The Case- Wholock part 3*
The Doctor stepped out of the TARDIS doors onto a busy London street, he didn't look up at first just at the pavements, grotty like all city streets yet still elegant in there uniformity. That's when he looked up at his surroundings, there was a large spaceship dominating the middle of the street. The tarmac was ripped apart as it must of crashed and carried on down the street, it was deserted apart from the milling about of forensics taking samples of the ship and surroundings. It had only just crashed, parts of it were still smouldering, he had landed in the middle of a space ship crash investigation. He took a step forward of the curb and decided to ask what was going on; he walked up to the closest forensic scientist and tapped him on the shoulder. He turned around with a very disgruntled expression, "Hello im The Doctor, can I ask what happened here?" he announced fixing his bow tie and grinning like an idiot. The man turned around to face the timelord, he
The Case-Wholock part 2*
The TARDIS was doing its trademark style of throwing The Doctor around as it navigated the time vortex. This inevitably caused The Doctor to hold onto the sides of the console as his ship was hurtled through time and space. It got to the stage where he could lean his whole body out levitating above the floor with the sheer velocity of it. Even for her this seemed like an overly bumpy ride he thought. None the less of his predicament The Doctor smiled, this action seemed normal, he really did feel like he was on an adventure, the magic, if not totally seemed to have returned and his eyes glittered in the lights of the TARDIS of the delight.
Then as suddenly as it had started the TARDIS came to a halt, throwing The Doctor across the glass floor until he collided with the barrier on the other side. He giggled, lightly at first but then full blown laughter, he just sat there, feeling his ribs were all broken but feeling so much better for the experience, he was such a weird being sometim
The Case - Wholock part 1Wholock
All seemed calm in the TARDIS control room, the time rotor rose and fell rhythmically with her humming. The Doctor sat on the steps looking at her console, he sighed traveling alone always made him feel weary. He continued to just sit there, looking he assumed at the indents in the opposite wall, he had nowhere to go; no drive for adventure, the beauty of the universe didn't register to him anymore. Every star that he could see being born would have an ending, just a story among the library of stories he travelled aimlessly. He stood up, he didn't know for what reason but it was better than sitting there all day. He crossed to the console, and placed his hand on the side of her "The one who never leaves" he whispered, the Tardis seemed to change her tune of humming slightly in acknowledgement. He took a deep breath and decided he would just have to go somewhere and trouble would soon find him, he crossed to the other side of the console and for the first time in a lo
SherlockxJohn Welcome HomeJohn sat on Sherlock's bed, clutching his scarf in his hands, he brought it up to his nose to sniff it, Sherlock's smell was staring to fade, he clutched it tighter holding onto his last memory, his last hope of Sherlock being alive. He could feel the tears coming, they always did, he let them roll down his cheeks now, long since giving up the fight to stop them. Part of him just felt, knew that Sherlock wasn't a fake, he couldn't be, he trusted him, the first person he ever trusted completely. His therapist had said he had trust issues, but he trusted Sherlock trusted every word he said knew that he was more complex more brilliant than he could understand, safe with him.
He chuckled at himself through the tears, safe was the last thing he was with Sherlock Holmes, but he felt safe proteceted and happy, that was all he asked for. He didn't want to be alone cold and frightened he needed his warm Sherlock back, he couldn't handle being on his own like this, more tears came as he knew the