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5th Jun '17 9:58:05 AM AFP
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*** All other things aside, firearms are considerably more regulated than things like stakes or blades would be. In any case, they'd be much more difficult to get a hold of and train enough with to be proficient. Then again, Buffy has gotten a hold of anti-tank rockets more than once.
5th Jun '17 9:44:16 AM AFP
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*** Spike mentions that humans know as much as they do about fighting vampires thanks to Dracula being an attention whore and [[Literature/Dracula getting a book written about him]]. Imagine how much worse it was in the old days when "stake through the heart" or "holy water" werern't commonly-known vampire weaknesses.

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*** Spike mentions that humans know as much as they do about fighting vampires thanks to Dracula being an attention whore and [[Literature/Dracula [[{{Literature/Dracula}} getting a book written about him]]. Imagine how much worse it was in the old days when "stake through the heart" or "holy water" werern't commonly-known vampire weaknesses.
5th Jun '17 9:40:59 AM AFP
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*** Spike mentions that humans know as much as they do about fighting vampires thanks to Dracula being an attention whore and getting a book written about him. Imagine how much worse it was in the old days when "stake through the heart" or "holy water" werern't commonly-known vampire weaknesses.

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*** Spike mentions that humans know as much as they do about fighting vampires thanks to Dracula being an attention whore and [[Literature/Dracula getting a book written about him.him]]. Imagine how much worse it was in the old days when "stake through the heart" or "holy water" werern't commonly-known vampire weaknesses.
5th Jun '17 9:22:09 AM AFP
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*** Spike mentions that humans know as much as they do about fighting vampires thanks to Dracula being an attention whore and getting a book written about him. Imagine how much worse it was in the old days when "stake through the heart" or "holy water" werern't commonly-known vampire weaknesses.
12th Apr '17 12:45:41 PM Arancaytar
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** Maybe transformations are much easier for the original caster to undo. Or the difficulty of undoing them depends on the strength of the caster. Amy deratting Buffy would then be trivial compared to breaking the transformation Amy cast on herself.
8th Mar '17 1:51:30 AM StClair
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* How the hell was Jonathan planning to commit suicide without killing anybody else
(thus ruling out suicide-by-cop) with a ''high-powered rifle?!''

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* How the hell was Jonathan planning to commit suicide without killing anybody else
else (thus ruling out suicide-by-cop) with a ''high-powered rifle?!''
28th Jan '17 7:57:02 PM Arch9enius
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* Season 3, 'Anne': When Buffy liberates a number of slave laborers from a demon sweatshop, she takes some of their tools / weapons in the fracas. The ones she keeps? A [[HammerAndSickle rubber mallet and a sort of sickle-y thing]].

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* Season 3, 'Anne': When Buffy liberates a number of slave laborers from a demon sweatshop, sweatshop that is working them out of their lives and kicking them onto the streets when they are of no further use, she takes some of their tools / weapons in the fracas. The ones she keeps? A [[HammerAndSickle rubber mallet and a sort of sickle-y thing]].



** Always figured Buffys' replacement got called somewhere in the back end of China or DPRK or Myanmar or somewhere not speaking to the rest of the world. However, it seems the accepted logic is that the next slayer would be called after Faith bought it, as she was the last to recieve the slayer baton before someone phreaked the Call-box to make muliple calls

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** Always figured Buffys' replacement got called somewhere in the back end of China or DPRK or Myanmar or somewhere not speaking to the rest of the world. However, it seems the accepted logic is that the next slayer would be called after Faith bought it, as she was the last to recieve the slayer baton before someone phreaked the Call-box to make muliple callscall everybody at onv
28th Jan '17 7:40:39 PM Arch9enius
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** Always figured Buffys' replacement got called somewhere in the back end of China or DPRK or Myanmar or somewhere not speaking to the rest of the world. However, it seems the accepted logic is that the next slayer would be called after Faith bought it, as she was the last to recieve the slayer baton before someone phreaked the Call-box to make muliple calls
28th Jan '17 7:23:10 PM Arch9enius
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* Season 3, 'Anne': When Buffy liberates a number of slave laborers from a demon sweatshop, she takes some of their tools / weapons in the fracas. The ones she keeps? A [[HammerAndSickle rubber mallet and a sort of sickle-y thing]].
4th Dec '16 3:59:55 PM detghost
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* When you remember season 2's theme is sex, a lot of scenes and dialogue become clearer. For example, in School Hard when Buffy is fighting the vampire outside the Bronze, Xander goes inside to get her purse and pulls out a tampon while looking for a stake. Later, when she and Spike confront each other in the school, Spike says he smells "the blood of a nice, ripe... girl," implying that 1) she's on her menstrual cycle and 2) he knows, which adds some more {{Squick}} to their already sexual-metaphor-heavy conversation.
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