"You're right," he muttered to Lea as time resumed. The Master, sorrowful worn eyes glancing one last time at the girl, no longer frozen, forced his weary legs to start walking, back where they had come from, back to his TARDIS. His mind wandered at the marvels of the universe, that on this day he'd met a kindred soul in Syra and in Lea in their own ways. It was a shame that he was going to destroy the universe, according to the Hive. Of course that was his next order of business, destroying the people actually responsible for his daughter's death. The Hive had to go. The familiar whirring of a time and relative dimension in space echoed quietly, then it was gone.
'He enjoyed being afraid of the dark a little too much and it swallowed him' - The 2nd Doctor
'The Time Lord's most infamous child' - Rassilon
'His methods aren't the most orthodox but he gets results' - Sophie Smith
'You do know your cat probably has more sanity than you do' - Robin Terrell