Last of Her Kind @rainbowhairedgirl
Chapter 24

Authoress Note: Hello and welcome to Chapter 24. We are two chapters away from the end of this story. I have to say that this journey has been a good one. Wouldn't you? A jealous Doctor will be in this chapter and so will be an angry Gwendalyn. Also Jack is flirting. What more could any whovian want? Also Jack and the Doctor almost get into a fight. This was a little bit of a pain to write, but I got it down pat for the most part thankfully. The Parting of the Ways will be a doozy as well when I write that up. I believe that episode will be the hardest to write out of them all. It will be the saddest of them all. Without further ado chapter 24 of The Last of Her Kind. Allons-y!

Chapter 24

Trouble With Daleks Again

Gwendalyn let out a sigh.

"You're still bothered, are you honey?" The woman who had found her asked.

"Yes… I just want to find my friends."

"Perhaps if you win and if they win you'll be able to get out of here."

"I can only hope." Gwendalyn said softly.

"You miss that man of yours don't you?"

"Yes... " Gwendalyn shook her head. "He's my best friend. I promised that I would be with him always and he promised me that he wouldn't let anything happen to me."

The woman let out a soft sigh. "Now I wish I had a friend like that. Honey you're really lucky to have someone like that."

Gwendalyn looked down at her hands. She knew that she was lucky to have a friend like that. But to her he was more than her friend. More than a best friend too. She loved him. Loved him more than her own life. She had to find a way to find him and find him quickly.

Robert came towards them. He was tall, had brown hair and blue eyes. He was handsome, but in Gwendalyn's eyes he was a creeper. Nothing could compare to her Doctor. "Gwendalyn." He said in an Irish accent that could make any girl swoon.

Gwendalyn looked at him. "Yes?" She asked swallowing the lump that had formed in her throat. What could he want?

"Care to come with me? I need to speak with you privately."

"Go on. We will catch up later." The woman who had found her said with a smile.

Gwendalyn wasn't sure of what to do. She was scared of going with this man, but perhaps he would be her way out of here. She got up and followed him.


"Hold on. I've been here before. This is Satellite Five. No guards. That makes a change. You'd think a big business like Satellite Five would be armed to the teeth." The Doctor said looking around. He opened the door and the two of them went through it.

"No one's called it Satellite Five in ages. It's the Game Station now. Hasn't been Satellite Five in about a hundred years." Lynda told him the horrid truth.

"A hundred years exactly. It's the year two zero zero one zero zero. I was here before, Floor one three nine. The satellite was broadcasting news channels back then. Had a bit of trouble upstairs. Nothing too serious. Easy. Gave them a hand, home in time for tea." The Doctor said, shaking his head.

"A hundred years ago? What, you were here a hundred years ago?" Lynda asked in surprise.


"You're looking good on it."

"I moisturise. Funny sorts of readings. All kinds of energy. The place is humming. It's weird. This goes way beyond normal transmissions. What would they need all that power for?" The Doctor asked as he scanned everything with his screwdriver.

"I don't know. I think we're the first ever contestants to get outside." Lynda told him.

"I had three friends travelling with me. They must've gotten caught up in the same transmat. Where would they be?"

"I don't know. They could be allocated anywhere. There's a hundred different games."

"Like what?"

"Well, there's ten floors of Big Brother. There's a different House behind each of those doors. And then beyond that, there's all sorts of shows. It's non stop. There's Call My Bluff, with real guns, Countdown, where you've got thirty seconds to stop the bomb going off. Ground force, which is a nasty one. You get turned into compost. Er, Wipeout, which speaks for itself. Oh, and Stars in Their Eyes. Literally, stars in their eyes. If you don't sing, you get blinded."

"And you watch this stuff?"

"Everyone does. How come you don't?"

"Never paid for my licence."

"Oh, my God. You'd get executed for that."

"Let them try."

"You keep saying things that don't make sense. Who are you though, Doctor, really?"

"It doesn't matter."

"Well, it does to me. I've just put my life in your hands."

"I'm just a traveller, wandering past. Believe it or not, all I'm after is a quiet life." The Doctor said, shaking his head. "With the woman that I love."

"So, if we get out of here, what're you going to do? Just wander off again?"

"Fast as I can."

"So I could come with you?"

"Maybe you could."

"I wouldn't get in the way."

"I wouldn't mind if you did. Not a bad idea, Lynda with a Y. But first of all, we've got to concentrate on getting out. And to do that, you've got to know your enemy. Who's controlling it? Who's in charge of the satellite now?"

"Hold on." Lynda finds the breaker and turns it on.

A sign lights up Bad Wolf Corporation.

"Your lords and masters." Lynda said with a small smile.


Jack took a part in the defabricator. "Compatible systems. Just align the wave signature. Attaboy! Got myself a gun. Well, ladies, the pleasure was all mine. Which is the only thing that matters in the end." He ran out of the room and pressed a button for the lift. He looked at his wrist computer. "Two hearts, that's him. Which floor?" He got into the lift. It was time to find his friends.


"Blimey! I've never seen it for real before. Not from orbit, Planet Earth." Lynda said in wonder.

"What's happened to it?" The Doctor said in shock.

"Well, it's always been like that ever since I was born. See that there? That's the Great Atlantic Smog Strom. It's been going twenty years. We get newsflashes telling us when it's safe to breath outside."

"So the population just sits there? Half the world's too fat, and half the world's too thin, and you lot just watch telly?"

"Ten thousand channels, all beaming down from here."

"The Human Race. Brainless sheep being fed on a diet of. Mind you, have they still got that programme where three people have to live with a bear?"

"Oh, Bear With Me. I love that one!"

"And me. The celebrity edition where the bear got in the bath."

"Got in the bath!" Lynda said with a smile.

The Doctor closed his eyes. "But it's all gone wrong. I mean, history's gone wrong again. This should be the Fourth Great and Bountiful Human Empire. I don't understand. Last time I was here. I put it right."

"No, but that's when it first went wrong. A hundred years ago, like you said. All the news channels, they just shut down overnight."

The Doctor rubbed his face. "But that was me… and Lyn. We did that."

"There was nothing left in their place. No information. The whole planet just froze. The government, the economy, they collapsed. That was the start of it. One hundred years of hell."

"Oh, my… We made this world." He said softly. He couldn't believe it. He tried to correct it with Gwendalyn and they mucked it up badly. He was going to have to find her and find her fast to fix this problem.


Agorax screamed as he disintegrated.

"That leaves Rose and Rodrick. You're going head to head. Let's play The Weakest Link." The Anne Droid said.

"Right, that's the end of tactical voting. You're on your own now." Rodrick said, glaring at her. He was so gung ho on winning and he was going to do whatever he could to win.


"Hey, handsome. Good to see you? Any sign of Rose and sexy?" Jack asked.

"Can't you track them down?" The Doctor asked. There was a concern edging in his voice. He wanted to find them both and get the hell out of dodge.

"They must still be inside the games. All the rooms are shielded." Jack said coming up to them.

"If I can just get inside this computer. They've got to be here somewhere." The Doctor said as he worked on the console that Adam had used a century before.

"Well, you better hurry up. These games don't have a happy ending."

"Do you think I don't know that?"

Jack handed over his wrist computer. "There you go, patch that in. It's programmed to find them."


Jack saw Lynda. "Hey, there."

"Hello." Lynda said with a smile.

"Captain Jack Harkness."

"Lynda Moss."

"Nice to meet you, Lynda Moss."

"Do you mind flirting outside?" The Doctor snapped.

"I was just saying hello!" Jack complained.

"For you, that's flirting." The Doctor said, rolling his eyes.

"I'm not complaining." Lynda said with a smile.

"Muchas gracias." Jack said with a smile.

"It's not compatible. This stupid system doesn't make sense. Lyn would have been able to make sense of this." He said handing the computer to Lynda and then swiftly kicked the console.

Jack took off the front plate to take a look on the inside of this.

"This place should be a basic broadcaster, but the systems are twice as complicated. It's more than just television. This station's transmitting something else." The Doctor said rubbing his face.

"Like what?" Jack asked looking up at the Doctor.

"I don't know. This whole Bad Wolf thing's tied up with me and Lyn. Someone's manipulated our entire life. It's some sort of trap and Rose and Lyn are stuck inside it."


"Rose, in geography, the Grand Central Ravine is named after which ancient British city?"

"Is it York?" Rose asked, biting her lip.

"No, the correct answer is Sheffield."


Robert looked at Gwendalyn.

"What did you want to talk to me about?"

Robert took a step closer to her. "You are beautiful."

Gwendalyn backed up. She didn't want him to even touch her. "Stay away."


"Found them. Floor six zero is where Lyn is at and Floor four oh seven is where Rose is at."

"Oh, my God. Lyn is in the Bachelor. And Rose is with the Anne Droid. You've got to get Rose out of there."

"I'm going after Lyn first." He said looking at her.

Lynda nodded her head.

The three of them got onto the lift.

The Doctor punched in the floor number. He closed his eyes as they went down. He hoped that Gwendalyn hadn't gotten herself into some kind of trouble. That was the one thing that he wouldn't have liked if she had gotten into trouble. He wouldn't have been able to protect her. "Come on."

Lynda looked at him in confusion. What was so special about this woman that they were going after right at that moment.

"We will get to sexy in time." Jack told the Doctor.

The Doctor stuck his hands in his coat. His hand gripped around something in his pocket.


"I'm afraid I can't do that." Robert said with a smirk. He said, grabbing onto her arm.

"Let me go." Gwendalyn said, trying to pull herself away from him. There was no way that she was going to use her magic against a human. It was against the rules of her people.

"Oi!" A loud male voice rang out.

Gwendalyn sharply turned and saw the Doctor standing there. "Doctor." Gwendalyn said in relief.

"Who are you?" Robert demanded.

"Someone that you should be afraid of. Let her go."

"No, I don't think I will let her go." Robert said, tightening his hold on her.

"Shall I Doctor?" Jack asked, cracking his knuckles.

Before the Doctor could even say anything Gwendalyn's hand shot forward in a fist connecting with Robert's cheek causing the man to stumble releasing her. Gwendalyn shook her hand out. She hugged. "Prick." She muttered. She looked at the Doctor and put her hands on her gold clad hips. "Shall we?" She questioned.

Jack whistled. "You are looking good sexy."

"L-lyn what... " The Doctor's cheeks went red. "What… what are you wearing?"

"A dress it would seem. A very distracting dress." Gwendalyn said running her hands over the very little fabric that she wore on her body. She hated this dress. Granted it was beautiful, but it was very distracting for anyone that she was with.

The Doctor cleared his throat.

"What are you going to do about it?" Gwendalyn asked, looking at him.

The Doctor quickly slipped his coat off and slipped around her to cover up the gown that she was wearing. "Come on we got to get to Rose."

"What? She's somewhere here?" Gwendalyn asked in confusion.

"Yes, she's on The Weakest Link."

"Oh why is it that we always come across trouble." Gwendalyn groaned as the four of them moved quickly.

"I haven't gotten a clue Lyn."

"Of course." She said tried not to fall because her heels were four inches and it was hard to run in them.


"Rodrick, in literature, the author of Lucky was Jack who?"

"Stewart." Rodrick replied.

"No, the correct answer is Collins. Rose, the oldest inhabitant of the Isop Galaxy is the Face of what?"

"Boe! The Face of Boe!" Rose said.

"That is the correct answer."

Rose let out a sigh of relief. Thank god.


"Come on, come on." The Doctor said, trying not to go into a panic. He had promised Jack that he would bring Rose back safely from the travels, but he couldn't do that if she wasn't there with him at that moment.

Gwendalyn took the Doctor's hand in hers.

The Doctor squeezed her hand.

"We will get her back home to her mother. We can't go back on our promise to Jackie."

The Doctor nodded his head.


"Rodrick, in history, who was the President of the Red Velvets?"

"Hoshbhin Frane."

"That is the correct answer. Rose, in food, the dish Gaffabeque originated on which planet?"

"Er, is it Mars?"

"No, the correct answer is Lucifer. Rodrick, which measurement of length is said to have been defined by the Emperor Jate as the distance from his nose to his fingertip?"

"Would that be a goffle?"

"No, the correct answer is paab. Rose, in fashion, Stella Pok Baint is famous for what?"


"No, the correct answer is hats."


"Rodrick, in physics, who discovered the Fifteen Dash Ten Barric Fields?"

"Game Room Six, which one is it?" The Doctor was concerned that they wouldn't make it in time.

"Over here." Lynda called over to them.

"San Hazeldine." Rodrick said.

"No, the correct answer is San Chen."

"Stand back, let me blast it open." Jack said.

"You can't, it's made of Hydra combination." The Doctor told him.

"Move." Gwendalyn said pushing her way through. "I can get it then."


"Rose, in history, which Icelandic city hosted Murder Spree Twenty?"

"Reykjavik?" Rose asked.

"No, the correct answer is Pola Ventura."

"Oh, my god! I've done it. You've lost!"

"But I'm not meant to be here. I need to find the Doctor, he's got to be here somewhere. He's always here! He wouldn't just leave me!"

"Rodrick, you are the strongest link, you will be transported home with one thousand six hundred credits."

"Oh, thank you, thank you so much."

"This game is illegal. I'm telling you to stop!"

"Rose! Stop this game!" The Doctor yelled.

Gwendalyn stood behind him.

"Rose, you leave this life with nothing."

"Stop this game!" Jack yelled.

"I order you to stop this game!" The Doctor yelled.

"Stop this game!" Gwendalyn shouted. She sounded slightly winded from using her magic on the door.

"You are the weakest link."

Rose ran towards them. "Look out for the Anne Droid, it's armed!" She was shot by the Anne Droid.

Gwendalyn gasped. "No."

"What the hell did you do to her?" Jack yelled.

The Doctor kneeled down over Rose's remains.

Gwendalyn clasped her hands in front of her mouth. They had promised Jackie. They had promised that they would bring Rose back in one piece.

"Back off!" Jack yelled.

"I need security and I need it here now. It's this lot."

"Don't you touch him. Leave him alone!" Jack yelled as guards grabbed him.

"I wouldn't grab me if I were you." Gwendalyn said in a deadly tone.

The Guard grabs the Doctor's arm.

"Sir, put down the gun or I'll have to shoo."

"You killed her! Your stupid freaking game show killed her!" Jack yelled.

"Jack just put the gun down." Gwendalyn told him softly.

"Sir I am arresting you under Private Legislation Sixteen of the Game Station Syndicate." The Guard said.


"Can you tell us the purpose of this device, sir? Can you tell us how you got on board?" The Guard asked the Doctor.

"Just leave him alone." Lynda said snapping at the guard.

"I'm asking him, Sir? Can you tell us who you are?"

"Why don't you just shut the hell up and leave him alone." Gwendalyn snapped.

The Doctor's mug shots are taken by the guard. "And why don't you shut up your bitch."

"Piss off." Gwendalyn snapped.

"You will be taken from this place to the Lunar Penal Colony, there to be held without trial. You may not appeal against this sentence. Is that understood?"

A guard unlocked the cage to let Lynda, Jack, and Gwendalyn out of the cell.

"Let's do it." He said nodding his head to Jack.

"Right boss." Jack said nodding his head. He led the fight out of the cell.

Gwendalyn grabbed the guards and slammed their heads together. She huffed. "Pricks." She grumbled.

"Let's go." The Doctor said grabbing his sonic screwdriver.

Jack grabbed his defabricator.

Lynda tosses Gwendalyn one of the weapons that she had gotten off of the guard.

"Thanks." Gwendalyn said catching it.

"To the lift."

The four of them got into the lift.

"Floor 500." The Doctor said.

"We will avenge her Doctor. We can only hope that she is still alive." Gwendalyn told him.

The Doctor swallowed the lump in his throat. He could only hope that she was right.

"Shall I speed us up a bit."

"What does she mean by that?" Lynda asked, looking at the Doctor.

The Doctor looked at Gwendalyn. "Do you have enough strength for that?"

Gwendalyn nodded her head. "Yes." She handed her gun over to him. "Take that. Wouldn't want to set it off."

The Doctor nodded his head. "Right."

Gwendalyn closed her eyes. Her hands glowed purple and the lift moved a lot faster than what it normally would.

"What the…" Lynda said in confusion. This was something very new to her.

The lift had arrived on floor 500. The four of them had gotten off.

"Okay, move away from the desk!" Jack yelled.

"Do as we ask. We don't want to hurt anyone." Gwendalyn said, narrowing her eyes at the people that were there.

"Nobody try anything clever. Everybody clear. Stand to the side and stay there." Jack continued on with his warning.

"Who's in charge of this place?" The Doctor demanded.

"Nineteen, eighteen…" The Controller said.

"This Satellite's more than a Game Station." The Doctor said, narrowing his eyes.

"Seventy nine, eighty."

"Who killed Rose Tyler?"

"All staff are reminded that solar flares…"

"I want an answer!" The Doctor yelled.

Gwendalyn grabbed onto the Doctor so he didn't launch himself.

"Occur in delta point one."

"She can't reply. Don't shoot!" Pavale said holding her hands up when the Doctor whipped around.

"Oh, don't be so thick. Like I was ever going to shoot." He said, throwing the other gun to Pavale. "Captain, we've got more guards on the way up. Secure the exits."

"Yes, sir." Jack said following the orders that the Doctor had given to him.

"You. What were you saying?"

"But I've got your gun." Pavale said looking at them.

"You wouldn't shoot." Gwendalyn said looking at Pavale.

"Okay, so shoot me. Why can't she answer?"

"She's er. Can I put this down?" Pavale asked the Doctor.

"If you want. Just hurry up." The Doctor said getting frustrated.

"Thanks." Pavale put the gun down. "Sorry. The Controller is linked to the transmissions. The entire output goes through her brain. You're not a member of the staff so she doesn't recognise your existence."

"What's her name?"

"I don't know. She was installed when she was five years old. That's the only life she's ever known."

Gwendalyn closed her eyes. "That's a terrible way to live."

"Door's sealed. We should be safe for about ten minutes." Jack told the Doctor.

"Keep an eye on them."

"But that stuff you were saying about something going on with the Game Station. I think you're right. I've kept a log. Unauthorised transmats, encrypted signals, it's been going on for years."

"Show us." The Doctor told him. He looked at Gwendalyn. "You think you can handle encryptions?"

"I can see if I can figure it out." Gwendalyn told him.

Jack tries to open a door that leads to Archive Six.

"You're not allowed in there. Archive SIx is out of bounds." The woman told him.

"Do I look like an out of bounds sort of guy?" Jack asked as the door opened. He walked in and saw the Tardis.

"Solar flare activity in delta point zero fifteen."

"If you're not holding us hostage, then open the door and let us out. The staff are terrified." The woman told them.

"Sorry." Gwendalyn said not even looking at the woman.

"That's the same staff who executed hundreds of contestants every day." The Doctor told her.

"That's not our fault. We're just doing our jobs." The woman told them.

"And with that sentence you just lost the right to even talk to me and her. Now back off!" The Doctor said, glaring at the woman.

The power dropped in the satellite.

"That's just the solar flares. They interfere with the broadcast signal, so this place automatically powers down. Planet earth gets a few repeats. It's all quite normal." Pavale told them.

"Doctor. Gwendalyn." The Controller said.

"Doctor?" The woman said looking at the two of them.

"Whatever it is, you can wait." The Doctor snapped.

"I think she wants you two." The woman said.

"Doctor? Gwendalyn? Doctor? Gwendalyn? Where's the Doctor? Where's Gwendalyn?" The Controller asked.

The two of them went towards the controller.

"We're here." The Doctor told the Controller.

"Can't see. I'm blind. So blind. All my life, blind. All I can see is numbers, but I saw you two."

"What do you want?" The Doctor asked looking up at the wired woman.

"Solar flares hiding me. They can't hear me. My masters, they always listen, but they can't hear me now the sun is so bright."

"What?" Gwendalyn said in confusion.

"Who are your masters?" The Doctor asked. He wanted the answer now. He needed to know who he was dealing with.

"They wired my head. The name's forbidden. They control my thoughts. My masters. My masters, I had to be careful. They monitor transmissions, but they don't watch the programmes. I could hide you inside the games. Knew that you would find me."

"My friend died inside your games." The Doctor said clutching his hand tightly.

Gwendalyn took his hand into hers.

"Doesn't matter."

"Don't you dare tell me that."

"They've been hiding. My masters are hiding in the dark space, watching and shaping the Earth so, so, so many years. Always been there, guiding humanity, hundreds and hundred of years."

"Who are they?" They both asked.

"They wait and plan and grow in numbers. They're strong now. So strong, my masters."

"Who are they?" The Doctor asked.

Gwendalyn gripped onto the Doctor's hand.

"But speak of you, my masters, they fear the Doctor and the Witch."

"Tell us, who are they?"

The power came back on.

"Twenty one, twenty two." The Controller said going back to work.

"When's the next solar flare?" The Doctor asked, looking at Pavale.

"Two years time."

"Fat lot of good that is." The Doctor said, shaking his head.

"Found the Tardis." Jack said coming back in.

"Well that's good." Gwendalyn said, pinching her nose.

"We're not leaving now." The Doctor said, shaking his head.

"No, but the Tardis worked it out. You'll want to watch this. Lynda, could you stand over there please?" Jack asked nicely.

"I just want to go home."

"It'll only take a second. Could you stand in that spot, quick as you can."

Lynda does as she is asked to do by Jack.

"Everybody watching? Okay, three, two, one."

A beam came down and Lynda vanished in a puff of smoke.

"But you killed her!" The Doctor yelled.

"Oh, do you think?" Jack asked.

Another beam brought Lynda back.

"What the hell was that?" Lynda asked in confusion.

"It's a transmat beam. Not a disintegrator, a secondary transmat system. People aren't killed in the games, they get transported across space. Doctor, sexy, Rose is still alive"

Jack and the Doctor hugged.

"Well that is the best news that we've heard all day." Gwendalyn said with a smile. But what was bothering her was who was controlling the Game Station.

"She's out there somewhere." The Doctor said looking out the window.

"Doctor. Coordinates five point six point one."

"Don't the solar flare's gone? They'll hear you."

"Point four three four. No, my masters, no! I defy you. Stigma seven seven…" A puff of smoke and a scream she was gone.

"They took her."

"We got the information we needed. She wanted to help." Gwendalyn said looking at the Doctor. "This might lead us to Rose."

"Look, use that. It might contain the final numbers. I kept a log of all the unscheduled transmissions." Pavale said to Jack.

"Nice. Thanks. Captain Jack Harkness, but the way."

"I'm Davitch Pavale."

"Nice to meet you, Davitch Pavale."

"There's a time and a place." The Doctor said, rolling his eyes.

"And that isn't here Jack. So quit your flirting."

"Oh you wound me so sexy in that revealing dress."

"Don't make me zap you." The Doctor threatened.

"Are you staying this entire set up been a disguise all along?" The woman asked.

"Going way back. Installing the Jagrafess a hundred years ago. Someone's been playing a long game, controlling the human race from behind the scenes for generations."

"And that is a hell of a note for that." Gwendalyn said, shaking her head. She was trying to figure out who the hell could've been behind this.

"Click on this. The transmat delivers to that point, right on the edge of the solar system." Jack told the woman.

"There's nothing there." The woman said.

"It looks like nothing because that's what this satellite does. Underneath the transmission there's another signal." The Doctor said.

"Doing what?"

"Hiding whatever's out there. Hiding it from sonar, radar, scanner. There's something sitting right on top of the planet Earth, but it's completely invisible. If I cancel out the signal." The Doctor is able to cancel the signal out.

A large flying saucer's on the screen.

"Oh my god." Gwendalyn said, her blue eyes widening.

"That's impossible. I know those ships. They were destroyed." Jack said in shock.

"Obviously, they survived." The Doctor said, shaking his head.

The color from Gwendalyn's face drained. "This is not good."

"Who did? Who are they?" Lynda asked.

"Two hundred ships." The Doctor said.

"More than two thousand on board each. That is just about a half a million of them." Gwendalyn said, lowering her gaze.

"Half a million what?" Pavale asked.

"Daleks." The Doctor said sadly. It was too good to be true. He thought that he had killed them.

"I will talk to the Doctor and the Princess." The Dalek said.

"Oh will you? That's nice. Hello!"

"The Dalke stratagem nears completion. The fleet is almost ready. You will not intervene."

"Bull shit." Gwendalyn said glaring at the pepperpot.

"Oh, really? Why's that then?" The Doctor said.

"We have your associate. You will obey or she will be exterminated."

"No." Gwendalyn and the Doctor said together.

The people in the room with them looked in shock.

"Explain yourselves."

"We said no." Gwendalyn said looking up.

"What is the meaning of this negative?"

"It means no." The Doctor said taking Gwendalyn's hand in his.

"But she will be destroyed."

"No. Because this is what we're going to do. We're going to do. We're going to rescue her. We're going to save Rose Tyler from the middle of the Dalek fleet and then we're going to save the Earth, and then, just to finish off, we're going to wipe every last stinking dalek out of the sky."

"But you have no weapons, no defences, no plan."

"Yeah. And doesn't that scare you to death. Rose?"

"Yes, Doctor?" Rose said.

"We're coming to get you." The Doctor said turning it off.

Gwendalyn looked at the Doctor. "I hope that you know what you are doing."

"So do I Lyn. So do I."

"Let's bring out flower back." Gwendalyn said moving towards the Tardis.



This is the end of Chapter 24. I hope you enjoyed this chapter. What do you think was in the Doctor's pocket that he was holding onto on his way to save Gwendalyn from The Bachelor? If you can guess correctly I will write a one shot for the Lost Chronicles of your choice. The next chapter and the last one will be hard to write. A sad way to end this book. I have grown fond of nine and Lyn haven't you guys or how they reacted around one another? There will be more to come.

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