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Summary: This is why Wise and I shouldn't be allowed in the same IM window. An Illyria "When I Woke Up" drabble. Warning: irritated Illyria. Is it really necessary to say that there's death? Isn't that a given?

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Movies > James Bond(Moderator)JoeHundredaireFR1836932269,64421 Jun 0612 Oct 06Yes

REALLY The End this time...

Title: Freed from Bond-age...
Author: Wise
Rating: R/FR18.
Disclaimer: Not quite sure who owns the Buffyverse or the Bondverse, but I know for a fact that it's not me...
Summary: Even after death, James Bond continues to haunt Illyria. And no, not in a actual ghost kind of way.
Wise's Note: This being inspired by Belisarius's review, and Joe's reply to it. O_o

     Illyria frowned ever so slightly. "You speak of the worm who presumed to mate with me."

     Giles nodded. "Yes, Mister Bond. Unfortunately, it appears that since your 'encounter with him,' you've contracted over a hundred and eighty different sexually transmitted diseases. Now, this wouldn't be a problem for you, except that thirty or fourty of them appear to be magical in nature, and powerful enough to affect even you."

     Illyria grew angry. "I should not have killed him so quickly!" she hissed.

     "No, but it's possible that his workplace may have more information on the diseases he was suffering from, as well as a means of keeping them under control," Giles replied, attempting to placate the irate God-King. "MI5 was always quite resourceful when it came to that sort of thing."

     "MI5," Illyria said, and clenched a fist. "They shall all suffer and die for this indignity..." She strode purposefully out of the room.

     Giles looked up in surprise. "Wait, no!" he called.

     But Illyria was gone.

     And soon, so was MI5.
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