On April 21st 1967 the hundredth millionth GM vehicle rolled off the line at the plant in Janesville. A blue, two door Caprice. There was a big ceremony, speeches, Lieutenant Governor even showed up.

Three days later another car rolled off that same line, no one gave two craps about her, but they should have, because this 1967 Chevrolet Impala would turn out to be the most important car, no the most important object, pretty much in the whole universe.

She was first owned by Sal Moriarty, an alcoholic with two ex wives and three blocked artery's. On weekends he'd drive around, giving Bibles to the poor. "Gettin' folks right for Judgement Day." That's what he said. Sam and Dean don't know any of this, but if the did, I bet they'd smile.

After Sal died, she ended up at Rainbow Motors, a used car lot in Lawrence, where a young marine bought her on impulse, that is, after a little advice from a friend.

I guess that's where this story begins.

And here's where it ends...

It had been a couple of days since I woke up and Bobby was still keeping an eye on me. I had to admit, it was starting to get slightly annoying, but I knew it was better to be safe then sorry. The bite on my arm had calmed down, but it showed no signs of leaving. It was a sacrifice I was happy to live with. One scar for not being a zombie. I was sat crossed legged on my bed looking down at the scar, my finger tracing the outline over and over again. We have all the rings, we have a rough idea where Lucifer will be, and we have a plan. The clocks ticking now, soon it's going to be over. One way or another... I never thought I'd get to this point. I thought I'd die, well a year ago or so. I thought I would protect Dean until the apocalypse and then die. I let out a small laugh. I guess in some ways I have. I wonder what's going to happen once this is all over? If we get that far. My thoughts were interrupted by Dean who walked into the bed room. He looked tired; I knew he hadn't slept well since we told him about Sam's plan. When he did sleep it was restless, I think the idea of Sam ending in hell was getting to Dean. He'd seen it and although he never talked about it, he knew what faced Sam. He smiled at me as he crashed on the bed lying on his back so his face was near my crossed legs.

"Hey." I said with a small smile.

"Hi." He replied and then sighed heavily.

"What's wrong?" I asked as I started to play with his hair, running my fingers through it mindlessly. Dean smiled, I knew he liked when I did that, and it helped him relax. Something he really needed.

"I've been thinking." He replied closing his eyes.

"Ouch, that poor brain, why'd you make it work so hard?" I joked and he peeked one eye open. I smiled sweetly at him and he closed it again letting out a sigh.

"You're a funny woman." He said dryly.

"It's been said." I replied teasing him a little. "So what have you been thinking about?" I asked softly as I continued to play with his hair.

"Sam." He said and I stopped playing with his hair. He opened his eyes and they instantly met mine. I just looked into those green pools and waited for more detail. Dean flicked his eyes away from me. "I think I need to let him decide, about saying yes."

"What's made you change your mind?" I asked confused, Dean looked back into my eyes.

"Death, he thinks Sammy can do it." Dean replied, although he didn't sound too happy about it.

"He's not the only one." I replied and Dean sat up, he turned his body to face me.

"You think it's a good idea?" He asked sounding slightly bitter.

"Yes Dean. It's not great, and I sure as hell don't think we should use it as a base for a plan. But Sam, he thinks he can do it. He's as stubborn as you, so yeah I think he can do this." I replied honestly. Dean sat there thinking about what I said for a few moments then sighed again, running his hand down his face.

"I still see him as this little kid, my baby brother who I have to look out for. I don't want to lose him Megan. But it looks like the only way to stop all this is to let him go." Dean replied looking down at the bed. I grabbed his hand and Dean looked into my eyes. His eyes were watering as I smiled and squeezed his hand a little.

"You're doing the right thing Dean. Sam will make the right choice." I said softly. Dean nodded and pulled me into a tight hug. The sorrow and worry Dean was feeling washed over me in crashing waves, I almost felt like I was going to break down, I had no idea how Dean was surviving. He pulled away and smiled at me, before kissing me on the forehead.

"I'm going to tell him, before I change my mind." Dean said softly before clearing his throat.

"Good idea." I said with a small smile. I watched Dean walk out the room and then pulled out my mobile. I hit dial and waited for someone to answer.

"Hey, you've reached the number for Payton. Leave me a message and I'll get back to you as soon as possible." I sighed as I herd the message. Whenever I really needed Payton's advice or help, I got nothing. It was frustrating because I knew I couldn't rely on his help.

"Payton, its Megan. Look we have a plan; we have the rings and well... I don't know man. It's getting serious; I just think we could really do with your help. Call me." I sighed and put the phone away. Looks like we're in it alone...

I needed to clear my head, I needed to be focused and I needed to be ready to fight. I changed into some jeans and a vest top. I went out into the yard and decided to work out. With my powers I had to be careful how I worked out. I couldn't use my full strength, but if I didn't get it out my system it just worked me up more. It was a hard balance to find. I did press ups for about half an hour straight just to warm up. But my mind was still racing. Sam says yes to the devil and there has to be only one place he's heading for – me. He wants me to take Eve in; I don't even know what he'll do to get that done. What about Dean? When Sam says yes will Dean be able to let Sam go? What about Michael? The pair have to fight... what if Michael wins and Sam dies. Or worse, Lucifer wins... No I can't think like that. Not now, I need to keep focused. Stay in the moment. Focus.

"Focus." I said to myself shaking myself loose. I started to shadow fight. It helped keep my mind focus, my wolf in check and make me ready to fight. I was lost in controlling my bodies every movement, making sure every action had the right amount of force and speed. I held my leg out in a vertical split when I noticed Sam walking over to me in jogging bottoms and a t-shirt.

"Hey." He said and then looked impressed. "Nice. Want a sparing partner?" He asked as I lowered my leg and smiled.

"What if I kill you by accident?" I asked jokingly as I rolled my shoulders.

"You can go easy on me if you want." Sam joked and jumped on the spot warming up.

"Ok, but when you get hurt, don't go crying to Dean." I joked getting into a fighting stance.

"I won't if you don't." Sam laughed getting into his own fighting stance. I stood side on; it was easier for my attack style. Sam stood face on with his arms raised. We bowed our heads and then I smiled. Sam swung out first aiming for my head, I ducked left and giggled.

"That the best you got Winchester?" I asked as I swung my right leg up to kick Sam in the shoulder. On normal people it would be there head, but Sam was freakishly tall. He raised his hands and blocked, pushing my leg away.

"I'm just getting warmed up." Sam joked and dived at me. I wasn't expecting such a risky move. We fell to the floor and my back and head hit the hard ground at the same time. It didn't hurt too bad but was enough to shock me for a second. A second Sam took full advantage of. I raised my arms to block as Sam started to punch me. I used my upper body strength to sit up and knock him over so that we were in the reverse position. Only I didn't punch Sam, I jumped up and back flipped away. Sparing with Sam was fun, he was a challenge and it gave me no time to think. Sam jumped up and smiled. I laughed nodding back.

"Ok, yeah. Not bad." I joked as we circled each other. Sam kept attempting to punch me, but missing. I wasn't sure if he was doing it on purpose or just aiming badly. I finally caught one of his punches and was about to throw him when he tugged and pulled me over to him. He flipped me over his shoulder and I landed on the floor again with a thud. Before I had time to think Sam started to stamp his foot down, I had to keep rolling to the side until I realised what he was doing. As he stamped down for the third time I grabbed his foot and twisted it making him spin to the side to stop it from twisting, as he did, I grabbed his other foot and made him fall to the floor. Before he had time to move I put his leg in a lock and held it. Some how Sam managed to do the same to mine and we were stale mated.

"Nice hold." Sam panted out of breath.

"Yeah you're not so bad yourself." I replied catching my breath. "If only fighting Eve and Lucifer was this easy."

"I think I know a way of killing Eve." Sam replied and I let go of his foot. He did the same and pulled me to my feet.

"Are you serious?" I asked in shock. We'd talked about way to exercise her, but never killing her. I wasn't even sure there was a way. She wasn't a demon, she was a spirit, one, who's bones were long gone, if we could ever find her.

"Yeah, but it would mean you say yes too." Sam explained. He pushed his hair off his face.

"How?" I asked confused. I was stretching out my muscles, they ached and I knew it was a good sparing session.

"Well you're a werewolf now, so what if we stab you with your knife or Ruby's? We know it kills demons, and that's what she is effectively." Sam explained as he rolled his shoulder.

"Sam, I... I don't know what to say. I mean, I think it could actually work." I said thinking it through. There was no real reason why I couldn't survive it. I was a werewolf, and the blade wasn't silver in Ruby's knife. I was certain it would hurt like hell, but it would kill Eve.

"I passed it by Cass, he thinks it's possible, I mean if we could ask Payton he might know better." Sam said as we walked back towards the house. I nodded and smiled.

"Dude we have a plan to kill them both." I said with a smile and then we high fived.

After the work out and surprise that we might be able to take Eve out I needed a shower. I walked out of the bathroom wrapped in a towel and went to the bedroom. I closed the door behind me and went to my back pack to pull some clean clothes out. Killing Eve, we could kill Eve... I like this. No I love this. I thought smiling to myself. I pulled out some underwear and put pants on and dropped the towel. As if on queue Dean walked in.

"Dean shut the door!" I cried throwing my arms over my chest. Dean grinned at me closing the door behind him.

"Hello Mrs Winchester." He said walking over to me. I smirked at him shaking my head. He stood right in front of me and looked down at me. There was no gap between our bodies. He lent down and kissed my shoulder.

"Dean?" I said as he started to make his way up my collar bone.

"Hmm?" He asked, paying more attention to where he was kissing then anything else.

"Dean?" My voice grew weaker as he started to place small sweet kisses on my neck. My whole body shivered and Dean smiled. He held my waist as he worked up my neck and reached the bottom of my ear. "D...de..." I couldn't speak. My mind was running through all the things I could do to him right there and then. He reached my ear and sucked on it a little. I went slightly weak at the knees but Dean held me on my feet. He pulled away enough to look into my eyes. The green that was looking into mine were so damn sexy. So seductive and inviting. I smiled as I moved my face closer closing the gap and kissing him on the lips. I dropped my arms from my chest and started to pull his shirt off his body. Dean helped the shirt drop to the floor. I stepped back so that he could pull off his t-shirt but as soon as it reached his head I was back closing the gap between us. I started to kiss his chest as he threw the shirt to the floor. He wrapped his arms around my legs and lifted me up. I wrapped my legs around his waist and started to kiss his neck and shoulder. He carried me over to the bed and dropped me on it. I crawled backwards and Dean fallowed me. Our lips never more than a few cm away from each other. As I laid back on the bed Dean unfastened his jeans and wiggled them off. He laid over me, propping himself up on his elbows as we exchanged heated kissed. He tucked some of my loose hair behind my ear and trailed his hand down the side of me so lightly that he barely touched me. Yet at the same time it sent me wild. He reached the top of my pants and smirked at me seductively.

"You know, Bobby sent me to fetch you so we could go." Dean said his voice husky and slightly breathless. He paused looking into my eyes. I smiled up at him and ran my hand down the curve of his back.

"I think Bobby can wait a little longer..." I said tugging on the back of his pants. Dean let out a rich laugh.

"I knew I married you for a reason." He joked before he pulled my pants off...

We got dressed and made our way downstairs. Bobby wasn't pleased that we were making him wait and as such made us load the cars up. Cass wondered what had taken Dean so long to tell me that we were leaving. Sam had tried to pretend he knew nothing which only made Cass worse. Eventually we loaded up my Camero and Dean's Impala. What we were about to do wasn't going to be as fun by anyone's standards. Sam and Dean got into the Impala, and me Bobby and Cass climbed into mine. Bobby gave me directions to the warehouse where he knew demons would be. We were going to bleed them. Something I personally had mixed feelings for. I drank demons blood, it was how I fed my animal cravings, however since Eve, and I hadn't actually drunk the blood. I'd managed to stay ok with how I was. But Sam, he didn't need to drink. The only reason he was drinking was to get a power boost. I thought killing the demons was always a good thing, just it meant we had to kill the people inside too. Something even now I'm not totally comfortable with.

I knew if I helped collect the blood that I'd want a taste, and that would lead to me needing more. I was more then happy staying outside with Bobby, discussing where Lucifer could be amongst other things.

"Are you even bothered you sold your soul?" I sighed resting on the boot on my Camero. Bobby had laid pieces of paper with omens on it, but I wanted to talk about his soul. Something he wasn't so happy to discuss.

"Look kid, if we all die now what's it matter?" Bobby asked shaking his head. Although we both felt strongly neither us had lost our tempers, yet.

"You'll be in hell. That kinda sucks." I said picking up a piece of paper.

"Yeah well nothing you can do about it now." Bobby muttered as I scanned the page, it was about snow storms in the middle of the day in the Sahara Desert.

"Fine, but if we get out of this alive, getting your soul back will be next on my to do list. After mini-break in New York." I said still reading the paper. Bobby let out a small snigger and I looked up at him and smiled. It broke the building tension and worry we were both feeling about going up against the Devil.

"Girl, you are one of a kind." He admitted shaking his head. I was about to reply when the smell of fresh blood made it my way. I could feel how the wolf in me stirred; it liked blood, even demon blood. I turned my back on it as Castiel and Sam loaded up the Impala with large bottles of it. Dean walked over to me and Bobby.

"I still can't get used to you at eye level." Dean joked as he reached us. Bobby smirked sarcastically. I wrapped my arm around Dean. Touching him, helped keep my wolf in check, he was a very calming influence on me.

"So was I right?" Bobby asked about the demons.

"As always Yoda, two stunt demons inside. Just like you said." Dean said looking at both of us.

"Did you get it?" Bobby asked plainly. Bobby knew I was struggling being around the blood so thankfully he didn't go into too much detail of what it was.

"Yeah all the go juice Sammy can drink." Dean said as we all glanced over at Sam who was loading up the boot. He was looking at his hand; it looked like he had got some blood on it. I turned back to the papers we had on my boot.

"You ok?" Bobby asked Dean. They were still watching Sam.

"Not really. What you got?" Dean asked changing the topic. They both turned to me and the boot. I caught Dean's eye for a second and I knew how wrong he felt about doing the whole thing. The best I could do was give him a supportive smile.

"We've been searching for omens, anything really." I said looking at the rubbish I'd been through already. In the omen department things were looking weak.

"These look like omens to you?" Bobby asked passing Dean some stuff I hadn't checked. "Cyclone in Florida, temperature dropping in Detroit, wild fires in L. A." Bobby reeled them off.

"Wait, what, what in Detroit?" Dean asked and I looked up from the paper I was looking at.

"The temps dropping about 20 degrees but only in a five block radius of down town Motown." Bobby explained. Me and Dean traded looks. We knew what that meant.

"That's the one." Dean said plainly. "Devils in Detroit."

"Really?" Bobby asked surprised. "Far as foreboding goes, its a little light in the loafers, are you sure?" Dean nodded.

"He always said Detroit." I said plainly. I remembered all the time the Devil said he was going to get Sam, every time it was Detroit. More of what I had seen in the future was coming true. A knot started to form in my stomach as I thought about it. If this is true as well... are we going to lose Sam? Are we going to lose?

Bobby joined me in my baby on the way to Detroit. We fallowed Sam and Dean. For once I didn't have music playing. I was tapping the steering wheel as I thought. Sam is going to say yes to Lucifer, in Detroit. He's going to die. Sam is going to die. Not only is he going to say yes he's going to die. If I mess up with Eve, then Dean is also going to die. If Sam fails, Dean, Bobby and the world is going to die. When we leave Detroit someone maybe more will be dead. My thumb hit the wheel harder and harder as my brain scrambled to try and find a way out of this where no one died. Nothing was working.

"Girl, you need to relax a little." Bobby said snapping me out my thoughts. "You hit that steering wheel any harder and they'll be nothing left to drive with."

"Someone's going to die before we leave Detroit Bobby; I need to find a way to save them." I sighed shaking my head a little. My mind was still racing to formulate a plan.

"You can't save everyone. Sam and Dean, there big boys, they know what they've sighed up for. Me, I'm too old to care. Castiel would rather be dead then a useless human. We all know the risk honey; we just ain't focusing on that." Bobby replied. I sighed running a hand through my hair.

"We've got a plan about Eve." I blurted out. My mind was racing so fast that I didn't even think about what I was saying.

"Good, I'm glad you been thinking about it. Everyone's been so caught up in the Devil; we haven't thought much bout Eve." Bobby replied watching me as I drove. He was surprisingly calm about it all.

"It's more Sam's idea, but it seems logical to me." I replied watching the Impala in front of me. I couldn't help but wonder what they were talking about. "I say yes to Eve, use my wolf side to gain control long enough to either stab or get stabbed my mine or Ruby's knives. Cass thinks it'll work." I replied as I started to tap my thumb again.

"You want to say yes again?" Bobby snapped.

"It's the only way. Plus I'm stronger now; I have the wolf side to help me fight it." I sighed watching the road.

"Have you managed to ask Payton?" Bobby asked and I glanced at him.

"No, I've not herd from him since before Pestilence." I admitted. "He was angry though, I just hope he hasn't done anything stupid."

"Well if Cass thinks it might work, hell, we're giving all outside bets a shot now." Bobby said sighing to himself. The car fell silent for a while as we drove. I tried not to think any more, I tried to focus on the Impala and how rubbish a car it was compared to my baby. It didn't help, I always found myself wondering back to the up coming fight. The loss we were about to face if everything went well, and if it all went balls up.

"What you gonna do after all this, I mean, if Sam does this." Bobby asked breaking the silence. I glanced at him.

"I dunno." I admitted shrugging my shoulders. I hadn't thought much about it seriously. I knew Dean wanted a normal life but I was never going to be normal. "I guess try and find Sam a way out." I admitted honestly.

"No." Bobby said seriously and I looked at him confused.

"No?" I asked checking I had herd him right.

"No." Bobby repeated. "You're not going to find a way out for Sam." Bobby said firmly. I glanced at him again confused.

"I'm not?" I asked slightly annoyed that Bobby was actively stopping me from helping Sam escape hell.

"No. You and Dean, you have a good thing going-" Bobby started to say.

"Bobby." I sighed. We'd talked about this before and I thought he was on my side.

"No, don't Bobby me. Look I know what the boy wants and I know what you can give him. It's the same thing. All he wants is love and family. You can give him that. So what you have a furry side, nobodies perfect, but you two, match so well. I know love, and I know you two love each other too much to let your condition affect it. You can't throw that away after all you've been through together." Bobby said firmly.

"But he wants normal. I'm not normal." I sighed, I felt like hitting my head against a brick wall. It was a circular argument I'd had with pretty much everyone. I had accepted that I was different and not what Dean needed a long time ago. I was just waiting for everyone else to catch up.

"He wants you, you eijet!" Bobby shouted at me. I glanced and sighed. The car fell silent again. I let out a sarcastic laugh and Bobby turned to me with a questioning look.

"The worlds about to end and I still the most complicated thing in my life is my relationship with my husband." I said laughing.

We got to Detroit and found the centre of the cold spot. Bobby checked out the building, but to be honest I could smell the demons a mile off; the place reeked of them. Everyone was nervous and uneasy. No one knew if the plan would work. And if it did we would lose Sam. There was no up side to this plan, not for us.

"Demons, at least two dozen of them." Bobby said walking over to me and Dean who were stood closest. "You were right some thing's up."

"More than something, he's here I know it." Dean said and looked at me. I nodded and Bobby glanced to the floor.

"I can... sense him. It's hard to explain." I replied. I could feel something pulling me to the building, something evil. Dean walked past us all and went to unlock the boot. Sam got up from leaning on the Impala and sighed. Bobby walked over to him.

"See you around kid." Bobby said nearly in tears.

"See you around." Sam replied with so much emotion his voice was barely above a whisper. They man hugged and I had to take a deep breath. The amount of worry and sadness that was coming from everyone took my breath away.

"When he gets in, you fight him tooth and nail, you understand?" Bobby asked holding back the tears as they pulled out the hug. "Keep swinging, don't give an inch."

"Yes sir." Sam replied. Bobby walked back over to me and I gave him a small hug. I saw Sam wipe his face and I walked over to him. He smiled at me, but it was such a sad smile.

"Well this is going to be awkward if we mess up." I joked as I reached him. Sam let out a small laugh.

"Oh yeah." He added. I took a deep breath and looked into his eyes. It was so hard to say good bye.

"You're a brother to me Sam. After loosing my family, you took me in, and for that, I can never repay you." I said seriously, trying not to cry. I could see Sam fighting the tears too. "But dude, if I end up kissing you, I'm sorry; I might have to kill you myself." I joked and Sam laughed again. I couldn't do serious and sad; I knew if I did, I would break down in tears and fight to get Sam as far away from Lucifer as possible.

"That's fair." He said pulling me into a bear hug. I buried my face in his chest and held him close as tears started to fall from my cheeks. I meant it when I said Sam was a brother to me. He was always there to listen, to keep the peace, to research with, to laugh with, to tease and be teased by. I might have only known Sam two years, but I loved him.

"Take care of Dean for me." He whispered before kissing my head. I took a deep breath and stepped away.

"Always." I said barely above a whisper as I wiped the tears away. I saw Dean looking at me. He was nearly in tears too. I looked down and wiped my face again. Now wasn't the time to lose it. Not now. Sam took a deep breath and walked over to Castiel.

"Take care of these guys ok?" Sam asked extending his hand to Cass. Cass looked sad.

"That's not possible." He sighed and I closed my eyes and shook my head softly. I herd Sam sigh.

"Then humour me." Sam asked. I opened my eyes and watched Cass, try to lie. It was painful.

"Oh, I'm supposed to lie." He sighed. "Um sure, it'll be fine." I shook my head at Cass.

"Just, just, stop doing..." Sam begged. Cass looked uneasy and glanced at Dean before dropping his head. Sam walked over to Dean and another breath taking wave of sorrow, and loss hit me. Sam looked into the boot at the bottles of blood. Dean was watching Sam the whole time.

"You mind not watching this?" Sam pleaded. Dean walked over to me and Bobby.

I pulled Dean into a small hug and he held me by his side. I tried to stay strong, but after loosing so many people, I found it hard to keep it together at the thought of loosing Sam.

"Um, you know I'm coming up with you." I said clearing my throat. I had to focus on the job or I would be a wreck.

"What? No your not." Dean said pulling away from me. He looked angry.

"I am Dean. Eve is up there. I have to take her out." I replied. Dean glanced to Bobby for help but all he did was shrug his shoulders.

"You can't go too. I'd be handing Lucifer everything he wants on one plate!" Dean yelled.

"Look it's the best shot we've got. She will do anything to keep Lucifer alive in Sam. She might try to kill you! So I'm going to keep her busy!" I said firmly.

"No." Dean said shaking his head.

"It is the most sensible option. Lucifer and Eve will not harm Megan. She would be able to protect you." Cass said softly. "It has always been her destiny to be in this fight and protect you Dean." Cass added but Dean glared at him. Cass dropped his head.

"Look, even if I wasn't married to you. I am not letting you and Sam walk in there alone. Especially if this messes up. It will be you against the freaking devil!" I yelled making Dean look at me. We stared into each others eyes. I could see he was more worried about loosing both me and Sam then me actually going with them. But I knew I had to. I couldn't wait and see who came back. It wasn't my style. We were both stubborn, something I actually liked in Dean.

"Fine." Dean sighed looking to the floor. Bobby passed Dean Ruby's knife.

"What's this for?" Dean asked confused glancing from the knife to me and Bobby.

"I need to say yes to control Eve. If you stab me, with the knife, it should kill her, but I'll live." I explained. Dean started to shake his head.

"Now you're saying yes again?" He shouted.

"Yeah I might have to Dean. Look can you stab me or not?" I asked stubbornly, this was the plan; Dean had two choices, help or stay out the way.

"I..." Dean hesitated looking at the knife then me. "I... can't." He said softly looking into my eyes.

"Dean, there will only be you up there. I might not be able to take control straight away and I don't want you to die." I said putting my hands over his and the knife. Dean looked back into my eyes and took a deep breath.

"Ok." He said softly pulling away from me.

"Good. Do it if you have to." I sighed and reached for my boot. "Otherwise I have mine here, and I'll do it myself."

Before we could argue about it any more Sam walked over to us. He stunk of demon blood and it made the wolf side of me fight to be released. I closed my eyes and built higher walls to hold it back. This was going to be harder then I thought. I opened my eyes and Sam walked past us.

"Ok, let's go." Sam said and I saw how worried Dean looked and more importantly how high Sam looked. Me and Dean fallowed Sam out onto the street. "Alright! We're here you sons of bitches! Come and get!" Sam yelled and demons walked out onto the street.

"Hey guys, is your father home?" Dean asked and I smiled.

We were man handled up the stairs to the top floor. They pushed us into the room, me, Sam then Dean in a row; and my heart jumped to my throat. Lucifer was stood by the window, looking out and Eve was sat in a chair looking dead at me. She smiled as she saw me and I glared back.

"Hey guys, so nice of you to drop in." Lucifer said with his back to us.

The Impala has of course, all the things other cars have, and a few things they don't. But none of that stuffs important. This is the stuff that's important. The army man that Sam crammed in the ash tray; it's still stuck there. Or the Lego's that Dean shoved into the vents; to this day, heat comes on they can hear it rattle. These are the things that made the car theirs. Really theirs.

Even when Dean rebuilt her from the ground up, he made sure all these little things stayed. Cos it's the blemishes that make her beautiful.

The devil doesn't know or care what kind of car the boys drive.

Lucifer blew on the window and it froze up, he drew a pitch fork in the frost. "Sorry if it's a bit chilly, most people think I burn hot." He said with his back to us. Eve smiled. "It's actually quiet the opposite."

"We'll alert the media." Dean said sarcastically. Lucifer turned to Dean and looked mildly annoyed.

"Help me understand something guys." Lucifer said walking over to us. "I mean stomping through my front door is... a tad suicidal don't you think?" Dean glanced at Sam at the same time I did. We knew if he wanted to Lucifer could kill Dean on the spot.

"We're not here to fight you." Sam said trying to sound strong, but it was too forced, you could tell he was scared.

"No?" Lucifer asked looking at Sam. "Then why are you?" He asked confused.

"I want to say yes." Sam said looking Lucifer dead in the eye. Eve sat up in her chair, her lips pursed as she thought about what Sam said. The pair looked at each other for a few seconds.

"Excuse me?" Lucifer asked checking he herd Sam right. Sam closed his eyes and took a deep breath. The demons that were stood behind us all died in a flash. "Chock full of Ovaltean are we?" He asked sounding unimpressed.

"You herd me. Yes." Sam said his body was shaking; Eve got up walked up to the side of Lucifer. She wrapped her arm around Lucifer's waist.

"He's serious." She said glancing from Sam to Lucifer. We all glanced at each other and Dean looked ready to run, he really didn't like how this was going.

"Look, Judgement Day is a run away train, we get it now. We just want off." Sam said nervously. He was shaking and trying to stay calm.

"Meaning?" Lucifer asked plainly.

"Deal of the century. I give you a free ride, but when it's all over. I live, he lives, she lives and you bring our parents back." Sam demanded. Lucifer glanced down at Eve and they shared a smile. Something in the way they looked made the knot in my stomach turn tighter.

"Ok, can we please drop the Tella Novella?" Lucifer asked plainly. "I know you have the rings Sam." Lucifer said and I took a deep breath. No. Come on! No don't let it go like this. This was worse then we planned for. We never knew that the devil would know about the rings. I looked to the floor then glanced at Sam and Dean. Dean looked worried, he was looking at Sam. And Sam was looking Lucifer dead in the eyes.

"I have no idea what you're talking about." Sam lied. It was a good lie, almost convincing.

"The Horsemen's rings the magic keys to my cage." Lucifer said walking up to the side of Sam. Eve stood there and watched, the smile on her face growing. "Ring a bell?" Lucifer asked as he reached Sam's side. My stomach fell and I closed my eyes. This is it... we are going to die. I thought as Lucifer walked behind Sam and back round the side of me. Lucifer ran his fingers along my arm as he passed me. I forced myself not to react. Lucifer watched my eyes and then looked back at Sam. "Come on Sam, I never lied to you, the least you could do is pay me the say respect." He stopped in front of me and we all turned to him. "It's ok I'm not mad." Lucifer said softly looking at me. "A wrestling match inside your noggin, I like the idea. Just and me, one round, no tricks. You win I jump in the hole, I win, well I win." Lucifer said with a small smile on his face. Eve made her wave over to his side again and smiled.

"What about you?" Eve asked looking at me. I gave her a quick smile.

"If Sam loses, we'll see." I replied trying to sound strong. Eve glanced at Lucifer and he nodded looking at me with a sick smile.

"Well what do you say Sam? A fiddle of gold against your soul, says I'm better than you." Lucifer said singing the last part. My heart was racing; the plan had fallen apart in the space of seconds. I knew Sam was strong, but now, standing in front of Lucifer, I wasn't even sure I was strong enough to stop this all from ending. Sam and Lucifer stood there watching each other. I could feel the anger and adrenaline build in Sam, his heart was getting faster and louder. He was getting himself psyched up to do this. I looked at Sam at the same time Dean did.

"So, he knows, doesn't change anything." Sam said not looking at either of us.

"Sam no." I pleaded softly.

"Sam." Dean said looking worried.

"We don't have any other choice." Sam admitted still looking at Lucifer. He was still shaking on the spot.

"No." Dean said softly looking from Sam to Lucifer.

"Yes." Sam said manning up and looking Lucifer dead in his eyes. I shook my head. This was all wrong; this wasn't the way it was meant to go. This was very wrong and we needed to get out of there now. Lucifer grinned and closed his eyes.

A blinding white light shone and the ear piercing sharp noise started. I covered my eyes with my arm as the light got brighter. This is wrong, this is so wrong... I thought. The light faded and there was only me, Dean and Eve stood. Sam and Lucifer were laid on the floor. I glanced at Dean then Sam quickly. Eve took a step forward and I glared at her.

"Don't you even dare." I threatened. She smiled at me.

"Aww come on now Megan. I can play fair." She said holding her hands up and backing away slightly. Dean pulled the rings from his pocket and threw them at the wall.

"Bvtmon...Tabges...Babalon." Dean said with his hand out to the rings. The wall started to cave in on itself and soon a hole appeared, sucking air into it. I turned to Eve and she looked scared, it was clear she had never seen it before. We both turned to see Sam wake up and started to get to his feet.

"Dean!" I shouted keeping an eye on Eve as Dean rushed to help Sam to his feet.

"Sammy?" Dean yelled as he reached Sam.

"Dean!" Sam yelled he was still on the floor. For a second I felt relieved, Sam had won, he was strong enough. But I knew that meant soon we would lose him forever. I looked at Eve and she looked worried, watching the two men very closely.

"Sammy!" Dean yelled helping Sam up. Sam cried out in pain, he looked like he was fighting hard. I knew how hard it was to fight Eve, but Lucifer had to be ten times worse.

"I can feel him. Oh god!" Sam said clutching his head in pain.

"You gotta go now!" Dean yelled getting Sam on his feet. Sam stared at the hole. "Go now Sammy. Now!" Dean yelled and Sam took one last look at us and walked towards the hole. He got so far and then paused, just looking at the hole. I looked at Eve, she was smiling. I started to shake my head as Sam turned around to face us.

"I was just messing with you. Sammy's long gone." Lucifer said and Eve smirked at me, walking over to him. He turned back to the wall and held his hand out. "Chdr bvtmon bay havo eb." He chanted and the hole closed. Lucifer picked up the rings and put them in his pocket. "I told you, this would always happen in Detroit." Lucifer said looking at Dean. The pair stared at each other for a few moments, the realisation of everything that we had just lost sinking in.

"So Megan, what do you say? Want to go for round two?" Eve asked wiggling two fingers in the air. I turned to Dean, I'd never, never seen him so broken as he looked then. He was near in tears. He looked into my eyes with a sadness that ran so deep that it made me take a deep breath. I blinked and turned to face Eve again. She was smirking; she knew they had won and that it would only be a matter of time before I fell in line. I glanced to Sam... No, Lucifer, and he just stared into my eyes waiting patiently for me to answer. I took another deep breath and closed my eyes. I was trying to sense Sam, I needed some sign that he was still in there, still fighting back. Any thing to make me believe some small part of this wasn't lost. That we hadn't just handed Lucifer everything he needed to end the world.

"I wouldn't waste your time." Lucifer said as and I opened my eyes. Dean glanced at me confused. "I told you, he's gone."

"So you say." I replied softly. I refused to believe Sam wasn't in there any more. He had to be in there. He has to... he has to... I kept repeating to myself, I couldn't no wouldn't face that this was how it was all going to end.

"So what'll it be?" Eve asked walking in front of Lucifer but stopping just short of me and Dean. I smiled and nodded slowly. I stepped in front of Dean and I felt the wave of loss hit me. He thought he was about to loose me too.

"Well," I said walking right up to Eve. "Why don't you go back to hell?" I asked pulling my knife from my boot and swinging out at Eve. She grabbed my arm and wrestled me for the knife. She was strong, but thanks to the wolf in me and all the emotions I had felt, I was just as strong. I felt the fire burn in my stomach and the rage flood up my spine and into my veins. If this was my last stand, I was going to give it everything I could to make it count. I growled at Eve, a low, throat growl, it would have scared me, if I didn't know it was coming from me.

"Megan!" Dean shouted. He didn't know what to do; he just stood there and watched in total shock. We struggled for a few more moments and I started to get the upper hand.

"Enough!" Lucifer yelled and walked over to us. I had the blade inches away from Eve's throat. I glanced at him and glared. "Enough of this." He said standing next to me. "Let Eve go." He said towering over me.

"Why the hell should I?" I growled turning to Eve and pushing on the blade a little. Her eyes widened and she looked worried.

"Because I'll let you and Dean leave here unharmed." Lucifer said and I glanced back at him. I gave him a questioning look, he had everything he needed, there was no reason he would stay honest now. "You know you can trust my word." He said softly. I stared into his eyes but as far as I could tell, he was telling the truth. I lowered the knife and stood back by Dean.

"Why did you do that? We need her." Eve cried as she held her throat. Lucifer smiled down at her, then turned back to look at me and Dean.

"She will come to us in her own time. Don't worry my love, she'll be your vessel before this is all over. Once Michael is destroyed she'll have no choice." Lucifer said looking me dead in the eyes. I glared at the pair of them as we herd wings and then they were both gone.

We've lost...

I turned to Dean. He was crying, he spun round in a circle and held he hands over his head. He was beside himself with shock and sorrow. This was exactly what we had hoped never to happen. We'd lost Sam to Lucifer and we had lost the world to the apocalypse. We'd lost. I looked at Dean as he turned to face me and the hurt he felt inside made me drop to my knees. It was too much emotion to take when I already felt so broken. Dean dropped to his knees too and I wrapped my arms around him as he cried. I held him close and tried to calm him down. My tears rolling down my cheeks as we just sat there in a heap in silence.

I'd lost a lot of people in my time, my family, my friends, hell I'd even lost the boys a few times, but always in the back of my mind I knew things would be ok. I knew that deep down some how I'd see them again, be that in Heaven or because the Winchesters had the unique way of coming back from the grave. But this time was different. I hadn't lost Sam to Death, he hadn't been killed in the line of duty. He was up and walking around. He was there. He was Lucifer. We'd lost Sam to something much worse than Death. Sam would be forever trapped within his own body, helpless to fight back, to get even. It cut me up inside knowing how hard we had all fought, how hard Sam had fought to stop this from happening. We had let him down. We had failed. I saw how it cut Dean to the core, how it made him crushed inside. How he was now a failing man with nothing left.

But what was worse, what made things harder for me, was I knew I'd soon give in. I knew that sooner rather then later, I'd say yes to Eve. More then likely in stupid attempt to save Dean and Bobby from dying. But one way or another, like Lucifer said I would end up as Eve's vessel. After all the fighting I had tried, that I would end up at his side for all eternity. I bowed my head resting it on Dean as the tears fell off my cheeks.

We've lost everything...

We decided that we had to move. Without speaking we both knew we had to find something, anything to stop Sam from dying in vein. We pulled ourselves up off the floor and looked at each other. I didn't know what to say to Dean, and I knew he wouldn't want to talk about it. It was just the way he coped. Push it down and deal with it later. At that moment in time, I liked the idea.

"We should go, Bobby and Cass will be wondering." I said softly, clearing my throat and wiping the last of the tears away. Dean nodded taking a deep breath and fallowed me out the building. I'd never had a walk so hard as coming out of the building and seeing Cass and Bobby's faces. As soon as they saw us they knew. It was hard not to tell. Cass looked to the floor where as Bobby's eyes began to water up. I wasn't sure what to say to them but thankfully they didn't need the words. We started to walk down the street almost in a daze. I guess it was the shock hitting all of us. We noticed a small group of people stood watching TV's in a shop window. We walked over to hear what was happening.

"Reports are flooding in - a 7.6 earthquake in Portland, 8.1 in Boston, more in Hong Kong, Berlin, and Tehran The U.S.G.S. has no explanation but says to expect a six-figure death toll." The TV's blared out showing images of the disaster everywhere. On the streets you could hear emergency services going everywhere. People running around in blind panic. We'd started this, we had started Judgement Day.

"It's starting." Cass said watching the TV's and then walking past us. I watched the images in disbelief. I couldn't wrap my head around the idea this was all real, that the world was ending. I kept expecting myself to wake up any minute and hear Dean snoring softly in the bed next to me. But I never woke up.

"Yeah, you think genius?" Dean said sarcastically. Cass had his back to us.

"You don't have to be mean." Cass replied softly.

"So what do we do now?" Dean asked looking at Cass for answers. Cass shook his head.

"I suggest we imbibe copious amounts of alcohol... Just wait for the inevitable blast wave." Cass said still with his back to us.

"Well thank you Bukowski, I... I mean, how do we stop it?" Dean asked and I glanced at him. He still wanted to fight; I guess it was because it was all that he ever knew how to do. Fight and carry on. Never give an inch until you were dead, and even then I'd known the boys to keep fighting.

"We don't." Cass said turning to face me and Dean. "Lucifer will meet Michael on the chosen field, and the battle of Armageddon begins." Cass explained. He was as broken as any of us. I didn't need my powers to see it.

"And where's this chosen field?" Dean asked plainly. Cass shook his head.

"I don't know." He said softly, he was near in tears, he looked away from us.

"Well there's got to be something we can do!" Dean yelled nearly in tears himself. He was mad and had to do something, he was the type of person who fought to the end. And believe me, we were at the end.

"I'm sorry Dean, this is over." Cass said facing us again. I nodded softly.

"Well you listen to me you junk-less sissy, we are not giving up! Bobby." Dean said firmly as Bobby wondered over to us. I could sense his shear shock. "Bobby?" Dean asked noticing how heart broken and lost Bobby looked. He looked up at us with a blank face.

"It was never much hope to begin with." Bobby admitted softly. "I don't know what else to do." He added still in shock. Dean turned to each of us, but we just didn't know what to do any more. He walked back over to his car.

I sighed running a hand through my hair. Reality was setting in and she was a mean bitch. We knew that Lucifer would have to fight Michael before everything could go south. We also knew that Eve would want my body sooner rather then later. There wasn't a lot that could be done to stop either thing from happening. Cass and Bobby just didn't know what to do any more and neither did I.

"I'm going to find Dean." I said softly glancing at the pair. I knew they'd tried their hardest to stop all this and now I had to try my hardest. They nodded as I walked away from them, heading for the alley where I parked my Camero. As I reached her I looked down the alley to where the Impala was, but she was empty. Where ever Dean was, he wasn't in his baby. I climbed into the Camero and closed the door. I took a deep breath and felt the sting of fresh tears reach my eyes. As they fell freely down my cheeks, I sat there and sobbed to myself.

"This can't be how it ends." I sobbed resting my head on the steering wheel. "I need to think. Come on Megan think!" I yelled at myself getting mad. Lucifer fights Michael, I can't stop it nor can I save Sam from it. Eve wants me... Lucifer loves Eve, and Eve wants me. There has to be some way to use this to our advantage. I need to find a way to make this work for us. Would he be willing to use her as a bargaining chip? I love Dean and I know I would give myself for him. Would Lucifer do the same for Eve? It's the only thing I have felt now... OK. Ok so this is a plan... Eve for Lucifer... At least that would stop the apocalypse. It won't bring Sam back, but... I guess we had planned for that to happen anyway. I wiped away the tears and sat up. I reached into my phone and dialled the one number I thought would be able to help me. The phone rang a few times and I wasn't even sure if this would work.

"Hey, you've reached the number for Payton. Leave me a message and I'll get back to you as soon as possible." I sighed as I herd the message again.

"Payton, Sam said yes. We've lost. But, but I think I know a way to save the world from the apocalypse. I need your help though man. I need you here. Wherever you are, God I hope you hear this in time." I said and hung up. I took a deep breath and held it. Now I needed to tell Dean my plan. I found his number and rested my finger over the dial button. He's going to hate this plan. He won't want me to do it. But it has to be the only way... I know I can control Eve. I've done it once... No this is the plan. I'm telling him and then summoning her. No one else to going to die tonight. Not because of the angels pissing match any way.

"Long distance is a bitch." I herd a voice said in the seat next to me. I jumped as I turned and saw Payton sat in the passenger side of the car. He looked rough. He had gashes on his head and blood running down the side. His lip was bust and it looked like his nose might have been broken. He had massive cuts in his jeans and his t-shirt was ripped into ribbons. He was clutching his side and all in all it looked like someone had done a real number on him. He rested his head back on the seat and closed his eyes.

"What the hell happened to you?" I asked putting my phone back in my pocket and trying to help Payton get comfortable anyway I could.

"Do you really need to ask?" He whined as he moved his arm. It was clearly broken.

"Angels?" I asked helping him straighten his arm out. It cracked and Payton cursed under his breath.

"One particular angel." He winced as he opened his eyes. I looked into the blue of his eyes and saw the ocean in them rock in unsettled wave after wave of blues.

"Lucifer did this to you?" I asked shocked. To be frank, I was more shocked that he was still alive, every other angel Lucifer had gone up against, and he'd killed. Even his baby brother Gabriel.

"Bingo. Damn it." He said sitting back up. Payton looked worse then I had ever seen him. Even when he ripped the wolf out of me.

"How? Why? What happened?" I asked shocked and confused. Payton started to cough and raised his hand over his mouth. It looked like it hurt like hell. As he moved his hand away I saw the blood. He glanced at me then looked back down at his hand with a sigh.

"Well that's certainly not welcome." He muttered to himself and then wiped it on his torn jeans. He turned to me and tried to smile but it looked like it hurt too much. "I was in India, trying to locate some charm that could keep Sam safe from Lucifer taking his body. Only big bro was there waiting for me." He moved in the seat and held his head. "He wanted me to join him. He said I had rebelled just like he had and I should just join with the winning side."

"What did you say?" I asked reaching into the back of the Camero, behind the driver's side and pulled out a first aid kit. I pulled out a bandage and started to wrap a cut on Payton's arm. Payton laughed and then held his side.

"I told him to stick it." He said holding his side. I smiled and continued to bandage his arm.

"How'd you get out alive?" I asked concerned.

"Once bro knew I wasn't going to play ball, he got mad." Payton wiped some blood away from his mouth. "He started to beat the crap out of me, but I wouldn't fight back. I couldn't, even though I knew everything his done."

"He's your brother." I replied tying off the bandage.

"He's the Devil." Payton replied looking me dead in the eyes. I went back to the first aid box and pulled out another bandage.

"He's in Sam now." I replied softly as I started to clean the wound on his head.

"Yeah, I guessed." Payton sighed closing his eyes. "After I refused to fight him, he got Eve to pay me a little visit. She started to torture me in ways I'd rather not go into." He opened his eyes and looked at me. He looked so sad. "I'm so sorry Megan; I couldn't help it, I... I told them about the rings... I had to make it end." He was nearly in tears.

"Dude, it's ok. You, you had to. It's not like you gave up the information out of choice." I said rubbing his cheek with my thumb and giving him a small smile. Payton looked down and nodded.

"I should have been stronger." He admitted.

"You are strong enough." I replied and he looked up to me and shook his head.

"I'm not. But it doesn't matter. Some demons showed not long after that and said they herd Sam was ready to say Uncle. I knew it meant you guys had all the rings, but it was too late. I knew Lucifer would take full control. I'm just surprised you're not Eve yet." Payton said plainly as I finished cleaning the cut on his head.

"Yeah well about that. Me and Sam have a plan. And I think it still will work." I replied avoiding eye contact with Payton.

"A plan about Eve?" Payton asked as he cracked all the bones in his wrist back into place.

"Yeah." I said and looked at him. He looked worried. "Sam thinks if we stab her with Ruby's or my knife, while she's inside me. It will kill her. Like it does demons. But because of my werewolf side, I should be able to survive." I explained. Payton sat there thinking about it while a strand of hair fell in front of his face. I moved closer and brushed it away. He took my hand and looked deep into my eyes.

"You know this plan is dangerous and probably wont work?" He whispered more because our faces were so close that if he had talked normally I would have been deafened. I nodded.

"What else is there left to do? Lucifer's riding Sam to the prom, Dean doesn't know what else to do and Eve wants my body. I plan on giving her it, then taking over and bargaining with Lucifer for it. Him in the box, so that she can live." I whispered back plainly. Payton looked into my eyes again. He was searching for something, I wasn't sure what. I couldn't read him, his was stone to me and normally I'd love that, but sat there, it worried me slightly. He smiled and rubbed his thumb over the back of my hand. He then let go of my hand and I moved back slightly.

"This plan might work. Even if it doesn't, if we can get rid of Eve. It's one down." Payton replied clearing his throat. I nodded.

"So, can you help me?" I asked plainly.

I had a plan. It was stupid and after Sam's example it probably meant that I would be left trapped inside my own body for all eternity. But when there was nothing else we could do, I had to try. I got Payton as bandaged up as I could. He was a bit of baby when it came to getting cleaned up.

"Dude for an angel you sure do whine a lot." I joked as I tied off stitch on his arm. Payton pouted and pulled his arm away a little.

"That's going to scar, oh great!" He said rolling his eyes. I laughed and shook my head.

"You know, girls dig scars." I said with a small smile Payton raised his eyebrow and thought about it.

"You know, maybe this isn't so bad after all." He said winking at me. I shook my head laughing.

"Good to see your sense of humours returned." I joked.

"Must be the beautiful nurse beside me." He said with a smirk on his face.

"Yeah, right, maybe you've lost too much blood. You might wanna sit this one out." I teased checking his temperature. He was burning up. I pulled my hand away and tried to hide the shock but Payton noticed.

"I know... it's why we need to get going as soon as possible." He said seriously. He was weak; I could tell that from looking at him. Whatever Eve did to torture him, it had worked, but even so, Payton was determined to help.

"What's happening to you?" I asked worried as I cleaned up everything away.

"Burning up." He replied sarcastically and I glared at him. "Fine, but you won't like it." He huffed. I waited for him to explain. "I'm dying; this vessel is so weak... I don't know how long I can hold onto it. Burning up is one of the first signs of it."

"Payton." I said firmly.

"No. No Megan. Look we need to fight. You need my help, so I'm helping. Just... don't depend on me too much. Now we need to find out where the final battle is. So we need to go see someone." Payton said firmly. He wouldn't tell me where we were going and insisted on angels airways. I wasn't happy about it to say the least.

In between jobs, Sam and Dean would sometimes get a day... sometimes a week, if they were lucky. They'd pass the time lining their pockets. Sam used to insist on honest work. But now he hustles pool, like his brother.

They could go anywhere and do anything. They drove 1,000 miles for an Ozzy show. Two days for a Jayhawks game.

And when it was clear, they park her in the middle of nowhere. Sit on the hood, and watch the stars... For hours...Without saying a word. It never occurred to them that, sure, maybe they never really had a roof and four walls.

But they were never, in fact, homeless...

"That's a good line." I blinked and I was stood in Chuck's living room. Payton wobbled and I held him up. Chuck was sat typing at his computer.

"Whoa." I said and Chuck nearly jumped out his skin as he turned and saw me and Payton stood there. I helped Payton into a chair and Chuck gave me a nervous smile.

"Megan, have you met the prophet, Chuck?" Payton asked waving his hand in Chuck's general direction.

"Oh yeah we've met. Hey Chuck." I said waving at him. Chuck pulled his dressing gown around him and walked over to us.

"Megan, um... angel of unknown name. Hi." Chuck said plainly.

"Chuck we need details about what's going to happen next." Payton said holding his head.

"Is he ok?" Chuck asked me looking worried.

"Not so much. Sorry Chuck but we're on a short time frame here. Sam's-" I started too explained.

"Said yes. I saw. What, what is it you need?" Chuck asked glancing at Payton who was holding his head still.

"Anything that might help." I asked. Just as Chuck was about to speak the phone rang.

"Don't tell him we're here." Payton said to Chuck and both me and Chuck looked confused as he answered the phone nervously. Chuck sat at the table and picked up the phone.

"Mistress Magna?" Chuck asked as I gave him a confused look.

"Um... no Chuck." I herd Dean's voice and I walked closer to Chuck.

"Oh, um Dean... Uh wow, I um I didn't know you'd call." Chuck said nervously as I stood by his side and looked down at his table.

"Who's Mistress Magna?" Dean asked sounding as confused as I was. Chuck noticed me looking at his table. There was an adult chat line with the name Mistress Magna at the bottom of a newspaper. Chuck moved his glass over it, covering it from my view.

"Nothing. She's a... uh...just a um... A close friend." Chuck said nervously as he looked up at me. I smirked and shook my head.

"Yeah I'll bet real close. Whatever happened to Becky?" Dean asked.

"It didn't work out; I had too much respect for her." Chuck said softly then cleared his throat.

"Boy, you really got a whole virgin/hooker thing going on, don't you?" Dean asked with a smirk in his voice.

"Okay, this can't be why you called." Chuck said and his voice went a little high. I smiled at Chuck, he looked really uncomfortable.

"Sam said yes." Dean said and I looked down.

"I know. I saw it. I'm just working on the pages." Chuck said softly, glancing to his computer screen.

"Did you see where the title fight goes down?" Dean asked nervously. Chuck sighed.

"The angels are keeping it top secret, very hush hush." Chuck admitted and I sighed, rubbing the back of my neck. I knew if we could find where the fight was going down, I could show up before Michael and get Lucifer to jump in the box to save Eve.

"Aww crap!" Dean said sounding as frustrated as I was.

"But I saw it anyway." Chuck said smiling at me. I smiled back. "Perks of being a prophet. It's tomorrow, high noon, a place called Stull's Cemetery."

"Stull's Ceme- Wait I know that. It's an old bone yard outside of Lawrence. Why Lawrence?" Dean asked confused.

"Don't know. It all has to end where it started I guess." Chuck theorised looking at me. I shrugged my shoulders, it was as logical as anything I could come up with.

"Alright Chuck, do you know any way to short circuit this thing?" Dean asked plainly. Chuck glanced up at me and I shook my head. Payton had said he didn't want Dean to know my plan. There must have been a good reason, and I trusted Payton.

"Besides the rings? No. I'm sorry." Chuck said giving me sad eyes.

"Well do you have any idea about what's gonna happen next?" Dean asked looking for any help he could find.

"I wish that I did. But I, I honestly don't know yet." Chuck said softly.

"Alright, thanks Chuck." Dean said and hung up. Chuck looked at me and I turned to Payton.

"So Pay, why aren't we telling Dean the plan?" I asked walking back over to him.

"He'll call soon. You can tell him then." Payton said softly.

"So, um what's this great plan you guys have?" Chuck asked walking over to me.

"Trick Eve then get Lucifer to jump back in the box." I replied plainly. Chuck stood there nodding.

"Ah ha." He said thinking about it.

"Don't worry Chuck we know it's a long shot. But at least now I know where I need to be, and when." I said softly.

"We should probably move if you want to convince Eve." Payton said standing up and wobbling all over the place.

"Are, are you going to be ok to fly?" Chuck asked nervously.

"Probably not. But I have to. There's no time." Payton replied leaning against the wall. He was sweating now, and had started to turn pale. I was wondering how much more he could really take. Chuck turned to me and smiled.

"I guess this is good bye?" He asked with a nervous smile.

"I guess." I replied and pulled him into a hug.

"You were always my favourite character." Chuck joked as we hugged. I laughed and shook my head. Even saying good bye to Chuck felt hard.

"And you were my favourite prophet." I said as I pulled away.

"Be safe Chuck. And I guess I'll see you up there for a drink soon." I said pointing to the sky.

"I hear it's lovely this time of year." Chuck joked smiling at me. I looked back into his eyes and nodded before walking over to Payton.

"Come on angel boy, lets go kill me some Eve." I said smiling at Chuck as Payton tapped me on the forehead.

When the light died I was stood in a warehouse and Payton was sat on the floor, dry heaving. I bobbed down and moved his hair away from his face. As I moved the blonde locks away I saw the small pool of blood that was on the floor.

"Oh God." I said softly rubbing Payton on the back. He coughed a little more then pulled himself up onto his feet. He was sweating even worse now, and made vanilla look colourful.

"Ok, well that hurt." He said clearing his throat and gave me a small smile. I didn't smile back; instead I gave him a worried look.

"You need to rest; I can take it from here." I said softly.

"You can't. I'm helping until I die." Payton said firmly shaking his head.

"Payton-" I started to say when my phone rang, I pulled it out and saw it was Dean.

"You answer that; I'll get the summoning spell ready." Payton said wondering off behind me. I sighed and answered the call.

"Hey Dean." I said softly walking over to the door of the warehouse.

"Don't hey me. Where are you?" Dean sighed, it sounded like he was driving.

"Where are you?" I asked confused as I lent against the door frame. The sun was just about to rise.

"I asked first." Dean said stubbornly. I let out a small laugh. Yeah that's my Dean...

"Fine. I'm in a warehouse... somewhere." I turned and looked at Payton for the actual location.

"We're just outside Lawrence." He said and went back to mixing his spell together.

"I'm in a warehouse outside Lawrence." I said down the phone to Dean.

"Get out of Lawrence. Get as far away as possible. Now." Dean said firmly.

"Tell me where you're driving to." I said pushing myself away from the door frame and walking outside. It was cold, and I wrapped my coat round me as the last of the stars disappeared from the sky. The deep blue fading into pinks and purples. It was a clear sky.

"Megan! Please, get out of Lawrence now." Dean begged.

"So, from that I'm taking it, you're heading to oh I don't know, maybe Stull's Cemetery? Trying to get there for about midday?" I asked sighing. I knew Dean couldn't be heading anywhere else. He was going to be with family, even if it was the last thing he ever did.

"How do you know that?" Dean asked seriously.

"Same way you do." I replied and watched as the beams of light slowly turned into a sun rise. This could be the last sun rise I see as me... it's beautiful. I thought looking at the changing sky.

"You called Chuck? Look he doesn't know any way to stop this. So get as far away as possible, please." Dean begged and I could hear how hurt he felt.

"What's it matter where we are? If it ends, it's ending for all of us." I sighed, feeling too tired to fight, I just wanted it all over.

"Wait. Why are you there? What are you planning to do?" Dean asked sounding confused.

"I'm going to bargain Eve for Lucifer. We might not be able to save Sam, but I'm sure as hell not going to let the world end." I explained leaning against a tree. There was a pause and I herd Dean breath.

"You know that it probably won't work, right?" Dean asked plainly.

"What else can I do? Why are you heading there anyway?" I asked slightly confused.

"I can't let Sammy die alone." Dean said barely above a whisper. I took a deep breath as I felt the raw grief I felt from loosing Sam hit me again. I nodded and cleared my throat.

"I guess I'll see you at Stull's then." I said softly fighting back the emotion that was trying to break through my voice.

"See you there." Dean replied. "Megan?" He asked softly as I made my way back to the warehouse.

"Yeah?" I asked pausing just outside.

"I love you." He said softly. A tear rolled down my cheek. I wiped it away and smiled.

"I love you too." I replied and we hung up.

I walked into the warehouse and saw Payton sat on chair grinding something in a pestle and mortar. I wonder over and got a whiff of it and sneezed. The smell was horrible.

"What the hell is that?" I asked covering my nose.

"It's probably better if you don't know." Payton laughed shaking his head. "So how did it go with Dean?" He asked pouring the power into a larger bowl.

"Oddly well... must be the end of the world." I joked as I watched Payton stand. He wobbled a little but was ok.

"Good." He said and smiled.

"It time?" I asked nervously.

"Yeah." Payton said closing his eyes. He held onto the table and took a deep breath. "I summon the soul of Eve, the first. She, who would bring life to Earth, brings your presents to us now, here. I, Raziel Arch Angel, call for you to join us. Eve mother of humanity appear before us, I beseech you." He paused and smiled. "Come on bitch, if you think your tough enough!" He opened his eyes and fell back onto the chair.

"Pay! You ok?" He was sweating buckets now and was paler than any one I had ever known. His blue ocean of eyes looked a deeper, darker colour; it helped to drain the colour from his face. He shook his head.

"I'm not going to last longer kid... sorry." He said and started to take quick sharp breathes. I rushed to his side and held onto him.

"You can get through this. I know you can. Come on, stay with me pretty boy." I said softly. I was worried. I didn't want Payton to die, nor could I face Eve without him.

"I... I... knew... you... wanted ...me." He joked and started to cough violently. I held him as he coughed up blood. He spat it out on the floor and wiped his mouth. "Not... long... left." He said shaking slightly.

"You are not dying!" I yelled as my eyes started to water up. Payton smiled but continue to shake.

"You really are beautiful." He said with a wide smile before his skin started to shine. The light built until it had to look away it was so bright.

"Payton!" I shouted crying. As I looked back I saw a lifeless body in my arms. I checked his pulse, but there wasn't one. He died. Tears rolled down my cheeks as I stood there holding my angel. The one who always had my back, even if I didn't always know it. This really was the end of days, everyone who meant something was dying.

I was stood holding onto Payton sobbing to myself until his body went cold. I didn't know what to do. He was meant to help me. He summoned Eve and then we were going to take her out. Now he was gone, and I... I was lost.

"You called?" Eve said from behind me. I stood up straight and wiped away the tears before I turned to face her. She smiled at me titling her head to one side. "Aww did your angel die?" She said in a baby voice, I just glared at her.

"I just want to make it perfectly clear here. I hate you. I hate everything about you." I growled feeling the wolf side of me itching to get out and rip her apart.

"Oh Megan, I didn't know you cared." She joked walking over to me. I just continued to glare at her. "So why did you call?" She asked looking at Payton's dead body then turning to me. I shook my head looking to the floor. Well this is it Megan... now or never.
"Lucifer said I'd come round... and I have." I said meeting her gaze. She looked confused.

"Sorry? You what?" She asked putting her hand on her hip.

"I want to say yes. Yes to you." I said fighting not to snap and yell at her.

"You want to be my vessel?" She asked smiling. "What do I look stupid?" She asked laughing.

"Honestly-" I started to say.

"You think that after everything that I'm going to believe that you suddenly want to be my vessel? I mean really Megan, come on, we both know... it's a little far fetched." Eve said walking around the warehouse. I took a deep breath and let it out.

"Do you see Dean around? Or Bobby or Castiel?" I asked turning to face her. "They're not here for reason. They don't want me doing this." I said firmly.

"How do I know this isn't a trick? Like you tried with Lucifer?" She asked watching me carefully.

"I'm alone; the one person who would help me is dead. I'm sorry but short of a written testimonial from the guys, I don't know what more I can do to show you, I'm serious." I said as I started to lose my temper. Eve looked into my eyes and searched for the lie. I just stood there and waited. And waited, but I was tired of waiting. "Fine. You don't want me. Go, fine some other smuck. Good bye, enjoy the party!" I said walking past her and heading for the exit. As I reached her side she grabbed my arm and held me there. I turned and looked into her eyes.

"I didn't say no out right." She said letting go of my arm. "I just had to check it wasn't a trap."

"Eve, it's not! Look I hate this, but I can't think of anything else to do, so I'm saying yes! I would rather be locked in my own mind then see my husband and family die!" I yelled shaking my head as a few tears rolled down my cheeks. I wiped them away and stood firm, looking back into her eyes. "This is it. I know it now." I said coldly. A smile crept onto Eve's lips as she understood why I had said yes.

"Ok, you want to do this? No fight?" She asked smiling at me.

"No fight Eve. Just peace, just let me be in my own mind. That's all I'm asking for." I begged. She stood there and thought about it.

"Sure. Your body for peace of mind?" She asked acting smug.

"Yes." I said firmly and she closed her eyes. I felt a wave of warmth hit me. Then another, and another, each wave was warmer then the last. It got to the point where I couldn't breath the heat was so high. I fell to my knees desperately grasping for air. A few more waves hit me and I blacked out.

Eve's P.O.V

I woke up in the new skin, and it felt good. I looked at my body, it was hot, and more importantly it wasn't burning up. I smiled as I stood and checked everything worked. It did. Although I wasn't a fan of the clothes I was wearing, it was good to have the body. I walked over to Raziel and kicked his lifeless body. I never really liked Raziel, he was a suck up to God, always sitting and listening. He wasn't a big fan of mine either. But when I got my hands on him, I made him pay. A smile crossed my lips as I remembered his cries and pleas for me to stop torturing him.

"Stupid angel." I muttered and turned to walk out the building. I looked down at my watch and saw that it was close to noon. We had a plan and I had places to be. I blinked and appeared at Stull's Cemetery. It was a run down place nothing special about it. I looked around and saw Lucifer standing there. He looked good in his new body. No burns, no flakes, just all 100% Lucifer. He smiled as I walked over to him.

"So, tell me, what do you think?" I joked as I twirled around. Lucifer smiled down at me.

"You look amazing." He said with a warm smile. He held his hands out for me to take but I hesitated. It had been millennia since we actual touched each other.

"Are... are you sure?" I asked looking at his hands.

"Take them, we're both in our own bodies, it will be fine." He said smiling down at me. I took a deep breath. A millennia part, all the times I wanted to reach out and be held by him. All the times I wanted to kiss him. I had yearned for his touch so long that I thought this day would never come. I slowly and carefully placed my hands in his. I closed my eyes waiting for the spark that would burn me inside and prevent us from touching, but nothing happened. I herd Lucifer laugh softly as I opened my eyes and smiled.

"I thought this day would never come my love." He said pulling me to him. I smiled looking into his green eyes.

"I've missed you." I said as he lowered his face to mine and kissed me passionately on the lips. It was truly breath taking. I had forgotten the taste of his lips, the softness of his touch. As we pulled apart I licked my lips, taking in as much of his taste as I could.

"I've miss you too." He said seductively. He held me close to him and I smiled blissful in this situation.

But like anything good, the bad always showed. We herd wings flutter and Michael was stood there. Lucifer pulled me behind him, protecting me from my once close friend. Michael looked at us both with utter disgust.

"It's good to see you Michael." Lucifer said. I knew all he wanted was for his family to forgive him and let him be. He wanted his brothers to love him as they once had, not hate him because their father told them to.

"You too. It's been too long." Michael said watching his younger brother.

"I can you believe that it's finally here?" Lucifer asked softly. Michael walked towards us a little and Lucifer pushed me back a little more.

"No, not really. Please, I won't harm Eve." Michael said glancing at me. We had history. Michael was once like a brother to me too. I had told him of my love of Lucifer and that had helped to create all this. "Are you ready?" Michael asked Lucifer. My stomach tightened, I didn't want them to fight over me. I just wanted them to get along and except our love.

"As I'll ever be." Lucifer sighed. "Part of me wishes we didn't have to do this." He admitted and I smiled. Humans just don't understand him; they think he is this soulless, evil creature who couldn't possibly love. But that is the whole reason he was cast down. Love. The strongest emotion known to anything in the universe. We love each other and for that love we had to suffer. Who could blame him for lashing out? We were separated, for longer than any love in history. How many people do bad things out of spite because their love one is taken from them? We don't call them devils do we? No.

"Yeah, me too." Michael sighed.

"Then why are we?" Lucifer asked taking a step towards his brother.

"Oh you know why." Michael said glancing at me. "I have no choice after what you did."

"What I did? What if it's not my fault?" Lucifer asked.

"What's that suppose to mean?" Michael asked shaking his head slightly.

"Think about it. Dad made everything. Which means he made me who I am. God wanted the Devil." Lucifer explained. Michael looked away unimpressed and then turned back to talk to his brother.

"So?" He asked, accepting that God made Lucifer. That was Michael's problem; he always accepted things as they were. Never questioned a single thing.

"So why? And why make us fight? I just can't figure out the point." Lucifer admitted.

"What's your point?" Michael asked plainly.

"We're going to kill each other and for what? One of Dad's tests? We don't even know the answer. We're brothers; let's just walk off the chess board." Lucifer pleaded with his big brother. I watched as Michael seems to think about it. I was hopeful that it could all be ended this way. A safer way.

"I'm sorry, I, I can't do that." Michael said facing Lucifer. "I'm a good son, and I have my orders."

"But you don't have to fallow them." Lucifer buttered in.

"What? You think I'm going to rebel? Now? I'm not like you!" Michael said firmly.

"Please Michael." Lucifer pleaded again with his big brother to understand.

"You haven't changed a bit little brother. Always blaming everybody but yourself. We were together, we were happy. But you betrayed me, all of us; and you made our father leave." Michael said getting madder at Lucifer.

"No one makes our father do anything." Lucifer said, and it was the truth, God always did what he wanted, when he wanted, how he wanted. "He is doing this, to us!"

"You're a monster Lucifer, and I have to kill you." Michael said as Lucifer bowed his head. I never wanted this to happen, but if Michael was going to stand in the way of our love. He had to be stopped.

"If that's the way it's got to be. Then I'd like to see you try." Lucifer said and the pair started to circle.

Megan's P.O.V

I woke in my head and for a few moments I wasn't sure where I was. Then I could see and I knew. Eve had control and we were at Stull's Cemetery. As I looked I saw Adam stood there. My heart sank a little, I was too late.

"You're a monster Lucifer, and I have to kill you." Michael said as Lucifer bowed his head. They were about to kick off and that meant the end of the world. I had to work fast. I searched for the walls that I had built around my wolf and started to knock them down. I was only human in my mind, and the walls that caged my wolf were big heavy stone ones. I punched at them and kicked in vein trying to set my wolf free. Nothing was working, but I couldn't give up. I continued to punch until my fists bled. I could feel my wolf stir. She could smell the blood.

'That's it, come on. Come get the blood.' I said in my mind as I continued to hit the walls. My hands were red raw and the blood ran down them in almost steady streams. But it was working my wolf was attacking the wall from the other side and slowly it began to fall.

"What are you doing?" I herd Eve's voice ask me. She was smug and I bet she was smiling.

'Oh nothing much. Just taking my body back.' I said as the wolf jumped over the wall and met me by my side. She instantly huddled into me, licking my fists.

"What? No, you can't! You promised!" Eve cried. Her voice echoing in the darkness.

'What can I say? I lied.' I replied plainly as I started to fight back. My wolf growled and snarled at the darkness that surrounded us. Lashing out with her claws as she went. She was clearing a path for me to fallow in.

"You can't do this! I won't let you!" Eve cried trying to sound strong, only she sounded scared. Something my wolf enjoyed. She started to snarl more and bark. The darkness began to fade.

'I should thank you Eve. You gave my wolf back to me. You made me strong enough to do this!' I smiled as the darkness faded away. I blinked and stumbled backwards. I was back in control of my body, and not a moment to soon.

"If that's the way it's got to be. Then I'd like to see you try." Lucifer said and the pair started to circle.

"Stop!" I cried out and the pair turned to me. I pulled my knife out and held it to my stomach. Lucifer's eyes widened.

"Eve?" He asked in shock.

"Oh no, Eve's gone on a little holiday." I said with a smile. I blinked again and felt my wolf side strengthen me more.

"Megan. This is not your fight." Michael/Adam said to me.

"Adam, I'm sorry if you're in there." I said softly.

"He isn't." Michael replied.

"Then, shut up. I'm trying to save the world here." I snapped and looked at Lucifer. He had taken a few steps towards me. "Stop or Eve dies!" I said pressing the knife closer to my stomach. Lucifer stopped in his tracks.

"What do you want from me?" He asked watching my every move.

"I'm giving you a choice Lucifer." I said firmly. "Either jump back in the box and end this all now. Or I kill Eve and Michael kills you."

"You wouldn't." Lucifer said with a blank face.

"I will. Now choose." I said and started to hear Eve in my mind like a whisper.

He'll choose me. But he won't be gone for long. He's strong, and clever. I'll help him return... you'll see. Lucifer turned and looked at Michael, then looked back at me.

"Do I give up my love for the chance to end this war with my brother? Or do I wait, locked away for who knows how long?" Lucifer asked still with a blank face. He stood there thinking and then a small smile crossed his face. "I'll call your bluff. Kill Eve! I would rather finish this with my brother then spend any more time locked in that cage!" Lucifer said with venom. I was shocked, I was almost certain he'd go for it.

What? Lucifer? How... how could he? Why? I... no. Eve was just as shocked.

"Well go ahead, unless you want me to do it for you?" Lucifer said walking towards me.

"I'm sorry Eve." I said under my breath as I drew the blade back and thrust it into my stomach. I screamed as the silver of the blade ripped through me like a knife through butter. I felt sharp static shocks going all around my body and I could see flashes in my skin and behind my eyes. I fell back onto the tree and slid down it as I felt Eve go. I slumped at the bottom and pulled the knife out, blood rushing out in every direction.

"Now that's over." Lucifer said tilting his head to one side and smiled. He turned around to face Michael. "No more distractions, just you and me." He said and they began to circle again. I couldn't believe it. He didn't love her as much as I thought. He would rather let her die then go back. I started to cough up blood and I closed my eyes. Dean where ever you are... man I love you... I thought as the pain screamed through my body. I had used my knife. The silver knife. Silver, just in case you're stupid, really, really hurts werewolves. In fact they can almost kill us. And I, willingly, just stabbed my internal organs with a silver blade.

I herd some loud mullet rock and I opened my eyes. Sure enough driving towards us was Dean in the Impala. I smiled. Only Dean could have made such an entrance. Dean got out and looked at Lucifer and Michael.

"Howdy boys. Am I interrupting something?" He asked with a small smile. He walked round to the front of the Impala. "Hey, we need to talk." He said looking at Lucifer. Lucifer and Michael traded looks.

"Dean, even for you, this is a whole new mountain of stupid." Lucifer said with a smirk.

"I'm not talking to you, I'm talking to Sam." Dean said plainly.

"You're no longer the vessel Dean. You got no right to be here." Michael added.

"Adam, if you're in there somewhere I am so sorry." Dean said looking at Michael.

"Adam isn't home right now." Michael said sarcastically.

"Well then your next on my list buttercup, but right now I need five minutes with him." Dean said turning to Lucifer.

"You maggot! You are no longer part of this story!" Michael growled at Dean. I herd noises to the side of me and saw Bobby and Cass appear. Bobby's eyes widened when he saw me. I just smiled. At least my family was around me.

"What happened girl?" Bobby asked as he bent down next to me.

"I get why people warn you about running with knives now." I joked coughing up some blood. I wiped it away but Bobby saw.

"Hey Ass-Butt!" Cass shouted getting everyone's attention, and then he threw a Molotov cocktail at Michael, burning him and sending him away in flames. Dean looked back in my direction and noticed me on the floor with Bobby checking out the cut. He gave me a questioning look and I shook my head softly.

"Ass-Butt?" Dean asked confused by the insult Cass had chosen. I thought, for Cass it was pretty good. Cass shrugged his shoulders.

"He'll be back, and upset, but you got your five minutes." Cass explained. I saw the look on Lucifer's face, he wasn't happy.

"Castiel," Lucifer said moving towards Cass as Cass backed up with his hands in the air. "Did you just Molotov my brother, with holy fire?"

"Um... no..." Cass said softly.

"No one dicks with Michael, but me." Lucifer said and clicked his fingers. Suddenly Cass exploded and both me and Bobby had bits of him all over us. I was shocked. Lucifer had just out and out killed Castiel without a second thought. Things were getting worse. I started to feel weaker and I coughed more blood up, only this time there were bits in it. I wiped my mouth again and saw how shocked Dean was looking. I tried to give him a small smile, but it hurt too much. Instead I nodded to Dean, and he turned to Lucifer.

"Sammy, can you hear me?" Dean asked softly as my vision started to spot. The pain had actually stopped, I was numb to it. I could still feel the blood pouring out through my fingers though.

"You know, I tried to be nice. For Sammy's sake. But you. Are such a pain." Lucifer said grabbing hold of Dean's jacket. "In my ass." He said finishing his sentence and throwing Dean onto the hood of the Impala. Bobby stood up and aimed his gun as Lucifer moved closer to Dean. He shot off a round and I felt myself get weaker. Lucifer turned around and I started to feel weaker still. My eye lids became heavy and I had to close them. The last thing I herd was another gun shot ring out close by me.

I gasped as I sat up. As my eyes flung open I saw Castiel lent over me smiling. I was confused. Have we won? Did... did Sam do it? I wondered as he got up and walked over to the Impala. As he moved out the way I saw Dean stood, looking at something in his hands. I used the tree to help me get to my feet and I made my way over to Dean. He was holding the keys. He turned to me and gave me a sad smile.

"Sam did it." I said softly looking at the rings. I smiled, proud that Sam had managed to beat the devil and stop the apocalypse. Nice one Sam...

Endings are hard. Any chapped-ass monkey with a keyboard can poop out a beginning, but endings are impossible.

You try to tie up every loose end, but you never can.

The fans are always gonna bitch. There's always gonna be holes. And since it's the ending, it's all supposed to add up to something.

I'm telling you, they're a raging pain in the ass.

We gathered our things and headed back to Bobby's. I wanted to travel with Dean; somehow I had managed to get the back seat again with Castiel sat next to Dean as they talked. I was more than happy just to sit in the back. I closed my eyes and tried to rest.

"What are you going to do now?" Dean asked glancing at Cass.

"Return to heaven I suppose." Castiel mused.

"Heaven?" Dean asked confused.

"With Michael in the cage, I'm sure it's total anarchy up there." Castiel said softly.

"So what? You're the new sheriff in town?" Dean asked as the pair glanced at each other. Castiel sat there and thought about it.

"I like that, yeah, I suppose I am." Castiel said with a small smile.

"Wow, God gives you a shiny new pair of wings and suddenly you're his bitch again." Dean sighed.

"I don't know what God wants," Castiel said turning to Dean. "I don't know if he will return. It just... seems like the right thing to do." Cass admitted.

"Well if you do see him. Tell him that I'm coming for him next." Dean said and the pair glanced at each other.

"You're angry." Castiel said plainly looking at Dean.

"That's an understatement." Dean said looking away.

"He helped." Cass said and Dean let out a sigh of disbelief. "Maybe more than we realised."

"That's easy for you to say, he brought you back. What about Sam? What about me huh? Where's my grand prize? All I got was my brother in a hole." Dean asked getting worked up.

"You got what you asked for Dean. No paradise, no hell... just more of the same." Castiel said plainly. "But I mean it Dean what would you rather have, peace or freedom?" Castiel asked. Dean thought about it for a few seconds and then turned to Cass, only he'd gone.

"You know you really suck at goodbyes, you know that." Dean sighed. "Hey you asleep back there?" I opened my eyes and moved to the front seat.

"So what happens now?" I asked softly.

"We head to Bobby's..." Dean said glancing at me then the road.

This is the last Dean and Bobby will see of each other for a very long time. And, for the record, at this point next week, Bobby will be hunting a rugaru outside of Dayton. But not Dean. Dean didn't want Cass to save him. Every part of him, every fibre he's got, wants to die or find a way to bring Sam back.

But he isn't gonna do either.

Because he made a promise.

I was sat in the Impala waiting for Dean; I opened my laptop up and checked the messages. I noticed one sent from Sam. I hovered the cursor over it and clicked open. It was a video file. It was Sam sat in one of Bobby's bedrooms. He looked happy.

"Hey Megan... um..." Sam looked nervous. "So... I'm guessing since you're watching this I managed to push Satan back into his box." He said with a nervous laugh. "Go team free will!" He said raising his fist and I laughed. "Ok. So um... I... I need to ask you to promise me something. And it's kind of a big thing. I'm half hoping seeing me as a ghost will kinda guilt you into this." He said with another nervous laugh. I smiled and waited for him to explain more. "Ok. Well here goes." He said taking a deep breath. "I want you and Dean to have a normal life. I want you two to settle down in some nice house, get normal jobs, and have lots and lots of kids. Don't forget to call one Sam." He joked. "And live long happy lives together. I want you two to have the life I always thought I'd have with Jess." Sam paused and took a deep breath looking away from the camera. "I know that this lycanthorpia worries you. Makes you think you can't give Dean the normal he deserves. But you have got to believe me when I say, I have never seen my brother so in love with a person as he is with you. I mean it Megan. He really loves you." My eyes started to water up as I sat there listening to his voice. "I know it won't always be easy, living with Dean never is." He joked and laughed. "But man, I know you two are meant to be together. So help a man out with his dying wish. Go try living a normal life with Dean. Please?" There was a clicking noise in the background and Sam looked over the laptop.

"What you up to Sammy? Are you watching porno?" I herd Dean's excited voice say as he got closer.

"Um no... Just researching." Sam said softly.

"Oh man!" I herd Dean sigh just before the message clicked off. I smiled looking at the blank screen.

"You ready?" Dean asked climbing into the car and I smiled. I had a plan, a new plan and it was a life. With Dean. A normal life...

"Yeah, yeah I think I finally am." I said smiling back at him.

So, what's it all add up to? It's hard to say. But me, I'd say this was a test... For Sam and Dean. And I think they did all right. Up against good, evil, Angels, Devils, destiny, and God himself. They made their own choice. They chose family.

And, well... Isn't that kinda the whole point?

No doubt - endings are hard.

But then again...

Nothing ever really ends, does it?

Well there we go... It's all over... until season 6! That's right I'm taking this into season 6! Look out for 'One Year' it's the next story and will cover what happens to Megan and Dean in that one year where Sam is gone! Yeah I can't wait for you guys to read it! Thank you to everyone who has ever read this, reviewed or even just talked to me about it. Thank's to Asya55, Sammy crazy ass demonic chic, BlueEyePieces and Sam Riggs for all your constant reviews! Thank you to the facebook page, where I know I alot of us go to let others know of our update. And I guess thank you to you, for reading this rather sappy authours notes!