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A/N: The info dump chapter. It was necessary.
He didn't have much. Which was understandable considering he packed in a hurry and in an angry state. He had a fight with his dad. Again. But this time? This time Dean's pleading wasn't enough to stop John Winchester from telling Sam that if he left to never come back. And Sam listened. This wasn't his home anymore. Especially not after living a second life somewhere else, somewhere magical where he had friends and a place to call home. Granted, it had been a while and he accepted that he'd probably never venture back to the Wizarding World, but still… That was more his home than any place with John Winchester and his obsession.
So Sam left. Got the first ticket to California he could and never looked back.
He had no intention of hunting or dealing with the supernatural again. He had already lost too much, in this world and the other. He was done.
Unfortunately, some higher ups had different ideas for Sam's future.
Whistler was not having a good day. Or week. Month. Year. Decade. It was just all going bad because of a few chosen individuals who just refused to listen to fate. First he has a wizard that wanted to turn his back on the good fight. Of course, he deserved the break, but the Powers That Be? That didn't fly with them. And then shortly after that, the blonde slayer decides to swan dive off a tower instead of using her sister. Fan-freaking-tastic. She, too, deserved peace, but not according to the Powers. And now he has to deal with a hunter with a bigger destiny than anyone thought possible. Oh, and the real kicker? All three were champions that had fates that connected together.
So here Whistler was, doing what he could to make sure the wizard, the slayer and hunter got back on the right track. But how? The Powers left him no choice but to manipulate. A whisper or two here and the wizard was now enrolled into Auror Training. Dealing with the slayer was a bit difficult as she was no longer on the Earth.
The end justifies the means, right? Sending the witch down a dark path was only a small price to pay for having one of the greatest champions of the age come back. And besides, the witch could control it. Right? As long as nothing sent her too far over the edge. But Whistler knew. It was unavoidable. Bringing the slayer back meant an exchange was needed. He just hoped they could beat it.
And the hunter. What to do with little Sammy Winchester? He didn't want to do what he was about to do, but Azazel had forced their hands. He didn't have a choice but to put Jessica Moore into play. She didn't know it, of course, but her death would put Sam back on the right track. Even if it wasn't a track he wanted to be on. And just to err on the side of caution, Whistler figured it wouldn't hurt to have Sam start missing the hunting and the Wizarding World.
Because really, it was the Powers' that introduced Sam to the other world. Before the three were even born, the Powers knew that Sam would need to know Harry and what better way than to make him a wizard? All it took was some portal opening and some heavy magicks and Sam was getting a Wizarding education. Add it some memory charms and he was living two lives.
He really hoped when the truth came out the three champions wouldn't find a way to really kill him.
Slight idea where this is heading. I'm just having fun so far.