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1. Crack open your briefcase or handbag, peer inside and ask "Got enough air in there?"
2. Meow occasionally.
3. Say "I wonder what all these do?" and push all the red buttons.
4…

YOUR MISSION, should you choose to accept it, is to pick a fandom with an elevator, and use as much of the list as you can.

Suggestions:

Scenarios: “normal day at the weird office;” “new recruit initiation;” “prank the other organization”

Elevators: Stark Tower (before), Avengers’ Tower (after), Wolfram & Heart, SGC (higher numbers mean deeper unde...
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Multiple Crossings • Responses [0] • Date Added [19 Aug 12] • Date Updated [21 Aug 12]
Have you ever noticed how many stories were written about, during, or referencing WWII?

While time goes on fewer and fewer people remember what that war, or wars like it, can do to a person. Although Angel references WWII a little, and Buffy even less, many of literature's best villains and heroes were forged in the fires of war.

Magneto, as a child, survived a concentration camp. Voldemort, as a child, spent his summers in London during the Blitz. The Pevensie children escaped the Blitz in the home of Prof. Kirke. Angel was forced to retrieve a submarine, in which Spike spe...
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Multiple Crossings • Responses [0] • Date Added [27 Aug 11]
Buffy's mom didn't react as strongly to the existence of the supernatural as one might think. She did kick her daughter out for fighting them, and spent some time in denial land, but we could contribute that to Sunnydale Syndrome. She seemed to get along well with Spike in the later seasons, making him hot chocolate and comforting him when he was feeling down.

So, why was she so good with the supernatural? (once she left Denial Land) Had she encountered it before or something similar? Was she part of the world herself and only trying to run away from it? Come up with your best reasons...
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Multiple Crossings > Joyce-Centered • Responses [1] • Date Added [28 Jun 11]
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