Blood Crow (part 2)I dragged the body into the bushes. I sprinted the rest of the way to Nate's house. I stopped at Nate's gate to catch my breath. Huge mistake. The last thing I felt before everything went black was a sharp pain in my head.
I came to on a large operating table. There were large leather straps holding me down. Nothing a little vampiric strength couldn't fix. I pulled up with all my might waiting for them to snap. They didn't. I realized how tired and powerless I felt. The only thing that could sap my powers was...garlic. Looking around me I could see garlic all over everything. These guys are prepared, whoever they are.
Then I noticed two other people in the room. Two men with long white lab coats. They had patches on the outside of their lab coats the same as the man that attacked me earlier. Vampire slayers.
Then i noticed the scalpels in their hands. They were going to dissect something and i had a sneaking suspicion that something was me.
Then one of the huge windows on the left side
Top 11 Favorite Doctor Who storiesFor those who may not know, I LOVE Doctor Who. It's one of my all time favorite shows, from seeing classic stories years back on my local PBS channel in the 90s to now catching new episodes on BBC America. Right now, I'd love to share my top 11 favorite stories. Why Top 11? Because I'm a slave to most trends. Now, spoilers will be kept at a minimum so you don't have to worry.Top 11 Favorite Doctor Who stories3 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
11-An Unearthly Child
This is one pretty much an automatic part of the list, as it was the very first Doctor Who. And with this being science fiction and the option of using any sort of creatures in all the universe, the menace in this story is a wonderful surprise.
10-Tomb of the Cybermen
A formerly lost story featuring my second all time favorite Doctor Who aliens. And this story adds a sci-fi spin on the old mummy movies in which explorers invoke the wrath of what lurks deep inside the chambers.
The ultimate homage to the UNIT stories. Great callbacks to earlier stories, the return of the Brigadie
Doctor Who - The Doctor and The TARDISAuthor's Note: This takes place after End of Time, as if the Master wasn't sucked into the time lock and went with the Doctor instead and the Master was able to save Wilfred without anyone having to sacrifice themselves to get him out (it was his software meddling to begin with so of course he knew how to turn things off), so the Doctor didn't have to regenerate. The Doctor succeeded in fixing the Master's body so he's not dying or ravenously hungry.Doctor Who - The Doctor and The TARDIS3 years ago in Humor More Like This
The Doctor And The TARDIS
The Doctor was sitting on the pilot seat in the console room fiddling with a bit of wire from a device he was building. His sonic screwdriver was humming away as he squinted at what he was doing; his useless spectacles perched on the end of his nose. He sighed absently.
The Master was strolling through the TARDIS trying to find a bathroom but the TARDIS was still angry with him for the whole Paradox Machine plot so she kept hiding things on him. He was getting really hungry too. He hadn't eaten for a few days, not
Ode to the FezIt was instinct when I grabbed you off the dummy's head.Ode to the Fez3 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
The love that I had for you
In the short life that you havehad led.
Even though you weren't TARDIS blue,
You and me, me and youwe were a perfect match.
We were the epitome of cool.
Look at me! In braces, a fez, and a bright red bow tie!
But then Amy had to go and snatch
And throw you in the air so River could use her "tool"
And, as my hearts broke, I had to say, 'Goodbye'.