Demon!Jason Todd X Angel!Reader- Fallen (Part 3)
Yaayyyy I posted another chapter!! You would not believe the writer’s block I have right now. Hopefully this chapter has done this series some justice.
Warning: None that I can think of????
Following the demon with the red helmet, your eyes scanned over every piece of artwork that adorned the walls. It seemed that your brother fancied collecting pieces from famous artists, and you could clearly tell that he had commissioned every single one from the source. The demon leading you didn’t seem to enjoy the art like you were, but he had probably seen them many times. If he was your brother’s second in command, then he must have served him for a long time. Now that you think about it, the stench of Hellfire no longer smelt like it did on your way here. The horrendous smell was replaced by a sweet scent, something similar to the smell you experience when roasting a marshmallow.
Immediately stopping when you saw the demon halt his steps, you watched as he placed his hand on a door, the same Hellfire spreading all over the door. He stepped away as soon as the door opened, allowing you to cautiously enter the room. Your eyes widened as soon as you saw the Heaven of an elderly woman you had visited many times. The sunset behind the weeping willow was spot on, casting a beautiful orange light on the hills. The woman and her husband were not there, laying on a blanket and watching the sunset, but you knew that they were still in Heaven. Stepping further into the room, you knelt down and felt the grass. The small, green blades of glass felt smooth against your skin, the dew dampening your hand. You could even smell the field of flowers on the other side of the hill.
“What kind of room is this?” you asked, turning to face the demon.
He looked around, “It is… enchanted, if you prefer the term. It provides you with the environment that will provide you with whatever you need.”
“Thank you,” you said, looking around. “I didn’t think I would ever see this again.”
His head tilted slightly to the side, silently asking you to explain.
“This is a Heaven I frequently visited,” you explained, a small smile crawling onto your face. “Sometimes it was the only thing that provided me a safe haven from my father and siblings, especially when they were overwhelming.”
“You are the complete opposite of every Angel that I have ever met,” he stated, walking further into the room.
“What do you mean by that?” you asked, following him.
“Angels, well, normal Angels are emotionless warriors and guardians who had protected Earth, smiting any demon in sight. Only one Angel has been in a room like this, and the battlefield was the environment he needed,” he answered, dragging his hands on the trees as he passed them. “You, on the other hand have this setting, which is odd, especially with this serene scenery.”
“I can see why you find it odd,” you said, the orange glow slowly fading from view. “I am a Fallen now, banished from Heaven, and yet I do not search for any revenge or have any anger. All I have is pain and betrayal.”
“The pain will fade,” he stated, “but it will take time.”
“I wonder how long that will last,” you said, looking down at your bare feet. “I do not know if I will be hunted and smited with the wrath of Heaven. Fallen are not meant to survive, suffering is the only thing that is left for them.”
“And yet you can still find peace,” he said, picking up a rolled piece of dark grey clothing from the ground. “This is yours, I’m guessing that you do not want to walk around in those torn clothes.”
“Thank you,” you thanked him, taking the clothing from his armored hands. “If I may ask, what shall I call you? I think it would be rude of me not to ask.”
“I go by many names, but you can call me by my first that was given to me,” he answered. “Jason.”
“It is a pleasure to meet you, Jason,” you smiled, holding out your hand. “My name is (Y/N).”
Jason gently took your hand in his, shaking it, “Even your name does not match the names of the other Angels.”
“I have never heard of a demon with a name like Jason,” you said, tilting your head to the side. “I guess this is a first for the both of us.”
He released your hand and rested his near his side, “Touché.”
“I am curious, do you always wear your armor?” you asked, scanning over his helmet.
“I do not, but I prefer to wear it when I am on duty,” Jason responded. “Do you wish for me to remove it?”
“Only the helmet,” you replied, “but if you are not willing to, I understand.”
He paused for a moment, debating whether or not to remove his helmet. Nodding, he swiped his hand in front of his face, making his helmet fade away, the ash blowing away. His eyes were the first things you saw, completely enamored by the beautiful combination of red, yellow, orange and even a bit of purple hues.
“Your eyes look like the very sunset that is here,” you smiled, tilting your head. “I never expected eyes to be so beautiful.”
“You’re very honest, aren’t you?” he asked, looking in the direction of the sunset. “Do my eyes really look like that?”
“They do,” you nodded, scanning the rest of his features.
While he was observing the sunset, you had a chance to soak in every detail of him. His skin was not like your brother’s. It was more tan than Lucifer’s light pigmentation, and it was perfect in your eyes. His ears were similar to yours, but they were more extended and angular than your own. When he turned back to face you, you did not cease your actions.
“You are fascinating,” you stated truthfully. “Do you consider yourself an average demon?”
“I am far from average, (Y/N).”
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