I probably don’t own anything you recognise, I probably do own everything you don’t recognise and I’m not making any money from this story.
“Buffy: the Vampire Slayer” is owned by Joss Whedon and company while “Chronicles of Riddick” is owned by Tom Keegan and others.Crossover:
Chronicles of Riddick/Buffy: the Vampire Slayer.Pairing:
FR13 for the mention of a slash pairing.Spoilers:
Set post-Buffy: the Vampire Slayer and post-Chronicles of Riddick.Summary:
Everyone who works for the Council has a different way of dealing with anger.Story: Anger Management
Everyone who works for the Council has a different way of dealing with anger.
The Slayers? They hit things until they break. Or until they’re dead, if they go on patrol. A good spot of violence always hits the spot for them. The nastier the fight, the better they feel when it’s all over. Buffy once explained it as being “cathartic to go full out when there wasn’t a life-or-death, near-apocalypse situation”. Faith wholeheartedly agreed.
Giles? He locks himself up in his office for a cup of tea. What he never says—but what everyone knows, anyway—is that his cup holds more whiskey than tea at those times. And if people are a bit more quiet around him the next day than could be considered usual, he doesn’t mention it. And we don’t mention it either.
Willow? She stays well away from any books pertaining to dark magic and usually goes to meditate in her herb garden until she’s calm again. Sometimes she discusses herbs (yes, that’s really what she calls it; not like she fools anyone, but okay) with a fellow witch.
Dawn? She finds herself a comfortable armchair in the library, pulls out the most difficult book she can find (preferably one she hasn’t read before) and reads there until she literally falls asleep on the book. It’s a good thing she doesn’t drool in her sleep, because Giles is a stickler for keeping the books in perfect, undefiled condition.
Xander? He’s always in for a quick, rough, dirty, frantic fuck against or on whatever surface is handy at the time, mixing pleasure and pain masterfully until you don’t know anymore where one ends and the other begins.
And me, Richard B. Riddick? I’m the lucky receiver of Xander’s anger management skills. Luckily for him, it works the other way around too.End of “Anger Management”.A/N:
This is the last of five stories for another challenge that has run between me and lothlorien
. The latter’s challenge answers can be found here
Chronicles of Riddick, anger.
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