''A Tale of Two Tales'' - Chapter 2CHAPTER 2
Vahl stood tall and serene in front of the Doctor and Cywren. Dressed in her jet-black Raven Witch outfit and signature red scarf around her neck along with her distinctive Crow Sword sheathed at her hip, Vahl radiated strength and the aura of a seasoned adventurer. But while the Doctor was simply straightening his bow tie happy to see Vahl, Cywren was still stuck with the nagging feeling that she should know who Vahl was in relation to her.
Vahl took notice that Cywren's shivering was intensifying and took off her cloak and offered it to the girl.
"Are you cold, little one?" she asked, draping the garment around Cywren's shoulders and tightening it over her body. "What is your name?" As she did this, she looked intently at Cywren, taking note of her red hair and wide eyes.
"Cywren Caster," answered Cywren.
"By the Divines," Vahl muttered to herself. "You look just like her..."
"Like who?" Cywren asked with interest.
"Tiid kent ni kos nev,
''A Tale of Two Tales'' - Chapter 1CHAPTER 1
Some time later, the TARDIS' engines quieted and the Time Rotor fell stationary, signifying that the time machine had materialized.
"So where did we go to?" Cywren asked with great interest as the the Doctor briskly went about checking the console. He returned to the scanner and quickly read the environmental readouts.
"I'll keep it a surprise for you," the Doctor said, walking towards the main doors with Cywren closely following. "Don't worry, I promise you won't be disappointed...though possibly a bit chilly."
The Doctor opened the door for Cywren to see. Immediately, she felt a blast of frigid air that struck her instantly. Cywren, who had grown up in the regulated temperature of an underground Vault and withstood the heat of the Wasteland, was nearly paralyzed by the sharp drop to an unfamiliar temperature. Quickly and awkwardly, Cywren yanked the Doctor's very jacket off of his own back and covered her shivering torso.
"Very well..." the Doc
''A Tale of Two Tales'' - Introduction"A Tale of Two Tales"
A Doctor Who/Venturian Tale Crossover
by Matthew Killmer
Inspired by Characters created by the BBC, Bethesda Software, and Jordan Frye
The sun began to sink into the western sky, gradually bringing the heat of the Mojave Desert down to a more pleasant cool. A peculiar girl of twenty-four walked tiredly across the desert waste with a rifle slung across her back and her trusty Jayhawk .44 Magnum holstered at her side. Short red hair framed her innocent-looking face and a pair of large black-framed glasses sat in front of her blue eyes.
"Well Cywren," she said to herself as she reached the top of a small bluff to observe the setting sun. "You have to admit, not even a nuclear war could prevent such a sight as this from happening."
Cywren sat down cross-legged on the ground and simply took in the wonderful view. A moment later, a wheezing groaning sound filled Cywren's ears. She quickly got up and turned around to see an anac
Doctor Who - ''One Day'' - Chapter 6Chapter 6
Susan lay quietly in her bed, unable to sleep. Blankly, she stared at the ceiling while inside her mind, her thoughts raced, deliberating on the choice that her grandfather presented to her. Roughly an hour had passed since the Doctor and Clara left and Susan was no closer to finding a conclusion. She turned on her side and stared at the Campbell family portrait to see her late husband looking back at her. Life with him had given her a previously unknown sense of security and stability. But Susan knew that she was dwelling on the past, that life was long gone, whether she was going to accept it or not. With all the contemplation running through her already tired mind, Susan stopped thinking, closed her eyes, and soon fell asleep.
100 Gods-Goddesses ChallengeRules
1. Copy the List, and a link to this deviation into your journal so people can see that you are in the challenge. When you have done one of the themes you can put a link to your deviation right next to the god's or goddess's name so everyone can see which themes you have done.
2. You can interpret the themes how ever you want.
3. You don't have to draw if you don't want to. It can be photographs, poetry, stories, crafts or whatever you want, as long as it's made by you. If you do photomanipulations using art made by others you need to have permission and give proper credit of course.
4. One creature for every picture/photo/whatever.
5. They can be done in whatever order you choose, and there's no time limit.
6. Write in the comments for your artwork that it's part of the challenge, what theme it is, and add a link to this deviation.
100 Gods-Goddesses Challenge
1. Baldr - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baldr
2. Freyr - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freyr