Characters: Clara Oswin Oswald, The Doctor (5th) Series: None
Word count: 1827
Physician, Heal Thyself by helluin [Reviews - 0]
Sacrificing himself to a swamp god was just one more of the Fifth Doctor's spectacularly bad ideas to save the universe, or at least protect a village. Nyssa had good reason to fear he wouldn't come out of this one unscathed.
Coronation of the High Hierophant: Unrevealed Truths by helluin [Reviews - 3]
Five and Nyssa are swept up in the grandeur of the Celestial Basilica, a literal castle in the air. Court dances, Neo-Baroque pageantry and advanced gravitational engineering provide an epic backdrop for murder and intrigue. Misunderstanding her ruse, the Doctor leaves Nyssa to enjoy her new life—only to learn she's in mortal danger, and he can't save her without altering history!
Victorian Indiscretions by helluin [Reviews - 0]
Nyssa of Traken: an alien, a scientist, and a companion with an unfortunate knack for falling out of the TARDIS. In the audio "The Haunting of Thomas Brewster," the Doctor had to live in Victorian London for a whole year before he caught up with her again. Suppose their happy reunion was... happier and more prolonged than in canon?
The Fifth Doctor by ANGSWIN [Reviews - 9]
Part 5 of my “Saving the Multiverse” series… The stars are going out and Rose needs the help of the Doctor – she just doesn’t know which one! With the help of the TARDIS, she jumps into each of the Doctor’s lives until she finds the one that she is looking for and forges an even stronger bond with him along the way…. This series takes place after the events of my “Torchwood Rose” series.
Characters: Jack Harkness, Rose Tyler, The Doctor (5th), The Doctor (5th), The TARDIS, The TARDIS Series:Saving the Multiverse
Word count: 13640
Serenity's Shadow by Chryse [Reviews - 40]
Set after the events of the novel 'Cold Fusion' and before 'Earthshock'. Nyssa decides she wants to leave the TARDIS crew and make a new life for herself on the Trakenite colony of Serenity. But little does she realise 'there's no place like home'.