Halrloprillalar (prillalar) wrote,
Halrloprillalar
prillalar

Angel

Wesley lay dead on the floor. Suddenly, most of SG-1 burst through the door. "Hurry," Daniel said. "My vision told me we don't have much time."

Teal'c picked up Wesley and Sam shot a couple of demon guards who were trying to kill them. They got Wesley into the car and then a plane and then they were all back at the SGC, where they had a sarcophagus, which SG-13 had just brought back from a very exciting and dangerous off-world mission.

They put Wesley into the sarcophagus and it brought him back to life. Since it was only once, it didn't make him evil or anything. It made him mostly sane, though.

"Thank you," Wesley said, although he was still quite melancholy and also rather confused. "How did you find me?"

"I had a vision," Daniel said. "I sometimes get them, from when I used to be ascended to another plane."

Wesley was really interested in that so he and Daniel discussed it until Sam got bored and wandered off. Teal'c listened politely, even though he was bored too.

Suddenly, an owl flew into the room! "How did that get in here?" Daniel said.

The owl had a note for Wesley. It was confirming his appointment as the new Defence Against the Dark Arts professor at Hogwarts. "Oh, good," Wesley said. "That's got to be a lot safer than my last few jobs."

Daniel helped Wesley get a new, more appropriate wardrobe, then Wesley flew off to Scotland and arrived at Hogwarts. Everybody loved him, even Professor Snape, although he tried really hard to hide it.

There was a new Arithmancy professor too, a frighteningly intellectual Canadian woman. She and Wesley fell in love and got married and lived happily ever after, after helping to defeat Voldemort. They had no children and two cats and wrote six books together and were respected by everyone.

The End

Also: Anne! How cool was that?

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