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Dawn packed the blood in the fridge, still amused how easy it was to purchase.

After tracking down a supplier, she'd spent an afternoon trying to find the most obscure item available online and had lost when Andrew had found Uranium Nitricum from a homeopathy supplier. Technically, it was nothing more than tap water, but he still claimed victory.

For a girl who'd grown up in the Californian sun, she barely saw it any more and kept company with all manner of creatures most people regarded as fantastical. She laughed, realising that she was one of those mythical creatures too.

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open_on_sundaychallenge #326: sun/son
open_on_sundaychallenge #327: franz ferdinand: shopping for blood
open_on_sundaychallenge #328: clock
Part of the London!verse

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ozma914
7th Jul, 2009 02:17 (UTC)
Talk about a life change!
redwolf
7th Jul, 2009 02:34 (UTC)
Yeas and no. She may have memories of being normal, but she never really has been.
ozma914
7th Jul, 2009 05:40 (UTC)
True -- but it was normal for her. Although really, how normal can you be on a Hellmouth? On a related note, do we ever really learn how old Dawn is when she learns about her sister's calling?

Although I haven't explored it much, the Dawn in my universe is a bit exceptional in some areas, such as language and an innate magical ability, thanks to her previous existance.
redwolf
7th Jul, 2009 09:52 (UTC)
Anything script-wise is useless because they wrote the character to be about twelve and then hired a much older actress. It's all a bit murky.
ozma914
8th Jul, 2009 06:38 (UTC)
I always thought Dawn was pretty well characterized for a 15 year old! But then, in my business the 15 year olds I have contact with are usually the most immature of the lot, so that probably colors my age-judgement.
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