Buffy's Night of Ticklish Souls (Part 2)The dead man, freshly clawed from his grave, was dressed in a suite, as if he were attending an interview. The look was very smart - dark blue jacket and trousers, a lighter blue shirt and a black tie; it was so professional and distinguished, almost to the point of being inappropriate in light of it all. He had the look of a young man, his young face all straight lines and his immaculately brown curls combed back across his head.More Like This
If it wasn't for the fact that he was now trying to kill her, Buffy might have been impressed. As it was, she was too busy showing the vampire the strength of the slayer.
Ducking under the kick he swung at her head, Buffy spun away to the right, slipping around to his left side. She twisted and kicked out twice with her left leg, catching the vampire at the back of his knee and across the cheek. He staggered back with a snarl, his bestial features twisted in rage, but Buffy gave him no respite - she stepped forward and drove a spin kick into his