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Summary: The spell that activated the Potentials did more than awake the power of the Slayer.

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BtVS/AtS Non-Crossover > GeneralGartabroFR1551,0800125,96921 Jan 1226 Jan 12Yes

Magic

Disclaimer: I don't own Buffy: the Vampire Slayer.

A/N: Someone remembers when I mentioned that I had managed to create my own 'verse while I was rewriting The Puzzle? It wasn't a joke.



Magic
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. This was an affirmation that none of them denied. However, this didn’t mean that magic wasn’t real for them. Magic is everywhere, always, ready to be used by those with the ability for it. If one decides to try, it can even be one with science and become part of a new technology; although, that’s not an easy task, because Magic has this tendency to tell the Rules of Physics to take a break.

Magic is real and can change the world. Some of the changes are small and only affect those involved in them. Then, there are the big changes, those with consequences that affect more people than the ones originally involved. The changes that the spell cast by Willow Rosenberg, a spell that awoke the Slayer line, belong to the last category.

It changed the whole world. It changed them.

So, yes, magic exists, it’s very real, and they were part of it.

Forever.
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