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9th Oct '17 8:43:18 PM animenutcase
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** John Winchester to both his sons. In the season one finale, his dad telling Dean how proud he is that Dean saved Sam's life using one of the Colt's bullets tips him off that his dad's possessed by the BigBad, since his dad would be ''furious'' that he "wasted" a bullet. Even when Dean gets an attaboy and sign of trust from his father, it comes with a DarkSecret that endangers his relationship with his brother, and his dad dies for him. Sam feels like he ''can't'' earn his father's approval because his flaw is what he ''is'' , so he acts out. Dean believes he'll earn approval when he's good enough for his dad, and thinks that he ruined any chance of being truly "good enough" when he was nine years old.

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** John Winchester to both his sons. In the season one finale, his dad telling Dean how proud he is that Dean saved Sam's life using one of the Colt's bullets tips him off that his dad's possessed by the BigBad, since his dad would be ''furious'' that he "wasted" a bullet. Even when Dean gets an attaboy and sign of trust from his father, it comes with a DarkSecret that endangers his relationship with his brother, and his dad dies for him. Sam feels like he ''can't'' earn his father's approval because his flaw is what he ''is'' , so he acts out. Dean believes he'll earn approval when he's good enough for his dad, and thinks that he ruined any chance of being truly "good enough" when he was nine years old. We later learn that John has his own daddy issues, though in Henry Winchester's defense, [[spoiler:he certainly didn't intend to get stuck in the future]].
9th Oct '17 8:39:01 PM animenutcase
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** The Colt, a major plot point of the first three seasons--it was the only way the main characters had to kill demons, initially. However, near the end of season 3, Bela stole it and gave it to Lilith, and it's never mentioned again. Then, in Season 5, it's revealed that Crowley has the Colt, and they get it to try and kill Lucifer. They lose it once again, and it isn't seen or mentioned again until Season 12. [[spoiler:It gets destroyed in [[Recap/SupernaturalS12E19TheFuture The Future]].]]

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** The Colt, a major plot point of the first three seasons--it was the only way the main characters had to kill demons, initially. However, near the end of season 3, Bela stole it and gave it to Lilith, and it's never mentioned again. Then, in Season 5, it's revealed that Crowley has the Colt, and they get it to try and kill Lucifer. They lose it once again, and it isn't seen or mentioned again until Season 12. [[spoiler:It [[spoiler:We learn that Crowley gave it to Ramiel, a Prince of Hell in an attempt to get him to take the throne of Hell. Mary steals it back and gives it to the British Men of Letters and it later ends up back in the Winchesters' hands. Unfortunately, it gets destroyed in [[Recap/SupernaturalS12E19TheFuture The Future]].]]
9th Oct '17 8:33:41 PM animenutcase
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** The Colt, a major plot point of the first three seasons--it was the only way the main characters had to kill demons, initially. However, near the end of season 3, Bela stole it and gave it to Lilith, and it's never mentioned again. Then, in Season 5, it's revealed that Crowley has the Colt, and they get it to try and kill Lucifer. They lose it once again, and it hasn't been seen or even mentioned since.

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** The Colt, a major plot point of the first three seasons--it was the only way the main characters had to kill demons, initially. However, near the end of season 3, Bela stole it and gave it to Lilith, and it's never mentioned again. Then, in Season 5, it's revealed that Crowley has the Colt, and they get it to try and kill Lucifer. They lose it once again, and it hasn't been isn't seen or even mentioned since.again until Season 12. [[spoiler:It gets destroyed in [[Recap/SupernaturalS12E19TheFuture The Future]].]]
9th Oct '17 8:31:45 PM animenutcase
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** [[spoiler:All are dead now except the Alpha Vampire, as stated in season 7.]]

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** [[spoiler:All are dead now except the Alpha Vampire, as stated in season 7.of Season 12.]]



** The Alpha Vampire. Toward the end of Season 7, the Winchesters discovered [[spoiler: They would need his blood to forge the weapon to kill Dick Roman]]. He cooperates, but makes it clear that he's no friend of the Winchesters and is only [[EnemyMine helping them because the Leviathans are a bigger threat]]. He even leaves Dean with the words [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall "See you next season..."]]. He makes no appearance at all come Season 8 and seems to have been pretty much forgotten at this point. [[spoiler:He comes BackForTheDead in [[SupernaturalS12E14TheRaid Season 12.]]

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** The Alpha Vampire. Toward the end of Season 7, the Winchesters discovered [[spoiler: They would need his blood to forge the weapon to kill Dick Roman]]. He cooperates, but makes it clear that he's no friend of the Winchesters and is only [[EnemyMine helping them because the Leviathans are a bigger threat]]. He even leaves Dean with the words [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall "See you next season..."]]. He makes no appearance at all come Season 8 and seems to have been pretty much forgotten at this point. [[spoiler:He comes BackForTheDead in [[SupernaturalS12E14TheRaid Season 12.]]]]]]
9th Oct '17 8:30:52 PM animenutcase
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** The Alpha Vampire. Toward the end of Season 7, the Winchesters discovered [[spoiler: They would need his blood to forge the weapon to kill Dick Roman]]. He cooperates, but makes it clear that he's no friend of the Winchesters and is only [[EnemyMine helping them because the Leviathans are a bigger threat]]. He even leaves Dean with the words [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall "See you next season..."]]. He makes no appearance at all come Season 8 and seems to have been pretty much forgotten at this point.

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** The Alpha Vampire. Toward the end of Season 7, the Winchesters discovered [[spoiler: They would need his blood to forge the weapon to kill Dick Roman]]. He cooperates, but makes it clear that he's no friend of the Winchesters and is only [[EnemyMine helping them because the Leviathans are a bigger threat]]. He even leaves Dean with the words [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall "See you next season..."]]. He makes no appearance at all come Season 8 and seems to have been pretty much forgotten at this point. [[spoiler:He comes BackForTheDead in [[SupernaturalS12E14TheRaid Season 12.]]
8th Oct '17 11:37:13 PM BoukenDutch
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* TrackingSpell: There are multiple types of these used through out the series. One notable one involves setting a map on fire, leaving only a piece that had the name of the town the target was staying in intact.
2nd Sep '17 4:24:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* TimeMaster:
** Fate can stop time. She uses this power to cause [[RubeGoldbergDevice overly elaborate]], almost cartoonish deaths.
** Angels possess time travel abilities, although it doesn't work as wel if they're cut off from Heaven (Castiel tries it, and ends up badly bloodied as a result).
** Chronos had the BlessedWithSuck version. He can travel through time, but since [[PowerIncontinence he has no control over it]], he's just constantly teleporting from one period after another.
4th Aug '17 4:05:08 AM SeptimusHeap
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* SadlyMythtaken: Many of the pagan "gods" that appear in season five bear little to no resemblance to their original incarnations; [[Myth/HinduMythology Kali, Ganesh]], [[Myth/NorseMythology Baldur, Odin]], [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Mercury]], and [[{{Voudoun}} Baron Samedi]] (among others) are shown feasting on human flesh. While many of the figures did accept living sacrifices, including human sacrifices in some occasions, they all heavily frowned upon actually ''consuming'' human flesh, and in Roman tradition (the origin of Mercury) cannibalism is one of the prime sins forbidden by the gods.

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* SadlyMythtaken: Many of the pagan "gods" that appear in season five bear little to no resemblance to their original incarnations; [[Myth/HinduMythology Kali, Ganesh]], [[Myth/NorseMythology Baldur, Odin]], [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Mercury]], and [[{{Voudoun}} [[UsefulNotes/{{Voudoun}} Baron Samedi]] (among others) are shown feasting on human flesh. While many of the figures did accept living sacrifices, including human sacrifices in some occasions, they all heavily frowned upon actually ''consuming'' human flesh, and in Roman tradition (the origin of Mercury) cannibalism is one of the prime sins forbidden by the gods.
27th Jul '17 12:08:59 PM Morgenthaler
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* ShapeshiftersDoItForAChange: Played with in an episode where a Siren is seducing and murdering various guys "she" meets at a strip club, where she is, of course, impersonating one of the girls. Later on evidence seems to point towards it having assumed the form of a medical pathologist to seduce Sam, when in fact it has assumed the male form of [[spoiler:an FBI agent]] to enthrall Dean. Not because Dean is bicurious or anything, but because the Siren doesn't just limit itself to ''sexual'' desire. What Dean really wanted was a brother figure he could see eye to eye with.
4th Jun '17 1:43:07 PM Morgenthaler
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* RaisedAsAHost: In season 5 it is revealed that Sam and Dean Winchester's parents Mary and John were coupled on Heaven's directive through a cupid. The Winchester bloodline goes back to Cain and Abel and gives them the ability to be hosts for the Archangels Michael and Lucifer in preparation for their final fight on Earth once the Apocalypse has begun. Naturally, [[ScrewDestiny Sam and Dean rebel]].
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