There is no confrontation after the initial one. Jason gets ripped apart, probably eaten, and that's it. And even if he came back, he'd get killed again. There's literally nothing he could do that would stop William.
And I know Lycan's sleep. Werewolves probably do considering they're basically like wolves on steroids. William was another story; he was awake when they found him and attacking as soon as he got out of his cage, so he probably doesn't sleep, or even need to considering he was immortal beforehand.
That's all beside the point, it's not like a 7 foot tall corpse could sneak up on a wolf anyway. He'd be heard and smelled long beforehand.
You ever seen Jason Goes to Hell?
A Mortician ate a recently destroyed Jason and got possessed. The demon growing inside the vessels body. That same demon could also escape Jason and enter other bodies. Possessing them. The demon is a large worm shaped creature.
Eventually Jason would find a suitable body then the original form would erupt and continue his campaign of killing......Just saying.
Werewolf eats Jason? I agree. A good idea? No.
Last edited by the ninjak on Jan 24th, 2012 at 09:39 AM
I saw it a couple years back, kinda hazy on it. Now that you remind me I do sort of remember it. But did Jason from FvJ have it? He certainly didn't show it.
Also; considering Jason is a walking corpse, he probably wouldn't get eaten. Wolves are predators, not scavengers. Especially of dead things that have been dead for god knows how long. So ripped apart again and again and again.
And there's no guarantee that even if he did eat him, the possession would work.
It was made pretty clear that William was completely uncontrollable as he was basically a walking rage engine who only lived to kill, eat, and spread the disease. Even Marcus could only calm him down into not attacking, and that was because their bond was so strong before they turned.
And while it's true Jason will come back, he'll keep getting destroyed over and over.
As f'd up as that would be for the world, I doubt it would happen, lol. As I said, William was awake and aware presumably from the time he became a werewolf, all the way up to 800 years later when Marcus let him out of his prison.