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{{Quote|Very powerful works, and I am not talking about the prose. They deal with some dark stuff, and the Mayor would hate it if someone got ahold of them before he... you know.|[[Skyler]]|Enemies}}
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The '''''Books of Ascension''''' were a five-volume collection of books that held vital information on the process to achieve [[Ascension]]. Somehow, the Books were obtained by a [[demon]] lowlife called [[Skyler]], who sought to sell them to [[Slayers]] [[Buffy Summers]] and [[Faith Lehane]] for five thousand dollars. However, before Buffy could obtain the Books, Skyler was murdered by Faith and the books were taken to her secret employer, Mayor [[Richard Wilkins]]. While a prisoner at [[City Hall]], [[Willow Rosenberg]] found the Books and, though unable to read them, managed to rip out a few pages, which she later gave to [[Rupert Giles]] for research. Prior to this, the Books were described as "in good condition save for some wear on one spine and some foxing" (red-brown marks common on old books).
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== Appearances ==
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{{Quote|Very powerful works, and I am not talking about the prose. They deal with some dark stuff, and the Mayor would hate it if someone got ahold of them before he... you know.|[[Skyler]]|Enemies}}
   
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The '''''Books of Ascension''''' were a five-volume collection of books that held vital information on the process to achieve [[Ascension]].
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==History==
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The original editions of the Books of Ascension were obtained by a [[demon]] called [[Skyler]]. In 1999, he sought to sell them to [[Slayer]]s [[Buffy Summers]] and [[Faith Lehane]] for five thousand dollars. However, before Buffy could obtain the books, Skyler was murdered by Faith and the books were taken to her secret employer, Mayor [[Richard Wilkins]].<ref name=":0">"[[Enemies]]"</ref>
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While a prisoner at [[Sunnydale City Hall]], [[Willow Rosenberg]] found the Books of Ascension and, though unable to read them, managed to rip out a few pages, which she later gave to [[Rupert Giles]] for research.<ref>"[[Choices]]"</ref> Prior to this, the books had been described as "in great condition," save for "a little worn on one spine" and "some slight foxing."<ref name=":0" />
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==Appearances==
 
*"[[Enemies]]"
 
*"[[Enemies]]"
 
*"[[Choices]]"
 
*"[[Choices]]"
 
*"[[The Prom]]" {{Om}}
 
*"[[The Prom]]" {{Om}}
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==References==
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{{References}}
   
 
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[[fr:Livres de l'Ascension]]
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[[Category:Books, scrolls and prophecies]]

Latest revision as of 02:59, May 2, 2020


Very powerful works, and I am not talking about the prose. They deal with some dark stuff, and the Mayor would hate it if someone got ahold of them before he... you know.
Skyler[src]

The Books of Ascension were a five-volume collection of books that held vital information on the process to achieve Ascension.

HistoryEdit

The original editions of the Books of Ascension were obtained by a demon called Skyler. In 1999, he sought to sell them to Slayers Buffy Summers and Faith Lehane for five thousand dollars. However, before Buffy could obtain the books, Skyler was murdered by Faith and the books were taken to her secret employer, Mayor Richard Wilkins.[1]

While a prisoner at Sunnydale City Hall, Willow Rosenberg found the Books of Ascension and, though unable to read them, managed to rip out a few pages, which she later gave to Rupert Giles for research.[2] Prior to this, the books had been described as "in great condition," save for "a little worn on one spine" and "some slight foxing."[1]

AppearancesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Enemies"
  2. "Choices"
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