Last of Her Kind @rainbowhairedgirl
Chapter 2

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Chapter 2

The Gathering

"Right then, Rose Tyler, you tell me. Where do you want to go?" The Doctor asked, looking at her with a smile.

"Shouldn't it be Gwendalyn's choice?" Rose asked, looking over at the red haired woman that stood next to him.

Gwendalyn shook her head with a small smile on her pale pink lips. She didn't want to be the one to choose the path that they would go on. She had seen time and space, Rose hadn't and she didn't think it was fair if she picked the first place to go to.

"Backwards or forwards in time. It's your choice. What's it going to be?"

"Forwards." Rose said with a grin.

Gwendalyn and the Doctor shared a look. "How far?" They asked together looking at her.

"One hundred years."

The Doctor hit a few buttons and stopped it. "There you go. Step outside those doors, it's the twenty second century."

"You're kidding."

Gwendalyn shook her head. "No, it's true." Gwendalyn knew because the air felt different. As much as she loved time travel, this was something that was going to be so different that Rose wasn't probably going to understand.

"That's a bit boring, though. Do you want to go further?" He questioned wanting to show off his skill some more.

"Fine by me."

The Doctor looked at Gwendalyn.

"Go ahead Doctor. This is her trip." Gwendalyn said with a small smile. She wanted the Doctor to have fun with what he was doing. She had to admit that she loved seeing the Doctor happy with what he did with his free time.

The Doctor smiled back at her. He didn't want to admit it out loud, but it was nice seeing Gwendalyn smile at him. "Ten thousand years in the future. Step outside, it's the year 12005, the new Roman Empire."

"You think you're so impressive." Rose said as she looked at the Doctor with a cheeky smile on her face.

Gwendalyn clicked her tongue against her teeth. So far the Doctor was impressive. This was one of the things that she liked about Time Lords. They had gotten to do whatever they pleased really and that was something that her people couldn't do. Not really. They had more regulations than a little bit especially with ones that had gifts. Which made her envy the Time Lords.

"I am so impressive." The Doctor said, defending himself. He thought that he was impressive just because he had his Tardis and could do whatever he wanted with it. That was the only thing that had mattered to him. He was trying to impress the both of them.

"You wish." Rose said looking at him.

Gwendalyn looked at the Doctor. "Show her." She said winking at him. She really wanted him to show her what he could do. Gwendalyn wanted to be amazed. And the more amazed she was the better. She loved it when a man knew what he was doing. And so far he was showing it and it was making her thrill side come out more. Something that hadn't come out in many years. And it was something that she really did miss a lot.

The Doctor nodded his head. "Right then, you asked for it. I know exactly where to go. Hold on!"

Gwendalyn grabbed onto one of the bars as the Tardis zoomed down the time vortex. She was going to have to get used to this, that was for sure. She wasn't even sure if he was going to keep her on. That was one of her worst fears. She didn't like being alone in a world of humans.

"Where are we? What's out there?" Rose asked looking at the Doctor.

The Doctor smiled at her. He wasn't going to tell her. Not right now. He really wanted her to go and take a look and see for herself before he told her anything.

Gwendalyn pointed at the door with her head. "Why don't you go and take a look Rose." She knew that the girl was curious about what was out there.

Rose ran out of the Tardis to go and take a look around leaving the two aliens alone with one another.

Gwendalyn looked at the Doctor. "You took her to the end of the Earth didn't you?" She asked softly. She didn't want to be here. Not in the least bit. She knew what happened when worlds ended. It happened before and she felt like it was tearing a hole in her heart seeing another world end.

The Doctor looked at her. "How did you…" He blinked a few times. "Your gifts." He realized that she had some gifts which were rare among her people. And realizing that she had a gift now was something that he should have known. But he had a feeling that he was going to be more and more surprised about her.

Gwendalyn nodded her head. She really didn't want to say anything more than that. She didn't want him to know who she was. Not yet. She wasn't ready for that. Not yet. And he certainly wasn't ready to know who she was.

"I once knew someone who had gifts like that." The Doctor shook his head. "There is no way that you are her. That was years ago." He was remembering someone who had the same gifts that she was showing. He knew the young woman well and remembered seeing her like it was yesterday even though it had been years ago since he had last seen her. He wasn't going to reveal anything more than that due to the fact that he knew she couldn't have been alive. Not so many years after what had happened.

Gwendalyn felt her heart rate go up. No, he couldn't. She bit her lip and looked at him with wide violet eyes. "Who?" She knew who he was talking about at least she thought. She just hoped it wasn't who she thought it was. It would have made things a lot more awkward for the two of them.

"The Princess of Planet Helmos." He said looking at her. "Princess Artemis." His voice was soft and sounded like he was hoping that she was still alive. But even he knew that wasn't possible. She had died like the rest of them. In the inferno that he had caused all those years ago.

Gwendalyn looked away from him. "She would be long gone yes?" She questioned softly wondering if he thought that Princess Artemis was long gone.

"Yes, I couldn't even save her from the time war. She was too young too. Granted she wasn't to be in line for the throne, but she would have made a great queen. She didn't want that though. She wanted adventure. Live her life to the fullest. Have fun."

Gwendalyn swallowed the lump that was in her throat. This was something that she was not expecting to talk to him about. After all it was part of her history. And with him talking about Princess Artemis it was something that was full of longing. Like he was hoping that she was still alive. She wasn't even sure if he had seen her get killed or getting away. He had no idea if she was alive or not. But she really didn't want to hear anything else on this. She just wanted to try to get through the day and not think about her long lost planet.

He looked at her. He could tell that she didn't want to talk to him about it. He walked over towards her and placed his hand on her leather clad shoulder. He hadn't meant to upset her. He shouldn't have even recalled the memory that he had of the Princess, but he couldn't help it. He had loved her. Truly had loved her more than what he should have because they were not the same race and it was frowned upon.

Gwendalyn looked at him, her violet colored eyes were filled with tears. She didn't want him to see the weak side of her. It was against a witch's makeup to be weak. They were strong and proud warriors. Just like the time lords.

The Doctor felt a pang of guilt go through him. He wished he never brought it up. He had hurt her feelings. He hadn't even meant to do that. "Lets go." He said offering her a small smile in hopes that he would make her feel better.

She nodded her head softly as a small smile came to her lips.

The two of them walked out of the Tardis and walked towards Rose.

"You lot, you spend all your time thinking about dying, like you're going to get killed by eggs or beef or global warming or asteroids. But you never take time to imagine the impossible, that you may survive. This is the year five point five slash apple slash twenty six. Five billion years in your future, and this is the day…" He looks at his watch. "Hold on."

The sun flares and turns red.

"This is the day the Sun expands. Welcome to the end of the world."

The three of them begin to walk down one of the corridors.

"Shuttles five and six now docking. Guests are reminded that Platform One forbids the use of weapons, teleportation and religion. Earth Death is scheduled for fifteen thirty nine." A computer said. "Followed by drinks in the Manchester Suite."

Gwendalyn stuck her hands into her pockets and walked beside the Doctor.

"So, when it says guests, does that mean people?" Rose asked curiously.

Gwendalyn closed her eyes not wanting to snap at the young woman, but the questions were becoming a hassle for her. No one really should be that curious. And it didn't help the fact that Rose thought that they would be human and not aliens.

"Depends on what you mean by people." The Doctor replied looking over at Rose.

"I mean people. What do you mean?" Rose questioned the Doctor. She was confused. She really meant humans being aboard the space shuttle to look at what was going on with the planet, but what did the Doctor mean by that.

Gwendalyn closed her eyes and stopped in her tracks. She was tired of what was going on.

"Aliens." He said as he looked towards Gwendalyn who just nodded her head in agreement with what he had said.

"What are they doing on board this spaceship? What's it all for?"

"It's not a spaceship." Gwendalyn said looking over at Rose.

"She's right. It is more like an observation deck. The great and the good are gathering to watch the planet burn." The doctor used his sonic screwdriver on the wall panel that was beside them.

"What for?"

"Fun. Mind you, when I said the great and the good, what I mean is, the rich."

"But hold on. They did this once on Newsround Extra. The sun is expanding, that takes hundreds of years." Rose said, still very confused of what was going on. She was still in shock that he had brought her there on the last day of the Earth. The end of her world. Something that she was hoping that he would be able to stop it.

"Millions, but the planet's now property of the National Trust. They've been keeping it preserved. See down there? Gravity satellites holding back the sun."

"The planet looks the same as ever. I thought the continents shifted and things."

"They did, and the Trust shifted them back. That's a classic Earth. But now the money's run out, nature takes over."

Gwendalyn looked at her. "How long has it got." She said to Rose. "It has a half hour. Then the planet gets roasted."

Rose looked at Gwendalyn with wide eyes. "How did you..."

"Don't ask if you really don't want to know." Gwendalyn replied, as she crossed her arms. She really didn't want to go into her gifts with Rose. It was something that witches and wizards didn't talk about.

"Is that why we're here? I mean, is that what you do? Jump in at the last minute and save the Earth?" Rose asked looking over at the Doctor. She was hoping that she was guessing right. She really didn't want to see the end of the world.

"I'm not saving it. Time's up." The Doctor said looking at her. Time has run its course and it was time for the Earth to go.

"But what about the people?"

"It's empty. They're all gone. No one left."

"Just me, then." Rose said softly.

A man with blue skin with golden eyes walked towards them. "Who the hell are you?"

"Oh, that's nice, thanks." The Doctor said looking towards the man.

"But how did you get in? This is a maximum hospitality zone. The guests have disembarked. They're on their way any second now."

"That's me. I'm a guest. Look, I've got an invitation." The Doctor said showing him a piece of paper showing it to him. "Look. There, you see? It's fine you see? The Doctor plus two. I'm the Doctor, this is Rose Tyler and Gwendalyn McBride. They're my plus two. Is that all right?" He put the paper back into his pocket.

"Well, obviously. Apologies, et cetera. If you're on board, we'd better start. Enjoy." The man walked away from them.

"The paper's slightly psychic."

"He's blue."



"We have in attendance the Doctor, Rose Tyler, and Gwendalyn McBride. Thank you. All staff to their positions." The man said.

Little people began to move around the room.

"Hurry, now, thank you. Quick as we can. Come along, come along. And now, might I introduce the next honoured guest? Representing the Forest Cheam, we have trees, namely, Jabe, Lute and Coffa."

The people came into the room.

"There will be an exchange of gifts representing peace. If you could keep the room circulating, thank you. Next from the solicitors Jolco and Jolco, we have the Moxx of Balhoon."

Another alien that was blue appeared and it was on a pod.

"And next, from Financial Family Seven, we have the Adherents of the Repeated Meme."

A group of black robed aliens came in.

"The inventors of Hypo-slip Travel Systems, the brother Hop Pyleen. Thank you. Cal Spark Plug. Mister and Mrs. Pakoo. The ambassadors from the City State of Binding Light."

The trees come up to the Doctor, Rose, and Gwendalyn.

"The Gift of Peace. I bring you a cutting of my grandfather." The woman said offering the plant to them. Handing it more to the Doctor then Rose and Gwendalyn.

"Thank you. Yes, gifts. Er, I give you in return air from my lungs." He breaths gently on the woman.

"How intimate." The woman breathed. It was a gift that she was not expecting. Not from him.

"There's more where that came from."

"I bet there is."

Gwendalyn couldn't help, but roll her eyes. She didn't think the Doctor knew what he was really doing.

"From the Silver Devastation, the sponsor of the main event, please welcome the Face of Boe."

A large glass case barely made it through the door. It contained a giant head.

"The Moxx of Balhoon." The Doctor said with a smile.

"My felicitations on this historical happenstance. I give you the gift of bodily salivas." Moxx spat towards the two women.

Gwendalyn pushed Rose of the way and the spit landed in her hair. She wasn't phased by what had happened with Moxx of Balhoon. It was just a gift and she knew that Rose wouldn't have liked such a thing like that. It probably would have hit her in the eye or something.

Rose looked in disgust. She was shocked that Gwendalyn didn't even seem phased by what had happened. She didn't understand how Gwendalyn couldn't be disgusted with what had happened to her.

"Thank you very much."

The black robed group glided up to them.

"Ah! The Adherents of the Repeated Meme. I bring you air from my lungs." The Doctor said with a smile.

A large metal hand holds out a ball. "A gift of peace in all good faith."

The Doctor took the metal ball and handed it to Rose.

"And last but not least, our very special guest. Ladies and gentlemen, and trees and multiforms, consider the Earth below. In memory of this dying world, we call forth the last Human. The Lady Cassandra O'Brien Dot Delta Seventeen."

Gwendalyn looked at the next person that was wheeled in. She looked disgusted. The last Human really? That was ridiculous. That was not a human. It was just a flap of skin. Nothing more. Humans shouldn't look like that unless they had gone mad in the mind and she thought that was probably what had happened to this human. That they wanted to be so thin and look like a piece of leather or something. She wasn't sure of why someone would want to do that.

"Oh, now, don't stare. I know, I know it's shocking, isn't it? I've had my chin completely taken away and look at the difference. Look how thin I am. Thin and dainty. I don't look a day over two thousand. Moisturise me. Moisturise me."

The men that were with her sprayed her down.

"Truly, I am the last Human. My father was a Texan, my mother was from the Arctic Desert. They were born on the Earth and were the last to be buried in it's soil. I have come to honour them and say goodbye. Oh, no tears, no tears. I'm sorry. But behold, I bring gifts. From Earth itself, the last remaining ostrich egg. Legend says it had a wingspan of fifty feet and blew fire from its nostrils. Or was that my third husband? Oh, no. Oh don't laugh. I'll get laughter lines. And here another rarity."

Rose moved away from the Doctor and Gwendalyn. She wanted to get a closer look at the last human.

Gwendalyn crossed her arms and looked tiredly around the room. This was something that she wasn't used to. She hadn't been around other aliens in such a long time and being with the Doctor was well something very different. She should have known that this was going to be a different experience altogether.

The Doctor looked at Gwendalyn. He was concerned about her. The way that she had acted before wasn't good. She had looked so sad. Perhaps more sad than what he had felt. He was going to have to ask her. He needed to ask her later after this adventure with Rose.

A 50's jukebox was wheeled in.

"According to the archives, this was called an iPod. It stores classical music from humanity's greatest composers. Play on!" The skin said.

The little attendant pushed a button and a 45 was selected. Tainted Love by Soft Cell begins to play.

The Doctor was lightly dancing to the music. Or at least he was trying to dance to it.

Gwendalyn chuckled lightly. "Of course leave it to you."

The Doctor looked at her. "What do you mean?"

Gwendalyn shook her head. "Nothing."

The Doctor took her into his arms and began to sway with her a little bit in attempts to dance to the song.

Gwendalyn rested her head on his shoulder as the two of them danced a little bit enjoying the music that was being played.

"Refreshments will now be served. Earth death in thirty minutes." The blue man said.

Rose bolted out of the room causing both the Doctor and Gwendalyn to notice that their blonde haired companion wasn't there with them.

"Shall we?" Gwendalyn looked over her shoulder at the Doctor.

The Doctor nodded his head.

"Doctor? Gwendalyn?" The woman asked.

The Doctor stopped and his photo was taken and then was Gwendalyn's.

"Thank you." She said with a smile.

The two of them rushed out of the room.

"Come to me. We need to talk, Gwendalyn of Helmos." A male voice rang out in her head.

Gwendalyn stopped in her tracks. Who was calling for her? She couldn't help, but wonder about that. After all it wasn't that often that someone called for her through telepathy. She was going to find out who it was that was calling her. By the tone it seemed important that she found out who it was.

"Gwendalyn?" The Doctor asked, stopping in his tracks.

Gwendalyn stiffened. She looked up at the Doctor with wide violet eyes. "Go and find Rose. I will meet up with you soon." She needed to find who it was. It concerned her a lot. She wasn't sure who it was, but soon enough she would. She just didn't need the Doctor following her. He would end up reading her expressions when she went and talked to this person.

"Is everything okay?"

Gwendalyn nodded her head knowing that in reality it wasn't ok. there was someone calling for her and it scared the hell out of her. "Yes, I will meet up with you soon. I promise."

The Doctor nodded his head. He really didn't know what to think of what was going on. He was concerned about her. He thought that there was something wrong since she had stopped in her tracks. It scared him that she was acting a little bit differently than she normally would. And he had only known her for a short amount of time. And he was hoping that he would be able to get her to stay with him even after Rose would probably end up leaving him. Leaving him alone once more.

She began to walk down one of the hallways of where she had gone through when they were chasing after Rose. She wanted to know who was calling for her. She wanted to know what this person had wanted seeing the fact that they had used a mental link with her.

"In here." The voice called inside of her mind.

Gwendalyn walked into the room and her eyes widened. "Face of Boe." She said softly. She had to admit that she was shocked to know that it was the Face of Boe that had wanted to speak with her about something. Whatever it was, it had to be important.

"Very good. You remembered who I am."

"Why?" She questioned why The Face of Boe wanted something to do with her.

"Why what?"

"Why did you wish to see me?"

"I know who you truly are Gwendalyn of Helmos."

"How?" She questioned. She was worried about what he knew. Whatever he knew about her was something that she didn't want anyone else to know.

"You told me a long time ago. Of course you looked different."

"Different? How?"

"I cannot tell you." He shook his head. "It would be telling you your future and you know that is against the code of time."

"What am I to do? Are you going to tell me that I need to tell the Doctor who I am?"

"No. You do not need to tell him. You need to be ready to tell him. You aren't ready to tell him just yet."

Gwendalyn swallowed the lump that was in her throat. She nodded her head. She knew that sooner or later she was going to have to tell the Doctor her secret and she was very afraid to do so.

"Go… he will be looking for you."

Gwendalyn knew who he was talking about. She nodded her head. "Thank you."

The Face of Boe nodded his head.

Gwendalyn left the room.


The Doctor looked for Rose, but so far he wasn't successful in finding her. He saw his red haired companion walking towards him. "Gwendalyn is everything alright?"

Gwendalyn smiled. "Yes, everything is fine Doctor."

The Doctor took her hand. "I haven't found Rose yet."

Gwendalyn felt a spark going up her arm. No, if he felt it he would know who she was. Not even after all this time he would know who she really was and that was something that she didn't want him to know. "I am sure that we will find her soon."

He had felt the spark. No it couldn't be. It couldn't be her. She was dead. There was no way that this woman was her. Not after so long. It couldn't be the woman that he couldn't save.

"Let's go and find her." Gwendalyn said, pulling him along with her.


"Rose? Are you in there?" The Doctor asked.

The two of them entered the room. They hadn't noticed a small spider getting away from them and going into the system.

"Aye, aye. What do you think, then?" The Doctor asked, looking at his blonde haired companion. He really wanted to know what she thought about being here.

"Great. Yeah, fine. Once you get past the slightly psychic paper. They're just so alien. The aliens are so alien. You look at 'em and they're alien."

"Good thing I didn't take you to the Deep South." He said dryly. He was hoping that it wouldn't bother her too much of being here. Perhaps he was wrong.

"Where are you two from?" Rose wanted to know about the man and woman that she was with. She didn't want any secrets between the two of them. It wasn't fair to her to not know anything about them.

Gwendalyn froze. She swallowed the lump that was in her throat. This was something that she didn't want to go into with Rose. After all she didn't want to tell Rose that her planet was gone.

"All over the place." The Doctor said answering for them both. He looked over at Gwendalyn and was glad that he had answered for her. He could tell that she would have probably frozen on the spot if she would have told Rose.

"They all speak English."

"No, you just hear English. It's the gift of the Tardis. The telepathic field gets inside your brain and translates."

"It's inside my brain?"

"Well, in a good way."

"Your machine gets inside of my head. It gets inside and changing my mind, and you didn't even ask?"

"I didn't think about it."

"Of course you didn't think about it." Gwendalyn said shaking her head. He always forgot things it seemed, but it was something that was just simply him.

"No, you were too busy thinking up cheap shots about the Deep South. Who are you, then, Doctor? What are you called? What sort of alien are you? And that also goes for Gwendalyn too."

"Now don't you dare bring me into this." Gwendalyn hissed at the blonde haired girl. She wasn't going to be allowing herself to be dragged into something like this by an angry teenage girl. She was too old for this kind of crap.

"I'm just the Doctor and she is just Gwendalyn." He said looking at Rose. He wasn't going to tell anything else. He didn't want to live the bad memories or even put Gwendalyn through it. He wasn't sure if she lived through the war. But with the way that it seemed. Perhaps she had, but it was something that he was going to have to find out about.

"From what planet?"

"Well, it's not as if you'll know where it is!"

"Where are you from?"

"What does it matter?"

"Enough!" Gwendalyn shouted. "You two sound like spoiled children." Gwendalyn rubbed her temples. "Look does it really matter where we are from? Truly?" She questioned looking at Rose.

"Just tell me who you are!" Rose just wanted to know who she was travelling with.

"This is who we are, right here, right now, all right? All that counts is here and now, and this is us."

"Yeah, and I'm here too because you brought me here, so just tell me." Rose demanded. She didn't care which one of them answered her. She just wanted the truth.

Gwendalyn looked at Rose. "You didn't have to come." She said crossing her arms. Her violet eyes were blazing with anger. She was tired of Rose's whining. She was acting like a child. A very spoiled child. "You could have stayed in your time with your mom and your boyfriend, looking for a new job. We don't have to tell you a thing until we are ready to." Gwendalyn shook her head as she looked out the large window letting out an irritated huff.

"Earth Death in twenty minutes. Earth Death in twenty minutes." The computer said.

"All right. As my mate Shareen says, don't argue with the designated driver." Rose pulled out her phone and looked at it.

Gwendalyn rolled her eyes and moved away from the both of them. She looked sadly down at the Earth. Something that she had seen every day since she had resided there and had been alone and not having any friends.

"Can't exactly call for a taxi. There's no signal. We're out of range. Just a bit." Rose said, trying to get some kind of signal on her phone. But it just wasn't working.

"Tell you what." The Doctor took her phone and took it apart. "With a little bit of jiggery pokery."

"Jiggery pokery? Really?" Gwendalyn murmured. That saying she hadn't heard in a long while. She really missed that saying too.

"Is that a technical term, jiggery pokery?" Rose questioned, confused.

"Yeah, I came first in jiggery pokery. What about you?"

"No, I failed hullabaloo."

"Oh. There you go." He said, handing her phone back to her.

Gwendalyn looked out the window with her arms crossed. Something just wasn't right. It didn't feel right. Not in the least bit. Something was off. Like there was a shadow of death looming over them. Her violet eyes clouded over some as she began to think.

The Doctor looked at her. He could tell that something was wrong. Something was very wrong. He could tell by how she was standing that there was something wrong. Her body language was way off for her. He walked over to her as Rose was busy with her phone call to her mother. He placed his hand on her shoulder.

Gwendalyn turned around and looked at The Doctor. Her eyes were no longer clouded over. "Doctor?" She asked confused of why he had touched her shoulder.

"Are you alright?" The Doctor asked her softly. His concern for the woman growing. He was still trying to figure this witch out.

She nodded her head. "Fine. Just something feels wrong." She lied about being fine. But she didn't want to concern the Doctor. Not with something if it was trivial.

"Like what?" He asked, raising his eyebrows. He was concerned. 100% truly concerned.

"Just something is wrong." She really couldn't say much more than that. It was just coming and going. And flashes of bright light coming into her mind. There really wasn't anyway to really tell him without sounding like a fool.

"Like you think that something bad is going to happen?" He asked her concerned.

She bit the inner part of her lip and nodded her head.

"Everything will be fine. Nothing will happen Gwendalyn." He told her softly, releasing her shoulder.

Gwendalyn offered him a small smile in hopes that it would put him at ease.

The two of them looked at Rose who was still talking to her mother.

"No, I'm fine. Top of the world." Rose hung up her cell phone. She was just glad that she could talk to her mother.

"Think that's amazing, you want to see the bill?" The Doctor asked, looking at Rose.

"That was five billion years ago. So, she's dead now. Five billion years later, my mum's dead." Rose didn't like that feeling, but she would never understand how Gwendalyn and The Doctor felt. She had no idea what the two of them were hiding from her.

Gwendalyn looked out the window. She couldn't stand the fact that Rose was acting like this. She and the Doctor were the only ones left of their own kind. Rose didn't understand what the Doctor and herself had gone through.

"Bundle of laughs, you are." The Doctor said, crossing his arms. He didn't like how she talked. Her mother was still alive and she was acting like her mother was dead which wasn't true in the least bit.

"She is still alive in your world. That's the only thing that matters. You still have her." Gwendalyn told the young woman that they were with. She was trying her best to tell Rose that she needed to treasure the time that she had with her mother before it was really too late.

The space station shook.

The Doctor looked at Gwendalyn. His eyes were slightly winded. He smiled slightly. "That's not supposed to happen."

Gwendalyn nodded her head. There was indeed something wrong, and they were going to find out what the heck was going on here that was for sure. "Shall we Doctor?" She asked, tilting her head to the side.

The Doctor nodded his head.

Whatever was going on wasn't a good thing and they were going to get to the bottom of it. If it was one of the last things that they did.


This is the end of Chapter 2 of The Last of Her Kind. I cannot wait to get the next chapter started. You have gotten to see a little bit of history and Gwendalyn was a little bit cold towards Rose don't you think? I think it was because of all of the complaining and arguing that went on between her and the Doctor that set Gwendalyn on edge. And who is Gwendalyn really? Can anyone guess? I won't reveal it, but it will be coming in a future chapter. I do promise that, but you guys can guess who Gwendalyn really is. I hope that you enjoyed this and please leave a review. It is a good way for me to get motivated to write. My reviewers mean the world to me and kind reviews get me fueled to write the next chapter.

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