Lia

A wildclaw dragon from Flight Rising with a rainbow mohawk, against a rainbow background



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  1. Public Bookmark 10

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    At some point he regenerated wrong.

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  3. Public Bookmark 48

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    The relationship between humanity and their daemons has always been a curioustiy of Crowley's, ever since he was present at both the first Settling and the creation of the first Witch. Six thousand years of having to fake one - with Aziraphale's help at times - has given him a constant awareness of them that he can't quite shake. Even if he cannot quite grasp what it would be to truly have one, to never be alone.

    Not that he would want a daemon (he does, he does, oh how he does) but with the end times coming, well. Things are changing rapidly and who can see what the fall out is going to be?

    (Or Good Omens, but with daemons. And pining, because it's not Good Omens without pining)

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  4. Rec 18

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    It is a beautiful day on Polus and there is a goose among us.

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    For six thousand years, Aziraphale did his best to exist within the strictures of Heavenly conduct. It wasn’t a perfect practice; his relationship with Crowley, just for example, was never exactly what one might call “officially sanctioned,” or even, “particularly wise,” but the important thing was that Aziraphale tried. He wasn’t a very good angel, but he did his best, more or less. Wasn’t that all anyone could really ask of him?

    It doesn’t really feel fair, is the point, that in reward for saving the world, Aziraphale seems to be having something of an existential crisis.

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