Within the Palace itself, Imperael, one of the Heavenly Kings was resigning in his private headquarters, which no one, only under necessary circumstances can enter. He was resting on his king-sized chair. His table was a mess of sketches, those sketches were plans. If one was to be exact, they were battle plans should the Xir'algath ever invade them, while there were also other plans they could use in a battle against them. While everyone was resting and enjoying their time, Imperael was on his toes and keeping the Angels in front with the best tactics and war strategies he could think of. While he doesn't openly admit it, Epsilon was a great asset to have as his allegiances are vowed to the Angels and Angels only.
And while Raziel was training Lunael was watching, his arms crossed as he leaned against a pillar. While also having an amazing view outside the giant building that was almost like a skyscraper. The building was made out of gold and white brick, with beautiful architecture and angelic designs.
"Like always, I had no idea what you were talking about, old friend." Lunael chuckles before he gently claps his hands. "Though, I feel like Sabrael is more than ready to learn more complex spells...who knows when the enemies will catch up to him, getting him off guard and well...possibly kill him." He mentioned.
Nathaniel glanced at Michael, ever since Cassiel revealed that he has absolute control over xalnergy, the two of them have always been at bad odds with one another. They needed to be unified, but he truly feared the day where they would be their own worst enemies. "Michael...despite your differences...he is a powerful and effective asset. And well, a wise, strong, skilled and experienced leader." Nathaniel argued though he kept a polite tone. "If not for him, the Breakers won't be in check...you know they are a feisty bunch." He mentioned.
"So at times, it is a little bit hard for me to understand your hatred towards him, Michael," Nathaniel said with a sincere tone, while Gabriel and Uriel glanced at the two.
Uriel smirked. "Well, probably because Cassiel is stronger than Michael...and actually is the right-hand man of Donatello, while also being able and is allowed to use xalnergy...?" He mentioned. "I mean, if anything you guys. I'm up for them to dual again...though, you came short last time. What happened?" He asked as he crossed his arms.
Cassiel took his blade out of the ground and turned around, only to have Soulbreaker slash at their bodies in a swift and clean motion, with the intention to cut them in half. As the blade was having souls manifesting the more he used it.
Varmiel glanced at the Goliath of a Giant as for the first time he truly had a smile on his face. "Your big..." He mentioned. "I've fought bigger..." His wings would flap and send a wave of holy fire that burnt tremendously, it was to be noticed that within the waves of fire, flaming feathers that were sharped edged were coming towards the Giant.