Cain informs Adam that he is not bluffing when he says he will kill Adam, possible hinting at Abel's death.
Murderous Origins – Cain CromwellEdit
Cain tells Samuel that he occasionaly kills by himself, referring to Abel.
Chandler mentions Abel during Cain's police interview.
Murderous V – Judgement DayEdit
Abel appears as an halluctionation during Cain's final moments.
After Cain dies, Abel appears as Cain's life flashes before him, showing all the lives Cain has ruined.
- Abel is Cain's only offical apprentice not to comit a murder; first if one considers the unoffical Chandler Cooper.
- Abel was Cain's first murder, similer to his biblical namesake.