Is Faith insane? I'm not sure what "insane" might mean here. She's obviously in an intense emotional state, but her feelings and behavior do make sense. My vote is to strike that reference and leave interpretation to the reader.

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I forgot to sign the last post. I'm the one who suggested we strike the statement that Faith is insane.

Zhandele 09:28, July 31, 2011 (UTC)

== Angel entering ==

First off I'd agree on the insanity topic. Faith is clearly disturbed but I don't think that she is insane.

And: When Angel enters the apartment occupied by Faith he isn't invited by anyone. Faith's supernatural status shouldn't factor into it since Angel always needed an invitation to enter Buffy's house or even her room in college. Was this ever explained? Also I seem to remember that only the actual resident of a given house/apartment can invite a vampire. Beast of Averoigne (talk) 16:42, May 1, 2014 (UTC)

Well, Faith did give Angel an 'open invitation' during their first confrontation and while it seemed she was only referring to fighting her, it could of extended to access to the apartment. OwnerMan (talk) 18:44, May 4, 2014 (UTC)

I'm aware of that and this possibility was established, when Cordelia invited him into her new apartment if she should ever get one. However, they've also established, that you have to be an actual resident of a certain place (like Buffy said for example, when Dawn invited Harmony) and Faith isn't the actual resident of that particular apartment. Unless she "conquered" in some way. Which I guess would be the only logical explaination. Beast of Averoigne (talk) 18:38, May 5, 2014 (UTC)

I suppose that may be the case. Faith considered the apartment hers and I guess that gave her invitation rights. OwnerMan (talk) 02:54, May 6, 2014 (UTC)

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