Year 345, Month 14, Day 12
Dating a Timelord's personal diary thing is completely useless. Note to self: Never purchase a pre-dated diary EVER AGAIN.
Woke up. Brushed teeth and hair (sort of on the latter), put on shoes and suit and all that. Not necessarily in that order.
Arrived at Devalocaur with Martha and the cat. Still have yet to get rid of cat. Is particularly frustrating. Got shoes muddy in rain. Must write down to clean them later today.
Martha met a particularly unpleasant man, said she was going to be killed. There're no children around here. Lots of empty buildings. We're going to keep looking around. I'll do the usual. Poke around. Make a spectacular amount of friends. It'll be brilliant.
Discovered it's actually 43:24 in Devalocaur Time.
The townspeople are being stranger than I'd expected them to be. They're suspicious. I think something is going on.
Tried the local cuisine. Not bad, really. The local bartender, one Jake by name, says that all the children of the generation were killed in a holocaust of the ninth. Ninth what? Well, that appears to be the question. Going to get something to wet my throat, and then we're off to see the Grand Chancellor. How exciting!
Ran for our lives a bit. The Grand Chancellor is dead. Murdered. Stabbed with his own gavel. The magistrate seem to be unsure which way to go next.
Martha appears to have gone missing.
Witnesses say Martha was kidnapped. I'm being followed. I'm now certain that there's a conspiracy against the town, and they have
Don't forget to clean your trainers.
Escaped at last! Personal artifacts taken when I was captured by the bretheren of the Nine Realms. That's the Nine Realms of Mandragora, as I suspected when I discovered that they had wiped out a generation, sealing the generation's energy and using it as fuel to bring the rest of the species down on the planet. The Devalocians thought the lights in the sky were a bad omen. The General Chancellor knew what was going on,
The cat's still around though.
Muse: The Doctor (Ten)
Fandom: Doctor Who
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