Last of Her Kind @rainbowhairedgirl
Chapter 11

Authoress Note: Welcome to the 11th chapter of The Last of Her Kind. I was excited to get this next chapter written because it reveals everything in the end. I just couldn't wait. I know that it is probably a bit too soon to have this chapter up. I couldn't help it. I wanted to get this chapter up as soon as I could. I was excited to write this and now here it is. The chapter that all of you probably have been waiting for. And it is finally here. Surprises popping up in this Sigma finally finds out who Gwendalyn McBride really truly is. Is she his lost love from Helmos or someone else? Also the shipping name is Time Witch. I am happy to present Chapter 11 of The Last of Her Kind. Allons-y!

Chapter 11

To Save The Woman He Loves

The two of them were chained up. The Doctor's shirt was removed and Gwendalyn's shirt was gone as well leaving her in just her sports bra that she had been wearing underneath it.

"Let us go you monster." Gwendalyn shouted outraged.

Van Statten smirked at them. "Now, smile."

A painful laser scan ran down Gwendalyn's body.

"Leave her alone!" The Doctor shouted over Gwendalyn's screams. He never wanted to hear her scream. He had promised that he would protect her.

Van Statten's eyes widened with what he had seen. "A glowing heart. Wow you are rare." He said looking at the woman.

Gwendalyn panted from the pain that she was in. "Go to hell you bastard." She hissed out.

He then turned his attention to the Doctor. "Now, smile!" He said with a sickening smile. He scanned the Doctor's body as well.

The Doctor screamed in shock that Van Statten would do such a thing to the both of them all because they were aliens. Not like him at all.

"Two hearts! Binary vascular system. Oh, I am so going to patent this." Van Statten said with glee. He had hit the jackpot with these two.

"So, that's your secret. You don't just collect this stuff, you scavenge it." The Doctor panted out through the pain that was still washing through him from the terrible thing that he had just gone through.

"This technology has been falling to Earth for centuries. All it took was the right mind to use it properly. Oh, the advances I've made from alien junk. You have no idea, Doctor. Broadband? Rosewell. Just last year my scientist cultivated bacteria from the Russian crater, and do you know what we found? The cure for the common cold. Kept it strictly within the laboratory of course. No need to get people excited. Why sell one cure when I can sell a thousand palliatives?"

"And it is wrong for that." Gwendalyn growled out. Her blue eyes were narrowed. "You have no idea what you are doing. How dangerous what you are doing is." She was trying to make him see what he was doing wrong.

"Do you know what a Dalek is, Van Statten?" The Doctor asked as his tone turned serious.

"How dangerous are they?" Gwendalyn said softly. Her head lolled to the side a little bit. She was still hurting from the laser light that had been sent through her body. She never wanted to feel pain like that ever again. It was painful enough and her body screaming in protest was well something that she didn't like.

"A Dalek is honest. It does what it was born to do for the survival of its species. That creature in your dungeon is better than you." The Doctor said coldly. He was stating the truth.

"In that case, I will be true to myself and continue." Van Statten said like there was nothing wrong with what he was doing.

"Listen to him!" Gwendalyn said in a panic. She couldn't understand why a man was so dense. Not listening to a warning that the Doctor was giving.

"That thing down stairs is going to kill every last one of us!" The Doctor said, his eyes going wide. He couldn't allow such death and carnage.

"Nothing can escape the Cage." He said as he sent another laser blast through him causing him to scream.

"Stop it!" Gwendalyn shouted. "Stop it stop it stop it!" She tugged against the chains that she was in. She couldn't break herself free from them. She had to think it had something to do with the collar that she now had around her neck. She knew what the collar was. It was stopping her from using her magic. She wasn't even sure of how Van Statten had even got it onto her without her knowing.

"But it's woken up. It knows I'm here. It's going to get out. Van Statten, I swear, no one on this base is safe. No one on this planet." The Doctor pleaded with the man.

Van Statten had a sickening smile on his face. He was going to make the Doctor suffer. He turned the machine towards Gwendalyn and ran the laser scan on her again.

Gwendalyn thrashed against her manacles screaming in pain. Tears came from her eyes.

The Doctor felt something snap in him. He thrashed against his manacles trying to get to her. He never wanted to see tears come from her eyes. "Stop! She didn't do anything wrong!" He shouted. He was failing Gwendalyn. He had promised her that he wouldn't allow any harm to come to her. He wanted to keep her safe and he could do nothing at that moment since he was in shackles as much as she was. He couldn't even protect her. He should have never tried to promise her that nothing bad would ever happen to her.

Van Statten kept using it on her causing beautiful screams to rip from her throat. He was ignoring the Doctor's yelling pleas of him to stop torturing her.

"Condition red! Condition red! I repeat, this is not a drill!" A guard's voice rang out over the intercom.

The Doctor looked at him. "Release us if you want to live." He told Van Statten in a voice that would cause any man to shake in his own boots. It was something that he was noted to do to get someone to cave.

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The Doctor and Gwendalyn were back in their normal clothes. Gwendalyn forgone the red coat that she wore. The two of them were more focused on the screen that was before them.

"You've got to keep it in that cell." The Doctor told them. He wouldn't dare think of what would happen if the Dalek had gotten out of the cage. He couldn't bring himself to think of that.

"Doctor, it's all my fault." Rose told him.

Gwendalyn rolled her eyes. "How stupid could you be Rose? Don't you know what that thing is? It is a dangerous creature. It should've died." How could Rose think that the Dalek was an innocent creature? She couldn't even understand why Rose would even go to the cage that it was held in.

"And you would be willing to give it death?" Rose demanded.

Gwendalyn crossed her arms. "Of course. That creature is the reason why my race is dead and I am the only one left of my kind and the same reason for the Doctor's. You thought of saving it. That was not a smart move. It kills people."

Rose huffed and crossed her arms. She didn't like getting the third degree from Gwendalyn.

"I've sealed the compartment. It can't get out, that lock's got a billion combinations." The guard said.

Gwendalyn rubbed her face. She knew that wasn't going to work.

"A Dalek's a genius. It can calculate a thousand billion combinations in one second flat." The Doctor told the guard.

Guns began to fire on the Dalek that had gotten out of the cage.

"Stop it, it won't work." Gwendalyn shouted. Gun fire would not help them get out of there.

"Don't shoot it! I want it unharmed." Van Statten told them.

"Rose, get out of there!" The Doctor ordered her.

Gwendalyn went towards the door.

"Where are you going?" The Doctor asked in concern. He didn't want Gwendalyn to leave.

"We promised her mother that we would keep her safe." Gwendalyn said looking at him. She wasn't about to allow the human girl that the Doctor brought with them come into this problem. She wasn't about to allow Rose to see her own death.

The Doctor moved towards her and pulled her into his arms. "Promise me you will be careful."

"I will." She said softly resting her head against his chest. She listened to the soothing beat of his dual hearts. Trying to get herself to relax before she went down to go and find Rose.

"Come back once you find Rose." He told her softly. He moved her bangs away from her eyes.

"I will." She said, pulling away from him. She looked into his blue eyes. She saw the fear in them. The worry that he held. He was concerned about her and what would happen to Rose and herself.

"How can I contact you?"

"Mind." She said before running out the door. She needed to find Rose and fast before that angry pepper pot found Rose and killed her. She was going to give Rose a piece of her mind once she got there to the young blonde haired companion. She couldn't believe that Rose thought that the Dalek was an innocent creature when it wasn't.

DWDWDW

Gwendalyn stopped when she saw that they were on the stairs.

"Great big alien death machine defeated by a flight of stairs." The young man said.

"Come on!" Gwendalyn shouted to them.

Rose looked up at her.

"Now listen to me." The woman said. "I demand that you return to your cage. IF you want to negotiate then I can guarantee that Mister Van Statten will be willing to talk. I accept that we imprisoned you and maybe that was wrong, but people have died, and that stops right now. The killing stopped. Have you got that? I demand that you surrender. Is that clear?"

Gwendalyn's heart pounded in her chest. She felt cold and clammy. She was facing one of the most disliked aliens of all time. The only one to ever rage war against two races at once. She knew what it could do. "Come on!" She shouted again. She was trying to get them to move quickly. She needed them to follow her. She was on the next landing up. She couldn't even bring herself to get down to the level that they were on. Not with how bad her legs were shaking.

"Elevate." The Dalek said elevating and gliding up the stairs.

"Oh my god." Rose said in shock.

"Get your asses moving now." Gwendalyn shouted.

"Adam got her out of here." The woman told the young man.

"Come with us. You can stop it." Rose pleaded with the woman.

"Someone's got to try. Now get out. Don't look back. Just run."

"Do as she says Rose and move it." Gwendalyn shouted. Her fear wouldn't allow her to even go down the stairs. She couldn't bring herself face to face with the Dalek. She bit her lip. She was hoping that Rose would listen to her.

"Witch." The Dalek said now knowing that she was there. "Exterminate. Exterminate."

Gwendalyn gasped. The Dalek now knew she was alive and would be coming to kill her.

Rose and Adam ran up the stairs meeting up at the platform that Gwendalyn was on.

"Gwendalyn?" Rose asked looking at the black haired woman.

"Come on. There is nothing we can do." She told Rose. She moved up the stairs.

The three of them began to run.

"Who's bright idea was it to go into the cage?" Gwendalyn demanded as the two of them ran.

"Rose saw that you nor the Doctor was there." Adam told her.

Gwendalyn rolled her eyes. "And you just let her in there."

"It was suffering." Rose shouted.

"And now it is going to kill us all." Gwendalyn shouted. "And it now knows I am here." Gwendalyn swallowed the lump that had formed in her throat.

The three of them made it to the loading bay.

"Hold your fire!" The commander yelled. "You three get the hell out of there."

"You heard him let's go." Gwendalyn said, making sure that the two of them were ahead of her.

They got out of the bay.

Rose stopped and looked back. She could have sworn that it was looking at her. "It was looking at me."

"It is only looking at you because you are a target." Gwendalyn snapped. "Come on.

"It wants to slaughter us." Adam told Rose.

"I know, but it was looking right at me."

"So? It's just a sort of metal eye thing. It's looking all around."

"I don't know. It's like there's something inside, looking at me, like, like it knows me."

"Did you touch it Rose?" Gwendalyn asked.

Rose looked at Gwendalyn like she had gone insane.

"Did you touch it?" Gwendalyn asked, grabbing onto Rose. "Did you touch it with your bare hand?" Gwendalyn felt her heart race. She couldn't allow her fear to get the best of her. Not now. Not when she had two people in her care. She needed to know if Rose had touched it.

"I swear it was an accident." Rose said softly. "I never meant for this to happen."

"I know accidents happen, but this creature is not weak and innocent. It is dangerous. It kills with no mercy. No one will be as perfect as it is in its eyes." Gwendalyn closed her eyes and let out a shaky breath. "Come on. We got to keep moving. The Dalek won't stop. Not until everything is destroyed. That is including the Doctor and myself. More so him and myself since we are enemies."

They started to run again. The two teens had to listen to what Gwendalyn was telling them. They knew what Gwendalyn had said was true. A creature that wouldn't stop until everything was destroyed in its path.

"Are you really an enemy of the Dalek?" Rose asked.

Gwendalyn looked back at the blonde as they ran up a flight of stairs. "Yes, I am. The Dalek race was scared of what we could do. So they destroyed us. Every single one of us."

Rose bit her lip as they ran. This really concerned her. This woman that was trying to save them was an enemy of the Dalek. What made the Dalek so afraid of the Doctor and Gwendalyn? "Gwendalyn are you scared of the Dalek?"

Gwendalyn stumbled up the last two stairs. Her eyes widened in fear. "Yes, does that answer your question?"

"Why?"

"There are many things that you don't know, Rose Tyler. Many things that you don't understand. There are a lot of things that you don't know about me or the Doctor. How much death we have seen in our lives." Gwendalyn said as they hit another set of stairs. "I have seen the deaths of the royal family of my planet."

"Did any of them survive?" Rose asked looking at the back of the woman.

"Yes."

"Who?" Rose asked curiously.

Gwendalyn doesn't say who lived. She doesn't want to tell Rose who lived. Not even the Doctor knew the truth. He didn't know that someone from the royal family had lived. She couldn't let anyone know the truth. Not yet. She wasn't ready. "Come on. We got to keep moving."

Rose's cell phone rang. Rose picked it up. "This isn't the best time." Rose said into her phone. She quickly puts it onto speakerphone.

"Where are you?" The Doctor asked about as calmly as he could.

"Level 49." Rose quickly said as they ran.

"You've got to keep moving. The vault's being sealed off up at level 46."

"What?" Gwendalyn shouted as she lightly pushed Rose up the stairs.

"Can't you keep them from closing?" Rose asked hopeful that he would be able to stop them from being closed.

"I'm the one who's closing them. I can't wait and I can't help you. Now for God's sake, run."

"We are running Doctor." Gwendalyn told him.

"Please tell me that the Dalek doesn't know you are alive." The Doctor pleaded with Gwendalyn.

Gwendalyn nervously bit her lip and tried not to stumble up the stairs. "Yeah too late on that one. It saw me. It knows I am alive." Her voice was coming out in a jumble. She was panicking.

"Don't panic." The Doctor told her. "Just keep running. I can't keep them open forever." He told her softly. His voice was laced over with concern.

"We're nearly there. Give us two seconds." Rose told him.

"Doctor, I can't sustain the power. The whole system is failing. Doctor, you've got to close the bulkheads." Van Statten told him.

"Doctor." Gwendalyn called to him.

"What?"

"Do it." She said swallowing the lump that was forming in her throat again. She knew what would happen if he didn't do it. The Dalek would get out and there would be death and carnage. And there was a slim chance that she could get caught in the crossfire of the bulkhead closing. She was thinking of those lives that had yet to be lived.

"I can't."

Gwendalyn felt tears come to her eyes. "Just do it."

"Make sure that you and Rose get out of there then."

"I will try my best Doctor."

"I'm sorry." He told her.

"Don't be. This has to be done."

Adam looked back. "Come on!" He called the two of them. He rolled under the bulkhead with eighteen inches to spare.

Gwendalyn and Rose ran right into it. They didn't make it.

Gwendalyn put a shaky hand against the bulkhead that had separated them from life and death. Sadly they were on the death side of things now. She closed her eyes. Tears began to fall from her eyes. She looked at Rose. "I am sorry." She said softly.

"It's not your fault." Rose said softly.

"But it is. I promised. I promised. I promised the Doctor that I would get you out of here and look where we are."

Rose looked at the woman sadly. She knew that she had promised.

"And never in my life have I broken a promise to him."

"Rose, Gwendalyn. Where are you? Rose, Gwendalyn. Did you two make it?" The Doctor asked frantically. He wanted to know if they were alright.

"Sorry." Rose said softly.

"We were a bit slow." Gwendalyn said resting her hand against the door. She took a shallow breath.

The Dalek that was chasing them turned the corner.

"See you, then Doctor." Rose said softly.

"This isn't your fault Doctor. Remember that, alright? This was not your fault." Gwendalyn said softly. She swallowed the lump that had formed in her throat. "I am sorry."

"For what Gwendalyn?" The Doctor asked sadly. His voice sounded strained.

"That I couldn't have travelled with you sooner." She said softly. A small sad smile was on her face. "But I am glad that I found you. I wouldn't have missed this for the world."

"I wouldn't have missed it for the world either." Rose said softly.

"Exterminate!" The Dalek yelled, shooting a beam towards them, missing them and hitting Rose's phone.

Gwendalyn looked at the Dalek in fear. She had felt this way before when she had stood before a Dalek who had killed the King right in front of her. He had protected her. A friend of hers had died as well trying to protect her from death as well. She would never forget her best friend. A warrior witch, the only female warrior that had ever become a soldier of the planet.

Rose looked at the shock of what was left of her cell phone. The Dalek had shot it instead of killing them. "Go on then, kill us. Why're you doing this?"

"Rose don't." Gwendalyn said softly.

"I am armed. I will kill. It is my purpose."

"They're all dead because of you." Rose said to the Dalek.

"They are dead because of us."

"And now what? What're you waiting for?"

"I feel your fear."

"What do you expect?"

"Daleks do not fear. Must not fear." The Dalek shoots at them.

Gwendalyn shoved Rose behind her trying to protect her. At least she would go down with a fight and wouldn't allow Rose to be killed by this creature.

"You gave me life. What else have you given me? I am contaminated." It shouted.

"Contaminated? She gave you life. More like you stole her DNA when you touched her."

The Dalek's eyepiece landed on her. "Exterminate!" It fired again, missing Gwendalyn.

Gwendalyn shrieked ducking from the blast. Her breathing became labored. She tried to be brave, but this wasn't working at this time. She couldn't be brave. She was a coward. A coward who had gotten away years ago when her planet was destroyed. She had no right to even live, but now she had to suffer. She looked right at it. "Come on if you are going to kill me, then kill me!" She shouted. She really didn't want to die, but she couldn't let Rose be killed. She needed to go home and be with her mother. That was where Rose belonged. Home with her mother.

The Dalek looked at her. "He shall suffer!" The Dalek shouted.

Rose looked at Gwendalyn. "Who will suffer?"

"The Doctor shall suffer."

Gwendalyn's eyes widened. No, the Dalek couldn't have known. No, it couldn't have known the truth. There was no way that it would have known who she truly was.

The Dalek turned its attention to the camera. "Open the bulkhead or the Princess of Helmos will die." It shouted.

Gwendalyn swallowed the lump that was in her throat.

"You're both alive." The Doctor said in relief.

"Can't get rid of us yet." Rose said softly.

"I thought you both were dead."

"Open the bulkhead!" The Dalek shouted.

"Don't do it, Doctor." Gwendalyn said, pleading with him. "It will kill. What is my life really worth? Saving a billion lives against losing only one life. Then it shouldn't matter."

"But it does." He told her.

"Don't do it."

"What use are emotions if you will not save the woman you love?" The Dalek demanded.

The bulkhead opened allowing the Dalek, Rose, and Gwendalyn to walk through.

Gwendalyn closed her eyes sadly. This was something that she didn't want. She didn't want the Doctor to open the bulkhead and allow them to come through.

"I'm begging you, don't kill them. You didn't kill me or Gwendalyn." Rose pleaded with the Dalek.

"But why not? Why are you alive? My function is to kill. What am I? What am I?" It demanded as they arrived into the office.

"Don't move." Rose told Van Statten. "Don't do anything. It's beginning to question itself."

"Van Statten. You tortured me. Why?"

"I wanted to help you. I just, I don't know. I was trying to help. I thought if we could get through to you, if we could mend you. I wanted you better. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry! I swear, I just wanted you to talk!" Van Statten said as he backed himself against the wall.

"Then hear me talk now. Exterminate! Exterminate! Exterminate!"

"Don't do it!" Rose yelled causing it to look at her. "Don't kill him. You don't have to do this anymore. There must be something else, not just killing. What else is there? What do you want?"

Gwendalyn looked at Rose with fear. How did it listen to her? Was it because of the fused DNA that it had taken from Rose to heal itself? She had so many questions right now that it scared her.

"I want freedom." It told Rose.

Gwendalyn swallowed the lump in her throat. Freedom was something that the Dalek wanted. It was random.

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They had made it all the way up to level one.

The Dalek blasts a hole in the roof. Sunlight streams down to the eyepiece.

Gwendalyn closed her eyes. She hoped that she was wrong. She was second thinking herself again.

"You're out." Rose said softly. "You made it. I never thought I'd feel the sunlight again."

"How does it feel?" The Dalek asked. The Dalek opened the middle section of its armour and revealed what it looked like to Rose.

Gwendalyn looked away from the creature that was inside.

"Get out of the way." The Doctor shouts.

Gwendalyn turned sharply. A small sad smile came to her face. She moved away from the Dalek and hid behind the Doctor. Her hands gripped onto his coat.

The Doctor pointed the gun at the Dalek. "Rose, get out of the way now."

"No. I won't let you do this." Rose said softly.

"Rose, that thing is a killer." Gwendalyn said looking at Rose and not at the creature.

"It killed hundreds of people." The Doctor said looking at the young woman.

"It's not the one pointing the gun at me." Rose said scoffing.

"I've got to do this. I've got to end it. The Daleks destroyed my home, my people. I've got nothing left. It is also the same for Gwendalyn."

"Look at it." Rose demanded the Doctor.

The Doctor looked at the creature. He was surprised at what it was doing. "What's it doing?"

"It's the sunlight, that's all it wants."

"But it can't…."

"It couldn't kill Van Statten, it couldn't kill me. It couldn't kill Gwendalyn. It's changing. What about you, Doctor? What the hell are you changing into?"

"I couldn't… I wasn't… Oh, Rose." He said softly as he put the gun down. "They're all dead."

"Why do we survive?" The Dalek asked the two of them.

"I don't know." The Doctor said looking down at the ground.

"I am the last of the Daleks."

"You're not even that." The Doctor said looking at it. "Rose did more than regenerate you. You've absorbed her DNA. You're mutating."

"Into what?"

"Something new. I'm sorry."

"Isn't that better?" Rose asked, looking at him.

Gwendalyn shook her head.

"Not for a Dalek." The Doctor said, shaking his head.

"I can feel so many ideas. So much darkness. Rose, give me orders. Order me to die." The Dalek said to her.

"I can't do that."

"This is not life. This is sickness. I shall not be like you. Order my destruction! Obey! Obey! Obey!"

"Do it."

"Are you frightened, Rose Tyler?"

"Yeah." Rose said softly.

"So am I. Exterminate." It lifted up into the air and exterminated itself.

Gwendalyn let out a soft sigh.

"Let's go." The Doctor told them.

DWDWDW

"A little piece of home. Better than nothing." The Doctor said sticking his hands into his pockets.

"Is that the end of it, the Time War?" Rose asked looking at the Doctor.

Gwendalyn stuck her hands in her pockets and let out a soft sigh.

"I'm the only one left and so is Gwendalyn. We win. How about that?" The Doctor said eyeing Gwendalyn.

Gwendalyn looked down at the ground and kicked the ground a little bit.

"The Dalek survived. Maybe some of your people did too." Rose said softly. "And maybe the one that you loved too."

The Doctor shook his head. "I'd know. In here." He said pointing to his head. "Feels like there's no one."

"Well then, good thing I'm not going anywhere and same with Gwendalyn." Rose said with a smile.

"Yeah." He said with a small smile.

Adam came over to them. "We'd better get going. Van Statten's disappeared. They're closing down the base. Goddard says they're going to fill it full of cement, like it never existed."

"About time." Rose said, crossing her arms.

"I'll have to go back home."

"Better hurry up then. Next flight to Heathrow leaves at fifteen hundred hours." The Doctor said, crossing his arms.

"Adam was saying that all his life he wanted to see the stars."Rose told him.

Gwendalyn shook her head. "He only takes the best."

"Tell him to go and stand outside, then." The Doctor snapped.

"He's all on his own, Doctor, and he did help." Rose said.

"He left you down there." He pointed out.

"So did you." Rose pointed out to him. "With Gwendalyn and she was scared out of her mind."

"What're you talking about? We've got to leave." Adam said to them.

"Plus he's a bit pretty." The Doctor said, crossing his arms.

"I hadn't noticed."

"Uh huh sure you haven't." Gwendalyn said, shaking her head.

"On your own head." The Doctor said as he unlocked the Tardis.

"What are you doing? She said cement. She wasn't joking. We're going to get sealed in."

The three of them went inside.

"Doctor? What're you doing standing inside a box? Rose?" Adam came into the Tardis.

The Doctor looked at Gwendalyn. His eyes narrowed at her. "We need to talk privately."

Rose looked at the two aliens. She looked at Adam. "We should go to allow the two of them to talk."

Adam nodded his head and followed Rose out of the console room.

Gwendalyn closed her eyes. She knew what was coming.

"Why didn't you tell me that you were one of the Princesses of Helmos?" The Doctor demanded.

Gwendalyn looked at him. "I would have told you when the time was right." She told him softly. She moved away from him.

The Doctor grabbed onto her arm "Oh really now? You would have told me that one of the royals survived from your planet. You didn't tell me? You didn't think that it was wise. You didn't think that it was smart to tell me the truth?"

Gwendalyn flinched at his tone. It hurt to know that he thought the worst of her now. All because she thought he wasn't ready for the truth. "I would have told you." Gwendalyn said looking at him. "You wouldn't have believed it if I told you. All because the Dalek knew who I was, you are not questioning me." She shook her head.

"Which princess are you?" He asked in a hopeful tone. He was hoping that she was the one that he had been searching for since the war. He had been hunting since he had regenerated. He wanted to find her. He wanted to find his Artemis. The woman that he had fallen in love with years ago. In his 900 years he was hoping that he had finally found her.

Gwendalyn closed her eyes and took a breath before looking at him. It was time to tell him the truth. There was no way to beat around the bush any more. She knew that it was time that he knew the truth of who she really was and for how long that she had been hidden from him cloaking her mind so he wouldn't know who she was for the time that she was with him. She couldn't do that to him any more. She didn't care if he sent her to live on Earth for keeping the truth from him. She knew that it was time to tell him the truth. And the truth would be what he would get. "The one that you always had been looking for, Theta Sigma. I'm Artemis." She said before leaving. She couldn't bear to look at him. She knew that he was probably very upset with her that he wouldn't want to talk to her. She walked to her room.

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That is the end of Chapter 11. Finally who Gwendalyn is revealed. Let me know what you think. The next chapter will be some quality time between the Doctor and Gwendalyn. You get to see all the information that the Doctor wanted to know from her. It took me a bit to get this chapter perfect. Please let me know what you think of the little secret that Gwendalyn just told him.

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