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I never wanted to be a Sluh... Slayer — I... auhhh... I just wanted a normal life.
―Alexia[src]

Alexia was one of the multiple Slayers active in 2006. She attempted to hide her identity during the vampire craze until her best friend Jacob became a vampire and, at her last moments of death, offered to sire her.[1]

Biography[]

Alexia was a Slayer living in the town of Nashua, New Hampshire. She attended high school with her lifelong best friend, Jacob. The two would spend hours hanging out together at the local arcade. Once vampires became mainstream, Alexia's burden as a Slayer worsened, knowing that her calling was then rejected like the vampires had been.[1]

Alexia discovered that her friend Jacob had allowed vampires to feed off of him, giving him a temporary high. While she did not approve of it, Alexia remained silent for fear of persecution of her views on the undead. During a snowstorm, Jacob was attacked and bitten by Sebastian, a vampire who regularly fed from him, and two partners. Jacob was found and sired by a vampire named May. Seven days passed before Alexia saw her friend again, and it would be days more before she encountered him again.[1]

Outside the arcade, Alexia attempted to press Jacob about his strange behavior and tried to get him to see that vampires were soulless killers, when May appeared. Once Alexia realized why she was there and what she was, the two began to fight, and Alexia dusted May. This was witnessed by Jacob and a group of people from inside the arcade, and Alexia was cursed for slaying a vampire. Jacob, furious at Alexia for killing May and for not conforming to the belief that vampires were good, drained Alexia's blood to the point of death. Realizing he didn't want to lose her, he gave her the choice to die or to be sired.[1]

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Preceded by:
Buffy Summers and Faith Lehane
Slayer

concurrently with Buffy, Faith, and thousands of others
2003

Succeeded by:
Slayer succession line abolished
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