Back in Hell, Cas could barely keep his eyes open, but each time he was about to lose conscious the demon made another cut in his already mutilated upper body.
While the demon enjoyed his assignment Meg tried to free herself. Her wrists were pierced with hooks and they hurt terribly, but she figured if Cas could handle her pain and his own, she would be able to get through this.
“You’re so awfully quiet, Cassie” the demon said. “Why so asocial?”
The demon pierced the sword in Cas’ side, looking provocative at the angel. “Come on, scream or cry, I don’t care”
Cas looked up with bloodshot eyes. He stared at the demon and spit blood in his face.
“Bad move, Cassie” the demon said. He waved with the sword and aimed for Cas’ heart, when Meg swung one of her chains around his neck. The demon tried to pull it off, but Meg jerked it until she heard a snap. She let go of the chain and the demon hung on the rack.
“He’s not dead” Meg said. She freed her other hand. She climbed towards Cas and pulled the hooks out of his wrists. “We have to get out of here before he wakes up or before Crowley knows what’s happening”
She pulled Cas’ arm over her shoulder and climbed up the rack, while supporting Cas.
Meg ignored him and climbed higher up. Crowley snapped his finger and Meg and Cas fell off the rack.
“I believe I asked you a question” Crowley said.
“I’m kind of tired of this place” Meg answered.
“Well, I’m kind of tired of you” Crowley said. “Maybe we should do something about that first”
Suddenly Cas felt a firm grip on his shoulder and he quickly grabbed Meg’s arm.
The next moment they felt a cold wind. Meg opened her eyes and took a few fast breaths.
“We’re free, Cas” she sighed relieved. “Cas?” she said when he didn’t answer. She looked around, until she saw Cas’ lifeless body.