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Summary: A humorous drabble series crossing AtS with 'Moby Dick'. Suppose the Powers That Be had sent a very different seer to be Angel's guide instead of Doyle?

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Call Me Ishmael

Disclaimer: The characters in this story do not belong to me, but are being used for amusement only and all rights remain with Joss Whedon, Mutant Enemy, the writers of the original episodes, and the TV and production companies responsible for the original television shows. ANGEL ©2001 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved. The ANGEL trademark is used without express permission from Fox. Characters from 'Moby Dick' were created by Herman Melville.

Call Me Ishmael

Angel staked two vampires, brushed off the thanks of their intended victim, and stalked off back to the bar. There he was approached by a mightily muscled and heavily tattooed Pacific islander bearing a harpoon.

“What do you want?” Angel grunted.

“I am Queequeg, former harpooner to Captain Ahab, and I led him to the White Whale,” the islander revealed. “The Powers That Be sent me. They fear that you are drifting aimlessly and in danger of losing your way. They want me to serve you as I did Ahab. I am going to help you find your true porpoise.”
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