10: Journey's End.

Disclaimer: I do not own Doctor Who, Torchwood, or anything from BBC America. I do, however, own the plot!

What if the 10th Doctor had regenerated in Journey's end, into the 11th? What chaos would ensue, what lives would be ended, changed, or saved?

Lets find out, shall we?


(Jtlyk, [just to let you know] this is probably going t be the shortest and most boring chapter. I wrote most of it while watching The Stolen Earth & Journey's End, so it follows the dialogue a lot [although not acuratly, as i couldnt find the remote, so i couldnt pause or rewind to check if i typed it correctly], until the next chap.)



Prologue: The Regenerist.

"Get him back to the TARDIS!" Captain Jack Harkness shouted as he hefted the two massive alien-tech guns in his hands, scanning the area quickly but closely; missing no details. Seeing no further threats, he backed quickly into the TARDIS, slamming the doors shut.

"Wha—what do we do, there must be some medicine or something!" Donna Noble shouted, as the Doctor lay, groaning in pain, on the floor of the TARDIS.

"Get back" Jack said loudly, pulling on Donna and Rose Tyler's arms.

"What?" Donna said incredulously, staring at Jack.

"He's dying, and you know what happens next"

"What, what do you mean, what happens next?"

"It's starting." The Doctor gasped, pulling himself with difficulty into a standing position, leaning on the Tardis' console.

"Here we go! Good luck doctor" Jack shouted, pulling Rose and Donna back into a corner, while Donna, panicking, asked:

"Will someone tell me what's going on?"

"When he's close to dying, his body, it like, repairs itself." Rose told her, and then she looked heartbrokenly at the Doctor. "But you can't…"

"I'm sorry—I'm regenerating!" The Doctor whispered to her, before his arms were thrown out and a blast of golden light shot out, shining from his face and arms, making it impossible to see his face, while explosions erupted all around the console, raining sparks down on the dying Doctor's terrified and awed companions.

There you go! A stupid beginning, I know, but just wait until you see what happens next! And No, this story does not end with the Daleks and Davros!

I want 10 reviews, in honor of our (not so recently) fallen Hero, the 10th Doctor, as played by David Tennent. I almost cried when I watched The End Of Time, and probably would have, if we didn't watch the entire 3 hours at once…got a bit boring after awhile, plus, I was really confused and weirded out with the Master, even though he was hilarious…

Hmm…anyone know if the two Time Lords who voted against the rise of Galifrey were his parents? Or possibly his granddaughter Susan, and someone else?