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    "Are you…" Crowley holds the word on his tongue a moment. "…jealous of Satan?"

    "Now that would be just ridiculous," Aziraphale says.

    But he doesn't say no.

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    17 Oct 2019

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    Satan apparently has a crush on Crowley. Crowley never notices, but Aziraphale does, and he is JEALOUS af. Crowley *does* notice that for some unknown reason, Aziraphale has been spending a lot more time with him in the years leading up to Armageddon. Hilarity ensues--but like, in a cute way.

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    During Crowley’s trial, the agents of Hell present evidence that the demon has been fraternizing with the enemy. Careful to protect Crowley’s pride (and his own concealed feelings), Aziraphale turns on the saunter and leans into his friend’s reputation as a tempter to spin their relationship into something that looks more demonic than lunch dates and feeding the ducks.

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    14 Oct 2019

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    Aziraphale makes all of Hell think that Crowley's been doing his job, and showing some seriously and inspired initiative in his long game plan of seducing and tempting and angel into lust. So now Hell believes that even if Aziraphale didn't Fall (guess that's not a result of succumbing to lust, oh well, still worth the shot!), that he still obviously fucked the angel, which has NEVER been done before. Aziraphale's too embarrassed to tell Crowley that part of his account of the trial. Then Crowley's replacement asks him for advice, Crowley misunderstands his questions (and so gives answers that make the demon bafflingly exuberant), and then next thing he knows he gets a commendation for tempting an angel. He panics, checks on Aziraphale, the angel comes clean, they drink and laugh, and then there are confessions of sorts, they get on the same page, and they get together for real.

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    After they get together Aziraphale has some lingering Ideas about his brief stint in the Bastille; Crowley is happy to help him explore them. Hijinks, as they say, ensue.

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    09 Oct 2019

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    Pretty much just roleplay of the Bastille scene, with Aziraphale wanting to be ravished by his demonic savior with very mild protest on his part. The demon rescues him from dicorporation, but at a price--they agree, and Aziraphale is tempted by the act.

    But they're in an established relationship now, and have discussed the hell out of this Scene (flashback interspersed throughout). And overwhelmed by love and passion for each other, they keep breaking character again and again. It's all much more emotional and loving than they'd intended for that Scene to be, but neither of them are complaining.

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    “Who would win: Aziraphale or Crowley.”

    “Oh!” Aziraphale startles. “Well—such a question. It’s not as though either of us has engaged in so much as fisticuffs in ages, and one does need to keep up practice with these sorts of things.” His fretting dies abruptly when Crowley cuts over him clearly, baldly: “Aziraphale.”

    Aziraphale’s mouth clicks shut, and he goes so still that the group is forcibly reminded that ethereal beings don’t technically need to breathe, have a heartbeat, or even metabolize energy to exist. Beside him, Crowley’s stiffened up and his lips pull back from his teeth in a toe-curling wince.

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    09 Oct 2019

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    Aziraphale has always *chosen* to be soft because he hates how scary and powerful his true form is, created as he was to be a warrior. He hates it so much he's always rather let himself be discorporated than use his power. Crowley's always known this, which is why in their dynamic he began showing up and rescuing Aziraphale all the time--he's willing to do all the "icky bits" Aziraphale abhors in the angel's stead. Win-win.

    With one exception--like today, when Crowley's been ambushed by Hastur and several other demons, who intend to kill their human friends and torture the angel before dragging them both to Hell for an eternity of torment. Unfortunately for them, as much as Aziraphale HATES using his power, he has always given in to it when *Crowley* was in trouble he couldn't get out of. And these assholes have just hurt Crowley and intend to do worse. Adam, the Them, Anathema, and Newt get a front row seat to how terrifying angelic power can be.

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    Demons aren't allowed to love. When they do, they are punished. Fortunately, no demon is dumb enough to- wait, what's that one doing?
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    Crowley has Hanahaki disease, but instead of flowers, he throws up holy water. And keeps it secret for 6,000 years.

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    05 Oct 2019

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    Finally culminates at the RItz when Aziraphale toasts "To the *world*" with that wonderful look on his face and Crowley feels an immense swell of love and can't hold back his illness any longer. There's a dreadful scene at the restaurant, then a panicked and horrified Aziraphale miracles them both to the bedroom above his bookshop, where Crowley confesses, and then dies. Except, shockingly, he wakes up again. Wrapped up in the sobbing and broken angel's arms as he pleads and begs, still wailing after apparently two hours have passed.

    Lovely angst and drama.