Dec 212014
 

Title: GOAT: THE CONQUEROR
Fandom: Nicoverse
Characters: Gabriel , a goat
Rating: T (L0 N2 S0 V0 D0)
Warnings: Butts.
Notes: Shut up, I’m exhausted and having delusions about the current state of the timestream. Gabriel’s just like ‘I came here to announce the coming of my bastard half brother, and what do I get? Mauled by goats.’ Also in the running for titles, ‘GOAT WUZ HERE’.
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Dec 162014
 

Title: Snow Angel
Fandom: Nicoverse
Characters: Gabriel
Rating: T (L0 N2 S0 V0 D0)
Warnings: A distinct lack of clothing
Notes: This is … not what you think. *grins* Gabriel’s interpretations of things can be a little broad and a little hilarious. Also wooo! Start of the fourth cycle! Only nine more to go!
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Dec 112014
 

Title: Treetop Angel
Fandom: Nicoverse
Characters: Gabriel
Rating: T (L0 N2 S0 V0 D0)
Warnings: Ken-doll nudity
Notes: You knew I was going to do this, eventually, and really, it had to be Gabi. Angel of the Annunciation and all. Also, this took way the hell too long, because I approached it totally the wrong way, the first time.
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Dec 052014
 

Title: Indistinct
Fandom: Nicoverse
Characters: Gabriel , The Holy Father
Rating: G- (L1 N0 S0 V0 D0)
Warnings: Blasphemy, mild expletives, daddy issues
Notes: So, y!GalleryBigGreenOne introduced me to the Ghurabiyya Shia, a now-extinct Islamic sect from the Middle Ages, who believed that Gabriel delivered the prophecies to Mohammed by mistake, when they were actually intended for his cousin, Ali. Obviously, given that I tend to write Gabriel as … less than entirely pleased with innumerable of the Holy Father’s decisions, I had to run with that idea. The ‘your brother’ referenced here is the Adversary, who Lucifer keeps getting mistaken for, despite never having even met the guy. (Speaking of looking like your uncle…)
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Dec 022014
 

Title: The Herald Angel
Fandom: Nicoverse
Characters: Gabriel
Rating: T (L0 N2 S0 V0 D0)
Warnings: Butts.
Notes: Ok, so I’m three days behind… I’ll be caught up soon enough. Slightly belated start for the 2014 Angelic Advent Calendar! A lot of these will not end up on Facebork, because they’re all nude pinups, just like the vampires, the other year. Some of these may not end up on y!Gallery, because I expect some fem!Anael in here. You can catch them all by checking out the .advent tag, here. (And since I’m not expecting to get much else done until after xmas, you probably don’t even have to be watching the tag…) First up: Gabriel, in a fancy hat and very little else!
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Nov 232014
 

Title: Strangely Ornamental
Fandom: Nicoverse
Characters: Gabriel , Nico
Rating: G-  (L0 N1 S0 V0 D0)
Warnings: Shirtless dudes. Bad lighting.
Notes: Ehh. Picked up this Fabergé egg prop and wanted to play with it. Lighting the inside is a pain in my ass, as demonstrated by the fact that Nico’s nearly invisibly dim, while Gabi glows in the dark. On the other hand, Gabi always glows in the dark. Also retextured the whole egg out of Gemologica, because the original materials looked like crap.
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Oct 222014
 

[ Master Post ]
Title: Death and Desire
Fandom: Nicoverse
Characters: Gabriel , Michael
Rating: T (L0 N0 S0 V2 D0)
Warnings: War, death, holy vengeance, ethics of a damaged archangel
Notes: In about 701 BC, an Assyrian army led by Sennacherib sacked forty-odd cities in Judah and laid siege to Jerusalem. Assyrian records report the successful sack of every city besieged, except Jerusalem. Although they also do not report defeat there, those records are kingly propaganda, so all bets are off. The story goes that Hezekiah, King of Judah, prayed in the Temple of Jerusalem, for deliverance, and as the first king in two and a half centuries to do so, his prayer was rewarded, and 185,000 Assyrian soldiers died outside the walls. This is variously attributed to Michael, Gabriel, or the onset of one of the usual siege camp diseases. I decided to go for all three. (I never thought I’d be writing Michael, but I suppose it had to happen, eventually…)
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Oct 192014
 

[ Master Post ]
Title: The Birth of the Sea of Salt
Fandom: Nicoverse
Characters: Gabriel (as Labashi) , Hizkiel (as Harsu) , Kafziel (as Kurigalzu) , Lot & his family
Rating: G- (L1 N0 S0 V1 D1)
Warnings: Objectification of angels, threats of violence, really oblique threats of rape, violent nationalist sentiment, non-explicit mass destruction
Notes: A telling of the fall of Sodom and Gomorrah, from the perspective of the angels. I apologise for the names. Lot’s supposed to be Chaldean, and Chaldean names are a pain in my ass to find, but he spent enough time in the Jordan River valley that I can mangle some names for his family. And then I had the bloody stupid idea the angels should be posing as Chaldean merchants… I give up. Also, I like Lot’s daughters as self-determined hellraisers, able to make their own decisions and enforce their intent. I think canon supports that. And Gabriel loathing its shell is always hilarious — so, yes, this is really substantially before the fall of Jerusalem. (~2018 BC, maybe?) And if you’ve got any problems with my geology or geography, keep in mind that historical fiction is still fiction. (And I’m using a trope that’s been argued by biblical scholars, which doesn’t make it true, but does make it sufficiently popular to base a fictional work upon.)
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Sep 282014
 

[ Master Post ]
Title: A Little Excitement Before Lunch
Fandom: Nicoverse
Characters: Nico , Gabriel , Kamaria , Moyra , Lola
Rating: M (L3 N0 S0 V2 D0)
Warnings: Shootings, bigotry, head-slapping, delusions of immortality, actual immortality, oddly American points of view, and a pissed-off archangel
Notes: No great leader, in the modern world, goes without a few assassination attempts. Few, however, have irate archangels looking after them. I expect you will be offended by this, in some way. If you find any of it offensive, I’m doing it right. If you’re wondering where Gabriel’s intensely acrimonious introduction comes from, it’s inspired by Luke 1, wherein Gabriel brings news of the impending birth of John the Baptist, and curses Zacharias to silence for doubting an angel of the lord.
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