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IA #24 - Remiel

"Why should changing one little thing, saving one life, destroy the universe? How is the universe ever going to know? It can't be watching all the time."

The time has come: after losing the man he loved to uncaring tides of History, the Doctor's most flambouyent and deliberately shallow companion has decided to call it quits and go home. No more loss, no more adventures, no more saving the world. Only it's not that easy to walk away. It never is.

A bungled assassination attempt results in Luke stealing the TARDIS to undo the horrific consequences only to end causing more harm than he could have imagined. Unable to stop him, the Doctor instead finds causality fracturing around himself as he investigates the use of an insideous technology that doesn't belong in this time or place. A technology that's letting Kirena hunt down the people who murdered her.

You might be able to cheat Death, but you can't run forever.

This is another round-robin story featuring the 8th Doctor, Kirena and Luke.

Certain characters in this story (mentioning no names) may be copyright the BBC, and/or Fox, and/or Virgin Publishing. Each chapter is © its author, as credited below.

The blurb you see above was whipped up in more than 5 minutes by The Evil Lord Zog. The moderator for this story was Alan Taylor. The cover was designed by Jon Andersen.

If you would prefer to read this story offline, you can download a Zip archive containing all the chapters by clicking here.

This story's entry in the Internet Adventures Discontinuity Guide can be read here.

Below are the chapters; just click on the one you want to read:

The original template for this document was created by James Farmer and modified by Jon Andersen

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