And if you Fall as Lucifer Fell, you fall in flames..!
That’s an interesting question, though. Even locked in the cage, Lucifer had power. Will the new Fallen have power, too?
Now, my math may be wrong, and please feel free to correct me, but if we assume a height for the angel, we should be able to make a rough approximation of his wing span, according to canon.
So let’s say our falling angel is 6 feet tall. The tips of his primary flight feathers look to reach his feet, so there is the first part of the measurement. If we’re using the basic design of a feathered birds’ wing, the length from the wrist (where the biggest, primary ‘kink’ in a birds wing is) to the shoulder should be equal to or just slightly more than the leading edge. So…
Each wing is 12 feet long, give or take a few inches, from shoulder to tip. From wingtip to wingtip, at full stretch, a six foot tall angel would span a distance of over 24 feet. And let me say, I think my estimate is conservative, but I’m open to being wrong.
Now, I’m metric girl. So I looked up a conversion. 12 feet is equivalent to 3.6 meters (24 = 7.2). This is… That’s just… Put it this way. That’s enough wing to hide another six foot tall person(*ahem*).
Oh, I need to start drawing wings… ’Scuse me.