Lilith's little devils have been alive for hundreds of thousands of years. Since the fall of Lucifer, Lilith used her demon blood to create a supreme race of demons. The seven have always been close to each other, but some more than others. From oldest to youngest they are: Death, Disease, Disaster, Famine, Hellfire, Drought, War. Each of them with their own set of powers and weaknesses. Though their weaknesses are few, there are always some. The seven roam the Earth, always promising to meet up some time all together. When they do meet it up, the humans of course notice. Fire and Lightning Tornadoes, Super Hurricanes, Grade 9 Earthquakes, Pandemics, World Wars, Water Levels going down a couple of feet, all kinds of crazy things. Of course they always chalk it up to nature. Its time for the Children to meet up again, and there's truly no telling what will happen this time around. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Hellfire walked down the streets of Chicago, occasionally flicking her wrist, causing a building to burst into spontaneous flames. She walked carelessly, forcing others to get out of her way. Of course if they don't she can easily cauterize their hearts, making them drop dead with just a brush of the hand. She would be lying if she said she wasn't happy to see her good friends again. It had only been a hundred years since they last saw each other, which to her wasn't very long at all. She of course, still had the vessel of a strawberry blonde, blue eyed, 21 year old. She would not get any older, and she has never been any younger. Physically anyway. She walked down a few back streets, turning up her nose at the slums around the city. Humans seriously disgusted Annika. She entered the building they usually met up in. A large warehouse that was abandoned on the outside, but it was a simple glamour. She entered and the warehouse, and the glamour fell, shattering like glass, revealing a lavish decor. White leather, with black and red accents. Roses, dishes, tables, curtains. It was all very expensive looking. Annika took a seat, waiting for the other children to arrive.