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Btvs This article's subject is part of the alternate timeline known as the Wishverse.
For the original timeline equivalent, see Willow Rosenberg.
For other uses, see Willow.


"Bored now."
―Willow Rosenberg[src]

In the Wishverse, Willow Rosenberg was at some point turned into a vampire. After the apparent deaths of Luke and Darla, she became one of the most powerful and feared members of the Order of Aurelius and, alongside her lover Xander, one of the leading acolytes of The Master.

Biography

Early life

Willow Rosenberg was born to Sheila and Ira Rosenberg. Her mother was supercilious and distant. Willow became best friends with Xander Harris at a young age and she attended school with him throughout all of her life. On her first day of kindergarten, Willow cried because she broke a yellow crayon. In her early years in high school, Willow was a shy, naive "nerd" with a light, risqué sense of humor. A member of the Math, Science, and Computer clubs, she was the person to go to for tutoring help. Willow was ridiculed by her more popular classmates, including cheerleaders Cordelia Chase and Harmony Kendall. She had a hopeless crush on her lifelong friend Xander, who ignored her. On the night of the Harvest, she, Xander and many people were attacked and bitten by the Order of Aurelius.

The Wishverse

Willow, after being sired, was a lot like a less insane version of Drusilla. She was sadistic, as she tortured her "puppy", Angel. Willow, along with Xander, seemed to have replaced Darla and Luke as The Master's favorites.  As a result of these tortures, Angel bore several gruesome burn scars on his chest. Vampire Willow was killed by Oz and Larry Blaisdell when the two pushed her into a broken wooden board. 

The Original Timeline

Vampire Willow was momentarily saved from death in the Wishverse when Anya and the "real" Willow attempted to perform a temporal fold to retrieve Anyanka's necklace, though Willow's interruption of the spell pulled the vampire Willow into their reality instead.

Wandering the "mainstream" Sunnydale, vampire Willow was shocked to see the humans roaming freely at night. She had an altercation with Percy West in the Bronze, which had the good side-effect of making him respect the real Willow. Following this, she exposed her vamp face to Xander and Buffy, causing much confusion.

Disappointed with the "mainstream" Sunnydale, Willow found herself wandering through the streets until she was found by a group of vampire assassins sent by Mayor Wilkins. After subduing them all, and making them her minions through intimidation of the leader Alphonse, she proceeded to try to make the world "better", starting with taking over the Bronze, which in her reality was the headquarters of the Order.

Recognizing the vampire Willow, Anya convinced her that she could help her get back to her world but first they needed this world's Willow to perform the spell. Vamp Willow tried to kidnap her human counterpart at the Sunnydale High library, but Willow subdued her with a tranq gun.

Switching clothes with her vampire counterpart, the human Willow helped the Scooby Gang retake the Bronze. Vamp Willow was returned to her world by Anya, Rupert Giles, and Willow, though she was returned to the exact moment she was taken. Grabbed by the Wishverse versions of Oz and Larry, she was pushed into a broken wooden board. Her last words, before turning to dust, were, "Oh, fu-".

Personality and traits

Vamp Willow was particularly sexual, going so far as attempting to seduce, and later attempting to force herself on, her own human counterpart. She was particularly fond of sexual domination, enjoying torturing Angel, whom she referred to as "Puppy", and mounted him during her torture sessions. It was also indicated she was bisexual as she hit on regular Willow by feeling her up and flirting heavily.

Powers and Abilities

Vamp Willow possessed all the regular powers and weaknesses of a common vampire. She was also a formidable fighter, capable of defeating a pack of vampires by herself.

Realtionships

  • Willow Rosenberg — Vampire Willow expressed an attraction for her human self that was in the normal universe. Willow found this somewhat disturbing, asking, "Would that mean we have to snuggle?" However, in a fight with her, she stated she would rather snuggle than fight. Willow had also stopped Buffy from staking her alter ego, taking pity on her. So instead, they decided to send Vampire Willow to her own world only to get staked once there.

Appearances

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 3
"Anne"


Absent
"Dead
Man's
Party
"
Absent
"Faith,
Hope
& Trick
"
Absent
"Beauty
and the
Beasts
"
Absent
"Homecoming"


Absent
"Band
Candy
"

Absent
"Revelations"


Absent
"Lovers
Walk
"

Absent
"The
Wish
"

Appears
"Amends"


Absent
"Gingerbread"


Absent
"Helpless"


Absent
"The
Zeppo
"

Absent
"Bad
Girls
"

Absent
"Consequences"


Absent
"Doppelgangland"


Appears
"Enemies"


Absent
"Earshot"


Absent
"Choices"


Absent
"The
Prom
"

Absent
"Graduation
Day,
Part One
"
Absent
"Graduation
Day,
Part Two
"
Absent
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 5
"Buffy
vs.
Dracula
"
Absent
"Real
Me
"

Absent
"The
Replacement
"

Mentioned
"Out of
My Mind
"

Absent
"No Place
Like Home
"

Absent
"Family"


Absent
"Fool
for
Love
"
Absent
"Shadow"


Absent
"Listening
to Fear
"

Absent
"Into
the
Woods
"
Absent
"Triangle"


Absent
"Checkpoint"


Absent
"Blood
Ties
"

Absent
"Crush"


Absent
"I Was
Made to
Love You
"
Absent
"The
Body
"

Absent
"Forever"


Absent
"Intervention"


Absent
"Tough
Love
"

Absent
"Spiral"


Absent
"The Weight
of the
World
"
Absent
"The
Gift
"

Absent

Behind the Scenes

  • In the shooting script for "Doppelgängland", she is labeled as "Vampwill".
  • This version of Vamp Willow's bisexual behavior foreshadowed regular Willow's eventual coming out.
  • Her catchphrase, "Bored now...", was used by Dark Willow before killing Warren Mears.

See also

References

  1. "Doppelgängland" shooting script

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