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Violet or "Vi" (last name unknown) was a Slayer, active in the early 21st century, given her powers when Willow Rosenberg unlocked the essence of the Scythe. Afterward, she became a member of the Slayer Organization, both appearing TV recruitment commercials and joining the New York squad.
A Potential Slayer identified by the Watchers Council, Vi had been taken under the wing of a Watcher, but her time with him/her was very sheltered and she had yet to even see a vampire before her arrival in Sunnydale.
When the First Evil began its attack on the Slayer line, she was sent to Buffy Summers for protection and was one of the first to arrive to the Hellmouth. Vi arrived around the same time as Chloe, after Kennedy, Molly, and Annabelle's arrival and before Rona.
Vi was a very shy and nervous girl, but during her time as a Potential Slayer, she grew into a stronger and more confident young woman. Her training with Buffy and the other Potentials began rather poorly, but as the war built, she became a proficient fighter and was chosen for Faith's tactical assault on the vineyard.
- "These guys are dust."
When the seal was opened, she entered the Hellmouth with an army of fellow Potentials, and though at first overwhelmed by the numbers of the First's Turok-Han, Willow's spell released the power of the Slayer within her, and gave her the confidence necessary to hold her own against the enemy.
She showed tremendous skill in battle, helping some of the injured newly-Chosen Slayers, such as Rona, to escape the destruction of Sunnydale High School and displayed some First Aid knowledge while tending to Robin Wood's injuries on the school bus the group used to escape the destruction of Sunnydale.
The Slayer Organization
- Willow: "We are all pasties."
- Vi: "Or possibly "patsies"?"
- — Willow and Vi[src]
Having survived the Battle at the Hellmouth, Vi joined the Slayer Organization set up by Buffy, Xander Harris, Willow Rosenberg, and Rupert Giles to replace the fallen Watchers Council. In the early days of the group's efforts to locate Slayers worldwide, she appeared alongside Andrew Wells on a recruitment commercial on television, trying to find Slayers.
Vi, going under her full name of Violet, became the leader of the New York cell of Buffy's organization alongside fellow Sunnydale survivor Kennedy. After Willow received a vision about a chronal anomaly which lead her and Buffy to New York, Vi and Kennedy were witness to Buffy's chronal abduction into the future of Haddyn.
During the battle of The Slayer Organization against Twilight in Sunnydale, Vi stayed in New York and monitored the situation with her Wicca squad.
Behind the scenes
- She is referred to as Violet instead of Vi in the comics because otherwise her name would be indistinguishable from the Roman numerals for the number six in a comic format.
- According to Felicia Day, her character on Buffy was supposed to be an Asian girl.
- Felicia Day would later go on to act in other Joss Whedon productions and also find internet fame with her webseries, The Guild.
- Felicia Day later starred with Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia Chase), Julie Benz (Darla), Mercedes McNab (Harmony Kendall), James Marsters (Spike), Harry Groener (Richard Wilkins), Jack Plotnick (Allan Finch), Amber Benson (Tara Maclay), Amy Acker (Winifred Burkle/Illyria), John Rubinstein (Linwood Murrow), Chad Lindberg (David Kirby), Jack Conley (Gib Cain/Sahjhan), Jeff Kober (Zachary Kralik/Rack), Aldis Hodge (Masked Teen), Rob Benedict (Jape), Todd Stashwick (M'Fashnik Demon), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Sam Ryan), Megalyn Echikunwoke (Vaughne) and Ridge Canipe (Tommy) on Supernatural.
- Day portrays Charlie Bradbury in Supernatural. Charlie is a hunter, which similarly to the Slayer hunts demons, vampires and other supernatural creatures. The difference is that hunters (both men and women) do so by their own initiative or personal reasons and do not feature supernatural skills. During one episode Charlie states that she killed a teenage vampire, a possible reference to her role as Violet.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
|Lessons||Beneath You||Same Time, Same Place||Help||Selfless||Him||Conversations with Dead People||Sleeper||Never Leave Me||Bring on the Night||Showtime
|The Killer in Me
|First Date||Get It Done
|Storyteller||Lies My Parents Told Me||Dirty Girls
|End of Days