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Posted: Mar 25 2012, 10:52 PM


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A bar somewhere in Ojai, California..

It had been a long trip for Gaiana. She'd been driving from Los Angeles to Sacramento to Ojai. She'd flown in from New York to Los Angeles first though, rented a car, then driven around. Why? Her sisters had suggested it. This was all for work. They had asked her to check on potential suppliers, sending an assistant along to either keep her on topic or spy, Probably both, she'd decided. It was female. Her sisters knew better than to send a male along unless he was gay.

They'd made the first part of the trip alright and now had just made it to Ojai. Rather than just go to sleep, Gaiana had decided to head over to the bar. The car ride had been nothing but driving and semi-silence as the assistant seemed to be boring as all get out. She had no sense of good music, kept her comments terse, and generally wasn't as nice as she though she should be.

She sat at the bar and ordered a strawberry daiquiri, thinking of ordering Sex on the Beach next. She loved both drinks. And the latter one always smelled and tasted just like a beach. She laid some money down onto the bar then in payment and smiled as he gave her the drink. She felt justified for this outting tonight. Oh, that assistant could tattle all she wanted. She had offered a peace offering, but she'd refused as if she were the whore of Babylon. Gaiana snorted at that thought, she was much prettier than any creature like that, thank you very much.

She was sure that Galene had picked this Amy just for her annoyingly similar mind when it came to things that Gaiana enjoyed. Well, she could report all she liked. They were in separate rooms anyway. That was something she had insisted on and that they both agreed. She looked down the bar, checking out the local scene as she sipped, making sure to at least smile. No one liked a Debbie Downer. She eyed the person beside her and raised an eyebrow and glancing sideways, said, "Hi.."


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In the darkness I will be your guiding light

Fingers drummed impatiently against the bar top in agitation, yet absent minded in his gaze which seemed to burn through all in his way to some distant thought. There had been a rather high expectation that Gabrielís capture would not be on the plans for the day, however three siblings had died at the hands of other siblings; all because certain minds had strayed from the holy path. The agitation was more that siblings were dying, Anna, Nathanial, Castiel, Gabriel, everyone one of the rebel angels were beloved children of their Lord and creator. It was hard seeing such beautiful creatures falling so far from the grace they once had.

In the past when Sariel had wished to distract his mind, the Seraph had wandered the world directionless till he happened upon some interesting location. Nowadays that did not seem to take anywhere near as long before one tripped over some gathering or another. Two thousand years had been a long time as far as humans were concerned, they changed drastically and their social events were definitely more interesting. The sinís involved with them however were difficult to turn a blind eye to, there was no purifying humanity unless you planned on eradicating a large mass of the population however, so certain things had to be overlooked as long as they tolerable. At least that is what Sariel had been told, the Seraph was never one for Ďtoleratingí and it was difficult for him to understand what was a Ďpassable siní nowadays. In situations like this, Sariel relied on what he always did in times of uncertainty, he looked back over his life and recalled all the things his Lord and Father had spoken, in this instance thinking over the Ten Commandments.

"Hi..." Dark hazel eyes turned to the inhuman which spoke to him, causing the angelís head to cock to the sick with interest. Looking at the women one could describe her as pleasing to the eye, yet all the Seraph could think was how pale her skin was, pure blonde hair and strangely innocent looking. They did not share the same creator, and for that Sariel couldnít help but classify the female as some Ďoutsiderí. As long as she did not insult his Lord and Father, then Sariel would tolerate the creature. Leaning towards her, Sariel smiled, his voice low as his shoulder pressed close to hers, relatively oblivious to the rules of social contact.

"Little far from the woods, arenít we?" The hint of British accent that coloured the angelís words were derived from the time spent in his heavenly recluse. Like many siblings, Sariel could move from individual heavenís, and when you spent eternity needing to find entertainment or wishing to explore humanity without actually stepping foot on earth, it was the best thing one could do. The Seraph gave a sniff of the air, as if taking in her scent, though in reality it wasnít her smell that tipped him off.






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Posted: Mar 26 2012, 10:11 PM


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There was something..different about this bloke beside her. Being a nymph, she could tell when someone was more than the usual 'soap bubbles' (or rather mortals). Oh, she liked mortals. They could surprise you sometimes. Jason was one of her old favorites. So, yes, she liked mortals. However, it was rare to find someone who was bigger than a mortal these days (unless you had the misfortune to be in a town full of demons). This one, she couldn't tell what he was. All she could tell was that he had a brighter feel to him overlapping the human part of him. That could be anything though (except for a demon as they felt darker).

Gaiana was always intrigued about the motivations of these type of beings. She knew her own motivations for walking the Earth. Sure, she could just melt into the rain forest or a grove, but then she'd be leaving the humans to chop down her trees and further kill the Earth. No, it wouldn't do to hide away from the humans. Best to try and influence them and push them into the right direction.

The nymph turned became very still at his statement as she sipped her daiquiri. She should have realized that he could tell she wasn't your average run-of-the-mill human. She was only still for a moment, her green-eyed gaze coming to rest fully on him as she smiled slowly. "You got me..What gave me away?," she asked in a coy voice, leaning on an elbow, propping her chin in her hand.

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In the darkness I will be your guiding light

At her question, Sariel grinned, his eyes flittering about her, as if seeing an aura, or unusual features that just plainly gave it away, despite none other seeming distracted by whatever Sariel was seeing. Nothing about the Seraph came off threatening, even as his hands seemed to Ďshoo awayí some invisible thing drifting about closely to Gaianaís proximity. "Youíre just all glowy and sparkly." He stated, almost bordering the sing song tone though keeping it relatively low key. "No soul, per say, in those pretty little eyes," he continued, peering closely at each eye as if giving one final check to see he hadnít missed anything.

"And I have absolutely no idea what your name is when I look into your glistening little peepers." Being one of the angels of Death, his main job in that area was to record the names of all the humans born, and then erase the names of those who died, and keep a constantly updated record. It was near on impossible to do, and in history some had recorded Sariel has merely endlessly writing in his book, and then erasing, never stopping. Those days did occur occasionally, but he had mastered ways to cope, and methods in which to still work his other more pressing chores.

Not for the first time since being back on Earth, Sariel found himself oddly distracted by attire the women chose to wear, so snug and pretty as if keen for the attention. Humans were such curious creatures with their fascination with fashions, so many favoring such different things, and Sariel found himself unable to resist touching Gaianaís earrings. Another sign he wasnít quite good with either personal space, or keeping his hands to himself. "You arenít a demon, or anything else so filthy," He added, thoughtfully, "So many things youíre clearly not, leaves so few things you could be, and Iíve been around long enough to win a few guessing games." As Sariel said this, his fingers picked up a peanut from the try that had been placed before him when he sat down, holding it between his eyes and hers as he remained still leaning in close to her. "Have you tried these? They are scarily addictive."






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Posted: Mar 28 2012, 01:08 AM


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It felt as though this..being was sizing her up, looking over every pore of her to try and figure out what it was she could be. She honestly thought she had been made right off the bat. Turned out, he didn't know exactly what she was. Didn't matter though. That made things like this fun..A game even. And Gaiana loved games.

Something about him, his closeness, was refreshing. Humans tended to have this silly thing preference for personal living space. Gaiana wasn't really finicky about personal space. So long as there wasn't an abundance of bodies pressed together in a teeny tiny space, then she was fine. She didn't like tight spaces though, but him being shoulder-to-shoulder to her was fine.

She kept herself still as he inspected her eyes, as if looking for even a small vestige of a soul in there. She found herself holding her breath a bit as he kept his inspection up before letting her breath out slowly and shaking her head, clucking her tongue a bit. "Soul's a pretty thing..but I don't see why I should be considered lesser for not having one," she said, a slightly embittered look in her eye, "I'm content with my lot."

She often wondered what it would have been like to be mortal. She would often wave it aside though as a silly day dream. She was a nymph. She didn't need to be mortal to enjoy the life that she had. She sipped her daiquiri then, her green orbs looking at her drink for a moment before slowly turning her head around as he touched her earrings. She could tell he was fishing for her name with his comments. She wasn't sure if she should give it to him though. Part of her wanted to make him work for it. Work hard for it too.

She grinned then and tucked a stray strand of white-blonde hair behind her ear. Her hair was loosely tucked under in a loose bun at the base of her neck, her hair parted to the side. She liked this easy updo as it was polished, but could also easily be undone. "..No, not a demon at all..Though I honestly thought you'd had me at first," she said with a grin, being evasive about her name, "My name, I'm afraid, would likely give me away..Though if you wanted to share your name, then I may be more inclined to share mine..Might help to peg you as well though." She tilted her head as she regarded him, wondering what it was he was too. His deal with the peanut startled her a bit.

She giggled then, covering her mouth with her fingers as she angled her body a bit more towards him. "Oh, well, yes, of course, I have..But I don't find those nearly as addictive as edamame or cashews," she said as she took one and cracked open the shell before peeling the outer crust and popping it into her mouth. Her face lit up at a memory and she leaned in conspiratorially, "Have you tried them..boiled yet?," she asked, lowering her voice for dramatic effect, "Absolutely orgasmic." She purred the last word, watching him for a reaction.


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In the darkness I will be your guiding light

There was something playful about it, which made it possibly interesting, though a good mood was far from a sure fire promise of entertainment. There was only a matter of time before the End of Days were upon them, and that time was not a generous amount. Too much needed to be done in too short a time, and Sariel had not had cause to be on Earth any sooner then now, and so much had changed, too much to take in slowly. This was his crash course attempt at witnessing the world as it was before the fires cleansed it, and all that was left were memories of the imperfect land. Once peace on Earth was a tangible idea for these simple people, then and only then could they truly understand what glory and wonders they missed out on.

That did not mean that Sariel did not respect the fact some wanted things to remain the same, it was often hard for creatures of habit to change, but jut because the idea of it was unpleasant, it didnít mean so to would be the actual change itself. Sariel was convinced once people had been ushered into the new era, they would be overjoyed, for all loved ones would be drawn together, Heaven on Earth would be eternal and misery a thing of the past. Assuming Michael won, of course, there was still a chance Lucifer won, things were a little unclear on that front, save Sariel knew his brother disliked humans, and doubted Lucifer would welcome them in his new paradise. That was the only thing that concerned Sariel, not enough to betray his father or siblings, but enough to be swayed in wanting Michael to succeed, humans deserved a place in eternal paradise, and Sariel would miss them if they lost.

"Names are a wonderful thing, arenít they? So powerful, so descriptive." Another peanut was placed in his mouth, before thinking over once again what she had previously said. "Then again, true they could be a source or upset as well, I havenít been on Earth forÖ oh, say, since the time of Moses." Another peanut placed between his lips and Sariel then wiped the salt from his fingers by brushing the hand across his other sleeve. Not really familiar with the etiquette of how one shakes hands, Sariel did the best he could from what knowledge was gleamed out of the various heavens he spent time in. This involved taking Gaianaís spare hand, and lightly shaking it, in a meek attempt of a human greeting.

"Sariel." Attempting to offer a sincere tone to prove that he indeed did not wish things to turn sour, Sariel hoped that this would not cause a ruckus with so many human witnesses, or worse yet, casualties. Of course, he was a fighter, and the idea of a fight wasnít off-putting, just the life cost, Sariel always enjoyed a brawl to a degree.






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It was amazing how first time meetings could happen. Gaiana was finding this first time meeting of this higher being to be..interesting to say the least. So far, they'd not come to blows. That was always a good thing. There were some higher beings that could only be hostile during their first meetings. Those tend to be natural enemies.

She wasn't sure how to classify this male. He wasn't sleazy or overly pious. He seemed to be..in the middle. A bit like her. At least, Gaiana rather liked to think she was more in the middle, neutral. Just as her sisters had agreed to be. Sometimes though, she found herself leaning more towards the cause of the humans, but not the greedy types, more the ones that want to improve things. Always though, she would always be on nature's side.

Gaiana nodded at his statements about names. A name told a lot about a person. Maybe not about their character unless they'd chosen the name themselves, but more about where they came from and in many cases of mortals, the minds of their parents or family. Her eyes widened at his statement about when he last walked the Earth, her mouth forming an 'o' of surprise.

Most beings of varying religions would refer to events important to their people or within their lore. The fact that he said Moses and used the term that he was new to Earth pegged him even before he said his name. Sariel. Judeo Christian. It was safe to assume as he wasn't a demon, then he had to be..an angel. Odd, she had never met an angel and all of the sudden, she meets one. Forgetting any trace of human mannerisms, she leaned in close to him and squinted a bit as she tried to get a good look at his back.

She hadn't seen any wings on him when she'd sat down. That would have been something she'd have remembered. "No wings..Always thought you'd have them..but well..must be on another plane of existence," she murmured as she tilted her head this way and that to regard him as she slowly leaned back from her seat on the edge of her stool. She then blushed a bit at her bad manners, "Oh! I'm sorry..I'm Gaiana..," she said, remembering to introduce herself, "Its..nice to meet you, Sariel," She only said that to be polite. She had mixed feelings about meeting an angel.

His name, she was sure, wasn't a well known name in the Bible. She'd read the Bible a few times in an attempt to better understand why they despised her kind so much. As much as she could tell, they tended to handpick verses to justify their causes. Oh true, they say "Thou shall suffer no god before me" and that was likely a driving factor for them to persecute pagans and her kind. Still, she would have done without the blind hatred directed towards her by those that followed the White Christ.

She would have to be wary with this angel, she thought. He was much more powerful than her, even if he wasn't high up in the hierchy (not that she knew what type of angel he was or how high he was, it was just that she figured he would have been named in the Bible if he was very high up). In the meantime, she kept her thoughts to herself, waiting to see what this encounter would turn out to be like.


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In the darkness I will be your guiding light

Although it was clear she appeared to be searching his back, looking over it curiously, causing him to peer over his shoulder and see what she was trying to see. "No wings..Always thought you'd have them..but well..must be on another plane of existence." There was a nod, slight single shouldered shrug, and another peanut was placed his mouth and chewed while watching her.

"Oh! I'm sorry..I'm Gaiana..." The did identify her, and while Paganís had a deep seeded anger towards Christianity, God and his angels, Sariel himself did not share that anger. He understood they felt over shadowed by God, to suggest one did not feel small compared to their Lord and Father would be foolish. Though they had their ways, their beliefs, as did each angel towards their father. Some Paganís took out their rage of disapproval on not just the Lord but also his children of light. "Its..nice to meet you, Sariel." As long as other religious deities did not cross the will of God, then Sariel was happy to play nice. Of course, even if they shared a disapproving opinion, heíd only react if they endangered the course of Godís plans. After all, God had never declared war with the Pagan Gods, Sariel had never been told to cleanse the world of them either, that was enough to make the angel indifferent for the most part.

"Really?" The angel was surprised, he did assume sheíd snap at him, considering she was Pagan, he was an angel, they had a sore spot towards his kind. "Glad to hear." A slight tilt of his head towards her was offered with a smile. "And I have six wings, a bit conspicuous when trying to mingle, as you can imagine." Obviously he didnít have a lot of choice in the matter, many species could not perceive the wings of an angel. "What exactly has you sitting in a place like this, sipping away at that unusual drink." It was hard to remain interested in a non-human when all one was really keen on was actually learning as much as possible before the end of days. Just because she wasnít human though did not mean she couldnít offer some sort of interesting insight of this world, especially her species.

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Gaiana had always felt overshadowed by the major gods. This Christian God was not someone she ultimately feared anymore than the other gods from her sector of life. Oh sure, she took strides not to openly scoff or belittle the Christian God. Not really, anywho. She did feel that he was overly strict upon his followers. However, that was nothing new. Artemis had been incredibly strict about her handmaidens' keeping virginal and she'd lived through that and the subsequent kicking out portion there.

Yep, each god had rules. This Christian God just had a good many rules that she didn't follow. For example, she was all up for gay rights. They were people who needed rights, but a lot of Christians didn't believe that they deserved them because of the Sodom and Gomorrah story of the Bible. In those instances, she disagreed. However, they weren't speaking of her political stance on gay rights at that time or whether or not she enjoyed the company of a female lover every once in a while. Nope, Sariel looked surprise at her polite nice to meet you reply to his name before he smiled.

She smiled when he said he had six wings, glad to remember that they'd had wings at all. "Oh, well, maybe you can show me your wings some time," she said with a wink and a giggle. It was then that he asked her what she was doing there. She sighed then, careful to keep her eyerolling in check. "Oh, was stuck in a car all day with a dreadful stick in the mud for a human companion..My sisters believe in keeping a low profile while we're out on business for our company..Its an herbal tea company called Ambrosia Herbal Teas. Anywho, we were looking to get some local suppliers for some new teas..but its all dreadfully boring, I'm afraid...," she said, finishing with a shake of her head as she touched his arm in an intimate gesture of like.

"I'd rather not bore you..especially when I'm curious as to why you're here..in a bar of all places," she said as she leaned in a teasing smile on her face as she asked, "Trying to figure out the appeal of a public watering hole?" She was flirty and coy on purpose. Call her the black sheep who liked to push the envelope, but there was some part in the back of her mind that wanted to know how it would feel to have fun with an angel. Not just laughing, giggly fun, but grown up sexy fun.


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In the darkness I will be your guiding light

"Oh, well, maybe you can show me your wings some time." There were a few people often wanting to see the wings of those who claimed to be angels, though not all beings could, especially humans, resulting in merely shadows of them appearing. Gaiana seemed blessed with a cheerful enough disposition, Sariel was still trying to decide if he was in the mood for it or not. Especially as the nymph carried on talking about her siblings and their working together, it made him feel strange, envious, it wasnít the most pleasant of feelings.

Perhaps the lesser Pagan deity noticed Sarielís displeasure, he couldnít be sure, the rather expressionless features tended to leave people rather clueless as to what he was thinking. Her hand touched his, though if it was a gesture of support of some kind it still felt rather hallow since they didnít know each other.

"I'd rather not bore you..especially when I'm curious as to why you're here..in a bar of all places." Bars and arenas were always a place of interest for the Seraph, overly religious people were devout enough that few needed guidance, not unless their faith had warped and needed correcting. Desperate, lonely, empty people often found themselves in these types of gatherings, keenly attempting to fill a hole inside with drinks and fights. Some were good people trying to lose themselves and hide from the misery; some were bad folks attempting to feed their negative desires.

"Trying to figure out the appeal of a public watering hole?" There was a peculiar manner in which she stated her question, causing Sariel to appear a little unsure for a moment, assessing the question a brief moment longer before replying. "I have been assigned a most unfortunate task, one involving a brother whom I love, that I had hoped talking would have settled the issue, unfortunately we seem beyond that. These places, in my experience, I have always found chanced worthwhile distractions." The Seraph turned slightly, pointing a discreet finger towards a patron around his mid twenties, sitting with a woman, close and intimately chatting. "As an example, I am finding it tempting to remove the tongue of that man who lusts after anotherís wife." While the act in itself was relatively small, easily overlookable on the grand scale of things, Sariel was more worried over what might happen if he started and the anger made it hard to stop at just one sinner, or that one sinners tongue.






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It was true. Gaiana was a little ray of sunshine. She was very distractable. Always flitting from one thing to another at the speed of thought. Honestly, it seemed like a roller coaster in her head at times. Yep, at times, it took a special kind of person to be around the nymph at times. Her eldest sister would often comment on how much closer to the humans perceptions of a nymph she was than the rest. To that, she say thank you. Her sister would simply roll her eyes at that, making Gaiana wonder what she'd said.

It seemed that angels were completely oblivious to flirtations and coy behavior. At least, that was something that was slowly becoming a bit obvious to her after his statement about the job. It was an inkling that was growing in her head though only. She was still a bit oblivious to his obliviousness, but she listened as he detailed his task on Earth, tilting her head to the side to indicate she was listening.

She nodded then at the end of his explanation. "Yes..Siblings can be quite unreasonable at times," she remarked, "However, I agree that bars can be quite entertaining distractions. There's all sorts of drinking games that one can do.." She watched him indicate the man and woman sitting pretty close and cocked an eyebrow at his choice of past time.

"Are you trying to keep a low profile or get a hunter's attention?," she asked innocently as she sipped her drink, "Because its been my experience that they come pretty quickly when something like that happens.." She shook her head then. Thinking about cause and effect often made her head spin a bit. She liked to just do more often than not.


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In the darkness I will be your guiding light

"Yes..Siblings can be quite unreasonable at times." The agreement did little to sooth Sarielís mood, if anything the angel just felt a little more disheartened thinking about it. "However, I agree that bars can be quite entertaining distractions. There's all sorts of drinking games that one can do..." Drinking again? Apparently humans were not the only ones keen on that particular pastime. "Are you trying to keep a low profile or get a hunter's attention?" There was a reason he hadnít just punished the guy on the spot, discretion was still on the table. After all, what good was organizing the perfect trap if Sariel was caught before it could be set up? Not that the angel had concerns over the hunters, it was their feathered friends that the Seraph was attempting to avoid.

"Because its been my experience that they come pretty quickly when something like that happens..." With a soft sigh, the angel turned his back to the pair of humans, this was just boring now, no interesting humans to entertain him, no punishing sins, no sibling to spend time with, just waiting, thinking and plotting. However right now Sariel was far from feeling up to wanting to consider methods in which to confine Gabriel, the disappointment things could not have gone better was far too bitter to shrug off just yet.

"My human is resting, till she awakens I have nothing to do but work that currently I am in no mood for, at least hunters would offer a distractionÖ Not that I would want to fight humans." Sariel relented a little hesitantly, after all, he would only fight those deserving of it, and most hunters were generally only trying to save lives, even if they had no faith in God. There was an air of British tones to the angelís voice, a stolen accent from the Heavenís Sariel had spent too much time within. Though, the problem with any sort of distraction, risked attention and hunters risked the Winchesterís getting involved even if the chances were slim. Having spent no time on Earth save for a brief stint during his time with Moses meant Sariel was definitely lacking a social life down here. Outside of Vitani, he knew no one down here; at least once you didnít include the rebel angels or other supernatural beings that heíd ideally be laying low from during this task.

"This place seems far more quiet then the last, no interesting humans stand out at all... did you truly only come here to play games with liquor?" Another peanut was placed between his lips as Sariel idly looked over towards Gaiana, unable to help looking bored in the strangely quiet establishment. A few minor sins were hardly going to throw Sariel off his kilter while instructed to lay low, but the lack of entertainment and no interesting human gaining his attention, meant that it hardly seemed like a fascinating place. Sometimes you win, and meet people like Vitani, other times you struck out, and find yourself staring at weak willed people attempting to steal what was not their right to take.


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She turned her attention to Sariel after having swept the bar with her gaze. "Hrm..Mine is resting too. Nosy little wretch," she said absently before sipping her drink, almost to the bottom now, "Assistants..what can you do? Not as though I want to do tedious paperwork though.." She shook her long blonde locks then. She was glad to hear that he didn't want to attract the attention of hunters. Those types seemed to be more interested in killing non-human entities than seeing if that entity was peace-loving or not. Oh sure, you got the occasional human hunter who looked a bit closer to see if there was a good creature about. However, those were few and far between.

She tilted her head and regarded Sariel at his question and bored look. "No, I suppose I didn't come in here for drinking games..I'd have to go to a college party for that.," she said, trailing off before shaking her head, "Came here for entertainment..Maybe even a night of distraction with someone..anyone really. But don't think that'll be happening."

Honestly, it was boring in that bar that night. She was wondering if maybe they would have something to liven it up. An event? Sometimes those went on. There were sometimes wet tee shirt contests, jello wrestling, karaoke, dancing, mechanical bull. Oh wait! There seemed to be one that was being brought out as she watched. "Well, this shall be interesting, yes?," she asked as she nudged him with her shoulder, grinning.


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"Hrm..Mine is resting too. Nosy little wretch." Clearly they did not hold the same level of fondness towards their human companions, though Sariel didnít react poorly towards her statement, despite his love for humanity. There were people out there that deserved to be punished for their ways, such as the womanizer over there. "Assistants..what can you do? Not as though I want to do tedious paperwork though.. ." Since Sariel wasnít aware of the tasks done in the workforce; the phrase went over his head. Maybe keeping a vessel from so long ago was not the smartest thing, his other siblings had more recent ones, whose memories allowed that better chance at understanding at least even if just vaguely so much more then Sariel. The only thing Amaziah was good at knowledge wise was working stone and mating, which was why Sariel made little effort to access the vesselís memories. However despite that, the two got on well, Amaziah was so out of his own time that the thought of returning to the human community was almost frightening. Lack of identity aside, there was a risk the body had been burned too badly over the centuries having to house such a powerful entity inside. There was little knowing what condition Amaziah would be left in, and to be honest, the prospects werenít in his favor.

"No, I suppose I didn't come in here for drinking games..I'd have to go to a college party for that., ." Distracted from thoughts with a confused blink, Sariel was on the verge of asking what a college part was, however Gaianaís words continued and with them a more puzzled look on the angel. "Came here for entertainment..Maybe even a night of distraction with someone..anyone really. But don't think that'll be happening." A night of distractions, heíd tried that before with Vitani, but the human just slept all night Ö Granted Sarielís consideration of Ďdistractioní was different to Gaianaís, maybe she didnít know that most humans slept all night? "Well, this shall be interesting, yes?" Although not disturbed by the contact, Sariel did stare at the shoulder the nymph had brushed against. Humans were lucky in the sense they could touch and hold each other, though Sariel did relish the warmth and link all his brethren shared amongst themselves. Even if now on Earth that mental link did feel a little invasive, as if being used to keep firm leash on the Seraph who was appearing to distract himself from the task at hand far too readily.

"Was this the distraction you hoped for?" Completely not getting the earlier hint of her desire to find a companion for a night of pleasures, hazel eyes turned to the commotion of busy people setting something up, though still didnít seem impressed, at least the angel had a hint of curiosity in his watchful gaze. It didnít seem to last long however, soon enough Sarielís eyes were back on Gaiana, staring at her attire briefly before studying the large earrings once more. What did they wear such bulky things hanging from their ears? From a soldiers point of view, it seemed clumsy and dangerous, at risk of being caught on any number of things or even just pulled off by an adversary.






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Posted: May 9 2012, 11:21 PM


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It seemed that angels were very good at not saying much while Gaiana was very good at speaking a novel. She liked to think that perhaps she was more than just the type of person who would talk a person's ear off. However, that didn't seem to be the case at times like this when she'd met a new person. Or even if she was seeing an old friend.

Gaiana watched intently as the humans finished setting up the mechanical bull. They should do that. She'd always wanted to do that and had never found the time to try it. She kept putting it off. Funny how immortals could do that for so long and not really realize it. Must be the centuries old brain. Hard to keep up with so many memories. Of course, time was relative, it seemed. So, well, there ya go!

"We should go a round on that, yeah? I mean, if you want..Since you're obviously not going to fall for my womanly charms," she said as she fluttered her eyelashes at him before grinning. She didn't know why she'd added that last bit in. Perhaps she was feeling cheeky. She wasn't sure.

"Ah, bugger it. I'm doing it..you can go next!," she said as she got off the stool, not waiting for his reaction or answer. She dug through her small purse as she walked towards the mechanical bull and fished out the appropriate amount of money to pay for two rides, one for her, and one for him. She didn't figure the angel would have cash on him or know what to really do with it. The man took her money with a grin and asked her if she knew what to do. She returned his grin and told him it was her first time on a mechanical one before giving him a wink. A little flirting went on while he told her how it all worked then she thanked him after he helped her up there.

She got a good grip on the handle up front and a little grip behind and got situated before the man asked if she was ready. She nodded her head then, signalling that she was ready. The man flipped a switch and the mechanical bull started trying to buck her off. She held on though, grinning and whooping with delight as she road the bull as she would a horse. She leaned into the dips and twists and turns and managed to stay on all of 5.5 minutes before a particularly roundbunctious buck dislodged her and sent her flying to the mat. She was laughing when she rolled onto her back though, not hurt at all. The room was spinning though and while a man was trying to help her up, she waved him off, sure that the room would be worse if she sat up right then.

It took her a whole minute to get the world straight before she sat up and put her hands in the air, triumphant. The area erupted in cheers as she cheered and stood up, walking over to Sariel. "Your turn, Sariel," she said with a smirk.

((You could've told me I had forgotten to finish!))


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