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One of the outcomes of Castiel's encounter with the Shadow in Heaven, after it has stormed the pearly gates and laid waste to angels there, is that Cas rescues . After what was supposed to be a normal hunt, Sam and Dean Winchester are killed. Crowley and Castiel bring them back to life, but with a problem. Mary, Cas . The waitress returns and continues flirting with Cas while Wally As Dean, Mary, and Sam gather round Castiel, Crowley arrives and tells them.
Upstairs, she lies to Castiel about having been in the bathroom. Her contact blames it on bad intel and tells her to leave the area immediately. Sam and Dean enter the barn. As Dean tends to Castiel, Mary tells Sam the demon had yellow eyes. Six Years Ago Mr. Crowley Crowley introduces himself to an unimpressed Ramiel. He first gifts Ramiel the Lance of Michael from all demon kind, before giving him a personal gift which pleases and surprises Ramiel.
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Crowley offers the throne to Ramiel. Ramiel refuses the Kingdom of Hell and gives it to Crowley. His only condition is that he and his kin are left in peace. He will not recover from his injuries, nor do the boys have time to defeat Ramiel. Dean tells Crowley to help or leave, and he immediately disappears. Ramiel approaches the barn as Sam lays a holy oil trap for him. They load up their strongest weapons as Castiel lays dying. Crowley explains that the Winchesters are powerful assets and allies for Hell, and he offers to make a new deal with Ramiel.
Ramiel strolls in after him. A Real Barnburner 9: He will face Ramiel alone so they can save themselves. Not surprisingly, the Winchesters refuse and gear up to fight Ramiel.
Sam pours a holy oil ring, and they load up their weapons. Crowley comes flying through the wall with Ramiel behind him.
Sam traps Ramiel in the circle of fire and the Winchesters try to get Ramiel to heal Castiel. Unable or unwilling to do so, Ramiel expresses his complete lack of concern for the battles between Heaven and Hell, including his knowledge that Lucifer has fathered a child. Ramiel accuses them of stealing something from him.
Mary refuses to admit to her actions, and Ramiel produces the Lance of Michael and snuffs out the holy fire in an impressive blast of energy, and the fight begins. He dies in a huge burst of black smoke. Castiel begins screaming and writhing in pain, a thick, black bile pouring from his mouth.
The Winchesters gather round him. About that time, Crowley regains consciousness, sees Castiel on the verge of death, grabs the Lance of Michael and snaps it in two.
Castiel is enveloped in a white light and healed instantly. Crowley drops the pieces and vanishes. All healed, Castiel asks what Ramiel meant about them stealing something. As Mary is about to say what she had stolen, Dean waves it off. If it weren't for the droning commentary of a historical documentary on the old fashioned television, Castiel would have probably left the room through mental and physical discomfort long ago.
Even sharing the same room as a demon — and not just any old demon, may I just point out, the King of Hell — made the angel feel unclean. It was evident that the demon was revelling in the amount of death being recalled on the program, and Cas responded by simply glaring back at him uneasily, his gaze flicking from Crowley, to the ceiling, to his hands scrunched in a ball in his lap as the irony of such a documentary appearing on TV while he was in a room with the demon who had probably even had something to do with the 'Great Plague' washed over him like petrol.
Well, the angel certainly felt like setting himself on fire, he was so irritated with Crowley already.
Before long, the King of Hell couldn't resist commenting on the program. The good old days. It was one of Crowley's personal favourites, after all. To reply, the angel refused to speak, instead simply raising his hand and clicking his fingers, causing the TV to fizzle with electricity as the screen went static and a small plume of smoke rose from the back of the technological device.
Sighing, the demon casually chucked the TV remote onto the bed before turning back to Castiel. After hesitating in his reluctance to even communicate with the King of Hell, Cas eventually answered, no matter how monosyllabically.
Who wants to be a stupid, stinking, emotional pile of meat? Silence descended like an unnecessary blanket once again, while Cas' blue eyes flickered over the demon's face and body, looking pensive and a little guilty. It was almost as if the angel felt… sorry for Crowley.oh cas, such a flirt [9x21] (For Anja)
But that couldn't be possible. He was an angel, after all; how could he ever feel sympathetic well, empathetic towards a demon?
Oblivious to Castiel's thoughts, Crowley huffed once more, raising his eyebrows at the angel. It was funny how much he could relate to the feathered poofter. It now became overwhelmingly noticeable how depressed the atmosphere had become in the motel room as the two supernatural beings desperately awaited Dean's return.
To lighten the mood a little, and make the angel feel all the more perturbed, Crowley decided to flirt a little. It's nice to know I'm not the only one with good taste in looks when going vessel-shopping. I was complimenting your vessel, not you.
Though I do admire an attractive fallen angel, I must say.
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Everyone except Cas, it seemed. Rather than accepting Crowley's advances, the angel merely narrowed his eyes even more in confusion and suspicion. Since he was starting to get frustrated with Castiel's lack of communication, the King of Hell turned on no pun intended his charm all the more, edging closer to Cas as he shuffled his butt along the bed.
I mean, I doubt he often lets you know how hot you are, not like I do…" Though he knew Crowley was just screwing with him yet again, no pun intendedCastiel could have sworn the demon was fluttering his eyelashes at him.