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AN: This chapter was inspired by events in BTVS 7.10 “Bring On the Night.” Links to character sheets at the bottom of the story.

Chapter 27: Meet & Greet

Everyone had left her. Xander and Dawn were still at the hospital with Willow. Anya had headed back to Xander’s for sleep, food, and a shower. The Winchesters were out taking pictures of churches. For the first time in days, Buffy was utterly alone.

“I’m done!” shouted Andrew through the door as the toilet flushed.

“I didn’t hear the sink.”

“I just peed.”

“I don’t care what you did in there. Wash your hands!”

She heard the faucet run for a few seconds before Andrew opened the bathroom door. “It’s nice in there. I like the little towels. I bet the tub is great for bubble baths.”

“Shut up.” She grabbed his collar and took him back to the basement. He smelled ripe, not a surprise on day three of fear sweats. Was he still wearing the clothes he’d pissed himself in? Someone was going to have to babysit him while he showered, and it wasn’t going to be her.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Evil Doesn’t Perish

Jesse Alexander Harrisportrayed by Grey Damon

From a young age, Jesse knew he’d have to learn to keep up. Not with other boys, but with the many girls he was living around. Jesse was the second child born to the new generation. When his older cousin Gracin, began showing her Slayer abilities at a young age, he knew he’d have to work hard to prove his strength to a bunch of supernaturally gifted girls. He didn’t live in a man’s world. He was born in a woman’s world. For this reason, Jesse isn’t too much like his father. While Xander grew to accept he would never be as powerful as his friends, Jesse insisted on finding any way to prove his strength as well as his masculinity. Because of this, he’s grown to be a decently muscular and chiseled young man. He attended school like any other kid would and took on sports, such as wrestling and football. Like his father, he’s a man who can fix things up around the house. He also trains with the Slayers in order to make sure he’s up to snuff. He’s been known to go out on patrol with the girls… and he’s also slept with a few of them. For the most part, he tends to hang out with his cousin, Gracin. He refuses to be the Zeppo, which is why he’s been debating having Zane give him the wolf bite. Jesse is the anti-Xander.

Joshua Nathaniel Harrisportrayed by Dylan O'Brien

Younger by four years, Joshua, unlike his older brother, is the Zeppo of this generation and he’s perfectly okay with that. He’s the child who is most like his father, though he’s much smarter and more focused than his father was as a teenager. He can often be found hanging out with his sister, Joy, and his cousins, Elisa, Jacey, Jasmine, and Lily. He’s incredibly suspicious of Bowie and doesn’t like that Jacey is hanging out with him. Something isn’t right about that guy. Joshua wants to be an engineer, so the girls often find him inventing new technology or fixing the TV or a computer. Many of the girls find his shy, awkward personality rather charming. He isn’t a natural lady charmer like his brother and has no problem getting his ass kicked by the Slayers. He understands that nature created them this way and has no intent on fighting it. Like his father, he’s accepted his place as the Zeppo, as the witness to power that no one can explain. Even while his sister is growing more powerful than him and his brother, he has no complaints. He just wants to make the world a better place with what he was made to do.

Joy Elizabeth Harrisportrayed by Danielle Campbell

Joy, named for her grandmother, is more powerful than both of her older brothers. Younger than Joshua by a year, she is her parents’ precious angel. She takes a lot after her mother. She can often be found with her brother, Joshua, and her cousins, Elisa, Jacey, and Jasmine. At a young age, she picked up a habit of doing research in the Scooby Gang fashion. And then, when she turned thirteen, she began doing magic like her Aunt Willow. And, boy, is she powerful. The Scooby Gang is shocked at her natural ability and Willow has taken it upon herself to train the young girl, in hopes that she won’t end up like she did as a young woman. Due to being a good researcher, Joy is an above-average student, specifically in history, and has taken up Latin and several other dead and demon languages in her spare time. She’s not incredibly athletic, but she knows basic martial arts in case she comes in contact with a vampire or demon. Or she’ll just run. Despite her youth, the Scoobies trust her to do research with them if something big is happening. Although she’s the more powerful one at age fifteen, both of her brothers are ultra protective of her.

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“Seven years, Dawn. Working with the slayer. Seeing my friends get more and more powerful. A witch. A demon. Hell, I could fit Oz in my shaving kit, but come a full moon, he had a wolfy mojo not to be messed with. Powerful. All of them. And I’m the guy who fixes the windows. I saw what you did last night. You thought you were all special. Miss Sunnydale 2003. And the minute you found out you weren’t, you handed the crown to Amanda without a moment’s pause. You gave her your power. They’ll never know how tough it is, Dawnie, to be the one who isn’t chosen. To live so near to the spotlight and never step in it. But I know. I see more than anybody realizes because nobody’s watching me. I saw you last night. I see you working here today. You’re not special. You’re extraordinary.

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Chapter 10: Demons

The wipers swished against the gentle summer rain, and Dean grumbled as they idled at a stoplight. “Lightning my ass. There weren’t even any burn marks. If this were home, I’d be leaning toward wraith; but who the the hell knows here. Wounds were too big for a wraith anyway.”

After visiting the morgue to look at the body of someone killed the previous night in what the newspapers were calling a freak act of God, the Winchesters were driving through the rain on their way to Buffy’s for a night of research with the Scoobies. Until they knew how to kill whatever it was, no one was going on patrol.

“Buffy said something about killing a pole dancer demon –”

“I’m pretty sure that’s not what it’s called,” said Sam, flipping through the case file once more.

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