The page notes that Glory was meant to appear in Season 7 as a disguise of the First Evil but couldn't due to conflicts in Kramer's schedule, then the article goes on to truthfully tell how Glory did appear in Season 7 as a disguise of the First Evil. So should the article be ammended? Perhaps, Glory was supposed to appear more than she did but schedule issues prevented it? Or maybe someone goofed. Lyco 04:14, October 26, 2010 (UTC)
- Actually, it says she was originally meant to return for the final episode of the series. DinoSlider 01:21, October 27, 2010 (UTC)
If Glory was so desperate to return to her dimension, why didn't she use the Hellmouth? After all, it is a portal to Hell Dimensions and would have saved her the trouble of finding The Key. (TheWikiWitch (talk) 17:23, August 2, 2013 (UTC))
- That portal may not have been specific to her dimension, her fellow goddesses may have locked her dimension thus needing the "key", or for more than likely the created didn't want yet another story that involved the Hellmouth so didn't use it.
Reality of Her Death
It doesn't quite make sense to me that she's dead. Trully, completely dead. She's a goddess, they spend practically every moment since they found out what she was embelishing the fact that she can't die, and yet, slip her into a human being, then kill it, and she dies? It doesn't make sense. More likely, she's like Illyria. She's hurt 'killed', but she'll be back. Evenetually. Maybe in a thousand, or a million years, but she'll be back. And maybe Ben will be too. Dragonlover553 (talk) 02:17, January 19, 2015 (UTC)
Possibly, but also consider how some of Buffy's opponents attempted to separate her from her "slayer" aspect, then going in to kill just "Buffy" and not the "Slayer Buffy". It's not unheard of such weaknesses of higher beings in canon like Buffy's. Additionally, the canon itself basically stated Glory's dead. FTWinchester (talk) 02:30, January 22, 2015 (UTC)