Why do I torture myself like this.
Jon’s headcanon list- part 1
stephenherondale asked: Jon.
Jon and Ethan:
Jon loves his son, he truly does. There is no Family Devereaux without any one of them, and that even includes their beloved fuck-up son. With everything that Jon and Scarlett went through when she was pregnant, and afterwards with Samuel screwing him up when he was a toddler, Ethan is left as nothing more than a stoner drop-out with nothing to his name. Jon, not about to abandon his son no matter what happens, helps orchestrate Ethan coming back into himself, and eventually they overthrow Samuel, and Ethan is the one to kill him.
QED: Ethan kills Samuel.
Jon and Scarlett:
Jon is inherently more emotional (or more capable of emotion) than his wife, simply based on the nature of his ability. Eventually, these emotions overtake him as he is not a creature that is built for handling them. This will drive him to the brink of insanity, and after Samuel dies, Jon finally allows himself to collapse into paranoia and despair. He will depend nearly completely on his wife and his children.
QED: Jon will die an insane and potentially very lonely man.
Jon and Hellhounds:
Jon has had many dealings with the hellhound race over the years, and one of which led to the introduction of Enzo into the household. This in turn led to him making a deal with Beatricia, and he actually rather likes the arrangement. His daughter is looked after by Enzo, and his family is looked after by the information that Bea can provide him with. This will lead them to being further ostracized by the demonic courts, who are not on the best of terms with hellhound society. This will lead to a divide in opinion between Jon and Scarlett - Jon, siding with the hell hounds, Scarlett (while she likes Enzo,) siding with the demons because she knows their power, having spent lengths of time in Hell and knowing that resistance is literally futile.
QED: Jon and Scarlett fight over what will keep their family safest, but end up cast out from both societies, forced together in their differences.