Shouldn't Cain be added to this section as he could easily be as strong as Azazel or Lilith?
There's a few characters included on here I'm not sure I agree with. For one, we don't know what species Death and Eve would be classified as. Is Death considered a Horsemen, a primordial, a concept? Neither of those have been confirmed as his species (if he has one), so far as I know. For all we know, he could be part of a species with the Darkness or God, which would put his "Strongest of Species" category in question. We don't know what Eve is. The only answer we have with any degree of canonicity is that she is essentially the living embodiment of Purgatory and thus not part of any species. Jesse is the only member of his species shown, so we can't claim that he is the strongest just for having appeared and been powerful; meanwhile, Madeline is not stated to be stronger or weaker than all other Amazons. All of their inclusions in the category is speculation and bias IMO.
On another note, should Cain and Lilith really both be included as the the potential strongest demon? If we don't have confirmation, shouldn't we just leave them both out so as to not spread misinformation and speculation?--NaiflidG (talk) 02:27, July 17, 2015 (UTC)
- Personally I wouldn't consider Horsemen a species, but regardless he is the strongest of the four. Hence why he just gave his ring to Dean instead of having him fight for it, though he did have him make a deal to get it. I also think that they could be classified as more than one of those. I agree with you about Jesse. But I'm not sure about Madeline, I would assume the person charged with training everyone would be stronger. From what I remember, she certainly seems to be the brains of the operation. I think they meant that Lilith is the strongest of the Demons, but Cain is the strongest of the Knights of Hell. That for me is a big enough difference, as the Knights of Hell seemed to be their own little group. EternalLocket (talk) 07:53, July 17, 2015 (UTC)