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Their New Beginning


        It was a dismal night in New Orleans, as a human Katherine Pierce walked, heading for wherever Elijah was at. News traveled fast, so she knew that he no longer lived at the compound with his siblings. She also knew that Rebekah had left as well, so Klaus was alone. He was the only one staying at the Mikaelson compound as far as she knew.

        Seeing a bar, she headed there, guessing that the bartender, Cami, would know where Elijah was living at.





        Once inside, she stood at the bar, waiting for Cami to finish serving drinks.

        When she finished, Cami went to her next.

        “What can I get you?”

        “Information. I need to know where Elijah is.”

        “It depends on who’s asking.”

        “Katherine Pierce. He and Klaus like calling me by my born name, though. Katerina. Elijah and I have History. We’ve been in love for 500 years, but I’m human now. I need his help if I’m to live. I’ve done things. If my enemies find out that I’m human, I have a price on my head. Please,” she summarized.

        Realizing that she was telling the truth, she sighed before giving her the address.

        “Thank you,” Katherine said, before leaving the bar and heading for Elijah’s.





        Half an hour later, Katherine was on the doorstep of his place, which looked a lot like the old slave home Marcel had grown up in that had burned down, because of Celeste and those who had followed her.

        She stood on his doorstep and knocked, hoping he would answer. It wasn’t like he had left her on the best of terms, after all.

        A few minutes later, he opened it.

        “What do you want?” he questioned, using that tone on her that he had used back in Pennsylvania.

        “It’s a long story, but I’m human now. If word gets out, I’m dead. I need protection.”

        “That’s your own fault, Katherine. Not mine. Go ask someone who cares."

        “At least give me another chance. Please,” she almost begged him, but it was a request instead.

        “I’m not ready to go through that again. You’ve caused enough harm to enough people. Just go home,” he said, before closing the door on her.

        She silently walked away, not knowing why he was being this way. It wasn’t like him to turn down a plea for help. Especially, when it was her in need. What had happened for him to do this? He was like a stranger to her now.

        As she walked, thoughts and memories flooded through her, as she tried to make sense of Elijah’s strange behavior.

        After pushing her thoughts and memories away, she made herself inside an old abandoned building to lay down for the night. After coming back after some degree of torture, she was tired. She needed rest.





        An hour later, Elijah had just left his place, when there was tremendous shaking of everything. He knew he had to find Katerina, realizing this was an earthquake and not a witch doing this.





        Once he got a whiff of human blood; her blood, he followed it to an old abandoned building. After the earthquake, it looked unstable, but he went in anyway. It was Katerina. He’d die for her if it came down to it, whether he had forgiven her or not. He lost Gia. He couldn’t lose Katerina. And if she died in this disaster after he had been, for lack of a better word, a jerk, he’d never forgive himself.

        After calling for her multiple times, he saw from a distance, her mostly buried. He could still see her head and right arm.

        He was instantly knelt at her side.

        He gently but quickly got her unburied and soon could see how injured she truly was.

        As he looked down at her, he could see that there was blood on either side of her head, some other wounds here and there, and her lower stomach was also heavily bleeding. She was still alive, but was losing a lot of blood.

        “Stay with me, Katerina,” he said, as he gently pulled her into his arms and got to his feet. He then blurred out of there and to the woods. He couldn’t exactly save her in the middle of chaos.





        Once in the woods, he gently layed her down and took her jacket off to use to try and stop or slow the bleeding of her lower stomach, as her skin paled. He took his jacket off and used it as a pillow for her head.

        As he applied pressure, she somewhat came to.

        “Elijah?” she breathed.

        He rested a hand on her forehead, while trying to stop the bleeding with his other hand.

        “I’m here, Katerina,” he assured her. “Can you digest vampire blood?” he questioned.

        “I don’t know,” she breathed, before everything went black for her again.

        He gently pulled her into his arms, as her breathing became faint from all the blood loss. He then bit his wrist, putting it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat to save her life.

        A few minutes later, he took his wrist away, which instantly healed, but still held her close, waiting to see if it would heal her or if he had to get her to a hospital.

        “Keep fighting, Katerina. Keep breathing. I need you, Katerina. I need you to heal and open your eyes for me. You fought for 500 years. Now, I need you to fight just a little longer, and open your eyes just one more time,” he said, hoping she could hear him.

        A few minutes later he watched, as her wounds began to heal.

        Relieved that she’d be okay, he gently pulled her into his arms and blurred home.





        When she woke up, she was in his bed with him seated on her bedside.

        She gave him a smile and he smiled back.

        “I’m sorry, Katerina,” he apologized to her.

        She knew what he was apologizing for.

        “All is forgiven. I know a lot has happened.”

        “I’ll protect you just as you need,” he promised, glad she had forgiven him. Maybe this was the start of their new relationship. They could start over without second guessing any of their intentions.

        In the end, everyone was okay and Kat and Elijah got back together.
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Holding Out For A Hero (Kalijah)


Where have all the good men gone

And where are the Gods?

Where’s the streetwise Hercules to fight the rising odds?

Isn’t there a white knight upon a fiery seed?

Late at night I toss and turn and dream of what I need

I need a hero

I’m holding out for a hero ‘til the end of the night

He’s gotta be strong

And he’s gotta be fast

And he’s gotta be fresh from the fight

I need a hero

I’m holding out for a hero ‘til the morning light

He’s gotta be sure

And it’s gotta be soon

And he’s gotta be larger than life



        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as Katherine walked, in search of Elijah. She needed his help, since he was the only Mikaelson who would help her in her time of need. Klaus would kill her, and Rebekah despised her, and she had never met any of their siblings; Kol and Finn. She needed help, because she had just escaped from the 1994 prison world from Kai, but he had done a number on her. She was in such horrific shape that her vision was blurry and tunnel-like. She used a hand to try and stay on her feet by using her hand to grip a wall of a building.

        Cami left the bar after locking up for the night and headed down the desolate street, but stopped and approached a girl who looked like she could use some help.

        “Do you need some help?” she asked, now in front of her, though it was a stupid question to ask. “What’s your name? Can I get anyone for you?”

        “Katherine. I need Elijah,” the girl replied.



Somewhere after midnight

In my wildest fantasy

Somewhere just beyond my reach

There’s someone reaching back for me

Racing on the thunder and rising with the heat

It’s gonna take a superman to sweep me off my feet

I need a hero

I’m holding out for a hero ‘til the end of the night

He’s gotta be strong

And he’s gotta be fast

And he’s gotta be fresh from the fight

I need a hero

I’m holding out for a hero ‘til the morning light

He’s gotta be sure

And it’s gotta be soon

And he’s gotta be larger than life



        Elijah was in the bayou, heading home, when he got a call from Cami.

        He answered after a few rings, wondering why she would be calling him at this late night hour.

        “Camille,” he greeted her.

        “Do you know anyone named Katherine? Apparently, she knows you.”

        “Yes. Where is she?”

        “Outside the bar. Hurry.”

        “What has happened?”

        “I don’t know. All I got out of her was her name and that she needed you. It looks like someone injured her. She’s lost a lot of blood.”

        As she answered his question, he began to vamp speed towards where he knew the bar was at, knowing that when she said that she had lost a lot of blood, it meant that she was human. Despite everything, he would never wish death upon her. No matter what, he had to save her.



Up where the mountains meet the Heavens above

Out where the lightning splits the sea

I would swear that there’s someone somewhere watching me

Through the wind and the chill and the rain

And the storm and the flood

I can feel his approach

Like the fire in my blood

I need a hero

I’m holding out for a hero ‘til the end of the night

He’s gotta be strong

And he’s gotta be fast

And he’s gotta be fresh from the fight

I need a hero

I’m holding out for a hero ‘til the morning light

He’s gotta be sure

And it’s gotta be soon

And he’s gotta be larger than life



        Upon arriving, he knelt at her side and gently pulled her into his arms. As he did so, Cami left. He bit his wrist and put it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat to heal and save her.

        A few minutes later, after her wounds had healed, he took it away. He then put her arm around his shoulders and got to his feet with her in his arms. He then headed to the compound, hoping she’d be okay.





        Once in his room with the door closed, he gently layed her down in his bed and sat on her bedside, his hand in hers, his right hand resting on the side of her face. He didn’t want to lose her, but in her state, he didn’t know if she could hear him or not, so all he could do was stay at her side and hope for her to fight like she always had for 500 years.





        She didn’t know how long she was out, but when she woke up, she was in his bed with him on her bedside, one hand on the side of her face and another in her hand.

        He gave a smile and she smiled back.

        “You’re awake,” he greeted. “What has happened to you?”

        He took his hands away and she slowly sat up, before telling him everything.

        In the end, she lived and they got back together.
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Million Reasons (Kalijah)


*Pennsylvania*



You’re giving me a million reasons to let you go

You’re giving me a million reasons to quit the show

You’re givin’ me a million reasons

Give me a million reasons

Givin’ me a million reasons

About a million reasons

If I had a highway, I would run for the hills

If you could find a dry way, I’d forever be still

But you’re giving me a million reasons

Give me a million reasons

Givin’ me a million reasons

About a million reasons

I bow down to pray

I try to make the worse seem better

Lord, show me the way

To cut through all his worn out leather

I’ve got a hundred million reasons to walk away



        It was a beautiful day, as Katherine and Elijah stood in front of each other in an alleyway.

        “Is that what I am to you? A means of survival?” he needed to know.

        “No. Of course you’re not a means of survival. You looked out for me when I had no one. You’ve given me a second chance now, when no one else will.” She rested a hand on the side of his face. “I love you. Elijah.” He turned his face away and she put her hand down. “You don’t believe me,” she realized.

        “I want to,” he replied, looking at her. “It’s my disease. I just keep wanting to believe you, but how can I when, at every turn, you give me a reason to doubt you? I don’t know you. I don’t think I ever will.”

        She watched, as he walked away, before catching up with him and putting a hand on his arm.

        “Wait.”

        He looked at her hand and then her a couple times.

        She got the hint and let go.

        “Goodbye, Katherine.”

        She could only watch, as he left, knowing that she’d lost his trust in her.



*Night*



But baby, I just need one good one to stay

Head stuck in a cycle, I look off and I stare

It’s like that I’ve stopped breathing, but completely aware

‘Cause you’ve given me a million reasons

Give me a million reasons

Giving me a million reasons

About a million reasons

And if you say something that you might even mean

It’s hard to fathom which parts I should believe

‘Cause you’ve given me a million reasons

Give me a million reasons

Givin’ me a million reasons

 About a million reasons



        Elijah stood on a sidewalk, with her standing in front of him.

        “What do you want?” he asked, clearly not interested in what she had to say.

        “To tell you that you’re right. I’ve spent so much time running and lying just to survive, I—I’m starting to believe my own lies. I don’t even remember who I was when we first met. And I want to find out.”

        “How do I know this isn’t another lie? Katherine Pierce deceiving yet another man,” he replied.

        “Because I meant what I said about my feelings for you.” She took a little black box out of her purse. “And I’d like to think that you feel something for me, too.” She opened the box.

        “You have the cure,” he stated.

        “Yes. And I can shove this down Klaus’ throat and try to kill him, but even if I managed to do it, I’d lose you. And I don’t want that to happen.” She set the vial of the cure in his hand. “I need you to trust me. I want you to trust me. Just like I’m trusting you. You don’t owe me anything. I’m going to let you decide where we go from here.”

        He watched her walk away, before looking down at the cure in his hand.



*Mystic Falls- Mikaelson Mansion*



I bow down to pray

I try to make the worse seem better

Lord, show me the way

To cut through all his worn out leather

I’ve got a hundred million reasons to walk away

But baby, I just need one good one to stay

Aye-eee-ayeee-ay-ayyee



        Elijah stood in front of her, hating that he was breaking her heart, yet again.

        “Elijah, please. It’s our turn,” she pleaded.

        “Katerina,” was all he could find to say.

        He kissed her on the forehead and then was gone, following his family to New Orleans.



*Present- New Orleans*



Oh, baby I’m bleedin’, bleedin’

Aye-eee-ayeee-ay-ayyee

Can’t you give me what I’m needin’, needin’

Every heartbreak makes it hard to keep the faith

But baby, I just need one good one

Good one, good one, good one, good one, good one

When I bow to pray

I try to make the worse seem better

Lord, show me the way

To cut through all his worn out leather

I’ve got a hundred million reasons to walk away

But baby, I just need one good one, good one

Tell me that you’ll be the good one, good one

Baby, I just need one good one to stay aye-eee-ayeee



        It was a dismal night, as Elijah walked home after a few shots of Bourbon. He’d needed it after giving up on Klaus. He didn’t know what he’d do now that Klaus wasn’t in need of being saved. He’d spent too long looking out for his family. He didn’t know where to go or what to do.

        He stopped in his tracks, smelling the familiar scents of Katerina, human, and quite a lot of blood. Then he followed the scent trail, all the while, wondering why she was in town.

        Soon, he saw an injured and human Katerina in an alley, from afar. He immediately was at her side, where she lay on her back. He scanned her and, seeing an ascendant not far from her, knew that she’d come from a prison world.

        “Katerina.” He rested gentle hands on either side of her head. “Can you hear me, Katerina?” he called, though he knew she’d lost a lot of blood. “Open your eyes if you can hear me, Katerina.”

        He waited, but he didn’t get anything.

        “Stay with me, Katerina. Please.”

        He gently picked her up in his arms and blurred home.

        Please, don’t leave me, Katerina, he thought.





        Half an hour later, upon his request, Freya had healed her. He now sat on her bedside, waiting for her to awaken. He may have always acted calm, but when he’d nearly lost her…he’d never been so afraid of losing her before. He knew that if she was still willing, it was time for their own happiness. He knew now what he’d do, now that he wasn’t needed by his siblings.

        In the end, he and Kat got back together, and went on their own journey.
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Together At Last


        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as a very human Katherine Pierce walked towards the compound, not knowing what she’d be walking in on. She had just come from a prison world, so she wasn’t in the best shape. All she knew was that she needed Elijah, and she had heard that he needed her.

        She stopped not far from the only bar in town, sensing a presence.

        She turned around, only to see a lone and hungry vampire.

        He grabbed her before she could do or say anything, sinking his fangs into the side of her neck. She was human, so she couldn’t fight, no matter how much she wanted to. She was too weak to do so. All she could do was hope for Elijah to rescue her before it was too late.





        A few minutes later, Elijah finished his shot glass of bourbon and left the bar. And as soon as he stepped out, he smelled blood and saw a vampire drop a girl to the ground who he would know anywhere. He didn’t know how she had become a human, but he had to save her, no matter what.

        Before the vampire could leave the scene, Elijah ripped his heart out and dropped it next to his body.

        A moment later, Elijah was instantly knelt at her side. He then gently pulled her into his arms and bit his wrist, putting it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat to save her.

        “Come on, Katerina. Stay with me,” he begged. I won’t lose you. I can’t. Not like this, he thought, as he forced his blood down her throat and looked down at her pale face. Then, as he scanned the rest of her, he realized that she had been hurt before she had been attacked by that vampire.

        A few minutes later, after her wounds had healed, he took his wrist away which instantly healed. He then gently put her arm around his shoulders and got to his feet with her in his arms, crook of arm supporting her head, right arm under her legs.

        A moment later, he vanished from the scene with her, heading across the river where Marcel and his vampires lived at. He was too angry at Klaus to enter the compound or see Klaus ever again, so he was heading for Marcel and his friends’ place. Besides, if Klaus saw her, he’d most likely kill her as much as he hated her. Being across the river was the safest place from Klaus that she could be.





        An hour later, he had layed her gently down on the couch and was now seated on the couch at her side, hoping she would be okay. She had to be okay or he would never forgive himself for leaving her, and never looking back and checking on her. No matter what, she was still his Katerina he would always love and care about. He needed her to wake up. They needed each other now more than ever before. Him to save her. Her to help him through his grief and despair.

        He rested his right hand on top of her left on, making circles with his thumb. He then rested his free hand on her forehead and looked silently down at her.





        Half an hour later, when she woke up, she realized that Elijah had saved her, and that he still cared about her, if not loved her.

        She gave him a smile, and he smiled back at her.

        “Thanks,” she said to him.

        “You’re welcome. You worried me. I thought I lost you. What has happened to you, Katerina?”

        She slowly sat up, still feeling weak, and he helped her. She then told him everything that had happened, starting the night of Elena’s graduation, and ending tonight when she had come from the prison world.

        After she had finished, it made him even more angry at Klaus for not informing him of her dying of old age eight months ago. He also blamed himself for not checking on her to make sure she was okay.

        “I’m so sorry, Katerina. If I had known—,” he started.

        “I know. You would’ve done all you could to help and save me,” she replied, interrupting what he was going to say.

        She smiled, letting him know that all was forgiven.

        He smiled back, thankful that she had forgiven him.

        They silently looked at each other, not knowing what else to say after not seeing each other for eight months. Then, it was such a moment between them, they suddenly were kissing, not knowing who started it or why they were kissing. It didn’t matter though, because they were still in love after everything they had been through together.
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The Devil Is Damned (2nd revised version)


        It was a beautiful day, as Elijah and Finn stood in the living room of the farmhouse.

        “Goodbye, brother,” Elijah said.

        A moment later, the house blew up in smithereens.





        Elijah woke up on grass in some woods alone.

        He got to his feet and looked around, wondering where he was, since he knew the Other Side had disintegrated.

        He began to walk around to see where he was, only to see someone he had left six months ago or so. She had been a vampire, but now she was human. Not only that, she was dead. He knew she was, considering he was too.

        He approached her, where she sat with her back up against a tree, a book in her lap, looking like she was trying to do magic.

        She looked at him.

        “Katerina?” he said, wanting to know that it was really her.

        “Elijah. What the hell happened to you? You’re supposed to be very much alive and helping your family.”

        “You’re supposed to be alive too, Katerina.”

        “Well, I’m not and neither is Nadia. We died in the same night and I can’t find her. I think it’s because she found peace, but I didn’t. I died of old age not long after Elena shoved the cure down my throat. Dying sucked enough, but Damon just had to get in my head and torment me with the memory of my parents’ deaths. Nadia and I were reunited after less than 500 years, only to be separated for the last time.”

        “I’m sorry, Katerina. Why didn’t you call? I would’ve come. Who was Nadia? You’ve never mentioned her before.”

        “Because I was upset. I felt as if you had left me for your brother. Nadia was my illegitimate daughter I had in 1490, that my father tore from my arms, just moments after she was born.”

        “I’m sorry for what happened to you,” he replied.

        “So, what happened to you?” she asked.

        “I sacrificed my life to get rid of Finn, who posed a threat to Klaus and Hayley’s baby, Hope.”

        She wasn’t happy that he had to sacrifice his life, but she was glad that she wasn’t alone anymore. Besides, they’d both go back to the land of the living once she got her Traveler magic under control. Maybe this was the time to rekindle their relationship.

        She stood up without the book and went to stand in front of him.

        “I guess it’s just you and me then. What do you say we go somewhere to talk? We have plenty of time, and I’d like to get out of here.”

        “And talk about what, exactly?”

        “Us. I’ve changed both mentally and physically since you left me.”

        “Then we’ll talk,” he agreed with her.





        A few days later, when they were alive again and in New Orleans, they were back together again.
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