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2003-01-30 23:28:48+00:00 - It was not Angelus in Eternity - (Dan Solomon <dansolo@attbi.com>)


When Angel was slipped the drug in Eternity, he did not turn into Angelus. Angel's soul didn't go anywhere. That is why he was Angel again when the drug wore off. It would be closer to say that Angel was behaving like Angelus under the influence of the drug. That would not accomplish what they need now. -- Dan Solomon

2003-01-31 01:10:37+00:00 - Re: It was not Angelus in Eternity - (Brian the Snorf <blehr@gladstone.uoregon.edu>)


"Dan Solomon" <dansolo@attbi.com> wrote in message news:Xns9313B1E2A805Ddansoloattbi@204.127.199.17... > When Angel was slipped the drug in Eternity, he did not turn into Angelus. > Angel's soul didn't go anywhere. That is why he was Angel again when the > drug wore off. It would be closer to say that Angel was behaving like > Angelus under the influence of the drug. That would not accomplish what > they need now. It would depend. If he was able to recover Angelus' memories of the beast and "think" like Angelus, it would work fine. -Snorf

2003-01-31 12:55:41+00:00 - Re: It was not Angelus in Eternity - (anim8rfsk@aol.comNOSPAM)


<< From: "Brian the Snorf" blehr@gladstone.uoregon.edu >> << It would depend. If he was able to recover Angelus' memories of the beast and "think" like Angelus, it would work fine. >> Exactly. Certainly it would have been worth a try.

2003-01-31 17:51:22-08:00 - Re: It was not Angelus in Eternity - (bergeg@parl.gc.ca)


"Brian the Snorf" <blehr@gladstone.uoregon.edu> wrote in message news:<h2k_9.100736$6G4.12289@sccrnsc02>... > "Dan Solomon" <dansolo@attbi.com> wrote in message > news:Xns9313B1E2A805Ddansoloattbi@204.127.199.17... > > When Angel was slipped the drug in Eternity, he did not turn into Angelus. > > Angel's soul didn't go anywhere. That is why he was Angel again when the > > drug wore off. It would be closer to say that Angel was behaving like > > Angelus under the influence of the drug. That would not accomplish what > > they need now. > > It would depend. If he was able to recover Angelus' memories of the beast > and "think" like Angelus, it would work fine. Since I find it likely that he won't recover any more memories as Angelus (and even if he did, why would he tell them ? What are they gonna do, torture him ?) the point is a bit moot.