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Crowley from Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett.
Similar to the companion piece of Aziraphale, this arose from a discussion of a more Bible canon-based (read: trippy and non-humanoid) depiction of a fallen angel/demon. A popular headcanon was taking Crowley's neurotic attention to detail to infer that he'd been a Virtue in charge of overseeing the stars before he Fell and became the Serpent of Eden and primary demon of temptation.
|Crowley and Aziraphale||Snow Wanderer|
|A New Beginning||Rain|