DOCTOR WHO Rose Tyler an Alternate Ending CH1
My name is Rose Tyler. My life was boring until one day a man called the Doctor came into my life. He showed me the world with his blue box. I became his companion and this is the story of how I died.
The void was closing while the Daleks and Cyberman were still going in. A war started because of Torchwood Institute. Torchwood is a company taking alien knowledge and things. They study in the extra terrestrial. They opened up a void, a crack between parallel universes. Daleks and Cyberman came from the parallel universe. The doctor was able to push them in to the void. The doctor sent me to the parallel universe with my mum, dad, and Mickie. The teleportation device worked still so I came back. The doctor gave me a wall magnet and thats how we ended up where we are now.
," HOLD ON ROSE!" The Doctor screamed to me as I held on to the magnet. The force was strong, I would've fallen if it weren't for the magnet. Cyberman and Daleks came pouring in the room straight in to the void. London w
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IMPORTANT: Takes place right after Series 5, Right After!
EXT. STREET CORNER - NIGHT
Dark foggy night, a man walks along the side walk. the noise
of trash being blown about starts to grow. the man takes out
a cigarette and tries to light it. His hands shake. The
blowing trash sound grows louder.he looks behind him and is
struck with fear. The blowing grows to a fierce howl before
his screams rip through the night and cease almost as fast
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"What?!" she yelled from down the corridor.
"Where's my sonic screwdriver?"
"It's in your pocket!"
"I'm not wearing my pocket!"
"Huh?" Rose stuck her head into the Tardis console room and looked around. The Doctor was indeed not wearing his pockets. He was in his shirtsleeves, buried upside down halfway in the Tardis decking as he did something unexplainable to the Tardis. His hand waved vaguely in the direction of his coat and jacket which were thrown over the curved support nearest the door.
Rose rolled her eyes and went to get it for him. "Here." She slapped his screwdriver into his groping hand and crouched down trying to see what he was doing.
"Wonderful. Thank you." He twirled the screwdriver in his hand, took a firm grip, and whacked the butt of it against some recalcitrant piece of machinery above him. Something popped loose with a faint gonging sound. "Hold this for a minute."
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She clucked her tongue at herself for thinking such complex and confusing thoughts. Rose was staring at her now, in utter disbelief.
"You can't be the Doctor he's a man!"
The Doctor couldn't help chuckling to herself. "Regeneration, Rose. You've seen it in action." She shrugged, sticking her hands inside the pockets of the leather jacket her 9th generation had once worn. "I was pretty surprised to...but you recognize these, don't you?" the Doctor questioned, wriggling her feet in a circle to show the white converse her 10th generation had once donned. Rose looked at them, finally believing that this woman was the man she loved wait what? This was all so confusing.
"I'm sorry, Doctor but I loved the past you I can't love a woman."
The Doctor let a smirk form across her face as she flipped her long, red,
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Jackie hadn't let him attend the service, calling it a disgrace and blaming him for everything. IT wasn't his fault well, maybe it had partially been his fault. But he had watched the service from afar, keeping hidden so as not to make a scene.
Rose had scampered off onto the planet before he could tell her to wait. They hadn't bothered to check the scanner. It had been a normal adventure, until the hooded men had come. He had tried to stop them, he really had, but they had taken her and vanished. He had spent the better half of the week making inquiries and tracking them down. He had found her in a gloomy mansion. She was lying on the floor, eyes closed. He had crouched beside her, sweeping her h