Wolfram & Hart are a very Angel-centric entity in my opinion.I thought of this to be an interesting topic to discuss considering Wolfram&Hart seemed to magically appear in Angel Season 1.
It was always my assumption that Giles knew, as well, which was practically made canon in Damage, but why would he tell the Slayer about a threat she couldn't do anything about anyway? They're way too big, especially for a Slayer who doesn't have a good working relationship with the Council.Giles for sure would have known about Wolfram and Hart, as an organization like that should have been on the Watchers Councils radar. My theory is that the WC decided that their focus with the Slayer would be most productive on the hellmouth rather than demon activity elsewhere.
Dracula's castle came out of thin air in one night. The people of Sunnydale were in deep denial about everything that was going on.But realistically speaking Wolfram&Hart was around longer than Buffy was around. Los Angeles is her home town. Buildings just don't seems to come out of thin air to me.
She only gave a vague response in Sanctuary when Kate was taking Angel away.
I understand that, but I just can't help but wonder why Buffy was aware of the other evil in her home town. It makes me wish that they would explain Buffy's past in LA more in her show.t makes no sense for the lawyers to make themselves aware to the Slayer, either, they have no beef with her; as long as she doesn't get 'in the way' of their plans, what is she but a small fly they have no need to swat just yet?
It was important. I'm not saying that it isn't.but I assume Sunnydale being the Hellmouth was considered to be most important (and also, clearly, where she lived.)
Did he move there?Dracula's castle came out of thin air in one night. The people of Sunnydale were in deep denial about everything that was going on
Oh god yes it does. It just seemed to me that for it to be worth their time magnifying that then they'd want souls signed away, demons and spells used (playing both sides off each other), etc. Or lots of money which only the wealthy can afford, and it might've made for a good episode on Angel.Re: Divorce; Does Family Law offer a potential for increasing human suffering and misery?