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Date Posted: 19:09:35 11/08/07 Thu
Author: Trent
Subject: Re: Power and Responsibilities
In reply to: Rich 's message, "Re: Power and Responsibilities" on 07:01:31 11/06/07 Tue

I'm speaking of Buffy's decision to remain a Slayer after she had parted with the Watcher's Council. I'm also speaking of her decision to remain in Sunnydale for college.

What I'm trying to say that it was unecessary. I think that the only reason Buffy had decided to remain a Slayer in Sunnydale was her belief that she had no choice, due to her Slayer powers. She wasn't really making choices. She was allowing her belief that she had no choice but to remain guiding her decisions. And to me, it seems that her reasoning for remaining a Slayer is tainted by her view of "duty". It comes off as cold to me.

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