To celebrate the anniversaries of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel series finales, we’ve put together the ultimate personality quiz to determine if you’re more like Buffy Summers or Cordelia Chase!
Buffy the Vampire Slayer completed its seven-season run on May 20, 2003. A year later, on May 19, 2004, the spinoff series Angel delivered a spectacular, emotional series finale. And even now, more than 10 years after the fact, both shows still awe and inspire their fans.
Created by Joss Whedon, Buffy and Angel and their respective characters have left a lasting impression on viewers. The themes and storylines are still repeated on television today, and countless books and essays have been written that explore the deeper meanings and underlying messages in the shows.
Buffy and Angel‘s respective leading ladies — Buffy Summers (Sarah Michelle Gellar) and Cordelia Chase (Charisma Carpenter) — were both formidable in their own right. Their journeys took them down very different paths, and watching them both grow and change as the shows progressed was both satisfying and, at times, insanely frustrating.
Over the course of the two series, the self-centered teens developed into strong, powerful women; at once very similar and very, very different, Buffy and Cordy’s journeys mirrored and contrasted each other in very interesting ways.
That’s why we have chosen to compile this quiz, which takes into consideration Buffy and Cordy’s respective strengths and weaknesses, and the way their values changed over the years.
So if you’ve always wondered whether you’re more Slayer or Vision Girl, take the personality test and find out! And let us know in the comments what result you got.
Happy anniversary, ‘Buffy’ and ‘Angel’ fans!
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