Buffy was sitting with Willow, resting her head on the palm of her hand, her golden hair cascading over her fingers beautifully. Her greenie-hazel eyes were framed by long, thick eyelashes. The left half of her full, plump lips was usually higher up than the rest of her mouth, giving off an impression that she didn’t understand.
“I don’t get it,” she stated. “Why is this happening, and why is the world ending?”
“For the hundredth time, Buffy. The demon called ‘Nirthas’ has decided to battle against Earth and its lives for the freedom of his people, the Nashrids. He wants to rid Earth of all humans and put his children on there. Do you understand yet?” Giles said after taking his glasses of, and massaging the bridge of his nose.
“Wait, they’re his children? He looks ugly. Ew.” Buffy said, looking at a picture of the demon in an old book. He was made of some sort of stony material, and he had lava flowing in the ridges. His chin was very long, and it was the shape of a snake’s tongue.
“Typical…” Giles muttered under his breath.
“C’mon Giles. I didn’t even need to be the Slayer to hear that.” Buffy stated, smiling.
“There are more important things to worry about at the moment!” Giles said, almost shouting.
“Jeez, take a joke!” Buffy said, turning back to the book that she was pretending to read.
Suddenly, Spike walked in with a brown blanket slung over him. He quickly slammed the door shut, then slumped down on the brown leather settee by the door.
“So, Slayer. I heard you needed my help.” He stated, smiling tauntingly.
“I’d never need your help, Spike.”
“Oh, c’mon love. S’not like I’m useless. I need to kick some ass!” he said, punching the palm of his hand. Buffy rolled her eyes.
“Spike…shut up.” She replied, smiling kindly.
“C’mon! I helped you when Red here was kidnapped! I can help now.”
“Spike, you were the one that kidnapped her!” Buffy exclaimed. Spike rolled his eyes.
“Fine. Didn’t wanna help anyway.” He muttered, looking up at the ceiling.
“What?” Buffy said harshly. Spike pointed upwards, toward the top of the stairs.