Parents: Ramsey (mother/deceased) -- Father (unknown)
Siblings: Too many (but all dead to me)
Height (human form): 6'7
Height (Hellhound form): 10'0
Hair Color (human form): Mixture between Blonde and Brown
Hair Color: (Hellhound form): Black Fur
Eye Color (human form): Irridescent Blue
Eye Color (Hellhound form): Red
Skin Tone (human form): Tan
Skin Tone (Hellhound form): Black Fur
Build (human form): Muscular/Athletic
Build (Hellhound form): Immense Size, Muscular
Tattoos/ Scars: Too many to count
Weapon Of Choice: Claws, Canines
Mode Of Transportation: Harley Davidson, Black H2, Paws, Teleportation ===========================================
HELLHOUND'S LIFE WIKI VERSION:
"Hellhounds. Demonic pit bulls to demons."
Hellhounds are ballistic and maniacal canine-like beasts of the supernatural world, specifically Hell (hence the name), which are known to serve demons. Described as demonic pitbulls, hellhounds are ferocious, terrifying entities that inspire fear in humans, demons and even angels.
With time they became tasked with collecting the souls of humans whose deals are come due. In such circumstances, hellhounds can only be seen by those whom they have come for, making them a sort of reaper of the damned. In later seasons, hellhounds are seen working for various other demons (not just Crossroad Demons), usually acting as foot soldiers, guard dogs and/or assassins.
According to Crowley, no demon knows the hounds better than him. As the "Demonic pit bulls" of Hell, Hellhounds are also one of the most recurring supernatural creatures in the series.
According to Crowley, after God started creating the Universe, he made an abundance of creatures, including the Hellhounds, which he intended to be used as "the Creator's best friends". However, the Hellhounds proved to be too vicious, so God decided to destroy them all. But Lucifer, once he fell from Heaven, managed to rescue one of the Hellhounds, Ramsey, who was pregnant, and from Ramsey the hellhound population regrew. And from that moment on over the millennia, Hellhounds served as "demonic pit bulls" to demons, going after humans who had sold their souls.
Hellhounds are voracious, tenacious, and intelligent. Once a hound has the scent of its target, it has it for life and will never give up the hunt until one or the other is dead, or unless its master calls it off. They can be clever, almost impossible to trick or distract, and are not disinclined to improvisation in order to get to their prey. Hellhounds will often physically rip their victims to shreds in order to collect their souls. In some cases, however, their mere presence is enough to literally scare people to death. Other times, the victims will be driven to commit suicide. They appear as ferocious black dogs with red eyes. They vary in size, ranging from standard large-sized dogs to that of a small horse. They generate some kind of black aura around themselves, making them appear made of shadows. As dogs, they are loyal, and answer only to the demons they serve; they cannot be swayed or bargained with, either. Not even Crowley could devise a way to throw them off, short of using a bigger hound of his own to kill them. Exactly how they are controlled is unclear. They have been shown to understand verbal commands, but sometimes they have stopped simply because the demon they serve changed their mind. Hellhounds are vulnerable to iron, salt, the Colt, Angel Blades, and Ruby's knife. They are generally invisible unless the human they are after made a crossroads deal or is looking at them with an object scorched with Holy Fire, such as Hellhound Glasses.
Any demon can command a hellhound, but very few of them can overpower one, or at least many at the same time. It is unknown if any demon or even angels could overpower one without the use of certain weapons. However, an archangel could easily destroy one. In the episode The Devil You Know, it is revealed that Crowley keeps a hellhound as a pet. This hellhound is bigger than most other hellhounds and Crowley uses it to fight off another, smaller hellhound. A Hellhound is a supernatural dog in folklore that originates from the Underworld. A wide variety of ominous or hellish supernatural dogs occur in mythologies around the world. The Hellhound has been seen several times throughout history, and it is not specific to any one place, but they are commonly associated with graveyards and the underworld. The most recent sightings occurred in Connecticut, Kentucky, Louisiana, Ohio, and Vilseck, Germany, in or near cemeteries.
While considered a bad omen, the hellhound has often helped many as well. The supernatural dog was said to warn people of danger and protect them when they needed it. The dog is often very loyal to those who call upon one and is said to be very watchful. While the creatures are often known as evil, they are not as evil as one would suggest. For example, the Welsh "Cwn Annwn" (Hounds of the Welsh Underworld) were actually believed to be benign. However, encountering them was still considered a sign of imminent death.
Omen of Death:
Seeing a hellhound or hearing one howl may be an omen or even a cause of death. Hellhounds are called The Bearers of Death because they were supposedly created by ancient demons to serve as heralds of death. According to legend, seeing one leads to a person's death. Sometimes it is said to be once; other times it requires three sightings for the curse to take effect and kill the victim. These factors make the Hellhound a feared symbol of bad things that are about to happen.
Guardians and Gatekeepers:
They often get assigned to guard the entrances to the world of the dead, such as graveyards and burial grounds or undertake other duties related to the afterlife or the supernatural. Hellhounds not only are guards for cemeteries but they are often seen as helper dogs for those who are about to pass. But they also can show up to said loved ones and sort of inform them or a loved ones passing.
Appearance & Abilities:
Hellhounds have been said to be as black as coal and smell of burning brimstone. They tend to leave behind a burned area wherever they go. Their eyes are a deep, bright, and almost glowing red. Other features that have been attributed to hellhounds include glowing red - or sometimes yellow - eyes, razor sharp teeth, super strength or speed, ghostly or phantom characteristics, foul odor, and sometimes even the ability to talk. In cultures that associate the afterlife with fire, hellhounds may have fire-based abilities and appearance. While most pictures show the Hellhound as being evil and vicious, this is simply not the case. Hellhounds do not have to be evil looking or scary looking. They can look like any large dog only with pure black fur. ======================================================
A HELLHOUND'S LIFE -- AU VERSION:
Bane was born as an Hellhound, being a descendant of Ramsey. He was once owned by a demon called Crowely, until that Demon decided to have Bane kill a witch named Mystica. However when Bane tracked down Mystica and was close to killing her; he could sense that she was MORE POWERFUL than Crowely; which made Bane's loyalty switch from Crowely to Mystica, and he then killed Crowely, and now Mystica is his 'Mistress'. The first two years Bane only appeared to Mystica when she needed him to kill, so he appeared as a Hellhound. However by fate or destiny; possibly both Mystica came into the autoshop that Bane owned and operated called Wolf Inc. He was also the President of The Biker Club called Wolves Of Anarchy; when Bane laid eyes on Mystica in his human form, he instantly fell in love with her. When he found out that the feeling was mutual he marked her, so that no one else could ever take or touch her.
Right now Mystica is his 'Old Lady'; meaning that she was co-leader; If Bane wasn't there the club spoke to Mystica. Of course everyone respected and feared not just Bane, but Mystica as well. The Wolves Of Anarchy have had many challenges come to them, but they all failed. Mystica is still Bane's Mistress; but she can only control Bane during his Hellhound form, while in human form he is the dominate one. But Bane loves and respects Mystica so much that he doesn't actually dominate or boss Mystica, he is just extremely over protective of her.
(Some of this information can be found at the following sites: https://mythology.wikia.org/wiki/Hellhound & https://mythology.wikia.org/wiki/Hellhound )