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Soul Eater Xover

Buffy discovers she's not quite from the universe she thought, while in the midst of battling the First. Finding the Slayer Scythe was one thing; it was quite another to suddenly feel a rush of something when she picked it up, and then promptly do something she's never been capable of before.

Turn her entire body into a weapon, specifically a nearly identical Slayer Scythe.

Buffy was originally born in Death City in another world, but the Powers needed her to become the Slayer and protect Sunnydale, and when she was stolen from her home, her weapon ...
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Anime > Other • Responses [0] • Date Added [12 Sep 14]
Attack on Titan crossover

Somehow, some way, Buffy Summers and Levi become a power couple!

Think about it! Two short, incredibly skilled fighters with a gift for sarcasm who will probably kick your ass if you mention their height. Heck, if you go with post-show Buffy, she's also been training a bunch of teenagers to fight evil. She knows his pain (double, since all the mini Slayers are girls).

Perhaps she lands in the Titan world after falling through Glory's portal. Maybe when she ran away after killing Angel one of those doorways led her to the Underground. Or the ...
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Anime • Responses [0] • Date Added [25 Jul 14]
Attack on Titan crossover


All things considered, dying might have been a preferable outcome to falling through Glory's portal. That's what Buffy thinks as she finds herself in the middle of nowhere, on possibly another world or universe, facing rapidly approaching giants that seem way too interested in her demise.

Then she somehow turns into one of the aforementioned giants, demolishes the creepy, gargantuan loons, and still, after everything, ends up with Whistler and a tight lipped explanation about some weird, important walls, helping some Boy Scouts, and saving human...
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Anime > Other • Responses [0] • Date Added [10 Jul 14]
Years before the Eugenics Wars, before the augmented humans took control and ruled over humanity, they lived and worked under the governments who created them. The life of one particular famed augment goes slightly off course when a young Khan Noonien Singh is out on a mission of some sort. He happens upon a demon attack, and the young, beautiful girl showing great skill in the field saves his life unexpectedly.

This girl is an equally young, more Wish!verse-like Buffy Summers, having lived her whole life under the Council's control. She's rougher around the edges, but the old Buffy i...
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Star Trek > Star Trek 2009 • Responses [0] • Date Added [8 Oct 13]
There's a pretty big difference between Wesen and demons, primarily that demons originate from Hell dimensons, while Wesen come from Earth's own magic. They never associate with each other if they can help it.

Wesen are Grimm business. Demons are - you guessed it- Slayer business.

We know that an aspect of a demon was used to create them, and because of this Grimms have notoriously renounced any association of them. To Grimms, Slayers might as well be monsters as well. The only reason they don't go after them is because they know they know they're needed.

But to Wese...
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Television > Grimm • Responses [0] • Date Added [15 Aug 13]
Slayers, Buffy in particular, were the model for creating super humans. Perhaps Buffy was briefly captured and her DNA stolen, or the creators themselves managed to mix magic and science to create them. However the writer wants to explain it is fine, but what I really want is for Khan and his crew to see her as a mother.

Before their centuries-long sleep, Buffy was believed to be killed in battle, possibly protecting them. But what no one knew is that she was actually captured and studied before being placed in a frozen sleep of her own, far from her "children."

When Khan aw...
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Star Trek > Star Trek 2009 • Responses [0] • Date Added [4 Jun 13] • Date Updated [19 Jun 13]
Spoilers for Star Trek: Into Darkness

After her jump into the portal, Buffy wakes up in another universe. With a body like her own, only far younger, but somehow better, stronger, genetically modified to be a weapon. In short, she is one of Khan's crew, his family. They're all just children now, though she retains some memories of who she was before.

Her presence in his life makes Khan, and in turn the rest of the crew, more sympathetic to humanity and not as brutal. They were slowly becoming better people, not just the "weapons" they'd been created as. Buffy and Khan grew to...
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Star Trek > Star Trek 2009 • Responses [0] • Date Added [21 May 13] • Date Updated [2 Jun 13]
Cross with The Amazing Spider-Man and the Avengers.

Let's say Buffy did not move with her mother to Sunnydale, California. Because of fight or not getting along with her mother in general during her parents divorce, she decided to go with her father, all the way across the country to New York.

Where instead of Sunnydale High, she's the newest kid at Midtown High. Just when she starts getting worried about her secret identity slipping, it seems there's a masked hero becoming known around New York, calling himself Spider-Man.

It really figures she ends up best friends ...
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Marvel Universe > Avengers • Responses [0] • Date Added [4 Nov 12]
After her swan-dive into Glory's portal, Buffy thought she'd finally get some peace, that she was done dealing with so-called gods. As luck would have it, she didn't so much find Heaven as she was thrown onto another planet entirely. A planet called Asgard, home to many a Norse God.

Right in the middle of Thor's coronation.

Loki's plans don't go quite as expected, as everyone's quite a bit focused on the strange Midgardian woman who literally crashed the ceremony.

Bonus Options:

Buffy gaining great friends in the Warriors Three.

Buffy and Sif having...
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Marvel Universe > Thor • Responses [0] • Date Added [22 Jun 12]
2012 Movie Crossover.

It's been years since closing the Hellmouth and successfully setting up a base of operations for the new council and mini slayers, and Buffy is restless.

Though she could retire from world-saving if she chose, she's been the Slayer far too long to turn her back on it. But that still leaves her with not a lot of purpose with all the other slayers running around, because aside from serious Apocalypse Season dilemmas, she's not needed as she once was.

Nick Fury sees this, and takes the chance to bring another valuable hero into the fold. In no tim...
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Marvel Universe > Avengers • Responses [1] • Date Added [21 May 12]
Cross with Sherlock (BBC)

We know from the show that Buffy is, in fact, a lot more intelligent than she lets on. Truth is, she's always kept her intelligence on the down low for multiple reasons. She was a Southern California girl and fairly popular and didn't want to ruin it. By the time she moved to Sunnydale and accepted her calling, she figured it was probably better to NOT draw anymore attention to herself than necessary.

Because she IS extremely smart. Scary smart. Holmes smart.

That's right, somehow, someway, Buffy not-exactly-a-Summers is actually the younger...
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Literature > Crime > Sherlock Holmes • Responses [1] • Date Added [13 Jan 12] • Date Updated [19 Aug 14]
Buffy never lost her telepathic abilities gained in Earshot. Or rather, the demon isn't even the reason she has them in the first place.

She's been a telepath her entire life, a result of her mutation. She could hear other people's thoughts before she could talk. She's got better control of it than many telepaths twice her age. She's also kept it a secret from even her family, let alone friends.

When she gained the aspect of the demon, she was so bombarded with thoughts because it was like her powers had doubled, and she suddenly had zero control. The freaked out reactions o...
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Marvel Universe > X-Men > Buffy-Centered • Responses [0] • Date Added [25 Oct 11]
It turns out, Buffy actually has the power that the assassins of the Fraternity have. She's still the Slayer, but there's a reason she's the longest living Slayer recorded in history, and that's because all her speed and senses are vastly enhanced, making her twice as deadly as the Slayers before (and after) her.

She's never approached by the Fraternity, however, what with the Watcher's Council looming over her since she was a teenager. The Council may or may not know of their existence, but regardless they don't like others interfering with their Slayer.

It isn't until years...
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Movies > Wanted • Responses [0] • Date Added [3 Oct 11]
When Sylar finally finds his real father, Samson Gray turned out to be just the kind of man who not only sold his son, but killed Sylar's biological mother. But as it turns out, that wouldn't be the last time he'd betray his own child.

Years after abandoning Gabriel, Samson became a father once again, this time to a baby girl. However, he's hardly become a changed man.

Either he makes a similar arrangement for Elizabeth that he did for Gabriel with her ending up with the Summers family, or the Council comes for her when she's very young.

Although we obviously know w...
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Television > Heroes > Buffy-Centered • Responses [0] • Date Added [24 Jan 10] • Date Updated [3 Feb 10]
In the season three episode "I Am Become Death" Peter travels four years into the future to find the world drastically changed by everyone being able to obtain abilities. His future self convinces him that he must change things, and can do that by going to Sylar. Only the Sylar he knows is now living in Costa Verde in the Bennet's former house with a young son named Noah and insisting to be called Gabriel.

Only, the episode never told us who Noah's mother was.

What if Buffy met and fell in love with Sylar/Gabriel in the timeline in which he still thought he was a Petrelli and...
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Television > Heroes > Buffy-Centered • Responses [0] • Date Added [12 Jan 10]
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