This tag has not been marked common and can't be filtered on (yet). Well, not walls. Still, despite the horrible treatment he gets in Heaven, Aziraphale would cling tightly to his quest to follow God’s Will. Crowley: How kind.
Aziraphale: You can't judge the Almighty, Crawley. When we first meet Aziraphale, he is feeding ducks while talking with Crowley about Armageddon (the complete destruction of the world), which they discover to be in the near future.
Before the Beginning, Raphael devised plants and fungi that would heal, stars that might or might not appeal to other angels, and some ungodly-looking reptiles. When we first meet Aziraphale, he is feeding ducks while talking with Crowley about Armageddon (the complete destruction of the world), which they discover to be in the near future.
There are many angels who are not comfortable with the existence of this cherub/principality hybrid. How it have been if we’d been at all competent. What is this angel who actually seems to love a demon? Having been on the earth for all of its 6,000 years of existence, and having come to be rather fond of humans, despite their stupidity and blindness, Aziraphale nor Crowley actually WANT the world to end, and the idea of a Final War makes them both feel uncomfortable. It was God’s Will that he be transformed and sent on a long-term assignment on Earth and following it gives him purpose and a sense of self. There'll be paperwork.
Crowley: How long have we been friends?
He knows how to stop the war. It finally ends up in the hands of War, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Aziraphale's Bible Collection. I just, you know... sauntered vaguely downwards. Crowley explains that though he is born with a lot of potential, the child Antichrist is neither naturally good nor evil, his surroundings influence his decisions of good or evil. he has six wings because in my headcanon he was a seraphim before the fall . So that would indicate that Aziraphale is a cherub.
But they want earth to go on, to continue to grow and develop, and them with it. Crowley spend 11 years teaching the wrong boy, a normal, average human child. It's "kick butt". Here is my head canon: he is both….and neither…. I’ve seen a lot of interesting head canons/meta about who Crowley was before he Fell from just a rank-and-file angel to Raphael to maybe even a seraph. (43, also a “battered old top hat” later on the page, and on 45 the coat is referred to specifically as a “frock coat”) “Tartan is stylish.” (57) Crowley: It's a big universe. I mean, Noah, up there, his family, and his sons, their wives, they're all going to be fine. We are an angel and a demon. Trees have ears. Posts consider music, movies, television, theatre, literature, visual art, graphic design and Instead, he chooses to be soft and fastidious and invested in humanity. God sent a cherub to guard Eden.
Aziraphale: Friends? Crowley, Demon of Temptation . He becomes absorbed with the book for days, realizing its truth and the inevitability of their future. But also because they can still sense that alien mix of angel types and it’s unsettling. The Bible mentions that a cherub was sent to guard the gate into Eden with a flaming sword. Crowley: Well, that's more the kind of thing you'd expect my lot to do. We don't know each other. You can’t kill me. A passion Aziraphale discovers in himself is collecting rare books, including embarrassingly misprinted and hilariously inaccurate versions of the Bible. Good Omens - Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett, Aziraphale & Crowley & Adam Young (Good Omens), Sauntering Vaguely Downwards (Good Omens), Godparents Aziraphale & Crowley (Good Omens), Crowley Was Raphael Before Falling (Good Omens), The Fruit In Eden Was Actually A Fly Agaric Mushroom, No seriously that's a real conspiracy theory, Haphazard But Well-Intentioned Godparenting, basically an elaborate Fix-It for the Noah's Ark and Golgotha flashbacks. Two of these were wrong; Heaven is not in England, whatever certain poets may have thought, and angels are sexless unless they really want to make an effort" (Pratchett and Gaiman 165). This tag belongs to the Additional Tags Category.
His being a cherub is in the past. He is an angel who doubles as a rare book dealer. He learns about human things like computers and books and enjoys some of the same pleasures as them, food in particular. And the last thing they want is for Aziraphale to suddenly realize that he is more powerful than them and pull rank. Going along with Crowley and going against Heaven would potentially mean walking away from the core of how he defines his existence, a difficult and painful choice to make. What does the "J" stand for? A characteristic of Angels is that when irked or given permission to, they can smite. Must do. Your fame precedes you. Aziraphale: You can't judge the Almighty, Crawley. There’ll be paperwork. (25) Aziraphale straightened his tie. Crowley shares his knowledge of Armageddon with Aziraphale including that it begins with the. Crowley: Let me tempt you to a spot of lunch? You can't kill kids. Aziraphale: I'm not consulted on policy decisions, Crawly. Just imagine how awful it might have been if we'd been at all competent. And that just feels….like a question they are always wondering anyway. I’m going through a difficult time in my life, I don’t have time to draw, and it’s frustrating. But being a cherub isn’t something that’s just shrugged off. Being a collector of rare books, he has heard the tale of this book, but has never heard of anyone so much as laying their eyes on a copy. Mephistopheles? He must be an abomination. Parent tags (more general): Good Omens - Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett; This tag has not been marked common and can't be filtered on (yet). In the opening of the book, he has just given the sword to the humans, citing the cold and Eve's pregnancy. I just sauntered vaguely downwards. Crowley: "Kick", Aziraphale.