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

Summary: Molly had thought she'd been resigned to her calling. Crossover with "Jack and Jill" by Louisa May Alcott

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Literature > Childrens/TeenMistralFR711010125523 Feb 1323 Feb 13Yes
Disclaimer: Joss and ME own Buffy. "Jack and Jill" is in the public domain, but I still don't own it. I own nothing but the words.

As the dust settled around them, Molly looked down at the body of her friend. Griff was never going to be more than that – she was a Slayer, not like Jill or Merry, she couldn’t marry – but the fact that it was he who she had not been able to save… She trudged home, not even stopping at her Watcher’s house to report. He didn’t need to hear her railing at the idiotic men in the distant past who’d made only one Slayer for the whole world. The only thing that made her feel at all better…it hadn’t been Boo.

The End

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