Welcome back to Humor Nation. Through out the story of Supernatural, one could easily identify and locate certain events that are responsible for everything. Had they happened a bit differently then Supernatural would have been a completely different show. Let’s just take a moment and imagine hypothetically, what if these events had happened a bit differently.
So Take A Look At 7 What-If Scenarios That Could Have Changed The Entire Supernatural
7. WHAT IF MARY NEVER INTERRUPTED AZAZEL?
Had Mary Winchester not walked to check Sam, had she not interrupted Azazel who was feeding his blood to the infant Sam, things could have entirely different. She would have been alive, John wouldn’t have turned to hunting, and the boys wouldn’t be raised as hunters. The brothers would grow up close together, but Azazel’s blood would definitely affect Sam. Interestingly, Mary had already sealed her fate when she made with the yellow-eyed in order to bring her life John back to life. Her deal allowed Azazel to enter her house that fateful nigh when Sammy was six months old. But it’s interesting to imagine, had she not walked on Azazel, would she be alive in Season 1?
6. WHAT IF CAS STAYED LOYAL TO CHUCK?
Heaven will always two angels who rebelled against their creator and changed the course of human history. While Lucifer revolted and defied Chuck because first he was corrupted by the mark and secondly he considered humans to be inferior. Whereas Castiel defied the orders of heaven for the love of humanity, his time with the Winchesters changed him. He even sacrificed his life numerous times to protect the boys. But what’s interesting is that through out all the multiverses, only version of Castiel chose to follow his free will and turned away from plans of Chuck which eventually allowed the Winchesters to score a win in the long run.
5. WHAT IF JACK WAS EVIL?
While the addition of the character of Jack was a fresh addition to the later seasons, he brought a new level of depth and his dynamic with the boys was definitely entertaining. Definitely his character borrowed several elements from Castiel’s early seasons. Jack is a Nephilim, half-human and half-angel. His father is the archangel Lucifer and mother is the human Kelly Kline. When he was born, nearly everyone except Dean assumed him to be evil due to his DNA, but Sam gave him a chance. At times, he had to struggle with his powers which he failed to control and caused collateral damage, it even made Jack believe that he’s evil. But he came around when it needed the most and in the end proved to be the ace in the hole for the boys. But imagine what if Jack was evil and had aligned himself with the Winchesters. What sort of challenges had it created for the boys?