I know some of you may think I am crazy for making this but I am crazy, so ha ha to all you people thinking I am crazy!!! Anywho this idea hit me and I thought it would be some fun and my sister is obsessed with the show I am crossing so I thought I would do this to make her happy (and people say I am a mean big brother) Anywho, here it is, hope you like. Please R+R.
Title – Power Protect You
Author – Blackguard (email@example.com)
Crossover – Power Rangers (like you didn’t guess that after reading the title)
Rating – R or whatever the version they use online, I think its M
Summary – Shortly after Buffy sends Angel to hell, Xander’s family moves away from Sunnydale to the not so quiet town of Angel Grove just as another group of teens who are charged with saving world come into their powers.
Pairings – X/Kimberly, probably more later on
AN – So like previously stated, yeah this is an odd cross but I wanted to write it, and since there is no one to stop me, I did, hope you all like it. Also I am kinda making this more mature, nothing to explicit, I don’t do fics like that, basically stuff like swear words, blood, things along those lines, basically how I think American teenagers would act if they had to save the world on a weekly basis. And on a final note I am playing around with the time stream and everything just to make all the main characters around the same age/grade, although never in power rangers does it say what grade the are in that I can recall.
Disclaimer – I own neither of the aforementioned shows, wish I did own them, then I would be rich and could fund my plans for world domination.
“This sucks,” Xander muttered to himself as he watched the last of his things get loaded onto the moving truck his parents had rented.
Earlier that week his parents had told him that the construction company his dad worked for was transferring him to a city called Angel Grove. Xander could have sworn that he had heard something about the town on the news, he just couldn’t remember what it was considering the hell he and his friends had been going through the past couple of months.
First Spike and Drusilla reassembled the judge and he had to use his military knowledge to steal a rocket launcher from a nearby army base, along with a few other things that he didn’t tell his friends about. Then Buffy had fucked away Angel’s soul and unleashed one of the most feared vampires in history, who had then made their lives hell for the following months while Buffy bitched and moaned about her boyfriend turning evil.
After that he had killed Miss Calendar and left her body in Giles bed, all leading up to when Angelus had got his hands on Acathla and was gonna use it to suck the world into hell. Luckily Willow had been able to find the soul curse and perform it, thus giving Angel back his soul.
Thinking of that still sent shivers down his spine over how close they all came to dying, when Willow sent him to tell Buffy that she was trying the curse again he knew that he had made the right decision by lying to Buffy. He knew that if Buffy knew that she had a chance to get her Angel back that she would have hesitated, whereas Angelus would have not, and he would have then succeed in ending the world.
That was the main reason why he didn’t argue with his parents about the move, he knew that as soon as Buffy had found out he lied, and he knew that she would sooner or later and that when she found out she would be pissed and come after him. Thus he figured it would be safer if he left town. The only person in Sunnydale that knew where he was going was Giles, and Xander trusted the Watcher to keep his secret.
“Xander, get in the car!” his mother yelled over to him as she and his father climbed into the car.
‘Well, one good thing has come of this so far, they’ve stopped drinking ’ Xander thought as he walked over to the car. ‘Wonder how long it will last,’ he mused as he climbed into the backseat just as his father started the engine.
1 week later
“Xander!” he heard his mother call as he rooted around a box trying too find a clean shirt to wear.
It had been a week since the Harris family had moved and Xander was still wasn’t fully unpacked. “Coming!” he called back as he pulled a dark green shirt out of the box and quickly put it on.
Hurrying down the stairs and to the kitchen he grabbed his backpack and a piece of toast before hurrying out the door toward his new high school.
“So this is it,” Xander said to himself as he approached the front doors of Angel Grove High School. ‘Mental note, avoid library,” he thought to himself with a grin on his face as he walked up the front steps of the building.
As he entered the building he quickly made his way to the office and met with the principal of the school, who was a little shocked over all the things that had been put into his record. After receiving a warning about watching his behavior Xander was given his locker number, combination, and class schedule.
Making his way to his locker Xander’s attention was drawn to a girl. She was about 5’2 and had auburn hair that went down just past her shoulders. She was wearing a pair of blue jeans with a pink T-shirt tucked into them and a short sleeved white shirt over it, and from the looks of it she was being bothered by two guys that looked like the resident bullies.
“C’mon Kimberly, you think you’re too good to go out with me?” the big one said to the girl.
“Yeah, too good?” the other repeated with a sneer.
“Just leave me alone guys,” the girl, who Xander now identified as Kimberly, said to the two.
“Uh excuse me,” Xander said as he walked up behind them, causing all three teens to look at him. “Is there a problem here?” he asked as he took stock of the two guys in front of him.
The first was a large guy with an odd black hat with propeller on his head. The second one was short and thin with dark spiky hair. Both of them wore dark leather jackets and looked at Xander like he was a bug to them.
“Nothing that concerns you, beat it new kid!” the large one said, gesturing with his hand for emphasis.
“Scram!” the smaller one said, making the same hand gesture as the other.
“Ok for starters, what the hell are you, a parrot or do you just repeat everything he says cause your too stupid to form your own words?” Xander asked as he looked at the smaller one, who then got a look of shock and anger on his face, while Kimberly had to suppress a laugh. “And secondly, the lady asked you to leave, so I suggest that you do,” Xander finished as he looked back at the bigger one, who just glared down at him.
“Looks like we’re gonna have to teach you who’s in charge around here,” the big one said as he drew back his fist and launched a punch at Xander.
Quickly bringing up everything he remembered from his time as soldier guy about self-defense he quickly stepped to the side and grabbed hold of the guys arm, and with a quick tug caused him to lose his balance and fall on his face. Looking out of the corner of his eye Xander saw the smaller guy running at him. He then quickly dodged to the side and stuck out his foot, causing the smaller thug to go flying through the air for a few feet before hitting the floor hard.
“You’ll pay for that!” the big guy said as he pulled himself to his feet and was about to come at Xander again but froze when he saw a cold look in the young man’s eyes and his anger was quickly replaced with fear. “Uh uh, later, you’ll pay for this later,” he stammered as he grabbed the little guy and ran off down the hall.
“You ok?” Xander asked as he turned to face the girl, his cold glare gone as if it had never been there.
“Yeah, thanks for the help.”
“Anytime, my names Xander Harris,” the young man said as he held out his hand to the girl.
“Kimberly Hart,” she replied as she took his hand and gently shook it.
“So, those guy always a bother?” he asked as he pointed down the hall the two thugs had run down.
“Bulk and Skull? Pretty much, but there mostly harmless,” Kimberly answered as she turned and began pulling things out of her locker. “So, you’re new here right?” she asked as she grabbed the last book she needed and closed her locker.
“Yup, how did you now?”
“Haven’t seen you here before,”
“Oh, guess that answers that,” Xander said as before checking the number on the piece of paper in front of him and then looking up the row of lockers.
“Also, only the new kids have to try and find their lockers,” Kimberly pointed out with a grin.
“Hey, in my defense I have found my locker, it was just being blocked by two goons,” Xander shot back with a grin as he put in his combination and opened up his locker.
“I guess so,” Kimberly stated as the bell rang. “Well, I guess I’ll see you later,” she said with a smile as she turned and walked down the hall.
‘Maybe this place won’t be so bad,’ Xander thought as he grabbed a notebook and pen from his bag before shutting the locker and heading off to class.
The rest of the day went fairly easy for Xander as he went from class to class where he sat in the back of the room and listened to the teacher. Soon the final bell rang and Xander was pulling his bag out of his locker when Kimberly walked up beside him and started to open hers.
“So, how did you first day go?” she asked in an upbeat voice that Xander found appealing.
“Not bad,” Xander replied as he closed his locker.
“So uh, some friends of mine and I were gonna hang out at the Youth Center this afternoon, and I was wondering if you would like to come?” Kimberly asked with a hopeful smile on her face.
Xander thought it over for a moment before his mouth curved into a small grin. “Lead on,” he said as he slung his bag over his shoulder and followed Kimberly down the hallway.
As the two teens made their way towards the Youth Center they asked each other about themselves and started to get to know one another. Kimberly also took the time to explain that the Youth Center was a combination of a fitness center and a juice bar, and that alot of the local teens hung out there.
“So, mind if I ask why you transferred so late in the year?” Kimberly asked as she and Xander approached the doors of the Youth Center.
“My dad got transferred to here,” Xander answered as he pulled open one of the doors and allowed Kimberly to walk in first.
“That must suck,” Kimberly commented as she walked through the doors, Xander close behind.
“Kinda, but I am good at adapting, and so far it hasn’t been that bad,” Xander explained as the two walked into the main room of the center.
The main room of the center was a large. The main area of the room was lowered slightly and was mainly taken up by large mats in the center of it, that currently had what looked to be a karate class going on. Around the edge of the room was various exercise equipment.
The raised area of the room was separated from the lower part by rails and had several tables spaced out as well as a few video game machines in the far corner. The main part of the area was taken up by a long bar with stools in front of it. Behind the bar was a friendly looking guy in a bright Hawaiian shirt that rivaled some of Xander’s own.
“Hey Kim, who’s this,” the man asked as she and Xander walked over to the bar.
“Hey Ernie, this is Xander, he’s new in town,” Kimberly answered as she and Xander sat down at the bar. “Xander, this is Ernie, he runs this place.”
“Nice to meet you,” Xander said as he held out his hand.
“You too, welcome to Angel Grove,” Ernie replied as he took Xander’s hand and shook it. “You two need anything?” he then asked, switching back to work mode. He was met with a reply of no thanks from both teens that then walked over to one of the many tables around the room.
“So, where are the friends you mentioned?” Xander asked as he looked around the room again.
“Well, Jason is teaching a class, and the others aren’t here yet,” Kimberly replied before pointing to the guy standing at the head of the karate class.
The guy was just about six feet in height and had short black hair. He had on a pair black pants that are commonly used for martial arts training with a red sleeveless shirt tucked into them and a red headband on. “Ok, something tells me I wouldn’t want to piss him off,” Xander commented as he saw him demonstrate what looked to be a rather complex move.
Kimberly let out a small giggle as Xander turned back to face her. “Relax, he’s a real nice guy,” she said with a smile.
“Sounds like your close,” Xander commented.
“Yeah, he’s like my big brother,”
Before Xander could say anything else three people walked over to their table. One was a guy about their age with slightly pale skin, as if he spent more time indoors then out and a pair of glasses perched on his nose. He had light blond hair and was wearing a pair of overalls with a blue T-shirt underneath.
The second was a dark skinned guy with baggy black pants and a black T-shirt with yellow and green stripes on it. The last person was an Asian girl wearing a black skirt and yellow T-shirt with a black vest over it. All three of them had friendly smiles on their faces.
“Hey Kim, whose this?” the black one asked as the trio sat down.
“Guys this is Xander, he just moved here,” Kim answered. “Xander, this is Zack, Billy, and Trini,” she continued, pointing to each person in turn.
The group then began asking Xander questions about himself, such as where he moved from, where he was no living, and how he liked the town so far. Soon Jason’s class finished and after introductions he joined in on the conversation. A couple hours later the group rose from the table and all decided to head home for the night. They then went their separate ways, save for Kimberly and Xander since he offered to walk her home
“So, your telling me that the reason that this town needs so much construction work done is because giant monsters from space attack?” Xander asked as he and Kimberly walked down the road.
“Yup,” Kimberly responded with a grin. “And their always stopped by the Power Rangers,” she continued as the turned a corner.
“With their giant robots that look like dinosaurs?”
“Wow, and here I was thinking I moved to a quiet town,” Xander sighed as the two arrived at Kimberly’s house.
“This is my stop,” she said as she pointed at the house behind her.
“Ok then, guess I’ll see you tomorrow,” Xander replied before the two teens bid each other goodnight.
Ten minutes later the young man was walking up too the front door of his house. ‘Space monsters, superheroes, and giant robots. Out of the Hellmouth and into the fire,’ he thought to himself as he walked up to his room.
3 weeks later
Over the few weeks that Xander had been in Angel Grove he had quickly become good friends with Kimberly, Trini, Jason, Billy, and Zack. And in his second week there he had even seen a news report about the Power Rangers, apparently they had defeated some giant chicken monster that had attacked the town and kidnapped a little girl.
However, Xander’s luck quickly took a turn for the worse as he walked into school one morning and over to his locker.
“Morning Kim,” Xander greeted his friend as he opened his locker and began pulling out books.
“Hey Xan, you hear about what happened last night?” Kimberly asked, her usually sunny demeanor replaced with sadness, and a small amount of fear.
“No, what’s wrong?” he asked, his own good mood quickly vanishing at seeing the sad look on Kimberly’s face.
“A girl was found dead in an alley,” Kimberly answered as she closed her locker door and leaned against it. “And according to the news she was found with two holes in her neck,” she continued, not noticing how Xander suddenly stiffened after hearing what she said.
“That is strange,” he said, quickly getting his emotions back under control.
“Yeah, I’ll see you at lunch ok?” she asked as the bell rang, signaling them to get to class.
“You got it,” Xander said with a small smile as they parted ways.
The rest of the day was a blur for Xander, he couldn’t stop thinking about what Kimberly said, and the fact that vampires were here was something that he couldn’t just shake off. During his study hall he used the computers to try and figure out who the girl was, and what had happened to her body.
Wishing that he had paid more attention to Willow when she was trying to teach him how to use a computer he tried his best to hack his way into the morgues computers, and had to suppress a cry of joy when he was able too. “Thank you Willow,” he mumbled to himself as he began to look for the information he needed.
By the time the bell rang, signaling the end of the class, as well as the school day, he was able to find out the girl’s name and where she was buried. Grabbing his bag and the printout of the information he had found, he quickly made his way to his locker and grabbed what he needed. If he hurried he would be able to make to the small cemetery where she was buried just before nightfall.
“Hey,” a voice behind him said, turning he saw Kimberly walk up to her locker next to his. “How was your day?” she asked, trying to sound happy but still feeling afraid about what had happened.
“Pretty good, given the circumstances,” he replied as closed his locker. “I got to get going, I promised my mom I would help her sort out the basement this afternoon,” Xander lied as he began to make his way but was stopped short by Kimberly’s voice.
“You think you could walk me home?” she asked, trying to hide the fear in her voice.
Xander cursed in his mind, he knew that if walked his friend home he wouldn’t be able to make to the cemetery before nightfall, meaning that if the girl were to rise she would get away, but at the same time he knew that his friend needed his help.
Sighing to himself he turned to her with a grin. “I would be more then happy to my lady,” he said as he held out his arm for, making her smile for the first time that day.
Taking his arm the two walked out of the school and in the direction of the young girl’s home. Kimberly knew full well in her mind that if someone were to attack her she would be able to defend herself, she was the Pink Ranger after all. But she also knew that whatever had happened to the girl hadn’t been done by Rita, as soon as she heard about it she had contacted Zordon, who had told her so, and the possibility of an unknown enemy greatly scared the young hero. Scared her enough too not even feel safe walking home in broad daylight, and since all the other rangers were busy, she asked Xander.
Soon the two arrived at her house. “Thanks a lot Xander,” she said with a small smile as she unlocked her front door.
“Anytime, what are friends for,” Xander replied with a smile and a shrug.
“See you tomorrow?” she asked her friend.
“You betcha ya,” he answered, earning another small laugh from Kimberly. “I should get going,” he said as he turned.
“Wait,” Kimberly said, causing him to once again stop and face her. “Thanks again,” she said as she gave him a quick kiss on the cheek.
“Anytime,” he once again said with a smile as waved, and then walked away.
After he made it home he quickly ran up to his room and pulled a small chest out of his closet. Opening up the chest revealed his stash of weapons he pulled out a cross, wooden stake, and three bottles of holy water. He then closed the chest and moved it off to the side. Walking into his closet he felt around on the back wall and soon found the latch that was there.
When he was moving in he found out that the back of his closet was actually another door that opened up into an older room of the house that from the looks of it was once another bedroom. After some slight remodeling work he was able to turn it into a small armory where he kept the things he had stolen from the army base the night he had gotten the rocket launcher to stop the Judge as well as some swords, axes, and other basic demon hunting equipment.
Walking over to one of the racks on the wall he grabbed a shoulder holster he had made himself and then grabbed two pistols as well as spare clips for each and put them into the holster. Next was a pair of blessed knives he had gotten from Giles last Christmas and put them into the two sheaths on the holster straps. Deciding that he wouldn’t need anything bigger to take out one fledgling vampire he retreated from the room and slid the back wall of his closet back into place.
Grabbing a long coat so as to hide everything he then made his way out of his house and towards the graveyard. Walking down the street he let out a curse as he noticed the setting sun off in the distance and broke out into a run. He made it too the front gates of the cemetery thirty minutes after the sun had finished setting.
Hoping that he wasn’t too late he quietly slipped into the graveyard and began to search for the grave he wanted. After twenty minutes of searching he found the appropriate headstone and saw that the earth in front of it was undisturbed. Letting out a silent thanks to whatever higher power was listening he leaned back against a tree and began to wait.
Unfortunately for the young hunter, it was not a short wait. Close to three hours later he had gone from patiently waiting to pacing back in forth in front of the grave.
“Wake up already you stupid vampire, some of us have school tomorrow,” he said to the grave as stopped his pacing and began to tap his foot impatiently.
As if the demon could hear him, the clawed hand of a vampire burst from the ground in front of him. “About damn time!” Xander yelled as he pulled out his cross and stake and got ready for a fight.
Seconds later the vampire fully climbed out of the grave and upon seeing Xander, let out a growl and charged the young man, who was ready. Xander raised his stake he got ready to impale the vampire when the undead creature suddenly leaped into the air, landed behind him, and delivered a sharp kick to the back of his head that sent him flying through the air.
Landing with loud thud that forced all the air out of his lungs, Xander rolled over and quickly tried to regain his breath when he was suddenly pinned to the ground by the vampire. The demon looked down at him with a sneer before tugging his head back to expose his neck and lowering her face.
When the vampire was about to stick her fangs into Xander she suddenly felt something impact the back of her head, followed by an intense burning pain. Screaming in agony the vampire jumped off Xander and grabbed at its head.
“Holy water, ain’t it a bitch,” Xander remarked as he climbed to his feet. “Time to die,” he said in a serious tone as he walked over to the screaming vampire and quickly buried his stake in its chest, causing the demon to crumble to dust. “That was not fun,” Xander then said as he rubbed the back of his head where the vampire had kicked him.
“And it’s about to get worse,” a voice growled out from the shadows.
“Oh shit,” Xander muttered under his breath as five more vampires materialized out of the darkness and surrounded him. “Where’s a slayer when you need one,” he sighed as he took out his guns and prepared to fight, unaware that help would soon be arriving.
On the other side of town, five teens were woken from peaceful sleep by a familiar six-tone beep.
End Chapter 1
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