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Summary: Drabbles and ficlets written for the FFA or just for fun. Crossovers included but not limited to Stargate, Constantine, Supernatural, Anita Blake, Smallville, Torchwood, Dr. Who, Burn Notice, NCIS and Alias.

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NOTE: This chapter is rated FR13

The Changing of the Guards (Buffy/Stargate)

Title :: The Changing of the Guards
Word Count :: 200
Disclaimer :: I do not own these characters and no profit is being made from the use of them.
Fandom :: Stargate
Challenge :: #058 First Impressions @ tthdrabbles

Note: Companion to Locked

The Changing of the Guards

“A new IOA representative? She better than Woolsey?”

General Landry raised his brows at Mitchell and ignored his inquiries. “What’s important is making her feel comfortable and less likely to approve budget cuts.” His lips quirked, “And don’t forget to hold her hand when you cross a street.”

Daniel’s hand rose to resettle his glasses as Cam asked for the only two members of SG-1 present, “Why are we the dog and pony show?”

“I requested you.”

The linguist rose as General Hammond entered behind the petite woman that addressed Mitchell. Landry and the colonel snapped to attention from their positions near the window overlooking the embarkation room and she stepped forward, past Hammond and toward that window.

Her gaze locked on the Stargate and she stated, to no one in particular. “It’s still bigger than life. Isn’t it?”

Daniel moved around the table, his curiosity peeked. “You’ve seen the Stargate before?”

Hammond moved to take up ranks beside the blonde, “Ms. Summers was on the Alpha list when Klorel and Apophis attempted to attack Earth.”

She nodded, “Which means I have a better understanding and appreciation of the work you do here.”

Oh yeah, better than Woolsey by half.

The End.
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