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Outtakes I: World War Tour

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This story is No. 4 in the series "Myriad". You may wish to read the series introduction and the preceeding stories first.

Summary: A series of vignettes that didn't fit in well with the flow of larger stories.

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Multiple Crossings > Buffy-Centered > Ficlet CollectionsvitruvianFR18138,155089,6271 Aug 062 Aug 06Yes


Coming up the stairs of the apartment complex in single file was not the best idea these metal creeps had ever had. Faith took a running start for a drop kick to the chest of the one in the lead, and the whole line of them went flying back down the stairs like so many dominos. Faith bounced back up to her feet to see the one in the rear crash through paneling and drywall at the bottom. It started trying to free itself from being stuck halfway through the wall while the rest slid over each other trying to regain their feet. No damage that she could see, though, damn it.

"Rona, Caridad, get your asses out here already! Grab some maces or sledge hammers if we've got any!" She ducked back down to the floor as several Cybermen raised their arms to fire some kind wrist blaster. "Scratch that! Grab the mirrors off the wall, we need some kind of shield! And keep Andrew inside!"

A door opened down the hallway and their neighbor's deformed head stuck out an inch or two. "Waugh! Those things are for real!" Howard turned his bill towards Faith where she lay on the floor. "Hey, you guys need any help? I know a little quack-fu..."

Faith shook her head even as she rolled to avoid some falling plaster. It just figured that her next door neighbor on the Cleveland hellmouth would be the daffiest little feathered demon she'd ever met, even if he was pretty sweet once you got to know him. Still, what his 'fiance' Beverly saw in him...

The other two Slayers from her crew were running out with a large mirror held before them, and it seemed to deflect the energy bolts pretty well. "Nah, Howard, I think we've got it. Things are looking five by five from here."
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