Ever since the seraph were discovered, there's been one rule society has had to adapt to: stay out of open water. Powerful, determined and aggressive, the octopus-human creatures are in a league of their own and have no qualms with taking what they want and attacking what they don't. Now, children learn to swim in man-made lakes and beaches are deserted save for researches and the fool-hearted.
Dean Winchester is neither of those things. But a hunt has brought him and Sam, his brother, to one of the many abandoned beaches, where Dean is left with no choice but to take refuge in the water. He should be safe, he thinks, he doesn't go too deep - just deep enough to hide himself and to deter his pursuer.
He forgot just how fast the damn things could be, and how determined they were once they had their eyes on something.
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16 Oct 2019
Cas moves closer, the end of a tentacle wrapping around Dean’s ankle as his hands tilt Dean’s chin up. “There are things I’m not supposed to tell you.”
“I know,” Dean says.
“The biology of our genders is different, as is our social behavior surrounding it.”
“I know, Cas.”
Cas tugs at Dean’s ankle and kisses him like it was hurting him not to. “I’m an alpha,” Cas says.
- Part 1 of suckerfish
While swimming, Dean comes across a tiny creature with the torso of a human, but the bottom half of an octopus.
The Yellow-Eyed demon is dead. Vengeance extracted, Sam and Dean decide to try and get out of the hunting business and settle down. So Sam goes back to Stanford, Dean buys a beach house along the Californian coast, and things are simple for a while. Until it isn’t.
The one where the supernatural insists on finding Dean and where Dean doesn’t mind all that much. Not when the supernatural has tentacles, bluer than blue eyes, and is called Castiel.
A grand spectacle has swept through the land, capturing the hearts and imaginations of all who witness it; The Winchester Circus, a family show that boasts not only talent, but true magic. Their roster spans dozens of species, but perhaps their most noteworthy act is that of a fabled sea monster, a wicked kraken-like beast that does battle with the brave Dean Winchester every show.
What the audience doesn't need to know is that the beasts name is Castiel, and that he's anything but wicked.
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11 Oct 2019