Illyria appears substantially in the comic books published by IDW Publishing following Angel ' s series finale. Several titles featuring Illyria have nothing or very little to do with the larger Buffy and Angel franchise.

Until the advent of the canonical comics of , most Illyria stories were set during Season Five of Angel. The comic book Illyria: Spotlight by Peter David depicts Illyria's encounters with Fred's friends and family, and she even begins to cry when she watches home movies of Fred's life; she later asserts to Wesley that she feels no regret.

Peter David also published an Illyria crossover with his own comic book, Fallen Angel. In volume one of Fallen Angel Reborn , set in Season Five, Illyria is transported to the dimension of Bete Noire where she attempts to reclaim her lost power; flashbacks depict her battle with the Wolf, the Ram and the Hart as well as other Old Ones like herself, in a primordial era; in the present day, she faces the series' heroine Liandra.

Illyria appears on the cover of each issue. In the miniseries Spike: Shadow Puppets , she appears in flashbacks and as puppet in the narrative of that story, a sequel to Season Five episode " Smile Time ".

In canonical comics, she first appears in the second issue of Angel: After the Fall , the official Angel continuation. Illyria is established as the Demon Lord of Beverly Hills, and working with Spike saves innocents by placing them in Connor's care.

Spike: After the Fall details their acquisition of Lord status. Throughout the series, Illyria features temporary reversions to her Fred state as the hell dimension causes her powers to go out of control.

Later, when Gunn now a vampire kills the last of her memories of Fred, these stop, and she reverts to her primordial form and begins savaging Los Angeles.

Telepathic fish Betta George is able to fill her with Spike and Wesley's memories of Fred, and Fred's humanity causes her to stop. Though Wolfram and Hart reverts time to before they destroyed Los Angeles, Illyria retains the memories of her experiences like everyone else.

Illyria guards a hospitalized Gunn — human once more — in his hospital bed from angry demons, and her new memories of Fred make her crisis of humanity even more apparent.

The two depart Los Angeles and an encounter with an Old One from her past while she and Gunn learn to accept their humanity. At one point she makes clear to Angel that while she's not and never will be Fred, like him she's now a formerly evil being trying to be good and redeem their past sins.

In the comic Illyria: Haunted , Illyria begins having nightmares consisting of Fred's partial memories. She tries to reach out to an emotionally unavailable Angel and finds no comfort.

Illyria then seeks out Spike for advice. He believes she should return to the Deeper Well for answers and comfort. She then, in an unprecedented show of humility, formally asks Spike for help.

Spike takes Illyria to Sally, a Frellian demon who grants favors for a price. She sends them to retrieve a charm from a potential suitor of hers and then opens a portal for Illyria to the Deeper Well.

Illyria quickly dispatches the Vastari demons guarding the entrance and enters to find the new guardian is a rare matriarchal demon.

The new guardian sends two Yastigilian Hounds to attack Illyria, unaware that Illyria has the knowledge to control them. Illyria explains that they are kindred species.

She is granted access to the Deeper Well but is warned not to touch anything. Illyria finds nothing but Gylphs on the wall where her coffin once was and begins smashing things in disappointment.

Drawn to a gem on the wall, she touches it and is magically enlightened to her new place in the world, unaware that she has accidentally released a former rival old one, Arsgomor.

Illyria attempts to both fight and reason with Arsgomor until he kills one of her new Yastigilian pets. Illyria commands the local plant life to subdue Arsgomor and then degenerates him to a fetal form.

She releases this new baby Arsgomor to the new guardian and returns to L. She then uses her restored powers to open a dimensional portal and go traveling.

She later debuts in Buffy in issue sixteen, as part of the "Welcome to the Team" story arc. Mid-battle, Buffy finds herself teleported to Los Angeles, where Illyria introduces herself as part of a council which needs Buffy's help due to the consequences of Buffy destroying the seed and stripping the universe of its ambient magic.

In a confrontation with the season's villain, Severin , Illyria is stripped of her powers—including her ability to time travel—leaving her mortal and stuck in Fred's physical appearance.

Drawing on her personal experiences in Angel , she convinces Severin—whose powers threaten to rip a hole in time itself—to create a new seed, which will restore magic to the universe.

Willow points out to Illyria that she is showing very human compassion, which Illyria herself recognizes. The creation of the new seed creates a powerful discharge, vaporizing Illyria and Severin both.

Koh is surprised by this, and tells Buffy that she does not understand Old Ones, suggesting Illyria may yet survive in some form. They surmise the recreated Seed attempted to bring Illyria back, and in the event, also brought back Fred.

Now both Fred and Illyria are alive and cohabit Fred's body. The full scope of Illyria's power is unknown and probably unlimited.

When Illyria takes over her new "shell," she possesses tremendous physical strength, far superior to that of most vampires, demons, or Slayers.

Spike likens a blow from Illyria to being hit by a Mack Truck. Her strength, reflexes, and agility make her a formidable hand-to-hand combatant. Although Spike's adaptability gives him an occasional advantage, Illyria dominates their sparring sessions.

Her skin is a hardened shell, providing her body with a heavy armor capable of withstanding blows from forged weapons, such as swords or axes.

In the episode "Time Bomb", she managed to single-handedly kill Spike, Wesley, Lorne and Angel in a matter of seconds, a testament of her prowess in combat. Illyria is aided in combat by her ability to selectively alter time, which allows her to easily dodge both attacks and bullets; she can accomplish a goal and leave an area before her opponent even realizes she has moved.

She has only been shown altering the flow of time to produce a slow motion effect, though it is possible that she can alter time in other ways.

She can also open interdimensional portals. In the episode " Underneath ," Wesley Wyndam-Pryce comments on her not needing to sleep. Illyria can alter her physical appearance on a basic level, and she is capable of recreating Fred 's persona accurately enough to fool Fred's parents.

She tells Wesley that she can take any form she chooses. Illyria has empathic abilities that allow her to perceive the emotional states of others. She was, for instance, capable of sensing Connor 's lust for her and Wesley's frustration with Angel as well as his grief over Fred's death.

Illyria communicates with flora , often spending hours at a time communing with a plant. She is also capable of distinguishing humans or "primitives" from demons, vampires , and other non-human life forms.

Illyria retains the insights from her experiences as an Old One , which enable her to effectively analyze the power dynamics, personal motivations, and emotions that influence those around her.

She is stronger than Spike and Angel combined having proven at one point to be able to engage both in battle simultaneously and come out victorious. After being drained by the Mutari generator, Illyria's abilities are significantly diminished.

Her physical strength is decreased although retaining a high level of strength, well above that of Slayers, vampires and the vast majority of demons shown in the series , and she no longer has the ability to open portals or commune with plants.

Wesley perceives that Illyria is no longer invulnerable, as she once was cf. In addition to this, she successfully kills several members of the Circle of the Black Thorn with minimal difficulty.

She retains her ability to morph her physical appearance, and also her ability to differentiate between humans and non-humans. In the series Angel: After the Fall , Illyria's powers behave erratically and are closer to their full potential.

Early in the series, she was shown to hold herself unarmed against a grown dragon at full strength, enduring a blast of fire from its mouth and being swallowed by it without visibly losing her taste for the fight — all this while sporting a stab wound to the torso from Angel which seemed to only offend and irritate as opposed to hurt her.

To what extent this ability can now be used has yet to be seen; during her fight with Angel, he reverted briefly to his former human self Liam , his puppet self " Smile Time " and a baby due to her manipulation of time, but the erratic nature of these shifts seems to indicate that she lacks any real control of her powers.

Following After the Fall , after the Senior Partners reversed time so that the fall never occurred, Illyria was returned to her former late-Season Five levels.

In the comic book Angel: Only Human , when facing her old enemy Baticus who had been empowered with the energy drained from Illyria by the Mutari generator Illyria again regained some of her former power, being able to teleport and freeze time.

However, when she left the scene, she lost these powers. Following this, Illyria is depicted as more compassionate in this weakened form but must sleep at least 20 minutes for every ninety-four-hour period of activity.

Subsequent to this, she appears in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Nine with blue-and-black hair and comments on her full powers having been restored.

She later loses her abilities in the same arc, and appears physically identical to Fred Burkle once again, albeit dressed in her standard leather costume. Later, in her own IDW miniseries Illyria: Haunted , Illyria visits the Deeper Well and finds a blue gem embedded in a wall of art depicting her true form that causes her to undergo a transformation; her hair is now completely blue , as are her eyes as opposed to merely her irises , and all her powers are seemingly restored to her.

She can once again communicate with and control plant life. Her power is enough to face Arsgomor, another Old One, in her human form and defeat him in battle, going so far as to regress it to an unhatched egg-like form and to effortlessly open doors in space and time.

Illyria has also appeared in Angel expanded universe material such as comics , most notably her own one-shot comic Illyria: Spotlight in Despite several traumatic instances, such as being held hostage by Gunn's old vampire-hunting crew, she adjusted quite well to "normal" life.

Her knowledge of physics and mathematics made her an excellent asset when researching and developing strategies. Fred's ingenuity and resourcefulness also allowed her to create several constructs and contraptions that helped her adapt to stronger and more powerful enemies.

After some time, Fred's parents came to Los Angeles looking for her, but Fred avoided them and appeared afraid of them, briefly leading the rest of Angel Investigations to believe that the Burkles were abusive.

However, Fred's reluctance to see them was a result of her trauma from Pylea and the Burkles were in fact loving and supportive. Though she initially decided to return home to Texas with her parents, Fred ultimately decided that her place was in Los Angeles with Angel Investigations, a decision which her parents respectfully accepted.

Fred quickly developed a romantic relationship with Gunn, which lasted roughly one year. She was also the object of affection of Wesley, who attempted to step aside after Gunn and Fred started dating, but was still drawn to her.

Near the end of her relationship with Gunn, Fred and Wesley shared a kiss, but after discovering that Wesley had been in a relationship—albeit a rather complex one—with Lilah Morgan , her feelings for Wesley cooled.

Eventually, Fred discovered that it was actually her former professor's fault that she had been trapped in Pylea, and indeed, Professor Seidel had attempted to trap her in another world again.

Furious, she plotted to kill him, with Wesley's help. Gunn, however, felt that such a brutal act, even against Seidel, would ultimately destroy her as a result. In a battle where she was trying to trap him in a hell dimension, Gunn snapped Seidel's neck himself and dropped the body into the portal.

Unfortunately, this caused a rift between Fred and Gunn and ultimately ended their relationship. Later on, when Jasmine came to the mortal realm and put everyone under her thrall, Fred inadvertently managed to break free of the mental brainwashing while cleaning Jasmine's blood-stained blouse; Fred apparently scrubbed it so hard that her fingers bled, resulting in her blood coming in contact with Jasmine's and breaking the spell.

Unfortunately, she ended up in a similar situation as Pylea: alone and fighting against a population that wanted her dead. Eventually, she managed to free Angel from the thrall as well by shooting through Jasmine and hitting Angel, thus exposing the vampire to Jasmine's blood.

After the two escaped, she broke down, tearfully remarking that she was scared and not a champion like Angel, though Angel comforted her and insisted otherwise.

Later, the two freed the rest of Angel Investigations, sans Connor , and Fred helped participate in the battle against Jasmine's followers, led by Connor.

A spell removed all of her memories of Angel's son, Connor. She was a major asset to the team. Angel consistently relied on her department to quickly and efficiently solve problems.

At this time, Fred was concentred to help to materialize the new member, a ghostly Spike. During a mission paired with Wesley, she was almost killed by Emil 's henchmen.

Angel blame Wesley for it. After going on a few dates with co-worker Knox , Fred began to have feelings for Wesley again. The two paired up for about a week, but the couple's happiness was not to last.

A mysterious sarcophagus , allowed through customs by a signature from Gunn, appeared in the lab. As Fred examined it, a hole opened in the cover and a blast of wind blew into her face.

The sarcophagus was a holding cell for one of the original, pure-breed demons known as the Old Ones , which was predestined to rise again. The air Fred inhaled was actually Illyria's essence, which immediately began a parasitic existence in her body, eating away at it and making her a shell.

Because of his affections for Fred, he chose her as the only one "worthy" to house his goddess. As Angel and Spike traveled to England to find a cure, Wesley remained in Fred's bedroom with her, comforting her as she fought bravely, but slowly began to die.

Angel learned that the only way to save Fred was to draw Illyria back to the Deeper Well in England by using her sarcophagus as a beacon. However, thousands of others would die as Illyria's essence cut across the world back to the Well.

As much as they cared for Fred, Angel and Spike were unwilling to let such an atrocity happen and thus were forced to do nothing, knowing that Fred would not have wanted it that way.

As she lay dying, Fred's mind began to give way. Nearing the end, she panicked, stating that Feigenbaum , a stuffed rabbit named for mathematical physicist Mitchell Feigenbaum who studied chaos theory, should be there.

When Wesley asked her who Feigenbaum was, Fred replied that she did not know. Cradling her in his arms, Wesley stayed with Fred until the moment she died, after which her body was taken over by Illyria.

According to Dr. Sparrow , Fred's soul was consumed, making it impossible for her to return from the dead or enjoy an afterlife.

Later, though, Illyria stated that there were remnants of Fred in the form of her memories, which were a source of confusion for Illyria. Fred's emotions sometimes emerged in Illyria, accounting for her great affection for Wesley, Gunn and Angel.

On occasion, Illyria took on the appearance of Fred in order to go about unnoticed and to deal with Fred's parents. On another occasion, Illyria took on Fred's form to comfort the dying Wesley.

On that occasion, Wesley's killer, Cyvus Vail , fooled by Fred's frail form, offered Illyria a free shot. This proved to be his downfall as Illyria used the opportunity to shatter his head with a single punch, reverting back from Fred midway and avenging Wesley.

Although it was implied that Fred could not enjoy an afterlife, Lorne stated that she was the lucky one, because she was in heaven. Also, when Wesley was mortally wounded by Cyvus Vail, Illyria herself said that Wesley and Fred would be together again.

Fred reappeared, manifesting as a transformation of Illyria into not just the physical appearance of Fred, but also her personality. The essences of Illyria and Fred had been struggling for dominance over their shared body and Spike had been trying to suppress Fred's manifestations, even going so far as to ask Angel for help.

He admitted that he would have kept Illyria away from the battle had he known Wesley was going to be present. Seeing someone Fred cared for triggered the change, while dangerous situations transformed her back into Illyria.

With these remnants lost, Illyria reverted to her true form. When Angel reminisced about Fred and Wesley and wonders if the two of them were together in the afterlife, Cordelia rustled up a breeze to dissuade him from pessimism.

Illyria also appeared to be influenced by Fred's characteristics, writing on the walls as Fred once did, albeit listing methods of killing.

Later, when encountering Buffy Summers , Illyria declared that her similarities with Fred were an "affectation" to humor Fred's friends, which she suggests was ultimately a bad decision for all parties involved.

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He believes she should return to the Deeper Well for answers and comfort. She then, in an unprecedented show of humility, formally asks Spike for help.

Spike takes Illyria to Sally, a Frellian demon who grants favors for a price. She sends them to retrieve a charm from a potential suitor of hers and then opens a portal for Illyria to the Deeper Well.

Illyria quickly dispatches the Vastari demons guarding the entrance and enters to find the new guardian is a rare matriarchal demon. The new guardian sends two Yastigilian Hounds to attack Illyria, unaware that Illyria has the knowledge to control them.

Illyria explains that they are kindred species. She is granted access to the Deeper Well but is warned not to touch anything. Illyria finds nothing but Gylphs on the wall where her coffin once was and begins smashing things in disappointment.

Drawn to a gem on the wall, she touches it and is magically enlightened to her new place in the world, unaware that she has accidentally released a former rival old one, Arsgomor.

Illyria attempts to both fight and reason with Arsgomor until he kills one of her new Yastigilian pets. Illyria commands the local plant life to subdue Arsgomor and then degenerates him to a fetal form.

She releases this new baby Arsgomor to the new guardian and returns to L. She then uses her restored powers to open a dimensional portal and go traveling.

She later debuts in Buffy in issue sixteen, as part of the "Welcome to the Team" story arc. Mid-battle, Buffy finds herself teleported to Los Angeles, where Illyria introduces herself as part of a council which needs Buffy's help due to the consequences of Buffy destroying the seed and stripping the universe of its ambient magic.

In a confrontation with the season's villain, Severin , Illyria is stripped of her powers—including her ability to time travel—leaving her mortal and stuck in Fred's physical appearance.

Drawing on her personal experiences in Angel , she convinces Severin—whose powers threaten to rip a hole in time itself—to create a new seed, which will restore magic to the universe.

Willow points out to Illyria that she is showing very human compassion, which Illyria herself recognizes. The creation of the new seed creates a powerful discharge, vaporizing Illyria and Severin both.

Koh is surprised by this, and tells Buffy that she does not understand Old Ones, suggesting Illyria may yet survive in some form. They surmise the recreated Seed attempted to bring Illyria back, and in the event, also brought back Fred.

Now both Fred and Illyria are alive and cohabit Fred's body. The full scope of Illyria's power is unknown and probably unlimited. When Illyria takes over her new "shell," she possesses tremendous physical strength, far superior to that of most vampires, demons, or Slayers.

Spike likens a blow from Illyria to being hit by a Mack Truck. Her strength, reflexes, and agility make her a formidable hand-to-hand combatant. Although Spike's adaptability gives him an occasional advantage, Illyria dominates their sparring sessions.

Her skin is a hardened shell, providing her body with a heavy armor capable of withstanding blows from forged weapons, such as swords or axes.

In the episode "Time Bomb", she managed to single-handedly kill Spike, Wesley, Lorne and Angel in a matter of seconds, a testament of her prowess in combat.

Illyria is aided in combat by her ability to selectively alter time, which allows her to easily dodge both attacks and bullets; she can accomplish a goal and leave an area before her opponent even realizes she has moved.

She has only been shown altering the flow of time to produce a slow motion effect, though it is possible that she can alter time in other ways. She can also open interdimensional portals.

In the episode " Underneath ," Wesley Wyndam-Pryce comments on her not needing to sleep. Illyria can alter her physical appearance on a basic level, and she is capable of recreating Fred 's persona accurately enough to fool Fred's parents.

She tells Wesley that she can take any form she chooses. Illyria has empathic abilities that allow her to perceive the emotional states of others. She was, for instance, capable of sensing Connor 's lust for her and Wesley's frustration with Angel as well as his grief over Fred's death.

Illyria communicates with flora , often spending hours at a time communing with a plant. She is also capable of distinguishing humans or "primitives" from demons, vampires , and other non-human life forms.

Illyria retains the insights from her experiences as an Old One , which enable her to effectively analyze the power dynamics, personal motivations, and emotions that influence those around her.

She is stronger than Spike and Angel combined having proven at one point to be able to engage both in battle simultaneously and come out victorious.

After being drained by the Mutari generator, Illyria's abilities are significantly diminished. Her physical strength is decreased although retaining a high level of strength, well above that of Slayers, vampires and the vast majority of demons shown in the series , and she no longer has the ability to open portals or commune with plants.

Wesley perceives that Illyria is no longer invulnerable, as she once was cf. In addition to this, she successfully kills several members of the Circle of the Black Thorn with minimal difficulty.

She retains her ability to morph her physical appearance, and also her ability to differentiate between humans and non-humans.

In the series Angel: After the Fall , Illyria's powers behave erratically and are closer to their full potential.

Early in the series, she was shown to hold herself unarmed against a grown dragon at full strength, enduring a blast of fire from its mouth and being swallowed by it without visibly losing her taste for the fight — all this while sporting a stab wound to the torso from Angel which seemed to only offend and irritate as opposed to hurt her.

To what extent this ability can now be used has yet to be seen; during her fight with Angel, he reverted briefly to his former human self Liam , his puppet self " Smile Time " and a baby due to her manipulation of time, but the erratic nature of these shifts seems to indicate that she lacks any real control of her powers.

Following After the Fall , after the Senior Partners reversed time so that the fall never occurred, Illyria was returned to her former late-Season Five levels.

In the comic book Angel: Only Human , when facing her old enemy Baticus who had been empowered with the energy drained from Illyria by the Mutari generator Illyria again regained some of her former power, being able to teleport and freeze time.

However, when she left the scene, she lost these powers. Following this, Illyria is depicted as more compassionate in this weakened form but must sleep at least 20 minutes for every ninety-four-hour period of activity.

Subsequent to this, she appears in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Nine with blue-and-black hair and comments on her full powers having been restored. She later loses her abilities in the same arc, and appears physically identical to Fred Burkle once again, albeit dressed in her standard leather costume.

Later, in her own IDW miniseries Illyria: Haunted , Illyria visits the Deeper Well and finds a blue gem embedded in a wall of art depicting her true form that causes her to undergo a transformation; her hair is now completely blue , as are her eyes as opposed to merely her irises , and all her powers are seemingly restored to her.

She can once again communicate with and control plant life. Her power is enough to face Arsgomor, another Old One, in her human form and defeat him in battle, going so far as to regress it to an unhatched egg-like form and to effortlessly open doors in space and time.

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Archived from the original on 1 May Angel: After the Fall, Part One. Canon Index Awards. Episodes 1 2 3 4 5 " Corrupt ". Kate Faith Groo Giles. Lindsey Lilah Eve. Despite this shocking display of violence, Angel never seemed to scare Fred and even at his most demonic, he never attacked her.

In fact, she seemed to have a calming effect on him. After Pylea was liberated, Fred accompanied Angel and the rest of the gang back to Los Angeles and stayed in the Hyperion Hotel to re-adjust to life on Earth and regain her mental stability.

Despite several traumatic instances, such as being held hostage by Gunn's old vampire-hunting crew, she adjusted quite well to "normal" life.

Her knowledge of physics and mathematics made her an excellent asset when researching and developing strategies. Fred's ingenuity and resourcefulness also allowed her to create several constructs and contraptions that helped her adapt to stronger and more powerful enemies.

After some time, Fred's parents came to Los Angeles looking for her, but Fred avoided them and appeared afraid of them, briefly leading the rest of Angel Investigations to believe that the Burkles were abusive.

However, Fred's reluctance to see them was a result of her trauma from Pylea and the Burkles were in fact loving and supportive.

Though she initially decided to return home to Texas with her parents, Fred ultimately decided that her place was in Los Angeles with Angel Investigations, a decision which her parents respectfully accepted.

Fred quickly developed a romantic relationship with Gunn, which lasted roughly one year. She was also the object of affection of Wesley, who attempted to step aside after Gunn and Fred started dating, but was still drawn to her.

Near the end of her relationship with Gunn, Fred and Wesley shared a kiss, but after discovering that Wesley had been in a relationship—albeit a rather complex one—with Lilah Morgan , her feelings for Wesley cooled.

Eventually, Fred discovered that it was actually her former professor's fault that she had been trapped in Pylea, and indeed, Professor Seidel had attempted to trap her in another world again.

Furious, she plotted to kill him, with Wesley's help. Gunn, however, felt that such a brutal act, even against Seidel, would ultimately destroy her as a result.

In a battle where she was trying to trap him in a hell dimension, Gunn snapped Seidel's neck himself and dropped the body into the portal.

Unfortunately, this caused a rift between Fred and Gunn and ultimately ended their relationship. Later on, when Jasmine came to the mortal realm and put everyone under her thrall, Fred inadvertently managed to break free of the mental brainwashing while cleaning Jasmine's blood-stained blouse; Fred apparently scrubbed it so hard that her fingers bled, resulting in her blood coming in contact with Jasmine's and breaking the spell.

Unfortunately, she ended up in a similar situation as Pylea: alone and fighting against a population that wanted her dead. Eventually, she managed to free Angel from the thrall as well by shooting through Jasmine and hitting Angel, thus exposing the vampire to Jasmine's blood.

After the two escaped, she broke down, tearfully remarking that she was scared and not a champion like Angel, though Angel comforted her and insisted otherwise. Later, the two freed the rest of Angel Investigations, sans Connor , and Fred helped participate in the battle against Jasmine's followers, led by Connor.

A spell removed all of her memories of Angel's son, Connor. She was a major asset to the team. Angel consistently relied on her department to quickly and efficiently solve problems.

At this time, Fred was concentred to help to materialize the new member, a ghostly Spike. During a mission paired with Wesley, she was almost killed by Emil 's henchmen.

Angel blame Wesley for it. After going on a few dates with co-worker Knox , Fred began to have feelings for Wesley again.

The two paired up for about a week, but the couple's happiness was not to last. A mysterious sarcophagus , allowed through customs by a signature from Gunn, appeared in the lab. As Fred examined it, a hole opened in the cover and a blast of wind blew into her face.

The sarcophagus was a holding cell for one of the original, pure-breed demons known as the Old Ones , which was predestined to rise again. The air Fred inhaled was actually Illyria's essence, which immediately began a parasitic existence in her body, eating away at it and making her a shell.

Because of his affections for Fred, he chose her as the only one "worthy" to house his goddess. As Angel and Spike traveled to England to find a cure, Wesley remained in Fred's bedroom with her, comforting her as she fought bravely, but slowly began to die.

Angel learned that the only way to save Fred was to draw Illyria back to the Deeper Well in England by using her sarcophagus as a beacon. However, thousands of others would die as Illyria's essence cut across the world back to the Well.

As much as they cared for Fred, Angel and Spike were unwilling to let such an atrocity happen and thus were forced to do nothing, knowing that Fred would not have wanted it that way.

As she lay dying, Fred's mind began to give way. Nearing the end, she panicked, stating that Feigenbaum , a stuffed rabbit named for mathematical physicist Mitchell Feigenbaum who studied chaos theory, should be there.

When Wesley asked her who Feigenbaum was, Fred replied that she did not know. Cradling her in his arms, Wesley stayed with Fred until the moment she died, after which her body was taken over by Illyria.

According to Dr. Sparrow , Fred's soul was consumed, making it impossible for her to return from the dead or enjoy an afterlife. Later, though, Illyria stated that there were remnants of Fred in the form of her memories, which were a source of confusion for Illyria.

Fred's emotions sometimes emerged in Illyria, accounting for her great affection for Wesley, Gunn and Angel. On occasion, Illyria took on the appearance of Fred in order to go about unnoticed and to deal with Fred's parents.

On another occasion, Illyria took on Fred's form to comfort the dying Wesley. On that occasion, Wesley's killer, Cyvus Vail , fooled by Fred's frail form, offered Illyria a free shot.

This proved to be his downfall as Illyria used the opportunity to shatter his head with a single punch, reverting back from Fred midway and avenging Wesley.

Although it was implied that Fred could not enjoy an afterlife, Lorne stated that she was the lucky one, because she was in heaven.

Also, when Wesley was mortally wounded by Cyvus Vail, Illyria herself said that Wesley and Fred would be together again.

Fred reappeared, manifesting as a transformation of Illyria into not just the physical appearance of Fred, but also her personality. The essences of Illyria and Fred had been struggling for dominance over their shared body and Spike had been trying to suppress Fred's manifestations, even going so far as to ask Angel for help.

He admitted that he would have kept Illyria away from the battle had he known Wesley was going to be present.

Seeing someone Fred cared for triggered the change, while dangerous situations transformed her back into Illyria. With these remnants lost, Illyria reverted to her true form.

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The ambiguous final moments left some fans hoping for the continuation of Angel and the Buffyverse in the future - hopes that came to fruition in November with the publication of the first issue of the comic book series Angel: After the Fall. Kid 1 episode, Enraged by this, Angel begins to grow darker. Chamber Maid 1 episode, Michigan J. Clerk 1 episode, Archived from the original on May 16, On another occasion, Illyria took on Fred's form to comfort the dying Wesley.

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Second Worshipper 1 episode, Who played fred on angel three group together to frsd Angel Investigationsa detective agency that hopes to "help the see more. Retrieved October 29, Spike too arrives, triumphant about who played fred on angel successful mission and hungry for further violent fighting. Jacob Visit web page 1 episode, DPReview Who played fred on angel Photography. Attempting to get away from her current memories and see more of her own world, Fred asked for Angel to take her on a trip somewhere, the two eventually taking a vacation back to Angel's original home town of Galway. During the first four seasons of the show, he works as a private detective in a fictionalized version of Los Angeleswhere he and a variety of associates work to "help the helpless" and to restore the faith and "save the souls" of those who had lost their way. Landok 5 episodes,

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