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28 July 2009 @ 06:55 pm
Er, Confession  
Okay. I'm going to admit it. While my preference is gen Castiel - omg love Castiel - I think there is this small itty bitty part of me that likes Castiel/Anna. Not in the hot-bodies-bed-breaking physical way, but an understated deep fondness "We have history" kind of way.

So yeah.

I realized I don't have icons with both of them together. This must be remedied.
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flynn_boyant: Supernatural - Cas has mad skillsflynn_boyant on July 28th, 2009 11:59 pm (UTC)
Ooh, it just occurred to me that it's really fascinating that Castiel's superiors would ask an angel, whose greatest asset is his unfailing loyalty to commit acts of betrayal. Now, of course, they wouldn't necessarily see it that way. They are in their opinion simply asking him to remain loyal. They wanted Dean to do what they say when they said it and Anna was just a liability to them. However, from a character and/or storytelling standpoint it's really thought provoking.

Because he understands loyalty so well he feels the weight of betrayal heavily. It's actually WORSE when he's the one doing the betraying. In that it's worse for HIM to betray than be betrayed. (wasn't sure I was being clear *g*) Poor Cas...*pats him*

Edited at 2009-07-29 12:01 am (UTC)
Working for the Mandroid: Cas and Dean (Fishing)moonshayde on July 29th, 2009 12:14 am (UTC)
I know! He so so so very loyal - and I still think he hasn't disobeyed and all the other angels are - that being placed in a position where he would have to ebtray someone despite how much he values loyalty must kill him. You can really see it in his scenes. He just seems so burdened. I think that is why there is so much intensity and drive in that icon you have. He knows in that moment that he going back to his deep sense of loyalty to what he feels is right.
flynn_boyant: Supernatural - Cas has mad skillsflynn_boyant on July 29th, 2009 12:49 am (UTC)
I wonder what will happen with Castiel if they have him start to truly "feel" the full power of his emotions? Angels obviously do have emotions I just think that they've been forced to numb them or simply don't know how to process them properly. That right there is a goldmine of good character development to work with throughout the Apocalypse storyline.

Oooh, and can you imagine what the interaction between Castiel and Anna or Castiel and Dean would be like at that point? WOW. What an amazing moment when he realizes just the sort of doubts and fears that drove Anna to fall. Or when he realizes just how much Dean's lack of self-worth hurts to watch. You know, it'd be a CRIME if they didn't do something with this on the show itself. Personally, I think there's a good chance they will. Maybe not in the way we think but a similar take.