So that night when Faith, Fred, Willow, Angel, and Gunn were telling each other vampire stories, Fred whispered to Willow: "Have you ever noticed how hot Faith is?"
"No," Willow said, "how many times will the author make me say this, Tara is my true love!!!"
"God," Fred said, "don't have a Wolfram and Hart attack. You think Faith feels the same way about me?"
"I've got a theory," Willow said, "she does." Then Angel hushed everyone to shut the hell (mouth) up.
"What is it?" Willow asked. "Your vamp sonar pick something up?" Since they were in a forest they couldn't see if someone or something was coming. Then they heard a sound of thunder and the flapping of giant wings.
'A dragon?' Willow thought. Then as suddenly as the noise was heard the forest fell silent once more.
"Is it gone?" Fred wondered aloud. Then they saw (Willow guessed it) a dragon; on the back of the beast was a blonde.
"Harmony!" Willow yelled. "What the Quartoh (get it Quartoh 'cuz it's a hell dimension) are you doing here?!"
"Ha ha ha!" Harmony cackled. "I've been sent be my master Glorificus to kill you once and for all with feeling. Thoron-" (name of the dragon) "-attack, but be careful of my hair!!"
Thoron lunged at our heroes full speed, and missed them by only a few inches.
"Great," Harmony said. "Now you messed up my hair, and made me break a nail, this time it's personal!!!" Harmony drew a ball of darkness from thin air and launched it at Fred.
"Fred noooooo!" Faith yelled as she blocked the ball from her beloved Fred.
"Are you alright?" Fred asked.
"Go on without me," Faith said, then she vanished from human and vampire sight.
"Like oh my goth!" Harmony squealed. "Us evil people can't catch a brake in this f'd-up fairy tale!" With that Harmony left.
"Why?" Fred yelled. "Why did the author do this to me?"
"I told you," Willow said, "don't call the author's stories dumb. Let's go, its almost daytime, and I'm going to pray to the goddess that we have a freakin happy ending!!"
Oh you'll see, Willow, the author said.
"How did you know my name?" Willow asked.
Foolish mortal, I know everything! the author said.
"Ok," Willow said, "now you're starting to scare me, and everyone else reading this story!"