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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: Cordelia Character Portrait: Abigail Lancing Character Portrait: Aidan Lancing Character Portrait: Leon Dallan Gail Character Portrait: Roman Everest
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Leon agreed with the idea of stealing from Cas. Cordelia would bring it up to the God, but right now she was going to have some serious fun with as many weapons as she could. Grabbing one more major weapon, she followed Cas when he said too. There was some kind of training room for each one of the weapons. Clearly the teachers were going to Cas, Leon, Cordelia. Maybe one or two of the former council. But many of them would be learning how to use the weapons. Cordelia was fine with that. Aidan moved closer to her and she got kind of excited thinking about teaching him how use one of these weapons. Roman automatically chose Leon to be his teacher. He seemed to be really into the weapons and he wanted to be able to use them as well as he did. He did know how to use a few of the weapons so he wouldn't be completely useless. He looked over to Aidan to see that Cordelia was going to teach him. And then he looked over at Abby who seemed almost scared of the thought of even touching one of those. Castiel was addressing it so Roman turned his attention back to Leon, ready to learn. Abigail wanted to help in anyway she could. Her boyfriend was saying that the way to help was to learn how to use a weapon and then use it on the field. And Abby was conflicted. Cas said she didn't have to do it, but she didn't want to be useless. "But I will be useless if I don't learn." she stated, looking at the ground. The new god wasn't going to sit back in safety while everyone she cared about went to risk their lives.

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Cordelia waited for her little mini group to pick up some weapons although she was more concerned about the weapon her boyfriend picked up. It was big, rather old but very affective. She smiled at him. "You have good taste in weapons." She said. She leaded them all over to various targets. She set up different ones based on the weapon they picked. She dug around in the target basket. She arranged cans in a pyramid and dragged the target farther away than the others. Cordelia walked back to Aidan. "It's long range. Almost 90% accurate. And does a heck a lot of damage." She said. Tilting the gun in his hand a bit she pointed out the various features. "Safety. Chamber. Clip. Trigger." Those were the important ones. She handed him a magazine clip for him to load. "Shoot and watch out for the recoil."

Roman had no idea what weapon he wanted. He wanted one that he didn't know how to use. So he walked up and picked crossbow. He knew how the bow and arrow worked, but the cross bow was an automatic weapon that he just couldn't figure out. He walked back to Leon. "This one." He said. By the excitement on Leon and Cordelia's face he was sure that Leon was capable of teaching him about any weapon and every weapon.

Abigail was relieved to hear that she didn't have to learn how to use a weapon. That made her feel much better. But then he said something about her having powers. Not only did she forget, she didn't even know she had them. She thought only Cas had them because he was so powerful. Abby was rather curious on learning how to use them. "Can you teach me how to use them?"

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"Safety. Chamber. Clip. Trigger.". Aidan nodded and attempted to keep up with everything. He never knew there were so many different parts to a gun. He just assumed it was point and shoot. Obviously he was wrong. Cordelia set up the target for him and warned him about the recoil. He nodded. That much he knew. Hopefully it wouldn't be bad enough to knock him on his butt and embarass him completely. Once Cordelia had backed up, Aidan positioned the gun how he thought it should go. He pointed it at the first target, took a deep breath, and pulled the trigger. The recoil cause him arm to move slightly and he missed it by a hair. Aidan sighed in relief. It could have gone much worse. He looked at her, waiting for feedback. "What did I do wrong?".

Leon watched as Roman walked over and picked up a crossbow. He smirked a bit. Just as fun as a bow and arrow, though a bit easier to use. "Good choice" he smiled. He gestured for Roman to follow him and stepped into one of the training grounds big enough for the weapon of choice. He closed the door and walked over to his bow friend who looked entriegued. "Stock. Trigger, sight bridge." he called out as he pointed to each component of the complicated looking weapon. He couldn't tell him Roman was keeping up or not, but he was smart. Leon assumed he could keep up. Once he explained each part of the bow and what it was for, he decided to test him first and see how he did on his own. He set up a target and backed away, giving him more than enough space. "Show me what you've got' he smirked, excitedly.

"Can you teach me how to use them?" Abby asked and Cas smiled happily. "With pleasure". He took her hand and led her to the furthers training ground, and one of the biggest. He walked inside and closed the glass doors, then turned to face her. "How do you want to help?". A new god's powers were a very wide range of possibilities. They could become whatever the god wanted them to. If the good wanted to destroy, the powers would be molded for destruction. If the god wanted to heal, they would be molded to heal. It was all up to her.

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Cordelia watched him point and shoot, incorrectly. He only missed by a little. The recoil didn't affect him much which was good. She sat there looking at the way he was holding the gun when he asked what he had done wrong. [color=BF20BF]"You are holding the gun wrong."[/color] She said, walking up to him. Cordelia took his arms and pushed them down slight so that the gun wasn't so high up. Aidan was holding it do high which didn't allow for a good grip. Then she adjusted his hands so that his left hand held most of the weight and the right hand had the trigger. Stepping back she looked over him. "Okay. Try again."

Roman was listening to Leon, sort of. There were so many things going on with the crossbow that he was just trying to remember the parts his boyfriend had pointed out. After the explanations, Leon stepped back and left Roman to try it out on his own. The boxer didn't even know how to hold it correctly. He took a deep breath and held up the weapon towards the target. He pulled the trigger. He had missed the target completely and the band snapped at him. "ow." he mumbled. "Okay. Come fix whatever I just did wrong." He said to Leon.

Abigail was kind of excited to learn how to use her Godly abilities. It was like learning magic even after someone told you magic doesn't exist. She followed her boyfriend into a far training ground. They walked inside and Cas shut the door. Now it was left up to her. However she wanted to help would affect her powers. Or at least that is what Castiel would teach her. "I want to heal people. I don't think I can be out there fighting so I can least keep people from having bad injuries." She said.

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Cordelia didn't make fun of him, which was a relief. It would only add to his nerves. She came over and repositioned the gun so that he was holding it correctly. He could feel the difference in his grop, it was much better now. He focused his attention on a new target, took a deep breath and fired. Unfortunately he missed again, but the recoil didn't affect him. That was progress. He decided to try again, repositioning the gun on a new target and repeated the steps. Much to his surprise, he hit it. He smiled bright as he let out a breath he didn't even know he had been holding and looked at Cordelia. "How was that?". He knew it wasn't great, but it was his first time. He was doing much better than what he expected.

Leon watched as Roman aimed and shot, missing the target completely and snapping the string. Leon didn't laugh nor say anything, until Roman spoke up. "Okay. Come fix whatever I just did wrong.". Leon couldn't help but chuckle a little as he walked over to the confused looking angel. He dug around in the bag for a band replacement and took the bow from Roman, hooking in the band in a way that Roman could see what and how he was doing it. "Hold it how you were holding it before" he instructed. Once Roman did so, Leon walked up behind him, placing both hands on his hips. "How you stand is important. Line up your hips with the barrel" he said, quickly gesturing to the barrel of the weapon before adjusting Roman's hips to the right position. [Ccolor=teal]"Lower your elbow."[/color] he instructed, resting his chin on Roman's shoulder so he could see the sign mentioned of the weapon and adjusted Roman's arms accordingly. He reached around the other side, placing his hand over Roman's hand and adjusting his grip first before adjusting the riser so the string wouldn't snap. He then back away a good distance. "Try it now".

Abigail wanted to heal people. Somehow Castiel expected her to say something like that. She wants the fighting type, and they already had several experienced solders who did like to fight. They would need someone to take care of them, and that was Abigail. He'd have to teach her the basics first, like how to summon her power, how to control it and contain it, and most importantly how not to use it. Castiel walked closer to her and placed his palms up in the space that stood between them. "Put your hands on top of mine, just like this" he explained. Once she did this, he closed his eyes and told her to do the same. "Concentrate on light. It's speed, it's strength, it's weakness.". Abigail needed the power of light to help her heal others. The first task was to bring out that part of her, which shouldn't be too hard to do.

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Cordelia was expecting Aidan to hit the target this time, unless he messed up which was highly unlikely. After a moment, he pulled the trigger. He was off the center, but he hit the target which was really all that mattered. Aidan looked back at her and she smiled brightly at him. "That was great. She walked up to him and pushed the gun about an inch to the left. "You just have to work on your aim." She said. Cordelia walked around him for a moment, trying to figure out how to fix his accuracy. Running her fingers through her hair, she pursed her lips. "Line the trigger up with the center of the target. That should give you the most accurate shot." She said, walking out of the way of the target. Cordelia just knew how to aim, so teaching it was confusing. Hopefully this worked.

Roman was happy he picked his weapon for two reasons. One. Leon seemed to know a lot about this weapon which was good for the boxer. Two. The older male missed once and Leon had his hands all over him. It took everything he had not to make some comment about how he was being felt up. The younger male squared his hims, fixed the band, and readjusted his hold on it. Roman felt a bit better about the way he was holding the weapon. Leon backed up and gave him the opportunity to shoot the weapon. After a moment, he shot again. The band snapped at him, but didn't break off. The arrow was off center, but it hit the target. That was clearly much better than what he had done originally.

Abigail was excited to learn how to heal. She was trying to contain her excitement for the sake of her boyfriend. He told her her to put her hands on top of his and she did. Then she closed her eyes, making sure she was intently listening to him. Then he said to channel light. And she was trying. At least she thinks she was trying. She was trying to think of light related things. The sun. Flashlights. Neon glow sticks. Light Bulbs. After a little while her power was starting to awaken.

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Aidan was happy that he hit the target, but he needed to work on his aim, according to Cordelia. She walked over and readjusted his aim, explaining how he could improve it. Aidan made sure to take good notes of everything she was saying. Line the trigger with the center of the target he thought to himself. He dud just that, waiting a good few seconds to make sure it was lined up, before getting a good grip on the gun and pulling the trigger. Much to his suprise, he actually hit the center this time. His face was overtaken by joy. He had never fired a gun in his life, nor did he ever think he would need to, but this was very exciting. He lowered the gun a bit and looked over at his girlfriend. "This is what happens when you get such a good teacher" he smiled. He knew he still had a long way to go before he could use the gun to the extent that Cordelia could, but as far as first times went, he was doing just fine.

Leon smiled a bit as he watched the arrow hit the target. It was off center, and Roman's seemed a little off balance but it was a huge improvement. "Much better" he smiled, walking back over. [Color÷teal]"Your aim needs work"[/color]. Some people learned by doing, others learned by watching. Leon wasn't sure which way worked best for Roman so he decided to try them all. "May i?" he asked, gently taking the cross how from him. Once Roman had moved away, Leon took his place in front of the targets. After yelling Roman to keep his eyes on him, Leon reloaded the bow and adjusted his stance. He took a firm hold of the weapon, making sure Roman could see everything he was doing, line up with the center target that Roman had hit off center, adjusted the riser and pulled the trigger. The arrow flew from the weapon and right into the center of the target. Without a word, Leon took another arrow, reloaded the weapon and adjusted his stance to aim at the target beside the one he had just hit. After pulling the trigger, the arrow hit the center once again.

Castiel could feel how hard Abigail was trying to concentrate. Her power attempted to awakem, but there was something wrong. Cas thought for a moment, wondering if perhaps she misunderstood him. The energy coming from her didn't feel right. He opened his eyes and examined her for a moment before speaking. "You're close, but somethings wrong". He gently held her hands and moved closer, pressing his forehead to hers. Immediately discovering what was wrong, he chuckled. "Let me explain it a little differently. When I say light I don't mean in the literal sense" he began to explain as he closed his eyes and instructed her to do the same once again. "Think if the positive kind of light. Daylight. Cheer, joy. The opposite of darkness" he knew this would be much easier for her than trying to focus on lamps and light bulbs. "think of everything that makes you happy. That makes you light up"

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Cordelia watched silently for Aidan to pull the trigger. And when he did, the angel smirked. He hit the target dead center. That made her very happy for reasons that had nothing to do with Aidan being able to use a gun. More of the fact that she can teach. She usually left teaching up to Leon, her cold heart second in command. Despite striking the fear into everyone, he was way more patient when it came to teaching. Cordelia on the other hand would rather they just knew how to shoot, fly, fight and all that good stuff. The fact that she had put in effort teaching Aidan how to use this beautiful gun was a miracle. She was going to talk to Leon about this later. After the practice was over. "This is what happens when you get such a good teacher" She giggled as she walked back to him. "And you have only good teachers with even better students." The angel commented, before reaching up and planting a kiss on his cheek. Can't have all work and no play. "I think you should practice on a moving target." She went to go and change the target sheet for him. Then she hooked up the target to some moving contraption. Cordelia had no idea how it worked, but it moved so that was all that mattered. Getting out of the way, she went back to the safe zone. "Go ahead and try that."

Roman knew that aim was something that needed real work. But he knew how to use the crossbow which was great. Leon came up and took the weapon from the boxer. He took a step to the side to watch his boyfriend handle the crossbow. He was told to keep his eyes on the teacher and he did exactly that. Roman was excited slightly by the fact Leon could handle a weapon so gracefully. As he tried to keep his thoughts clean the older angel watched the way he lined the crossbow up. He loaded it up and Leon hit the target in the center. Twice. This proved that Leon knew what he was doing. This must have been one of those "learn through observation" techniques. Roman was having a hard time when he was focused on Leon and not really what he was doing. "Alright. I was kind of not paying attention. Do it again." Roman admitted with a smile.

Abigail thought that it should have been working by now, but she felt Castiel press his forehead against hers. She was doing something wrong. Almost discouraged, she frowned. But he was was reexplaining what he meant by light. He meant something positive. Something that makes her happy. Which made way more sense that thinking about neon lights. She nodded and closed her eyes once more. She started with thoughts of dancing. The music flowing through her ears and being brought back out through her graceful movements. A small smile formed on her face. Then she thought of her brother Aidan. He was always there for her whenever she needed him. Taking care of her when she was sick. Dancing with her even when he can't dance. Always finding ways to make her laugh over some coffee. Finally she thought of Castiel. How they first met through her dancing and how he had danced with her. She thought about how he made the world disappear when he walked into a room. His gentle kisses and the way he made her feel special. Abby knew everything would be okay when he smiled at her. With that final thought, her powers were awakening but the right way. The smile didn't fall from her face.

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Aidan was proud of himself to say the least and by the kiss he received, so was Cordelia. She made a comment about him being a good student and he smiled. "If I continue to be good will I get rewarded like that every time?" he jokwd. By now she had suggested that he'd try a moving target and went to set it up. Now he was nervous all over again. He had managed to hit the first target in the center, but that wasn't moving. Aidan watched nervously as Cordelia stepped back and instructed him to try shooting. He examined the gun for a moment to make sure it was loaded and held it up, aligning it with the target like he had done before only this time he couldn't align it. He first thought about moving the gun as the target moved but that didn't feel correct. He then thought about waiting for the target. Perhaps that would end up much better. He held up the gun in a steady position and waited patiently. When the target passed by he pulled the trigger, managing to hit it a bit off center.

Leon thought Roman had been paying attention. He had been watching him the entire time so he could only assume that he was trying to learn. He was wrong. [B]"Alright. I was kind of not paying attention. Do it again."[/color]. Leon responded with an unamused half glare as he went for another arrow. Of he hadn't been paying attention then why was he watching? "Last time" he warned as he slid in the arrow. Without much warming, or rather no warning at all, Leon turned and pointed the arrow at Roman's head before quickly pulling the trigger. The arrow flew out of the weapon, right past Roman's right shoulder and into the center of a target just a fee feet behind him. The blonde lowered the weapon, his face still unamused, and looked at his boyfriend. "Got that?".

Castiel waited patiently until the light energy from Abigail's body began to pass onto him. He smiled. This was more like it. As he opened his eye he was almost stunned by how beautiful Abigail looked bathed in the light glow of the energy. She had a smile on her face which only made it that much more amazing. "Opem your eyes" he instructed in a hushed tone as he slowly let go of his hands. He dug around in his pocket and pulled out a small switch blade. After opening, he quickly brought it to his own finger and made made a somewhat deep cut before Abigail old protest. The Crimson liquid quickly began to pour our as he looked at her. "Do you think you could patch me up?".

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Cordelia thought it was cute Aidan wanted more rewards for being a good student. Of course she would give him more awards. As many awards as he wants, after he shoots the moving target. She gave him as much room as he could possibly need. She didn't want to crowd him. The angel watched the target move around and then she watched Aidan try to line up gun with the target. The trigger was pulled and Aidan hit the target. Missed the center. But the fact he hit it meant progress. "That was good." She said with a smile. "Now try to hit the target."

Roman didn't want to explain why he wasn't really watching. He was glad Leon just showed him again without explaining anything. He was keeping his eyes on the stance. His eyes were wide open as Leon pointed the crossbow at him. "You wouldn't..." Then the arrow went right by him. He glared at his boyfriend't unamused face. "Got that?" Roman was not happy. Even if Leon was a good shot and the boxer was never in real danger, he still pointed the weapon his way. "Yeah yeah.." He said, walking over and taking his crossbow back.

Abigail felt warm and fuzzy inside. A light was lit within her and she didn't want it to go away. So far she was enjoying learning about her powers. Especially if she gets to think about Castiel to get them to work. That was her favorite part. He told her to open her eyes and she did. Abby could practically see her warmth. She saw the switchblade and her eyes grew wide when her boyfriend used the knife on himself. She was mentally freaking out. "Do you think you could patch me up?" Abigail nodded and took hold his hand. For a moment she as trying to figure out how to do this, but she figured running a hand over it thinking that it would get better should do the trick. Abigail extended her warmth and good health to Cas, hoping he gets better. When it healed up, she looked up at him with some concern. "Please never do that to yourself again." she said releasing his hand.

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Though he was making progress it wasn't quite good enough. There were hundreds of angels and gods past Castiel's security walls that were not only powerful in their own right, but highly skilled in using weapons, just like Cordelia. Aidan had a lot of catching up to do if he wanted to be or any help. He couldn't congratulate himself just yet. Cordelia fixed the target for him once again and instructed him to try hitting the center. The brunette nodded and aimed the weapon. He took in a deep breath that ran throughout his entire body and focused solely on the center of the target. It was difficult when moving, but not impossible. Aidan waited patiently for the center to align itself with his weapon before putting the trigger. At first it seemed like he had pulled it too soon, but once the bullet met with the center, Aidan felt a huge wave of relief. Makimg progress, that's all that mattered.

Leon watched as Roman stared at him unamused and he couldn't help but to smirk a little. Usually it was the other way around. The bugger angel walked over and took the weapon from Leon, who's smirk hadn't completely dissapeared yet. "Don't worry, if I wanted to hurt you I would have already" he teased, gently pecking his cheek. Roman knew Leon would never do anything to purposely harm him, or at least Leon hoped that he knew that. Though Roman could fight and was being taught how to use a weapon to help in the battle, Leon's ultimate plan was to fight for him. Protect him with his own life. Of course he'd never tell Roman this. All he'd get would be protests and something about how he's the one that's supposed to protect Leon. It was best to just do it without him noticing. Once Roman had the weapon. Leon decided to give him one last push of help. He walked up behind him like before, only adjusting Roman's grip and position of the arms this time and leaving the hips up to his judgement. Before backing awsy, he slid a hand up to the boxer's chest and placed the other in between his shoulder blades, gently stratening up his back. "Breathe easy" he muttered before taking a step back.

Castiel watched with a smile on his face as Abigail ran as hand over his cut and healed it up completely. "Please never do that to yourself again.". Castiel's smile didn't falter, how could she possibly be so cute? He gently took her hands and kissed her forehead. "I won't" he assured her, deciding not to mention the fact that if she hadn't healed him, a wound that size would have dissapeared on its own within 15 to 20 seconds. But now it was time to test her power even further. They'd need bigger and older wounds. Castiel thought for a moment and came up with a good solution. He slowly let go of her hands and took a step back. "Wait here, I'll be right back" he assured her before heading for the door.

As he walked down the hallways in between training grounds he could see everyone was hard at work. Aidan had chosen a rather large gun, but by the looks of it, he was handling it pretty nicely. Leon was attempting to teach Roman how to use a crossbow in a very intimate way which he probably didn't even realize. Castiel shook his head as he turned a corner to find one of the angels training with one of the former council members. The looks of annoyance on the god's face assured Castiel that the elixir was indeed working. "Sorry to interrupt" he said as he opened the door and the two froze completely. "Allen I need to borrow you for a moment". The young angel's eyes widened slightly as he nodded nervously. [B]"Y-yes sir"[/color]. He handed the weapon back to his instructor and followed Castiel out of the grounds and down the hallways, back to where Abigail was waiting. As they walked in, Castiel examined the young boy's wounds. He had taken one of the worst beatings and was in no condition to go out and fight again. He only hoped Abby could fix that.

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Cordelia was prod of Aidan's progress, but they still had a lot of work to do. But the angel decided to join her boyfriend. She was bored just standing around watching him shoot targets. She wanted to fire some of these weapons. In fact she had an idea in mind, but she would bring it up to Cas after he was done with his girlfriend. "Give me a second." Cordelia walked over to the target area and set up a whole bunch of targets. Some moving and others weren't. Cordelia counted 12 targets and considered that to be enough. Then after she did that she went to grab herself a weapon similar to Aidan's, only not as big and more powerful. Cordelia came back to Aidan's side, holding the weapon. "Should six targets. The targets you don't hit in the sent you need to hit again." That insure the enemy was dead. Cordelia was going to hit her own six targets only she was going to hit them twice in the center. "Ready?"

Roman was upset with Leon, but that quickly faltered with a peck to his cheek. His boyfriend was dangerously annoying, but he loved him and vice versa. At least Roman knew what he was doing now. The boxer adjusted his stance to shoot, but Leon came up behind him placing his hands all over him again. Roman laughed a little. "You touching me like this is not teaching me. It's turning me on." Roman said, finally not able to hold in what Leon was doing to him. But he took his deep breath and exhaled slowly. He pulled the trigger and hit dead center. The boxer was proud of himself. "I'm practically an expert." He teased.

Abigial felt better knowing that Casteel wouldn't do that again just to teach her something. Harming himself was not worth that. At all. Just the thought of him hurting himself was making her sad. But she was trying to keep up her light feelings for the sake of this lesson. Cas assured her that he would be right back and he left her in the training room. Abby ran her fingers through her hair as she waited patiently for her boyfriend's return. After what felt like forever, Cas returned with a young boy. For a moment the boy seemed relatively normal, but then she caught sight of his wounds. Abby refrained from gasping. Her first thought was that he needed a hospital. Her second thought was that she was the hospital. She knew that she had to heal him. That was the whole point of this lesson. Healing. Abigail walked up to him with a small smile and ran a finger across his wounds lightly. She had no idea if she could even heal him. "What's your name?" She asked. She felt the younger male shiver slightly at her touch. After examining him, she started with his smallest wounds since those would be the easiest to heal. "A-allen." She nodded, healing him one wound at a time. "I'm Abigail."

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Cordelia was expecting Aidan to be ready, but he wasn't. In fact he even put the weapon down. The angel's eyes roamed over him confused to what the issue was. Only moments ago they were celebrating his progress. Cordelia put her own weapon down and moved closer to her boyfriend. "Hey what's the matter?" she asked, her voice full of concern. If he needed a break she would give him one. It's not like they needed to rush everything right now. Cas wasn't putting them out there at this instant. Aidan had some time to practice and deal with whatever is going through his mind. Cordelia hoped everything was okay with her boyfriend.

Clearly what Roman said had gotten to Leon. He stopped touching him as a form of helping him learn. The boxer wasn't upset. In fact this was going to be better for them. Keeps Roman's mind clean and focused on learning to use this weapon. His boyfriend went to set up moving targets for Roman to practice on. That made sense. The enemy wasn't going to just sit there and let Roman shoot at them. When he was told to go, he focused on the moving target. Taking a deep breath, he exhaled slowly and pulled the trigger. The arrow hit the target, but it wasn't center. He needed to figure out a way to take aim and hit the target. This was much harder than he thought it was going to be.

Abigail managed to keep calm at his wounds. They had hurt him so bad. She truly sympathized with the angel she was helping get better. Allen smiled at her, impressed by what she was able to do. She had wondered why Cas couldn't have done this. Then she was thinking that his powers might not be for healing. Abby would have to ask him later. The new goddess looked at what was left and it was the bigger wounds. For a moment she hesitated trying to figure out how this would work. Thoughts of Cas healing her when she was sick went through her mind. Even though it might have seemed impossible, he came to her aide and made her better. That was what she was going to do for Allen. With both hands she ran them over the bigger wounds. Slowly they started to get better. Abigail was trying to contain her excitement. She didn't even know she could do that. She looked at her boyfriend clearly surprised at her own abilities.

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Aidan didn't understand why this bothered him so much all of a sudden. They had fought the night before. He had hurt several of the enemy's men himself. It's true that he didn't kill any, but the intention was just the same. It was different this time. Yesterday he had fought without any warning, because he had no other choice, but now he was actually training to kill. It just didn't feel right. "Hey what's the matter?". He looked up at Cordelia with a start and shook his head. "Nothing just…tired" he said, leaning against the nearest wall. If he told her the truth she might think he was a coward, but he just didn't think he could get himself to kill anyone. The conflicted angel rubbed the back of his neck with one hand, hesitating a bit before looking at his girlfriend. "Okay, let's do it" he said, attempting to sound as convinced as possible. He was no where near ready, but he couldn't have Cordelia worrying over something so insignificant.

Leon was glad Roman didn't make any more comments like that, otherwise he might have had to do the rest of the lesson with red splotches on his face. He aimed the gun at the moving target and Leon watched closely for any possible mistakes. When the trigger was pulled, the blonde was almost convinced he would hit the center, but it missed by barely an inch. It wasn't too big of a mistake. It could be perfected easily, he'd just need to find a way to reach Roman how to aim better. "Don't chase the target" the blonde explained as he took a few steps closer. "Wait for it to come closer to you". In a real battle the targets woild be movinf constantly. It wouldn't make any sense to try and shoot the ones that were further away. Instead, the weapon should be focused on those coming closer, and fired before they could come too close. Luckily the crossbow was a long range combat weapon, which meant that Roman could stay at a safe distance from the enemy. "Block out everything but the center. Shoot it twice if the first time doesn't hit the bullseye" Leon explained as he walked back from setting up another moving target and stayed a safe distance away from Roman. "Relax your body and try again". Teaching new angels how to use weapons wasn't anything new to Leon. Cordelia hated teaching these kinds of things, so they were usually up to Leon. He tried to picture Roman as just another one of those students for the duration of the lesson just to help them both focus.

Castiel watched closely and curiously as Abby finished up with the small wounds and moved onto the big ones. She looked nervous, it was only obvious to Cas, but she began to work anyways. When the wounds began to heal slowly, a smile formed on Castiel's face. She had picked up the technique much faster than he ever imagined. He almost didn't believe it, and by the look on her face, she didn't really believe it either. Once she was finished Castiel clapped quietly as he walked closer to her and Allen. The boy looked ecstatic to be healed and thanked Abigail a hundred times for helping him. He thanked Castiel as well for bringing him to her. Cas nodded and let him no he was free to go back to his own training. "Don't let your instructor push you around, alright?" he half joked. Allen smiled brightly and agreed before heading out of the room. The god turned back to Abby with a smile still on his face. "Congratulations, you've discovered the art of healing" he said proudly.

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Cordelia didn't know if she actually Aidan was fine. He said he was tired, he had been fine just moments ago. She would have pushed him a bit to tell the absolute truth, but he said that he was ready to continue the training. The angel nodded and picked her weapon back up. The targets were still moving so it was still ready for them. Cordelia glanced over at Aidan before looking straight ahead. "One two three fire." She said, before firing at the moving targets. Shooting all six in the center of the target twice. She was hoping that Aidan would hit all of his in the center. That would cut this training in half.

Roman couldn't believe how close to center he was. It was like someone was messing with him on the field. The boxer took a deep breath and reloaded his weapon. At least he knows that he is doing better than before. This wouldn't take long to learn. Especially with Leon pushing him as he is. Roman tired to aim again but Leon started coaching him again. He was teaching him how to aim correctly at a moving target. Taking a couple deep breaths he started to relax a bit. Although he still felt some pressure to shoot the target in the center. Roman held the crossbow, waiting. He was waiting for the moment the right moment to shoot. After what felt like forever, he pulled the trigger. He hit the moving target directly in the center. Roman smiled proudly.

Abigail was happy to restore Allen to full health. He was extremely grateful, thanking the goddess over and over again. Abigail giggled telling him that it wasn't a big deal. She would do it all over again if she could. Cas let him return to his instructor with a few words. Abby watched him leave before turning to face her boyfriend clearly excited about what she has just done. "Congratulations, you've discovered the art of healing" Abigail giggled and jumped up and down slight. "Thank you so much!" she said before hugging him tightly.

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Thankfully Cordelia didn’t question Aidan’s decision to continue training. He wasn’t okay, not really, but this was something that needed to be done. He picked up his gun again just as his girlfriend did and positioned himself. Cordelia counted them down and begin to shoot her targets. Aidan followed, pushing the thought of killing out of his mind and seeing the targets as what they were; lifeless objects. He began to shoot a bit off center and shot those twice, but towards the last few he got them dead center. Once it was all over and all that could be heard was the echo of the gun firing, he stared at the targets in shock. He didn’t expect to get any in the center, let alone four of them. The others were dangerously close and had been shot twice just like Cordelia had instructed him. STill, he wasn’t an expert yet. He wasn’t at the level that he needed to be to be useful in battle. He took in a deep breath and looked at his coach. ”Again?”.

they did this a few more times, switching off and on. Sometimes Cordelia would demonstrate and Aidan would follow her lead. Other times they would do it together like they had done with the twelve different targets. Aidan could feel himself getting better. His aim was much more on point and he didn’t have to work too hard to hit the center. He also became more comfortable with the gun itself, like he and the weapon had become one. It felt good to be able to control it so easily. However, that feeling in the pt of his stomach remained. Even when they finished training, put the guns down and stepped out of the training grounds. That feeling of guilt wasn’t leaving anytime soon.

Leon could visibly tell Roman was still a little tense, but not as much as before. Surprisingly, he managed to hit the very center of the target regardless. The boxer smiled proudly and Leon couldn’t help but to smile as well, though he quickly covered it up with a fake cough and a hand over his mouth. ”Better” he added. He walked over to the targets and set up a variation of different targets. Some moving, some not. The blonde quickly moved away and gestured for Roman to begin shooting at them. There would be way more than one enemy on the battle field. SOmetimes the soldiers had to face off one against four or five at the very least. This would be good practice in case Roman ended up surrounded and Leon unable to help him. Leon needed to give Roman every possible way to defend himself for the moments Leon couldn’t help him. This way he could almost guarantee his safety. They continued to train for a while longer and eventually Leon joined him in the shooting of targets. Something about being able to do this together made Leon happy. The blonde loved the battle field. Not because he liked to kill, but because it was what he was best at. He was trained and made specially for that purpose. He only hoped Roman didn’t see him as a monster because of it. Once they were through, they were both exhausted. Leon was physically and mentally exhausted. It had been hard to concentrate on anything after the comment roman had made about his teaching style. Thankfully it was over now and he could relax a little.

Abigail danced out of happiness and Castiel smiled. He was a bit impressed with house uickly she had picked up the healing technique. If she continued to practice, she would be able to do it effortlessly, just like Castiel could fight effortlessly. Because his powers were not designed and perfected for healing, doing such a thing took a large amount of energy out of him. Ever since he had healed his own wings he continued to feel exhausted, as if his power had been sucked out of him. Several times, while training with Abby, he began to feel dizzy. Thankfully he managed to play it off and not make her worried or suspicious. He was also glad she didn’t ask why he hadn’t healed Allen. He had honestly thought about it deeply, but if he had he would have been almost useless today. They wouldn’t have been able to get the elixir and he wouldn’t have been able to heal himself if he was shot. He wouldn’t of been able to teach Abigail about her powers. His own power would have been limited to very small things and that’s the last thing they needed now. Everyone there depended on Castiel now, it was his job to make sure they were all fully prepared to step into the battlefield, otherwise whatever happened to the would be on his hands. As they stepped out of the training ground Castiel could see that most of the groups were finished, it not finishing up their training. He walked up to the main hall where everyone had began to gather and looked around. They all seemed exhausted, as was he.

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Cordelia made a mental note to actually ask her boyfriend if he was okay. After training when she wasn't teaching him how to use a lethal weapon. Whatever was going on with him, he had managed to push through and continue training. The angel didn't really coach or push him hard. All he really needed to do was practice. She set up all kinds of targets that she could with the equipment Cas had. Throughout the training Cordelia practiced with a few different weapons. She needed to get reacquainted with them for the fact she hasn't used many of them in a long time. Cordelia kept increasing the amount of moving targets to stagnant ones. Eventually by the end of their training all of the targets were moving. Aidan was much smoother and relaxed with the weapon and the angel was proud. Mostly of herself and her ability to teach despite all the times she had refused to teach.They put their weapons away when Cordelia decided that Aidan had done enough. Taking her boyfriend's hand she walked with him back to the main hall. It's where everyone else was meeting up. Glancing at Aidan, she still had some concern for him. Even though he looked fine she still just wanted to make sure. "Are you sure you are okay?"

Roman kept at the targets, trying to relax with each shot. Leon was still coaching him and adjusting the amount of targets he was required to shoot at. At one point Roman got rather confused and missed two targets completely. After that, the boxer was completely focused on the task at hand. Master the weapon. Shoot the targets. He didn't even see Leon as his boyfriend at the moment. He was strictly his instructor. At least until he hit more of the targets in the center. As Roman started to get more comfortable with the crossbow, Leon had joined him in the target practice. He was trying not to let the pro discourage him. But his perfect shots were making Roman feel like he should work even harder. And he did. Roman was relentless. Even when training was over, he had half a mind to ask if he could stay a bit longer to keep practicing. That was just the boxer in him. He knew he needed rest. Roman was tired and would like a shower. Putting the weapon down he walked with his boyfriend to the main hall where everyone was gathered. Looking around he could see that progress had been made within everyone.

Abigail couldn't believe what shew as able to do. It was something that she was still having to wrap her head around. She was able to make people healthy by waving a hand over them. It was almost too good to be true and yet she was able to do it. Cas also seemed happy for her. It was hard for Abby to tell through her own ecstasy. No one's happy could compare to her own. When she was calmed down, Castiel managed to continue on with her healing lesson. Making sure that she was able to channel it and keep it from consuming her energy. It was fun and tiring. Abby didn't complain. She could imagine how tired he must have been after risking his life for a bottle and then having to train her and lead a mini army. Abigail just kept working until her boyfriend called a quits. Looking out she could see Aidan and Roman looked tired. Leon and Cordelia must have worked them hard. She will ask about their training later. Abby followed Cas to the main hall where everyone was gathered. She stood close to him as he looked out on everyone. Everyone was looking back at him (and her) waiting for some kind of instruction. Abby blushed a tad. Too many people looking their way. It was strange.

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"I don't want to kill anyone" Cordelia frowned a bit. She felt awful for teaching him how to kill someone when he doesn't even want to fight. If there was a way to keep him from fighting she would do it. But they needed everyone on the battlefield if they even stood a chance. The angel didn't even know what to say to Aidan to make it better. There was nothing to say. He would just have to find a way to cope. Cordelia of course would be there to help him. She wouldn't let Aidan hold guilt like that to himself. "I'm sorry you have to fight." She said. When the battle was over they wouldn't have to fight ever again. Or at least they shouldn't have too. They will be in peace and everything will be fine. They just have to get through this. Castiel dismissed everyone. Fighting tonight wasn't a good idea. Everyone was exhausted. People started to leave and her focus went back to her boyfriend. "Come on. Let's get some sleep." She suggested.

Abigail thought it was a good idea for everyone to get some sleep. Most likely, Cas was taking everyone out to fight. She was so worried. If something were to happen to Aidan or Roman or Cas she might not be able to control herself. For tonight she was going to think positive. Everything was going to work out in their favor and everyone was going to be alright. People started to leave the room as Cas dismissed them all. Abby didn't go anywhere. She stayed by her boyfriend's side waiting for him to head to bed before following him. They were sharing a room after all, it would have been weird to be there by herself even if only for a moment. "Night Aidan. Night Roman" She called out to the two before resting her head against Cas.

Roman was tired. He was glad that Cas told them all to go to bed. He doesn't know what he would do if they were told to go fight. The angel would definitely be seriously injured. He rubbed the back of his neck and turned to leave as Leon did. Abby called to him and he looked at her with a smile. "Night Abby." Taking hold of Leon's hand he walked with him back to their room. Roman was too tired to shower like he wanted too. A yawn escaped him during their walk, but most of the way Roman was quiet.

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Cordelia yawned as her and Aidan walked back to their room. She had wished her best friend and boss good night before running off. Shutting the bedroom door behind her, Aidan plopped down on the bed claiming that he was too tired to shower. Giggling, she her fingers through her hair and took a seat on the bed beside. "Would you have the energy if I told you we can share a shower?" She suggested. The angel would like to shower and she would be showering with or without her boyfriend. She would just prefer it if Aidan joined her. It makes her showers interesting.

Roman couldn't even comment onf Leon's shade of red, for he was too tired. Too tired to think or register anything around him. Tomorrow he might understand that just grabbing Leon's hand like that without warning might have been the cause of his red face. But right now it was almost out of place. Roman yawned and walked into their bedroom. He heard the door close and he landed on the bed with a thud. The boxer shifted around getting more comfortable and left his arms open expecting his boyfriend to join him. But instead Leon looked like he was getting ready for a shower. Roman pushed himself up into a seated position. "You have energy to shower?" He asked with some amusement, but mostly exhaustion.

Abigail waited patiently as Cas made sure everyone was off to bed and safe. He locked down the house then did a double check. Finally he started heading towards the stairs and she followed behind him slowly. She was rather tired and walking up the stairs were not helping her. The couple made it to their bedroom and Abby immediately laid down on the bed, burying her head into the cool soft pillows. She could have fallen asleep right then and there, but she wanted Castiel in bed with her before she fell asleep.

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Aidan was almost determined not to shower, but then Cordelia offered to join him. His body hurt and his mind wasn’t in the best shape. What usually help him the most in this situation was a hot shower. There was a short minute of silence before he pushed himself up and smiled. ”How do you always manage to convince me?” he chuckled. He placed a quick kiss on her cheek and get to his feet, stretching with a yawn then held a hand out for her. If they could get the shower over with as soon as possible that would be better. Aidan was ready to bury himself in all the blankets and pillows and pass out for the rest of the night. He had a feeling they wouldn’t be getting the chance to sleep in the next morning so they needed to get a head start on their sleep.

Roman walked in and moved directly to the bed. Leon shook his head in amusement. He never knew training would wear him out that much. Sure Leon was tired, but he wasn’t so tired that he couldn’t keep himself up long enough to shower. Of course he was used to long hours of training along with even longer hours of battle. Today’s training session had been a walk in the park for him as well as for Cordelia, most likely. "You have energy to shower?". Leon lifted a brow as he glanced over at his exhausted boyfriend and smiled a bit in amusement. ”Don’t tell me that’s all it takes to wear you out” he teased as he swung the towel over his shoulder. ”And here I was hoping you’d join me”. He half muttered the second part, not wanting to make it too obvious that he wasn’t kidding. He did want Roman to join him but by the looks of it he wouldn’t be getting up anytime soon. Leon headed for the door, letting him know that he’d be right back before heading out.

Eventually Castiel made it to the bed too. He was exhausted, more than he had ever been before, so he didn’t say or do much. He slipped into bed beside Abigail and gently wrapped his arms around her. Thankfully they hadn’t done any kind of exercise so they were both still clean. Castiel made himself comfortable, resting his chin gently on top of Abby’s head, and closed his eyes, waiting for sleep to take over. They had a long and stressful day in front of them and if something went wrong it would be on his shoulders. The thought alone would have been enough to keep him up all night, were it not for his exhausted. Within seconds he had already fallen asleep without getting a chance to even say goodnight.

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Cordelia actually thought that she was going to have to shower alone. Well she doesn't mind, but Aidan was sitting right before her. There was no need to be alone in there. Then he agreed and kissed her cheek. A giggled escaped. "I mastered the art of persuasion before I met you." She joked, standing up. The angel grabbed a towel and took hold of her boy friend's hand, pulling him towards the bathroom before he changed his mind. If he was tired enough he would just sit back down. She wanted to make sure that he was up and up the whole time. They got into the bathroom and she turned on the shower right before stripping down.

Roman chuckled a bit at Leon's joke. For once the boxer did not have a response for that so he will just have to get his boyfriend back for that nonsense. Then he managed to catch Leon mention showering together before turning to leave. Roman never passes up a chance to see his small angel naked. It was a marvelous sight. And if having to get up and shower with him was the only way he could do this right now then he was showering. Pushing himself off the bed, he grabbed a towel and caught up to Leon. "You convinced me." He said, showing the towel.

Abigail was happy to have Castiel in her arms. Being cuddled into him, just felt right and it was making it easier to sleep. Withint moments, her boyfriend had fallen asleep. He must have been exhausted. Training someone and leading a group right after running into the enemy. It must had taken a toll on him. The goddess pressed a soft kiss to his neck and snuggled him. "Night Cas." Abby said right before falling asleep herself.

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Aidan followed his girlfriend into the bathroom and stripped down while she turned on the water. The hot shower was nice and relaxing and having her there kept him from falling asleep standing up. His body was exhausted and needed a break. They didn’t stay in the shower for long because they both wanted to get to sleep, but something told Aidan he was much more exhausted than she was. Eventually they walked back to the room, Aidan in nothing but his boxers, and he quickly crawled under the covers. It felt amazing and the bed seemed much more comfortable tonight. He buried his face in a pillow, leaving enough space for Cordelia to cuddle up next to him and barely managed to mutter goodnight before completely falling asleep.

Leon was fully prepared to shower alone. He didn’t really mind, it would make the shower go by faster. He just never thought Roman would get that tired from just training. Almost to the bathroom, he heard footsteps behind him. "You convinced me." he heard Roman’s voice say and he almost couldn’t help but smirk. ”good. I was going to make you sleep on the floor if you didn’t shower” the blonde stated with a serious face. He hadn’t actually planned on doing that, but he was really glad Roman changed his mind. They went in and Leon quickly began to strip, ready to get the shower over with so he could rest his feet. He didn’t say much during the shower, just enjoyed the hot water and secretly enjoyed the company. As soon as both of them had finished, dried up and dressed, they headed back to bed. Leon decided pants was more than enough to sleep so he tossed his shirt aside and climbed into bed, knowing the boxer would join him very soon. Slowly exhaustion started to take over and he knew he’d be falling asleep soon. That was good. They would need all the rest they could get to be able to make it through what was to come.

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Cordelia was trying to stay asleep. Not looking forward to going out to fight a civil war so early in the morning. but her body nad mind were screaming at her to wake up. She tossed and turned a bit in Aidan's arms before giving up on the idea of more sleep. Slowly she sat up not even remember falling asleep. The angel remembers her shower and then she remembers cuddling Aidan in the bed. After that it was just a gap in the time space continuum. Though it didn't matter now, it was time to wake up. It was time to fight. But until Cas said something she still had a bit of free time. Cordelia glanced at her boyfriend with a small smile before rolling out of bed. She had just gone to be in her undergarments, but if she was going to walk around she needed real clothes. Pulling on a shirt and pants, she walked out of her bedroom. Her first thought was coffee. Heading to the kitchen, she searched the area for a coffee pot and some coffee beans. Within moments of finding everything she had a pot brewing. She rested against the counter and waited for the others in the house.

Roman was dead tired. He had no idea messing with Leon and training would take so much out of him. He was barely made it through the shower. The moment he and his boyfriend laid down on the bed they were both asleep. Now it was moving by the boxer was not moving. Not for anything. Well unless Leon convinced him. The older angel wanted 12 hours of sleep and he knows that he only got about 8. The smell of coffee filled his nose and he knows that he is losing the battle to keep him asleep. Roman pulled Leon closer thinking that having him chest to chest would help him fall back asleep. But all it did was just wake him up some more. So Roman officially woke up, but he didn't move from the bed.

Abigail was wide awake. She wasn't as tired as everyone else so their was no reason for her to stay asleep for so long. Looking down she smiled at her boyfriend. He worked so hard. He deserved sleep. For a moment the idea of the war outside the door almost compelled her to wake him up. The quicker they all started the faster it would be over. But she changed her mind deciding that whenever Castiel wakes up he will decide when to get started. Abigail looked down at her hands, worrying over what was going to happen. Though she knows that everyone can defend herself, she was still nervous. The smell of coffee filled her nose and she glanced at the door. She thought it was Aidan and got up. There was nothing she needed to change into her because her outfit to bed was rather modest. Tying her hair up into a bun, she left the bedroom and followed the scent to the kitchen.

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That night Aidan had slept like a rock, not walking up even once. When morning came he was still fast asleep, so much so that he didn’t even feel when Cordelia got up and left. It was only a few minutes later that a familiar scent woke him up. It only took him two seconds to register what it was before his eyes shot up. He glanced beside him at the empty bed and guessed Cordelia had something to do with the delicious smell taking over the mansion. It must have been some strong beans if he could smell it all the way there from the kitchen. Or perhaps he just had an overdeveloped sense of smell when it came to coffee. Whatever it was, he knew coffee was being made and he wanted some. Getting out of bed he pulled on the clothes from before and quickly headed to the kitchen.

Leon had slept better than he had the night before. He wasn’t sure why. The situation was still similar and they were under a great deal of stress, but he slept all night. Morning came and his mind was trying to get him to wake up but Leon fought against it. The warmth Roman’s body was giving out was more than enough to make him want to go back to sleep. He would have succeeded, it it wasn’t for the fact that he was suddenly move. Not much but just enough to wake him up. He rested his forehead against the boxer’s chest and let out a sigh. ”I was about to fall asleep again” he muttered, not bothering to look up.

Despite having slept all night, Castiel could still feel his body was sore and tired. Weather it was from the healing or the gun shots he couldn’t tell, but he didn’t want to get out of bed. Eventually he realized Abigail was already up and gone. He smelled a faint scent of coffee and immediately guessed she was in the kitchen either making it or drinking. Half of him wanted to get up and go too, while the other screamed at him to stay in bed. The screaming won and he made himself a bit more comfortable before closing his eyes and attempting to go back to sleep. The war could wait a little longer.

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Character Portrait: Cordelia Character Portrait: Abigail Lancing Character Portrait: Aidan Lancing Character Portrait: Leon Dallan Gail Character Portrait: Roman Everest
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Cordelia watched the coffee finish brewing. She grabbed a cup from the cabinet and poured herself a decent amount of coffee for a morning like this. Opening the refrigerator she pulled out creamer. "Good Morning." The angel turned around to face a smiling goddess. Cordelia shut the refrigerator door and placed the creamy goodness on the counter top. "Hiya there Abby. Coffee?" Cordelia offered, reaching up to grab another cup for her. "Yes please." That was basically the only reason why she got out of bed this morning. Well that and to see her brother. She didn't really get to talk to him yesterday. Speaking of brother's he appeared in the kitchen, possibly due to the smell of coffee. That was usually what got all the Lancings out of bed. "I'm guessing you want coffee as well." The angel teased pouring Abby's cup. Abigail looked at her brother with a smile. "Morning Dan." She greeted, before grabbing her cup. She poured some creamer into it before sipping it slowly. She moved to sit at the table. Cordelia finished pouring Aidan's cup and got to work on her own coffee, needing to add creamer to it.

Roman was about to drift back to sleep until Leon spoke up. The boxer groaned. "Ssh..there is still time for that." He encouraged, keeping his eyes closed and his hold on Leon tight. They were not getting out of bed. Not even for the coffee. He figured that the Lancings were fully awake. They would drop everything for one cup of coffee. It was an addiction though they never called it that. Roman was trying to go back to sleep, but Leon ruined it. Sighing, he opened his eyes and looked down at his boyfriend. "You woke me up." He complained, placing a kiss on the top of Leon's head.