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I do not own Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I am making no money from this. I know I should be writing updates for my unfinished stories, but I just had to write this first. This is a story anyone can add to. Sunhaven Antiquities, November 6, Buffy rested her chin on one hand as she stared out the window. The grounds spread out beyond her were lush and above them the overcast sky brought a quiet, expectant hush, waiting for rain. The news of the test results Willow had brought her shocking her into silence some time ago. Outside the window everything seemed to go so slowly, but this weather, these grounds were only temporary — they would change and fade year by year.

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Esdese is truly and completely in love with Tatsumi. Esdese just happens to be an insane sadist working for an extremely corrupt government and Tatsumi is a member of a rebel group trying to topple said government. While Esdese is unaware of this fact, Tatsumi tried a Love Redeems on Esdese more than once, trying to use her love for him to make her become good, but gave up quickly when he realized Esdese is completely insane and can’t change. The central romance in Cat’s Eye is between Hitomi and Toshio.

Angel (–) was an American TV show, created by Joss Whedon and David Greenwalt and airing on The WB, about the ongoing trials of Angel, a vampire whose human soul was restored to him by gypsies as a punishment for the murder of one of their more than a century of murder and the torture of innocents, Angel’s restored soul torments him with guilt and remorse.

We comprise such a teeny-tiny fraction of characters on television to begin with that killing us off so haphazardly feels especially cruel. Not every death listed below was wholly uncalled for. In many genres, like soap operas and shows about vampires, zombies, criminals, or games of thrones, characters are killed on the reg. Furthermore, shows composed entirely of queer characters will inevitably kill one.

But regardless, they still add to the body count weighing down our history of misrepresentation. This list contains every television death of an OPENLY lesbian or bisexual or queer female character on a television show. The exceptions were deemed exceptional because something about the characterization still fits in with the Bury Your Gays trope. Hit by a car. Her love interest had just walked into traffic after realizing her lesbianism and Julie was chasing her. Cell Block H Cause of death: Shot by a police officer after escaping from prison Sharon Gilmour, Prisoner:

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France epitomizes this trope, with his character being mainly defined by his constant flirting with , undressing of , and feeling up the other nations. Just how successful he is at actually getting farther than stripping them is up to debate though, seeing that most of the other nations show far more interest in keeping their distance from him than anything else.

Greece might somewhat fit this trope, being said to be the most sexually active country around surpassing even France , but his promiscuity isn’t his main defining character trait unlike with France, so he comes across as more of a sleepy , laidback , somewhat spacey cat lover who just happens to be really good at getting laid. In fact, pretty much any and every nation can fall into this trope in fanworks that equate all forms of international relations with the sexual kind.

Nimbus Llewelyn is a fanfiction author that has written 57 stories for Discworld, Good Omens, Primeval, Temeraire, Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Torchwood, Lord of the Rings, Dresden Files, Silmarillion, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Avengers, James Bond, Smallville, Old Kingdom/Abhorsen series, Sherlock, Kingdom of Heaven, World War Z, Wheel of Time, Green Lantern, and Avengers.

Yes Chapter 5 Disclaimer: What the hell could Buffy see in him? Perhaps she likes the cut of his trousers. Your girlfriend has become lovers with The Immortal. How unfortunate for you. And how fortunate for her. Sunday 4th of April lunchtime Arms. He had very good arms.

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WyldCard4 Unregistered Wyld “What are you? She was crouched on all fours, resembling a cat. Her face was covered in piercings and tattoos. A long forked tongue darts out from the stranger’s mouth and tastes the air. Her chest was armored in some form of pale leather. How did you get in here?

The Dating Catwoman trope as used in popular culture. When the hero of the show and one of the antagonists have a romantic tone right out in the open, as .

Check out these babies. Goodbye stakes, hello flying fatality. Barbie with a kung-fu grip. Started out as a reluctant heroine, but grew to accept her destiny. For much of the show’s run, she was the only really combat-capable character. A Birthday, Not a Break: Every single time her birthday is celebrated on-screen, it’s followed by a big-time supernatural incident or crisis; Spike even lampshades it in the Season 6 episode “Older and Far Away,” telling Buffy that since bad things always seem to happen whenever she celebrates her birthday, she should just stop doing so.

Buffy apparently takes this to heart, since this is the last time they ever do so.

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Buffy finds out she’s immortal, but she’s sure there are others, somewhere in the universe who share that curse. The Immortals’ Dating Service. Vampires could live forever if they weren’t dusted, not that she’d really want to hang out with them, but then there was The Immortal, and The Furies. There had to be others.

The siblings took care of each other while growing up in the “Badlands” a fictional neighborhood in Los Angeles. Alonna was turned into a vampire in her first appearance ” War Zone “. Gunn eventually found Alonna as a vampire and confronted her, but was ultimately forced to stake her with Angel looking on. Alonna continued to appear in future episodes in Gunn’s memory, flashbacks, and dreams. She was also mentioned in many episodes including ” That Old Gang of Mine “.

It was the death of Alonna that made Gunn receptive to Angel ‘s help and also caused him to drift away from his old crew, as he was tired of seeing his friends “picked off one by one”. Anne Steele[ edit ] Anne Steele first appearing as “Chanterelle”, appearing again after changing her name to “Lily”, returning in Angel as Anne is a recurring character crossed over from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, portrayed by Julia Lee.

Chanterelle discovers the true nature of vampires when the club is raided by Spike’s bloodthirsty gang, and her life is saved by Buffy Summers. The character reappears in the third season episode ” Anne “, now known as “Lily” and in love with a boy called Rickie. Buffy is working as a waitress at a diner under her middle name, “Anne”, after running away to Los Angeles. Lily explains to Buffy that she always changes her identity and persona as she moves from place to place, admitting that she was born “Joan Appleby” and had briefly gone by the name “Sister Sunshine”.

When Rickie is killed by demons, Buffy and Lily are taken to a hell dimension where humans are worked as slaves. Lily helps Buffy defeat the demons, and afterwards Buffy decides to go home, leaving her job, apartment, and identity as “Anne” to Lily. Later in the season, in the episode ” The Thin Dead Line “, Anne helps Gunn , Wesley and Cordelia find sanctuary in her shelter from undead police officers.

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A Sunnydale High student and member of the swing choir, she first appears in the episode ” Help ” as part of the seemingly-random stream of students showing up at Buffy’s guidance office. Amanda was sent to Buffy for beating up another student who was picking on her. In the later episode ” Potential “, it is revealed that Amanda is in fact a Potential Slayer , and she aptly slays a vampire who threatens her and Dawn.

Afterwards, Amanda moves into the Summers’ residence, where she trains and becomes friends with her fellow Potentials.

Immortal was a novel written by Christopher Golden and Nancy Holder based on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Veronique is an immortal vampire that continues to return in the body of a newly dead person every time she has been staked.

That’s our little Buffy. Well, she seemed a little Bulgarian in that outfit? Naw, I was gonna say ‘hurt’. Yeah, there’s a lot of that when they’re together. Where are we going? They’ll be at this for a while.

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