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13th Sep '17 5:11:08 PM nombretomado
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Hence why every heterosexual female in the coffee shop, as well as the [[DeathOfTheAuthor bisexual female]]([[SuddenlySexuality s]]) and ''the explicitly'' (but [[DeathOfTheAuthor arguably]] [[KinseyScaleOfTropes not necessarily]]) ''lesbian female'' swoon over his voice, but the only other male present starts to [[BuffySpeak get the wiggins]].

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Hence why every heterosexual female in the coffee shop, as well as the [[DeathOfTheAuthor bisexual female]]([[SuddenlySexuality s]]) and ''the explicitly'' (but [[DeathOfTheAuthor arguably]] [[KinseyScaleOfTropes [[JustForFun/KinseyScaleOfTropes not necessarily]]) ''lesbian female'' swoon over his voice, but the only other male present starts to [[BuffySpeak get the wiggins]].
8th Jul '17 9:14:21 PM Orbiting
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[[WMG: The First is the [[{{Exalted}} Ebon Dragon]]]]

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[[WMG: The First is the [[{{Exalted}} [[TabletopGame/{{Exalted}} Ebon Dragon]]]]
14th May '17 6:19:43 AM CG-Druid
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The first is reasonably generic but could easily tie in with Joyce's divorce recently before the start of the series and the fact that the next time she got serious with someone he turned out to be an insane robot. The second one, more darkly, could quite clearly be linked with the fact that Joyce did die in her early 40s. For the third, alright technically the school blew up more then it burned down at graduation (it was the gym that burned down) but it's still a pretty big coincidence.

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** The first is reasonably generic but could easily tie in with Joyce's divorce recently before the start of the series and the fact that the next time she got serious with someone he turned out to be an insane robot. The second one, more darkly, could quite clearly be linked with the fact that Joyce did die in her early 40s. For the third, alright technically the school blew up more then it burned down at graduation (it was the gym that burned down) but it's still a pretty big coincidence.coincidence.

[[WMG:The adventures of Melaka Fray are in an alternate timeline.]]
At the time of Melaka Fray, magic has left Earth, as well as in the ninth season of the series. However, she has returned in the ninth season. By the absence of magic no vampires could be created, and the humans who were bitten were turned into a kind of zombies called [[http://buffy.wikia.com/wiki/Zompire zompires]]. When the magic returned, a new breed of [[http://buffy.wikia.com/wiki/New_vampire vampires]] emerged, which were much more powerful than the old breed. In the time of Melaka Fray, however, there are neither zompires nor the new vampires, but only the already known breed.
* In addition, the magic of Willow has ensured that there are many slayers around the world, but at the time of Melaka, she is the only slayer in the world.
* In the comics Melaka learns of a century-old witch named "Dark Willow". Maybe Willow has stayed nasty in Melaka's timeline, that never created the magic that created countless slayers, and the magic was not destroyed in the way it did in the ninth season, so no zompires or new vampires were created.

[[WMG:The prehistoric animals were actually demons.]]
There are several indications for this. It is emphasized several times that the Earth was a world of demons for millions of years. Thus there is no time at which primeval animals could have existed. Also, in the comics, Angel finds a demon in Los Angels that looks like a T-Rex.
5th May '17 8:26:17 PM ApeAccount
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* Most UK viewers aren't fooled by James Marsters' British accent, and they shouldn't be. Spike, who has travelled the world, hasn't lived in England for over a century. Arnold Schwarzenegger needs an accent coach to maintain his iconic Austrian accent, because living in California for most of his life would have decimated the accent. Spike is too proud to remove his accent, even though it now sounds a bit fake to British ears. He keeps it when losing his memory because his tongue retained its muscle memory. Notably, neither Angel nor Angelus keep up the fake accent charade, because they find the idea of clinging to an accent to be hokey. (David Boreanaz's accent as 18th-century Liam, however, was simply just a bad acting accent.)

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* Most UK viewers aren't fooled by James Marsters' British accent, and they shouldn't be. Spike, who has travelled the world, hasn't lived in England for over a century. Arnold Schwarzenegger needs an accent coach to maintain his iconic Austrian accent, because living in California for most of his life would have decimated the accent. Spike is too proud to remove his accent, even though it now sounds a bit fake to British ears. He keeps it when losing his memory because his tongue retained its muscle memory. Notably, neither Angel nor Angelus keep up the fake accent charade, because they find the idea of clinging to an accent to be hokey. (David Boreanaz's accent as 18th-century Liam, however, was simply just a bad acting accent.))
[[WMG: Buffy shares a universe with FantasyIsland and Tattoo is a prophet]]
* In the FantasyIsland episode "I Want to Get Married/The Jewel Thief" (written a couple of decades before BuffyTheVampireSlayer) Tattoo decided to go into the greeting card business. He wrote three unusual greeting cards.
** 1. Congratulations on your divorce. Next time look before you leap.
** 2. Condolences on your 40th birthday. Insurance paid up?
** 3. Dear graduate, congratulations on your graduation. Too bad they had to burn the school down.
The first is reasonably generic but could easily tie in with Joyce's divorce recently before the start of the series and the fact that the next time she got serious with someone he turned out to be an insane robot. The second one, more darkly, could quite clearly be linked with the fact that Joyce did die in her early 40s. For the third, alright technically the school blew up more then it burned down at graduation (it was the gym that burned down) but it's still a pretty big coincidence.
10th Apr '17 2:04:37 PM AurumAstrum
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* The basic plot has basically become a SuperRegistrationAct where vampires, Slayers, witches, the supernatural, they need to be monitored and watched by the government, after a horrific disaster breaks the masquerade. Buffy, Willow, Spike and the like are dead set against the idea. Dead set against Slayers working for the government trying to control the situation. Kennedy had been recruited. Kennedy is in favor of guns and military tactics that kind of automatically makes her evil. InUniverse Kennedy is considered TheScrappy of scrappies, to say nothing of what the fans think of her. And Kennedy has always had this...unfettered maybe attitude in that it doesn't matter what others think about the use of guns, doesn't matter that stopping Wolfram & Hart involves corporate terrorism. Outside of some new threat or that there is an evil left that had not been dealt with then Kennedy is a...hmmm, [[JustForPun potential]] antagonist. Well more antagonistic anyway.

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* The basic plot has basically become a SuperRegistrationAct where vampires, Slayers, witches, the supernatural, they need to be monitored and watched by the government, after a horrific disaster breaks the masquerade. Buffy, Willow, Spike and the like are dead set against the idea. Dead set against Slayers working for the government trying to control the situation. Kennedy had been recruited. Kennedy is in favor of guns and military tactics that kind of automatically makes her evil. InUniverse Kennedy is considered TheScrappy of scrappies, to say nothing of what the fans think of her. And Kennedy has always had this...unfettered maybe attitude in that it doesn't matter what others think about the use of guns, doesn't matter that stopping Wolfram & Hart involves corporate terrorism. Outside of some new threat or that there is an evil left that had not been dealt with then Kennedy is a...hmmm, [[JustForPun potential]] antagonist. Well more antagonistic anyway.anyway.

[[WMG: Spike has lost his British accent long ago, but prefers to keep up the charade.]]
*Most UK viewers aren't fooled by James Marsters' British accent, and they shouldn't be. Spike, who has travelled the world, hasn't lived in England for over a century. Arnold Schwarzenegger needs an accent coach to maintain his iconic Austrian accent, because living in California for most of his life would have decimated the accent. Spike is too proud to remove his accent, even though it now sounds a bit fake to British ears. He keeps it when losing his memory because his tongue retained its muscle memory. Notably, neither Angel nor Angelus keep up the fake accent charade, because they find the idea of clinging to an accent to be hokey. (David Boreanaz's accent as 18th-century Liam, however, was simply just a bad acting accent.)
9th Apr '17 6:17:24 PM nombretomado
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** Or maybe there is a secret test, hidden in SATs...

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** Or maybe there is a secret test, hidden in SATs...UsefulNotes/SATs...
18th Mar '17 11:47:25 AM nombretomado
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These lifetimes include Series/{{Castle}} and [[{{Series/Firefly}} Mal]]. He's currently on his final lifetime, NathanFillion. The PTB are just getting a good laugh out of it now.

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These lifetimes include Series/{{Castle}} and [[{{Series/Firefly}} Mal]]. He's currently on his final lifetime, NathanFillion.Creator/NathanFillion. The PTB are just getting a good laugh out of it now.
23rd Jan '17 2:06:54 PM Doug86
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[[WMG: ''{{Warehouse 13}}'' (and by extension, ''Series/{{Eureka}}'' and ''{{Alphas}}'') takes place in the "Normal Again" world from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', and Creator/BeatrixPotter was the pen name of Anyanka the Vengeance Demon.]]

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[[WMG: ''{{Warehouse ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'' (and by extension, ''Series/{{Eureka}}'' and ''{{Alphas}}'') ''Series/{{Alphas}}'') takes place in the "Normal Again" world from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', and Creator/BeatrixPotter was the pen name of Anyanka the Vengeance Demon.]]



Magic clearly hasn't overrun the world in ''Normal Again'' as it had in the Wishverse and the "What if Buffy died" verse, so the [[RightHandVersusLeftHand bureaucratic confusion]] amongst various government agencies ensures that the [[{{Warehouse 13}} Secret Service]] and [[{{Alphas}} DCIS]] are unaware of the Watchers and the Slayer, and the British are still ticked about Warehouse 12 being moved so the Slayer and most Watchers don't know of the existence of the Warehouse. Most of the creators of artifacts put their own brand of energy into the artifacts by the focus and near-ritualistic repetition of what they did (see: witchcraft and its demon-worshipper equivalents), strengthened (or even [[TheThemeParkVersion changed outright]]) by their [[CommonKnowledge public]] [[TheThemeParkVersion image]]. Alphas are probably unrelated to magic, and more closely tie into the MadScience of Series/{{Eureka}} and [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Warren Mears]].

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Magic clearly hasn't overrun the world in ''Normal Again'' as it had in the Wishverse and the "What if Buffy died" verse, so the [[RightHandVersusLeftHand bureaucratic confusion]] amongst various government agencies ensures that the [[{{Warehouse [[Series/{{Warehouse 13}} Secret Service]] and [[{{Alphas}} [[Series/{{Alphas}} DCIS]] are unaware of the Watchers and the Slayer, and the British are still ticked about Warehouse 12 being moved so the Slayer and most Watchers don't know of the existence of the Warehouse. Most of the creators of artifacts put their own brand of energy into the artifacts by the focus and near-ritualistic repetition of what they did (see: witchcraft and its demon-worshipper equivalents), strengthened (or even [[TheThemeParkVersion changed outright]]) by their [[CommonKnowledge public]] [[TheThemeParkVersion image]]. Alphas are probably unrelated to magic, and more closely tie into the MadScience of Series/{{Eureka}} and [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Warren Mears]].
7th Jan '17 2:29:08 PM tsstevens
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Voldemort had killed the original Muggle Studies teacher, and his regime replaced the teacher with one who taught that Muggles were inferior. After Voldemort was defeated, Hogwarts needed a new Muggle Studies teacher, and [=McGonagall=] chose Giles, who was a Muggle who knew a lot about magic. But he couldn't explain this to his friends in Sunnydale, and he couldn't return to Sunnydale until the school year was over.

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Voldemort had killed the original Muggle Studies teacher, and his regime replaced the teacher with one who taught that Muggles were inferior. After Voldemort was defeated, Hogwarts needed a new Muggle Studies teacher, and [=McGonagall=] chose Giles, who was a Muggle who knew a lot about magic. But he couldn't explain this to his friends in Sunnydale, and he couldn't return to Sunnydale until the school year was over.over.

[[WMG: Comic season 11 spoilers: Kennedy will become the BigBad.]]
* The basic plot has basically become a SuperRegistrationAct where vampires, Slayers, witches, the supernatural, they need to be monitored and watched by the government, after a horrific disaster breaks the masquerade. Buffy, Willow, Spike and the like are dead set against the idea. Dead set against Slayers working for the government trying to control the situation. Kennedy had been recruited. Kennedy is in favor of guns and military tactics that kind of automatically makes her evil. InUniverse Kennedy is considered TheScrappy of scrappies, to say nothing of what the fans think of her. And Kennedy has always had this...unfettered maybe attitude in that it doesn't matter what others think about the use of guns, doesn't matter that stopping Wolfram & Hart involves corporate terrorism. Outside of some new threat or that there is an evil left that had not been dealt with then Kennedy is a...hmmm, [[JustForPun potential]] antagonist. Well more antagonistic anyway.
29th Dec '16 9:05:02 AM Doug86
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[[WMG: XenaWarriorPrincess was a Slayer.]]

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[[WMG: XenaWarriorPrincess Series/XenaWarriorPrincess was a Slayer.]]



* Buffy is one of XenaWarriorPrincess's many incarnations
* Faith is one of XenaWarriorPrincess's many incarnations.

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* Buffy is one of XenaWarriorPrincess's Series/XenaWarriorPrincess's many incarnations
* Faith is one of XenaWarriorPrincess's Series/XenaWarriorPrincess's many incarnations.
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