Lucifer season 6: Is Lucifers sister Rory a shapeshifter?09/02/2021
Lucifer: Tom Ellis returns in action-packed series six trailer
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Lucifer season six is just days away from being released on Netflix, with a set of 10 episodes bringing an end to the show’s reign. There are still so many questions to be answered as Lucifer Morningstar (played by Tom Ellis) takes on his new role of God. The demon-like character will also have to face off against his sister and villain, Rory (Brianna Hildebrand). But what powers does she possess and could she hold the ability to shapeshift?
Who is Lucifer’s sister Rory?
Rory is being introduced in season six as the rebellious younger sister of Lucifer and fans have already been given a glimpse of her character in action.
In a trailer, released ahead of the new episodes being available to stream, Lucifer takes a trip to Hell with his girlfriend Chloe Decker (Lauren German).
The character who now plays God is struggling to come to terms with his new position but he finds his old role has already been filled.
Sitting on the throne of Hell is Rory, who is furious with her brother for betraying her and going to Heaven.
It is revealed she is an angel with blood-red wings but not much else is known about her or what unearthly powers she has in her calibre.
Is Lucifer’s sister Rory a shapeshifter?
Although it’s not been confirmed Rory is a shapeshifter, there are several indications in the trailer for season six she might be taking on another form.
Eagle-eyed fans noticed Chloe seems to have developed powers in the final season but she is a human so this is rendered impossible.
Instead, it could be Lucifer’s sister Rory who is posing as her brother’s girlfriend in the ultimate act of revenge.
In one of the scenes from the trailer, Chloe is heard telling her colleagues at the LAPD they have the murder of Lucifer Morningstar to solve.
What if the one who hurts Lucifer is Rory?
However, the clip cuts to a scene where non-angelic character Chloe possesses superhuman strength and grabs Azrael’s blade.
The next thing fans see is Chloe lunging at her boyfriend with the sword, indicating she could be the one to kill him.
With each angel holding its own unique power and the ability of shapeshifting not yet seen, viewers are predicting this is what Rory specialises in.
Wanting her brother dead, she could see getting his girlfriend to kill him as the most heartbreaking death of all.
Fans seem to be looking forward to Rory’s arrival as one posted on Twitter: “What if the one who hurts Lucifer is Rory? At the end of the trailer shapeshifter era so true.”
Another added: “I love how we all thought Lucifer and Rory were gonna be this amazing duo and now she wants to take him down.”
“Oh my God. The people claiming Chloe attacking Lucifer with Azrael’s blade is actually Rory,” a third remarked, shocked at the prospect of the newcomer’s shapeshifting abilities.
Whilst a fourth remarked: “Wait. Can’t this be a parallel to 5A. When Michael Demiurgos [Tom Ellis] was impersonating Lucifer. So what Rory will be impersonating Chloe?”
Has Lucifer’s sister Rory been seen before?
Season six will be the first time Rory has made an appearance on the show, although there have been times when she could have been introduced before.
In season five, there was the family war which took place but blood-red angle winged Rory was nowhere to be seen.
This means her arrival must be serious to come out of the shadows after so long and to venture to Earth to get revenge on her brother.
However, the actress who plays her, Brianna, is no stranger to the screen as she has appeared in the Hollywood blockbuster Deadpool and its sequel, Deadpool 2.
Lucifer season 6 will be released on Friday, September 10 on Netflix. Lucifer seasons 1-3 are available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. Lucifer seasons 4-5 are available to stream on Netflix.
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