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The Walking Dead (Idrys)

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The Walking Dead (Idrys)

Post by Guest on Tue Nov 12, 2013 1:51 pm


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The Trickster was bored out of his mind. There were a few things that really caught his attention and they are sweets and people he could dish his just deserts on. The youngest archangel was in some small, remote town that no one seemed to want to be in. he had noticed all the strange things going on, and knew that the cause was demons or other beings of the supernatural. They didn’t know who he is though, and Gabriel liked to keep it that way. The demons would sense nothing but a supernatural being when they came into contact with him and the other supernatural beings would sense one of their own. It was another fun little trick that the youngest archangel played.

He had been lost since he had been back. Joshua was the one who had told him that God had brought him back to life. Gabriel didn’t know if he was okay with that yet. It actually caused a small depression in the youngest archangel. It was just something he had to get used to and he knew that it would take time to do that.

The Trickster stopped a moment, right outside of a graveyard. He narrowed his eyes when he heard voices coming from inside. Within a blink of an eye, the archangel was now lounging in a tree, arms folded across his chest. The lollypop was still inside his mouth as he gazed down upon the group of six teenagers. The Trickster’s eyes narrowed and he watched as they vandalized graves. A smirk had appeared on his face and he rose up his right hand and snapped his fingers. That meant that the youngest archangel was altering reality to dish his just deserts.

As the one kid walked over to another head stone, Gabriel watched as a hand broke the ground of the grave. There was screaming as it appeared as if the dead were rising. The Trickster had finished his lollypop and dropped the stick to the ground. He snapped his fingers once again and a chocolate bar had appeared in his hand. He unwrapped it, and started eating it.


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Post by Guest on Tue Nov 12, 2013 8:27 pm


It was a well-known fact that Idrys had spent most of her time in Heaven and had rarely walked the Earth. She was fascinated by mortals, she wanted to get to know them, so it was not like she had avoided the Earth because she did not want to be there. The truth was that God and the older angels had not let her leave their beloved Heaven as often as she would have liked to. From all her years of existence, Idrys had learned one thing for sure: people had given birth to stereotypes regarding the supernatural, but they were often untrue. Not all demons were evil forces and not all angels were as pure and innocent as they thought. But she... she was exactly the way they believed her to be. Pure, innocent and kind, with a big heart and ready to lend a helping hand to whoever needed it. This was probably why the other angels were so protective of her.

That day however was a rather special one for her. She had finally been allowed not only to leave Heaven, but also pick whatever place on Earth she could think of. She knew that most of her acquaintances would have picked huge cities or places filled with history; she however, had chosen a different village, a place forgotten by time itself, it looked to her. The town only had small houses, two or three shops and a graveyard. It didn’t even have a hospital, no matter how small – these were all in the nearby city. But she liked it nevertheless.

The cold wind was gently caressing her pale face, flying her long blonde hair and her calf-length white dress. She was not there in order to meet someone, she only wanted to see how life was in that tiny corner of paradise. God however seemed to have some other plans for her, because she soon spotted someone inside the graveyard. It was a young man she had not met before, who seemed to be playing tricks on humans, which made her realize that he was not powerless. Standing in a secure spot, she waited for the teenagers to vanish, and only afterwards passed the old iron gates. „Nice. Mature,” she spoke sarcastically, shaking her head.


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Re: The Walking Dead (Idrys)

Post by Guest on Wed Nov 13, 2013 9:19 am


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The Trickster still sat up in the tree, eating the chocolate bar he had unwrapped moments before. He was happy, well as happy as he could be. He knew that with his recent adventure in dying at the hands of his older brother, he knew that none of the angels would be looking for him and he wouldn’t be on their radar because they all believed him dead. He wondered how many of them mourned. Oh well, the Trickster really didn’t care about that much. He was here now, despite what he really wants.

He would do things differently this time. While dishing his just deserts, he figured he would stay away from the Winchesters for a while. They were the reason why he was dead in the first place, well sort of. The Trickster still meant everything he said though about humanity. He would continue to fight on their side, under everyone’s radar. He would be a ghost, which was something he could live with in the long run.

Though causing trouble wouldn’t leave him under such radar. He knew that the Winchesters would catch up eventually or someone else would and he would have to reveal himself eventually. That was something that he wishes he could put off but with stuff like this, kids destroying and disrespecting the dead, he wasn’t able to. He wanted to teach them  lesson, just as he taught Dean and Sam many, or tried to teach them many.

The youngest archangel then sensed the presence of another angel. Of course it had to be an angel. The Trickster didn’t act like he was worried though. She was a lesser, maybe on the same level as Castiel or something along those lines. She spoke out to him, telling him that his prank was mature, though she was being sarcastic. The Trickster glanced at her and recognized her immediately. He smirked.

thanks, I like to think I am.” He replied to her, the smirk still lingering. “its what I do best… well not this in particular, tricks in general.” he then said, showing a little annoyance that she was there.


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Post by Guest on Fri Nov 15, 2013 8:07 pm

Idrys was that kind of angel that loved humans; she loved people and everything they did for a living, the way they had learned almost by themselves how survive in this crazy world, filled with mystical beings that seemed to be there only in order to confuse them, to distract them from their real goals and then mock them when they manage to do it. And even so, people were far from being innocent and helpless. They were sometimes even worse than some of the natural beings; they had created an insane society and they were all part of that complicated machinery that kept it moving around. They were often silly, caring only about what was on the outside, and not on the inside, but even these imperfections made Idrys crave for them more. She was curious about them, which was why she had always tried to convince her superiors to let her go down on the Earth as well, meet with humans and get to know them.

In all honesty, she would have loved to arrive in that forgotten place and only meet with these people she was so interested in, but it seemed like someone up there had other plans for her. She had managed to bump into another supernatural being, even though she did not know exactly what he was. That was rather odd, they could usually sense the nature of everything around, but she couldn’t understand anything at the moment.

Gently folding her arms over her chest, she leaned against the old iron gates of the cemetery, her warm brown eyes gazing up at him, as he hadn’t even bothered to come down from the tree in order to talk to her. - I don’t know what to say about this... That was not even that good, you’ll have to agree with me. It was no fun for those kids, she replied, shaking her head.
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Re: The Walking Dead (Idrys)

Post by Guest on Wed Nov 20, 2013 10:17 am

The Trickster was still a little nervous about standing here with an angel. He really didn’t want to be discovered this early on and would like to have a lot more time to himself before he was hunted down by his family again. He knew that if they wanted him back in heaven he would be going back kicking and screaming and maybe killing a few angels along the way. He was never going to go back to his duties, the ones father had assigned him with a long, long time ago.

He watched her fold her arms across her chest and she leaned against the gates of the cemetery. The youngest archangel watched her closely as she was staring up at him. She told him that she didn’t know what to say about this and that it wasn’t even that good and Gabriel would have to agree with her. She then said it wasn’t fun for those kids. Gabriel raised an eyebrow. “Actually I thought it was pretty funny and it wasn’t meant to be fun for those kids. It was meant to do exactly what it did and scare the living crap out of them.” Gabriel replied to her. “and that’s what I do best.” The Trickster added as he jumped down from the tree, landing perfectly on both feet.

He stepped closer to her to get a better look. “I the Trickster, after all.” He smiled to her. “and what are you? You aren’t a normal supernatural being, are you?” he then asked. The Trickster knew exactly what she was but it would be fun to play along with her as well.
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