Xander and Dawn lead an army of wood creatures into battle against Warren and Amy's minions.
While Willow seeks otherworldly help in bringing Buffy back from the future, Xander and Dawn flee deep into the woods, where they encounter a strange race of tree-like forest souls.
Having been transported into the future, Buffy joins forces with Melaka Fray, a fellow-slayer whose twin brother, Harth, is a vampire contemplating an evil plan.
As Buffy and Willow head to New York on a cryptic mission involving Buffy's scythe, Twilight, Warren, and Amy launch a deadly attack on the slayers' castle.
After the shocking death of one of their own, Buffy and her team take on Toro's army of vampires. And, while Dawn slugs it out with her own mechanized doppelganger, Dracula and Willow team up to stop Toro and his diabolical spell.
After a gruesome welcome to Tokyo, Buffy and Willow capture one of the Japanese vampires and learn of a sinister plan to revert all slayers into ordinary humans.
Realizing that the Japanese vampires have stolen his secrets, Dracula agrees to help Xander stop them. And, as Buffy's crew prepares to go to war, a Japanese slayer named Aiko tracks the vampires, with disastrous results.
Buffy and Satsu's amorous encounter is rudely interrupted when a gang of transmogrifying Japanese vampires storms the castle and steals Buffy's scythe. Later, Xander seeks the help of an old friend.
While the rest of the girls party, Buffy and Xander discuss the matter of a rogue slayer. Later, Buffy and Satsu discuss affairs of the heart as they take on a nest of vampires.
After a flight of fantasy, Buffy and Willow enter the demonic lair of Sephrilian, a dangerous realm of unstable reality where the friends' darkest secrets, both past and future, are revealed.
As Faith and Genevieve battle to the death, Buffy confronts Giles about Faith's assignment.
As Giles tries hopelessly to contact Faith, Lady Genevieve explains her rationale for wanting to assassinate Buffy.
Posing as a viscount's daughter, Faith infiltrates Lady Genevieve's gala and is attacked by Roden's gargoyle security team. Elsewhere, Willow offers to Dawn with her plus-sized problem and is called upon to upgrade the castle's defense system.
Faith is approached by Giles with a dangerous assignment--to pose as a British aristocrat in order to assassinate a wealthy, rogue slayer under the tutelage of an Irish warlock.
One of Buffy's decoy doubles recalls how she was called upon and trained to be a slayer. The heroic young woman's undercover assignment takes her deep underground, where she leads a stand against Yamanh and his demonic horde.
Being held captive, and with her powers being siphoned, Willow is slowly mutilated by the vengeful--and skinless--Warren Mears.
As foretold by the prophecy, the Master kills Buffy and goes up to the surface.
Introduction to Buffy the Vampire Slayer
A witch casts a spell on a few cheerleaders when they seemingly turn evil.
Willow refuses to go to the dance with Xander as a runner-up to his true crush, Buffy.
Giles discovers something horrible about the Slayer's fate.
Buffy, Xander, and Willow wonder what may have happened to their teacher Mr. Gregory and meet their substitute.
When Buffy sees blood flowing from the bathroom sink, she goes to tell Giles and overhears a disturbing conversation he is having with Angel.
After learning that she will soon die, Buffy says she no longer wants to be the slayer.
Buffy's nemesis, Cordelia, finds a gruesome surprise in the cafeteria freezer.
Two students have a confrontation in the lunchroom over a boy.
While Willow and Xander share an inside joke about the girl running for May Queen, Buffy reminisces about being Queen at her old school.
While enjoying a dream about chocolate bars, Xander finds himself running from a killer clown nightmare.
Cordelia, Harmony, and company ignore another girl trying to make conversation.
Buffy senses something strange afoot when a student discovers why it's a bad idea to smoke.
Some guy is stalking Buffy's friend
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