(Takes place half an hour before the end of the last chapter.)
Dean had just tracked Alex's phone to her mom's house. I was staying behind. I always did. My phone rang. I sighed in relief.
"Hey," I said into the phone.
"Dude, why are you calling me right now?" The familiar female voice uttered quietly.
"Dean's gone, and I need it. I need it now." I whispered into the phone.
"Sam, last time didn't end well. Are you sure?" The voice asked.
"I'll be fine. I said I need it, get your ass over here." I hissed.
"I'll be there in 10 minutes." She said.
"Thanks," I said. She hung up.
Ten minutes later...
A knock came from the outside the door. I sighed in relief. She was here. I answered the door. She had shoulder-length blonde hair and blue eyes.
"Took you long enough, Ruby." I smiled.
(After the last chapter)
Allana screamed, filling the neighborhood. I released her and she fell, dead. I felt a tear come to my eye, but I wiped it away, no time for emotions.
"We must go." Cas replied while the neighbors coming out of their house. Dean drove off, and Cas and I flew to the motel.
"So, you're powerful now," Cas said, as we were flying.
"Yeah, I know. I like it." I replied.
"You didn't want to kill her, did you?" He asked, looking at me.
"Shut up, just drop, okay?" I growled. "It was God's mission."
"You think God would do something so cruel?"
"He said I would become human, again, Cas. I want to be human. This power is amazing, but it comes with responsibilities. I don't want to be the most powerful Archangel, Hell, I don't even want to be a regular angel- all you guys have is obedience. It goes completey against my personality." I finsihed as we landed. I walked inside, and Sam was asleep. I nodded and Castiel walked in.
Dean parked and ran into the motel.
"What the hell, Alex? You could've gotten us all arrested!" Dean hissed.
"But did we?"
"What?" He exclaimed.
"We didn't get arrested, therefore, we're not in trouble. Chill out, Dean." I growled.
It had been a couple of hours and Dean had fallen asleep. Sam had just woken up, he didn't notice Cas and I. He walked towards the door.
"Where the hell do you think you're going?" I growled, turning a lamp on. "Take a seat Sam," I patted the seat inbetween Cas and I. He sat.
"Hey guys, what's going on?" He asked.
"We know, Sam, We know everything." I said. His face turned white.
"You know," He gulped, "what?" He asked.
"We know Ruby's still alive. And we know that she was here. The stench of that abomination is all over you." I said, crinkling my nose like I had smelled something gross (I did, it was Ruby.).
"She's not alive, I don't know what you're talking about. You don't know anything, you're fourteen years old, you've no idea what you're talking about." Sam was defending her. Cute(not really, I didn't like it at all. I mean, she ruined his life, made him start the apocolypse and now they're hell buddies again?)
"Ruby is most definitely alive." Cas said, his voice really deep. Sometimes his voice isn't as deep as it can be and the when he's angry he just makes his voice deep. It's funny, but don't tell him I said that.
"Well, if she is, i didn't know. I held her while Dean stabbed her, she isn't alive, how can she be?" Sam asked, acting off. He was acting really off, almost predictable.
"Don't lie to us, Sam. She could set Satan free. Do you not understand that?" I hissed. Sam rolled his eyes.
"Even if I did know she was alive, why would I want anything to do with her? She ruined my life!" Sam crossed his arm, thinking he's making a point.
"Sam, you and Ruby are partners. You mean to release Satan!" I accused him, standing and slamming my fists on the table.
"I mean to release Satan? What, Michael too?" Sam laughed. He leaned in closer to Sam. "I would never, never release the angels who ruined my family."
"Michael and Lucifer didn't destroy your family," Cas started, "You did." Sam scoffed.
"I know, I'm just blaming the Devil." He leaned in closer to Cas, if that was possible, "The Devil made me do it." He smirked.
"The Devil has been stuck in his cage, Sam, or does part of him still exsist in you?" I asked, tilting my head.
"You can't believe I'm working with Satan! I would never work with Lucifer. I would die first!" Sam replied.
"That," I hissed. "Can be arranged."
"Go back to Purgatory, bitch!" He growled at me. I punched him in the face and his nose started bleeding.
"Say that again, you abomination!" I whispered in his ear.
"You won't do shit" He spat. I smiled.
"Try me," I looked up at him.
"You bitch, just because suddenly you have angel mojo, you think you're so cool, but you're just a pathetic bitch. Ruby and I will kill you all, all of you angelic dicks. Then, we might release Satan, but that's just a factor. If we do release Satan, I will be his vessel-his one and only true vessel. You angels are heartless sons of bitches." Sam said angrilly, he thought he would get further in his mission.
"As a matter of fact, we are." Cas smiled. Sam rolled his eyes.
"You don't know what you're doing. You don't know our mission!" Sam hissed in my face. I slowly wiped the spit off of my face. He got up to leave.
"Try to leave, I dare you. Please, resist us." I smirked.
"Go to hell." He smiled at me, sitting back down.
"Been there, done that," I tilted my head smiling.
The door was kicked down, Ruby walked in. Cas and I both stood.
"You angelic pieces of shit, leave! This has nothing to do with you!" Ruby yelled.
"Make us," I smiled. She grabbed a couple of Angelic Blades from her leather jacket. She threw them and in the few seconds she gave us, I muttered six simple words of Enochian and a force field appeared before Cas, and the blade bounced off. The blade implanted in my stomach, but no light shown. "Sorry, sweetie," I smiled, pulling the blade from my stomach. "I'm not dying today, sorry bout that!" I threw the blade at her, but she disappeared. Cas looked at me, shocked. I was too, expecting to die when the blade struck.
"What the hell is this even about, so what if Ruby's alive and we're working together?" Sam hissed.
"We know your secret, Sam." Was my reply.
"I don't have any secrets," Sam said. Dean awoke, turning over.
"What the hell is going on?" Dean asked.
"We're talking to Sam about his problem, Dean, this is not any of your business." I walked over to him and I put two fingers to his head.
"I don't know what you're taalking about. I have no secrets." Sam smiled.
"We dance in the blood of our enemies, Sam, not drink it!" I hissed