3. So....Do You Come Here Often?
Drabble Challenge: Crazy CrossOvers
This is a very odd/silly/crazy crossover double drabble. Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Angel's character Faith with Silmarillion characters after the fall of Gondolin. Thanks very much to NancyBrooke who beta'd this for me. And thanks to Joss Whedon and Tolkien for these wonderful characters that I don't own. Tolkien - please forgive me.
Curufin and Glorfindel did not die at the same time. I'm not breaking canon THAT much. Curufin just happens to be walking by and stopped to chat
"So you're telling me you went after a huge, fiery, demon dude with just a little sword. You're freakin' insane," Faith laughed.
"Insane? Perhaps. You do not have your full mental capacities either, my lady," Glorfindel smiled. "After all, did you not try to drive a band of wargs off with twigs?"
"They weren't twigs. They're beef jerky and it would have worked if I had more of the damn things. Little bastards would've totally 'snapped into a Slim-Jim'," Faith said, sighing as she picked at the rip in her jeans caused by one of the wargs' claws. "So, tall, blonde, and hunky, where in hell are we?"
"I am not certain what hell is, but this is the Halls of Mandos." Glorfindel then groaned, seeing the elf swaggering towards them.
"How long do you think he will keep us, Golden Flower? Do you think he was serious about that curse?" the new arrival asked the blonde elf. He then smirked at the woman. "Forgive me for interrupting. My name is Curufinwë, High Prince of the Noldor, son of Fëanor." Glancing at her torn clothing, he asked, "Ravished by animals?"
"Is that an offer, gorgeous?" Faith grinned seductively at him.
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