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As Born of Phyre: The Avenging Angels opens, ASMOUSDEUS, LUCIFER’S second-in-command, must silence the Choir of Ten Trillion to carry out his master’s orders and wreak havoc throughout the Heavens. If the demons are exposed to Heavenly music, they become disoriented and are unable to follow commands. Therefore, Asmousdeus has cursed the Choir of Ten Trillion and stolen their voices, thus allowing the demons to gain access to the Heavens. Infuriated by the demon’s infiltration, the Supreme Seraph Michael delivers a rousing, rallying speech to the celestial body and directs them to war against the invading forces of the Dark. Asmousdeus and a protective cadre of demons rescue Lucifer from captivity in the 5th Heaven and take him to Marintiba in the 4th Heaven where Lucifer plans his revenge. When Asmousdeus suggests they flee back to Hell, Lucifer declares he will leave only when he is sure the Heavens will be left in complete shambles. In Asmousdeus’s first attack, he directs Lucifer’s demons to destroy the Alphorum fields in the 7th Heaven. The Alphorum are vast fields of human spirits awaiting birth on earth, and their destruction will halt the procreation of humanity. When the celestials arrive in the 7th Heaven, they notice a huge black cloud of demons moving towards the Alphorum fields. Just when it seems the fields will most certainly be destroyed, a magnificent White Light emerges from the mountain and consumes many of the attacking demons. The remaining demons escape to the lower Heavens through a Phyrux, which is one of the many cylindrical passageways that connect each of the Heavens. A preemptive Asmousdeus dispatches a small liberating force to the deep prison that houses the many Nephilim who were captured over the ages. The Nephilim, three-hundred foot demons spawned from fallen celestials and humans at the beginning of time, are held in the House of Forever Atonement in the 5th Heaven. The demon forces break into this prison and release the juggernaut of giant demons to replenish their numbers. As the demons wreak utter chaos throughout the 7th, 6th, 5th, and 4th Heavens, Leo views a war of deviant destruction that is unlike any he has seen on Earth. The demons decimate and destroy many celestials and Celestine places. While the forces of both the Light and the Dark suffer losses, only demons fall dead under the celestials’ blades. Although celestials can be wounded and their phyre taken, they never die. Demons, on the other hand, are susceptible to death because they lost their phyre long ago when they fell to the dark. In the melee, Gabrielle is attacked by multiple demons, and Leo saves her. The demons are shocked to see a human fighting in this realm and aware that the celestials are bearing down on them, retreat to the lower Heavens to further execute the will of their master. In their dark wake, the whole of the heavens become a war zone. In a final gesture to further spite the Heavens, the demons have created a defensive barricade between the celestials and the Secdernas, the exit and entrance to the 1st Heaven and the World of Men. They attempt to taunt the celestials with the hopes that they will follow them into Hell. The celestials turn the tide and push the demons out of their beloved Heaven. The demons flee through the Secdernas and, rather than go directly to Hell, they enter the earth realm and attack humans in an attempt to divert the celestials from an immediate pursuit. All over the world, demons manifest themselves before humanity. Bent on diversion they capture unsuspecting humans, carry them high above the clouds, and drop them. They do this knowing that the benevolent celestials will fly in to save the humans instead of following the demons. When the celestials finally appear in the earth realm, they instinctively move in to save the humans. As a result, the demons are able to escape into Hell where they anticipate a home team advantage. After sav

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