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User talk:Anderson54

1,030 bytes added, 01:24, 26 January 2011
I suppose resurrecting Cain and Abel would have been possible, but it might have been a major disruption to the natural order. The resurrections of both Dean and Adam leveled trees, and they had been dead a comparatively short amount of time. If, as Death said, Dean's existence is an affront to the natural order, surely resurrecting two beings that have been away from Earth for thousands of years would be worse. Additionally, Sam was already primed to serve as a vessel because of the demon blood he received on his sixth month birthday. And there is something to be said for having a vessel that is familiar with the time and place in which the Apocalypse occurred. Further, there is no knowing what Cain and Abel are now. Cain killed his brother; does that mean he went to Hell? If so, surely he of all beings would be a demon, and probably an unlikely subject to consent to serve as a vessel. Neither of them would feel much connection to modern humanity. --[[User:MisterGlass|MisterGlass]] 01:24, 26 January 2011 (UTC) I would not mind making a few edits, but it looks as though you are still actively editing, so I will wait until you are not working on the page. --[[User:MisterGlass|MisterGlass]] 21:45, 24 January 2011 (UTC)
I agree that the Four Horsemen page needs major work. Staxeon made some good comments below, covering most of the issues that I would have raised. I would also suggest that the main section of the page should only deal with the Horsemen as they appear in Supernatural. All references to the biblical account of the Horsemen should be confined to the lore subheading. --[[User:MisterGlass|MisterGlass]] 20:48, 24 January 2011 (UTC)

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