The Elder Scrolls: AKAVIR - Chapter IICHAPTER II
Lydia sat quietly on her bed in her room in Windstad Manor in the misty woods of Hjaalmarch, reading a book by the candlelight. She was clothed simply in her nightdress with a warm shawl wrapped around her shoulders.
A moment later, Aravis came into the manor's main hall through the front door and proceeded into her room. Aravis carefully removed her quiver and bow from her back and unbuckled her sheathed sword from her waist and placed them all safely inside a chest. Aravis took off her boots and rubbed her feet, now sore from walking from Falkreath to Morthal.
"I knew I should have taken a cart," the Dark Elf muttered to herself.
After some time spent removing her Nightingale Armor, Aravis slipped into some more comfortable robes. She came into the room of her dear friend Lydia who, upon seeing Aravis, stood and welcomed her with a smile and a warm embrace. Aravis replied by biting her vampiric teeth into her friend's neck and drinking thirst
The Elder Scrolls: AKAVIR - Chapter IThe Elder Scrolls: AKAVIR
It was night in Skyrim. The two moons of Nirn, Secunda and Masser shone brightly over land accompanied by the ethereal colors of an aurora. A small group of Stormcloak soldiers walked through the woods of Falkreath Hold, guiding themselves through the dark path with torches. They stopped upon coming to a small clearing.
"This should be a suitable place," said the captain. "Alright men, let's set up camp. And do it quickly too. By Ysmir, I don't like these shadows."
The soldiers began to pitch tents and prepare a fire. The captain kept watch over the sight. Suddenly, he heard a rustle. The captain turned towards the sound but then decided to dismiss it as an animal running through the brush. Then, he glimpsed a figure dashing past a tree at the edge of the reach of his torch's light.
"Alright, enough games!" the captain exclaimed, drawing his sword. "I know you're there, now show yo
''A Tale of Two Tales'' - Chapter 6CHAPTER 6
The Doctor pulled back in the main throttle lever, returning the TARDIS back to full flight. He hurriedly powered up the defensive shields and activated the dimensional stabilizers.
"Doctor, what's wrong?" a worried Cywren asked.
"Oh, I am so thick! Blimey, I'm getting old," the Doctor responded, slapping his forehead. "Alduin didn't just go back into the currents of time, he went into the Time Vortex! The Time Vortex is the currents of time!"
Just then, the three travelers' ears were filled with a deathly, deafening roar.
"I know that roar," Vahl said with horror. "Brace yourselves!"
Before they could do anything, a voice of pure evil issued a Shout.
"Fus Ro DAH!"
The TARDIS was violently struck by the Thu'um and the small Police Box was sent spiraling out of the Time Vortex, torn from the currents of time and sent it spinning out into the nothingness of the Void. Sparks flew from the time machine's console as the Doctor lost control of his Ship
''A Tale of Two Tales'' - Chapter 5CHAPTER 5
Cywren lay quietly in bed in her sleeping quarters. After having cleaned herself up, she changed from her torn, bloodied, bullet-riddled adventuring clothes into her old blue and yellow Vault 101 jumpsuit.
Cywren stared at the ceiling. While she was tired, she found it incredibly hard to sleep. She listened to the ubiquitous sighing hum that the TARDIS made as she thought back to all the amazing things she witnessed in just one day. Other worlds, ancient prophecies, dragons...Cywren's mind was simply dazzled by all this.
Cywren sighed with delight and put her glasses on the nightstand beside her bed. As she was about to pull the covers over herself when she heard Vahl walking down the hall outside the door. Cywren actually thought she heard the Dark Elf crying. Cywren quickly got out of bed and silently followed Vahl into the living quarters.
Cywren tip-toed into the TARDIS' living quarters. Peeking around the doorway, she saw
''A Tale of Two Tales'' - Chapter 4CHAPTER 4
The TARDIS' engines gave out their distinctive sound as the Ship traveled through the hazardous realm of the Time Vortex. Inside the time machine, Cywren watched with interest as the Doctor and Vahl worked together to guide the Ship through space and time.
Cywren began to feel tired and headed towards the living quarters. As she crossed the control platform, she couldn't help but feel that the Doctor was hiding something from her. Still, she managed a smile and descended the stairway down to the TARDIS' living quarters.
"She's a good girl," said Vahl. "What's her story?"
"She's from late 23rd-century Earth," the Doctor explained. "Lived most of her life underground, actually, in a Vault too."
"That sounds terrible!" Vahl exclaimed.
"Oh no, it's what I love about humans," the Doctor replied. "Even after all hope seems lost, they still somehow, in near improbable probability, find a way out. You see, there was a war. A terrible one, soc
Doctor Who - ''One Day'' - Chapter 9Chapter 9
The commotion came to a standstill. Clara, Susan, and the Doctor quickly glanced at each other to make sure that they were all alright. The Doctor nervously tried the flight controls again, but nothing was working. The time machine had stopped. He checked the readout on the onboard monitor.
“FORCED SPATIAL DISPLACEMENT,” the screen displayed. “TEMPORARY DAMAGE TO MAIN DRIVE ENGINES, REPAIRS IN PROGRESS.”
“Well, isn’t that just brilliant?” the Doctor muttered in angry sarcasm.
“What is it?” a worried Clara asked.
“The TARDIS is stuck, she was forced to go somewhere she didn’t want” the Doctor answered. “But that’s not the big problem at hand, now is it?”
“It’s something with the power to take over the Ship, throw it off course,” Susan added. “But what?”
“I very much hope that it’s not what I think,”