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Ark Angel

By Enna Morrison

Action / Adventure

Remembering The Plan

It had bin a year since Nights family had gotten back together, and since Torchwood 4 had become huge. Night had grown so much and had better control of her powers. The twins had regenerated, and looked slightly different.

Layla had long brown hair that reached her mid back, Cinder had wavier hair. Both there eyes had stayed lavender.

"I have lock on the Daleks. How the hell did we forget about them!" Night snapped looking at the computer. Quickly she was surrounded by the rest of her team.

"I think we have a bigger problem. There's a very strong signal coming from down the block. " Donna said from her computer, looking up and hissing.

"Now that we have covered your problem with Daleks. Why is this signal coming from a cemetery?" Fin asked pointing to the screen.

"Weeping Angels." The Doctor hissed as Night climbed into the van.

"It's not safe!" He yelled as the rest of the team, sighing as he climbed in after them.


"Look. If were going to do this at least listen to me. No one blinks. If it gets bad we are out of there.You can't kill these things." The Doctor rambled as Ianto drove towards the certainty.
"Or we could shoot them with explosions, and then they would die no mater what." Night added smiling at her brother.
"No you cant look at a explosion. Night your putting yourself in danger."
"When don't I! I put myself in danger to find you! I put myself in so much danger to find my lost brother and get protection!" Night snapped glaring at the man.
"Maybe this is what happens when you travel alone." The doctor hissed and Night glared.
"I don't travel alone all that often."
"She doesn't sleep all that much however."Jack added concerned about the girl.
"She'll pass out soon." He added quietly.

Once the group reached the graveyard Night was asleep. It was just about the middle of the night and she had not slept very good the night before. It probably didn't help that she never really slept at all.
"What do you want me to do?" Ianto asked looking at Jack.
"Back to base, thank you for taking the longest way you could." Jack responded and Ianto nodded.

Once the group made it back to the base. Night was lay down in her bed. The Doctor seamed to be about to cry. Once he got back into the main room, he turned to Fin.
"What was that about!" He hissed glaring at the girl.
" Night never talks about it. She wakes up from such bad dreams, and that's when she sleeps to begin with. Now if you will excuse me, I have to go calm her down when she wakes up in about ten seconds." Fin hissed back glaring at the man.

Sadly, Fin was on the point about the timing and the second she walked in, Night shot up throwing a pillow at the wall.
"Shhhh. Night do you want to talk about it?" She asked cradling Night in her arms.
"I can never forgive myself. I nearly got myself killed and he tried to save me. I lost it Fin, I cant ever forget. I cant ever do it. I am messed up." Night whimpered looking over at the girl.
"No your not. Your my best friend, my girl friend." Fin pulled Night in close as they sat on her bed. "I love you Night."
"I love you too Fin." Night whispered and Fin gently pulled her into a laying down position. Covering up the two fell asleep.
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