Death is eletrokinetic. But another user disagrees, all because he hasn't shot lightning from his hand, which is naive. Also, Death being able to generate lightning at all, signifies he is. So I ask you, who would consider Death as it? -- ImperiexSeed, 1:30 PM, March 17th 2012
You seem to be misunderstanding my logic, ImperiexSeed. To began, I want to clarify "generating lightning from one's hands" was an example of how to distinguish from electrokinesis and weather manipulation which you took out of context. To assume Death possesses the former as result to causing intense lightning storms is speculative at best. As Death has been proven to possess weather manipulation, (e.g. The part he played in the Great Flood and capable of conjuring hurricanes), that logically superscedes any speculation on electrokinesis as the cause by default. As far as I know, Death has yet to demonstrate any lightning-based feats beyond the capabilities of weather manipulation that would be classified as electrokinesis. In conclusion, there is no substantial evidence to prove Death is electrokinetic at this time.22.214.171.124 22:14, March 17, 2012 (UTC)
- Yep, I definitely misunderstand you, so let's clear it up, shall we. Of course, there are many ways it could be demonstrated, like generating it by the hands, having it coursing through them, all of which are possibilities. Even if he hasn't demonstrated it, do you seriously think Death is incapable of being electrokinetic? -- ImperiexSeed, 6:39 PM, March 17th 2012
When was it stated or shown that electricity weakness Leviathans? I don't even recall electricity ever being used on them. The closest was in slash Fiction where it was next on Bobbys list of tests, but he never got round to using it, as he found Borax before he could use it. General MGD 109 20:53, June 26, 2012 (UTC)
- "Shut Up, Dr Phil", episode 5 Season 7. In it, Don struck Chet down with a lightning spell. :/ -- ImperiexSeed, 4:55 PM, June 26th 2012
- Oh yeah, I forgot about that, thanks. General MGD 109 21:02, June 26, 2012 (UTC)
There is no fullproof evidence that witches have electrokinesis. The closest is when don the witch stunned the leviathan with a spell and the levi starts to flicker. But that could just be an after effect of the incapacitation spell. Similar to the way bullets from the colt cause electric sparks in the wounded target as an after effect. No one would say Azazel was hit with a lightning bullet.
Also, if don had hit the leviathan with real lightning, then it would have also shocked Sam since the levi was holding onto him and electricity is conducted from one body to the next. thats why it is recommended that when you see someone being electrocuted, you dont try to touch them because you will get shocked as well. There is just no conclusive evidence witches have electrokinesis.
- Hmm.... That's a good point. Well, Don did say, it was a "spell (a hex)." This deserves more attention; let's, before changing it, see some other users' opinions. -- ImperiexSeed, 7:10 PM, March 4th 2013
- I agree with them, following that logic it couldn't have been electronkinesis just a fancy looking spell. General MGD 109 (talk) 18:38, March 7, 2013 (UTC)
- And again, here, there's no real way to visually discern whether or not it was simply an incantation or Electrokinesis. So, either way, at this point, any of those answers would be acceptable, but obviously, both can't be listed - it's interchangeably one or the other. -- ImperiexSeed, 1:43 PM, March 7th 2013