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Eddie: freshman at UC Sunnydale. Kept a copy of ‘Of Human Bondage’ by W. Somerset Maugham beside his bed as a comfort blanket. Eddie got lost on campus one night, and was turned into a vampire by Sunday’s gang. Buffy staked him.
Edith, Miss: Druscilla’s favourite doll. Miss Edith takes the brunt of the vampire’s rage when things go wrong. Her punishments have included being blindfolded, having to sit facing the wall, and going without ‘tea’.
Edna Mae Wilkins: see Wilkins, Edna Mae.
Eggs: Mister Whitmore gave the class eggs to ‘look after’ during a ‘teen health’ lesson. The eggs actually contained infant bezoars. Xander’s didn’t hatch because he had already boiled the egg.
El Eliminati: sect of Italian vampire swordsmen. Fifteenth century duelist cult. Deadly. Eventually became the acolytes of the demon Balthazar who brought them to the New World. Were driven out of Sunnydale one hundred years ago by Richard Wilkins (who later became the Mayor). See also Vincent.
Ellis, Major: in charge of the special ops unit that tried to track the Queller demon. Re-recruited Riley Finn on the recommendation of Graham. See also Belize.
Emily: Sunnydale High student, and ballerina. Died after having her heart ripped out by one of The Seven. Also the name of Buffy’s predecessor at the Double Meat Palace. Presumably eaten by the wig lady.
Energy barrier: An invisible force field. Willow created one around their hideout to keep the Knights of Byzantium at bay.
Enjoining spell: used by the Scoobies to enable Buffy to defeat Adam. Created ‘combo Buffy’ by combining the essences of Giles (Surfus. The Mind.), Willow (Spiritus. The Spirit.), Xander (Animus. The Heart.), and Buffy (Manus. The Hand.) Buffy was made indestructible, and was able to remove Adam’s uranium power core. The spell was a volatile one, and could have gone drastically wrong had they been interrupted. There were consequences. See The First Slayer.
Epps, Chris: Sunnydale High School student. Wins the Science Fair every year. Brought his brother, Daryl, back from the dead, and attempted to create a ‘Frankenstein’s Bride’ for him out of dead girls’ body parts. Was assisted by his twisted friend, Eric Gittleson. See also Todd, Meredith.
Epps, Daryl: Sunnydale High School football star who once dated Cordelia. Died in a rock climbing accident, but his brother, Chris Epps, brought him back from the dead. Daryl was so disfigured that refused to go out. Chris and Eric Gittleson tried to make him a girlfriend from dead girls’ bodies.
Eric Gittleson: Sunnydale High School student who became a gravedigger with Chris Epps. Together they tried to create a woman from dead girls’ body parts. See also Epps, Daryl.
Espresso Pump: coffee bar in Sunnydale where Giles used to go and sing.
Ethan Rayne: see Rayne, Ethan.
Ethan’s Costume Shop: costume shop run by Ethan Rayne. He cursed the outfits so that everyone turned into what they were dressed up as. Didn’t stay open for long!
Evil bitch monster of death: nickname that the TA’s had for Maggie Walsh.
Evita-like: acts like a prima donna.
Exorcism: ritual performed to banish a ghost / poltergeist. See also Mengas Tripod.
Eyghon: ‘The Sleepwalker’. Demon that can only exist by possessing an unconscious host. Temporarily imbues the host with an euphoric sense of power. Unless the proper rituals are observed the possession is permanent, and the demon will be ‘born’ from within the host. Can also possess the dead, but it’s demonic energy speeds up the decaying process, and Eyghon must jump to the nearest dead or unconscious body to continue living. Ancient sects (and Ripper’s gang) used to induce possessions for bachnals and orgies. Once possessed Jenny Calendar, and was defeated after trying to possess Angel. See also The Mark of Eyghon, Philip Henry, Diedre Page, Ethan Rayne, Randall and Thomas Butcher.
Eyghon, The Mark of: symbol tattooed on those who have conjured up Eyghon. Acts as a ‘homing beacon’ for the demon. Usually found on the inside of the upper arm, just above the elbow. All the members of the gang that Ripper belonged to had one, and this was how Eyghon tracked them down and killed them. Ethan Rayne tattooed this mark on Buffy’s neck in an attempt to divert the demon.
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