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While a death experience can affect a person to shield from the world, protecting oneself from all life’s dangers it can also push you the other way. In a more adventurous direction where you’d like to experience everything as there is only one life and if you die you die but at least you’ve lived life to its fullest. There are no indications on which way a near death situation will push a person but with Cassandra adventures and danger had always been a part of her life, and it didn’t change after seeing her fiancé murdered or being caged for over half a century.
This need for adrenaline was usually fulfilled by her work as a firefighter. Running into burning buildings and sorting all sorts of crises on a daily basis calmed the need for adventures some. However the blonde only worked part time and was always up for some spontaneous trouble. The more stupid and dangerous the better. One would think that after seeing all those accidents she would practise what she preached and live safer, but no living on the edge was addiction. Maybe as a result of losing her fiancé, the dangerous escapades was the only thing making her truly feel these days. Letting out the feelings that had been buried alongside him and only came out when adrenaline rushed through her body.
Celestials was a mortal species compared to others. Making them almost human in that department except sicknesses and age. Cass didn’t want to die but the death fear was what made her come alive at times. Work had been calm the last shifts and a week off was approaching, without any trouble planned. The fearless adrenaline junky had tried to convince some of the celestials to go with her on a camping trip but without success. Many already had plans while the others didn’t feel too tempted to leave the comfort of electricity and a 24/7 open store, which was understandable after decades in a cage.
So Cassie decided to go on her own, making it a work out trip to come one step closer to the captain position. She hugged the fellow stars goodbye, assuring them that she’d be fine and that they didn’t have to worry, before packing the tent and other necessities into her car and starting the drive to the forrest. A few hours later she had reached her destination and started setting up camp. She had just finished building the tent when she heard a load roaring. As she turned around the blonde was faced with a big angry brown bear standing on its hind legs waving the front legs madly at her. Her heart pounded faster and her breath elevated but her firefighter training made her able to stay calm and think. What was there to do? She vaguely remembered that one should try and look as big as possible but she was a fairly small sized woman. Her celestial magic could pause the moment up to 30 seconds but it wouldn’t take her far enough. Her thought spun going in thousands of different directions trying to find a rescue but there was none.