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This story is No. 4 in the series "The New Job". You may wish to read the series introduction and the preceeding stories first.

Summary: These drabbles all take place in the "New Job" series, after Buffy has joined the SGC.

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Stargate > Buffy-CenteredMaeveBranFR1334090815,5762 Feb 072 Feb 07Yes

Watcher to General

Title: Watcher to General

Author: Maeve Bran

Summary: Giles visits Hammond in Washington, DC. 200 words.

Rating: FR7

Disclaimer: I own neither Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Stargate SG1.

TTH FFA pairing: Rupert Giles and General George Hammond

Notes: This is a part of the "New Job" series.


General George Hammond looked up at the man who had just entered his office. The man was around General O'Neill's age and was dressed in tweed. He looked like a typical English librarian.

"General Hammond, my name is Rupert Giles," the tweed clad man said, with an English accent. "I understand that you are ultimately in charge of the Stargate Program?"

"I am. Should I know you?" Hammond replied as he thought to himself, 'Definitely an English librarian.'

"I am, or more precisely was, Buffy Summers' Watcher. I am involved in reviving the Watcher's Council after an accident took it out last year," Giles said as Hammond nodded. "You're wondering why I am here. I am here to tell you about the history of the Slayer and exactly what you have hired."

For the next hour Giles told the General about the Slayers. He started with the "World is Older Than You Know" speech and then moved on to Buffy in particular. Giles told Hammond of several events that hadn't made it into her official file before concluding, "I also have a message from Buffy's friends. If anything happens to her, no world will be safe enough from their retribution."

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