an Apocalypse World version of Kevin Tran. Cas admits he met with Lucifer willingly, as Lucifer said he wanted to help fight off Michael and he was weakened. Dean reminds Cas he specifically said “not to do anything stupid,” and Cas defends that given the circumstances it actually seemed like the right course of action. Until Asmodeus showed up, and, of course, Lucifer’s inevitable betrayal. When the boys ask for news about their mother, Castiel is only able to confirm what they already know: she’s alive.
Lucifer makes his way down a sidewalk, shivering in the cold and feeling weak. Everyone he sees around him are humans, not a single angel for him to feed off. As he looks he spots a group of people at an outdoor restaurant, being served burgers and fries, and realizes to his disgust that he’s hungry. For food. Then he spots a beggar in the plaza.
Asmodeus is astounded at the incompetence of his inferiors as Ketch reports the latest news. He doesn’t feel he was asking too much to have Lucifer kept in the cage while he was running his “important errand.” Ketch declares his surprise that Asmodeus left at all, causing Asmodeus to repeat himself before adding that he’s rethinking his original idea of holding Lucifer prisoner. Ketch boldly defines that original idea as “monumentally stupid.” Asmodeus immediately steps into Ketch’s face, trying to stare him down, and when Ketch refuses to blink Asmodeus reluctantly agrees. Before promptly instructing Ketch to kill Lucifer. “Before he fills the tank.”
Lucifer’s found a cup and taken a spot on the two-seater stone bench next to the one the beggar is on, extending his cup to passerby and demanding “Money.” He often sticks his cup practically into their torsos, but everyone walks past or around him without pause, most taking a moment to drop a donation into the beggar’s box. Lucifer continues to ‘plead,’ offering to just take some mens coats instead. The beggar interrupts to offer some advice, suggesting the people don’t like his demeanor. That it’s off-putting. Lucifer whines that he’s not used to needing things like food or money, grumbling about how much he hates being human. The beggar jokes that it’s not like they have another choice before declaring that he’s done for the day and picking up his box of money. He offers to take Lucifer to get some food.
They go around to the dumpster of an Italian restaurant, much to Lucifer’s chagrin, and he pushes for the idea that they take some of the guy’s hard-earned money to go and eat inside. The beggar declines, as he’s saving every penny to get the help of a local faith healer by the name of Sister Jo. Lucifer tries telling him to give up on his injured leg, and that all faith healers are cons, but the beggar insists. He’s seen it himself, lots of times. She cures all sorts of ailments with just a touch. From the way he describes it, in fact, Sister Jo sounds a lot like an angel….
At the bunker, Dean reenters their makeshift war-room with something wrapped in a cloth and an apology for Cas. He feels guilty for not knowing Cas was being held prisoner; for not knowing they were talking to a fake. Castiel assures him he’s fine and that he understands. He’s more concerned about their plan which, as Dean describes it, is a longshot. Dean points out they tend to rely on a lot of those. Sam returns to the bunker with their ally, the Prophet Donatello.
Once Sam and Donatello are gathered around the table Dean runs down the plan for everyone, such as it is. They know that archangel grace is the key ingredient for opening the door between the worlds, so they need to grab Lucifer – which they figure they can manage between the three of them while he’s as weak as Cas says. Once the spell’s ready they use Lucifer’s grace to open the portal, rescue Mary, and Jack, and run like hell back home in order to slam the door behind them before Michael can follow them through. A plan Dean acknowledges will be “harder than it sounds.”
Donatello follows this all okay and asks if these spells are all on the angel tablet. Sam tells him they are as Cas tells him they don’t have the angel tablet any longer. What they have is the demon tablet, and at this Sam flips open the cloth, revealing the demon tablet. Donatello is immediately enthralled by the tablet when he sees it, and when Sam asks what they can do to help him accomplish the task of translating it in order to see if the spell they need is there, Donatello tells them he’ll need chicken wings. Lots of chicken wings.
At this moment Castiel is hit with a cry on Angel Radio. It’s a report saying a vessel was found the night before, brutally killed. They can only think of one man who would have any reason to be hunting angels.
Meanwhile, at Elgin Hall, dozens of people are filing into the unassuming building as Sister Jo sets up for her healing session. As the crowd watches she takes cash in exchange for giving new life to the ailing, healing an elderly woman’s warped spine, then a young man’s horribly burned face. Entirely unaware of Lucifer lurking in the back, verifying for himself that she is, in fact, an angel.
Castiel and the Winchesters have made it to the scene of the cupid’s death. The body, of course, has been removed, but a quick review of the photos in the file assure them his grace was stolen before he died. Confirming their fear that Lucifer is attempting to rebuild his strength.
Lucifer approaches Sister Jo as she counts up her cash after the show, calling her out on her true identity: Anael. With a casual glance over her shoulder, she acknowledges him in return, clearly unafraid, which piques his curiosity. He accuses her of not being particularly Heavenly, what with collecting money for healing people, and returns by pointing out the fact that they’re not in Heaven. She continues by proudly explaining how she ended up where she is, that when the angels fell, instead of panicking and taking any vessel she could swindle she waited and listened. She found a woman praying for her husband’s survival, made a trade, and quickly came to realize how much humanity values their lives. And just how much she could earn by offering to extend them.
In her opinion, Anael went from one underrated angel to a rather fantastic businesswoman. Lucifer admits to being a little impressed, but it fails to change his need to feed. However, Anael retains her calm as he produces his angel blade and even as he backs her up to the raised stage, blade at her throat. She proposes that instead of him killing her and quickly needing to hunt down another victim, he keep her alive and feed off her repeatedly. Never taking all at once, but rather some at a time, then allowing her the opportunity to recover her strength so she’ll be able to feed him again. He hesitates at this perspective, so she reminds him she’s “still a businesswoman,” if she helps him, he’d have to help her, too.
Dean and the others are talking to people at the plaza where Lucifer earlier attempted to beg for money, still posing as FBI to make the questioning easier. Sam spots the same beggar from before and goes to talk to him, showing him a photo of Lucifer as he asks if the beggar has seen him. The beggar confirms, casually volunteering how they “had a nice chat,” which takes Sam aback. He adds they talked about the faith healer, Sister Jo, and Sam’s concern mounts when he learns Lucifer was interested.
That night, after Lucifer finishes feeding on Anael, he admits this experience was much more enjoyable than the last. As soon as she hears he had to kill his last meal she questions him, realizing he was responsible for the death she heard about on Angel Radio. Alarmed at this news, she hurriedly asks if anyone knew he was coming to see her.
The Impala pulls up to Elgin Hall and the trio makes their way up the front steps. As soon as they enter the small entry room they hear a brief noise from inside the main hall and, weapons ready, Sam kicks the double doors open. In the moment before their would-be attack, they find themselves face-to-face with an equally prepared Ketch, in an otherwise abandoned building. Everyone stands down and Ketch releases a bitter laugh at the realization that it’s “only” them.
When the moment of surprise fades, Dean demands to know what Ketch is doing there. Ketch tries to dodge the question, reminding them of how he saved them and was thanked for it with a bullet previously, but this tactic fails. Instead, he says he’s there to kill Lucifer, like them, and when asked who he’s working for he suggests he’s doing it for the good of the world. Castiel declares that to be impossible, with no argument from the Winchesters. Ketch gives Cas a brief look, steps closer, and switches the interrogation to the helpful idea that they should all work together in their endeavor to defeat Lucifer. “Huzzah!” Instead of offering a verbal response Castiel knocks him unconscious and lets him fall to the floor.
Lacking anything else to do with him, the Winchesters lock Ketch in the trunk, intending to bring him back to the bunker for one last conversation. Dean’s plan to then execute him, burn the bones and “scatter the ashes” of Ketch’s remains is put on hold, however, when Sam finds a video of one of Sister Jo’s healings. He plays it for the others and Castiel informs them that she’s actually an angel. Making the boys wonder, then, if Lucifer’s killed her, why haven’t they found a body?
On the road, Sam’s phone buzzes and as soon as he looks at the notification he voices shock. Just to be safe he’d set an alert on his phone to monitor for Sister Jo’s credit card activity. And she’s just checked in to a hotel.
At an undisclosed hotel, Anael watches out the window of a newly rented room as Lucifer steps up behind her and brushes her hair aside. When he brings his blade to her throat she encourages him not to rush and turns to face him. So he takes his time and she holds his head to her throat, as the sensation is clearly pleasurable. Between each ‘bite’ he heals the slice on her neck before making a new one. When they’re done they flop onto the bed, exhausted and overcome by a type of euphoria.
Anael says that in those last moments when her grace is at its lowest, she’s able to feel a sense of emotions. She estimates they’re similar to what humans must feel. Lucifer sympathizes, admitting he’s felt the same thing and he hated it. All the loneliness, the vulnerability, the hunger, the cold. But those aren’t what Anael sees most. She sees the possibility of hope. And it makes her jealous of humans because they have the chance to be whatever they want. Which prompts her to tell Lucifer about her role in Heaven. Her purpose of pushing a button. Because that was all she was relegated to be, no matter the opinions and visions she had, no matter who she spoke to.
She confesses that after The Fall she felt “liberated,” and imagines he must have felt the same once. But he didn’t. Lucifer tells her he just wanted to belong, to please his father. Now he worries he’ll fail as a father in the same ways. He looks away in frustration so Anael pulls his gaze back with a touch on the jaw, reminding him of who he is. He sits up, shaking off the mood and declares that he can feel himself getting stronger already. Once he gets his power his back he’ll find his son and then “the fun really starts.”
Asmodeus is interrupted by a messenger who tells him urgently that they found the prophet.
Donatello steps out of a fast food place with a fresh bucket of chicken wings, startled briefly at the sight of Castiel waiting for him. Cas explains that the Winchesters sent him to check on Donatello, and Donatello accepts the answer easily. He goes on to explain he hasn’t figured a whole lot out yet, although he’s confirmed the spell they want is in fact on the tablet. It’ll be complicated, and he hasn’t even begun deciphering the ingredients’ list, but mostly he’s worried because he’d feel terrible if he can’t open the portal in time to save Mary and Jack. At about this point in the conversation ‘Castiel’ gives up his act, revealing himself to be Asmodeus in disguise, and puts Donatello under a spell, compelling the prophet to report only to him.
Dean, Sam, and Cas pull into the motel parking lot the following morning to investigate Sister Jo’s credit card trail. Using a simple ruse, Sam confirms Anael is alive and draws her out of the room under the guise of needing to verify her card, while Lucifer stays behind to continue fact-checking the Bible. Castiel and the Winchesters intercept her in the hall, assuming her to be a victim, and without missing a beat Anael plays right along. She tells them Lucifer is still very weak and he’s captured her with the intent to drain her grace. Before they can ask questions she pleads with them to help her escape him. They ask her to take them to him, so she leads the way and cautiously knocks on the door, calling to him and referring to him as “Lord Lucifer” in hopes of tipping him off.
Lucifer opens the door, unprepared to see Sam and Dean crowding the doorway. He steps back, allowing them into the room, and Castiel enters from another area, blocking any exit. Lucifer is surprised to see Castiel survived, but he switches from that to teasing compliments at Dean and Sam. Behind the Winchesters, Anael says they forced her to tell them how weak he still is. Sam leans back to her and whispers for her to run, assuring her they can handle Lucifer. Lucifer asks the brothers what happens next, as he assumes their plan is to kill him. Instead, Dean extracts a set of angel warded handcuffs and promises to kill him “eventually.”
Dean takes a step forward and Anael spins on Sam, blasting him into a wall. Taking her cue, Lucifer throws Castiel into a mirrored wall first before tossing Dean through a closet door. Anael urges him to leave but he wants to savor the moment, using his growing power to grab hold of Sam’s and Dean’s insides and bring them pain. His fun is short-lived, though, when he glimpses Ketch step into the room with a glowing weapon in his hands. Lucifer releases the Winchesters in favor of grabbing Anael and teleporting the both of them out of range of the weapon a heartbeat before it bursts.
Lucifer and Anael land outside, somewhere cold and surrounded by winter-dried foliage. The exertion’s taken a toll on Lucifer and he remarks about needing to “get in better shape.” Once he’s caught his breath he asks her why she made the choice she made and Anael replies that it’s as she said before – “you help me, I help you.” Accepting her answer, Lucifer poses a new question. Where on Earth are they supposed to go next?
Simultaneously, as soon as the smoke has cleared, Ketch bemoans having missed his chance to kill Lucifer but remarks that he’s saved them. Again. And once everyone’s back on their feet, and it’s clear he’s not going to specify how he got out of the trunk, Ketch opts to more sincerely suggest they “pool their resources” and work together to take down Lucifer. Dean, Sam, and Castiel are still more than hesitant, however, so Ketch volunteers a large secret in the interest of full disclosure. He confesses to working for Asmodeus. Blown away by this revelation, they demand to know how this news helps them trust him, and he argues it offers an opportunity. That he can provide information they wouldn’t otherwise have access to. Ketch further declares that while he knows they hate him and want him dead, etc, they should really understand he’s at least “the lesser of … three evils” and push that aside for the time being.
Lucifer and Anael have made their way to the sandbox gate, and Lucifer is purposing an absolutely absurd idea. He tells Duma, accompanied by two other angels, that he knows full well the angels are running dangerously low on numbers. They need more angels and they have no way to make them with God on sabbatical. Except for him. He’s seen how it’s done, he knows what to do. Duma doesn’t believe him so Anael speaks up in his defense and Duma turns on her, putting her down with harsh, barely acknowledging words. Lucifer steps in, telling Duma that Anael is with him and Duma will listen to her. That he can, and he will create more angels – for a price. He wants to be named the undisputed king of Heaven.
Duma laughs in his face at the notion, the two beside her grinning as well. Lucifer talks over her laughter, reminding them of what they all know – angels were designed to follow, not lead. They need a leader. Which, of course, is him. Duma still seems to think the idea is comical until he offers the coups de gras. “How’d you like your wings back?”
Back at the bunker, Donatello continues to pile up chicken wings while the others, sitting beside him around the table, discuss Ketch and his offer. Castiel asks the obvious question of trust, which they all agree on – absolutely not. Unfortunately, Sam does agree on his usefulness for the time being. As Dean finishes cleaning one of his pistols Cas asks what they’ll do with him after and Dean cocks the barrel pointedly. Sam changes the subject, turning to Donatello to compliment the progress he’s made. Donatello releases a nonsensical, shrieking outburst that startles all three of them. After a moment he quietly apologizes and declares he’s translating the ingredients before resuming his work.
Up in Heaven, Lucifer sits on a gray-white throne in a sterile room. Anael stands beside the throne, leaning deliberately against it, facing out at the group of gathered angels all kneeling before Lucifer in a silent declaration of loyalty and recognition. Lucifer is King, “baby.”
Ketch reports back to Asmodeus, regretfully admitting he missed in his first attempt on Lucifer. But he’s certain Lucifer will resurface and give them another opportunity, he only hopes it will be before he regains his full power. Asmodeus remarks that he’d prefer it be before Sam and Dean open up a portal to “Michael Land,” as he doesn’t want to deal with any other archangels. When Ketch hints at doubt at the prospect of facing a fully-powered archangel, Asmodeus decides to show him the item he previously acquired on his “important errand.” An item once thought lost forever. He extracts a carefully stored, curved dagger-sized blade – the Archangel Blade. Known to be the only weapon capable of killing an archangel.
The Archangel Blade, though, comes with one flaw which Ketch questions. It only works if it’s being used by another archangel. Since this is true, Asmodeus shows Ketch another piece of his collection. He introduces Ketch to an obviously long-held prisoner, whose face is bloody and lips are sewn shut. The archangel, Gabriel.
What Does This Mean for the Future?
The future is seriously up in the air, with a lot of rather grim-looking options.
The imminent threat of Michael looms, propelling both Lucifer and Asmodeus to make big moves. Lucifer’s overtaken Heaven itself. Heaven may be running short on angels, but he has a plan that seems to include restrengthening the angels and definitely involves finding his amazingly powerful son. Asmodeus, meanwhile, has acquired a weapon thought lost to time; a weapon capable of killing an Archangel. And he seems to think to give it to the imprisoned, tortured, believed dead, Gabriel.
Gabriel himself is an unpredictable force. Believed dead for several years, he’s bound to have rage toward everyone involved in holding him prisoner. Whether he’ll have the temperament to wait for an opportune moment or lunge as soon as his cage door swings open is another thing altogether. Likely he’s weakened from captivity, but how much so is questionable. Will he turn into an angry killing machine? That seems doubtful. Unless the victims are mostly any remaining archangels, Asmodeus and company, and alternate reality intruders. After that, though, anything is possible.
The other big question mark in play right now is Anael, formerly Sister Jo. She’s demonstrated the ability to think on her feet, the aim for self-preservation, and the wisdom to stay alive. What no one really knows is where her loyalty is. Right now she’s dedicated herself to Lucifer. It’s the safest, smartest bet – of her current options. She knows that. But blindly throwing in with the Devil doesn’t seem like the wisest decision, and she’s a self-proclaimed businesswoman, so it seems probable there’s more at play beneath the surface. Perhaps a betrayal is already in the works. Or perhaps the opportunity will present itself later, at a time when she sees the need for it. Either way, Lucifer hardly seems like the endgame for an angel with an intellect like hers.
Oh, and then there’s Ketch. Ketch is also playing the field, but he actually knows it. He’s confident he’s better than the Winchesters and Castiel, so he’s not afraid to tell them about his association with Asmodeus. Notice he didn’t confide in Asmodeus about his proposed alliance with them. The problem for Ketch, though, is that while everyone knows he’s good (aka dangerous), everyone also seems to know he can’t be trusted. Not completely. Sooner or later Ketch is going to get himself killed because he’s too convinced he’s just that good. Or perhaps because he just doesn’t understand that the show isn’t about him.
Regardless, Dean, Sam, and Castiel have a ways to go before they can rescue Mary and Jack. And Hell – and Heaven, it looks like – to get through before Jack will really be safe.
Final Thought: Cas has finally reunited (again) with the Winchesters; Lucifer’s wrangled control of Heaven (at least temporarily); Jensen’s real-life wife is playing Lucifer’s semi-mistress; and OMG!! Gabriel’s alive!! Add to all of that the more ominous, plot-oriented points of Donatello’s curse, the Archangel Blade, and Ketch, and for sheer “what the hell just happened?!” effect I was tempted to rate this one a full ten. (It was that ending. Wow.)
So, seriously, what really did just happen? Well, when you boil it down two main things happened.
The Winchesters finally learned a) that Lucifer is back – weakened, for now, but back. So much for that whole ‘at least he’s gone’ thing. And b) Apocalypse Michael is coming, and that will be bad. Biblical Apocalypse Level 2.0 bad. So the race is on and they need to find a way to rescue their mom, and Jack, kill Lucifer and re-seal that door sooner than yesterday. Something even they know has never really been their specialty.
The other main thing, and it’s a doozy, Lucifer just wiggled his way onto Heaven’s throne. He’s sitting in Daddy’s chair now, and absolutely nothing good is going to come from that. Now I know, the whole premise of him rebuilding his power seems like it should be the bigger thing (and it is a significant thing), but that in itself I think is/was a build-up to this. Lucifer’s always scheming something. He never wanted Hell. But he likes power, he likes control, he likes scaring the crap out of people (and angels, and other things). So if his regular seat’s occupied and he’s feeling a little vulnerable on Earth, it actually makes a twisted kind of sense to me that Lucifer’s next ‘logical’ choice would be to go up. So Lucifer is, presumably and for the moment, in charge of Heaven.
The Winchesters have no idea.
Asmodeus thinks he’s found the best way to kill his former master with the Archangel Blade and a captive, ‘defeated’ archangel. Whether or not he thinks that same angel could stand toe-to-toe with a healthy, amped-up alternate Michael is anyone’s guess. Personally, I really hope Gabriel gets a chance at some good old-fashioned revenge on his keeper before Asmodeus is finally put out of our misery.
Asmodeus, who also seems to think he has at least the majority of Ketch’s loyalty. Honestly, I think only Chuck himself knows where in the world Ketch’s loyalty lies at this point. There’s a part of me that suspects Ketch himself is just bouncing around between money and killing things because it’s what he knows. Does he really care that the devil’s loose? Or does he see the devil’s wanderings as a lucrative ‘problem’?
I’m sure there are some saying there wasn’t enough Sam and Dean (or Cas), and on reflex, I want to agree with those thoughts. I mean, I always want more Dean. The truth is, though, the story being told in this episode wouldn’t have worked if it were told more from the standard perspective. We as fans needed more time to invest and feel involved with Lucifer’s movement, to understand why he didn’t just kill Anael, to see her working her way under his skin. We needed those glimpses of Asmodeus’ moves (not to mention that end scene most of us can’t get enough of). If we’d watched this like a hunt for Lucifer a lot would have been lost. On the flip side, after twelve and a half seasons, we should know the Winchesters well enough to follow their process with a few minutes here and there. That worked for me.
Speaking of Lucifer and Anael, a lot of anticipation had been leading into this episode, as it marks the Supernatural debut of star Jensen Ackles’ wife, Danneel Ackles, and pits them in – it seems – opposing roles. Personally, I thought Danneel kept up just fine with the ‘big boys’ as Anael, and I’m quite intrigued to see what develops with her character. Her motivation does seem to revolve around self-preservation as far as we can tell in this one episode, but that doesn’t have to keep her loyal to Lucifer forever. (It won’t if she’s as smart as she claims.)
So Lucifer’s looking to rebuild his strength, reestablish an army of sorts, and claim his son. Because he has an obsession with power and control? Eh, kinda. More because he wants to be ready to face off against Michael.
Meanwhile, Asmodeus has a new thing. A thing called an Archangel Blade. (Angels, apparently, aren’t very good at naming things.) He also has a somewhat-marred familiar face. Fan-favorite “trickster,” the archangel Gabriel. Gabriel’s always been a wildcard. Giving him a weapon like the Archangel Blade will only make everything more chaotic. I’d also wager it’ll turn on Asmodeus fairly quickly, especially if, as I suspect, Asmodeus is the one who’s been holding Gabriel hostage all this time.
All in all, it seems to me we could be heading toward a massive, multi-way battle. Archangels fighting each other, alternate reality archangels trying to kill everybody, Asmodeus and his demon loyalists trying to kill all the angels and the Winchesters, the Winchesters working on killing all of them without (please) dying themselves, and Chuck only knows where poor Jack will land when the dust settles. But the finale’s quickly shaping up to be pretty epic.
Too bad we have to wait until March to see what happens next!
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