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Crystal Sparrow

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  1. Julia
    11/26/2020 @ 4:49 PM

    I’m with you on the misrepresentation of the first slayer. A white woman should not have spoke for her and more backstory as well as origins would be nice. I do feel this scene, besides the white misrepresentation, was important in showing just how ignorant Buffy was to her sacred duty. I think after this encounter she really starts to try and explore her lineage as well as learn about it, I feel like this scene was meant to show where she would be starting her spiritual journey as a slayer

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  2. Jase
    04/26/2021 @ 4:25 PM

    The Slayer Line goes back to prehistory; it’s thousands of years old.

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  3. Ada
    11/04/2021 @ 9:20 PM

    I would argue the slayer line is millions of years old. The story is when humans first walked the earth demons came. Sineya could be one of those first humans. Also shes meant to be partly demon, when buffy learns how she was made she is properly appalled. But when sineya first appears she’s trying to kill everyone so shes kinda the enemy. I always saw her as beautiful tbh, she was proper fit lets be real. Idk that buffy name calling her appearance was the best choice but it shows just how much she has to learn. And she does learn eventually. I agree about her voice it could’ve been a voiceover like they did with joyce where the mouth doesnt move. Or one of the shadow men. That wouldve made it a bit creepier.

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