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Good Books 27/33

Good Books 27/33 published on 1 Comment on Good Books 27/33

Aziraphale: The knowledge in that scroll is far too dangerous for the human race, Donnie. You’ll only get in trouble.

Donnie: And what if we don’t, Aziraphale? Can’t we at least be given the chance?

Aziraphale: It’s too risky–

Integra: Mr. Fell!…um, Aziraphale! Could you turn off your holy light for just a moment? Please?

Aziraphale: For a moment. Since you asked so politely.

Integra: Thank you. Alucard, rise.

Haven’t you recognized him yet, sir? He is The Bird of Hermes.

1 Comment

BigKwell on Sun Jan 04, 2009 9:53 am

Hmmm… I bet that was something Aziraphale didn’t consider.

Mars on Sun Jan 04, 2009 12:51 pm

… How is Alucard the bird of Hermes exactly? I’m confused (granted, as a lazy Hellsing fan, its probably in one of the volumes I haven’t read.)

SailorPtah on Sun Jan 04, 2009 6:25 pm

Since the very beginning, the text on his coffin has read, “The bird of Hermes is my name, eating my wings to make me tame.”

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