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Fic: The Cameraman's Tale (Valiant Tales)

Title: The Cameraman's Tale
Series: Valiant Tales.  Read them in order here.
Rating: G
Characters:
The Master (Simm), other characters
Genre: drabble
Spoilers: Minor spoilers for The Sound of Drums and Last of the Time Lords.
Summary: A series of drabbles about the people who lived, worked, and suffered on the Valiant during the Year That Never Was.  100 words according to MS Word.
Disclaimer: The sandbox belongs to RTD and the BBC. I'm just playing here, in the corner, making little sand-TARDISs.
A/N: They won't go away until I write down what they tell me.  Thanks to wendymr for Brit/Irish-picking.

Oh, and I made a mistake, and accidentally deleted this when trying to correct it.  I think I also deleted someone's comment.  Please don't take it personally.

 

 

The boss said, “Sean, Bill – you’ve got the Valiant assignment!”  We’re still here, working.  Himself broadcasts a daily greeting to his subjects.  “Morning Execution” films here weekly.

Ever watch Monstrous?  The characters are decent people whose own darkness turns them into monsters.  That’s the Valiant.

We split most jobs.  I film the executions.  Earthside, it’s death by Toclafane.  Here, the Master gets creative.  I puked the first time; had nightmares for a week.  I’m getting used to it.  That’s why I do it.

Thing is, I’m single, and older than Bill.  Think I can cope better with becoming a monster.

 

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hab318princess
Oct. 3rd, 2008 08:56 am (UTC)
Ouch, nobody should have to cope with becoming a monster.

Fantastic as ever!
lindenharp
Oct. 3rd, 2008 04:54 pm (UTC)
Unfortunately, the Master makes a lot of people do things that no one should have to do.

Thanks for the comment!
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