<b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b>natalie:</b> why is your back all scratched up?<p/><b>satan:</b> [flashbacks to him chasing a raccoon after raphael told him to leave it alone]<p/><b>satan:</b> i'm having an affair<p/></p><p/></p>
Natalie from A Natural History of Dragons. She is a canon ace character, and I cannot recommend this series enough! It’s like feminist Indiana Jones in a Victorian type setting/social structure, and it brings up some good social issues. Also, dragons are fun.
It is certainly the day that our boy luce went ahead and sacrificed his oWn wINGs for our girl natalie
He sure did offer up his last connection to heaven to bring her back from the dead
He did that
He went ahead and (again, after gently positioning her like she was sleeping, and not actually cold and dead) let them take his gorgeous, priceless (not only for what they mean to other angels and demons but what they mean for him) wings so that his best friend’s lungs would once again fill with air
It’s fine it’s fine I’m fine it’s fine I’m cool it’s fine I’m fine cool fine fine fine cool cool cool coocoocococococooocooococococool it’s fine
Summary: A phone number scrawled across a dark, dirty bathroom stall prompts a drunk Natalie to make a phone call. When Lucifer answers, he agrees to help her find her way home. Natalie clings to the impatient man, who wants nothing more than to never see her again. Of course, he never gets what he wants.
The muggy humidity of the carefully controlled greenhouse
plastered the loose strands of hair that had escaped from the loose bun to
Natalie’s face, and she didn’t bother to wipe them away as she crouched over a
hanging plant. The bright turquoise of
the growing sample of Strongylodon
macrobotrys made the heat worth it, and Natalie ignored the sweat dripping
down her back as she quickly jotted down some notes about the growing plant in
a dirt stained spiral notebook. The simulated tropical atmosphere was precisely
what the delicate blooms of the plant required, and Natalie purposefully
inspected each petal.