Im sure this will be brought to attention when the show returns but does it worry you guys that jacks plan to kill chuck involves potentially killing every angel left perhaps even cass? Cause of the whole consuming angel hearts thing, not to mention we've been told if all angels die, heaven falls apart and billions of ghost dive into earth and could become angry spirits.
I know this whole story reminds me a bit of sam drinking the demon blood but still they picked the worst time to have this happen and to the worst of species cause angels are considered endangered. They cant reproduce via a bite or scratch or even procreate with each other.
I would say if this is considered, go back to apocalypse world and have jack eat the hearts of the an…
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So something I havent brought up yet but im sure will, but how do you think they will work around jack killing chuck? Cause we've been told chuck is needed to keep the universe around or it will unravel and die.
My best guess is it will be an unlinking spell as part 1 of killing him, to unlink chuck from his own creations but like wouldnt this mean he would have created a spell to do this unlink? Like that doesnt make alot of sense to me. Then again there were spells to kill beings who had never died, like the pagan gods had lore how to kill them despite only being one of their kind. Plus it was revealed there is a spell that can trap away chuck himself and amara but we've been implied chuck is the one who makes all the rules yet some great…Read more >
just making a disclaimer right now, if you do not, i repeat if you do not like my opinions or blogs, simply dont read this but really what im about to say isnt even opinion based, its fact based on the shows lore.
but i got to thinking how cool it would be if like okay lets say we couldnt meet the shedim, maybe we could meet someone else who was teased but never introduced and i thought of the other knights of hell cain slaughtered but then i realized they probably couldnt show up either due to the fact of how they can be killed
basically due to certain beings weaknesses, it makes it harder for them to come back, lets look at each big bad and see if they qualify to come back
yellow eyes-he could return i think but with the colt gone, he'd b…
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After finding out that God has been manipulating them, Dean and Sam are facing an “existential crisis” in the 15th and final season. “They’re realizing, ‘Well, we’re the Winchesters, but were we really doing this Chuck’s way?'” co-showrunner Andrew Dabb previews. “Part of reclaiming that agency is a big part of the season for them.” Plus, the brothers are “going to start to lose people who, in past seasons, we would’ve never lost — and lose them in a very real way. Our guys are going to realize there’s a certain finality, and some of the things they’ve relied on to get through the day — people, talents, things like that — they are no longer …
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since this show is going on for 15 seasons which is practically unheard of for a sci fi show, the last time i heard such a thing was xfiles, not even smallville with its rich superman mythology got 15 seasons. But I think by the end of that final episode, there shouldnt be any unanswered questions, yes there will be the obvious what happens next, even if sam, dean, cass and jack go to heaven, we will ask what happens next for them, what will they do in their free time for eternity now that they arent hunting? And some things are just more like fan demands more than great opportunities, like seeing the leviathans take on eve, that is more of a fan demand rather than a missed opportunity. The final thing to keep in mind is even with 15 seaso…Read more >