“what indeed?” They hiss back, bouncing giddily. They stop a moment and lean closer to Lucifer, glancing him over and inhaling his scent. They narrow their eyes. “how long have you been topside?”
The vessel nearly reacts upon flinch-instinct, but Lucifer restrains, simply turning his gaze upon the hoarde of creatures that form one. “Oh, not very long. When the Winchester’s decided it would be a good idea to take the matters of God into their hands is when my cage crumbled. I thought it was smart of them, but when they find out, I don’t think they’ll appreciate it so much. There is no one left to fight me—well, not counting you sorts, but I’ve got no intention of doing such a thing for a very long time.
They sturgeon with a nod and lean away, letting one foot kick out from under them. “what have the devil and the beast to bicker over, anyway? plenty of ground to cover between your kingdom and ours. a war like that can’t be rushed.” They step away, kicking their limbs out in lazy circles like a child, round blue eyes focused up on the bright meteor shower overhead. “now that our boy has done us the courtesy of bringing heaven to earth—will you be bringing your hell along as well?”