Long Way Back From Hell

        It was a dark night, as a very human Katherine arrived in New Orleans, only to hear about what she had missed in the past month. She had come to New Orleans for help from Elijah, knowing that no matter what, he would protect her and save her, even after he had broken up with her a month ago. She found out not long after coming to New Orleans, that Klaus and Rebekah were missing. They had possibly been taken by a witch. She knew it wasn’t her friend Sophie, because Sophie would never hurt anyone. Even an Original of a thousand years. So, she figured that she would go out on her own to find out where they were being kept and see if she could help. She was descended from Travelers, so she figured that she could use that to her advantage. The Originals and Sophie were the only ones that knew who she was by just looking at her. Others didn’t know who she was unless she told them.

        A few hours later, she found herself in an old abandoned hospital that hadn’t been used since 1918. She was in search of them, when she heard from a room that had the door open, a girl talking.

        When she came into the room, she saw that the girl was a redhead and was talking to Niklaus Mikaelson.

        “I don’t believe you,” he told her.

        “Then maybe if I dig deeper, you’ll see what your little sister has been doing. She deceived you for 300 years, Klaus.”

        “Nothing you say will make me turn against my own sister.”

        He growled at her.

        Even though she knew he wasn’t happy with the red-head who she realized was a witch, she saw that he was in pain and fighting against both her and fighting to stay awake.

        She decided that this would be the time to step in, so she did just that by summoning what she could of her Traveler magic by using some bottled up anger she had from the hell she’d been through in the last month to throw the witch against a wall.

        “I think you should leave Klaus alone. You’ve done enough. Even someone like Klaus doesn’t deserve whatever you’ve been doing to him,” she said, stepping towards them.

        Genevieve landed against a wall from her Traveler magic, but got back up.

        “Who the hell are you?” Genevieve questioned.

        “Katerina?” Klaus questioned softly.

        “I’m here,” she assured Klaus. “Let’s just say I was looking for Elijah, when I heard that you two were missing because of a witch, so I thought I’d help him out. I recently found out that I’m descended from Travelers and this is my first time of actually using my Traveler magic. I’m here to help you,” she said to him.

        She looked at Genevieve again, as she stood between where Klaus lay on a cement slab and where Genevieve stood by the window.

        “Now, I’m going to be nice enough to ask you to leave him be, before I make you leave. I may be new but I have a lot of anger just from this past month that I can release on you. I suggest that you take my advice.”

        “I’m not going anywhere,” she replied to her.

        “Then so be it.”

        As Kat and Genevieve through magic at each other, Klaus’ vision started to go black again.

        Finally, after half an hour, the fight finally ended when Kat magically through her out the window. Genevieve was fine though and finally left. Kat then turned to where Klaus lay.

        She knelt beside him and looked down at him to assess his condition to see what she needed to do for him. Then she saw something moving inside him, which she realized was the source of his torment and pain he was suffering from.

        “What did you get yourself into?” she questioned softly, before using magic to get whatever it was, out of him. And when she had, she recognized what it was. “Papa Tunde’s knife,” she said.

        An instant later, Klaus’ wound healed.

        A moment later, she heard Rebekah from one of the hallways, calling for her brother. It sounded weak to her, which made her think the worse. She didn’t want anything to happen to Rebekah. She might despise Katherine, but Kat didn’t despise her. She felt bad for her, because like herself, all her happiness had been taken away by Klaus himself and she would never be free. No one was ever good enough for her in Klaus’ eyes. She understood Rebekah too well.

        With a dagger of her own, she gently made a cut on his wrist and poured some of his blood into a vial she always carried with her. She then let his wound heal and closed the vial up, in case Rebekah needed the cure. She then left the room to go find the Original sister.

        When she saw her, she went to her where she was in a corner and looked pretty weak and was fighting to stay awake.

        She approached her.

        “Katherine?” Rebekah questioned quietly.

        “It’s me.”

        She arrived next to her and gave her the vial.

        “Here. I figured you might need it.”

        “Thanks,” she said, before taking it and starting to drink the blood in the vial.

        “When you’re done, get out of here. I’ll take care of Klaus. You get Elijah to come,” Kat said, before leaving Rebekah to her own and going back into the room to be with Klaus. She wasn’t going to leave him like that. He was hurt. She had enough morals not to leave Klaus when he was hurt.

        Soon, she saw someone else enter and knew immediately who it was. She had met her before, but in a different body than she was in right now.

        “Katherine,” the girl greeted.

        “Celeste. I wish I could say that it’s nice to see you, but it’s not. Let me just say that you look better in your previous body back in the 1900’s than you do now. So, what’s your plan? Cause Klaus and Rebekah pain and misery? They’ve had enough already.”

        “That’s not my reason in doing this to them. I made Elijah choose between the girl carrying Klaus’ child or to save one of his siblings. He chose the wolf girl. Hayley. I’m teaching him a lesson about always being on his side, instead of being on someone else’s side.”

        “Elijah will stop you. You’ll see. If you make him angry enough, which I suppose you have, he’ll stop you. He’ll have his revenge on you.”

        “Yes, but he won’t be killing me. Just the girl I’m inhabiting.”

        “It’s Elijah. He’s one step ahead of you. I’m sure of it.”

        “Are you sure? Why have so much faith in an Original that’s always on your enemy’s side?”

        “Klaus isn’t my enemy. I made peace with what he did to me. If I have to, I’ll help Elijah protect Klaus. I’ll die if I have to stop you and protect those you have endangered.”

        “Then so be it,” she replied, before throwing magic at Kat.

        Kat through magic at Celeste and then continued for a while longer.

        When Elijah and Rebekah came in, he saw the scene, so he had Rebekah to get Klaus home, while he dealt with Celeste. She did so, while Elijah went with the plan he made to kill his former love of his life. Celeste.

        As she blurrily saw the fight between Elijah and Celeste, and Rebekah getting her brother to safety, everything started to go black for her. She’d gotten the bad end of the fight with Celeste, but she didn’t care as long as Klaus and Rebekah were okay and Elijah didn’t get hurt. Then she saw him use something to kill Celeste, as everything continued to go black for her.

        A moment later, she saw him at her side.

        “Katerina,” he said, looking at her.

        “Elijah,” she said, as he gently pulled her into his arms.

        As he gently picked her up in his arms, everything went black for her.

        Half an hour later, he had a very human Katerina lying on his bedside, looking down at her, hoping that she’d be okay. He didn’t know if she had taken the cure or what, but she was human and she had just fought a very powerful witch. He wanted to know if she would be okay. He had missed a month of knowing what was happening to her, but she didn’t look the way she had a month ago when he had left here to help Klaus out in New Orleans. Now he wished that he had checked up on her. If she was in New Orleans, he knew what that meant. She had looked for him, wanting something; maybe help from him. They all knew that if she asked Klaus, he would never give anything to her. If she asked Rebekah, she’d get a million questions. But if she asked Elijah, he wouldn’t ask too many questions. He was very well known as the moral brother. If you couldn’t get anyone else to help you, you’d be able to come to Elijah for help, which he would most likely give.

        An hour later, she finally came to, which relieved Elijah. It meant that she would be okay and she would live.

        “Welcome back, Katerina.”

        “Thanks. Did we win?”

        “Yes. We won.”

        “Good,” she replied.

        “What happened to you, Katerina?”

        “I’m human. Elena shoved the cure down my throat a month ago. I was mad, so I tried to kill her. Because I tried to kill her, she shoved it down my throat. Now I’m human and Silas is thankfully dead. I’m dying of old age though, since I turned 500 years ago and if I wasn’t a vampire, we all know that I’d be long dead.”

        “Then I will find a way to stop it,” he replied. “There’s a powerful witch here in New Orleans. I’m sure she can help you.”

        “Thank you,” she replied.

        A few days later, Davina’s spell worked, so Kat was no longer dying of old age and she and Elijah got back together again. She even moved with the Originals and helped Hayley out.
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