Cassiel stood and waited to hear any objections but there weren't any, even though Gabriel and Nathaniel felt uneasy about this. They couldn't deny Cassiel's Leadership prowess and tactical genius. He alone holds the Breakers on a tight leash which in the beginning was thought to be next to impossible because of their impulsive and harsh behavior. Suddenly, they bowed down to him, Gabriel, Nathaniel, Varmiel just to name a few as Epsilon, the Warmind was beside Cassiel, supporting him.
The Dark Archangel glanced around him, so it was settled. Cassiel was the Commanding Chief of The Council of Life's Angels. "So be it." Cassiel nods. "Rest for now, while I make plans for our next attack on the Xir'algath. This time, we'll attack them full-on force and hurt them where it hurts." He declared as he took off, not all knew where he was heading but Auriel knew that when Cassiel was seeking answers he was in the Library of the Infinites.
The room was spacious and the most extravagant with precious sculptures and jewelry all over the place, fitting for The Five Heavenly Kings. As their Magician asked as to what their thoughts were, there was a silence before Imperael spoked. "It's the best choice we have." The Authoritative King said.
"Best choice?" Lunael repeated as he sat next to him at the table. "We still don't know if he can be trusted. Time and time again, Cassiel disobeyed our orders." The Calm King spoke. "Such as still continuing to study and practice Xalnergy Manipulation and being a loose cannon with his Breakers."
Imperael found himself chuckling lightly, a rare emotion that came from him. "Oh has he now?" He rhetorically asked. "Then why is it that I see, he's the only one that has his eyes opened?" He asked, as he crossed his arms and leaned against his chair. "He is more reliable, determined and better Leader than Donatello, who constantly believes he is too weak to Lead." He said, before scoffing in the end. "Which makes me think as to why we choose him to be Commanding Chief."
"His Heart is in the right place..." Terrael called out, he was more the Scientist of the group of Kings. "While Cassiel, is a Wild card." He mentioned.
"So you are going to deny his potency and efficiency?" Imperael asked. "Let's not forget he singlehandedly with his Breakers brought more victorious in this War than he did alone." He said. "Even if we give the Leadership to Michael...he is not ready yet. He is inexperienced, immature and still has a lot to learn." He declared. "I don't mean, using Xalnergy is the best of choices but think of its power and what we can achieve in the future. With a person like Cassiel leading our Angels, we will not fail, not this time."
Meanwhile, Gabriel, Nathaniel, and Uriel were in a room, relaxing for the moment as they still were processing the new changes around the place. Certainly, they felt uneasy and didn't know what was the right choice of action. Michael was too occupied with prooving Cassiel wrong, while Auriel was always in the Library and Sabrael....well he never talks.
"Relax guys, everything is going to be alright," Uriel said as he was laying on the floor, gazing at the beautiful ceiling.
"You really trust this Cassiel?" Gabriel glanced at Uriel.
He shrugged, he didn't know what to say about that. "I don't really care who is leading," Uriel said. "All I care is to get over with this already." He sighed under his breath.
"I'm more concerned with what he will do with Epsilon," Nathaniel adds. "Though we don't want to admit, he was a mistake...we shouldn't have made him. But here we are." He said as he rested his forearm against a pillar.
Varmiel was cleaning his Starbreaker before he glanced at Hamael. "You think Cassiel is a better fit instead of Donatello?" He asked her, wanting to know her opinion.