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Better With Two: The Doctor's Daughter - part 8

last chapter! sorry i took so long on this fic!!!
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Better With Two: A series of episodes from series 3 and 4 rewritten as if they had taken place during series 2.

Smith and Tyler |

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The Doctor’s Daughter: Takes place before Rise of the Cybermen.
Rated: T
Summary: The TARDIS takes the Doctor, Rose, and Mickey off to a strange planet with all its inhabitants fighting an eternal war beneath the ground. 

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 |

Part 8: The Time Lord’s Family

Rose clutched her arms, seeking warmth from the sharp wind. Before her stood a gigantic building reaching up to the sky. Must be the Temple. Rose thought to herself. She trekked across the mud covered grass until she reached what seemed to be the door. It was a large panel and as she approached it, a motion sensor seemed to kick in and the wall slid aside.

Cautiously she walked in, peering down the tunnels to see if anyone was there. Warm air met her and she let out a sigh in relief. Gradually she began to make her way through the “Temple”.  More like a spaceship, Rose mused.

As she made her way along, she heard voices up ahead. Immediately hope sparked in her and she picked up her pace. Turning a corner, a smile quickly spread across her face as she saw the person she desired to see most.

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Better with Two// Closed RP with dean-winchester-rp-blog

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Blair usually loved her job as hunting monsters and ghosts had always kept her alert and on her toes but that day she was beginning to regret her choice in career and taking over her uncle’s job, sneaking through a graveyard in the dead of night was one of the scariest things in her opinion, even after taking down dark sorcerers, demons, vampires and a poltergeist or two she still couldn’t stand burial grounds of any kind. She always went to graveyards with her uncle and now that she was on her own she only had her own thoughts to keep her busy. “Stupid creepy fucking graveyard, stupid ghost.” The young witch grumbled before finding the grave she needed and comparing the sigil on it to the one she had in her Alchemy textbook.

 “Great, now for the fun part… Digging up a grave, yippee.” Her sarcasm could be heard in her voice as she grabbed her shovel and began to dig. “I should have gotten a normal job like Arthur, but instead I chose ghost and monster hunting. Why did I have to be so stubborn with my life? I could have worked with Dragons or maybe as a city Alchemist but no I had to be a monster hunter!” Blair couldn’t help but shout before turning around and flashing her light on a man who was standing nearby as it looked like he had heard quite a bit of what she was saying. “I know this looks bad but I’m not a grave robber I swear I’m not.”

Better With Two: Smith and Tyler - part 1

“Why are we going here again?” Rose asked looking up at the building before her. “I thought we were going to go answer Mickey’s ‘I found something really weird and I think it’s aliens and you two should come right away’ request?”

“We will, in a little bit,” the Doctor leaned down next to her. “Besides, knowing Mickey, his definition of an ‘alien emergency’ could just be something rotting in his fridge.”

“Yeah, could be,” Rose laughed. “But seriously, what are we doing here?”

“I told you,” the Doctor said. “Something weird’s going on in this hospital. Plasma coils all ‘round it! Been building up for two days now, so I think we should have a look! We can just check in!”

Rose shot him a glance as he grinned and walked through the doors of the Royal Hope Hospital. Various people were sitting in the waiting area, from small children with colds to reckless teens with broken bones. Rose noticed a tall man dress in full biker gear—including a shaded helmet—standing by an elevator.

“I thought you didn’t like hospitals,” Rose murmured to the Doctor as they walked up to the hospital’s front desk.

“I don’t, and, oh!” the Doctor stopped in his tracks. “I believe I forgot the most important part when checking one’s self into a hospital.”

“What’s that?”

“An illness,” the Doctor said plainly. Clutching at his stomach, the Doctor began groaning loudly. His eyes closed and he swayed in place. Rose reached forward and caught him as his knees buckled and he fell back.

“Oh, my stomach,” the Doctor moaned leaning against her as she dragged him to the front desk.

“You are such a drama queen,” Rose whispered to him. The Doctor grunted.

“Hello, and welcome to the Royal Hope Hospital,” the receptionist said in a calm voice. “How may I help you?”

“Well, as you can see,” Rose released the Doctor and he fell against the desk much to the worker’s surprise. “My mate here isn’t feeling well. He says it’s something with his stomach. I think he must’ve eaten something bad or something.”

“I feel terrible,” the Doctor groaned lifting his head up slightly with a pouting face. He looked absolutely ridiculous. His skin seemed to have turned an unflattering shade of green and beads of sweet had begun to form on his brow.  Rose brought a hand to her mouth to keep from laughing out loud.

“Yes,” the receptionist said slowly. “I see. Why don’t you go sit in the waiting room, and we’ll have someone get you a wheelchair.”

 “Thank you,” Rose smiled and pulled the Doctor off the desk and over to the waiting area, the Time Lord groaning and leaning against her the whole way.

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Better With Two: Smith and Tyler - part 2

“Looks as if you’ve got visitors,” Rose whispered to the Doctor. The Time Lord sat up in his bed and looked out expectantly as Dr. Stoker and a mass of medical students walked into the room. It was early morning at the hospital, and Rose had already gone back to the TARDIS to wash and dress herself. Presently, she sat in her chair beside the Doctor.

Dr. Stoker came up to the two time travelers and pushed aside one of the curtain walls.

“Now then, Mr. Smith, a very good morning to you,” the man said with a smile. “How are you today?”

“Oh, not so bad,” the Doctor cocked his head. “Still a bit, you know, blah.”

The Doctor pulled a face and stuck his tongue out when described how he was feeling, making Rose giggle softly.

“John Smith, admitted yesterday with severe abdominal pains,” Dr. Stoker told his students. The youths began writing down information on there clipboards as the man talked. Even though the Doctor had used the name before, Rose still got a little confused when Stoker called him John Smith.

“Jones,” Stoker turned to a young woman standing next to him. “Why don’t you see what you can find? Amaze me.”

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Better With Two: The Doctor's Daughter - part 4

The Doctor walked into the cell, taking off his long coat as he did. It wasn’t a very big cell, but not exactly small either. It seemed to be just a broken down room that the soldiers had placed bars over to keep the “pacifists”. Dirty brown walls and a dust bench resided there. Not exactly the most comfortable situation.

“More numbers,” Mickey said looking up at a plaque above the cell door. “They’ve got to mean something.”

“Makes as much sense as the Breath of Life story,” the Doctor mumbled sitting down on the bench.

“You mean that’s not true?” Jenny asked him with an astonished look.

“No, it’s a myth,” Mickey went and plopped down on the bench beside the Doctor. “Isn’t it, Doctor?”

“Yes,” the Doctor glanced at him. “But there could still be something real in that temple. Something that’s become a myth. A piece of technology, a weapon.”

“So the Source could be a weapon and we’ve just given directions to Captain Nutjob?”

“Oh, yes,” the Doctor leaned back against the wall with an irritated sigh.

“Not good, is it?” Mickey said.

“That’s why we need to get out of here,” the Doctor’s tone was serious. “Find Rose and—”

“You seem to be very fond of this Rose girl,” Jenny interrupted him. He raised his head and stared at her as she continued. “Always about her isn’t it? Is she your girlfriend or something?”

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Better With Two: The Doctor's Daughter - part 1

Hey! I’m not actually finished with this yet, but you guys can have the first part! I don’t know when I’ll get the next chapter up, but I’ll try to make it soon! Thanks for reading!
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Better With Two: A series of episodes from series 3 and 4 rewritten as if they had taken place during series 2.

Smith and Tyler |

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The Doctor’s Daughter: Takes place before Rise of the Cybermen.
Rated: T
Summary: The TARDIS takes the Doctor, Rose, and Mickey off to a strange planet with all its inhabitants fighting an eternal war beneath the ground. 

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8

Part 1: The Doctor’s Daughter

The TARDIS gave a massive shudder, knocking its crew off-balance. Rose let out a small scream and clutched the main console holding on to anything she could reach. Mickey and the Doctor were doing the same beside her, but the Doctor grappled with the controls as he held on.

“What the hell is she doing?” Rose yelled over to him across the loud grinding of the time rotor.

“The control’s not working!” he growled attempting to turn one of the cranks on the side. The main console groaned in protest, and sparks sprouted beside the crank.

“What do you mean they’re not working?!” Mickey panicked, clinging on to the computer screen for dear life. “They always work for you!”

“I don’t know what happened!” he yelled back, grappling with a few more controls. “One minute we’re on course to Ardiadad, then BAM! Controls ka-put and we’re going who knows where!” He shot Rose a grin. “Kind of exciting, don’t you think?”

“You are completely impossible!” she growled but smiled still as the TARDIS lurched again.

“Not impossible. Just,” he paused as the TARDIS groaned. “A bit unlikely!”

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Better With Two: The Doctor’s Daughter - part 7

omg look, I FINALLY UPDATED!!!!! i’m so so sorry for taking forever on this. but i actually am almost done, so expect another chapter in a few days!
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Better With Two: A series of episodes from series 3 and 4 rewritten as if they had taken place during series 2.

Smith and Tyler |

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The Doctor’s Daughter: Takes place before Rise of the Cybermen.
Rated: T
Summary: The TARDIS takes the Doctor, Rose, and Mickey off to a strange planet with all its inhabitants fighting an eternal war beneath the ground. 

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8

Part 7: Seven Days

The Doctor, Jenny, and Mickey continued through the corridor, steadily getting closer to the Source. They walked in silence for a while before, once again, the subject of Rose and the Doctor’s relationship was brought up.

“So, you and mum travel together,” Jenny spoke up. “But yet you say, you’re not together.

“Because we’re not,” the Doctor said. “We’re friends, that’s all.”

“Right,” Mickey smirked. “You guys just can’t go out and just say you’re ‘more than friends’. Is it because you’re not the same species? Are there laws against it?”

“Mickey, I have half a mind to drop you off in a black hole once we get back to the TARDIS,” the Doctor gave him a glare. In return, Mickey put his hands up in mock surrender and smiled idiotically.

“So what’s it like, the traveling?” Jenny asked after a giggle.

“Oh, never a dull moment,” Mickey replied. “It can be terrifying, brilliant and funny, sometimes all at the same time. I’ve only been here a bit, but Rose said she’s seen some amazing things. Whole new worlds!”

“I’d love to see new worlds,” Jenny said blissfully.

“You will!” Mickey said. “Won’t she, Doctor?”

“Hm?” he turned back to look at them, his gaze flicking up from the semi-transparent map in his hands.

“Do you think Jenny will see any new worlds?”

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Better With Two: Smith and Tyler - part 5

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Better With Two: A series of episodes from series 3 and 4 rewritten as if they had taken place during series 2.
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Smith and Tyler: Takes place before School Reunion.
Rated: K+
Summary: Before going to aid Mickey in his hunch of aliens taking over an elementary school, the Doctor and Rose go to investigate a large hospital with an unusual reading of suspicious alien activity.

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6

Part 5: The Doctor’s Demise

The Doctor tore down the halls, following the signs leading to the MRI room. Lights flashed from a room to his left and he changed his course in its direction. Stopping at the entrance, he pushed open the door and slowly walked in the room. An MRI scanner sat attached to the wall, energy dancing over its metal frame. Across the room, Miss Finnegan worked the controls to the machine, flipping switches and turning knobs expertly. On the back of her hand, a giant black X was plainly visible.

“Have you seen?” the Doctor said loudly pointing toward the door, making Miss Finnegan turn in his direction. “There are these things! These great big space rhino things! I mean rhinos, from space! And we’re on the moon! Great big space rhinos with guns on the moon!”

Miss Finnegan turned away and started to resume her work on the MRI machine. The Doctor continued to make a fuss.

“I only came in for my bunions, look!”  the Doctor picked up one of his bare feet and rubbed it. “I mean, all fixed now. Perfectly good treatment. The nurses were lovely. I said to my wife, Rose, er,“ he stammered a bit. "Well, I said I’d recommend this place to anyone, but then we end up on the moon! And, did I mention the rhinos!”

Miss Finnegan turned her attention to the Doctor, glaring at him with icy blue eyes. The Doctor frowned at her, playing the part of the scared patient.

“Hold him,” Miss Finnegan hissed. From behind a curtain, her Slab walked out and gripped the Doctor’s arm holding them behind his back. The Doctor’s eyes widened and he stared at Miss Finnegan with mock fear.

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Better With Two: Smith and Tyler - part 4

Rose ran into the hall casting a glance over her shoulder as the two bikers ran after her. Turning her head back she saw the Doctor come out of the computer lab and she ran over to him.

“I’ve restored the back up,” he said with a grunt as he caught her in his arms, slowing her down.

“I’ve found her,” Rose gasped.

“You did what?”

A crash sounded behind them as the motorcycle men kicked down Dr. Stoker’s door. The pushed patients out of the way and ran in the two’s direction.

“Run!” the Doctor yelled and grabbed Rose’s hand. They tore down the hall with the two aliens chasing after them. The Doctor pushed open the door to the stairs and jumped down them two at a time. He was about to turn down another flight when he skidded to a halt. Judoon were marching up the stairs toward them. The Doctor grabbed Rose and pulled her away, pushing her out another door.

As they ran down an empty corridor, the Doctor shot quick glances behind him and noticed that only one of the biker men following them.  Turning a corner, he skidded on the floor and put a hand against the wall to stop him from colliding with it. Rose ran beside him gasping for breath.

The Doctor turned and caught Rose pushing her down another hall and in front of him. The alien still chased after them, not seeming to tire. The Doctor opened a door in the hall and ushered Rose inside. Quickly he slammed the door in the biker’s face and soniced the lock.

Rose was breathing heavily, gulping in as much air as she could. They were in a radiology room, with an x-ray machine in the center. The Doctor ran up beside her and ushered her behind the radiation screen.

“When I say now, press the button!” he called running over the x-ray machine.

“But I don’t know which one!” Rose gasped.

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Better With Two: Smith and Tyler - part 6

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Better With Two: A series of episodes from series 3 and 4 rewritten as if they had taken place during series 2.
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Smith and Tyler: Takes place before School Reunion.
Rated: K+
Summary: Before going to aid Mickey in his hunch of aliens taking over an elementary school, the Doctor and Rose go to investigate a large hospital with an unusual reading of suspicious alien activity.

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6

Part 6: Change of Plans

Rose blinked open her eyes to find the Doctor grinning down at her. She shook her head slightly and propped herself up from hospital bed she was lying on. The Doctor was sitting beside her, having adorned his long coat and had a new pair of trainers on his feet.

“Welcome back,” he said gleefully.

“Hello,” Rose smiled.

“Hello!”

“Are be back on Earth?” Rose looked out a window to her left, seeing sunlight streaming in.

“Yup,” he nodded, popping the ‘p’. Standing up, he offered Rose a hand and helped her up from the bed.

“But how? The scanner was—”

“Not to worry,” he interrupted her as they began walking through the hospital. “I got it all sorted out. Simply unplugged the machine, then the Judoon reversed the H2O scoop sending the hospital back. You sort of fainted, so I just carried you to this bed here, and now you’re awake!”

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Better With Two: The Doctor's Daughter - part 6

so after getting that ask, i got a little inspiration, so next part! thanks for all the support. it really does help.
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Better With Two: A series of episodes from series 3 and 4 rewritten as if they had taken place during series 2.

Smith and Tyler |

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The Doctor’s Daughter: Takes place before Rise of the Cybermen.
Rated: T
Summary: The TARDIS takes the Doctor, Rose, and Mickey off to a strange planet with all its inhabitants fighting an eternal war beneath the ground. 

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8

Part 6: Of Mice and Men

The Doctor made his way down the tunnel with Jenny and Mickey following. His eyes were fixed on the semi-transparent map in his hands that he’d snatched from the guard. They’d been making their way along the tunnels, turning this way and that, the Doctor leading them all the while. Mickey and Jenny had been getting along quite well. It seemed every few seconds one of them would be throwing quips—mostly about Rose and the Doctor’s relationship, much to his dismay. They were laughing currently, with Mickey’s arms around Jenny’s shoulder as they giggled madly.

“Wait!” the Doctor called out and stopped putting up a hand. Jenny and Mickey attempted to stifle their giggles as the Doctor turned to them.

“Are you quite finished?” he growled glaring at them. “Cos we’ve got other stuff to do now other than laughing.”

“Like finding mum?” Jenny smiled sweetly at him.

“For the last time,” the Doctor brought a hand to his face and rubbed his eyes. “She’s not your mother.”

“You better listen to your Dad, Jenny,” Mickey snickered. “He can get very annoying when he’s cross.”

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Better With Two: The Doctor's Daughter - part 3

The Doctor made his way through the tunnel following the two soldiers and Mickey. They seemed to be heading deeper into earth, the tunnel leading them towards the main encampment. Normally, the Doctor would have been fascinated with going to new places, but not now. Now he was agitated, looking for a way to get back to the tunnel and racking his brain for a solution to get through the debris. Every thought was on how to find Rose. What if she’s hurt? Or the Hath have taken her prisoner?  He shook his head. It would do him no good to think about that. He just had to hope.

“I’m Mickey,” the man’s voice brought the Doctor’s attention back to the earth, well, below the earth. “What’s your name?”

“Don’t know,” the girl answered him as they walked along. “It’s not been assigned.”

“Well, if you don’t know that,” Mickey said. “Then what do you know?”

“How to fight?” the girl ventured.

“Nothing else?”

“The machine must embed military history and tactics,” the Doctor spoke into their conversation. “But no name. She’s a generated anomaly.”

“Generated anomaly,” Mickey frowned and looked the girl up and down. “Generated… Well, what about that? Jenny!”

“Jenny?” the girl smiled as the troop descended a flight of stairs. “Yeah, I like that. Jenny.”

“What do you think, Dad?” Mickey grinned goofily at the Doctor.

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