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Montoya was able to reach the Dent persona in Two-Face, and was kind to him. He fell .. Interestingly, Eastwood's "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" co-star Eli . Dean and his brother soon met God who returned to help put an end to the danger to .. Sam stated that Dean knows all of Clint Eastwood's movies line for line. Go to the east woods with her and see if there's anything you can do. Time to Meet up Before ; Complete Alice's Tasks Meeting Alice in the east woods: .

Time for some romance! Pick a flower and give it to the princess to show true love. There should be some flowers around here. Conduct of the mission Alice is lacking motivation to write her next story and asks the player to help her out. It's a classic tale with a hero and a princess I have the general outline, but it is lacking that special spark. I'm not sure what is missing.

Yes, you can help! Meet me in the woods any time before 16 o'clock today and I'll explain more. I'll pass, too many things on my plate. The mission begins when choosing "Sure. Meet up Before Try collecting some wood and stone, it will help me really picture the hero in my head. A wood pile and stone pile appear near Alice for the player to gather.

The player needs to gather the resources, regardless if the items are already in possession. Upon collecting the resources: I'm seeing it already! Indio convinces Groggy to join forces with him to trap the bounty-killers.

The next morning, Monco and Mortimer shoot down the gang, one by one, in the streets of the town. Standing alone, Mortimer shoots Groggy when the outlaw tries to run for it, but then has his gun shot out of his hand by Indio, who then takes out his pocket watch and begins playing it. As the chimes nears the end, Monco suddenly appears with an identical pocket watch, playing the same tune as Indio's, which Mortimer realizes had been taken from him earlier.

As this happens, Monco holds a Henry rifle on Indio and gives his gun belt and pistol to Mortimer, evening the odds. During the standoff, Monco looks down at the pocket watch and sees the same picture of the woman Indio had raped.

The music finishes, and Mortimer outdraws and guns down Indio. At this juncture, Mortimer takes Indio's pocket watch. Monco gives him back the other watch and remarks on a family resemblance; the Colonel replies, "Naturally, between brother and sister," indicating that the young woman's portrait was that of Mortimer's sister. His revenge complete, he decides to take no part of the bounty.

Dean values his family's safety over anything else, even going so far as to kill a demon and its human host in order to save Sam's life, as well as sacrificing his very soul and suffering in hell to resuscitate his brother. Even though Dean keeps himself in excellent physical shape, he is known to have very bad eating habits. He is often shown enjoying greasy, fattening or otherwise unhealthy food, especially cheeseburgers and pie, and dismisses salads as "rabbit food.

Despite his working knowledge of the supernatural, Dean is skeptical with regard to the "good aspects of religion. When he did meet God, he was shocked but not like Sam who was rambling on and after God called him on his anger. Dean opened up though held back some of his anger and supposedly abandoning humanity before God told him to stop comparing him to his father.

Dean has also shown on several occasions that he is a great fan of movies, particularly westerns, and was thrilled to be given a chance to go to the old west. He was also overjoyed when he met and was able to work with Eliot Nessfrequently referencing The Untouchables during the episode. Dean is typically ruthless and aggressive when he is hunting, a task which he approaches enthusiastically, making him the more merciless of the Winchester siblings.

But in spite of that, he is capable of acknowledging whenever he's going too far, as seen with his interaction with Lenore and Gordon Bloodlust. Whereas Sam is at least willing to sympathize with what they hunt, provided that their motives can be counted as morally gray, Dean mostly sees the world as black and white.

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He passionately despises what he hunts, especially demons, and is prepared to kill without question more often than not, unlike his brother. This has caused him to develop a bigotry against most supernatural creatures and beings.

He dislikes showing his emotions to monsters, and when facing beings like Abaddon or Azazel he acts threatening and determined. When facing the angels, even knowing what they could do to him, Dean is sarcastic, rude, and insulting, often referring to them as "dicks". The only being he was openly afraid of was Death ; on the rare occasions that they met, Dean was nervous and cautious, and when Dean was angry or frustrated enough to talk back, he became visibly scared and backed off the moment Death appeared annoyed.

Despite these traits, Dean is very laid-back and well-disposed when not on the hunt, and he values the safety of his family and innocent civilians above all else, even his own life.

Though on occasion he can be somewhat impulsive as well as arrogant, Dean is both extremely intelligent and competent. He is more likely to exhibit irrational behavior when his family is threatened. Despite being the better hunter, Dean admits he doesn't see himself as anything other than a "grunt. But regardless his feelings always return.

These feelings can be traced back to his relationship with his father John, who at times treated him as a tool rather than as a son and who held him to unrealistic or unfair standards. Dean enjoys the uncomplicated things in life, such as good food and television. He almost constantly displays some level of humorous behavior, and frequently makes light of tense situations.

He sometimes appears foolish due to this habit, but this seems to be merely his means of dealing with the stress of hunting. Dean shows on multiple occasions a soft spot for children. He is very good with them, able to talk to them with ease, and he is always very sympathetic; this most likely stems from the fact he practically raised Sam when he was a child.

Dean's affection extends to nearly all children, particularly young ones, although he also cares about teenagers. Dean is more willing to put his life in danger for children than he is for nearly any others.

Dean's affection even extends to monster children, and despite his ruthless approach to hunting he's usually unwilling to kill monster children unless he has a crucial need. After his extraction from Hell by Castiel, Dean began exhibiting noticeable anxiety and experienced chronic, abominable nightmares of his experience there. He initially lied to Sam that he remembered nothing of his time in Hell, but eventually confessed and told him he remembered every detail.

The fact that he tortured souls just to escape torture himself weighed heavily on Dean, leaving him visibly sad and guilt-ridden. Due to this, he believed he was unworthy of rescue. He also explained to his brother that he wished he couldn't feel anything, as the sorrow he felt is so overwhelming. Dean later revealed in Family Remains that it was not just the fact he tortured souls, but the fact he enjoyed it.

Another side of Dean is his utter disgust at Sam for many of his dangerous or foolish actions, such as drinking demon blood, and having a sexual relationship with a demon.

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While this made him angry, Dean continues to love Sam since he knows their family isn't perfect. His reluctance to completely leave his brother made it difficult for Dean to stay with the Braedens during season 6, and many a times Dean has chosen his brother over others.

Dean also drinks a lot of alcohol, especially during times of stress. This worsened during season 7 when life was becoming too difficult for him to bear. Dean also fell into a period of depression. Following Bobby's death at the hands of Dick RomanDean developed a very strong, obsessive revenge streak in him and spent the entirety of the season hunting Dick down to kill him.

As part of Bobby's last wishes he tried to let go of his anger and vengeance, and while in the end he succeeded in killing Dick, it was as part of the job and not for vengeance. The constant life-or-death situations Dean was forced into while in Purgatory created an extreme change in him. While he was stuck there, he became emotionless and paranoid of the fear of getting attacked.

He killed monsters of Purgatory with ease and was always fighting for his survival. When returned to Earth, his new outlook on life was clear.

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He became hardened, emotionless, and at times ruthless; his humor and puns were nonexistent when hunting. That changed with Castiel's return from Purgatory after which he started to show his light-hearted side again. Having a now haunted sense of self-created in him during that year, he became firmer in his belief of hunting. He had personally seen all the monsters they hunted in Purgatory and in doing so, developed a strong sense of responsibility to the people they saved. Dean now believes that it is their duty to save people and quitting out of the hunting business is permanently out of the question.