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  • Buffy Will Die?

    Well maybe it's revealed later or something but this is my first time watching the whole series of Angel and I'm curious.

    During the episode "I Will Remember You" in Season 1, Angel is told Buffy will die during "the End of Days". That some sort of apocalypse? There's been a few so I don't know when exactly The Oracles were talking about.

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    Not much of a spoiler, but insofar as Buffy ever does or doesn't die, there's no reason to connect it to anything they said. Quite the opposite, by Angel reversing the Mohra demon's effects on him, he undoes what the Oracles confirmed would happen if he stayed human at that point.

    The "end of days" that is mentioned a lot in "Angel" is more or less an abstract -- they never stop talking about it, and its more of a concept than an actual event. Keep watching
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    • #3
      the end of days that was to kill buffy had angel stayed human, i think was insinuated to be the coming of the scourge (who coincidently also appeared in anne--same football-head demons--i like to think that their doomsday weapon was what they were using the slaves to build in anne).

      interestingly, sahjhan specifically states that the 21st century is the last century [of magic?] (and he's a time-traveling demon).

      Sahjhan: The weight of time is heavy on the world. And all men born must die. But there are worlds unknown, where dreamers dream and sleepers sleep, and patiently await. As pledged in Caladan by Cod-she, one shall awaken in the first year of the final century. That one, who lived before and joined Cod-she in the great sleep. Arise, as was promised and foretold. Arise. Arise! Welcome to the twenty-first century. Angelus is here. You'll see him soon. You haven't used your muscles in a very long time. It will be a while before you're strong enough to...
      Holtz: Just tell me where he is.
      btw--enjoy angel!
      Last edited by NileQT87; 19-06-08, 11:00 PM.

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      • #4
        An idea "the end of days" might be refering to s7 buffy. Why? Becasue if angel had remained human then the first would have won as angel would not have had the medallion to give to buffy to give to spike to bury the enemy army.

        Just a thought
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Revan
          An idea "the end of days" might be refering to s7 buffy. Why? Becasue if angel had remained human then the first would have won as angel would not have had the medallion to give to buffy to give to spike to bury the enemy army.

          Just a thought
          Hey good thought!! It makes sense. But then again, this reference to the "End of days" it's all over the place, we find it everywhere, in BtVS and AtS, they always talk about some end of days and some apocalypse, so I don't think it refered to anyone in particular.
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          • #6
            I think that 'The End of Days' is the day that the era of magic is over. Fray told us that for a while, there wasn't anything supernatural.

            And the big apocalypse is probably the one in ATF I guess.

            I'm not sure, but this is what I made of it.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Revan View Post
              An idea "the end of days" might be refering to s7 buffy. Why? Becasue if angel had remained human then the first would have won as angel would not have had the medallion to give to buffy to give to spike to bury the enemy army.

              Just a thought
              That's brilliant. And although it makes perect sense and logically fits I doubt that Joss and all the writers of the show had thought ahead like that. Anything could have happened in the show. So although your idea makes perfect sense I don't think it was intentional, but then again, Joss is a very smart person! We'll probably never know, but great insight.
              Last edited by CaptainOats; 19-07-08, 10:50 PM.

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