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Chuck's actions in [[Recap/SupernaturalS14E20Moriah Moriah]] really didn't match with anything we knew about the character. It could be that he was EvilAllAlong. However, what if he just wants the Winchesters to think he is? My Wild Mass Guess is that Chuck wants to end his life but he doesn't want the universe to end. The problem is, he is necessary for the universe to survive.
He figures that, if anyone can in the universe, the Winchesters will find a way to kill him and keep the universe intact. He could ask for their help but, realistically, they wouldn't be willing to risk destroying the universe just to help God kill himself. It's only if they think he's too dangerous to be allowed to live that they'd take the chance.

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Chuck's actions in [[Recap/SupernaturalS14E20Moriah Moriah]] really didn't match with anything we knew about the character. It could be that he was EvilAllAlong. However, what if he just wants the Winchesters to think he is? My Wild Mass Guess is that Chuck wants to end his life but he doesn't want the universe to end. The problem is, he is necessary for the universe to survive.
survive. He figures that, if anyone can in the universe, the Winchesters will find a way to kill him and keep the universe intact. He could ask for their help but, realistically, they wouldn't be willing to risk destroying the universe just to help God kill himself. It's only if they think he's too dangerous to be allowed to live that they'd take the chance.




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[[WMG: Chuck is suicidal]]
Chuck's actions in [[Recap/SupernaturalS14E20Moriah Moriah]] really didn't match with anything we knew about the character. It could be that he was EvilAllAlong. However, what if he just wants the Winchesters to think he is? My Wild Mass Guess is that Chuck wants to end his life but he doesn't want the universe to end. The problem is, he is necessary for the universe to survive.
He figures that, if anyone can in the universe, the Winchesters will find a way to kill him and keep the universe intact. He could ask for their help but, realistically, they wouldn't be willing to risk destroying the universe just to help God kill himself. It's only if they think he's too dangerous to be allowed to live that they'd take the chance.

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[[WMG: A demon's true form]]
We never see a demon's real face, but a few character's on the show have. Usually when someone sees a demon's true form for the first time, they react with horror or disgust. So what makes a demon's face so terrible to look at? Maybe what you see is the scars of their torture. You see them as they were when they were alive, but scarred and disfigured to the point where they're unrecognizable as ever having been human.


[[WMG: The ''Supernatural'' universe is the latest one God created if Apocalypse!Michael is to be believed.]][[/folder]]


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[[WMG: Sam and Dean will try to trap Jack in the Ma'Lak box]]
Note, while this is purely a guess, I have marked it with a spoiler because it contains some details based on publicly released episode listings for episodes not aired at the time I write this (which I know not everyone chooses to read).
[[spoiler:Given the season is without a BigBad with Michael gone and given Jack seems to have started on a dark path (this is written after watching "Game Night") it seems likely Jack will become the major threat to deal with in the finale. Given there is a custom box built for holding arch-angels (presumably Nephilim compatible), it's possible Sam and Dean could try to trick Jack inside the box (or a larger version thereof) to contain him. Of course, it won't work. That would explain an upcoming episode titled "Jack in the Box". It would also explain why a later episode has Jack (according to the episode description) "disenchanted with all the lies".]]

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[[WMG:Adam isn't - and has never been - in the pit.]]
We find out in the Season 10 episode "The Things We Left Behind" that [[spoiler: Jimmy's soul is no longer in his body with Castiel and has in fact ascended to heaven]] after [[spoiler: Castial was killed by Lucifer in Swan Song.]] Castiel says that it's due to the specific nature of how that happened [[spoiler: (i.e. "taken apart at the subatomic level")]] but there's never any confirmation of that. It's possible that whenever an [[spoiler: angel's vessel dies]] that the same thing happens to the vessel's soul. So when Castiel [[spoiler:burns Michael with Holy Oil]], it's possible that [[spoiler: Adam's soul ascended to Heaven]] before Michael even went into the pit in the first place.
* Yes Death does tell Dean that Adam's soul is in the pit in Season 6, but it would be very in character of Death to force Dean to choose between Sam and Adam's soul while full well knowing that Adam's soul isn't even there.




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** How exactly does that Joss the idea? The WMG specifically noted that Michael had already said that he'd killed Lucifer. The fact that Michael said he'd killed him again doesn't change anything. Even then, considering the number of characters that have come back from the dead, even if Apocalypse World Lucifer is dead it doesn't mean it'll last.








With Lucifer dead (albeit dead can just mean "missing for a few episodes" on Supernatural these days) and Jack's grace gone there's no one to fight Michael in Dean's body. However, we only actually have Michael's word that the Lucifer in his world is dead. It would be in keeping with recent events for him to turn out to have been taken prisoner instead. At some point, with Michael in Dean's body, Sam may need to let Lucifer take him as a host conditional that Dean won't be killed (and obviously with some plan that they'd have to work together and have allies, since Lucifer couldn't win on his own). Even though alternate-Lucifer may not be as strong as alternate-Michael, in this world he could get the demons to follow him while there are basically no angels left to follow alternate-Michael which could definitely even things up.

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With Lucifer dead (albeit dead can just mean "missing for a few episodes" on Supernatural ''Supernatural'' these days) and Jack's grace gone there's no one to fight Michael in Dean's body. However, we only actually have Michael's word that the Lucifer in his world is dead. It would be in keeping with recent events for him to turn out to have been taken prisoner instead. At some point, with Michael in Dean's body, Sam may need to let Lucifer take him as a host conditional that Dean won't be killed (and obviously with some plan that they'd have to work together and have allies, since Lucifer couldn't win on his own). Even though alternate-Lucifer may not be as strong as alternate-Michael, in this world he could get the demons to follow him while there are basically no angels left to follow alternate-Michael which could definitely even things up.
* Jossed in "Nihilism", Michael said he killed Lucifer.




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* Nick had a part in that, as he wants him back.



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[[WMG: The ''Supernatural'' universe is the latest one God created if Apocalypse!Michael is to be believed.]][[/folder]]




[[WMG:In the end, Castiel will fall.]]

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At this point, we have seen that War had his Red Mustang and that Famine had his black SUV. After all these years, the Impala deserves an incredible CrowningMomentOfAwesome, and it couldn't get better than that.

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At this point, we have seen that War had his Red Mustang and that Famine had his black SUV. After all these years, the Impala deserves an incredible CrowningMomentOfAwesome, SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome, and it couldn't get better than that.



* [[spoiler: Well, at least the Impala played a very big role in the finale. It's just that it was a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming instead of a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.]]

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* [[spoiler: Well, at least the Impala played a very big role in the finale. It's just that it was a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments instead of a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome.]]


Crossroad demons can do almost anything but they need to make a deal to do it. Azazel needed permission to enter the houses of the children he fed blood. If demons could simply use their full powers whenever they wanted and wipe out humanity, that would only prove how powerful demons are. Lucifer wanted to show how weak and corrupt humans were. By setting up rules which made humans complicit in their own downfall (such as giving up their souls for greed), Lucifer was essentially looking for proof of his own point of view.

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Crossroad demons can do almost anything but they need to make a deal to do it. Azazel needed permission to enter the houses of the children he fed blood. If demons could simply use their full powers whenever they wanted and wipe out humanity, that would only prove how powerful demons are. Lucifer wanted to show how weak and corrupt humans were. By setting up rules which made humans complicit in their own downfall (such as giving up their souls for greed), Lucifer was essentially looking for proof of his own point of view.view.

[[WMG: Nephilim's Grace is what makes exiting the Empty possible]]
The Empty is TheNothingAfterDeath and PrimordialChaos at the same time, being the nothing outside and before the universe where all entities without souls go, i.e. Angels and Archangels. Under normal circumstances, it's impossible to leave, hence why a Reaper uses it as a threat against Sam and Dean and the Empty itself makes clear that not even God has power outside of Creation. However, it's made clear that hybrids of humans and angels have the potential to become much more powerful than either. In both instances when an Angel ''has'' been brought back from the Empty, Jack was tied to it somehow: in Castiel's case Jack called for him to return and Castiel woke up before blackmailing the Empty to throw him out, while in [[spoiler:Lucifer's case he was supercharged on the Grace he stole from Jack before Dean killed him with an Archangel Blade. Lucifer is able to hear his vessel Nick's prayer and wake up inside the Empty precisely because he was already juiced up.]]

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[[WMG:Apocalypse!Michael is still inside Dean's body]]
"Nightmare Logic" has Neil the djinn suffering pain after attempting to use his powers on Dean. Also, there's precedent to this theory: Ezekiel/Gadreel possessed Sam in early Season 9 and remained in his body without Sam ever knowing he was inside him, so who's to say that Apocalypse!Michael is doing the exact same thing, biding his time and gathering more information before advancing his plan?

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* [[spoiler: Confirmed, with Michael leaving Dean in the second episode, unless it turns out Michael is just pretending.]]



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[[WMG: A tiny fragment of Lucifer still lives on inside Nick]]
As of Gods and Monsters we see Nick is crazy violent and dangerous, and even tries to pull Lucifer's trademark finger-snap of disintegration on Castiel. Perhaps because he consumed the grace of a Nephilim, Lucifer is OnlyMostlyDead and the archangel blade wasn't enough to kill him completely. Maybe we'll see that a tiny spark of the devil survived and will take time to heal and regrow until he gains his old strength back and re-emerges.


While Dean may be a powerful vessel, he's also too recognisable having been on the news killing people. Given it also seems unlikely that we'll get an entire season without Dean getting to be Dean, if Michael is going to be the main antagonist of season 14 it's likely he'll end up changing bodies.

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While Dean may be a powerful vessel, he's also too recognisable having been on the news killing people. Given plots like "Demon Dean" and "Cas as God" ended up being resolved quite early in their seasons, it'd also be consistent with the general approach in this show if Michael possessing Dean didn't last. Given it also seems unlikely that we'll get an entire season without Dean getting to be Dean, if Michael is going to be the main antagonist of season 14 it's likely he'll end up changing bodies.


Come on. Letting Michael think he's killed him would be the perfect way to delay him long enough for Sam and Dean to get out of the Apocalypse World.

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Come on. Letting Michael think he's killed him would be the perfect way to delay him long enough for Sam and Dean to get out of the Apocalypse World.World.
[[WMG: The rules demons are restricted by were created by Lucifer as part of trying to prove how corrupt and weak humans are]]
Crossroad demons can do almost anything but they need to make a deal to do it. Azazel needed permission to enter the houses of the children he fed blood. If demons could simply use their full powers whenever they wanted and wipe out humanity, that would only prove how powerful demons are. Lucifer wanted to show how weak and corrupt humans were. By setting up rules which made humans complicit in their own downfall (such as giving up their souls for greed), Lucifer was essentially looking for proof of his own point of view.

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[[WMG: Michael will change bodies fairly quickly]]
While Dean may be a powerful vessel, he's also too recognisable having been on the news killing people. Given it also seems unlikely that we'll get an entire season without Dean getting to be Dean, if Michael is going to be the main antagonist of season 14 it's likely he'll end up changing bodies.
[[WMG: Relating to the above, Michael will possess Jack]]
In theory, an archangel could possess a Nephilim. Given how powerful Jack is, using him as a host not only prevents him being a threat but may allow Michael to boost his own abilities with Jack's. That said, Jack may be too powerful to control and seize back control of his body at some point.
[[WMG: Michael (apocalypse world) will end up in the cage]]
Given that locking him back in the cage has been a common strategy for dealing with Lucifer, and given how much harder Michael will be to kill, it's possible that Sam (and possibly Dean) will be forced to lock him up instead (so you end up with two Michaels in the cage).

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