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This story is No. 1 in the series "Hercule: The Legendary Journeys". You may wish to read the series introduction first.

Summary: There have been a thousand 'Xander's Real Family' stories already but never one like this. A famous detective investigates Xander's parentage and comes to an astonishing conclusion...

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Literature > Crime > Author: Agatha Christie
Television > Xena-Hercules > Xander-Centered
(Current Donor)SpeakertocustomersFR711980148,30421 Nov 0621 Nov 06Yes
Xander gave a big goofy grin. “So I’m not really a Harris? Outstanding! The son of Hercules and Xena. Mucho good news there. Famous parents, cool. What I always dreamed of. Do I get any cool superpowers? Like, skill with the chakram?”

Poirot stroked his magnificent moustache. “Alas, you have not inherited any of your mother’s strength or skill. Only her dark hair and, how you say, wisecracking. It seems you have inherited little from your father either. Not zee famous leetle grey cells, that is certain. I did not say ‘Hercules’, I said ‘Hercule’. Xander, I am your father.”


Xena: Warrior Princess was created by John Schulian and Robert G. Tapert and is owned by MCA Television, Renaissance Pictures, Studios USA Television, and Universal TV. Poirot is the creation of Agatha Christie. The characters do not belong to me, but are being used for amusement only. All rights remain with the estate of Agatha Christie, Joss Whedon, Mutant Enemy, and the writers, TV and production companies responsible for the original television shows. BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER ©2002 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved. The Buffy the Vampire Slayer trademark is used without express permission from Fox.

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