I can’t stop thinking about Crowley, but a thought crossed my mind about Metatron, and what part he’s had to play in all this. When you think what disruption he’s caused to all the angels and how he’s stripped them of their home and the place they are used to being in. The disturbance he’s caused heaven in general, just to be top dog and whipping boy. He took away Cas’s grace. He made sure that Gadreel fell with all the other angels. When he met Gadreel, he knew exactly who he was. Why was Gadreel so special to his plans? Yes he used Gadreel to do his dirty work. He put innocent people down and destroyed what good was left in heaven just so he could play God!
Cas thought that the rest of the angels would realize that Metatron had been playing them for fools. Metatron thinks they will do nothing, because they are frightened little sheep. He knows he has power behind him and he knew angels would bow down to him. Just as Cas thought in season 6. So for Cas that coin flipped up on its head. He was bleating to Cas about his reputation when his was failing and a damn sight worse. Metatron thought he didn’t read enough and he never learned. Until Cas surprised him and all the angels over heard the conversation, which was Metatron’s down fall. He ended Dean’s life with that fatal blow, but he never fully got away. He always until the bitter end boasted that he could always tell a good story, it was Cas after all he told this too. But I guess Cas surprised him and played him for an even bigger fool.
So how did you see Metatron throughout season 9. What part do you think he played in the grand scheme of things, do you think he reached his ultimate goal, his prized possession, heaven! Was it great finally being the boss of the domain he wanted so badly. Was he so lonely that he invited a special few to come and sit with him. Did all his best laid plans work out? Who was more cunning and calculating Metatron or Crowley? They were both looking after their kingdom’s and using people to their own advantages. But was their prize at the end of the day worth the risk and worth its salt. Did their dream live up to its reality? How invested was Metatron, when he started typing out the best story, the story that he’d sat with God to draft up. Was this part of his plan that he wanted to live in God’s shoes and aspire to his way of life, and live God’s story? Was Metatron so infatuated with God, that he actually wanted to be him? Or did he want to pose as someone else entirely. Bella would love to know your view of Metatron and what he really stood for.