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PostSubject: Never buy "for dummies" books (Koshi)   Fri Apr 18, 2014 11:08 pm

Aoi sat in his living room, staring at the floor and looking at his ingredients and the book propped open next to him... Splashed across the cover (along with a picture of a fiery skull that would look more at home on a heavy metal album cover) was the title "Demon Summoning for Dummies"...

Now before anyone jumps to conclusions, Aoi was not going to be summoning a demon... At least that wasn't the idea... The summon recipe said that user would need the following things: 1) A circle to contain the power (the more powerful the demon, the more complex the circle IE: more sealing verses/phrases would be needed within the circle). 2) Items representing the six senses (for the summoned demon to have full functionality). 3) the appropriate materials (cheap materials like salt yielded iffy results, unlike precious metals). 4) A name or sigil with which to summon the demon... 5) A drop of blood to act as an "on-switch" for all the other elements...

So five general steps in summoning, fairly straight forward... But while the book showed pictures of grotesque horned beasts being summoned with skulls and read candles, Aoi was after something much more... Well pure... So in his head, how do you summon an angel instead of a demon? Easy... Do everything opposite of what you'd do for a demon... So mentally Aoi went down the check list...

1) Summoning circle inscribed with scriptures of hope and faith... Check
2) Items representing the senses... Checks all around... He got a small, beautiful sounding chime, a jar of organic honey from wildflowers, freshly laundered towels that he hung outside to get smelling like wind and sun, a white lotus floating in a bowl of water for sight, his ratty old lamb doll for it's softness, and lastly a talisman his mother gave him when he left for spirit... He was never particularly religious, but his mother was and maybe her belief was powerful to work for this...
3) Materials... check... He had gotten a large wooden sheet and painted the circle in expensive calligraphy ink... The book had suggest that ink was a less expensive alternative to gold, but many many times more effective then something as common as salt... Plus, ink was much harder to erase (making the circle much stronger and more durable)...
4) Sigil or name (preferably both)... Sorta check? Maybe? This was the only step where Aoi felt unsure... What if Koshi was just a nickname? Something Aoi would feel comfortable with? Plus he had no way of knowing the angel's sigil... So in lieu of this, he had placed the white feather in the circle and drawn a sun in the very center, just like the tattoo around the angel's navel... Hopefully that would be identification enough... After all how many angels would have tattoos of suns around their belly buttons!?
5) Lastly, and least problematic was the blood... Check...

Aoi fingered the needle in his one hand and stared at the circle before sighing softly... He hadn't really wanted to summon the angel... But he just had to know if he was crazy... Had to know that he hadn't been dreaming... He had been calling the angel's name every night, but there hadn't been a peep since that night... So with a resolute sigh Aoi lifted his hand, pricked his thumb and pressed it to the circle saying, "Koshi, please come... Koshi, please come... Koshi... PLEASE COME!"

((the book also said demons have an unusual tick where in they are asked to do something or say they will do something three times, it makes them obligated to do it... Three is magic that way... So maybe it works with angels too?))
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PostSubject: Re: Never buy "for dummies" books (Koshi)   Fri Apr 18, 2014 11:29 pm

Well well well, what do you know.

POOF!

In the middle of the drawn circle a soft whirl of celestial smoke appeared and when it dissipated, it revealed a little Koshi all cute and tubby and dripping wet, butt naked with his ass all shiny and rosy pink. He was in the middle of scrubbing his back in the shower when the summons happened and the little guy was singing at the top of his tiny little lungs, too.

"REAL THING SHAKES ME LIKE A BIRD IN THE STORM

WHOA OH-OH-!

SOMETHING'S BURNING LIKE THE FIRE IN MY MI---UWAAAAAAHHHHHHRRRGH???!"

What the?!

Where was he?

Where did all the water go?!

OHMYGOD.

Poor little Koshi curled up and hid under the towel he was using for scrubbing, all red-faced and panicky.

"….?!!!!!"
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PostSubject: Re: Never buy "for dummies" books (Koshi)   Fri Apr 18, 2014 11:43 pm

Jaw dropping open at the sight of the little naked angel in the middle of his circle, Aoi made a mental note to never judge "for dummies" books ever again... Apparently, this one worked... For reasons he wasn't fully sure off... And it had to be the circle because clearly the angel wouldn't appear like this if he asked nicely... He probably would have appeared on his shoulder like normal...

Finally getting over the initial shock, Aoi said breathlessly, "Holy shit... Holy, ever-living shit... You're real... You're actually real!!?!"

Kneeling outside of the circle, Aoi dropped his gaze to the angel's ass and then blushed looking away... Oops... apparently he caught you at a really bad time... "Sorry... I guess I didn't think angels needed to shower... or eat... or... anything really... I mean I guess if you wanted to... It does feel good even if you don't need it..."

And now he's rambling... Because really what else are you supposed to do when you have a freshly caught naked angel in your living room singing loudly and apparently showering? Coming to his senses though, he realized he either terrified the poor little guy or pissed him off... Though honestly, he was kind of hoping for the big guy... But lets be honest... He just summoned an angel using a summoning circle he printed of the internet using directions from a book he found in the 10% mark down bin at the book store...That's pretty damn impressive even if he DID just get a chibi and not the full entity...

"Uhm... Towel?" Aoi gently pushed the stack of freshly laundered towels to the angel... At this point, even if reaching into the circle does break it, he doesn't care... He knows he's not crazy... That's all he wanted to know...
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PostSubject: Re: Never buy "for dummies" books (Koshi)   Fri Apr 18, 2014 11:59 pm

Slowly the towel over his frame lowered and that shiny bum-bum stopped trembling. A wet messy head popped out from the fluffy towel to peer over it and up at the summoner.

"……Aoi-kun??"

How What Where Why When Which?!

"Er….! Ah hahaha….ahem, um. Good…good morning? Afternoon? What time is it here? Oh dear…I'm losing my bearings….~~~!"

Poor Koshi stood up and wobbled around for a bit as he struggled with his towel, looking down at himself and realised after he was all tiny again. The summoning must have forced only a fragment of him away from his full form and hopefully…just HOPEFULLY the big one was still in the shower, singing away and oblivious to it all. Little Koshi tied his towel around his waist and looked up shyly, accepting one towel and yanking it off the stack. Too bad it was way too big for his current state and he tumbled all over backwards in this really awkward roll, little feet up in the air and wet feathers everywhichwhere.

Now the summoning ring was smudged and the barriers gone, but the angel remained as a little scrambling lump beneath that offered towel. Scuffle scuffle scuffle!

POP! Out came his head again.

"Uwah!"

It was hard being tiny. Don't judge!

"Afternoon. Good afternoon."

Koshi said a little sheepishly as he managed to wiggle out of his predicament a lot dryer than before.

"How are you today?"

His halo was a little crooked.
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PostSubject: Re: Never buy "for dummies" books (Koshi)   Sat Apr 19, 2014 12:32 am

Aoi watched as the little angel scrambled about and gently reached in to the circle, wrapping the towel around the angel and picking him up to help him dry... "I'm sorry for summoning you... I... Well I was calling you and you didn't come... I thought I was really going crazy... So when I saw this book, I thought maybe... I could summon you... Prove to myself I wasnt loosing it..."

Holding the little angel close he said "I never thanked you properly either... For helping me... I still need it... But the shakes and night sweats are gone... I can sleep now... And I can look for a better partner then someone random that I might hurt by accident... All that is thanks to you..."

Smiling a bit and looking at his supplies, Aoi said shyly "uhm would you like to have some cream and honey? I read angels like that... So I made sure to get the good honey... The organic stuff... With wildflower... And fresh cream... No processing... Just straight from the udder... Or maybe spring water?“

Grinning from ear to ear at his unexpected how guest, Aoi tried to think of ways to make his small guest more comfortable... As he walked over to the couch Aoi sat down and looked at his angel, wondering all about it "sheesh you're a cutie... These little wings... And that butt was so round and pink... Like a little peach!"

Flickin his tongue out to smell whats going on with the angel, Aoi said pleasantly "how have you been? Good? Hey if you have a butt in this form do you have... Everything else too?"
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PostSubject: Re: Never buy "for dummies" books (Koshi)   Sat Apr 19, 2014 8:53 pm

Little Koshi laughed as Aoi started helping him wipe down. It felt nice and ticklish all over, his damp feathers sprinkling droplets of water all over the dragon's arms.

"Thank you. I'm good!"

But when he turned to look at the wooden board and all the items placed there, his tiny brow furrowed, even as Aoi brought him along to the couch. Sitting down on the dragon's palm, the little angel looked thoughtful.

"That could have been dangerous, Aoi-kun. What if you summoned something else instead? Or what if the rite backfired and you get yourself injured? That's just awful!"

He knew too that it was his own fault for not checking up on the serpent often enough. So rubbing the back of his neck, Koshi silently promised to visit Aoi more often. His thoughts were interrupted by that next set of questions though. Immediately he clapped both hands over his bum bum, all red-faced and shy. Then he blushed harder and tried to cover the front of his little groin, even though the towel was already covering everything.

Guess that was a yes, Aoi-kun.

"Is-is that important? Y-you didn't just call me to ask about that, right?"

Hopefully!! Gulp. Using the larger offered towel, Koshi used it like a hooded poncho and wrapped it all over himself so only his messy hair and rosy face could be seen beneath all the white. He looked up at his ward and noticed for the first time how truly delighted the serpent was and then suddenly everything else didn't matter too. A warm smile touched his tiny face as an equally tiny hand popped out from the towel to hold onto a large finger.

"It would be nice to share some."

Honey and cream did sound marvelous especially after a bath.

The one good thing about being summoned was, he didn't have any of the shoulder rules applied to him on the job. No eating, no texting, no loafing off and no telling of things that the ward doesn't know.

"It's good to know you're faring better, Aoi-kun. It's always hard on your kind during this season. Don't worry my dear, it would be over in three weeks. That's pretty short this time round. The monsoon is coming again and with it, it'll carry this away."
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PostSubject: Re: Never buy "for dummies" books (Koshi)   Sat Apr 19, 2014 10:06 pm

Aoi smiled confidently and said, "But it didn't... You're here and you're not hurt and neither am I... Besides... I'm just surprised it worked at all... I mean I did get the directions out of a "For Dummies" book... I didn't expect anything to happen... But even so... What satanic creature would I summon with an angel feather and a beat up lamb toy that I've loved since I just a hatchling?"

Unable to resist himself, Aoi laughed brightly when the little angel got so embarrassed and tried to cover himself... Rubbing the little chibi's head with a finger tip and ruffling up the soft hair, Aoi smiled and said, "Oh yeah, you're definitely too cute for this line of work... I could just cuddle you all the time... But no, I didn't call you just to ask questions about your magic eggroll... **he wanted to see the angel blush again** but... Yeah it's important... I mean I've been seeing pictures of cherubs all these years, and they've got little tiny things... I was just curious if you've got one... I mean do angels have sex? If they don't have sex why would they need one?"

Watching at the angel covered himself up almost completely, Aoi smiled and set the little angel on the couch before getting up and heading to the kitchen... He grabs a small spoon and a shot glass and then yells to Koshi before smiling softly, "I've got something else you might like..."

Going into the fridge, Aoi pulled out a bowl of red, ripe strawberries and a little container of whipped cream... He found a recipe on the internet and actually made it from some of the heavy cream that he bought... The cream and some powdered sugar had turned into a fluffy sweet cloud that went amazing with the berries... He grabs a spoon for himself and then a bottle of spring water be returning the couch and laying out the spread... The bowls of strawberries and cream, the jar of honey, the bottle of water and the shot glass, saucer and spoon for Koshi ((one of those tiny tiny ones you stir tea with... A friend brought it for him from England and he kept it because he's too polite to throw a gift out))...

Pouring the water into the shot glass and then twisting the lid off the honey, Aoi dipped a huge berry into the cream and set it on the saucer before drizzling some honey onto it as well... Satisfied that his guest had a very nice little meal (in relation to his size), Aoi snagged a berry and dipped it in the cream for himself before continuing, "I'm doing great thanks to you... Like I said... I'm still looking for a partner... I think maybe that because I neglected it last year it was really bad this year... So... I think maybe it's time to find someone I can trust to just... help me with it..."

Sighing a bit, he looked at Koshi and said softly, "Where should I look? Do you know? I mean... I thought getting a professional would be the best... No commitments no chances for emotional distress..."
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PostSubject: Re: Never buy "for dummies" books (Koshi)   Sat Apr 19, 2014 10:43 pm

"Could have been just good luck."

Koshi wheedled as he gave in afterwards. That angel feather was gone though, a necessary spell component for the summons to work. Unlike demon summonings, there weren't any burnt marks left on the board, just a wisp of fresh air and sunshine that lingered by. Koshi looked on from his vantage point on the couch to where the little lamb laid. It was in need of a new eye. His head was ruffled all over and the little one laughed, not minding how it got even messier than it was.

"Hey!"

The towel became his little nest on the couch, looking up at his ward and finding it odd to not be on a shoulder in his current size. Somehow Koshi expected that next question and his messy head sank further into the towels.

"We do…sometimes? Not most of us…maybe? Some? I don't really uh…ask about things like that. It's kind of private? Well…"

Come to think of it, he hardly had time to socialise with his other co-workers, being split up most of his existence made it so. A dark raincloud formed over his head upon realising something else.

I HAVE NO FRIENDS.

Heck, he spent way more time with Kiyoharu than anyone else! Was that Sir a friend? ….Probably not….business partner?? Maybe…

Thank goodness for the wonderful distraction of berries and honey and cream. Koshi perked up at the scent, having forgotten when was the last time he ate, really. Angels could only really eat byproducts like milk and honey but once in a while fruit seemed okay. Especially okay when those berries just looked absolutely scrumptious. Poor Koshi drooled a little at the sight.

"Thank you!"

Good thing he remembered his manners and not dive into the cream swimming and eating at the same time. He accepted that spoon and began working to pile the cream over a berry. One scoop, two scoop, three scoops and it was completely smothered in it but the greedy little angel kept going.

…Might as well just dump that berry in the bowl of cream and call it good.

When the angel was satisfied with his cream mountain, he shoved his face into it. SQUOOSH.

"<3"

His face emerged from the mountain all creamed up, as if he was in the middle of a shave.

"Any luck finding your own kind maybe? I haven't seen them around recently…actually someone else was in charge of your species but he disappeared too. I only received his job folders three decades ago. There's a ton of files but only a very small amount has been updated."

Koshi didn't want to elaborate on what that meant, hoping Aoi understood somehow.

"I think a library or a grocery store is a good idea! People there are always decent."

At least those were the places he'd frequent if he had more spare time.

SQUOOSH.

"Mmm…good cream…"
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PostSubject: Re: Never buy "for dummies" books (Koshi)   Sun Apr 20, 2014 1:15 pm

Aoi watched the little angel with a great deal of amusement... He wasn't stupid... He knew the feather was the reason this worked the way it did... He'd have to grab one on the sly... Or maybe just ask... Koshi seemed like the reasonable type... But he arched a brow as he watched the angel load up his berry with even more cream... The whipped cream shaving face was in fact so priceless that Aoi couldn't help a laugh... "You are just too precious... Like a little kid, but in a grown up body... Or well... A very small grown up body..."

Reaching into the towel and rubbing a finger between the angel's tiny wings, he looked sad for a brief moment "There aren't many of us left... A few colonies in Europe... The biggest group we know of is actually somewhere in Thailand... They hide in the jungles... Still in dragon form... It's kind of a big divide... The elders believe we should stay in the forests... Let the forest protect us like it always have... But my parents and some of the younger dragons believe that assimilation is the only hope we have... To become like the humans so we can hide from them in plain sight..."

Getting another berry for himself, Aoi looked pensive and then said with a smile "So how long has it been since YOU got laid? I mean do you get laid or is it just big guy? Hows that even work? Why can you hang around like this when you're tiny, but you have a big form? The big form would probably be better right? I mean... It seems a lot less delicate..."

He can't help it dammit... The angel looks adorable when he blushes... God he suddenly realizes exactly how the humans felt when they was the pocket sized dragons... There's this incredible urge to just keep the little angel forever and cuddle/spoil it forever... Imagining the angel with a tubby little stomach to match that round pink ass causes Aoi to smile again, not realizing that the angel could probably read/see his thoughts if he so chose... The poor little angel might die of embarrassment...
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PostSubject: Re: Never buy "for dummies" books (Koshi)   Sun Apr 20, 2014 8:28 pm

"The ones in the forests need me a lot less. Just an observation."

Koshi remarked as he looked up at the gentle hand that was stroking him. He was mostly dry from his interrupted shower, so his wings felt velvety and warm. Wiping his face clean with a towel edge, the angel laughed at that exclamation.

"What you see now is a fragment of my whole self. Every day I'm split up into millions and millions of pieces to help as many people as I can. It takes a strain most days so my fragments behave instinctively, that's why I look and behave the way I do in this form. All other thought and personality processes are needed to concentrate on helping everyone to make the good choice. Unfortunately the good choice may not always be the correct choice..."

Koshi explained slowly while holding the towel tight in his hand. He avoided Aoi's gaze and flushed a deeper red when that next question became far more personal. Poor thing pulled the towel over his head to become one big sweating towelly lump on the sofa.

"Eeeeeeeeh~~~~~~~"

That's just.....! Too bad angels can't lie.

"Um....err...ah...it's the big guy....some decades ago, I think? This...me doesn't get a lot of attention...er, except from birds...."

There were several times different birds tried mating with him, or tried feeding him...or both. Koshi felt like he died a little inside. His head popped back out from that towel lump, all red-faced and alarmed.

"Stop thinking about my bum bum!! Er...I mean, please?"

Bum bum indeed....
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PostSubject: Re: Never buy "for dummies" books (Koshi)   Wed Apr 23, 2014 9:11 pm

Aoi nodded softly, contemplating that... Maybe someday he would go to see them... Talk to them... See how they like their lives... Maybe they are happier and better off living away from humans... The gaffer wolf seems to think that supes and humans should be separate, but then again the wolf was just unnaturally grumpy... Maybe there were humans the wolf liked and he just wasn't willing to admit it...

Looking at Koshi and nodding softly in understanding, Aoi said softly, "So it's a bit like ants? There's a queen ant who supervises and cares for the colony, while there are tons of little ants that do the ground work? Are all of your little uh... Well your other selves like you? Do they have same personality? Share the same memories?"

Lifting up the towel and grinning, thinking that the mop of messy brown hair is just too cute, Aoi smirked and said, "Well maybe you should tell the big guy that my door is always open if he wants to take a breather... Get a little bit of his tension out..."

Reaching right into the towel and giving one cheek the gentlest of pinches, Aoi said bluntly, "Nope... Can't not think about it... It's too cute... Especially since you get so embarrassed when I ask about sex and butts and penises... Who'd have though an angel who's probably older then most supes would get so flustered about genitalia... It's just adorable and I can't help but keep poking at you..."
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