Varmiel noticed how Hamel was uncharacteristically non-verbal. He knew the fact that Hamael was a person of few words. However, even for her to be this much silent. It certainly didn't sit well with Varmiel. He thought it may have been because Donatello destroyed her weapon. Nevertheless, it is how Cassiel put it. It's just a weapon and the strength and might it had, was because of Hamel. That's what would the Breaker of Stars think as they were approaching the Forge. This was a place where the Angels rarely visited, only when their weapons would break. Even so, that was extremely rare, because in a what of a chance in a lifetime, do you encounter someone that can destroy the purest form of Angelic Steel?
"Listen, Hamel." He placed his hand on her shoulder as he glanced at her. His blue hues stared into her eyes. "We will get Donatello because of that." He declared. "Destroying my Sister's weapon will be the last mistake he will ever make." He said. "And if you ask why, well." He chuckled. "It is because we're going to kill him!" He pumped his right hand into a fist.
Essentially, once Hamael and Varmiel appeared before the place they call it the Forge. Angelic Artisans would appear before them as one of them spoke. "To what do we owe the visit to one of the greatest Warriors our Realm has to offer?" He humbly asked.
Varmiel crossed his arms as he tilted his head slightly. "I'm sure you have been updated on the matter, Donatello betrayed us. And so, as Hamael faced off against him. He, unfortunately, broke her weapon." He mentioned, before sighing softly. "We came here because we believe you can fix it." He said.
The Artisan nodded his head. "We can." He said as he approached Hamael. "May I have a look at it?" He asked as he brought his hands to hold the hammer. "Also, what is your request, Hamael, Breaker of Skulls?" He asked her. "You want it how it once was or you want to have some new redesigns?" He suggested.
Gabriel would blush slightly as she realized she was holding hands with Michael. She admitted to herself that she did have a crush on him. However, she never knew how to put into words, besides, what if he didn't feel the same way? It would make for a very embarrassing conversation if she told him, how she felt about him. Either way, she regained her composure and she turned her head towards him. Her face expressing into a mischievous smirk. "Of course, when I said, we will go for a walk. I meant flying." She said.
Once Gabriel and Michael were outside the palace, she spread her beautiful wings. "Try to keep up, will ya?" She asked teasingly, as she needed to only flap her wings once and she was already up in the sky, just as fast as lightning. "Remember, when we were kids and we used to play tag in the sky, as the clouds hugged our bodies." She said as she remembered those peaceful days before she flew through a cloud. Gabriel could feel the warmness of the clouds as she was hovering above the clouds, as the beautiful sunlight would illuminate off of her while she flew in a graceful way with an inexplicable elegance.
"You always failed to catch me." She giggled to herself. "I also remember the days were me and Uriel used to race. We always argued who was the fastest Angel." She said, as her voice bare a smile.
Auriel never really knew how to express herself, granted she seemed a bit emotionless just like Sabrael sometimes. The only emotion that radiated from this woman was hope. Her words were true, nevertheless, no amount of sugar counting could hide that she was right. Cassiel didn't seem to be hurt or frustrated about it. It may have been because of her since he couldn't really stand Michael's overall complaining behavior. Ever since they were kids, he remembered they always were trying to outsmart each other. So very competitive and childish they once were. Still, even to this day, it seemed that the two were just like in the old days, no better than they were. Would these two ever grow up even?
The Breaker of Souls would chuckle with a peal of wholehearted laughter. He casually walked towards her as she tilted her head down in embarrassment. "There is no need to worry, dear Auriel." He spoke with a soft tone, it wasn't much to her surprise, since she knew that side of him already. "You are right, however, I won't indulge in self-pity. I accept the consequences of my actions. As a result of those consequences, I will bear the punishment that comes with them." He mentioned as Auriel would feel his right forearm slip around her waist, welcoming her into his embrace.
"Perhaps, I should have taught him the way. On the other hand, even if I did help, Donatello to master Xalnergy. I knew he was not ready." Cassiel said. "He was too impatient and hungered for too much power than he could bear." He declared. "I haven't told anyone. Perhaps, the Grand Seraphim knows of Donatello's overall flaws as a person. And so, because of those flaws and a hunger for power, he was not worthy nor ready for it. Xalnergy consumes your dark thoughts and amplifies them tenfold."
"You see, to be in perfect sync with it. It is like a dance, but it's not like just any dance, Auriel." He brought his left hand towards her face, his fingers gently gripping her chin as he stared into her hoodie, to get a better look at her face if she'd allow him. "Essentially, your partner is your dark self. You must be Yin and Yan at the same time, the balance in between." He said, his tone getting softer and softer as he spoke to her. "I believe that one day if you allow me. I can teach you how to perfectly master it. Even better than I can." He declared, his tone taking a serious approach before he smiled slightly. "Alas, I have a question, Auriel. Before the fight. What did you want to tell me?" He asked her.