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    There was a faint tracing of scales along the woman's cheekbones, tracing down her thin arms and lean thighs. The nipples on her pale, almost flat breasts were dark as night. Fiery red curls fell over dagger-sharp shoulders sprayed gently with more black scales, and the golden eyes were wide and snake-like. The woman was beautiful, but hardly human.

    "Crawly," the woman said with disgust. "Was that the best you could do, angel?"

    "I said I didn't have much imagination." Aziraphale's lips were heavy, and she was almost sure she wasn't forming the words properly. There was some kind of spell over her, holding her almost immobile. The venom must have been paralytic. If she had been human, she supposed she would have been dead. Her corporation didn't like it much either. "What name would you prefer I use for you?"

    The stranger tipped her head on one side, considering. "Crowley?"

    Aziraphale almost laughed. The whole situation was simply too irritating. If she was to die now, at the hands of some local deity, the paperwork hardly bore thinking about. And her precious work on Sappho's poetry, gone.

    "Crowley, then. You're a nymph of some kind, I take it?"

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    22 Sep 2020

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    Otherworldly entities are magnificently powerful, and Physics is more often than not an afterthought for them. As such, if an entity or two have only recently acquired free will, and have only just really admitted to a 6000 year old crush, and have never actually experienced the perfect peace or all’s-right-with-the world-ness that comes with making a home with someone you care for deeply and truly, then it’s not impossible that there may be an intersection of these two truths. It’s also not impossible that they don’t immediately notice.
    All in all, it took them a month and a bottle of wine.


    aziraphale and crowley are beings we cannot fully understand, why do they not live in an mc escher painting.

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    17 Sep 2020

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    Aziraphale Falls for giving away his sword. Crowley, hidden away in the stars during the War, avoids the issue entirely.

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    16 Sep 2020

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    And hungrily, hungrily, he dreams, a soft warm hand grasping skinny fingers. Yellow eyes and dark heart forgotten. What was once wretched. What was once wicked. Forgiven. Skin that has forgotten the shape of scales. I recognize you. I see you. We are the same.

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    After Beelzebub slams the door to Hell in his face, Crowley walks to Aziraphale's bookshop, but he can tell that something is off. He falls to his knees in pain - and then he realizes. She is making him Rise. It's painful. It's what he would never admit that he wanted. (Maybe now he can be loved.)

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    05 Sep 2020

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    Crowley, a lone siren, calls a ship to wreck upon his reef, but finds when he meets pirate captain Aziraphale that sirens are not the only ones able to lure another creature to their heart's desire.

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    10 Aug 2020