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11 March 2008 @ 03:31 pm
Memo to Giles  
Mr. Giles,

There's been another vampire infiltrating the slayer's dorm last night. Ayisha assures me that none of them actually invited the vampire in, and that's more than a little bit Scary.

I'll take care of the repairs needed for the doorway and I'll also need to order two new mattresses and contact the coven again so they can do their Spell, but I thought I should let you know.

Andrew
 
 
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bvl_gilesbvl_giles on March 13th, 2008 12:28 am (UTC)
Andrew,

Thank you for taking care of it, and keeping me informed. It may be that, with the dorm being attached to the school, it's considered a public building, mystically speaking. It's hard to judge these things, but we will find a way to keep them out.

We certainly need to find something that works. I'm starting to worry at the way some of the other council members grumble over our budget.

Thank you again,
Giles

bvl_andrew: Gentle Viewers - lunannebvl_andrew on March 18th, 2008 02:29 am (UTC)
Mr. Giles,

You're welcome, it's my job after all to clean up after the slayers. The Coven member I spoke to said that they don't know any spell that could help there, so I have no idea what to do now.

Hélène said there was another attempt yesterday, but they got the vampire before it even got close to the doorway. I have a theory that it could be Fledges attracted to the power of the Slayers, but I worry that it could be something bigger, maybe a sign of the Apocalypse Redux.

Andrew
bvl_gilesbvl_giles on March 26th, 2008 07:05 pm (UTC)
It is, but you have gone above and beyond the call lately. I think a visit to the dorms may soon be in order. The frequency of these vampire attacks is a bit worrying, but no I don't think it's a sign of the Apocalypse. Not without the corresponding earthquakes, bloody running from the taps, and other classic portents. Still, it is worth checking out.

Get as many details as you can from any of the Slayers that witnessed it, and I'll do the same when I visit.

Also, and on a more sensitive subject, I'd like to talk about Dawn. I don't want you to tell her about it, but I would like you to research her professors, especially the one teaching her Sumerian. Just a precaution, you understand, and because I'm curious. And, again, don't tell her about this, it would only cause needless worry, as I don't suspect that anything is wrong. It's only curiosity on my part.

Giles
bvl_andrewbvl_andrew on March 29th, 2008 06:35 pm (UTC)
Mr. Giles,

I sent you another memo about the Vampire Situation. But about the Dawn thing... I know you're my boss and all that, and I shouldn't be questioning your Wisdom but... do I really have to? I'm sure she'd know if something hooky was going on.

I will, if you really want me to, dig up anything I can find, but...

Andrew
bvl_gilesbvl_giles on April 1st, 2008 12:31 am (UTC)
Andrew,

Dawn might well know if something were going on, but she's also trying to settle into a new environment, and keep up with her studies, and adjust to being on her own. She's under quite a lot of pressure just handling those things. I'd really rather not have something blow up in her face later, with us over here and her there handling it mostly on her own.

Especially in our business, it is better to be safe than to be sorry. Dig up what you can.

Giles
bvl_andrewbvl_andrew on April 18th, 2008 04:08 pm (UTC)
Mr. Giles,

I'm sending you all the files I could dig up on Dawn's teachers. There isn't much there. Everything says they're good citizens, most of them have families, and there's only her Sumerian teacher who lives alone.

I understand what you mean about better safe than sorry. You're right.

Andrew
bvl_gilesbvl_giles on April 25th, 2008 01:24 am (UTC)
Thank you, Andrew. I know you didn't want to do this, and I know that Dawn is your friend. You and I are only seeing that she is safe, and in a way that will get us answers, without her believing it's an issues of whether or not we trust her. I do trust Dawn to take care of herself, but I see no reason not to help her out, when we can.

Thank you
Giles