I don’t own “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Angel,” “The Day After Tomorrow,” “Stargate SG-1,”or the “Marching Orders” universe. Thank you, Greymatter, for letting me play in your world.
Marching Orders – The Librarian
Miss Dunn had been a librarian for the Watcher’s Council for decades. Once she was appointed Head Librarian, she had spent several years scanning the entire Reference Library and the Prophesy Collections into electronic format. She had been working on duplicating the Council History, Watchers’ Journals and the Slayer Diary collections. Tonight, she’d draft everyone in Research to finish the job. She’d end up with large groups of incredibly huge files, but this was no time to be parsimonious. There were people all over the world who would need this information. The Slayers’ Dream warned they had about a week …
She had priority access on the LAN – she’d send people out to buy a dozen more scanners and every hard drive in the city. One technician to hook up four hard drives per computer at a time, and each tech could monitor two or three computers. The information could be stored on a double handful of drives. Now, how many copies? The Slayers, obviously, but they were currently out of touch. She had excellent relationships with Information Specialists all over the world. Whatever the policies of the individual organizations, the Archivists would make sure the information wasn’t lost. She would send a word of warning along with her files – the recipients could be counted upon to reciprocate with their libraries. Those emergency protocols had been in place for years. Overnight shipping would work for most groups, and she could arrange for magical transport for a few others.
She had Wesley Wyndham-Price’s email address. By the time he got in contact, she would have a wonderful gift for him.