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AngelDemon Mix

By Jupanuma

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AngelDemon Mix

Really? Is it too much to ask to have a normal day without being knocked out and stuck in a Devil's Trap? Apparently it is.

I woke up laying on a floor with my hands tied behind my back, in an unfamiliar house, with unfamiliar people walking around the outside of the stupid trap mumbling who knows what. It's been like this for ten – twenty minutes, and they haven't said one word to me. I don't know if that's a blessing or a curse. In that time I've been able to get my hands out of the rope, which is a nice thing, but I'm getting to the point I'm going to just going to start growling and baring my teeth if they don't get to the point as to why I'm here!

Finally! One of the three men turn towards me, with a gun point at me but at least we are getting somewhere. "Are you going to tell us where he is?" The green eyed man growled.

I guess it's really not my day if I have to deal with nonsense this guy is spewing. "What are you talking about?" I asked angrily. I am so beyond done with this shit that I'm not even going to try to play nice.

"What did you do to Cas, demon?" The man said through gritted teeth as he stepped closer to me.

I glared at the person standing in front of me. "Listen here you –" My reply got cut off as my phone vibrated. I moved me hands away from my back, one of the guys gasped at this, and I pull my phone out of my pocket. Answering the call I put it to my ear. "Hello?" I ask in a much friendlier tone that I had with this people.

"Where are you?" the voice from the other line asks.

"I'm out."

"Where?"

"Eh, you know … around."

"I see, and that would be?"

"Why does it matter? I've be back soon."

"Ni-" I hung up the phone before I could hear the rest. I put the phone back into my pocket and look over to the men again. They all have different degrees of confusion on their faces. "What?" I asked glaring.

"You think you can get out of the Devil's Trap and kill the three of us with no backup?" The tallest on the three guys asked.

I blinked a few times. Are they stupid? I mean stupider then before? I open my mouth the say something, but nothing comes out. I close it, lick my lips and try again. This time something did come out, laughter. I mean a full body laughter just bubbled its way out. They all looked at each other before settling back onto me. As the laughter died down I shook my hand and replied. "Do you really think I'm that stupid to try that?"

"Then why did you –" A crashing sound cut off the green eye's question. We all turned towards the sound. It came from behind a closed door. I heard a muffed "shit" and more stumbling. The guys turned their guns to the door, and waited. The doorknob slowly turned and the door slowly opened. "Look out!" I yelled right before the guns were fired. I heard a yelp and another crash. We waited patiently to see what happened. The door opened the rest of the way to reveal a blond, bright blue eyed guy with his hands raised in the air. "Don't shoot!" He said. The older guy quickly pulled out a container that I suspected had holy water in it, and splashed the guy. Nothing happened, except from a slightly wetter guy standing with his hand up.

"If you hurt him, I will kill you." I growled at them before they had any idea stupid ideas. The blond guy looked over to me, with a looked that just screamed angry. "Why couldn't you just say you were here?" the blond walked toward me. "I could have come to help, or heavens forbid talked to these people?" He started to bend down to break the trap, but the taller one grabbed his wrist. "Don't. He's dangerous."

The blond looked over. "Dangerous? Nico?" he pointed at me. "He wouldn't hurt anyone."

"That's not the person you know. He's a demon." The blond ripped his wrist away and turned toward the group of men. "I know he's a demon." He said as he crossed his arms over his chest.

"What?" green eyes asked.

"I know Nico's a demon."

"Then you know it's not safe to let him out of there."

The blond turned to me. "Can you please come out of there and show them you're peaceful?" I sigh before walking toward the edge of the trap. I take a deep breath before forcing my way over the line. Pain went through my body like a bitch. Blood started pooling in my mouth once I finally crossed completely over the line.

The three men stared at me, and raised their guns. I spat out my blood, getting rid of the coppery taste. I stood there, waiting for something to happen. "H-how?" one of them finally asked.

"Have you ever thought, for one minute, that I might not be fully demon?"

"Ugh."

"Well aren't you a bag full of rainbows. Assuming I took you friend," I stepped forward, "assuming I'm a demon," another step and the lights started to flicker, "assuming you could just kill me or torture me for answers," one more step closer, the floor started to shake "well guess what human, you're wrong." We glared at each other for a long time before the blond stepped in-between us.

"How about we all calm down and talk to each other." It was quiet for a second or two. "Fine." The tallest guy said. I backed up and sat down on the ground. Once everyone else was settled, it was quiet again. "I think names are in order." I blond said. "I'm Will." He turned to me. "Nico." The other three said their name.

"So if you aren't full demon, what are you?" Sam asked.

"I'm an angel and demon hybrid."

"Wait. Did you say angel and demon hybrid?" Dean asked.

"Yes."

"How?" Dean must have been what 30 and he's asking …?

"Well when as mommy and a daddy love each other very much-" He cut me off

"I know what a child is born. I mean how can you be a mix of those two? I didn't think angel or demons could birth a child."

"Normally they can't. They still need a vessel, and even then it's still almost impossible. I think it's a one in million changes to happen, and even then, how often are an angels and demons having sex together?"

"So is that body a vessel too?" Sam asked.

"No. This is my own body." He nodded.

"Then how did you get out of the Devil's Trap?"

"Because my blood is a mixture of both angel and demon, all the trap does it severely hurt me as it keeps my demon blood at bay while my angel blood is free to roam around."

They asked more question and I answered them the best I could. Finally it seemed that they ran out of questions. Both Will and I stood up and started walking towards the door. I paused before turning around "As for your friend, I don't know where he is. I hope you find him." And we walked out the door.

Because Nico's last name means angel and he's a son of Hades I came up with the idea that he could be a hybrid of an angel and demon. His mother was the angel with his father was the demon (If that wasn't obvious). He doesn't need a vessel because both his parents had to have human vessels in order to have sex, so I assumed that Nico could have a little bit of human in him somewhere (his body).

Sorry. This was just a random thought and I went with it. Let me know what you thought of it.

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