Talk:Eve

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So I'm thinking a two or three season Big Bad Story-Arc with this one. There is no way they are going to let the Mother of all Alphas go in one season. I'm pretty sure she is one of those Five things in all Creation that can't be killed with the gun. They gotta trap her like they trapped Lucifer. Since she is the Queen of Purgatory. Pretty much Purgatory's Lucifer.


reediting this page as recently added text conflates Eve from the Abrahamic tradition with Eve in Supernatural. --Missyjack 07:45, 5 March 2011 (UTC)

Ummm, call me crazy, but isn't that who this is heavily implied to be? How many other "Eve"s are there out there that are noted to be the mother of all life? Lucifer1987 07:48, 5 March 2011 (UTC)

No the character Eve in Supernatural is not the Biblical character, in the same way Lilith in Supernatural was not the same as the character from Jewish lore of the same name. Supernatural draws on many cultural traditions and mashes them up to tell its own story. In the Wiki we must only add on a character page what has been stated in the Show as canon, not personal speculation. I have added a reference to the Biblical character in the Lore section. --Missyjack 08:02, 5 March 2011 (UTC)

Actually, Lilith was almost certainly heavily based upon the figure of Jewish lore as implied on several occasions. And again, I ask, how many figures are there in lore named "Eve" that were the primary mother of an entire race? The answer: not very many. Her knowledge of God's absence, Jesus, the Apocalypse, etc also seems to indicate to me that she is connected in some way to God. Lucifer1987 09:08, 5 March 2011 (UTC)

Who created Eve? With season six and seven they screwed the perfect mithology of the show .__.--Big Jack 11:51, 5 May 2012 (PDT)

We don't know. All we know is that she is related to the Leviathans in some way. Personally, I think she, along with all the other "Purgatory natives," is the offspring of two Leviathans. As for "screwing the perfect mythology," that's a matter of opinion. Really, all they did was expand upon it and reveal a few new details.