| The subject of this article is non-canonical.|
While created as part of licensed material, it has not been confirmed as part of the "real" Buffyverse.
|"Close to the Ground"|
|Fortune and Glory don't always come naturally.|
|Publication date||August 1, 2000|
|Published by||Pocket Books|
A big Hollywood studio head, Jack Willitts, offered Angel lots of money to guard his daughter, Karinna. Angel was persuaded when his co-workers pointed out there wes rent to deal with. Angel took Karinna to several popular nightspots, writing her off as a spoiled brat. Cordy believed Angel was getting too close to the case, but the situation soon worsened. Karinna got into trouble while Angel and company were being tracked by an unknown creature, trying to destroy anything getting in its way. Angel eventually found himself trapped in a supernatural struggle for power and immortality.
- Doyle does not know who Willow is.
- Cordelia Chase
- Allen Francis Doyle
- Kate Lockley
- Jack Willitts
- Karinna Willitts
- Dennis Pearson
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Behind the ScenesEdit
- Phantom Dennis helps to choose clothes for Cordelia.
- Angel visits a techno club, but the loud music brings pain to his ears.
- Setting: Season 1.
- German: "Der Preis der Unsterblichkeit" (The Price of Immortality)
Pop Culture ReferencesEdit
|“||Cordelia Chase: "Those multinational corporations smell blood when it's in the water. And they make sure it's not their own."|
|- Close to the Ground||”|