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Aidan Lancing

"A picture's worth a thousand cups of coffee"

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a character in “The Angel Disease”, as played by SleepingInTheGardens

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"A picture's worth a thousand cups of coffee"




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Full Name
Aidan Christopher Lancing

Nickname
Dan

Age
Twenty-two / 22

Birthday
March 21

Gender
Male

Sexual Orientation
Heterosexual

Species
Human





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Height
5'11

Weight
167 lbs

Body type
Lean/Average

Eye color
Light brown

Hair color
Dark brown

Tattoos/piercing/scars
TBA

Overall
Aidan is a fairly average but handsome guy when it comes to his physical appearance. He's slim, but not scrawny. When it comes to his dress code, he doesn't really have one. He's artistic, so he wears whatever he feels like depending on what moods he's in. Sometimes he dresses very casually, sweat pants and t-shirt. Sometimes edgy, leather jacket and dark blue jeans and sometimes he dresses like he's going to meet the president. It all depends on what he's doing and who he's with. He's not into fashion, he just loves change.





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Likes
His little sister
Art/painting
Privacy
Making messes

Dislikes
Large crows of people
Technology
Pop culture
Arrogance
Country music

Fears
Losing Abigail
Dying
Heights

Secrets
He's afraid of falling in love

Personality
Aidan is what one would call a free spirit. He's very artistic and inventive. He loves to think outside the box and is a fan of anything unique or unusual. He's very honest, but not rude. He doesn't like any sort of drama and avoids conflict at all costs. Since his sister is much like him in this way, they get along flawlessly. But unlike Abigail, he's very talkative and somehow always knows the right thing to say or the right joke. He's also very open, and not usually shy around anyone. He's the type of guy that will start up a conversation out of thin air and turn it into a friendship within a matter of minutes. Because of this he has a good amount of friends, but only a few of them that he truly trusts. He loves any form of art, but mostly the traditional kind. He can often be found in his study with a brush in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other. He loves to experiment with paint so it's best to stay away from his work area when he's "inspired". He finds inspiration in the strangest things, and one of his goals is to find his muse; the source of his best inspiration. Most importantly, he is ridiculously protective of his little sister. Though she's an adult, he still sees her as his baby sister and will thoroughly inspect anyone that tries to get close to her. He doesn't like using force, unless it's to scare away any man that gets near Abby.

So begins...

Aidan Lancing's Story

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Character Portrait: Casteel Ambrose Character Portrait: Abigail Lancing Character Portrait: Aidan Lancing Character Portrait: Leon Dallan Gail Character Portrait: Roman Everest
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Abigail didn't know how to take the laughter. It must have been a good thing. He doesn't laugh very often. At least around her he doesn't. "You are amazing you know that?" The light shape of pink turned into a deep red. Even while being sweet he made her face turn colors. Will they ever be able to have a conversation that leaves her cheeks a healthy peach color. Cas asked to explain what she meant by her comment. The brunette raised an eyebrow. He truly didn't know. Before Abby could explain that he was perfect another angel walked in. For a moment Abby examined the creature and quickly recognized him as her brother. Aidan was an angel. Seeing him with wings made him look like a completely different person. She didn't know what to do. "Abby! Are you alright?" His voice made him seem less foreign. "I'm fine." She pushed herself in the seating position. She winced a bit. Her body was still getting used to whatever Cas did to her, but it was much better than the first time. "Are you alright?" Then she raised an eyebrow. Another brunette was with him last time she checked. "Where is Cordelia?"



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Roman chuckled a bit as he shifted on his bum. Leon seemed to be recovering from the crash. Roman was quite the heavy fellow. For a moment they just looked at each other. Roman really wanted to remember things. Especially about Roman. That was really all that mattered. To share the memories that Leon was thinking about. It was clear he was thinking about them. He looked down at the ground and rubbed the back of his neck. Maybe hearing about it will help. "How did we meet, Leon?" Roman was more than ready for story time.

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Abigail gasped slightly when she heard that Cordelia was in jail. Why would they jail someone so sweet and kind? She is nothing but helpful. But when she heard what she did then she kind of understood. Even though she was having a hard time picturing Cordelia brutally injure Gods. But then again, she didn't know Cordelia that well. She took hold of Aidan's hand. She could only imagine what was going through her head. To think she risked her neck to save her brother. Another human victim to the disease. She definitely needed to make sure that she hugged Cordelia whenever they saw each other again. Although it would be hard with her behind bars. "Maybe she could be pardoned. Do you guys do that kind of thing?" Abby would certainly do that. Just throwing people in jail for a first time offense isn't really justified.



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Cordelia did not like the dark. She couldn't see what was going on. She didn't know what was going on. And unfortunately she knew what was coming. The room she was in was sound proof. She couldn't hear who was coming and they couldn't hear her. For the first time in forever, the angel was terrified. Her body shaking to the core. Tears streaming down at her cheeks as she thought about who she was going to leave behind because of her recklessness. Leon was going to be dealing with Council on his own. Aidan was a new angel who was now at the mercy of the Gods. Lord knows what is going to happen to the angels that can think for themselves. All because she keeps a metal baseball bat in her room. But she was mostly crying for the pain that was to come. She could feel it and the head council man wasn't even hear yet. But he was coming. The angel sniffled and adjusted so that her knees were to her chest. Her hands were still handcuffed behind her back. There was no way out of this one. NO one really knew where she was. Maybe Casteel, but he was dealing with Abigail. Most important person in his life at the moment. She wouldn't be surprised if he didn't show up. In her head she started apologizing to Aidan. For making him a target. Then she apologized for Leon for never helping him get away from this place. And then to Casteel for ruining his life by giving him emotions. This whole thing was her fault. Because she didn't want to be here anymore. And now people were suffering and she was going to die. The former head angel continued to cry silently, waiting for her end.



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Roman smiled softly at the ground as he heard the story. It seemed to be like fate was guiding them. His address clearly read a different number on the sheet. But a trick of the light from mother nature and they were able to talk to each other. He chuckled when Leon said he flirted the entire time. "Sounds nice." It would have meant more if he could remember exactly what he said and what they did. To see his face and reactions all over again in his head. There was some silence between them before Leon apologized. At that Roman immediately looked up at him. Leon was looking at the ground. Blaming himself for this. "Don't be sorry. I was clearly persistent." Roman doesn't take no for an answer. "And I am glad that I met you.." He smiled and moved over to Leon. "again." Roman doesn't remember the first time, but he was glad to have him now. He didn't feel so empty. Roman wanted to hug Leon, but that hug would mean more to Leon than to him. And he didn't want that. He wanted to remember what embracing Leon felt like so that it meant so much more for the both of them. So Roman kept his hands to himself. "I wish I could remember. I can hear and see the memories we shared radiating off of you. I want that." He muttered as he looked away. Roman didn't like not knowing anything about himself.

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Abigail couldn't believe how corrupted a group of Gods could be. They were supposed to be holy. But they are turning innocent humans into slaves. No wonder Cordelia tried to fight them. The brunette might not have been that brave, but she would have definitely complained. Aidan had the look on his face that he really wanted to do something about his supposed to be girlfriend. Abby doesn't know if he had asked Cordelia yet. That will need to be brought up later. Cas gestured to Aidan's wings. Abigail couldn't help herself. With her free hand she ran her fingers through the feathers. They were as soft as she thought. Then another thought crossed her mind. "This is off topic. But do you have wings Cas?" Her cheeks heated back up to a light pink as she thought about running her fingers through his wings and being held by them. She was allowed to think those thoughts since that was her boyfriend. But it still felt embarrassing. "Just curious." This might have been the time to bring that up. But it was better than talking about horrible corrupted Gods. She was glad that she got a good one as her boyfriend.



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Leon assured that Roman would get his memories back. Roman wasn't exactly sure how that was going to happen, but he wasn't going to question was clearly going to happen. Maybe there was a magical thing that could happen. He was about to ask, but Leon went on to talk about how persistent Roman had been. He smiled softly as he watched Leon's eyes sparkle a bit. It was like he enjoyed retelling the story of them being together. "You aren't complaining. So my persistence must have been good." Roman let out an amused chuckle before letting silence wash over them once more. Then he looked up and just looked at Leon. His eyes roamed over him as he carefully thought out the next sentence that was going to leave his mouth. "If I don't get my memories back.." he let that thought linger. There was always a chance that he wouldn't get them back. He wanted to be prepared for that. "I want to get to know you again." He was practically asking Leon out. To be his again.

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Abigail didn't think that Casteel would actually respond. She was semi expecting him to ignore the question completely and go in complete detail about the plan to save Cordelia. Instead he stood up and showed his back to them. Then she saw his wine colored wings expand. They were much bigger than the ones Aidan had and much softer looking. She reached out and stroked one of them. They were so nice. That got her thinking about herself. Aidan had wings because he was an angel. Casteel had wings because he was a natural born God. But what about Abigail. She was a human turned God. What would her wings look like? In the stories the color of her wings would reflect her personality. But this wasn't exactly a fairytale. Mr. Perfect turned back around and she just blushed. She was way to fascinated by his wings and it was evident. Then without even knowing it, Abigail started glowing. Her skin a bright florescent color. The immortal power and energy had finally merged with her, making her a full fledged God. Her eyes grew wide and she just watched the glow fade away. "Wait..what happened?"



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Roman was expecting Leon to jump for joy when he said that he wanted to start over with Leon. But instead he just encouraged the new angel to start over. To build his life over again without Leon. That was honestly heart breaking. Roman may have lost his memories, but he didn't lose feelings. It would be easier to start over if his heart didn't belong to another. And even though, Roman didn't know the person his heart belonged too he wanted to get to know him. He wanted to know why his heart had chosen Leon in the first place. Right now he was getting an idea. "I don't want to be on my own, Leon." he started to explain. "I may have lost memories, but I still feel for you. I can't just up and leave, pretending I don't care about you."

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Abigail seemed to be the only person freaking out about what had just happened. Casteel seemed pleased while Aidan was a tad jealous. What was supposed to happen? Did she get wings? Magical powers? Ability to answer prayers? There were so many things she didn't know about being a higher celestial being. And here she was. A goddess. Maybe she could ask Mr. Perfect questions later. Cas asked to see her wings, but she didn't even know how to get them out. She looked at Cas and then at her back. She was just hoping they would appear. Shutting her eyes tight, she thought about releasing the wings that were folded up in her back. Slowly, a pair of light pink colored wings appeared. They were a bit smaller than Cas' but still bigger than her brothers. The color resembled what her face usually looked like when she was around Cas. That made her blush. She didn't want o flap them since she was afraid they would make her take off. "I'm a goddess.." she muttered running her fingers through her own wings. Just then a council member along with another angel walked in. "Your father would like to see you now, Casteel."



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Leon was pushing him away. Roman knew that. It was obvious despite the memories he was missing. "I know you don't remember this but…I always end up hurting you. Somehow…I don't mean to, but I can't help it. I don't know how to show that I love someone like you do-" Leon loved him and he was pushing him away. Roman never had to deal with someone so confusing. At least as far as he knew. Leon was the most confusing. Roman didn't want to leave. He didn't want to find someone else. Roman didn't want to rediscover himself and fall in love again. He was in love. He just needed to take the time to remember who he was in love. "Stop pushing me away Leon. I am not going to just find someone else. That isn't how love works." Roman was scolding Leon while confessing his feelings. "You are just going to have to deal with me. I'm not leaving you." He refrained from saying again. Since technically, Roman did leave him when he lost his memories.

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Abigail silently admired her wings, muttering a few words as if trying to convince herself and Cas couldn't nor smile while watching her. Though it didn't last long. Apparently his father was becoming impatient. He sighed and stepped closer to her, gently taking her hand. "Come on, let's go" he said quietly then looked at Aidan, gesturing for him to follow as well. He kept thinking and turning the thoughts in his mind. He had half of a plan worked out, but it might just be enough. With Abigail in hand, Cas walked out of the white room and down a long series of hallways until they were in a large ballroom with a round table in the center. One lone man sat at the table, rising to his feet as he saw them approach. Cas' grip on Abigail's hand tightened and Aidan stifled an uneasy grunt from behind him. Things were about to get messy.

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Roman refused to leave Leon, even after all those hurtful words, which he still needed to apologize for. Even after attempting to push him away, even after having lost his memories this man was still insisting. Leon smiled the faintest smile and ran a hand through his hair. "I have a feeling that even if I drop off the face of the planet you'll somehow find me". Leon looked up at the man, his smile gone and his eyes serious. "It's only going to get harder from here" he warned him. "Are you sure I'm worth all this trouble". This time Leon wasn't trying to push him away, he really was curious. He never thought anyone would bother to going through the trouble and getting past Leon's defenses, but Roman had done that and much more.

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Everyone else seemed just as fascinated with her wings as she was. Or they were just amused by her reaction to her new accessory. The two council member and angel though were not pleased. Or at least one of them looked annoyed while the other didn't really have an emotional expression. They were waiting for Casteel to join his father. Abby was expecting, and hoping, to be left behind. The last time she saw Mr. Perfect's father, had been at the banquet. They were not pleased with each other. In fact, his father scared her just a tad. But Cas took hold of her hand and whisked her off towards the devil in disguise. Aidan followed closely behind. Even being with the two men she trusted the most, she still feared for her life. As they walked into the ballroom, Abby finally put her wings away. It took her a moment to figure out how to do that. Now she felt like she had that technique down. Next was flying. And then how to answer prayers. One person was standing there by himself and she felt her boyfriend squeeze her hand. Immediately she coward behind Cas, still holding his hand tight. His father's apathetic face intimidated her. By the tension forming in the room, it was clear that something bad was about to happen.



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They made eye contact and Leon gave Roman a warning. A warning that he should probably listen too. Because of the angel, they were on the run. Roman had his memories taken and forced to be a creature that he particularly didn't want to be. In fact, everything in his life was near perfect up until he decided to pursue Leon. But Roman didn't care. He didn't care at all. Just to have Leon was more than enough for him. Even without the memories. He knew that this is where he wanted to be and he wouldn't give it up for anything in the world. "You are worth the trouble." he assured Leon. Roman wanted him to stop pushing him away now. So to get Leon to stop talking, he just pulled the smaller boy into an embrace. Roman hugged him tight. Might as well since they were going to stay together. Essentially this was to seal the deal.

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Abigail was afraid to move or say anything. She squeezed Cas' hand practically hid behind him. The head council man asked if she was ready more people filed into the room. They had to be other council members. They all resembled the main one. She nodded when he stated her name. Her face was a completely red. Just from the attention that was on her. "Do you understand the powers that have been awarded to you?" Awarded? She was awarded with divinity. It was either this or death. So awarded or otherwise, its not like she really had a choice. But she honestly had no idea what power she was really given. And she would have asked them to explain if she didn't choke on her words. So she just remained red. Nodding slightly, she moved even closer to Casteel. She would just ask Cas to teach her. He is much easier to talk to than his father.



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Roman kept his tight hold on Leon. It felt nice to hold someone that he cared about. What was making this weird was that, only one of them knew why they fell in love. But Roman was fine to go along for the ride. It was a soothing feeling. Leon thanked him and he smiled softly, stroking his back. "You're welcome." They remained silent, holding each other. Waiting for whatever savior Leon has called.

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Abigail thought her face was going to explode. Even thought both Cas and Aidan were there for her, she felt like she was completely alone. Like she was standing there being judged by people that scared her to the bones. The head of the Gods was trying to reassure the new God that they would help her, but it didn't make her feel better. If Cas told her that, she would be a little less red. But Cas seemed like he was trying not to explode himself. Abigail wanted to just go home. She wanted to embrace her new abilities without these immortal beings around. But that wouldn't be the case. The head council man took her hand and pulled away from her boyfriend and her family. Her body was practically trembling. She couldn't look him in the eye. He walked by her and then she was bombarded with other Council members. They all seemed to be trying to examine her and explain at the same time. If she could create a force field, she would. They weren't touching her, but she felt like they were. Stripping away her layers with their eyes and questions. "I did as you asked, now it's your turn". She turned to look at Cas. "H-h-his turn f-for what?" She called out. It is the only thing she has manage to say since she stepped into the ballroom.



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Roman let the silence linger between them. He didn't know what else to say at the moment. Just holding Leon felt a bit wrong. Like he shouldn't be doing this. Like he wasn't worthy of claiming the angel since he didn't know him. But Roman didn't really care. He wanted to embrace what was supposed to be his. And he was going to enjoy every second of him. When Leon spot up, it was in the form of an apology. At first Roman was going to have him explain, but Leon did that all on his own. And Roman frowned a bit. Those words actually hurt him and if Leon was anyone else, he might have snapped. Leon explained further, but then just trailed off. "It's fine. I am a big boy. I can handle a few insults." Roman said, trying to play off the pain. He even smiled a tad.

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Abigail did not appreciate being ignored. Especially because her boyfriend acknowledged her. She would understand if that was a on a need to know basis, but they didn't have to just blatantly ignore her the way they did. She just looked down at the ground and tried to get the other Gods away from her. They were just too much at the moment and it was quite overwhelming. It was as if they had never see a newly created god before. It didn't help that she was the only female on the council. Well as far as she could see. "We will execute you in front of the angels and the council so that they may learn the lesson" Abigail snapped her head back in Cas's direction. Execute? They were going to execute her boyfriend. In front of everyone. Just like that. Her eyes grew wide as she made eye contact with Casteel. No they couldn't. "N-NO! You can't!" She started to make her way back towards him, but the other council members took hold of her. Pulling her away from the the two. Tears started to stream down her face. "Let me go! Cas!" The Council members were pulling her in the other direction. They didn't want her to interfere.



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Roman could understand why Leon felt that way. One moment they were together and the next Roman was arresting him. It clearly looked like the new angel was using this poor broken person. He was going to reassure Leon for the second time but he was cut off. " Oh and….i don't hate you. I could never hate you…." That actually made Leon feel so much better. He smiled and continued to hold the younger male up until he broke from the hug. "why don't I show you how to come to a stop without falling on top if me?" Roman raised an eyebrow. "I kind of liked falling on you." He teased, but subtlety agreeing. "Alright. I am reading for Landing 101" Roman brought his wings back out to prove his point.

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Abigail wanted the council to let her go. She wanted them to let go of her boyfriend. But they clearly didn't care about what they wanted. Abby made eye contact with Cas another time and he looked just as sad as she did. The new God knew she couldn't keep fighting the Council. They were still stronger than her since she was just getting into her divinity. But she wanted to fight. She wanted to keep fighting. Aidan couldn't even get to her. They would kill her boyfriend and she would officially be alone. But she saw Casteel fight the two council members that had him. Abigail sad expression quickly changed to one of concern and minor joy. He was going to do something about his execution. The council that were holding her, released her. They started heading over to the head councilman and his son. They clearly needed to help with that situation. Abigail dusted herself off and watched Cas. There was nothing she could do at the moment. Not that Aidan would let her run in there and get hurt.



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Roman was going to take a step off the cliff, but Leon told him to just watch. He nodded in agreement and watched the younger angel fly around. It was very graceful. Leon's feathers ruffled in the wind and Roman couldn't help, but be intrigued. He watched the flawless landing. There was no way Roman was going to be able to land like that. ”Simple” Roman scoffed. That was easy for Leon to say. He had his wings much longer than the older male. Roman got his earlier that day. He was going to need more than a five minute to get his landing down. But he trusted Leon. Roman expanded his wings and walked right off the edge. His wings easily caught the wind and Roman was soaring. It was nice to just fly around for a moment. But now it was time to land again. He headed back for the cave entrance at a ridiculous speed. When he was close enough he adjusted so that his feet would touch the ground. He flapped his wings slower, but he was still coming in way to fast. He got his left foot to touch, but he missed his right footing. Tumbling, again, he rolled right into the back wall with a thud. "Simple."

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Abigail was confused, upset, scared, and hopeful all at the same time. Her brother came running over to her and she managed to pull her gaze off of Mr. Perfect. He asked if she was okay and she couldn't really answer. To keep Aidan from getting worried though she nodded as he was examining her. Abby ran her fingers through her brown hair and immediately felt comforted by the kiss pressed to her forehead. But when Aidan left her side to get in the middle of the divinity battle her face paled. She could lost two people she cared about and Abigail wouldn't have been able to do anything about. Quickly, she looked around for a weapon of some kind. She just wanted to get some of the council members off her brother. Cas could handle his father. But Aidan couldn't handle Gods. SHe came up empty on the weapon part, but she was determined to help. Abby headed over to the council members surrounding her brother and she kicked one right in between the legs. It dropped to the ground and she jumped on another ones back. She started beating it in the head. With her new strength, she was actually casing the council member pain. "Leave me brother alone!" she screamed. The confused God she was on was trying to pull her off, but she had a strong grip.



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Roman groaned a little as he tried to sit back up. He wasn't expecting to his the wall so hard. He would have much rather have fallen on Leon. Much softer landing. But Leon insisted on teaching him the landing technique. Not that Roman minded, much. He could hear his instructor chuckling and Roman glared playfully. "I'm fine. But I would have much rather fallen on you." Roman said, taking Leon's hand to stand up. Leon offered to fly with him to help him land and Roman agreed. That sounded like a better plan. He wasn't a baby bird he could just push out of the nest. Roman has no instinct of flight. This was going to be taught. Roman kept hold of Leon's hand and went back to the edge, getting read to walk off the edge.

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Abigail kept hitting the God beneath her. Aidan was just staring before he shouted at her. Finally the beaten council member dropped to the ground. One to many hits to the head. Then she kicked the already down god in the stomach. Two council members down a whole bunch to go. "Don't worry about me, Dan." she reassured him. Abby wasn't much of a fighter, but she was in enough self defense classes to hurt someone. Her parents recommended that she took some. Probably not for this exact reason, but for protection in general. Then she saw Cas take a pretty hard blow from her father. A gasp escaped her and she practically ran over to the council man harming her boyfriend. She hit him hard in the back. Abigail was expecting that to affect the head council man much more than it had. Instead the councilman just turned around and smacked her hard across the face. Abby dropped to the ground and held her cheek. Tears were streaming down her cheek. "Know your place." Was all he said to her. His voice sounding almost too emotionless. She looked away from the council man and he looked back at Casteel to finish what he had started.



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Roman kept up with Leon's speed. They were almost at the same speed, but Leon was bit faster. Due to the experience. Eventually the younger angel, released Roman's hand to show him how this landing was going to work. He started heading back to the cave with the new angel trailing behind him. Roman slowed down when Leon said, but clearly not slow enough. Roman was trying to slow down, but he was having a hard time. Finally he got slow enough to keep from crashing, but he stumbled a bit on his feet. He bumped into Leon but their wasn't enough forced to knock either of them over. Looking over Leon, he was appreciating the closeness. "How was that?"

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Castiel struggled to regain his breath as well as his balance and in the blink of an eye, Abigail was defending him, and then she was on the ground. Her face was marked red from where it had been hit and tears were in her eyes. Cas’ own blues met with hers and the adrenaline began racing through his veins, or perhaps it was rage. E could feel it spreading like poison as he got to his feet. ”That was a bad idea” his voice was low and dark as he spoke to his father. He dared to lay a hand on Abigail, now he’d pay the consequences. The older god sprung forward towards Cas, but Cas remained in his place. His fists were packed tight and there was a red, fiery aura around them. Before his father could do anything, Case’ fist flew up into the man’s jaw, sending him spiraling backwards and onto the ground. Before the other had a chance to recollect himself, Castiel’s other hand flew down and grabbed the man’s collar, using the other to smash it into his face. Somehow the other dodged the hit and rolled over, pinning his son down on his back. ”You’d choose a worthless human over your own father?” he spat before landing a hit on his cheek. Castiel struggled but managed to push him off, following up with punch and a kick that sent him backwards. Without a second though, Castiel flung forward, rage at an all-time high, and smashed his fist into the other’s chest, his hand piercing right through his clothes and skin, earning a cry of pain from the other. ”She’s not worthless” he hissed, twisting the hand a bit as the older god cried louder.

Aidan had been ready to jump in and beat the living hell out kg the head council man for hitting his sister but it seemed like Castiel already had that covered. He attempted to watch the scene while still throwing punches but eventually had to look away. Hen the head council man cried out, however, everything stopped. All of the council members surrounding him froze to stare in the father and don’ts direction. Their expressions were unreadable. They seemed, almost, shocked. Aidan didn’t understand what was going on but he continued to watch as Castiel’s hand dug around in his father’s chest and slowly emerged with a small, glowing orb.

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Leon was prepared to be slammed into the ground, but instead they only stumbled a bit. Leon’s hinds flew up to grab onto Roman’s to keep himself from falling, and then they froze, merely inches from one another. "How was that?". Leon remained silent, his eyes flickering from Roman’s eyes to his lips send back. ”Better” he breathed as if the air had been knocked out of him and he had just regained it. It was quiet again and Leon could almost hear his heart screaming at him to do what he so desperately wanted to do at the moment, but his mind reminded him that it was a bad idea. His eyes remained on Roman’s lips for a few more seconds before quickly looking off to the side. ”I think that’s okay for now” he muttered, reluctant to let him go.

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Abigail pushed herself up off the ground, trying to keep from looking so helpless. But the council man had done the one thing he swore he wouldn't. Hurt her. She honestly believed him for a moment, but it was clear that he was a liar. Casteel and Aidan seemed ready to attack this man, but Cas had it. Mr. Perfect didn't seem as perfect. He looked evil almost. Abigail was a bit scared so she went over to her brother and hugged him tight. But she could see the fight going on and then she saw Cas reach into his father and pull out an orb. The other council members looked almost shock and close to terrified. Whatever Casteel was doing must have been serious. Abigail didn't say anything. She didn't move from her brother's side. She watched in fear like the rest. Something serious was about to happen and the entire council was about to witness it.



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Roman just stayed close to Leon. His eyes flickering between his lips and eyes. Even though Roman didn't know why, he wanted Leon. Really bad. He thought about doing things that can't even be said allowed to the younger male. But they couldn't. Not yet. No matter how much he wanted it. Leon was the first to look away and Roman understood why. He nodded in agreement with Leon. He took a few steps back from the younger angel and went to take a seat. He folded his wings away and leaned against the cave wall. A sigh escaped him and he closed his eyes. Roman was near content. And he just wanted it last a little longer.

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Castiel stared at the orb, as did his father, in disbelief. The head council man was now having trouble breathing. Castiel squeezed the glowing orb in his hand and the man let out a shriek of pain. Their eyes meet for a second and Cas felt a stab of guilt in his gut. He shook his head as if to shake away the feeling and squeezed the orb once again. The man under him twisted his body in pain, grasping at anything he could grab. There was the stab of guilt again and Castiel slowly released the glowing sphere. The man looked up at him, his face twisted in an odd mixture of pain and confusion. ”If it were me-“ ”You would have killed me already. I know” Castiel said getting to his feet. The rest of the council members stared in awe and fear if they had any, not daring to approach Castiel now. ”But I’m not you” he said plainly as he walked towards one of the walls. He pulled out a small box from the bottom of a bookshelf and twisted the lock, entering the combination followed by his finger print. Once opened, he carefully placed the small orb inside and locked it securely. He then moved a large painting in the wall, once again opening it with his finger print and placed the small box inside, slamming the safe shut. ”And I’m not a murderer” he said as he walked back to his father, glancing over and Abby and Aidan in the process.

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Leon watched as Roman backed away and he couldn’t help but feel disappointment. He was almost certain the angel was thinking the same thing he was. With a quiet sigh, Leon ran a hand through his hair and settled down on one of the rocks. He stared at the ground, drawing figures in the dust with his foot. If it wasn’t awkward before, it certainly was now. At this point Leon had two options. One, wait for Castiel to restore Roman’s memories, which wasn’t certain. Leon didn’t even know if Castiel would show. And two, walk over to the slightly bigger and stronger angel and kiss him. Kiss him long and hard, hoping that it would be enough to bring back his memories. Somehow Leon didn’t think he could do either. He glanced at Roman, making eye contact for a split second before looking away. He decided against the second option. If the kiss didn’t work, it would only succeed in making things more awkward and possibly scaring the other away. It looked like he had no choice but to wait.

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Abigail hid her face in Aidan's chest as Cas squeezed the orb. The older man cried out in pain and Abby tried to cover her ears. It was just torture. Either Cas put the man out of his misery or stop messing with it. Whatever the decision, Abigail didn't want to hear him scream anymore. Then the crying just stopped and she tilted her head towards the two. Cas stopped messing with the orb. None of the council members dared move from their spot. Mr. Perfect walked the orb over to a security box and put it in a safe. Cas was keeping it. For reassurance that the head councilman would remain powerless. ”And I’m not a murderer” That made Abby happy. She smiled a bit at Cas when he walked back over to his father. She broke herself away from Aidan just a bit. But she still didn't move away from him. Right now she just needed to keep quiet and wait for her boyfriend to tell them all what to do. Technically he was in charge now.



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Roman sat, embracing the silence. It was to keep from going over and attacking Leon. That wasn't a good thing to do at the moment. And the older male was trying to think with his head. Although it was rather hard. He opened one eye and looked over at Leon. They made eye contact for a moment before he looked away again. This whole thing with Roman not having his memories was getting to him. Roman wanted to see him smile again. "Hey Leon?" His eyes were fully open and he was looking directly at Leon. "Why do you love Roman?" It was a bit sad to think that Roman wasn't really Roman. But he wasn't. Not right now. But he was curious to know.

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There was a long stretch of silence. The format head council man lay on the floor, as if he were lifeless, string at the ceiling. As watched him with bath rage and pity. If only he could feel what Cas had felt in the past few days. All those emotions, good and bad, were so much better than not having any. Without a single word, Castiel walked over and held a hand out for his father. He man simply stared at it, nit making a single move of twitch of the finger. Some f the more loyal council members rushed to the elder man’s side, helping him to his feet. Castiel let his arm drop and watched in annoyance. ”You will pay for this. What you have done is a crime” on elf the higher council members threatened, before he and a few others walked away with the format leader. ”Anyone else want to join them?” he asked he turned to the rest. A few of them shuffled out of the building after the others, while a couple stayed behind seemingly conflicted on what to do. ”You’re ether with me or against me. Take your pick” he said in a firm tone. He few gods remaining exchanged glances before turning back to Castiel, seemingly choosing to stay. ”What would you like us to do, sir?” one of them questioned, stepping forward. ”We will follow you”. A small smirk played on Cas’ lips. ”Good choice” he said before turning to Abigail and Aidan. He stepped forward, giving Abby a short kiss before turning to her brother. ”Cordelia is in a prison not to far from here. These men will take you” he said, gesturing to the few gods, who simply nodded in agreement. He then turned to Abigail. ”I have something else I need to take care of. You stay with your brother”.

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The silence was making Leon a bit uncomfortable, unlike usual when he welcomed it, so Roman’s voice startled him the slightest bit. "Why do you love Roman?”. At first Leon thought the question was oddly worded, but after thinking about it he decided it was a good way to ask, and after thinking about it a little more his cheeks slowly started to tint a light ink. ”W-where did that come from all of a sudden?” he stuttered as he got to his feet. He slowly walked past Roman, avoiding eye contact, and stopped just a few feet away, his back turned to the other. Why? Leon could think of an infinite amount of reasons, but saying them out loud was a whole other ball park. He stared in silence at nothing in particular but eventually felt the need to speak. ”Just…genuine.” his voice was almost a whisper. ”Caring…he didn’t give up, despite all the times I shut him down. I guess… he’s funny” he muttered, feeling odd for admitting everything at once like this. Somehow, it was easier than he’d expected. ”it didn’t hurt that he was good looking too” he mumbled as he slowly turned to look at the subject of the conversation, half expecting him to be laughing.

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Abigail watched as some of the council members went to help the old man up. Others stayed behind. The new god wasn't really worried about anything really anymore. The main threat wasn't a threat, but this couldn't be the end. Cas mentioned something about a rebellion and this has to be the trigger for it. Then Cas gave the remaining Gods an option for what they could do. They made a smart choice by siding with the clearly stronger God. Abigail would have sided with her boyfriend. Speaking of boyfriend, her kissed Abigail quite unexpectedly. And in front of her brother. She of course kissed back. But her cheeks were the same shade of pink as her wings. Casteel claimed to have other things and told Abby to remain with her brother. The embarrassed girl nodded and turned to her brother. They needed to go rescue Cordelia. The Gods the new Head Council member instructed show them Cordelia, guided them towards the cell she was put in. Abby took hold of her brother's hands as they walked. Her free hand lingered over her lips. She would never get tired of kissing Cas. Her cheeks were still pink and she really hoped Aidan wouldn't call her out on it. Because then she would be red.



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Tears stained this captured angels cheeks. Cordelia was done crying, but she was still sad. Her voice was hoarse from her screaming and crying. The room was sound proof so it wasn't like anyone could hear her. That was the point of the room. And now Cordelia was just growing impatient. If they were going to kill her they needed to hurry up. Waiting was absolute torture. She shifted around a bit, trying to get in a better position. If she could end her life she would have. Sitting in the cell, in pitch dark all while waiting for something to cut off her wings was driving her insane. But they had her hands shacked behind her back. Possibly so that she couldn't harm herself. A sigh escaped her and she rested her head against the wall. Then she heard a click. Someone was opening the door. Using her feet, she pushed herself to the back of the room. Light entered the cell and she shut her eyes looking around. "Just freaking do it already!" she commanded whatever figure entered the room. She was of course talking about her death. But when she opened her eyes she didn't see the head council man. She saw Aidan and Abby with some Gods behind her. Cordelia raised and eyebrow. "Aidan?" She didn't get to see him as an angel and it was weird seeing him when she didn't think that she would. Cordelia could cry again.



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Roman liked hearing about himself, even if that wasn't him right now. Just the fact that someone loved him just warmed his heart. And the fact that he loved Leon made it all the better. The only thing that made this awful was Roman not knowing why. ”it didn’t hurt that he was good looking too” Roman's smile turned into a smirk. He looked at the younger male talking about him and then stood up off the ground. He took slow steps towards Leon. "You think I'm good looking?" he practically whispered when they were in close proximity of each other. He was pretending as if he didn't hear the other things he said just to bother Leon. But he heard every word. He didn't want Leon to try and argue with Roman, so the older male wrapped his arms around the younger male's waist. His eyes gazed down at his lips for a moment before Roman pulled him in for a kiss. So many thoughts were going through Roman's head at the moment. But only one matter. He was kissing the love of his life.

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Castiel watched as Aidan and Abigail followed the former council men out of the building. Castiel was reluctant to leave Abigail, but it would be more dangerous if she came with him, no doubt. She also had her brother. Despite his being less powerful than Cas and now Abby as well, he would protect her with his life. Castiel had always been good at reading people. With a sigh he turned and headed for his office. He now needed to get a hold of his side kick. He hadn’t heard from Leon all day, he didn’t even have the faintest clue where he was, but they had some rebellion planning to do meanwhile the others freed Cordelia. After reaching his office, Cas pulled out his phone with the intention of calling the angel or getting some idea of where on the island he was, but stopped once he read the message. Leon had apparently gotten himself in trouble or some sort, and Castiel needed his help, so he had no choice but to go after him. It didn’t take him long to figure out what his clues meant and he took off in that direction as soon as he did.

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Aidan’s eyes slowly adjusted to the dim lighting of the room. Cordelia cried out something he didn’t quite catch and he cringed. Her voice sounded beaten and warn out. However, before he could say anything, she realized it was him. Aidan stared back in a bit of awe and anger. He let god of Abigail and ran to the other’s angel’s side, examining her up and down. ”Are you okay? Are you hurt? What did they did?” he asked, frantically inspecting her. He then turned to the former councilmen whom were walking towards them. ”Why is she chained up like this?” he demanded as if they were obligated to answer. None of them did, but a couple of them walked around him to the chains holding down the brunette and released them, setting her free. Aidan had the urge to pull her into a tight and warm embrace, but he simply held a hand out for her to help her up. She’d come to him when she was ready.

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You think I'm good looking?" for some reason that didn’t annoy Leon as much as he’d expect it to, though he still shot the angel a half hearted glare. ”Really? Out of everything I said, that’s all you got-“. His words cut off when he was pulled close to the man’s body. Leon attempted to protest once again but was cut off guard, no, more like shocked by the kiss that was place on his lips. His breath hitched in his throat and he immediately kissed back as if my instinct. His hands wandered up the sides of the man’s torso and clung to h’s shirt, as if he were afraid that if he let go this would all disappear. But it didn’t, not when he pulled away for air or when he looked up into the other’s eyes. Roman was still there. Leon stared at him, as if he were expecting something else to happen though he didn’t know what.

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Abigail was happy to see Cordelia and it seemed that nothing had really happened to her. But she was still concerned for the way she was tied up. The room she was in was dark. Abby looked at the other council members and gestured that they unshackled her. There was no reason for her to be tied up like this. Cordelia was beyond happy that Aidan was okay. She thought that something bad would happen to him if she wasn't around. He examined the angel and asked if she was okay.She nodded. Aidan wanted to know why she was even in here, but the council members weren't going to say anything. Not to the lower ranking angel. Cordelia got to her feet and the other council members left the cell. Cordelia brushed herself off and wiped the dried tears from her cheeks. When she felt a bit composed, she practically attacked Aidan. She pulled him into a tight hug and held back the tears she wanted to release. The angel thought she would never see Aidan. The fact that he was standing here before her was just mind blowing. She was almost afraid to let go and find out this was a dream. "I missed you. I thought i wouldn't ever see you again."



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Roman was glad that Leon shut up and kiss back. It felt nice to have this younger male close to him. That is when flashbacks started. They were a bit short and vague, but most of them involved Leon and things they had done together. Making breakfast. Meeting. Sleeping together and 'sleeping' together. All those thoughts were suddenly ripped away when Leon pulled for air. The couple made eye contact. Leon's eyes were full of so much love. While Roman's eyes were a mix of re experienced memories and love. Then without warning he kissed Leon again, pulling him closer if that were even possible. Roman wanted to remember. Kissing his love was helping with that. Although it was bits and pieces that didn't make sense, he was still getting some general idea. On top of potentially regaining memories, he just enjoyed kissing Leon. He was so good at and he liked the way Leon felt against him.

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Cordelia was more than happy to get out of that cursed box. The angel would get to live another day. There have been a few times where she should have been dead at the head councilman's hand, but every time she got out of it. She was silently thanking her lucky stars. Aidan asked if she had been hurt in anyway and she shook her head. Besides the torture of just being in the dark they didn't do anything. "No they didn't." He had come just in time. The two council members that had broken her out just stood there with apathetic facial expressions. She glared at them before focusing her attention on Angel and the New God. Abby didn't look that much different than before. She at least still had emotions. Aidan suggested they got out of there and she agreed. But she wasn't sure where they could go. Except for the angel meeting room. Taking his hand, she gestured for them to follow. "I know a place where we can lay low for a little."



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Roman had stopped getting the flashbacks, but he was just enjoying the kiss with Leon. They didn't seem the need to break away from each other anytime soon. Roman was low on air, but he wasn't pulling away first. Not yet. Even though he didn't get his memories back like he thought he would, this form of intimacy actually made him feel nice. His heart was warmed and he was free of any worrying thoughts. He almost didn't noticed the person that entered the cave with the two. It wasn't until the person had cleared their throat that he finally broke the kiss. He looked down at Leon for a moment and then up at Cas. He raised an eyebrow, not really sure he knew who this person was.

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Cordelia led the way still wary about the Gods following them. She didn't trust the council no matter and to have them suddenly be on their side was rather suspicious. They were the same ones that dragged her off to that forsaken cell in the first place. She got to the meeting room and allowed Aidan and Abby to enter first. But she stopped to turn in front of the unwelcome Gods. "Sorry. Only those who can express emotions are allowed to enter." With that she shut the door on them. Cordelia wasn't sure if they were upset with her due to the apathetic faces. But it wasn't like they could do anything about it. She would just kick them back out if they tried to come in. Aidan said he needed to fill her in on everything. "What's left to know? Abby is a God. You are an angel. And since you two were able to come get me, I'm guessing Cas and his father got in some kind of altercation where Casteel won." That was purely a guess, but that was theme between the two. At least recently it has. Her arms crossed as she rested against the wall.



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The person spoke up finally causing Leon to blush like a mad man. Roman would try to remember to bring that up later. It would be funny. But Roman wasn't happy to see Cas all that much. Especially because of the smirk tugging on his lips. Leon looked as if they had done something wrong. Roman wanted to know who this guy thought he was. Then the guy threw him an unnecessary glare which he immediately thought was because he was with Leon. Now Roman disliked Cas. Leon was not anyone elses. Even if Roman didn't put out an official claim, he would rather die than let Leon go over to that guy. roman glared back and pulled Leon closer to him when Cas looked at the younger male. Leon did mention something earlier about getting someone to help him. Well Roman didn't like the help. [color=#CC7812"Leon only called for you to help with my memories and get us somewhere safe that wasn't in this cave."[/color] Roman was trying to sound grateful, but jealously and attitude fell off his tongue naturally. And it didn't help that the angel was still glaring.

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Aidan couldn’t help but feel bad for the two council men that were left out in the cold, but he trusted Cordelia’s instincts. She explained what she thought was going on, and Aidan was surprised by how accurate it was. ”Are you psychic too?” he joked, leaning against a wall. He thought for a moment on what to say next, then looked at her. ”Castiel pulled something round and glowing ut of his father’s chest. What is that?” he guessed she would know since she spent almost all of her time around gods. He glanced at Abigail, wondering if she had one of those now. Something told him the fact that Castiel had pulled it out wasn’t anything good.

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Leon glanced back and forth between Castiel and Roman. There seemed to be some tension, but Leon was clueless as to why. He felt Roman pull him closer and his already red cheeks burned even redder. ”I was wondering if you could restore memories” he muttered, not sure how to react to Roman’s cold attitude towards the god. Cas listed a brow and glanced at Roman. ”Probably” he shrugged, taking a step closer to the two. ”Anything for my sidekick” he joked send Leon immediately glared. ”I’m not-“ Cas held a hand up, cutting him off, and examined Roman from top to bottom. He remained silent, and then as if out of nowhere, his hand flew up and smacked against Roman’s cheek. Leon stared in shock and Castiel watched the new angel as if waiting for something. ”Do you remember yet?” he couldn’t contain the smirk on his lips.

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Abigail was just as confused as Aidan was about the orb coming out of Cas' father's chest. It had almost frightened the other council members. They barely even moved. They didn't even look like they were breathing. Abby had to know if she had something like that in her now. And why was it so important. Cordelia's eyes almost widened at the sound of Cas pulling out the orb of a God. It almost made her laugh, but she didn't. "That glowing orb is the life source of a God. Essentially their souls. Without it they are powerless. Only a powerful God could do something like that." Abby immediately covered her chest with her arms. That was a terrifying thought. If a powerful God just got tired of her, she would end up like Cas' father. Cordelia looked at Cas in a new light. "Now I have to be nicer to him..." she muttered. If Casteel got angry enough to rip out his father's soul then she doesn't want to know what happens if she made him equally as mad.



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Leon asked Casteel in a nicer way to restore Roman's memories. Roman didn't really want his help. He was secretly hoping that he wouldn't be able too and that some other person would do it. Cas agreed and walked closer to Roman. They watched each other for a moment. Just examing the person before them. Then out of no where the God smacked Roman hard across the face. He was stunned for about a moment, but then he was ready to kill him. His hands balled into fist as he thought about the first boxing move he would use. Then he realized that it worked. He was remembering his boxing. His school. His friends, Aidan and Abby. But more importantly Leon. Everything about Leon was coming back to him in a rush. He was getting a headache as the new information mixed with his old information. Roman brought his hand to his cheek and rubbed it softly. "Yes I remember." He answered bitterly. "There was no way that was the only way to restore my memories." He muttered, still angered by the slap.