"…But I don't know. I kinda like the idea of the two of us. We could be quite a team; if you came around to my way of thinking." The red-haired, dark lip-sticked, leather-clad vampire mused to her pink fuzzy-clad counter-part.
"Would that mean we have to snuggle?" The human questioned hopefully, trying not to think of the inevitable.
Seemingly ignoring the slight human, the undead creature grinned wickedly. "What do you say?" The vampire licked a glistening line of saliva up the human's neck, inhaling the pure essence of fear radiating off the other girl. "Wanna be bad?"
Willow's still beating heart raced as she couldn't help but imagine what it would be like. "This just can't get more disturbing…" Her stomach and heart gave a lurch toward the ground when the vampire that was now behind her gave out a low growl. Willow's whole body shuddered as she twisted away from her doppelganger. "Ack! Eeelgh." Her hands shook wildly, pointing at the vampire who still had a sick smile playing on her lips. "No more! You're really starting to freak me out." Seeing no wavering in the vampire's demeanor, Willow knew that she wouldn't win out in logistics; she moved to get away from the vampire. What option did she have but to run? She had no super strength or speed like Buffy or combat training like Xander. The vampire stepped in front of the human then stepped the other way when Willow stepped in the other direction.
Willow panicked and leaned over the library counter and retrieved the large wooden cross and thrust it in the direction of the vampire's face. The vampire hissed loudly and knocked the cross from her hands, then Willow herself over the library counter. Willow toppled over the counter and landed behind it with a thud and copious amounts of pain.
"You don't wanna play; Guess I can't make you…" The vampire rolled her eyes slowly and walked through the door and around the counter.
Willow panicked and knew her only chance was the tranquilizer gun used for Oz on a full moon. She grabbed it from the shelf beneath the counter and cocked it, aiming it toward the doorway where the vampire would enter.
"Oh wait, I can." The vampire sauntered around the corner, completely unworried by Willow's small frame. She saw the gun but what would a gun do to her?
Willow pulled the trigger. Nothing. Nothing happened. The redhead looked down at the gun. It wasn't loaded! Willow threw the gun down, aggravated at her own failure to just check the slot for a tranquilizer dart. She looked up just in time to see the vampire lunging down at her with that same sickening grin. Before any thought came to fruition, the vampire's teeth sank into the human's neck, immediately drawing blood, quenching the thirst that started to grow in the vampire's stomach.