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08 January 2011 @ 06:26 am
"Bow-hunting is an important skill!"  
Dean Winchester says this line during the first season, though we've never seen them bow-hunting. Or any kind of uses of such weaponry besides the guns and knives they have.

I honestly think it would be pretty cool to see them wielding over weapons and arsenal besides the same old guns and tricks. If this season is all about getting "back to the basics" as they claim, I would like more extension to the hunting business; preferably with different techniques different hunters use. This makes me think about my ideas for an international look at this business, since different cultures use different kinds of weapons and how to use them; imagine Japanese hunters as opposed to Western hunters we normally see handling particular situations and their own tactics and methods, and seeing how effective they are. I think it would be pretty nifty. Then again I tend to look beyond what the show has given us, which makes me hungry for something more than what we're limited to (or what the writers fail to acknowledge or bring up ever again, as they often do, but I digress). There's definitely unique and different kinds of creatures and monsters elsewhere, as evidenced from this current season during "Weekend at Bobby's", so it would be nice to get a glimpse into other cultures and how they handle their own monsters.

These are just some thoughts I've been having. I often look at the bigger picture of the universe they are in, which is something I wish the show would take more seriously. *shrugs*
Current Mood: contemplativecontemplative
Current Music: Repo! The Genetic Opera - Infected
Patent Counsel for Adrian Veidt and Tony Stark: SPN Castiel Wingsakemi42 on January 9th, 2011 12:06 am (UTC)
I remember that quote about bow hunting and I agree. I also like your application to business. Having a variety of strategies and tactics in one's arsenal is always a good idea.
Renée: Castiel. Searching for answers.rogueslayer452 on January 9th, 2011 02:15 am (UTC)
I find it really hard to believe all hunters use the same tactics and skills and strategies. Most of them learn by trial and error and experimenting, not everything is going to be exactly the same. Like I said in another comment, one hunter might find something more useful and effective than another hunter does for a particular hunt.