Reapers is a type of angel, tasked with the duty of taking human souls to the Afterlife in Supernatural the CW TV show. Reapers are the children of Death, who has established the Natural Order with God, which shows that souls must move on, as being a ghost is somewhat unnatural.
Tessa was a Reaper. She came to collect Dean's soul after he is put into a comatose state following a car crash in Devil's Trap. She later teams up with Sam and Dean in Death Takes A Holiday to stop Alastair from breaking one of the 66 Seals by killing Reapers.
In English Death is usually given the name Grim Reaper and from the 15th century to now, the Grim Reaper is shown as a human skeleton holding a scythe and clothed with a black cloak with a hood. It is also given the name of Angel of Death (Hebrew: מלאך המוות, Mal'ach Ha'Mavett), that appeared in the Bible.
Reapers are servants of Death. They assist in maintaining The Natural Order and used to be thought as completely neutral, aligned with neither Heaven nor Hell nor Purgatory.
'Supernatural' Profile: Death
Death, also known as the Pale Horseman and The Angel of Death, was the oldest and most powerful member of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and an ancient primordial entity of immense power.
In the Kabbalah there are twelve archangels, each assigned to a certain sephira: Metatron, Raziel, Cassiel, Zadkiel, Camael, Michael, Uriel & Haniel, Raphael & Jophiel, Gabriel, and Sandalphon.
Castiel (Supernatural), a fictional angel in the television series Supernatural.
In Greek mythology, Chronos, called Father Time, was the king of titans and the father of Zeus. Cronus was a harvest god and carried a sickle, which is a tool used in harvesting grain. The Grim Reaper carrying a scythe is derived from a combination of Chronus and Cronus.
The Grim Reaper has also performed various magically-based feats including but not limited to: teleporting himself and others, summoning demons, creating illusions, and clairvoyant viewing. The Reaper's physical strength is supernaturally heightened slightly beyond the natural limitations of the human body.
The fallen angels are named after entities from both Christian and Pagan mythology, such as Moloch, Chemosh, Dagon, Belial, Beelzebub and Satan himself. Following the canonical Christian narrative, Satan convinces other angels to live free from the laws of God, thereupon they are cast out of heaven.
Although lacking the eminent scythe, his portrayal nevertheless resembles the Grim Reaper. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow mentions Azrael in The Reaper and the Flowers as an angel of death, but he is not equated with Samael, the angel of death in Jewish lore who appears as a fallen and malevolent angel, instead.
Before the creation of man, Azrael proved to be the only angel brave enough to go down to Earth and face the hordes of Iblīs, the devil, in order to bring God the materials needed to make man. For this service he was made the angel of death and given a register of all mankind.
Before dying, John tells Dean, if he can't save Sam, he'll have to kill him, should he become evil.
Reapers stop time. You can only see them when they're coming at you. Reapers are beings that serve Death. They assist in maintaining The Natural Order and used to be thought as completely neutral, aligned with neither Heaven nor Hell nor Purgatory.
Metatron was an angel and the Scribe of God who recorded the Word of God. In Heaven, Metatron was personally selected by God to write down his word and then God disappeared.
To unlock Reaper you need to find and speak to the 'Flustered Attendant' in the city of Ul'dah (the desert one) by the Steps of Nald. The closest Aetheryte to the NPC is the Sapphire Avenue of exchange so teleport there for ease. You can find them at these coordinates: X:12.8, Y:8.6.
However, both Sage and Reaper start at level 70, which means that players will not be immediately able to take them into the Endwalker Main Scenario Quests or subsequent dungeons.
Reaper starts off at level 70 and comes with a well-developed and streamlined skillset from the jump. Below is a simplified guide outlining how you should be using your skills and abilities as Reaper.
The Reaper is a melee DPS job in Final Fantasy XIV, introduced in the Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker expansion. Armed with a scythe as their weapon of choice, Reapers have the ability to channel and host voidsent avatars to aid them in combat. They have no base class and start at level 70.
Lady MacDeath (Bug-a-Boo)
Lady MacDeath is a Grim Reaper, the personification of Death who is responsible of going after all people whose time to die has come, although unlike a typical Grim Reaper, her body is not pictured as made of bones.
The Grim Reaper has often - falsely - been depicted as an evil spirit that preys on mortals. In truth, however, they are neither evil nor good, merely a force of nature and order.
Uriel is listed as the fourth angel in Christian Gnostics (under the name Phanuel). However, the Book of Enoch clearly distinguishes the two angels. Uriel means "God is my Light", whereas Phanuel means "Turn to God". Uriel is the third angel listed in the Testament of Solomon, the fourth being Sabrael.
Michael the Archangel, in the Bible and in the Qurʾān (as Mīkāl), one of the archangels. He is repeatedly depicted as the “great captain,” the leader of the heavenly hosts, and the warrior helping the children of Israel.
Cassiel is sometimes described as the angel of tears, the angel of temperance, or the angel who presides over the deaths of kings. As Qafsiel, he is sometimes regarded as the ruler of the moon instead of Saturn. Averroes and Ibn Arabi likewise listed Saturn as the planetary counterpart of the archangel Kafziel.