I moved quietly through the dark room. I could hear two people ahead of me. "We're almost there," Said a man. I turned my head to look behind me. I didn't see anyone following us. I had my gun ready any way. We stopped in front of a mirror.
"Anna you got the device?" Asked Kawalsky.
"Yeah got it right here," I replied, pulling it out of my bag. I handed it to Kawalsky. He turned the dial on the device, and an image flashed on to the mirror. Suddenly I heard a blast come from behind us. I turned to see Jaffa coming down the hallway.
"Crap, hurry up Kawalsky," I said, turning and firing at the Jaffa. He turned the dial a couple more times before stopping.
"All right come on," He yelled, firing at the Jaffa. I turned towards the mirror. The woman ahead of me went through first. Then I went through, followed by Kawalsky, who was holding the tiny device in his hand. He turned the mirror off.
"Can't follow us now," He said, waving the device in the air. I looked around me. We were in a storage warehouse, probably in area 51. I took a step forward. Suddenly alarms where going off.
"Crap!" I muttered. Suddenly we were surrounded by a group of men.
"Put down your weapons," One of the men said. I set my weapon down on the ground, and Kawalsky did the same…
(Several hours later)
…I was sitting in a small room, waiting for someone to come and interrogate me. I sighed, and sat down in the chair. This room was making me claustrophobic. The door opened, and a man walked in. He sat down in the seat across from me.
"Hello. I'm Colonel Manings," The man said. I just glared at him.
"So would you mind telling me how you got into a top secret military base?" Manings asked.
"I'll only speak to SG-1," I said, curtly, giving him a death glare. He sighed and stood up, and walked out of the room. After a couple of minutes a group of men came to lead me back to the room that they had been keeping me, Kawalsky, and Sha're in. Sha're was sitting on one of the beds, and Kawalsky was pacing back and forth. When we walked into the room Kawalsky stopped pacing and looked up at me.
"You okay?" He asked.
"Yeah I'm fine," I said. I sat down on one of the other beds. I laid back on the bed and closed my eyes…
…I sat up, at the sound of a group of people coming into the room. "You're being moved to the SGC," One of the men said.
"Finally," I grumbled. We followed the men out into the hallway. They lead us through the building and outside to a van. I sat down in one of the seats in the van. Sha're sat down next to me, and Kawalsky sat down next to Sha're. I sat back and closed my eyes trying to fall back asleep. But I was too excited about seeing SG-1 again, that I couldn't sleep. After several hours in that Damn van we finally arrived at the SGC. The men lead us through the familiar hallways of the SGC to a room. The group of men left and I couldn't help but think of our SGC.
I sat down in a chair, trying not to think about our SG-1. After a couple of hours someone finally came to escort us to the briefing room. General Hammond, Colonel O'Neill, Daniel, Teal'c, and Sam where sitting at the table in the middle of the room. I smiled. They all just stared at us, their eyes wide. I could barely believe my eyes, as I stared at the people before me. We all just stared at each other for a minute.
"So would you guys care to explain how you got here?" Asked General Hammond. I nodded my head.
"First of all, I'd like to introduce myself, I'm…" Before I could finish my sentence Jack interrupted me, "Anna," I smiled.
"So you guys do know me. So where am I?" I asked.
They looked at each other. "Oh great, I'm dead aren't I?" I asked. Daniel nodded not really looking at me. I turned to see him staring at Sha're.
"So how did I die?" I asked.
"You died trying to help evacuate a group of people from another planet. The Goa'uld blew the planet up," Said Sam.
"Well that kinda sucks," I stated, frowning.
"Come on get on with how you guys got here," Jack said.
"Right, well about six months ago, the Goa'uld attacked earth. It was so sudden that we had no time to prepare. They had wiped out ten cities before we even knew what was happening," I said looking around the room at my…SG-1.
"The Jaffa infiltrated the SGC. Me, Kawalsky, and Sha're headed for the Quantum Mirror. You guys were supposed to meet us, but…We had to leave without you guys. We brought the control device with us so nobody could follow us," I explained, looking away from the group of people staring at me.
Nobody said anything for a couple of minutes. I looked up at the group of people. Daniel was still staring at Sha're. "So where am I?" Asked Kawalsky.
"Uh well, you see you were infected by an immature Goa'uld, and you died," Jack answered. I looked over at Kawalsky. He had this weird expression on his face.
"Well that sucks," I said. Kawalsky nodded his head.
"What about me?" Asked Sha're.
"I take it in your reality you were also taken as a host?" Asked Sam. Sha're nodded her head.
"I had to kill you," Said Teal'c.
"Okay that's not what I expected," I said.
"Why what happened in your universe?" Asked Daniel.
"Well Teal'c knocked her out with a zat gun. Then we took her to the Tok'ra, and they got the Goa'uld out of her," I answered.
Sha're refused to look at Daniel, but Daniel couldn't seem to keep his eyes off her. I sighed. Today had been a long day, and I was feeling really tired. I'd really thought that I'd never see my team members again, granted they weren't 'my' team mates, but it was still a little bit of a relief to see them. And then there's finding out that your dead in another universe. I needed to get some sleep before I passed out. General Hammond seemed to read my mind.
"Let's get them settled in. I'm sure there tired," He said. I nodded my head. I followed Sam through the SGC. She stopped outside a room.
"Well just call if you need anything," She said.
"Thanks Sam," I said.
"No problem and it's nice to see you again," She said.
"If you don't mind my asking how long ago was it that … I um … died?" I asked.
"About a year," She answered. I nodded my head.
"I think I remember that mission you guys were talking about," I said, yawning, "The only difference is that I managed to get through the gate before the blast hit the planet," Sam smiled at me.
"Night," I said, going into my room.
"Night," Sam said, closing the door. I laid down on the bed, and closed my eyes, and drifted off to sleep…