The Bird (Doctor Who Fanfic) Chapter 23Chapter 23: Doppelganger
“Doc, you’re a great guy, but you’re such a slob,” I whispered to myself, rummaging through his drawer hurriedly. I wanted to get this done quickly so I could go out and prevent the two of them from strangling each other. What worried me was that the two of them would tell me how to repair the device differently. One would make it to detect Time Lords, and one would make it to detect Zygons, and I would have no idea which one to trust in repairing it.
Rummaging faster, I found something that looked like the sonic screwdriver blueprint I’d seen before. Knowing that was supposed to be a surprise, I quickly shoved it back under the papers, spare machine parts, tiny gadgets, and general debris that filled the drawer nearly to bursting. I kept digging, finally discovering some sort of device with lots of wires and tiny gadgets all over it. I sighed, hoping it was what I was looking for.
Taking the device I had found, I dashed back down
The Bird (Doctor Who Fanfic) Chapter 22Chapter 22: Crashed
The TARDIS was jerking out of control. No matter what the Doctor tried, we kept spinning through time and space, holding onto the console to keep from toppling away. Giving it a try, I tried working the console, but nothing was working. The TARDIS had a mind of her own.
Jerking around, I was becoming increasingly dizzy. The whip-lash I was experiencing was immensely painful, and I was finding it hard to hold on.
“Doctor!” I shouted over the sound the TARDIS was making. She sounded ill. “What’s going on?!”
“I dunno!” he shouted back. “She’s getting pulled by something, and I can’t stop it!”
The floor was shaking alarmingly, and the only thing that was stopping me from going flying through the air into the ceiling or a wall was the fact that I was gripping the console. But the console didn’t have any sufficient handholds, and I was dizzy.
Feeling my grip start to loosen against my will, I just had