Ok now that your looking read this.

Do not own Reborn or Wiki.

This maybe the last chapter for this, for two main reasons.

1: I'm running out of guys.

2: I'm running out of ideas.

Maybe if I get anymore ideas or people, I'll end it here. This has been my longest running story so far and it means a lot that you all reviewed and read this. I might do some more girls.

Thank you, thank you all.

Also keep an eye out for my Persona stories!

"Man you really ruin my image of a demon Gamma." You sighed as you watched him take another swing of his beer.

"And what's wrong with that Yukiko?"

"I spend more on beer for you then I do for food!" You exclaimed as you sat down beside Gamma.

Gamma's eyes widened when you grabbed his beer and drunk it. "My money, my beer." You spoke slowly.

You only drank half of its contents but you already fell the effects kicking in. It's so unfair that demon has already drank five and a half cans and showed no signs of drunkenness! You barely noticed Gamma place his arm around your shoulders.

Your face became flushed when you felt his breath on your neck. "If you want proof of what I am, how bout I show you in bed?"

And thus that night Gamma proved he is a demon in the sack.


In religion, folklore, and mythology a demon (or daemon, dæmon, daimon from Greek: δαίμων daimōn) is a supernatural being that is generally described as a malevolent spirit. In Christian terms demons are generally understood as fallen angels, formerly of God. A demon is frequently depicted as a force that may be conjured and insecurely controlled. The "good" demon in recent use is largely a literary device (e.g., Maxwell's demon), though references to good demons can be found in Hesiod and Shakespeare. In colloquial parlance, to "demonize" a person means to characterize or portray them as evil, or as a source of evil. The mythical Sweeney Todd was accorded the title Demon Barber of Fleet Street in a 1936 film. The 19th-century Australian cricketer Fred Spofforth was nicknamed "the Demon (Bowler)", partly because of his tactic of inspiring fear in batsmen.

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