Buffy really didn't know how to handle being in a world that was over powered seemingly by vampires and she couldn't slay a single one. They all seemed to have souls or something like Angel that made them not the killing sort. Some were even amusing, like the blond girl Caroline. That didn't mean however that Buffy was ready to entirely let her guard down and become besties with the local fanged populous. She was still the Slayer, and still every ounce of her slayer senses were going wild It wasn't the most fun sensation ever.
And then their was Dawn. Buffy really didn't know what to do about that, if she should do anything at all. From what she understood there were different worlds, and that girl had a different sister that wasn't her either. Did she step over those lines and try to get to know her anyway? Or did she back off and let Dawn contact her. Right now she was at the later phase. The girl seemed young, she didn't want to scare her off or upset her. That really wasn't Buffy's goal.
Had their been an evil to fight, at least Buffy would have known how to deal with it. Emotions were an evil she wasn't all that good at handling. See: the dead Master's bones. Oh wait, couldn't. They'd been pounded into dust. There was nothing to pound. The seal didn't have a face, it was some sort of corporeal thing from what she understood and that was just annoying. Nothing to hit in the face for kidnapping her.
At the very least she was used to small towns thanks to Sunnydale not being the worlds largest. She'd moved from big city L.A. to it, but had copped. She would here in Kansas as well given a little time and care.
"Hey Cordelia." That sounded so strange off her tongue. She didn't even know how to react if she were honest. "I can't even remember the last time I even had a Frappichino.." She said awkwardly trying to make with the small tak.