The stories chronicle a post-season 11 AU.
When Amara raises Mary Winchester to show her gratitude to Dean, Chuck takes a moment to give a gift to Sam. He intervenes after the gun goes off and offers the younger Winchester a chance for healing beyond the physical. Healing for a soul shredded and burned.
Using a piece of His own grace, God reforms Sam Winchester’s soul and body in order for Sam to properly process the traumas of the cage and beyond.
Now, Sam, Dean, Mary, Castiel, and others must figure out their new roles and relationships. But the story of healing is beyond the ragtag family of misfits on Earth. What would happen if angels remembered what it meant to be angels? Heaven isn’t just a system that cares for souls. Heaven is a family. And both have been broken for a long time.
Bookmarked by JosieSweeney
25 May 2017
The first time it happened, nobody was really expecting it.
The second time it happened, it wasn't exactly in a moment of anger.
The third time it happened, it was an intervention.
In which the archangels let their wings out on three distinct occasions, and everyone reacts differently.
- Part 2 of Adventures in the Velociraptor 'Verse
Michael and Lucifer approach every competitive event with the same drive and intensity that they did during the Apocalypse.
- Part 3 of Adventures in the Velociraptor 'Verse
"You know when in heaven, mated angels would groom each others wings as a way of bonding?"
Sam swallowed. "No."
Sam is the only person Gabriel wants to come to for cuddles.