Angel also lets Harmony go, with a reference no less, her future body count should be on him too.I think any kill made by a member of the group should count as part of the group tally eg Giles killing Ben would count as a scooby kill even if the other scoobies would've disapproved of it.
AI probably has the biggest human kill count due to Angel locking the lawyers in with Darla and Drusilla, however Oz killed Veruca, Giles killed Ben and Buffy kind of killed the zoo keeper plus the coach in Go Fish so that's at least 4 in the scooby kill count.
Actually, Cordy lets her go but I hardly think that means that Cordelia is responsible for any future killings.Angel also lets Harmony go, with a reference no less, her future body count should be on him too.
Of course he should. He let go a souless Vampire which he knew would kill again and gave her a job reference to boot.Actually, Cordy lets her go but I hardly think that means that Cordelia is responsible for any future killings.
Just realised you meant Not Fade Away, but still don't think that Harmony's killings should be on Angel's head. That's just ridiculous. By that logic, Buffy should be held responsible for any and all murders Harmony committed after Real Me, considering she let Harmony escape.
Of course he should. He let go a souless Vampire which he knew would kill again and gave her a job reference to boot.
Yes Buffy should be held responsible too. Crush is incredibly stupid where she just stands and lets both Harmony and Dru walk away.
"I knew you'd turn on me I just didn't know when"
So, by your logic, anyone in the Buffyverse who has let a vampire or demon go is now responsible for every death that vampire or demon causes ... I'm sorry, but that is nonsense. Letting a vampire or demon go loose does not make Buffy, Angel or anyone else responsible for that vampire or demon's actions.
Also, if we're specifically talking about Harmony, she'd just come off a full year in which she hadn't deliberately killed a human being and was living off animal blood, so Angel letting her go (with a reference) doesn't come across as that crazy. For all Angel knew, she had adapted and wouldn't kill again, if nothing else for her own self-preservation; if she's not killing, no one's trying to kill her in return.