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Ibriel is an angel and one of Lucifer Morningstar's siblings. After God announced his retirement, Ibriel sided with Michael in his attempt to replace their father over Lucifer. He was present during the final battle between the twins, where he fought Lucifer's Demon forces. However, after Lucifer defeated Michael and proved himself worthy as the new Sovereign of Heaven, Ibriel bent a knee with the others in recognizing Lucifer as the new God.

Biography[]

History[]

Creation[]

Ibriel was one of the many Angels born to God and Goddess predating the Big Bang.[1]

Battle for Supremacy[]

Tracking Down TJ[]

Ibriel is one of the Angels that immediately supports Michael's aspiration of becoming the new God. He and Raziel were assigned by Michael to track down TJ Ross, who had the final piece of the Flaming Sword. They found him at an abandoned beer factory, where they fought, though it proved difficult, as the piece granted TJ with superhuman strength.

Ibriel and Raziel pin TJ Ross.

Ibriel and Raziel shoved TJ into a large metal vat, but he pushed them away. They grab his arms and hit him in the chest, before pinning him to the vat again. Michael soon arrived, and the two asked for Michael's assistance of getting the piece out of TJ's hand. When TJ claimed he would over his dead body, he broke free again, but Ibriel and Raziel grabbed hold of him again. Finding TJ's point to be valid, Ibriel brought up that with God gone, they can kill Humans now and urged Michael to do so to get what he wanted.

When Michael couldn't bring himself to kill TJ, Ibriel questioned if he was okay. Michael walked over in back of them and revealed himself to actually be Lucifer Morningstar. The two Angels released TJ and prepared to fight their brother, only to be surprised by the arrival of the real Michael, who sliced TJ's throat with Azrael's Blade, without hesitation.

Lucifer asked if they wanted a God who slaughtered the innocent for his own gain, but Ibriel believed that Human beings didn't matter and that there deaths were insignificant. Lucifer then revealed that Michael killed Remiel with Azrael's Blade, much to their horror, though Michael claimed he did what he had to. They were then interrupted by Chloe Decker, who shot Michael in the back to distract him long enough for her and Lucifer to flee.[2]

Casting the Votes[]

The day of the election, Michael gathered the Angels in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Ibriel and the others waited for Lucifer, Amenadiel, and Chloe to arrive so they cast their votes. When they did, despite Zadkiel and Raziel choosing Lucifer over Michael due to his reasonings of becoming God, Ibriel and the others stayed where they stood. With the votes casted, Michael declared himself God, though much Ibriel's and the others confusion, nothing happened.

They realized that the vote had to be unanimous, Michael threatened to kill all the opposing votes, causing Raziel to return to Michael. Ibriel and the others soon became confused at Lucifer's team breaking out into song and dance, but realized they were just stalling. At that moment, Mazikeen and Eve arrived with a Demon army to back up Lucifer.

Ibriel prepares for battle.

Unintimated by the arrival the Demons, Ibriel and another Angel unveiled their wings and rised into the air for battle at Michael's command. They were, however, shot out of the sky by Chloe, using melted down Demon bullets. Lucifer and Michael decided to fight each other for the thrown and Ibriel watched with all the others as they did. The battle ended with Michael killing Chloe and Lucifer flying up to Heaven to save her. After Lucifer left, Ibriel and the others engaged in battle with Lucifer's army.[2]

Accepting the New God[]

Ibriel bows before Lucifer Morningstar.

As the battle waged on, they were halted by the mysterious ressurection of Lucifer and Ibriel and the others went to see the outcome of Lucifer and Michael's battle. Lucifer ended up sparing Michael's life, and instead severed his wings with the Flaming Sword, granting him a second chance. With Lucifer defeating Michael, and proving himself, Ibriel, like the other Angels, bowed to Lucifer and accepted him as the new God.[2]

Personality[]

Much like other Angels, Ibriel shows no regard for Human life, feeling the death of TJ Ross was insignificant and necessary to complete their own goals. He did, however, care about his family, as he was horrified that Michael eradicated Remiel with Azrael's Blade. Though, it wasn't enough to turn him against Michael in his quest to become the new God.

Ibriel knows when to admit defeat, as when Lucifer Morningstar defeated Michael in deciding who would take their father's place as the Sovereign of Heaven, Ibriel took a knee with the others in accepting their brother as the new God.

Powers[]

Powers[]

  • Angel Physiology: As an angel, Ibriel has their powers, as well as their weaknesses.
    • Superhuman Strength: Ibriel, like all angels, has immense levels of superhuman strength and can exert, lift and carry an unbelievable amount of force and mass.
    • Superhuman Speed: Ibriel, like all angels, has tremendous superhuman speed, he can appear and disappear much faster than the human eye could see.
    • Superhuman Reflexes: Ibriel, like all angels, has incredible superhuman reflexes, and react, dodge, or catch incoming damage at immense speeds.
    • Immortality: As an angelic celestial being, Ibriel is immune to age, having lived since the beginning of creation, and is also impossible to harm by any means which can kill or injure mortals easily.
    • Flight: Ibriel's wings allow him to fly. He can fly as fast or faster than the speed of light in which he would seemingly disappear from the Human eye, in a similar manner, akin to teleportation.
      • Dimensional Travel: Ibriel is able to travel between Heaven, Hell, and Earth.

Abilities[]

  • Expert Combatant: Ibriel is a well known fighter among his Angel siblings. He was able to hold his own against TJ Ross, who had possession of Amenadiel's necklace which granted him superhuman strength. He was such a capable fighter that Michael chose him, with another Angel, to lead the charge against Lucifer Morningstar's Demon army.

Weaknesses[]

  • Demon Daggers Forged In Hell: Demon Daggers are able to lethally harm all angels.
  • Other Supernatural Beings: Like all other angels, Ibriel can be killed by other supernatural beings, which includes other angels and demons.
  • Self - Actualization It is mentioned throughout the series that all angels are able to self-actualize, which results in their judgements manifesting as psychosomatic changes, as shown with Amenadiel losing his wings. Ibriel should be vulnerable to this weakness just as any other angel.
  • Flaming Sword: Ibriel can be eradicated with Azrael's Blade or the completed Flaming Sword, as shown with Remiel and Uriel's deaths with the sole blade.

Family[]

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Notes:

  • Solid lines denote blood relationships
  • Dashed lines denote romantic relationships
  • denote deceased individuals

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Appearances[]

Season One
#2 "Lucifer, Stay. Good Devil." Indirect mention
Season Two
#1 "Everything's Coming Up Lucifer" Indirect mention
#2 "Liar, Liar, Slutty Dress on Fire" Indirect mention
#5 "Weaponizer" Indirect mention
#6 "Monster" Indirect mention
#14 "Candy Morningstar" Indirect mention
#15 "Deceptive Little Parasite" Indirect mention
#17 "Sympathy for the Goddess" Indirect mention
#18 "The Good, the Bad and the Crispy" Indirect mention
Season Three
#11 "City of Angels?" Indirect mention
#20 "The Angel of San Bernardino" Indirect mention
#25 "Boo Normal" Indirect mention
#26 "Once Upon a Time" Indirect mention
Season Four
#4 "All About Eve" Indirect mention
#5 "Expire Erect" Indirect mention
Season Five
#9 "Family Dinner" Indirect mention
#14 "Nothing Lasts Forever" Indirect mention
#15 "Is This Really How It's Going To End?!" Indirect mention
#16 "A Chance at a Happy Ending" Appears
Season Six
#1 "Nothing Ever Changes Around Here" Indirect mention

Gallery[]

Links[]

Non-Humans
Angels
(Archangels)

Amenadiel (formerly) • AzraelCastielGabrielHanjobadielIbrielJophielLezmegadielMichaelLucifer MorningstarRaphaelRazielRemielSaraqaelUrielZadkiel

Deities

AmenadielGodGoddess

Demons

BeliosDromosGromosMazikeenSquee

Nephilims

CharlieAurora Morningstar

Other

GaudiumLilith

References[]

Non-Humans
Angels
(Archangels)

Amenadiel (formerly) • AzraelCastielGabrielHanjobadielIbrielJophielLezmegadielMichaelLucifer MorningstarRaphaelRazielRemielSaraqaelUrielZadkiel

Deities

AmenadielGodGoddess

Demons

BeliosDromosGromosMazikeenSquee

Nephilims

CharlieAurora Morningstar

Other

GaudiumLilith

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