• Published 8th Jul 2015
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Doctor Whooves: When Universes Collide - Draconaquest



Omega has crossed Gaea with Earth, creating an unstable planet, and only the Doctor can stop it. But, this time, it will take two sets of elements of harmony, as well as a second Doctor.

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Duplication Collaboration

Twilight quickly buttoned-up her lab coat, stuffing her pockets full of several odds, and ends. She shoved her laptop into her backpack, hauling it over her shoulder. She quickly grabbed Spike, and shoved him into his kennel, locking the door. "Don't worry Spike, I'll be back soon."

Spike whimpered a little bit, but Twilight ignored him, and ran toward the door. As an after thought, she put a few milk bones into Spike's kennel.

Twilight stormed out of her apartment, locking the door behind her, and run down the flights of stairs. She shoved the building doors open, and pulled out her cell phone. "Cloudchaser! I need a plane!"

Cloudchaser, who was sitting at home, said, "What kind?"

"Something quick!" Twilight replied, "I need to get to Canterlot!"

"Where should I meet you?"

"The mall parking lot!" Twilight said, and jogged toward the mall.


"Cadance!" Twilight shouted, going to hug her sister in-law, "Sunshine, Sunshine, ladybugs awake, clap your-"

"Did you say clap, or clop?" The Doctor asked, who was behind Twilight.

"Doesn't matter." Cadance said. "Doctor, good to see you again."

The Doctor rolled his eyes. "I'm not him. I'm a different him. It's...uh...it's complicated."

"How'd you know it was him?" Twilight asked.

"The blue box." Cadance replied.

Once again, the polarity had shifted, and they were ponies again. "Okay, Doctor," Twilight began, "why did we come to the Crystal Empire?"

"The Crystal Heart," the Doctor said, "I need to see it."

Cadance led the Doctor, and Twilight to the Crystal Heart, which Shining Armor was guarding. "Oh no..." the Doctor said, upon gazing at the Heart.

"Who are you?" Shining Armor asked, pushing the Doctor away, "Name, rank, and intent."

"The Doctor, doctor, saving the world, now if you don't mind, I need to get a look at that." He pushed Shining Armor out of the way, and scanned the Heart with his screwdriver.

"I thought he looked different..." Shining Armor said, now standing next to Twilight.

"It's a different version." Cadance said.

"Huh?"

"It's a uh..." Cadance stuttered.

"Wibbly wobbly timey wimey." Twilight interrupted.

"We have a problem," the Doctor said, walking toward the royal family, "Something is draining all the magic from the Crystal Heart."

"Just like the Elements of Harmony." Twilight said.

"Exactly," the Doctor confirmed, "someone, or something, is draining all magic from magical artifacts, such as the Elements, and the Heart."

"But, why?" Cadance asked.

"Think about it," the Doctor said, "these are the most powerful magical objects in Equestria, perhaps on Gaea, and, without them, we're virtually powerless. I wonder..."

"Wonder what?" Shining Armor asked.

"Are some of the lesser known magical items were affected..." the Doctor asked.

"Lesser known?" Cadance asked.

"Like the Alicorn Amulet, Meadowbrook's eight enchanted items, were they affected too?"

"There's only one way to find out." Twilight said.

"Yep." The Doctor confirmed. "We need to break into a museum."


"MAGICAL DRAINING 73 PERCENT COMPLETE!" The System Dalek said.

"Let's see..." Omega said, "shall we move on to phase two?" No Dalek spoke. "I want your opinion."

"DALEKS DO NOT HAVE OPINIONS!" A Dalek replied.

"Remind me to alter your programing." Omega said.

"ALERT!" A Dalek said.

"What is it?" Omega asked, skipping toward the Dalek that spoke.

"REMINDER: ALTER DALEK PROGRAMMING!" The Dalek said.

"No, no, no, tell me later." Omega said, walking off.

"WHEN?!"

"When this whole ordeal is over." Omega said.

"UNDERSTOOD!" The Dalek said.

"Alright then," Omega began, "let's move on to phase two, shall we? Release the Dalek Battle Fleet, wave one!"


Twilight hated flying. She avoided planes at all costs, except when she had to do use one. Odd, considering she had a flying license. Could it be worse? Yes. In fact, it was. She was having to fly through a storm. And, for a while, she was a pony, fortunately, she was a human now.

Her GPS said she was a few miles away from Canterlot, and considering she was using a prop, she was going to have a interesting time landing.

Suddenly, the plane shook violently. "What?" Twilight mumbled to herself. She couldn't tell what caused the plane to shake, and it was more violent than any turbulence she has heard of. Then, she saw a blue light, very faint, along with a pair of flashing lights, a little bit higher than the blue light.

They light appeared to be getting closer, slightly shrouded by the clouds, and the top lights were flashing in a pattern. She couldn't make it out. Twilight squinted to make them out, when they became apart of what appeared to be a large tin can, shaped to be like a special casing. She thought she heard a voice coming from it. She listened carefully. "EXTERMINATE!" The voice got louder. "EXTERMINATE!" Then it got very loud "EXTERMINATE!" Twilight saw the machine heading toward her, and then she saw a bright blue laser being shot at her plane, and, then, she swerved to the left, causing the laser to hit her right wing.

"ARGH!" Twilight shouted, as her plane began to dive bomb. Her wright wing was on fire, leaving a smoke trail behind her, which blended into the clouds. She opened a communication channel. "Mayday, mayday, this is India Delta Alpha Charlie, I am crashing, requesting assistance, over!"


"It's bigger on the inside." Rarity exclaimed, stepping into the TARDIS.

"Is it?" the Doctor said, "I hadn't noticed." He began pressing several buttons and switches on the console. A storm front had moved into Canterlot, raging all around. "Come on in, make yourselves at home."

Only Sunset wasn't awestruck, partly due to the fact she had been in the TARDIS before, whilst the other five were trying to figure out how it was bigger on the inside. Suddenly, there was a loud squealing noise, causing almost everyone to cover their ears. "Whoa!" The Doctor said, waltzing over to the monitor.

"What is it?" Sunset asked, stepping toward the Doctor.

"We're receiving an urgent communication signal." The Doctor pressed a couple buttons, and the message played.

"Mayday, mayday, this is India Delta Alpha Charlie, I am crashing, requesting assistance, over!"

"That sounds like Twilight!" Sunset exclaimed.

"She must be in a plane!" The Doctor said, pressing a few buttons, "she's a few miles away from here!" He reached over, and pulled a large lever.

The TARDIS began to shake and rattle, as it dematerialized, and fell into the time vortex. "I assume we're saving her?!" Sunset shouted over the TARDIS noise.

"Oh yes!" The Doctor shouted back.


Twilight continued to repeat her message, praying for a miracle. Then, she heard a sound. It was like a groaning, wheezing sound, and, it was getting louder, as she began to see walls materialize around her, and the plane.


"TARDIS dematerializing!" the Doctor shouted, pulling levers, and pressing buttons on the console, "Sending the plane into the swimming pool, creating a pudding like field to soften the crash, and done!" The Doctor grinned, and turned to Sunset, and said, "Now then, back to Canterlot." The Doctor pulled a lever, and the TARDIS began to shake and rattle, as it returned to the city.

Once the time machine had landed, the Doctor said, "Now then, let's see if she's okay." He signaled Sunset to follow him, and then walked toward the hallway.


Twilight surfaced from the water, coughing and hacking, and swam to the side of the pool, making sure she had her backpack, so she had her computer, which likely wouldn't work. She couldn't figure out how she had gotten into the pool, let alone, where it was. It was clear she was inside a building, as the walls had a rather...unique design.

She tossed her backpack over the side, onto the grated floor, and then pulled herself out of the pool, sitting on the edge, pulling all her devices out of her lab coat. Most of them were electronics, now soaked, rendering them useless. She tossed them into the water, as she had no further use of them. Twilight looked at the total biplane. "I'm gonna owe Cloudchaser a large amount of money to pay for this..." she said, worryingly.

"Twilight!" A voice behind her said, "Are you okay?" Twilight turned around, and saw two people walking toward him, one a tall man, wearing a brown pinstripe suit, the other, Twilight recognized.

"Sunset Shimmer?" Twilight asked, fixing her glasses, "What are you doing here?"

"Twilight?" Sunset said, a bit weary, "You look...different."

Twilight looked down at her clothes, "I look normal. It's you who looks different."

"What do you mean?" Sunset asked.

"What are you doing here?" Twilight asked, "And, who's he?"

Sunset glanced at the Doctor, then back at Twilight. "Twilight, is something wrong?"

"Wrong with me? What's wrong with you?"

The Doctor studied Twilight. Her attire, her attitude, let alone the fact she was flying a plane. "Oh, of course!" The Doctor exclaimed, "Thick, I am thick!"

"What is it, Doctor?" Sunset asked.

"This isn't Twilight," the Doctor began, "well, it is, just not the one we know."

"What do you mean?" Sunset asked.

"Think about it. There's a copy your friends in Equestria, yes?"

"Yeah." Sunset confirmed.

"So, by rights, there's a copy of Twilight in your world." The Doctor explained.

"So, does that mean there's a copy of me in my universe?" Sunset asked.

"Presumably, which is why she thinks she knows you." The Doctor said.

"Would somebody please tell me what the hell is going on?!" Twilight shouted.

Sunset and the Doctor quickly turned to face Twilight, who had a look of both anger and confusion. "Right," the Doctor began, "well then, I think we have a long discussion in front of us."

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