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Security Blanket -DestielHis power was something he'd shrouded himself in for a long time.He'd use it as a blanket, to protect himself from the outside world. Or maybe to protectthe outside world from him..He didn't know anymore.The point was, he'd has his powers for a very long time and they were almost like a safety net to him now.Whenever he was having a rough time -like when Anael disobeyed- he'd find a quiet place to just sit and feel his power was over him.It made him feel invincible.Of course, he was anything but.He may've been an angel but he knew that even he had his limits, despite not being sent to Earth for over 2000 years he knew there were still dangers there.So of course when he was sent to collect Dean Winchester from Hell he was cautious. He led the attack and shouted orders and his subordinates while at the same time he tried to keep his voice from wavering.And then, everything changed.When they reached Dean Winchester and Castiel saw his fractured yet beautiful soul, everything be
When Cas Discovers CoffeeDean woke up from his sleep, startled by a crash. He grabbed the salt and gun by his bed and glanced over at his brother's: empty. "Sam? Sammy!"Another crash. Dean ran into the kitchen. "Sam, are you -"Sam was standing in the kitchen, cringing, as a blur of black and beige zipped across the room like the Tasmanian Devil."What the hell...? Is that a demon?"Sam ducked as a lamp flew across the room and nearly hit his head, "Nope."The tornado spun to a stop and there stood a nerdy tax accountant in a trenchcoat: the angel Castiel. Dean only shook his head. "What happened to you, Cas?"Still shaking, Castiel answered quickly, "Coffee."In a second he was gone from the room. Sam looked around confused before Cas appeared at another corner. And then he disappeared. And reappeared on the ceiling fan. Disappeared again, before showing up on the motel counter above the mini-fridge, which he opened with one wing and grabbed another iced coffee.Dean sat helplessly in a chair, watching as Ca