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4th Mar '17 3:57:06 AM aftershocked
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** The Colt, a supernaturally powered gun that can supposedly OneHitKill anything. Originally it was limited by the number of bullets it had--any old regular bullet wouldn't work, they had to be enchanted like the gun--so the heroes had to save them for kills that really mattered. In season 3, however, the heroes figured out a way to make new bullets for the gun after extinguishing the original supply. Without the limited ammo, the gun quickly became story-breaking as Sam and Dean no longer needed to figure out [[AchillesHeel monsters' weaknesses]] and could just kill anything they came across by shooting it. Once they realized this, the writers had Sam and Dean lose the Colt, and replaced it with Ruby's knife, which is also a OneHitKill, but only works on demons. The Colt briefly resurfaced in season 5, only for it to be revealed that it actually can't kill everything, [[spoiler:as the Winchesters discover, to their horror, that archangels like Lucifer are immune]]. It's lost again after only a single episode in the heroes' possession and never seen again.

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** The Colt, a supernaturally powered gun that can supposedly OneHitKill anything. Originally it was limited by the number of bullets it had--any old regular bullet wouldn't work, they had to be enchanted like the gun--so the heroes had to save them for kills that really mattered. In season 3, however, the heroes figured out a way to make new bullets for the gun after extinguishing the original supply. Without the limited ammo, the gun quickly became story-breaking as Sam and Dean no longer needed to figure out [[AchillesHeel monsters' weaknesses]] and could just kill anything they came across by shooting it. Once they realized this, the writers had Sam and Dean lose the Colt, and replaced it with Ruby's knife, which is also a OneHitKill, but only works on demons. The Colt briefly resurfaced in season 5, only for it to be revealed that it actually can't kill everything, [[spoiler:as the Winchesters discover, to their horror, that archangels like Lucifer are immune]]. It's lost again after only a single episode in the heroes' possession and never seen again. [[spoiler:Until its reemergence in season 12.]]
2nd Mar '17 1:03:34 PM hiddenelastic
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** Surprisingly, Dean for Sam. Dean is willing to go to the extremes for him in almost all cases. Dean is willing to kill without hesitation in the name of Sam and go to the extreme lengths to save, protect and keep him alive even if it's against Sam's wishes. Dean gets visibly [[GreenEyedMonster jealous]] when it comes to Sam. He's noticeably jealous and suspicious of anyone who so much as looks at Sam or gets close to him. This has been shown in the case of Sam's involvement with Ruby, Amy, Meg, and Amelia for example. Dean has veered into MurderTheHypotenuse territory and has even killed Sams love interests. When it comes to Dean and his love for Sam, it's definitely in LoveMakesYouCrazy territory considering that he has been willing to kill or become violent when it comes to him. He's also very possessive and controlling of Sam, seeming to want to know what Sam is doing or who he's involved with at pretty much all times. Looking back at all of Dean's actions concerning Sam over the entirety of the series, Dean is obsessed with Sam to unhealthy and psychotic proportions. On the other hand, Sam's love for Dean is also codependent and reaches LoveMakesYouCrazy levels at times, but overall, Sam's love for Dean is more stable and balanced while Dean's love for Sam is much crazier, codependent and obsessive.
19th Feb '17 7:45:45 AM Morgenthaler
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** Type 1: [[BadassNormal Dean Winchester, Sam Winchester]], [[TheHunter hunters in general]], Men of Letters, Prophets of the Lord.

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** Type 1: [[BadassNormal Dean Winchester, Sam Winchester]], [[TheHunter [[HunterOfMonsters hunters in general]], Men of Letters, Prophets of the Lord.
4th Feb '17 6:50:33 AM morenohijazo
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* SummonBiggerFish: In the Season 7 premiere, the Winchesters and Bobby summon Death to deal with [[spoiler:God!Castiel]]. Subverted, though, in that [[spoiler:Cas merely snaps Death free of their binding spell, defusing the situation]]. The potential danger of doing this is beautifully lampshaded by Crowley:
-->"You really believe you can ''handle'' that kind of horsepower? You're delusional! They'll both mash us like peas."



* SupernaturalElite: The Alphas, who are also the [[MonsterProgenitor first of their kinds]].
** [[spoiler:All are dead now except the Alpha Vampire, as stated in season 7.]]



* SupernormalBindings: Sets of shackles intended to restrain demons and angels.



* SummonBiggerFish: In the Season 7 premiere, the Winchesters and Bobby summon Death to deal with [[spoiler:God!Castiel]]. Subverted, though, in that [[spoiler:Cas merely snaps Death free of their binding spell, defusing the situation]]. The potential danger of doing this is beautifully lampshaded by Crowley:
-->"You really believe you can ''handle'' that kind of horsepower? You're delusional! They'll both mash us like peas."
* SupernaturalElite: The Alphas, who are also the [[MonsterProgenitor first of their kinds]].
** [[spoiler:All are dead now except the Alpha Vampire, as stated in season 7.]]
* SupernormalBindings: Sets of shackles intended to restrain demons and angels.

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* SummonBiggerFish: SurpriseCarCrash: In the Season 7 premiere, cliffhanger of the Winchesters and Bobby summon Death to deal with [[spoiler:God!Castiel]]. Subverted, though, in that [[spoiler:Cas merely snaps Death free of their binding spell, defusing the situation]]. The potential danger of doing this is beautifully lampshaded by Crowley:
-->"You really believe you can ''handle'' that kind of horsepower? You're delusional! They'll both mash us like peas."
* SupernaturalElite: The Alphas, who are also the [[MonsterProgenitor first of their kinds]].
** [[spoiler:All are dead now except the Alpha Vampire, as stated in
[[spoiler:first season 7.]]
* SupernormalBindings: Sets
finale]] episode, a semi-truck from out of shackles intended to restrain demons nowhere slams into the side of the main characters' Impala and angels.knocking them off the road.
19th Dec '16 4:23:12 AM Morgenthaler
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** Castiel was quite {{Badass}} in the beginning, but along with his CharacterDevelopment, there was a slight bit of [[TheWoobie Woobiefication]]. Then, in [[Recap/SupernaturalS05E01SympathyForTheDevil the season 5 premiere]], [[spoiler:he enters a room where Zachariah is torturing Sam and Dean, kills two of Zachariah's fellows without even blinking in a really awesome fight scene (in contrast to the former ones, where Alastair and Uriel handed him his ass) and threatens a really-scared Zachariah (who is a senior upper-level angel) to fix Sam and Dean, and "[he] won't ask twice"]].

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** Castiel was quite {{Badass}} badass in the beginning, but along with his CharacterDevelopment, there was a slight bit of [[TheWoobie Woobiefication]]. Then, in [[Recap/SupernaturalS05E01SympathyForTheDevil the season 5 premiere]], [[spoiler:he enters a room where Zachariah is torturing Sam and Dean, kills two of Zachariah's fellows without even blinking in a really awesome fight scene (in contrast to the former ones, where Alastair and Uriel handed him his ass) and threatens a really-scared Zachariah (who is a senior upper-level angel) to fix Sam and Dean, and "[he] won't ask twice"]].
28th Nov '16 8:56:38 AM Morgenthaler
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* VillainExitStageLeft: Invoked by [[spoiler:Crowley]] in the season six finale.
-->'''[[spoiler:Crowley]]:''' Exit stage [[spoiler:Crowley]]. ''[disappears]''

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* VillainExitStageLeft: VillainExitStageLeft:
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Invoked by [[spoiler:Crowley]] in the season six finale.
-->'''[[spoiler:Crowley]]:''' Exit stage [[spoiler:Crowley]]. ''[disappears]''
6 finale when Crowley is OutGambitted and teleports away:
-->"Exit Stage Crowley."
** Then subverted in the season 7 opening. The other bad guy who outsmarted him knew all along where Crowley went, the only reason he allowed him to leave in one piece at all is because [[CantKillYouStillNeedYou he still has use for him]].
27th Oct '16 9:49:18 PM AndreaTx
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*VaguenessIsComing: Pretty much a summary of season 11's overarching mythology plot. The Darkness' moniker is whispered by fearful souls, and the immortals quake, but no one really knows what she's capable of. She rarely shows her powers on screen and when she does, it's powers that are visually unimpressive like fog (albeit fog that kills people). Her powers are never fully explained, only implied by the fact that she is God's sister who has inverse powers. What exactly she plans to do to the universe is never completely explained beyond the idea that she wants to "end it." Her infatuation with Dean is never really clarified other than he freed her and he's one of God's creations. It's almost like the writers wanted to create a threat that would be difficult for any combination of the Winchesters, Castiel or God to neutralize, but had no idea where to go with it once they came up with a concept.
25th Oct '16 2:55:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* SoundOfDarkness: Demons in their incorporeal state make a creepy sound.

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* SoundOfDarkness: Demons SoulEating: The Crocotta is a MonsterOfTheWeek which feeds on human souls. They're fairly low on the monster totem pole all the same, living in their incorporeal state make filth and only being able to lure in victims by being a creepy sound.VoiceChangeling.


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* SoundOfDarkness: Demons in their incorporeal state make a creepy sound.
11th Oct '16 12:49:40 PM ZeroL
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* SoundOfDarkness: Demons in their incorporeal state make a creepy sound.
23rd Sep '16 10:29:35 PM nombretomado
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** In one episode, Castiel, having arrived at the scene before the Winchesters, picked their aliases. In keeping with the popular musicians theme, he introduced them as Agents [[BritneySpears Spears]] and [[ChristinaAguilera Aguilera.]] Dean was not pleased.

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** In one episode, Castiel, having arrived at the scene before the Winchesters, picked their aliases. In keeping with the popular musicians theme, he introduced them as Agents [[BritneySpears [[Music/BritneySpears Spears]] and [[ChristinaAguilera [[Music/ChristinaAguilera Aguilera.]] Dean was not pleased.
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