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The Turok-Han vampires and a sinister, misogynistic preacher known as Caleb begin causing havoc for the Scoobies. The writers collectively filled in scenes surrounding these act breaks for a more fleshed-out story. He makes several guest appearances in the remaining seasons, including the last episode. Anya dies in the fight, as do some of the new Slayers.

He goes on to make amends for his sins and to search for redemption in his own spin-off, Angel. Spike's amulet channels the power of the sun to destroy the Hellmouth and all the vampires within it, including himself. She reappears briefly in the fourth season, looking for vengeance, and moves to Angel where she voluntarily goes to jail for her murders. There's some adventure, some romance, a few laughs, some horror, and some action.

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They implant a microchip in his head that punishes him whenever he tries to harm a human. Kendra is killed by a restored Drusilla.

Angel has mysteriously been released from the demon dimension, but is close to insanity due to the torment he suffered there, and is nearly driven to suicide by the First Evil. The Watcher's Council aids in Buffy's research on Glory, and she and Giles are both reinstated on their own terms. At the end of season six, Spike regains his soul. Though elements and relationships are explored and ongoing subplots are included, the show focuses primarily on Buffy and her role as an archetypal heroine. Spike, still implanted with the Initiative chip, realizes he is in love with Buffy and increasingly helps the Scoobies in their fight.

However, she learns to embrace her destiny as the vampire slayer. Riley leaves early in the season after realizing that Buffy does not love him and joins a military demon-hunting operation.

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To save Dawn, Buffy sacrifices her own life by diving into the portal to the Hell dimension and thus closes it with her death. The emotional stakes are raised in season two.