Lucifer, OMCs/Gabriel, Sam, Dean, Sam/Gabriel if you've got the gogglesRating:
Oh boy. Rape, more rape (aka gangrape), bestiality, bondage, spit-roasting, drugs, humiliation, starvation, lack of kind deities, mention of double penetration, forced orgasm, object insertion, figging, whipping, mummification, watersports, scat, self-harm/attempted suicideWord Count:
"You like humans so much, Gabriel? Let's see how much you like being their bitch."[Full prompt]From SpnKink:
Instead of killing Gabriel at Elysian Fields, Lucifer binds his brother's power (temporarily or permanently, I don't care). He sets Gabriel up in a little underground room, which is locked at all times except when - nightly - a group of men comes in to have some fun. (They have no idea he's an angel - they just know there's a free fuck out of it). They get off on roughing him up; anything that's humiliating and painful goes - DP, object insertion, spit roasting, whips, chains, blindfolds, forced orgasm, etc. Lucifer tells him that if he can make it out of the room and up the stairs to the street, he'll go free. But he's not that big, not compared to these guys, and they always grab him before he can even get to the door.
Maybe some of the men think it's all part of the scene - Gabe's not really unwilling. After all, he never says the safeword his dom gave them.
Bonus points if Team Free Will finds him and stages a rescue.
Please no demons - just normal human sadism.Link to masterpost: http://mistalagan.livejournal.com/2466.htmlDownload Report:
Two posts on LJ.Title:
HumanityAuthor: mistalaganArtist: mangacrackFandom:
Gabriel, Sam, Dean, Bobby (pre-Sam/Gabriel if you're looking for it)Rating:
Allusions to prior rape, associated trauma symptoms, some body horror, some language.Word Count:
Set after 7x04 (the Osiris episode), and sequel to Oubliette (please read warnings). They found Gabriel on a tip from Meg, of all people—beaten and abused, a shadow of what he used to be. It’s not easy taking care of a (temporarily, Sam’s sure—permanently, Gabriel thinks) powerless archangel, especially when dealing with issues of their own. And it would be a bad idea to forget about the Leviathans…Link to masterpost: http://gabriel-bigbang.livejournal.com/26544.htmlDownload Report:
Three parts on LJ.( Review of Oubliette and Humanity by mistalaganCollapse )
Bottom line: I may very well be showing my whumpy bias here, but I found "Humanity" really satisfying both as a recovery story and as a plotty slice-of-life story for Season 7. Nothing in here is too overblown or overdone, and I think it's well worth giving a read.
This review was originally posted to the spnanonhaven Fiction Discuss post