Chapter 5: Six Doctors
2 years ago:
“Exterminate!” Brayden, the human male companion of the 14th Doctor fell dead in front of Dalek Cin. Dalek Cin turned to face the 14th Doctor. “I see your heart Doctor, your rage, your anger. But you don’t use it.”
Dalek Rook and Dalek Death followed behind the Fourteenth Doctor, a door parted with a hiss. The room was big, the room had a round circular shape, the walls were stone, rugged and jagged stone. Lights had been built into the ceiling, then the Doctor’s eye fell upon a white Supreme Dalek, a Pure Dalek, Dalek Cin.
“Welcome, Doctor.” Dalek Cin said. He looked over at Rook and Death saying two words, “leave us.” The other two Daleks obeyed. They drove away down the hall. The Fourteenth Doctor walked towards Dalek Cin who stood in the middle of the dimly lit room. She stopped a few feet away, holding her anger, she clenched her hands into fists.
“How did you survive?”
“That doesn’t matter. Why are you, angry Doctor?” Dalek Cin replied and with a question of his own.
“No, changing the subject!” The Doctor shouted.
“Why do you cut yourself?” That question caught the Doctor off guard. Dalek Cin continued. “Do you cry at night?” The Doctor was at a lost for words. “I cry,” Dalek Cin’s eye looked down at the ground. The Doctor shook her head no not once but twice.
“I see right through your tricks, Dalek Cin.” The Doctor said. Dalek Cin looked up at her.
“Doctor, since you are now familiar with what is going on here tell me do you know what I plan to do?” Cin asked, the Doctor shook her head, saying no.
“I plan to make you suffer, and convert everyone on earth into Dalek Slaves. Think about it the people you’ve protected so many years turning against you. Ironic how the people who made you President of the World will kill you.”
The Doctor eyes narrowed at Dalek Cin, questions coming to her mind. “Why, don’t you just kill me right now?” She then took a few steps around Dalek Cin. “Why don’t you just exterminate me right here?”
“Because you’ve already been here, and we didn’t pull your TARDISes here, you did,” a girls voice said from somewhere in the darkness. A 19-year-old girl walked forward, in the shadows coming towards them. “You see the thing is Doctor, the plan was just to invade earth and convert humanity into an army, and smash any future evil.” Now the person was in the light, the Doctor gasped. The girl had her black hair in a ponytail. “Your future-self pulled your TARDISes here.” The girl had brown eyes, wearing a black-red hanbok. Part of the wall opened to reveal another room a blue police box, with two Daleks guarding it. “Well, our future regeneration’s TARDIS pulled the three of you here.”
“Impossible,” the Doctor said. She blinked and rubbed her eyes not wanting to believe who was standing infront of her.
“Not impossible just a bit unlikely.” The girl smiled, “A simple continuity bomb showed me the light, oh, and I think the Doctor is a boring name I prefer…the Ideal.”
“Oh no!” Panic hit the Fourteenth Doctor like a freight train. “Where is the Thirteenth and Twelfth me? Tell me!”
The Ideal smiled not a smile of sympathy but a smile of cruelty. “In fact, we all came here earlier. We were going to conquer the earth, but our future regeneration had to pull your TARDISes here, just for the same thing to happen again.”
“Tell me where are they!” The Doctor shouted again.
“They’re also about to meet themselves.” The Ideal smiled.