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PostSubject: Message in a Bottle (Theta)   Sun Jul 26, 2015 5:44 pm

Jenny had gone many places since leaving Messaline, she had acquired two quad blasters, which, while sounding violent, had actually enabled the time lady to solve problems in much more peaceful ways, as she had learned from her dad. It had seemed like ages since her dad had left Messaline, not knowing that she had revived moments after.

This brought her to the planet she was on now, Cashel. It was inhabited by humans, and there she found a way to contact her father. She had found a man in a Cantina, who began explaining how messages used to be placed in bottles, and thrown into the sea. This gave Jenny an idea.

The blonde pulled out whatever writing utensil she had, and began scribbling out a letter to her dad, making a few copies in case the first one didn't work.

Hi Dad,

It's Jenny, your daughter from the progeneration machine on Messaline. I know you probably think I died after General Cobb shot me (it sure looked that way, I know), but I revived...somehow, still haven't figured that one out yet (you probably could?). Anyways, I stole a shuttlecraft right after I revived, and have been having tons of fun exploring, just like you and Donna told me about. I don't know how to find you, so I'm hoping this message in a bottle thing works out. Right now, I'm at a Cantina on a planet called Cashel, there are a bunch of humans here, so I think I'm safe, I'll be staying here for a bit, just in case you find this. I hope I can make you proud.

Love,

Jenny


Jenny scrawled in big letters on the outside of the paper of each one, "TO: THE DOCTOR" before rolling them up and shoving them inside their respective empty beer bottles. The blonde then promptly hovered above the planets atmosphere in the shuttlecraft, and ejected the bottles into space before returning to the planet's surface, hoping her dad would find it in time.
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PostSubject: Re: Message in a Bottle (Theta)   Sun Jul 26, 2015 7:16 pm

"What is it?"

Theta Sigma hovered over the console of his TARDIS, taking in the sight of a foreign object right outside the doors, floating about in the zero gravity. He brushed back some of the hair that hung in front of his face behind an ear, and using his other hand, enlarged the image. It looked like a bottle of come sort, and he'd normally discount it as space litter, but the object had something rolled up neatly inside of it, which would make just about anyone curious. He straightened up and walked over to the doors to retrieve the object.

"It's not dangerous, is it?" as he leaned out of the doors to grab the object, air shield firmly in place, Lady hummed her negative. He nodded in acknowledgment, bringing the object back over to the console to study further.

"Hm..." Theta turned the chilled glass capsule around in his hands, trying to discern what it could be, other than a commonplace piece of litter. Finding the top, cork embedded firmly in place, the Timelord tried to tug it out to get to the paper inside. It didn't budge, however, too wedged into place as it was. Shrugging, Theta placed the capsule into a small scanner on Lady's console.

"Think you could track that for me? I'm curious to know where it came from... it looks a lot like it's from Earth, right Lady?" Lady hummed a negative again, making him raise his brows in question. If not Earth, where else could it have originated? Perhaps another human planet out there... unless there was another species out there so fond of Earth-like glass and paper.

Moments later, on Cashel, a black box materialized, hidden within a shady alcove outside a building. A few passerbys gave it a surprised look, but as the building it was parked next to was a bar, and said passerbys had been drinking, they wrote it all off as being too drunk and seeing things. Who would have a teleporting box, after all, especially one that small? It looked barely big enough for a person, let alone to house a teleportation mechanism!

(very poor reply, sorry ^^" this is my first time trying out regen 2, so I'm still struggling with how to write him)

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PostSubject: Re: Message in a Bottle (Theta)   Sun Jul 26, 2015 7:48 pm

Jenny was sitting in the corner of the cantina a few hours after she had sent out her message, playing solitaire with a deck of cards she had acquired from the bartender when she heard a high pitched noise emanating from just outside the cantina. The blonde perked up, it didn't sound like anything else she had heard from her time on this planet, so it had to have been him, right?

The time lady shoved the playing cards into her pack and slung it over her shoulder before exiting the cantina, her blonde ponytail bouncing as she walked. Outside, she found a black box, about the same size as her father's TARDIS. Jenny rounded the object, "Hello? Dad?" she called, hoping this wasn't just some random person, it had to have been her dad right? He had to have gotten her message, it was addressed to him after all. "Did you get my message?" she questioned, still searching the box for a door.

((my reply is worse, waaay too short, sorry that its so short!!))
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PostSubject: Re: Message in a Bottle (Theta)   Sun Jul 26, 2015 9:34 pm

There was a call from outside the TARDIS, though the words were indisduingishable because of the closed door. Er... or lack of door, as the case may be. He quickly brought up a hologram panel to make the one appear, and jogged over to the freshly created door to see who was on the other side, bringing the unopened bottle with him. The fish swam in schools nearby and watched him curiously as he went, flashing bright colors randomly, as if trying to communicate in morse.

In front of Jenny, a door etched itself into the black surface of the box, a glowing green line that started at the corners of the box and eventually made its way down the middle, creating two silver door handles along the way. The surface of the doors, once created, also began to glow a dim green. Then... they opened.

"Er... is this yours?"

Theta tilted his head at the blonde haired girl in front of him, not recognizing her but supposing she must have known the Doctor, or one of his companions at some point, as she didn't look too surprised at the sudden appearance of a bigger on the inside box. He raised the bottle so she could see what he was talking about, then handed it over, after he'd seen recognition in the girl's eyes.

"It kind of bumped into my TARDIS, you see, and I got curious. Why'd you send out a bottle into space, anyhow?" Theta leaned against the doorframe, crossing his arms, blue-grey eyes peering out curiously from under his auburn fringe. Underneath his light blue coat, a grey t-shirt proclaiming some lame joke about sums and pi peeked out, hopefully making him seem a little less alien and a little more akin to a geeky college student. Er... to humans, that is.

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PostSubject: Re: Message in a Bottle (Theta)   Sun Jul 26, 2015 9:48 pm

Jenny stepped back from the box as a door appeared, lined in green, and a man who definitely wasn't' her father stepped out, handing her back one of her messages, "Yeah, that's mine." she replied, taking the bottle back, her expression falling a bit once she realized the message hadn't gotten sent to her father.

"Oh, I was looking for my dad, The Doctor, a man in the cantina here told me all about messages in bottles that were sent to the sea, and I decided to try to send one to him via space, hoping he'd find it." she explained, taking the cork off of the bottle and showing him the outside of the letter, addressed to her dad. "I actually sent a few out, just in case." the time lady added, brushing a blonde strand of hair out of her face and behind her ear.

"You said TARDIS, before, are you also a time lord?" she inquired, the hope returning to her blue eyes, her dad said there weren't any others, but maybe he was wrong, and he hadn't found any yet.
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PostSubject: Re: Message in a Bottle (Theta)   Sat Aug 01, 2015 9:03 pm

"The Doctor? Oh, I know lots of him. Er, lots of his incarnations, I mean"

Theta stood up straight again, studying Jenny curiously, noting how she called the Doctor her 'dad' "You said you were his daughter? Didn't know he had any kids... then again, blimey, he's old enough for it!"

Theta grinned to himself in amusement for a moment, before another thought occurred. He piped up with his Austrailan voice, asking the question on his mind "Does that mean you're a... Timelady? You aren't from Gallifrey, are you? Could have sworn that planet was locked up for good, in this universe"

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PostSubject: Re: Message in a Bottle (Theta)   Sat Aug 01, 2015 10:29 pm

"Incarnations?" Jenny questioned, she had no idea what he was talking about, but from what she understood incarnations were different lives, from what she knew her dad only had the one.

"Well..." she said, almost exactly the way her dad did, "I was made on Messaline, in this thing called a Progenation machine." she explained, "The planet was in a war between humans and the Hath, and each side had these machines that, via a skin sample, created offspring, for use as new soldiers, when there's only one parent." she continued, "My dad's hand was put in there, and I came out, like this, I wasn't exactly a kid or anything, knowing a bunch of military stuff." she finished, as if it wasn't really too big of a deal, it was all she knew.

"So, yes, I'm a time lady, due to my dad's genes, but I'm not from Gallifrey. All I know about Gallifrey was what my dad told me, a war of sorts." she explained, "I have two hearts and everything." she finished, referring to what her dad and Donna had mentioned back on Messaline.
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