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After her swan-dive into Glory's portal, Buffy thought she'd finally get some peace, that she was done dealing with so-called gods. As luck would have it, she didn't so much find Heaven as she was thrown onto another planet entirely. A planet called Asgard, home to many a Norse God.

Right in the middle of Thor's coronation.

Loki's plans don't go quite as expected, as everyone's quite a bit focused on the strange Midgardian woman who literally crashed the ceremony.

Bonus Options:

Buffy gaining great friends in the Warriors Three.

Buffy and Sif having...
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Marvel Universe > Thor • (Recent Donor)BuffyCharmed • Responses [0] • Date Added [22 Jun 12]
There are two choices on how this one works. The first is that the monks were a bit more crazy and they sent Dawn to someone else to protect her. The second is that they put a clause in making her ... if Buffy couldn't protect her or died Dawn was moved/remade with someone who could protect her. Now here's where the challenge name comes in ... she must be sent to someone least expected, an unlikely hero.

Examples: Uchiha Itachi (Naruto), Riddick (Pitch Black), The Master (Doctor Who) - etc ... someone powerful in their own right but who would be more likely to kill her or leave her b...
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Multiple Crossings > Dawn-Centered • (Past Donor)MistressAshley • Responses [0] • Date Added [30 May 08] • Date Updated [17 Jan 10]
In the 1980's, Selina Kyle died. When she woke up, a few minutes later, she had not only become Catwoman, she had been called as a Slayer.

In her new life as a costumed villainess/anti-hero she clashed with Batman. Her next death didn't slow her down much, but it was enough to call the next Slayer. The Watcher Council Squad which had been about to catch up with her decided she was no longer high-priority and downgraded her status from 'capture' to 'observe'.

The trauma build-up from the next few deaths erased her memories and destroyed her sense of self, so the Watchers Cou...
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DC Universe > Batman > Faith-Centered • (Current Donor)Shieldage • Responses [0] • Date Added [12 Nov 07] • Date Updated [10 Jan 10]
If you don't know the D.R. & Quinch comic strips by Alan Moore and Alan Davis you really ought to - anarchic fun about two alien delinquents with a liking for beer, fast cars, man-eating fish and nuclear weapons. They've been collected by Titan books, amongst others.
The first of these stories has them going back in time to meddle with Earth's history (not to mention its evolution and geography) for some pretty dubious reasons; it occurred to me that it might be fun if one of the stops they made on that (or another) trip was Sunnydale.
Things I'd like to see:
* One or both of t...
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Comics > 2000 AD • (Current Donor)MarcusRowland • Responses [0] • Date Added [25 Aug 13]
Buffy/Firefly

We've all read countless versions of Buffy and co. landing 500 years in the future ending up on the firefly class ship Serenity. But I propose a slightly different twist.

What if Malcolm Reynolds and his crew ended up 500 years in the past in a town known as Sunnydale?

On the verge of being killed by Reevers, the Powers That Be sent them through a portal to the past where they were needed.

When they land in a cemetary at night to find a short blonde fighting creatures with twisted faces they're not sure what to think. They're even more schocked...
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Firefly > Buffy-Centered • (Recent Donor)BuffyCharmed • Responses [1] • Date Added [1 Jan 07] • Date Updated [10 Jan 10]
Another take on how Dawn came to be.

During the Stargate finale Unending, Vala gets pregnant with Daniel's child. The PTB knowing that they'll be able to reverse the time dilation and rewrite everything, including the child, see a use for the soul of said child. They reach in as the world resets itself, as that first spark of life comes into being, and put it into stasis for when it's needed.

In the Buffy universe the Monks realize that they can't create the spark, a soul, to turn the key human. When Glory comes for the key they have to try one last time and pray to the PTB t...
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Stargate > Dawn-Centered > Theme: Dawn's Real Family • (Past Donor)MistressAshley • Responses [0] • Date Added [6 Jun 08] • Date Updated [17 Jan 10]
Okay, Spike slays Robin Wood's mother in 1977 New York and takes her leather jacket.

That month, he somehow winds up in the Point Place suburb of Green Bay, Wisconsin with no memory of who or what he is. Your choice on whether he's 'Tabula Rasa' or (like Angel in that other episode) only has human memories that are 200 years out of date.

He interacts with the cast of That 70's Show, until the new Slayer come a'callin'.

She's either hot on his trail from New York or she's been living in Wisconsin as a Potential this entire time ;)
Television > That 70's Show • (Current Donor)Shieldage • Responses [0] • Date Added [22 Jul 06] • Date Updated [10 Jan 10]
Simple idea - in the immediate aftermath of The Gift Buffy's grave is robbed by the mad scientist of your choice; some possibilities:
- Frankenstein
- An Igor from the Discworld
- A Spark from the (HIGHLY recommended) Girl Genius web comic
- Aliens planning to use it as the controller for a giant robot or battle-tank, or as a computer (see e.g. Keith Laumer's "A Plague of Demons" and the Star Trek episode Spock's Brain)
- someone building a cyborg or planning to clone her.

Whatever, the grave-robbers steal Buffy's brain and put it into a new body.

No, I ha...
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Multiple Crossings • (Current Donor)MarcusRowland • Responses [1] • Date Added [9 Sep 07]
All Jessica Summers wanted was a normal life. Away from vampires, demons, and all the supernatural.

Unfortunately, this drove a huge wedge between her and her little sister and resident vampire slayer, Buffy. So when Jess moved away from home and went to college, they rarely saw each other aside from visits.

Though in many ways driven apart, the two sisters made a promise to each other.

On Halloween, the night when the majority of the supernatural take a break for a change, one of them will come to the other and they'd have a night filled with nothing but normalcy. ...
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Supernatural > Buffy-Centered • (Recent Donor)BuffyCharmed • Responses [1] • Date Added [11 May 07] • Date Updated [17 Jan 10]
This was originally a manip idea that I've since added onto.

What if Buffy was Jack's daughter? Jack was once married? to Joyce but before he could tell her he was immortal he was killed/died in front of her. Knowing he can't go back without putting her in jeopardy he tries to move on with his life. Problem is that Joyce had a secret too ... she was pregnant. Buffy's born with dark hair which she later starts to dye hoping to fit in better with her family. Skip forward to after Joyce's death and Buffy resurrection. Joyce names Jack in her will and the lawyers not knowing Jack is 'dead...
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Dr. Who/Torchwood > Buffy-Centered • (Past Donor)MistressAshley • Responses [0] • Date Added [14 May 09] • Date Updated [17 Jan 10]
The Goa'uld are an ancient threat, but the Yeerks started their spread as recently as a century ago. The Asgard have probably never even heard of them.

The Yeerk ships have been coming to Earth long enough to build an immense pool under Sunnydale, but their stolen cloaking technology is very sophisticated. Also, they have infested hosts up and down the government's food chain, ready to plant misinformation at a moment's notice.

The status quo was about to change.

Outside the Earth's atmosphere Yeerk forces destroyed an attack by an Andalite fleet, but they were una...
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Multiple Crossings • (Current Donor)Shieldage • Responses [0] • Date Added [1 Jan 07] • Date Updated [3 Nov 13]
Watch the film "The Long Kiss Goodnight" then tell me that the principal character isn't a Slayer. So a crossover could work fairly well...

One possible plot - after she's stabbed, Faith flees Sunnydale. Rather than going into a coma, she eventually develops amnesia, but it takes long enough for her to successfully cover her tracks first. Also she's pregnant - the father's identity is up to you, but Xander seems a possibility. A few years later, just after hearing the news that Sunnydale has been destroyed by a freak earthquake, she starts to have weird dreams, and is suddenly ridicul...
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Movies > Other-Action • (Current Donor)MarcusRowland • Responses [1] • Date Added [6 Jun 04] • Date Updated [13 Jan 10]
Buffy lived a relatively normal life with her parents, Hank and Joyce Summers in Sunnydale. She went to school, had friends, pretty much the norm.

Until it happened.

Buffy was just trying to get to sleep when she heard someone in her baby sister Dawnie's room. But she couldn't have imagined what she saw.

Her mother was on the cieling with fire consuming her. The only thing she could do was grab her baby sister and run to her daddy.

Buffy, Hank, and Dawn went on with their lives, but all in different ways. Hank bought a house in Los Angeles, consuming all hi...
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Supernatural > Buffy-Centered • (Recent Donor)BuffyCharmed • Responses [0] • Date Added [29 Apr 07] • Date Updated [17 Jan 10]
This idea came to me while I was reading elisi's story Not the Last. The idea is that The Master and Lucy have a child during the lost year. elisi named him Alexander and *bing* idea!

What if it did happen like that and the child was named Alexander and when everything is said and done, with time reset something has to be done with the child. Lucy is too broken, not to mention the whole going to prison bit and The Master is dead. The Doctor, while he wants to take him in, can't. It's much too dangerous to have a part Time-Lord infant on his adventures so he takes him to a nice sunny t...
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Dr. Who/Torchwood > Xander-Centered • (Past Donor)MistressAshley • Responses [0] • Date Added [18 Mar 10]
Season Two of Buffy and Season One of SG-1 start at roughly the same time.

The Army's Initiative is a sister-program to the Air Force's SGC. General Hammond has agreed to share off-world information with the Army in exchange for continuous updates on Earth's HST (Hostile Sub-Terrestrial) population. He is not aware of the corruption at the heart of the Initiative, moreover there might not even be any at this early point in time.

Very early on in the formation of SG1, maybe even before Teal'C signs up, the general gathers the new team and briefs them on the presence of Earth...
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Stargate > General > Team: SG-1 Seasons(s) 1-5 • (Current Donor)Shieldage • Responses [0] • Date Added [21 Jul 07] • Date Updated [3 Nov 13]
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