Especially since Spike "riding into the sunset" would have been a very dusty proposition.Different ending No. 3: Spike wears the amulet, saves the world, escapes the flames and rides into the sunset with Buffy on a white horse. Nice, but too cheesy.
Again, we have that "walking away, hand in hand," in broad daylight situation, which would have resulted in the final scene being Buffy and a cloud of Spike colored dust. Angel wearing the amulet, however, would have resulted in Angel being the incorporeal one in his Season 5, which might have been a good excuse to have at least some of the Sunnydale gang hang around LA to help bail him out of his situation. That would have been okay with me.Different ending No. 4: Angel wears the amulet, burns to ashes, saves the world and Spike and Buffy walk happily away from the battlefield, holding hands and smiling happily. Somehow that doesn't feel right.
Am I the only one getting uncomfortable chills from this? Just me?In Chosen, Buffy and her friends finally overcame their problems and went off to build a new and better world with the new slayer master race.
So, basically you're saying Willow is not a superior then? Not a Slayer. Not the master race. Poor Willow, inconsequential side-kick yet again.Where are these 'real superiors'? They sound like their looking for a fight.
I actually don't like the super-Willow of the comics that much. I like her when she's sad, because she reminds me of meSo, basically you're saying Willow is not a superior then? Not a Slayer. Not the master race. Poor Willow, inconsequential side-kick yet again.
Technically, enabling their joint existence, she is a superior. Just saying.