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Hearts of The TARDIS: Part 8Chapter 8: For Whom it May ConcernHearts of The TARDIS: Part 8 by Call-mE-aNGE
I wasn’t sure what I’d been expecting. Maybe a bunch of mad people stopping me for tea? But I certainly wasn’t expecting to not run into any trouble at all. It only strengthened my belief that something was completely and terribly wrong. I wound my way through the corridor, following its twists and turns, using my ears as a guide. After a while and a few almost-breakdowns where I felt like I could have beaten the whole place down with my fists, I began to smell something. It was like the incense that my neighbor used to burn in her old apartment complex. The crazy bat had nearly killed everyone at least three times, but they let her keep doing it, goodness knows why. When I was a kid, I would go down and stand outside of the door, listening to the old woman sing. Then she’d disappeared. Abruptly and silently. She’d just gone. I wondered now if maybe the woman had been some sort of alien. It wouldn’t have been very f
Hearts of the TARDIS part 7Chapter Seven: The RiftHearts of the TARDIS part 7 by Call-mE-aNGE
"A very long time to see me? That seems a bit redundant, why not just give me a call? Mental message on the psychic would do." He said, reaching into his pocket and pulling out the wallet with the psychic paper in it. Dea waved away her guards. They bowed and left the way they'd come.
"It is not in our nature to be impatient, Doctor. We do not counteract fate."
"It wouldn't have been counteracting, just... speeding things along a bit."
"Do you know how the Time Lord race was created, Rose?" Idris asked me.
"No." I said, somewhat distracted as I went through the instructions that she'd provided for me. I was to infiltrate the Druid sanctuary and get everyone out of there safely. I was having trouble even finding the entrance to the caves.
"They were created through prolonged exposure to the Time Vortex."
"You had a similar experience."
"I died because of prolonged exposure to the Rift, if that's what you're saying."
"No, you were created due to pr
Hearts of the TARDIS part 6Chapter 6: AltairHearts of the TARDIS part 6 by Call-mE-aNGE
Under the surface of the planet Barcelona, a hidden world, a relatively unknown civilization resides. They are the Druids of Altair, who hid themselves away in the early 13th Dynasty under the psychopathic rule of the Queen Silvaris, who feared their power. Silvaris feared them and ordered their imprisonment. Once in prison, it is rumored that Silvaris would drain them of their magic--their only life source. To this day it is unknown if this is true or not, or even if the Druids existed. But what is known is that the Druids were rumored to be worse than hostile to anyone that would hinder their goals.
Or that's what Queen Silvaris would have everyone believe.
I gasped as I was shocked awake. I was in my room. My room in the TARDIS. I closed my eyes, trying to remember what was going on.
I remember Idris telling me that I was exhausted from the Rift exchange, but I'd be fine in a bit. Then I blacked out again. When I woke up, I was able to move around the TARDIS, b
Hearts of the TARDIS part 5Chapter 5:The One Who Got AwayHearts of the TARDIS part 5 by Call-mE-aNGE
All three of them turned to him, astonishment on their faces. The Doctor's eyes flashed dangerously. His heart was in his throat, and he felt like he was choking on it.
"What are you talking about Rory?" Amy asked.
"Well, I saw her. Last night. I'd forgotten about it until now. Until memory-you said something about the Bad Wolf."
"Rory, I need you to tell me exactly what you saw." The Doctor was advancing on him slowly, Rory saw anger in those eyes, and what the anger hid. Hope. He saw hope. The Doctor was hoping against hope that Rose had found a way back to him. "Rory, you had better be very, very careful about what you say next. If you even think about leaving something out, I will know." River winced at his vehemence, but she didn't intervene. She knew how important this was to the Doctor.
"I just went out to the Console Room to find the kitchens, and I saw Rose and the TARDIS-lady, Idris, talking. I heard Rose say something like: 'sorry, I still don'