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Since I Found Serenity Summary:
Buffy is shown to her room. Home?
Buffy had a hard time taking in the sights around her as River led her to the room she would be staying in. This was not how she pictured a real spaceship would look like. She had seen Star Wars and, unfortunately, even Star Trek thanks to both Xander and Andrew. The clean, sterile feel to the ships on those shows was nothing like Serenity. Serenity looked warm and inviting, and for some strange reason it felt like home.
She was still curious as to the bits of Chinese influence that was prevalent throughout the ship. From what she had gathered from the crew during their earlier talk, she had somehow been transported several hundred years into the future. Maybe an entirely different dimension of her own. A future in another dimension.
Wow, that was a bit overwhelming. She shook her head to try and clear her jumbled thoughts and concentrated on following River. Not that the ship was large and easy to get lost in, it was a fairly straightforward ship. But it was easier to do that than understand her current predicament.
River stopped in front of a set of doors that resembled ones she had seen in a Japanese restaurant. She slid the door open and Buffy stepped into the small room. A simple bed was on one side and a place to store her non-existent clothes was on the other. It wasn’t much, but it looked nicer than some hotel rooms she had seen in the past.
She felt River patting her shoulder in a comforting manner. “It’ll be okay.”
Buffy snorted. As if being thrown into another dimension’s future was some sort of sign of being okay.
“Displaced will fit. Become part of family,” River said with a smile before ducking out and shutting the door behind her.
The tiny slayer sighed. Displaced. That certainly described what she was. She was someone who hadn't felt like she belonged in years, but looking around her new room she thought that maybe she had a chance to.