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kittyfajitas commented on Chapter 2 on April 10, 2019 01:53pm Liked

Hmm... how to have a Spuffy fic if they can't have sex? Lol!

So a lot of changes for Buffy, she didn't just try to keep on living a normal human style life. Interesting that she'd come up with a co-op plan for the vamps in town. Wonder what Spike's going to think about all that?

Author's Response on April 11, 2019 04:38am

Oh, I've done Spuffy without sex a few times... Not in THIS fic.... 

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nmcil commented on Chapter 2 on March 26, 2019 04:10pm

Great start for your Buffy Vampire - I like how you bring in that Vamp Buffy was not on the automatic "great with soul idea" on her transformation.  Even the small reference brings in a more interesting perspective.  

Author's Response on March 26, 2019 07:13pm

Well, without a soul, she was totally not into having one. It's HARD to be a vampire with a conscience! 

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nmcil commented on Chapter 2 on July 28, 2017 04:46am

Love the unique premise you have taken with Buffy's becoming a vampire - an excellent integration of her human life and the reality of her vampire self with her human soul.  Looking forward to see how Buffy and Spike will relate and how their new status will effect his own understanding of being a vampire - 

Author's Response on July 28, 2017 10:20pm

I really wanted to hash out what it was about Buffy that was human, and what being a vampire would do to that. Spike and Buffy are, of course, going to have a lot to talk about....

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Cohava commented on Chapter 2 on July 12, 2017 08:10am

I love the exploration of Vampire!Buffy as a character. Even with the soul, she is different-not human anymore-and it shows. Her having thrall is an interesting detail, I haven't seen it much in other fics, it's original. It's a bloodline trait, anyway, shared by Dru and the Master, so it makes sense. Speaking of, I like how she tries to come to terms with the concept of vampiric "family", which interesting enough includes Angel's minions too, not only the obvious suspects. I like it, acknowledging the red shirts is always a big plus in my book. And it ties in with the whole slaughterhouse concept, which I also (surprise!) like a lot. In general, I like stories that go into detail about the "sustainability" of the supernatural element... one of the problems I had with Angel on the show, for example, is that they never explained where his money came from. Of course, being Angel, it was probably blood money from his evil days that he didn't bother to make amends for. It's telling how Buffy here is actively trying to be honest and good and actually involved in the vampire community and making it better. Her being a vampire makes her less concerned about details like driving too fast, but she is stil fundamentally good. By the way, loved how you weaved in an explanation for her canon inability to drive, very believable. Finally, I liked Xander's part in all this. I found him very in character, supporting Buffy but still trying to relate to her as if she's still human. It's very him. 

 

Author's Response on July 30, 2017 11:46pm

I really wanted to figure out what Buffy was like as a Vampire. The soul would make her less than strictly evil, but it wouldn't make her human again. The limited thrall thing actually did show up early in the draft, but I was very glad it was there as the rest of the fic progressed. It came in very handy later!

The insustainablility of blood-drinking vampires always struck me. The only way there could be that many vampires in sunnydale is, A. if they were figuring out some foodsource which was not lethal, or B. not human. Buffy was going to need blood. It was important to sort that out.

I kept meaning to write a one-shot about Buffy's inability to drive, but I like how it worked itself into this fic even better.

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OffYourBird commented on Chapter 2 on June 02, 2017 02:31pm Liked

This is such a fascinating take on vamp!Buffy! I like how you deal with the differences between soullessness amd souledness here (and how Buffy is no longer buying Angel's crap about 'not being the same person' *rolls eyes*). Also, the reasons for her being a bad driver before is a nice roll-in.

With all the talk of 'brothers' I am very suspicious that Angel is Buffy's sire (as well as Buffy's friends' admonishment that she let it happen). Perhaps done when Buffy was trying to cure Angel? Hmmm...

I really enjoy the idea of Buffy adopting 'Slayer' as her new identity. It was always the demonic portion of her anyway, although sad that she doesn't see herself as that human anymore...

And ugh, poor cursed Buffy can't even enjoy having sex with hot Spike.... Sad!

Very cool idea with the slaughterhouse. It gives Buffy a purpose in her new life

Author's Response on June 03, 2017 01:56pm

I was hoping I'd do vamp!Buffy justice. It was easier doing vamp!Dawn, to be honest, since her adolescent nature matches the concept of a newborn fledge better than Buffy's dutiful Slayer energy. I think I landed it. People seem to like it, anyway. And yeah, the slaughterhouse was an inspiration. Always wonder why Angel didn't do something similar... oh, yeah. He's a selfish prick. Forgot that for a sec.

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AGriffinWriter commented on Chapter 2 on October 09, 2016 02:47pm

Oh, so they used the same "Do not have sex, do not pass go and collect $200" curse on Buffy. Hmm, that may prove problematic, given Spike and his oozing sexiness.

Interesting little business proposition Buffy has going here. A clever way to make her friends still be useful in her life while still clamping down control over the local vamps.

Author's Response on October 09, 2016 04:51pm

Yeah, it's a crappy curse, and oozing sexiness will SO throw a spoke in that wheel...

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thenewbuzwuzz commented on Chapter 2 on October 06, 2016 12:01am Liked

Squee! I love her!

Angel, you useless berk. facepalm

"But Buffy was a vampire herself. Technically, they were family. Soul or not, they were all the same.

Which meant, Slayer realized, that Spike was, too, wasn't he?" - I was waiting for this thought. :))

The happiness clause! OH, CRAP!

Author's Response on October 06, 2016 12:05am

Yeah, Happiness Clause is a great big load of Oh Crap!

 

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DarkVoid116 commented on Chapter 2 on October 04, 2016 09:48pm

I really like that you have Buffy be called 'Slayer' when she's a vampire. It helps to differentiate between Human!Buffy and Vampire!Buffy. 

I don't like that they shoved her soul back into her to help with /their/ problems. They needed her, so they ensouled her. I would've preferred it if they ensouled her because they wanted something of Buffy back that wouldn't need to be staked, someone they could still have around.

I like the idea that Willow, Xander, Giles and Joyce would let her try to keep existing as a vampire and would be friends with her. I wish someone had ensouled Jesse (random Dark ramblings.....Xander would've been so different had someone helped Jesse acclimate himself as a vampire)

Joyce and Giles going to London is awesome. I like them opening a gallery, existing in the same, away-from-Sunnydale life.

Lines I liked:

- "and they weren’t above cutting corners, in the same way the sea is not above the clouds" Just a wonderful line. That's all here.

- "Getting her soul shoved back inside her hadn’t made her any less the demon she had been the hour before" This is such an important realization for her, something I don't think she gets until Spike is very similar souled and ensouled. He just feels a bit more contrite, wants to help a little more, and understands the differences between right and wrong more. I love and hate the soul in the Buffyverse, but I'm glad she realized that Angel's distinction game isn't as meaningful as he makes it out to be.

- "her vampire sensibilities had found Spike incredibly hot" I dunno why, but this made me chuckle. Spike's obviously very attractive, and Buffy has eyes, but it still made me laugh. I guess maybe it's the knowledge that she finds/will find Spike hot even as a human.

Plot points I liked:

- Buffy creating, basically, a situation where she's the Master of Sunnydale, the head demon. Everybody basically needs to follow her because of her strength, and she seems like a fair ruler of the demon community, if not hellbent on destruction and stuff. 

- Buffy caring for Angel's other boys as brothers. I like that.

 

All in all, another great chapter. I'm excited to see Spike return in, hopefully, the coming chapters. I like this universe and its versions of Spike, Buffy, Giles, Joyce, Willow, Harm, Angel's boys, and, especially, Xander. Seeing Xander like this gives me hope that he and the other Scoobies will be partially approving of the Spuffy relationship when it comes. It at least gives me hope!

 

Awesome chapter, Sig. Excited for more. Thanks for doing this challenge and story justice.

Author's Response on October 05, 2016 04:55am

Yeah, I was worried the Slayer/Buffy thing would be distracting, but it seemed to work well enough. Like Spike/William and Angel/Liam(and to a lesser extent Angelus) it just makes things a little more clear.

There probably was an element of just wanting Buffy back, but just wanting Buffy back is incredibly selfish, whereas "But we really NEEDED her!" makes it feel more like they had no choice. (They had choices....)

I think the sea is not above the clouds line might have been stolen from Douglas Adams, but whatever it was paraphrased, so I didn't feel the need to add a note. But I also don't take full credit for it.

Of course vampire and human Buffy BOTH found Spike incredibly hot. But vampire Buffy has a bit more... there's the "hey, that's an elder!" vibe going on there.

 

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kasumi_chan commented on Chapter 2 on October 04, 2016 09:14am

[It wasn’t until after they’d defeated the Mayor and Angel had been about to just send the boys on their way that she’d realized... these were her brothers. Fellow vampires, just like her. Not only had Angel just abandoned them, but he’d abandoned them to go on killing.]

 

Mmmhh.. It seems OOC for Angel, to abandon them to go on killing. I mean, yeah, it's typical of him, the casual dismissal of his offspring, but he wouldn't let them kill, after he regained his soul. Maybe he wanted to dust his minions before leaving to LA, but Buffy stopped him, because now she thinks they are her brothers.

The curse thing on Slayer... makes me think. She didn't keep her soul, instead Willow brought it back with the same curse as Angel. So... it means she can't be happy?? But it's totally against that beautiful banner up there, with Slayer and Spike laughting together. So I have hope :)

It was a strange chapter, mostly technical stuff and explanations of what had happened. But it's interesting to read how you see Buffy as a vampire and what does she feel know of her calling and other vampires :)

Author's Response on October 04, 2016 06:21pm

Well, if you think in terms of what actually happened with Angel, it's not that OOC. He was Bad Angelus, and Angelus had minions. (1) He is resouled and sent to hell (2) He returns and minions are nowhere near by. He's weak, he's thinking about Buffy and himself, and he's not thinking about the fact that he has at least half a dozen minions floating around somewhere (3). He gets better. (4)

This is the point wherein he should have started paying attention to what happened, realize he has minion offspring, and go and do something about them. But... this is Angel. Since when does Angel take responsibility for the shit Angelus has done? Since when does he think about anything unpleasant? Since when does he take any responsibility at all? No, he kept hanging out in the mansion and doing season three Angel stuff, mooning over Buffy and generally... well, being Angel. He just didn't THINK about the minions, because they weren't important to him right then. In this sense, he could be said to have abandoned them, at this point.

Then (5) he needs an army to fight the Mayor. He can't go making minions, that would be wrong...! But wait... don't I already HAVE some of those floating around? RIGHT! I do, don't I! All I have to do is find them (canon establishes that Darla can find him, so he should be able to find them) shake them around a lot, establish that I'm still Angelus even with a soul in me, and use them to fight the mayor. Free soldiers!

His plan after that was either to dust them then, or (at least he put it this way in front of Slayer, who had some fellow feeling for them) set them free. It was only Buffy who pointed out he'd abandoned them to go on killing.

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EllieRose101 commented on Chapter 2 on October 04, 2016 06:40am Liked

“You shouldn’t have let it happen." 

SHOULDN'T HAVE LET IT HAPPEN?! Bloody hell! 

That's, like, victim blaming at it's most literal. 

SMH. Damn, Willow! 

Author's Response on October 04, 2016 06:07pm

Well, in this instance, there was a certain element of walking up and saying "Bite me." So she sort of has a point? But it's still appalling, and the point just digs it deeper.

EllieRose101 Replied on October 05, 2016 02:56am

You're saying Buffy wanted to be vamped? I really need to read on! 

Author's Response on October 05, 2016 03:09am

No, not exactly wanted to be vamped... but she did volunteer to be bitten.

EllieRose101 Replied on October 05, 2016 03:14am

I am most intrigued! 

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gonnaregretthis commented on Chapter 2 on October 03, 2016 08:58pm Liked

Such an interesting angle on Buffy's ongoing struggle with alienation from her friends and loved ones.  Now she's separated in another way, but has a greater kinship with another group--their enemies.  Gonna be dark, and very interesting.

Author's Response on October 03, 2016 10:11pm

This actually isn't one of my darker stories (of course, I go pretty dark at times, so....) probably because they end up isolated from most bad choices. But it is certainly interesting.

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Chrissel commented on Chapter 2 on October 03, 2016 08:45am Liked

I love the idea of a slaughterhouse! Why has no one (that I've seen) thought of that before? And Buffy's already thinking the soul needs anchoring! Hee hee!  

Author's Response on October 03, 2016 12:11pm

Indeed, that soul needs anchoring. Or SOMETHING has to happen, because sexy Spike!

 

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pfeifferpack commented on Chapter 2 on October 03, 2016 02:50am Liked

I like and understand that Buffy would look upon Angels get as her brothers.  Love that back story.  Yeah that's Angel to a tee.  Make minions as Angelus, conveniently forget about them when back with his soul (just as he never did anything to take care of those he made years ago like Penn and Lawson or Dru and Spike for example) then plan to dust them after using them again.  He has NO moral compass even with the soul.

A slaughterhouse (in spite of my emotional thoughts on such...yeah I'm a hypocrite who eats some meat but cringes at the thought of how it got to my table.  HATE the conditions in those places of mass production.  May be a kinder way to go for the vampires to feed on the animals to kill them actually)  makes sense on many levels. Buffy has set herself up as the Master in a way.  She's taken charge of the vampires in town at least.  

The demons must be happy because unless they personally cross her she's not out there acting as the Slayer.

I hope she is smarter than Angel and looks into how to make that soul permanent. 

Yes Willow (OH her reasons why were terrible but much like her reason in canon for dragging Buffy from heaven...she wants the Slayer there doing the dirty work) and Angel would have done just this!  The resouling was not for Buffy's benefit.  In fact knowing Buffy she would have wanted them to stake her once she was turned.

Love how she sent Joyce and Giles away.  It would have been too much for them to deal with her as a vampire, especially one who even with a soul is not interested in reclaiming her life to most degrees.

Like the idea of her living in the mansion and that Xander is actually trying to help her.  He clearly still has the hots for her and does not get that she is even more out of his league than when she was merely the Slayer.

Willow is not really her friend I think.  That remains to be seen.

Yeah, get that soul anchored girly cause you know you want to go for that happiness and Spike is already tempting her.

Dying to know who turned her (Spike likely is too).  

Naturally Angel STILL left her.  He would always choose that path.  He could have been with her when the Morah demon got him in canon but chose not to.  He could have found a way to anchor the soul and just stayed for that matter.  He could have stayed and stopped worrying about HIS happy moment to take care of the girl he claimed he loved actually.  Yeah, shove a soul into her against her will then leave her...classic Angel!

Excellent.

Kathleen

Author's Response on October 03, 2016 05:29am

That back story with Angel's minions turned up as I was watching Graduation and saw Angel with all those fighters just randomly attacking the mayor's thugs. Now, none of them were vamped. Some of them were students. (One of them was Wes.) But lots of them looked LOTS older than students, and who the hell would be fighting with Angel anyway? The original shooting script describes them as "heavy looking fellows" which is fairly vague, but the first time I saw that episode I honestly thought those were vampires who were on Angel's side. Now that I know more  about the show, I don't think that was the writers' intentions, but... they still COULD be Angel's vampires. And my head canon was always that they were. So... now, in this story at least, it's official that they are.

I'm a farmer, and my mom was a vet, so I've gotten to see animal birth and death as just part of the same cycle, but given a choice, I very much prefer to eat our own meat, that we raised, know had a healthy happy life, and was killed instantaneously by the mobile butcher truck, unknowing, with their head buried in fresh food, never a moment of fear and never seeing it coming. That's what I eventually landed on, as my preferred carnivorous take. Feed lots and major slaughter production disgusts me. I am a carnivore, I don't have to be a sadist about it. But it struck me very much that trying to turn vampires into non-cannibals would be very difficult, because killing people is free. Animal blood, not so much. It would be expensive to quit killing unless there was some system like this set up. So... time to set one up, obviously! Least that was Buffy's take on it.

You really have Buffy's number about the ensoulment. She was very not-impressed. And of course Angel left! He wants to pine for her, not actually do any of the work of having a relationship with her. Much easier to just leave.

Spike is SERIOUSLY tempting her already, partly because he's a hot elder vamp and even as a human she found him sexy. As a hot-blooded fledge? I'm sure she's panting already.

 

 

 

 

pfeifferpack Replied on October 03, 2016 09:56am

Oh yes! I'm a carnivore too and your way is how it should be IMHO.  It's the factory farming and slaughterhouses of terror that disgust me.  When we can we try (not being farmers) to buy Kosher because they are more humane in how the killing happens. No reason to torture or traumatize the animals we raise to eat IMHO.  There has to be a better way.  What you describe is exactly how it should work.  Having the vampires drain the animals also fits with my belief that we shouldn't waste anything we can use when we do kill to eat.  It dishonors the animal's life when we waste, makes the killing for nothing.  Buffy's solution to her feed the vampires situation is a good one.  Not only is the blood feeding the vampires but the meat sold also gives an income source and does not waste the animal either.

Oh yeah she was tempted in canon too I think (he was emotionally involved but she was physically attracted is how I saw it).

Yi

pfeifferpack Replied on October 03, 2016 09:57am

Oh yes! I'm a carnivore too and your way is how it should be IMHO.  It's the factory farming and slaughterhouses of terror that disgust me.  When we can we try (not being farmers) to buy Kosher because they are more humane in how the killing happens. No reason to torture or traumatize the animals we raise to eat IMHO.  There has to be a better way.  What you describe is exactly how it should work.  Having the vampires drain the animals also fits with my belief that we shouldn't waste anything we can use when we do kill to eat.  It dishonors the animal's life when we waste, makes the killing for nothing.  Buffy's solution to her feed the vampires situation is a good one.  Not only is the blood feeding the vampires but the meat sold also gives an income source and does not waste the animal either.

Oh yeah she was tempted in canon too I think (he was emotionally involved but she was physically attracted is how I saw it).

You are writing one very compelling story that gets to the core of the characters once again and I'm thrilled.

Kathleen

pfeifferpack Replied on October 03, 2016 09:58am

Oops...clearly the second was the one I wanted to post.....

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slaymesoftly commented on Chapter 2 on October 02, 2016 08:01pm

 As you've already heard from others, not a big fan of vamp Buffy, but this is interesting. So, Willow used the gypsy curse to put Buffy's soul back? That's why it isn't securely attached? (the implication being that sex with Spike might make her so happy she loses it?)  Hmmmm definitely interesting...

Author's Response on October 02, 2016 08:05pm

Yep, it's definitely a cursed soul. Kind of a burden at that point...

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All4Spike commented on Chapter 2 on October 02, 2016 11:05am Liked

So... who turned Buffy? I love that she totally acknowledges her demon, so much more pragmatic than Angel. Typical of him to deny responsibility for his minions and totally ignore their existence, because Angelus made them, not him. Until he could use them...

And could Willow have been more callous when she gave Buffy her soul back?

And of course, Angel left Buffy. With both of them being cursed, there's double the risk of either or both of them losing their souls. However, something tells me that Angel would be in far more danger of that than this new Buffy....

Love supportive Xander, even if he is still in denial and trying to pretend that Buffy is still Buffy... just with this little sunlight allergy issue on the side.

Intriguing that Joyce and Giles have gone to England.

Looking forward to the next confrontation with Spike.

Author's Response on October 02, 2016 07:19pm

We'll find out about the turning soon!

Yeah, Willow was basically doing the same thing about the soul as she did about the resurrection.

As for Angel, indeed, double the trouble, double the danger. Though... yeah. Angel's... well. Yeah. Ugh. Angel.

 

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beauty commented on Chapter 2 on October 02, 2016 10:57am

I am sure you will make it good, but I am still sorry Buffy is undead.

So Buffy/Slayer has an inside look into the Angel/Angelus baloney. You have laid down heavy hints as to her turning, but I don't want to spoil it by speculating here.  

Buffy should not be afraid of Spike's hotness. The idea that "having a happy" as it was so gracelessly put on the show was enough to cause Angel his moment of perfect happiness was silly.  And eventually shown to be false, as Wesley suggested in would be, on AtS. That perfect happiness in his sexual encounter with Buffy was twisted up with a lot of desires specific to her, beyond a physiological response to stimulation.  Buffy and Spike surely had lots of "happies" in Season Six, that left both of them bereft of anything resembling actual happiness.  If they develop a relationship that supports the attainment of happiness, there is danger. Presumably - with less than an hour soulless, who is to know (other than you) what Slayer would be like without her soul.  But I have a feeling perfect happiness will not come easily to Slayer.

Can't wait for Slayer/Spike interaction.  The Gem could add a lot to their unlives.

Author's Response on October 02, 2016 07:14pm

Yeah, mostly at this point we're talking hints and suggestions. Things will be spelled out soon.

Yeah, that thing about having a happy IS pretty much balderdash... and Buffy should really know that, shouldn't she... Darn. It doesn't look like she does... Hmmmmm. Wonder why that is?

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Sunalso commented on Chapter 2 on October 02, 2016 10:08am Liked

Very interesting idea with the slaughterhouse, though it does make me think a little bit about what was happening in the wishverse. (Though I'm more comfortable with pigs and cows that people...)

Darn unanchored soul.

I like how you're dancing around her actual turning, I'm  guessing well get to see that scene sooner or later ;-) (And then we'll all get to see how right or not we were!)

Author's Response on October 02, 2016 06:19pm

Yeah, that floating soul stuff is a real bear!

I'm not surprised the slaughterhouse reminds you of wishverse. They're doing it for much the same reason, only Buffy is using animals instead of humans. You got to get enough blood... the question is how.

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magnus374 commented on Chapter 2 on October 02, 2016 07:30am

We learned a lot in this chapter. Angel turned her, probably while he was poisoned, Willow put her soul back, but is it still a curse? Buffy is handling being a souled vampire a lot better than Angel. She of course didn't have the guilt overload and from being the Slayer she was probably used to be at war with herself. 

I really liked how she planned things, but how did she get all the money? Having vampires doing work will cut costs but building an entire slaughter house would be really expensive. That bank loan must be enormous. 

I like how she is taking care of other vampires. Angel is just abandoning everyone but Slayer care more than that. 

Author's Response on October 02, 2016 06:23pm

It's hinted Angel turned ehr, but not spelled out yet.

A business start up loan, with Joyce and Giles as collateral partners, is a very doable thing. Angel left her the mansion, so she's not paying for that. (How he got it... canon never said, so we're assuming it's legal enough.) But most business loans work on a five year plan before they expect any pay-back, so it's not impossible.

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annamatte commented on Chapter 2 on October 02, 2016 06:01am Liked

 Great chapter! The story is more and more interesting. I like how vamp!Buffy is written, I like to see her inner struggle between the soul and the evil of her demon, her identity and impulse control issues. And all of that makes this alternate universe believable and intriguing. She doesn’t want to be a Slayer anymore, but Sunnydale and the world need a Slayer with Faith being still in a coma, so I'm curious to see how things will turn out.

Angel is really a jerk! How could he think that Buffy doesn’t know the truth, now the she is a vampire too? And his attitude toward his minions didn’t surprise me. I think this is so typical of him. GRRR...May I have a stake, please? It’s nice to see that Buffy adopted those vampires.

As for Willow, her decision to put the soul back into Buffy's body is comparable to that of resurrecting Buffy. But the biggest thing is she hadn't any sense of guilt, or simpathy for her friend. Hopefully we can see a minion draining her dry... innocent

Now I cant't wait to read the next update. And I'm curious to see the next meeting between Spike and Buffy.

Author's Response on October 02, 2016 07:20pm

Angel IS a Jerk! It's... all very typical of him, in truth.

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angelic_amy commented on Chapter 2 on October 02, 2016 05:01am Liked

Another great chapter. I'm interested to see how the story will unfold, keep up the great work. 

Author's Response on October 02, 2016 06:17pm

Thank you!

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Spikelover88 commented on Chapter 2 on October 02, 2016 01:58am

great chapter:)

Author's Response on October 02, 2016 06:15pm

Thanks

 

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Flowerofthewolf commented on Chapter 2 on October 01, 2016 10:31pm Liked

A brilliant idea having Buffy and Angel's leftover minions running a slaughterhouse business. They get to use the blood that is normally disposed, and make a steady income. Either way they don't have to feed, and Buffy can appease her slayer nature (I'm assuming she didn't lose it?)

So... If Angel is in L.A, does that mean he isn't going to be helping Buffy with the family business? Is he the one who turned her? And Spike, did that line mean that if she sleeps with him, she will get a happy and lose her soul? 

So many questions! I am excited to see what happens next. Thanks for the chapter!

Author's Response on October 02, 2016 06:06pm

Yeah, isn't that the most cunning plan? Getting enough blood! It's a really big deal. Thanks for reading!

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tshe4323 commented on Chapter 2 on October 01, 2016 10:03pm Liked

Very interesting..I'm hooked can't wait to see how this plays out 

Author's Response on October 02, 2016 03:05pm

It should be hair raising!

 

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Rezol87 commented on Chapter 2 on October 01, 2016 09:47pm Liked

I think Spike will do her some good, seems to me she's got some disassociative identity issues starting. Can't wait for them to run into each other too and I really wanna know the story about how she got turned .

Author's Response on October 01, 2016 09:54pm

So does Spike!

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kasumi commented on Chapter 2 on October 01, 2016 09:33pm Liked

Niiiice... I like this story so far.

Author's Response on October 01, 2016 09:55pm

Thanks!

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