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Summary: Faith uses the W word while watching TV

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Stargate > Faith-Centered(Past Donor)kayleyFR743,25312712,6429 Jul 0829 Sep 08No

Damn Vengeance Demons

Disclaimer: I don’t own either the Buffy franchise or the Stargate franchise; therefore I am not making any money from this story.

Answer to the "wishing whilst watching tv = much badness" challenge


Faith snuck down to the basement to watch TV without Andrew finding out about her secret. She loved watching Stargate. It wasn't her fault; it was one of the few shows she could stand watching during her time in jail. So since she was hooked, and since Andrew would try to bond with her over their mutual love for the show, she had to hide to get her fix.

She sat in front of the TV, knowing that it would be a repeat but it was an episode she hadn't seen before. She watched as the Gou'ald Hathor brainwashed the men of the SGC while the women remained unaffected. She watched as Sam and Janet with a few other women tried to retake the base.

"Oh puhleaze," Faith scoffed. "That fighting was so weak. It gives us women such a bad name. I wish I was there to show them how to really fight."

As a flash of light lit up the basement, Faith was gone leaving no one to hear the one word spoken, "Done."


Sam Carter had seen a lot while being a member of SG1 but no one had ever managed to appear in front of her. Lya from the Nox had been close but there was no light in her appearance, unlike the woman in front of her. The woman was rather young, wearing a pair of leather pants and a black tank top. She had a tattoo circling her left arm. Her brown hair hung in waves below her shoulders.

"Shit. No way!" the girl said upon seeing Sam. "Fuck. I knew I shouldn't have said the W word."

"Sam," Janet said as she walked through the door. "Who's she?"

"I don't know. She just appeared in front of me," Sam advised her friend.

"Damnit," Faith grumbled. "Look, I know this is gonna sound weird but hear me out okay?"

"We don't have much time," Janet pointed out.

"I know," Faith replied. "I was going to say, let me help you kick that bitca's ass and then fill you in on what's happening. After this is all over, you'll want me to speak to General Hammond and I'm cool with that."

The two looked at her in shock that she seemed to know what was happening and nodded once before Sam went to hand her a zat.

"Nah, I don't need it," Faith said with a grin. "You keep the guys off me, and I'll deal with Hathor. No problems about it."


Sam and Janet weren’t sure what to make of their new associate. She was quick, mouthy but very efficient in what she promised to do. Even Teal’c was impressed with the girl’s ability. The fight was impressive, Hathor barely even had the chance to raise her Ribbon Device before the girl had moved in close enough to strike. She dodged the blast heading her way before striking out to knock Hathor’s arm down. The blow could be heard from the doorway where the female soldiers were zatting their male counterparts.

After a few good solid blows, Hathor finally managed to retaliate. Although her arm which had the Ribbon Device on it was almost useless, she managed to get it up enough to hit the girl fighting her. Teal’c was quick to help their associate out by zatting Hathor. The girl stumbled for a moment but then shook herself before finally grabbing the Hand Device off Hathor and smashing it beneath her feet.

“You insolent girl, bow before your God,” Hathor demanded.

The girl laughed back; “Sorry, don’t believe in God. Although I am mightily impressed with your wardrobe, did you buy it from Skanks ‘R Us?”

A few moments later found Hathor on the ground. The girl had managed to suffocate the Gou’ald to the point of collapse.

“So, what do you want to do with an unconscious false God?”


Faith couldn’t help herself from rolling her eyes at the sudden movement of half the weapons in the room. They trained them easily on her and she shrugged.

“Just a helpless gal, no need for hostilities,” she said innocently, groaning as the SF’s moved in. God she hated Vengeance Demons.
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