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TORCHWOOD: TNEF: PROLOGUE
In the farthest reaches of space a lone ship floated in the darkness. Watching the stars as they flickered in the night sky a lone pony sat at the helm of the space vessel. She yawned, just wishing that her shift would end, so that one of her other teammates could take over. She was just about to doze off when a buzzer went off by her head. She shrieked and jumped. Having the sound amplified by her mechanical left ear was bad enough, but the fact that she was naturally jumpy didn't help either. She looked out into space and saw something fly across the ship's cockpit. It looked like it was headed just a hair south of the New Equestria Colony. She pulled the communicator from above her head and placed it next to her mouth.
"Iris to Spade, Iris to Spade, do you copy Spade?"
"I'm right underneath you, Iris," Spade grumbled on the intercom, "I don't need all of that 'do you copy' nonsense!"
Iris sighed. "I get that, Spade, but we've got to follow protocol. I just saw something up in quadra
DWF: The Lost Episode Preview
LOST EPISODE - DON'T CRY
The TARDIS was in flight through space, simply flying leisurely before any specific coordinates had been specified. The Doctor was mumbling to himself while tuning the basic controls, unable to figure out where a certain blip in the coordinate plotter was coming from. Applejack watched, partially amused, as the Doctor struggled to figure out what the problem was. She trotted over to the exhausted Doctor and eyed the console.
"Havin' a bit of trouble with your machine there, Doc?"
"I still don't know why I let you call me that," The Doctor mumbled, "but I really don't have the time to be worried about that right now. There's something appearing on the coordinate plotter, and no matter how hard I try to home in on the blip the TARDIS won't respond."
"Maybe all it really needs is a swift kick," Applejack grinned.
"No, I promised I would take you someplace to make up for the whole Nestine business, I don't need you muddling up the coordinates. To think that you wer
DEATH TO THE DOCTOR: CHAPTER 5
CHAPTER 5 WE SHALL FARE WELL
"Well, what do we have here?" The Doctor had stepped out of his ship and was examining the area in front of him. He had reappeared somewhere underground. No light entered the chamber except for the light of the time machine and the light of a curious device that stood in the middle of the stone chamber. It looked just as big as the TARDIS itself, but it bore no chameleon circuit. The doors to the machine had been left open, revealing rows upon rows of computing equipment. The Doctor pulled out his sonic screwdriver and examined the earth above his head. "We're some ways down," the Doctor murmured, "just about forty feet below the surface we're right underneath Equestria."
"And that surprises you?" The colt had reappeared, this time without any signs of battle damage from the fighting earlier.
"No, not really," The Doctor smiled, "it would explain how you were able to erase the minds of everyone above. But you are one complex thing, aren't you?
DEATH TO THE DOCTOR: CHAPTER 4
CHAPTER 4 THE COLD FLAMES
Several thousands of light-years away the TARDIS rematerialized on a planet called The Devil's Cauldron. The Doctor had taken Applejack here once to visit the sights. The planet was in its earlier stages of life, still a volcanic ball floating in space. What made the planet so remarkable to the colonists that discovered it was that its heat is so intense that the majority of its surface area was covered in oceans of molten rock. The Doctor only came once to see the volcanoes erupting; he didn't expect to come back to fight a battle. The time machine swung violently as it appeared in the sulfur rich atmosphere of The Devil's Cauldron. The doors flew open, and out popped the Doctor's head, lightly battered and hanging on for life as the colt tried to force him out to the lava ocean below.
"What's a matter, Doctor," The unknown colt roared, "can't take the heat?"
"Get away from me," The Doctor choked.
"Oh, really threatening," The colt cried out sarcastica
DEATH TO THE DOCTOR: CHAPTER 3
CHAPTER 3 REMEMBER ME!
When the Doctor awoke he found himself on a grassy hill just outside of Ponyville. The breeze was gently flowing through his mane, and now and again he could hear the songs of the birds in the trees behind him. He inhaled the soft scent of fresh grass and grunted as he lifted his sore body up off the ground. He looked about to try and locate the mysterious colt, but somehow he had disappeared.
"Don't worry, Doctor," he heard the voice of the colt in his head, "I am still watching over you, making sure you see exactly what I want you to see."
"What do you want me to do," the Doctor asked aloud, "what is it that you have done that you are so eager for me to see?"
"I want you to walk into Ponyville. I want you to see what it's like there now." The Doctor sighed and slowly began his journey into the town, not knowing of what he was about to encounter in the Town Square.
It was in the afternoon, and all the ponies of Ponyville were ambling about, not in a rush
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