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Another thing I was thinking about recently: the Scoobies' and Potentials' mutiny against Buffy in late Season 7. I used to think they were just being ungrateful dicks, but now that I think about it, it wasn't completely unjustified.
Let's face it: most of Buffy's plans were just plain awful and ended with a lot of people getting hurt needlessly, and her defense of her those decisions ("I'm the Slayer, do it my way because I say so") is not convincing. Case in point: in "Empty Places," she immediately wants to attack Caleb again, literally right after everyone got out of the hospital after they fought him and lost the first time. Not to mention the fact that the others warned her that it might be a trap, but Buffy didn't listen.
Of course, their …Read more >
Something I've been thinking about recently. A vampire is stronger when they use their "game face," right? If I remember right, in "Prophecy Girl," Buffy told Angel to use his game face before he fought off the Master's goons, and Angel was able to overpower the Beast and bring him to his knees only after he used it.
I think at one point, Angel said that the vamp face does make him stronger, but also increases his bloodlust. I can't remember what episode, though.Read more >
An idea I've had for a while, but figured I'd get some support for it before I actually do it. It's an idea I got from the Resident Evil wiki; quite a few of their character pages are divided into sub-pages for biography, quotes, gallery, etc., and I thought maybe it would be a good idea to do the same here so as to list non-canon or dubious canon info for canon characters on sub-pages. What do you all think? Smijes08 (talk) 02:11, October 10, 2013 (UTC)Read more >
My brother and I have been debating for a while on whether or not Giles' death at the end of Season Eight could really be considered a "natural" death in the same sense as Tara's. We were talking about Angel's chances of bringing him back, and I said that even if magic still existed on Earth, Giles died "a human death by human means" and Angel would probably not be able to do it. My brother, however, said that since Angel is a vampire and was possessed at the time, it was technically a mystical death; the only natural part was that Angel snapped his neck. What do the rest of you think? Smijes08 (talk) 20:42, August 22, 2012 (UTC)Read more >