Kevin Tran is the prophet of the Lord at the beginning of the last few seasons bringing a much need mix to the hero complex. We see the most unspectacular person plan for the most ordinary thing like SATs and secondary school entry. Then while talking to his girlfriend, he has an episode that makes him say the word has been found. Following these events, He stole the tablet while nobody was watching and made a run for it. However, he was pursued and finally caught by Sam and Meg. He revealed to the brothers that he couldn’t justify what happened or why he felt coerced to keep the tablet close to him. However, he informed them that he can read it although it was getting harder to focus reading it over time. Two angels, Hester, and Inias, arrive to accompany him to the desert, a rite for every prophet to understand the Word. However, they were expelled by Dean applying a sigil. Kevin freaks out but then soothes himself. He follows the siblings, Meg, and Castiel to Rufus’s cabin. Hiding here while he completes his task like he riding in tinted car windows, staying away the ravines media. After he had transcribed the tablet, the Winchesters let the angels take him. The Angels agree to return Kevin to his mother and watch over him. Unfortunately, Edgar the Leviathan was waiting for them at Kevin’s home. He killed both of Kevin’s angel escorts and kidnapped Kevin. After many weeks of interpreting the demon tablet without much rest, Kevin eventually determines the means to shut the gates of Hell. He tells the Winchester brothers that the process comprises of three trials of God’s design, the first of which is to immerse in the blood of a hellhound. Discerning Kevin’s unkempt state, Sam urges him to take better care of himself and see the light at the end of their ordeal. At Dean’s request, Kevin began researching hellhounds to help the brothers find a way to pierce their invisibility and later called to inform that a window or pair of glasses scorched by holy fire can enable them to see a hellhound. Dean urged Kevin to seek the angel tablet for a spell that could momentarily incapacitate an angel from listening to a host’s body to warn Sam about Gadreel, the angel who possessed him. After dodging Dean’s interrogations, Gadreel comes up to the working Kevin and kills him as he is shown to have been instructed to do so by Metatron to show his loyalty and prevent the prophet from assisting the Winchesters to stop his plans to control Earth and Heaven. After Gadreel leaves with Kevin’s tablets, Dean breaks down in tears silently repeating Kevin’s name over and over in gloom as he has lost both Sam and Kevin, who were both part of what little family he had left.