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A/N: Based off from a dream I had.

        It was a dark night, as Katherine Pierce and her daughter, Nadia Petrova, arrived in New Orleans. Katherine had gotten a call from Hayley Marshall, a werewolf who was pregnant with Niklaus Mikaelson’s baby, that she was worried about what had happened to Elijah, Klaus, and Rebekah. Luckily, they had already been on their way to New Orleans to ask Sophie Deveraux, an old friend of Katherine’s, for help. Kat was human due to the cure being shoved down her throat. Now she was ding faster than a normal human would be. Kat figured that Sophie might be able to stop the universe from making her age faster than normal. Besides, she didn’t want Hayley to see her like this. That’s why they were going to Sophie first.

        Once they got to the cemetery, Katherine called out to Sophie, not wanting to leave Nadia. Katherine would have to leave her when she entered the cemetery, since Nadia was a vampire and Katherine was not. The cemetery was sacred ground, filled with the witches’ ancestors’ bones, which made it sacred ground. That meant that vampires had to be invited in.

        “Sophie, it’s me. I need to talk to you.”

        A few minutes later, Sophie appeared and walked towards them.

        “Katherine. Long time no see. What happened to you?” she said, noticing Katherine’s appearance.

        “The cure for vampirism got shoved down my throat by my doppelganger. It’s killing me; making me age faster than I should be. I need your help. There has to be something you can do.”

        “I’ll see what I can do.”

        “First, I need you to invite my daughter, Nadia Petrova, in with us.”

        “Nice to meet you. Come in,” she invited her.

        Sophie walked back to the mausoleum, Kat and Nadia following her. She knew and trusted Katherine, which was why she hadn’t questioned Nadia.

        When they entered the mausoleum, Sophie went to a bookshelf to look through some old witch books to see what she could do for her.

        A few minutes later, she had done a spell that reversed the aging, keeping her the way she was supposed to look, but also giving her vampire abilities at Katherine’s request. It was New Orleans, so Katherine was well aware that being human made her vulnerable to anything and anyone supernatural. She needed something to help her, other than her daughter and allies.

        Afterward, Katherine and Nadia thanked Sophie, before leaving the cemetery and heading towards the compound to see Hayley.

        When they arrived, Hayley invited them in, though she didn’t know that Katherine was going to be bringing someone with her.

        Katherine saw her questioning look.

        “Hayley, meet my daughter, Nadia Petrova, back from 1490. Nadia, meet Hayley,” she introduced them.

        “I didn’t know you had a daughter,” Hayley said, looking at Katherine.

        “I do. I thought she was dead though, since I was never able to find her. I went back to Bulgaria in 1498, but couldn’t find her anywhere. So, I gave up looking and left Bulgaria to go be one step ahead of the enemy,” she summarized, as they all stood in an upstairs room. She then got down to the situation at hand. “So, what’s this about the Originals missing?”

        “They’re not answering their phones and it’s been a while since they’ve been here. They may be unpredictable, but they wouldn’t just leave me like this.”

        “I know,” Katherine agreed. “Don’t worry. We’ll find them. Nadia, I want you to stay here with Hayley. I’m going to see if I can find Elijah. If he’s not answering, he’s probably unable to at the moment.”

        “Be careful,” Hayley said. “Celeste is out there.”

        “I always am,” Katherine replied.

        They watched as she left the room to go find him, unaware of why Katherine would want to find Elijah first. They didn’t know the history behind those two.

        When Katherine found Elijah, Celeste was there. She realized that she had poisoned him with a kiss and was after all of them pretty much. That infuriated her, considering, even after he had left and broken up with her, she still loved him with all her heart. She would never wish anything upon him or his siblings, no matter what his siblings had done to her or would do to her.

        Kat walked towards them.

        “Leave him alone. You shouldn’t have the right to do what you’ve done. You can’t possibly expect Elijah to choose between which siblings to save. They’re family. I don’t care how much you want him to pay for always coming to Klaus’ rescue, but I learned a while back to put it behind you. Revenge never gives you satisfaction. You just keep hating that same person for what he’s done, even though it was a very long time ago. I’ve learned my lesson. You should, too.”

        “The famous Katherine Pierce comes to her lover’s rescue. How poetic and stupid of you. Especially, now that you’re human. Though, there is something else about you that I can’t place.”

        “That would be because of my heritage I recently learned about, and because of a spell I asked a certain witch to do for me. I recently learned that I’m descended from Travelers. I’ve even had a little family reunion of my own, which is why Hayley’s not alone. Unknown to anyone, other than myself, I had a daughter before I met the Originals, but she was taken away and I never saw her again until she finally found me recently. Now, I’m going to say this one more time. Leave Elijah and his family alone, which includes Hayley and that unborn child.”

        “You can’t stop me. I’m not afraid of you. Besides, I’ve already started it. Right now, as we speak, his siblings are in peril, and so is Hayley.”

        “But I can stop you. In due time, I will stop you. Maybe not tonight, but I will. I’ll find a way,” she assured Celeste, before channeling her anger towards the ancient witch, which through her magically, quite a ways away from Elijah, making her land against a wall.

        “I won’t be so nice next time we meet,” she warned her, before kneeling down by Elijah.

        “Katerina,” he greeted, unsure of what else to say after hearing about her being descended from Travelers, being recently human, and having a family reunion.

        “Let’s get out of here,” she said to him, helping him to his feet, heading towards the compound.

        When they arrived at the compound, they found that neither wolf nor vampiress were there.

        “Stay here. I’ll go find them,” she said, before leaving her love life of 500 years.

        When she found them, there were wolves inching towards them in the woods.

        She walked towards the werewolves.

        “I’d leave them alone if I were you. Unless, of course, you wanna end up with a smaller pack than you already have,” she confronted them, which made them stop, some of them knowing who she was and what would happen if they didn’t listen to her. “Now get lost.”

        She watched, as they fled, before going to them.

        “What are you doing in the woods?”

        “She thought it would be nice to try and help out in finding the Originals. Since you told me to stay with her, I figured I should go with her to make sure she doesn’t end up in danger,” Nadia informed her mother.

        Katherine noticed that they had succeeded, since Rebekah was there. It looked like she had been attacked by a pack of werewolves. Possibly the ones that she had just scared off.

        “We better get back to the compound. Elijah’s there. I was right. He needed some help with Celeste, so I magically kicked her ass.”

        Once they had gotten Rebekah home and in bed, Katherine went out again to go find Niklaus. Mostly known as Klaus. And as she walked, she started thinking of where Celeste would keep Klaus at, knowing New Orleans pretty well. Even after less than 100 years prior to visiting the French Quarter. Then she remembered something. There was a place that hadn’t been used in centuries. It was the 1918 Sanitarium hospital, where she knew Rebekah had helped out with the epidemic patients. That had to be where he was being kept, so she headed towards the place.

        When she soon arrived, she walked down the old hallways and looked into old, rundown rooms, looking for where he was being held at. And there, in a room, she saw Genevieve looking down at Klaus who looked like he was in torment, even though he looked weak to her.

        She walked in and at vamp speed, pinned her against a wall.

        “What did you do?” she questioned.

        “Nothing yet. I was about to get that knife out of him. Nice to see you too, Katherine.”

        “Not so much right now, Genevieve. You don’t know what day I’m having tonight, so you really don’t want to try me. I suggest that you leave this place and go straight home, or I will do something that you won’t like,” she threatened the witch, before letting go of her.

        Knowing Katherine was beyond peeved at whatever had happened tonight, she silently left her there with Klaus.

        Once she was gone, Katherine was instantly at Klaus’ side, where he lay on his back on a cement slab of some sort; almost like a table but without legs.

        “Katerina?” he questioned her.

        “Hayley called me, so I decided to help find the three of you. Now let’s get you home,” she said, before helping him to his feet, an arm around him just in case he needed her help getting home.

        The next day, the Originals were back to normal and home, so Kat and Nadia left to go back to Mystic Falls to help out with the Marcos and Travelers problem.
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Crescent City (2nd revised version)

        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as Kat watched Celeste and Elijah from the shadows, before stepping out and conjuring up the Traveler magic and throwing it at her, throwing her away from him.

        Elijah looked at her, as he lay on his side on the sidewalk.

        Celeste got to her feet.

        “What the hell did you do to him?” she asked the witch.

        “Who the hell are you?” Celeste asked her.

        “Katherine. Now what did you do?”

        “I poisoned him with a kiss. He gets to choose who to save now. His siblings or the wolf.”

        “Why would you do that?”

        “To teach him the errors of his ways in always being on Klaus’ side.”

        “You can’t possibly teach him that. Family is everything, whether you’re Elijah or not. Family comes first and secondly comes love.”

        “I just did.”

        Using Traveler magic and her anger, she through her against a brick wall.

        She turned to him and knelt by him.


        “Katerina, go. Save my siblings. I need to save Hayley.”

        Without question, she left him to go find Klaus.

        When she found him, he was getting ambushed by witches. The only witch she knew though was Sophie. The others were strangers to her.

        Just as Sophie stabbed him, Kat started walking towards them.

        “Sophie, stop,” she said, raising her voice.

        As Sophie turned to look at her, the knife made its way inside Klaus, which caused him pain.

        “Katherine?” Sophie questioned her.

        “I came to Elijah for protection and help, only to have to save him from Celeste. She’s bad news and this must be her plan. Get witches on her side so she can get rid of Klaus and Elijah and put Rebekah and Hayley in danger. Elijah said he’d save Hayley. My responsibility is to save his siblings. Now get out of the way. I’m not in the mood for disobedient witches.”

        Sophie got out of the way, letting her go to Klaus. She then went back home and so did the others, leaving Kat alone with Klaus whom lay on his back on the ground.

        “Klaus, it’s me. Can you hear me?” she called, knelt on the left side of him.

        She rested a gentle hand on the right side of his face and then gently slapped his cheek to try and wake him up.

        A few minutes later, he slowly came to to see Katerina, now known as Katherine.

        “Katerina?” he questioned softly from the torment he was receiving from the magical knife, which also had made him feel somewhat weak.

        “It’s me. I came to ask Elijah for protection and help, only to find out about what Celeste had done. Elijah sent me to find you and Rebekah, while he goes to save Hayley. I should get you home,” she replied.

        “You’re human,” he replied.

        “Yes. I am. Elena shoved the cure down my throat.”

        She helped him get to his feet, as she got to hers, before they headed for his place.

        Once he was home and in bed, she left to go find Rebekah.

        As she searched for her in the woods, getting the sense that she might be there, her phone went off.

        “Elijah,” she greeted.

        “I got Hayley. I’m taking her home.”

        “Okay. Well, Klaus is home, but someone should get that knife out of him. Sophie stabbed him with it.”

        “Thank you, Katerina.”

        “Anytime, Elijah.”

        They hung up.

        When she was in the middle of the woods, she saw Rebekah being ambushed and attacked by a few werewolves.

        “Get away from her!” Kat bravely ordered them.

        They stopped and looked at her.

        She approached them slowly, as to not get herself attacked.

        “You heard me. Get away from her. Get out of here. As long as I’m around, you will not harm her,” she ordered them.

        The black alpha gave a snarl, before leading his pack away.

        Kat ran towards and knelt by her.

        “Rebekah? It’s me. Can you hear me?”

        Realizing she was out cold, she knew she had to get her home and it would have to be on her own.

        As soon as he smelled their scent, Elijah opened the door and gently took his sister from her, picking Rebekah up in his arms and speeding up the stairs to her room to lay her down in her own bed.

        “I’m going to go for a walk,” she said at a normal tone, knowing with sensitive hearing that everyone in the house could hear her without her raising her voice. She then left, closing the door behind herself.

        Elijah was checking up on his siblings, when he heard Katerina let him know that she’d be going for a walk, which he understood. She probably didn’t want to be there when his brother woke up and got his strength back, much less run into Rebekah. They could be very difficult and he didn’t want Katerina in the middle of sibling rivalry.

        When Klaus woke up, he was in his room and didn’t feel any pain anymore. He wondered where Katerina was, though. She was the one that had saved him from further torment pretty much. And he felt better now, so he slowly sat up in bed.

        A moment later, Rebekah and Elijah walked in.

        “I see that you’re feeling much better now. Good. I’ll go see where Katerina has gone to,” Elijah said, before leaving their sight.

        “Feel better soon,” Rebekah said, before leaving the room.

        Kat enjoyed being alone, as she took a walk through New Orleans. It was dark, sure, but it didn’t really matter to her. She needed to be alone, because she didn’t know where to go and she didn’t know how Klaus and Rebekah would react towards her, knowing she was the one that had saved her. They weren’t exactly Katherine fans. So, she was out alone, though she knew she was being stupid. She knew she should’ve invited someone like Hayley or Elijah along with her to protect her if anything happened, but she wanted to be alone. Sometimes she just wanted to be alone and she hadn’t had that chance for the past month or two.

        She stopped not far from the woods, getting the sense that she was being watched. And then she turned to look at the trees and bushes that outlined the woods to see if she could spot what was watching her.

        A moment later, a black werewolf came out and ran towards her. So, she ran, though she knew that it was useless to run from a werewolf. It wasn’t a coincidence, since she figured it was probably the alpha that she had addressed earlier to save Rebekah’s life.

        Elijah continued his search for the one girl that he would always love.

        He stopped, smelling blood and hearing something, before following them at vamp speed.

        As she lay there, vision blurry and going dim, she blurrily saw the creature get thrown off her, before everything went black for her.

        Once it ran off, he was instantly at her side.


        He scanned her with his eyes and was relieved when he found that she’d be okay.

        He gently picked her up in his arms and sped back home.

        When she woke up, she saw that she was in a bed at the compound in a room. She then saw that Hayley was seated in a chair by her bed.

        “Feeling better?” the she-wolf questioned.

        Kat slowly sat up in bed.

        “Yeah. I am. Thanks.”

        “Actually, it’s not me you should be thanking. It’s Elijah. He’s just a little busy at the moment,” she replied.

        “I’ll thank him later then.”
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Crescent City

        It was a dark night, as Katherine Pierce headed for the plantation home, having heard that the Originals lived there. And as the woods began to disappear behind her, she started to see flames. That's when she ran towards it as fast as she could.

        Once there, she forced the door open and rushed inside in enough time to see the she-wolf, Hayley, on the floor on her back and a guy she assumed to also be a wolf.

        “Get out of here!” she ordered him. “I'll get Hayley. You save your own life.”

        Jackson left and headed for the woods, trusting whoever she was would save her.

        She rushed to her side.

        “Hayley, it's me. Can you hear me?” she called, not sure if she'd be able to drag her out on her own.

        As her vision went gray, she saw Katherine's face and dimly heard her speak to her.

        “Hayley, stay with me,” Katherine said, deciding that she'd have to save her on her own.

        With her human strength, she pulled her to her feet and walked her a foot away from the door, coughing from the fire, and gently pushed her towards it.

        “Go! I'll be right behind you!” she said over the noise of the close by collapsing long piece of wood.

        Hayley ran out the door and a distance away, fell to her knees, coughing from the smoke inhalation she had just suffered.

        As Kat attempted to reach the door, some pieces of wood from the ceiling fell on top of her. Then everything went black.

        A few minutes later, as Hayley slowly breathed in fresh air, the father of her child arrived and knelt in front of her.

        “You okay, luv?”

        “Thanks to Katherine, yes. She's still in there.”

        At hybrid speed, he rushed inside to save his brother's love life and Hayley's rescuer.

        “Katerina!” he yelled, searching for her with every sense he had. “Katerina!” he yelled over the flames again, before seeing her.

        In a blur, he was at her side and had thrown the wood off her. He then rested gentle hands on either side of her face.

        “Katerina?” he called to her.

        He waited for a few minutes for a sign that she could hear him, but she didn't reply. So, he gently picked her up in his arms and raced out of the burning house. He then gently layed her down by the wolf.

        “I have to find my brother,” he said, before vanishing from sight.

        When Kat came to, she was outside of the burning house, Hayley by her, looking down at her.

        “Thank you. You saved us,” she thanked the human.

        “You're welcome,” Kat replied. “Who saved me?” she asked, wanting to know, as she sat up.

        “Klaus,” Hayley answered her.

        “I'll have to thank him later. Where are the others? I assume this is the doings of a witch.”

        “Klaus went to go find Elijah. Rebekah went in the woods with one of my friends.”

        “Hayley, grab the closest car and follow me. I'm gonna go find Rebekah.”

        Both got to their feet, going in separate directions, just as Kat had said.

        When Kat saw Rebekah surrounded by fully phased werewolves, she put herself between the small pack of seven and Rebekah, not wanting them to hurt or kill her.

        She stared the wolf down that stood in the circle less than a foot away from where Kat stood in front of Rebekah.

        “I know werewolves enough to know that they don't usually attack Originals. I'm gonna assume that you made an alliance with a powerful witch, to teach someone a lesson. I'm not going to let you attack her. If you want to attack someone, attack me.”

        The alpha growled at her in displeasure.

        A moment later, he gave out a half bark half growl and the entire pack raced off.

        Kat turned around to face the only Original sister.

        “Are you okay?"

        “Yes, but what the bloody hell are you doing here?”

        “Long story. Short version is that I got the cure shoved down my throat and now I'm dying. Also, I saved Hayley and her friend's life tonight. Klaus saved me in return, before going off to find Elijah.”

        Hayley pulled up in Elijah's SUV and they got in, Kat in the passenger's seat, Rebekah in the back behind Katherine. They then went in search of Elijah and Klaus.

        In the end, everyone except Celeste, of course, lived, and Elijah and Katherine got back together. So, everybody lived as happily ever after as they could. After all, there is always war going on in New Orleans.
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Bless The Broken Road (Kalijah)


I set out on a narrow way many years ago

Hoping I would find true love along the broken road

But I got lost a time or two

Wiped my brow and kept pushing through

I couldn’t see how every sign pointed straight to you

Every long lost dream led me to where you are

Others who broke my heart they were like Northern stars

Pointing me on my way into your loving arms

This much I know is true

That God bless the broken road

That led me straight to you

(Yes he did)

I think about the years I spent just passing through

I’d like to have the time I lost and give it back to you

        It was a beautiful day in England, as Katerina Petrova and Elijah Mikaelson played chase.

        She stopped running and laughed, as she said, “You’re meant to catch me.”

        “Well, If I catch you, then the game will be over,” he replied, having also stopped playing chase with her.

        They sat down on a bench and she suddenly looked at him, as she asked him, “True love isn’t real unless it is returned, do you agree?”

        He lied, saying, “I do not believe in love, Katerina.” He knew he shouldn’t let his feelings get the better of him, even if he didn’t want her to die so Klaus could become a hybrid. There was no other way though.

        “That is too sad for me to believe, my Lord. If we cease to believe in love, then why would we want to live?” she replied, not believing that he didn’t believe in love.

            The night of the full moon, she found out what Klaus was going to do to her and what they were, so she took the Moonstone and ran for her life. Though Elijah cared for her, he helped search for her. He didn’t want her to die, but he also was loyal to his brother. He knew if he didn’t find her for Klaus, he’d end up with a dagger in his chest and probably in a box for a century or two.

        “Katerina!” He called to her. “It’s pointless to run! Klaus will find you wherever you are!” He then said, “I know you are near. I can smell your blood.”

        That night, he never found her, because she had help in escaping and because in the end, she turned herself into a vampire after Rose had healed her with her blood, thinking that she would be rid of him if she died. She didn’t expect to become a vampire though, but when she did, she took the chance and fled, only to find one night, her entire village slaughtered. She knew only one monster that would do that, but she hadn’t expected him to lash out by killing her villagers and family. After weeping over her mother, she fled so that he wouldn’t find her.

*Mystic Falls- Mikaelson Mansion*

But you just smile and take my hand

You’ve been there to understand

It’s all part of a grander plan that is coming true

Every long lost dream led me to where you are

Others who broke my heart they were like Northern stars

Pointing me on my way into your loving arms

This much I know is true

        It was a dismal night at the Mikaelson mansion in Mystic Falls, as Elijah stood in front of his Katerina. She was a 500 year old vampire by now whom had turned into someone that wasn’t the Katerina he had once known. Vampirism had changed her and now he was finally seeing how much she had changed in the last 500 years. She had lied to him in Pennsylvania earlier tonight, but she had at least handed the cure over to him and wanted him to decide where they stood. He hadn’t decided yet, but he felt like he, once again, had to choose family over her. He hated that he was breaking her heart yet again so, thinking that she’d be just fine as always on her own, and believing that he’d come back for her when he could, he knew there was one way to protect her. Or so that’s what he thought he was doing. He had to follow Niklaus to New Orleans to help him with whatever witch problem he was dealing with there, so Elijah couldn’t be here for her. He had to keep her away from Klaus just as he always had though, so he was doing the one thing he hated to do to her. This was his way to protect her and give them both some space to think things through.

        “Elijah, please. It’s our turn,” she pleaded with him, once he’d told her that he was following Klaus to New Orleans to help him with the witches.

        He didn’t have much to say except for, “Katerina.” He kissed her on the forehead. “Goodbye, Katerina.” Then he was gone in a blur. He had to get away quickly so that he wouldn’t change his mind and go back. It hurt them both, but he was the moral one and family always came first for him. He had to sacrifice love for his family. Even if he hated doing it.

*Present- New Orleans*

That God bless the broken road

That led me straight to you


Now I’m just rolling home

Into my lover’s arms

This much I know is true

That God bless the broken road

That led me straight to you

That God bless the broken road

That led me straight to you

        It was a dismal night in New Orleans, as a human Katherine stumbled out of the car she’d just crashed into a pole, injured. She couldn’t stay in the wrecked car, for fear that a not so friendly vampire would come across her and probably come after her. She’d crashed her car when she’d come to town after escaping Silas and Damon. Silas had tried to drown her and Damon had gotten her out of the house, but then he’d tried to hand her over to Silas. She didn’t know why, but she wasn’t going to stick around Mystic Falls to find out why. So she’d driven a car she’d stolen off the Mystic Falls streets to New Orleans, knowing that though Klaus was in town, there was one person that she could always count on. Even though she’d gotten herself in the mess of being a human by Elena shoving the cure down her throat when Katherine had tried to kill her, she knew Elijah wouldn’t want her to die. She knew that even though his family came first, he’d never let her die if he could help it. He’d saved her before, time and time again.

        As she limped out of the car, she put a hand on the door to try and get her balance, even though as an injured human, it was a little hard to. Then she began to limp away from the car crash, each step hurting and her vision blurry. She knew she was losing a lot of blood and was very injured, but being herself, she wasn’t going to give up the fight. She had to find Elijah. She knew he’d help her any way that he could.

        Elijah was walking through town, having just left the bar to head home. He had needed to have a few drinks after finding out that his former witch lover, Celeste, had resurrected and was after him and his family in vengeance. She apparently wanted to teach him the “error of” his “ways.” She didn’t like the fact that no matter what Klaus did, he always stood by him, all because of a vow he and his family had kept for 1,000 years. Elijah knew he had to be ready, because he knew how powerful she had been in her day and with the Harvest girls having yet to all resurrect, Celeste had unlimited power. There was no telling what she’d do, no matter how well he had once known her.

        After a while of walking, he saw a car crashed into a pole in a desolate area not far from the woods. He could smell the scents of human, Katerina, and blood but didn’t see her anywhere near the crash site. So, curious of why she was in town and what had happened, he followed her scent and the blood trail. He’d never thought he’d ever see her in the same town as Klaus. Mystic Falls had been an exception since she’d been there before he and his family had come to town. He needed to know what she was doing here. He had enough past lover troubles. If she was here to cause any trouble like she sometimes had a habit of doing, he needed to set her straight. He didn’t have much time to deal with whatever she may have in store if she was here to cause trouble.

        When he finally found her, he realized that the reason he’d thought she’d been here for had been wrong. She wasn’t here to cause trouble. She was in no condition to do so. He knew now that she’d come to town for his help. There was no other reason that a human and injured Katerina would be in town.

        He blurred to her side, where she lay on the forest floor in the heart of the woods on her back.


        He gently pulled her into his arms. He bit his wrist and put it to her lips, though he didn’t know if it would work or not, since he didn’t know how she was even human in the first place. He made a little bit go down her throat to see if it would work, but it didn’t when he realized that she couldn’t digest it.

        He got to his feet with her in his arms and blurred home. He couldn’t lose her. He wouldn’t let her die if he had any say in the matter. They didn’t have a working hospital though, so he had to go to the one person that despised her. He knew she despised her, but he also knew that she could save her and would if he asked her to do so. She knew how much he loved her and she also knew what it felt like to lose someone you love one way or another. She’d understand and help him save Katerina’s life.

        “Stay with me, Katerina. Don’t leave me,” he pleaded, though he didn’t know if she could hear him or not, since she wasn’t awake.

        Once home, he gently layed her down in his bed and, upon his request, Rebekah took care of her wounds and did what she could for her.

        Afterward, Rebekah left the room and Elijah sat down on Katerina’s bedside, waiting for her to awaken, though he doubted that she’d wake up anytime soon.

        He rested a gentle hand on her left one and his other on the side of her face.

        “I’m so sorry, Katerina. I should’ve made sure you were okay.”

        In the end, she recovered fully and she and Elijah got back together, so they stayed in New Orleans together.
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The Casket Girls

        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as Davina stood there in the Mikaelson's home in the French Quarter.

        “I'm tired of all your lies!” she yelled at Marcel, as she used her magic on him.

        “Let me explain,” Marcel tried to reason.

        A moment later, she had him on the ground with her magic and out cold.

        She turned to Klaus.

        “And you. You act like you're not a monster, but you are. Show them your true self.”

        A moment later, he was on the ground, bones cracking, as fangs started to form and his eyes started to turn yellow.

        “Davina, I assume?” a female said, as she walked in. “Stop it. Leave them alone. I wouldn't do that if I were you. It won't go over well being his enemy. I may not know what's going on, but please. Leave them be.”

        Davina looked at her.

        “Who are you?”

        “Katherine. Now let them go. I've come for help from the Originals. Marcel I could care less about, but he is Klaus' friend. So don't permanently kill him. That, and Elijah and I are in love.”

        Davina stopped her magic, knowing what love felt like.

        “Josh, you may jump whenever you are ready. You're a vampire. You can jump.”

        They didn't know how she knew him, but Josh jumped down and Davina went to him.

        “Now, please go.”

        Kat watched them go, before looking at Klaus who was trying to get back into control.

        “I need to tell all three of you why I need your help, so please calm down.”

        She went to Elijah next and hugged him, which he silently returned.

        “I've missed you. This past month has been hell,” she stated.

        They let go.

        “You're human,” he stated to her.

        “Yes, but not willingly. Elena shoved the cure down my throat. I guess I deserved it, though, since I took my anger on Bonnie out on Elena and tried to kill her. Where's your sister? I don't want to have to repeat myself twice.”

        Just then, the Original sister arrived.

        “What the bloody hell are you doing here?”

        Kat turned to look at her.

        “Apparently, saving your brothers and Marcel's asses from a powerful witch. Also, I need help from you Originals and a witch. Not Davina, though. After what she tried to do, I'd rather have Sophie help.”

        Once everyone was seated in the living room, she told them everything that happened and how she needed them. And in the end, Sophie was able to do a spell that saved her life. So, everybody lived as happily ever after as they could. After all, there was still a war going on in New Orleans between the Originals and the witches.
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Original Hybrid Life Saver

        It was a dark night, as Katherine Pierce limped towards the Originals’ family home. She had just had a bad confrontation with a couple vampires. They were hurt, but wouldn’t be for long. She was hurt worse, though, since she was human. So, even though she was hurt, she continued her destination to where they were living at. She needed protection, so she was in search of Elijah. The one she still loved to this day.

        As she entered the house and grabbed the staircase, everything grew dim for her. Then everything went black.

        When Niklaus Mikaelson came home an hour later, he stopped in his tracks, seeing something, or rather, someone unexpected. Katerina whom had ran from him for 500 years was here in his home hurt, out cold, and from the sound of her heart, human. Then he saw a note on a table not far from where she lay. Knowing Elijah’s love for her, he decided that he would save her life. But before he did so, he picked up the letter and read it.

Dear whoever is reading this,

        I need to let you know what has happened. I tried to kill Elena over anger of Bonnie not handing the cure over to me. I didn’t know Elena had it with her and she shoved it down my throat. According to Qetsiyah, I’m dying of old age. Because I’m human because of the cure, I found out that I can’t digest vampire blood. I’ve tried. According to Dr. Wes Maxwell at Elena and Caroline’s college, time is catching up with me, since I turned 500 years ago. Because time is my current enemy, I tried to kill myself, but Stefan stopped me. Also, I gave birth to an illegitimate daughter in 1492 and she recently found me. She’s a vampire by the name of Nadia Petrova. I promised her that we would leave Mystic Falls together after I’m cured of time. I intend to keep my promise.

        In order to be cured, I came to New Orleans, but I was injured by two vampires. So, I headed for the Originals’’ family home in hope of receiving help. Also. I have come for protection. After all, Originals are the strongest and oldest vampires in the world.

        With admiration to Rebekah,

        With love to Elijah,

        With forgiven transgressions to Klaus,

        And with care to Hayley and the child,

        Take care and promise to keep Nadia safe,

        Katerina Petrova,

        “Oh, Katerina. What have you gotten yourself into this time?” he said, though he didn’t know if she could hear him or not.

        He gently picked her up in his arms and headed to his room to lay her down, in order to save her life.

        When she came to, she saw that she was in someone’s room with her wounds taken care of, Klaus standing over her.

        “Katerina,” he greeted her with a friendly smile.

        Why he was being friendly, she didn’t know.

        “Klaus,” she greeted back, looking at him, as she slowly and painfully sat up in bed.

        “How you always manage to get yourself into sticky situations is beyond me, but I promise you that I will help and protect you. And thank you, Katerina.”

        “Why would you? You hate me. And what have I done to deserve this kindness and thanks?”

        “Because I read your note. You’re the first person that has forgiven me. Why you’d forgive me for what I’ve done, I’ll probably never know. And I no longer hate you,” he informed her.

        A few hours later, Kat was no longer dying from time catching up with her with help from Sophie. She was still human, though. Also, Klaus let her and Elijah have their way and she was under the protection of the Originals. She even helped Hayley while she was pregnant and stayed out of the crossfire between the vampires, witches, and Originals.
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The One That Got Away (Kalijah)

*American Gothic*

Summer after high school when we first met

We’d make out in your Mustang to Radiohead

And on my 18th Birthday

We got matching tattoos

Used to steal your parents’ liquor

And climb to the roof

Talk about our future

Like we had a clue

Never planned that one day

I’d be losing you

        It was a dismal night at the Mikaelson place, as Elijah stood in front of her. She’d asked him to choose where they stood, but he didn’t feel like he had time to choose, because he felt like he had to follow Klaus to New Orleans. So, though he wasn’t choosing, he had to cut ties to Mystic Falls, which meant he had to leave, whether it broke both of their hearts or not.

        “It’s our turn, Elijah. Please,” she pleaded, when he’d told her that he was leaving.

        “Katerina.” He rested a hand on the side of her face, looking at her. Then he kissed her on the forehead. “Goodbye, Katerina.”

        A moment later, he was gone.

*Dead Man On Campus*

In another life

I would be your girl

We’d keep all our promises

Be us against the world

In another life

I would make you stay

So I don’t have to say

You were the one that got away

The one that got away

I was June and you were Johnny Cash

Never one without the other, we made a pact

        It was a dismal night, as a human Katherine drove a car she’d hot-wired, towards New Orleans. She needed Elijah. Even if he couldn’t save her with help from a New Orleans witch, at least she’d have him there with her in her last days or however long it took for her to die. She was dying of old age and she needed help, even if the Augustine Vampire Society said that there wasn’t a way to stop it. She was determined not to die, no matter the cost, as long as Elijah wasn’t hurt in the process. She needed him now more than ever, so she was going to go find him in New Orleans. She just hoped that together, they would find a way to save her life.

*New Orleans- Dead Man On Campus*

Sometimes when I miss you

I put those records on (Whoa)

Someone said you had your tattoo removed

Saw you downtown singing the Blues

It’s time to face the music

I’m no longer your muse

But in another life

I would be your girl

We’d keep all our promises

Be us against the world

        She knocked on the plantation house door, having found out from an old witch friend, Sophie, where they were staying at. She hoped that this wasn’t a mistake.

        When the door opened, she was relieved that it was Elijah that had opened it. She assumed Klaus must be busy with plotting against Marcel and Rebekah was probably doing something else. She was thankful for that.

        “Katerina?” he inquired, shocked to see her human. “What has happened?”

        “Long story. Sort of. Right after you left, I thought it was partly Elena’s fault you left, so I took it out on her and tried to kill her and she shoved the cure down my throat. Now I’m dying of old age rapidly. I went to an expert on vampires, but he said that it can’t be stopped. I was hoping there may be a way to stop it, anyway. I have a friend, Sophie. Right now I’d rather not be in Mystic Falls. This is the safest place for me right now. That, and I have a lot of enemies. I know you don’t trust me after what I did as a vampire the last time we saw each other, but I need your help and your protection. You may not trust me, but I know you wouldn’t wish me dead,” she explained and also tried to convince him.

        When she told him everything, he knew she was telling the truth. He also knew that she was afraid now that she was human, knowing that she had way too many enemies to even count. He knew that he had to help her. He wanted to help her. Even though he left and though he didn’t trust her, he did still love her. She was right. He didn’t wish her dead. He didn’t know what pieces would be left of him if she died. He’d spent 500 years looking out for her. He didn’t know what he’d do without needing to do anything for her. No matter what happened, he was going to protect her with his life. If anyone wished her harm, they would be struck down just as he’d done to any enemies in past centuries.

        “Of course, Katerina. I promise you, I will protect you. I will always protect you. Come in.” He stepped aside.

        She walked inside.

        He closed the door.

In another life

I would make you stay

So I don’t have to say

You were the one that got away

The one that got away

The o-o-o-o-o-one

The o-o-o-o-o-one

The o-o-o-o-o-one

The o-o-o-o-o-one

The one that got away

        After they’d gone to Sophie for help, Sophie had finally found a spell to reverse the aging so she wouldn’t age rapidly. Only at a human pace of aging. So, all was well. Kat and Elijah even got back together after rekindling their relationship.
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Mirrors (Kalijah)

Aren’t you somethin’ to admire?

‘Cause your shine is somethin’ like a mirror

And I can’t help but notice

You reflect in this heart of mine

        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as Katherine Pierce, newly turned human, sat in the wrecked car, blood on either side of her head, a shard of glass in her left side, a wound on her right thigh, blood on and around her and on her from the damage the crash had caused, pale from massive blood loss.

        Meanwhile, Elijah Mikaelson, the eldest of the Original siblings, left the bar after a drink.

        On his way home, he smelled the familiar scents of Katerina and blood, so he went to investigate, wondering why she would be in town.

        A few minutes later, he saw her. As soon as he did, he knew she was human.

        “Katerina!” he said, as he raced towards the dented and crinkled car, heart sinking. If she died because he hadn’t been there for her, he would never forgive himself.

        As soon as he forced the door open, he knew she had lost a massive amount of blood.

        He rested a gentle hand on the right side of her face.

        “Katerina?” he called to her. “Katerina.”

        He gently turned her head to look at him and saw how pale she was with eyes barely open to slits and glassed over. And with vamp hearing, he could hear her slow heartbeat, but he couldn’t hear her breathing.

        “Stay with me, Katerina,” he said, as he gently slid his right arm under her, crook of arm supporting her head. With his free hand, he took the shard of glass out and tossed it to the ground, before sliding his left arm under her legs, gently pulling her into his arms.

If you ever feel alone and

The glare makes me hard to find

Just know that I’m always

Parallel on the other side

‘Cause with your hand in my hand and a pocket full of soul

I can tell you there’s no place we couldn’t go

Just put your hand on the glass

I’ll be tryin’ to pull you through

You just gotta be strong

‘Cause I don’t wanna lose you now

I’m lookin’ right at the other half of me

The vacancy that sat in my heart

Is a place that now you hold

Show me how to fight for now

And I’ll tell you, baby, it was easy

Comin’ back here to you once I figured it out

You were right here all along

It’s like you’re my mirror

My mirror staring back at me

I couldn’t get any bigger

With anyone else beside of me

And now it’s clear as this promise

That we’re making two reflections into one

‘Cause it’s like you’re my mirror

My mirror staring back at me, staring back at me

Aren’t you somethin’, an original

‘Cause it doesn’t seem merely a sample

And I can’t help but stare

‘Cause I see the truth somewhere in your eyes

I can’t ever change without you

You reflect me, I love that about you

And if I could, I would look at us all the same

        Half an hour later, he was pacing in the waiting room, hoping not to lose her. This was his fault. He had left her once again for his family and hadn’t even made sure she was okay. The way he had left, he could still see the hurt in her eyes when he had chosen Klaus over here. She had begged him to stay and what had he done? He had left her hurt and alone. And sometime between him leaving and now, the cure had been shoved down her throat. He knew she loved being a vampire and knowing she was human, it was the only thing he could think of that would make sense. Why couldn’t he of answered her calls six months ago? Who knew what kind of Hell she had been through. And now, after the condition she was in, he may not ever get to apologize to her. For all he knew, she could’ve died because of his ignorance. He had been a jerk after looking out for her for 500 years. Just because he had left, didn’t mean he didn’t care. Elena had gotten in his head that she was a monster. Now, because of his actions, she had been stuck with those who wanted to see her dead. She had been hurt by his actions and alone. For all he knew, she could’ve been running scared and hopeless without anyone to turn to.

        I’m so sorry. Forgive me, Katerina. You’re a fighter. I need you to be strong and fight. I don’t want to lose you. Please, Katerina. Don’t leave me.

‘Cause with your hand in my hand and a pocket full of soul

I can tell you there’s no place we couldn’t go

Just put your hand on the glass

I’ll be tryin’ to pull you through

You just gotta be strong

‘Cause I don’t wanna lose you now

I’m lookin’ right at the other half o me

The vacancy that sat in my heart

Is a space that now you hold

Show me how to fight for now

And I’ll tell you, baby, it was easy

Comin’ back here to you once I figured it out

You were right here all along

It’s like you’re my mirror

My mirror staring back at me

I couldn’t get any bigger

With anyone else beside of me

And now it’s clear as this promise

That we’re making two reflections into one

‘Cause it’s like you’re my mirror

My mirror staring back at me, staring back at me

Yesterday is History

Tomorrow’s a mystery

I can see you lookin’ back at me

Keep your eyes on me

Baby, keep your eyes on me

‘Cause I don’t wanna lose you now

        Finally, after a few hours, a doctor came to tell him that they had to revive her once, but she was recovering now. It was just the matter of her waking up. If she healed like normal, she would be fine, but right now, it was slow progress. Every organ in her body was failing. Then the doctor said that he could see her and, if he wished, he could take her home with him. Just like everyone in New Orleans, she knew who and what he was.

        He thanked her and then went to her room, closing the door behind himself.

I’m lookin’ right at the other half of me

The vacancy that sat in my heart

Is a space that now you hold

Show me how to fight for now

I’ll tell you, baby, it was easy

Comin’ back here to you once I figured it out

You were right here all along

It’s like you’re my mirror

My mirror staring back at me

I couldn’t get any bigger

With anyone else beside of me

And now it’s clear as this promise

That we’re making two reflections into one

‘Cause it’s like you’re my mirror

My mirror staring back at me, staring back at me

You are, you are the love of my life

Now you’re the inspiration for this precious song

And I just wanna see your face light up since you put me on

So now I say goodbye to the old me, it’s already gone

And I can’t wait wait wait wait wait to get home

Just to let you know, you are

You are, you are the love of my life

Girl you’re my reflection, all I see is you

My reflection, in everything I do

You’re my reflection and all I see is you

My reflection, in everything I do

You are, you are the love of my life

        He went and sat on her bedside, thankful that she was still alive, but knew that she was dying. Not wanting to lose her, he bit his wrist and put it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat to heal and save her, hoping the cure hadn’t made it impossible for her to digest vampire blood.

        A few minutes later, he took her wrist away which instantly healed, and looked silently down at her.

        He rested his hand in hers.

        “Forgive me, Katerina. I abandoned you. I shouldn’t have. I’m sorry. I’m here for you now. I’m not leaving. I’m right here.”

        A couple hours later, when she slowly woke up and saw where she was and who was there on her beside, she smiled.


        “Katerina,” he said with a smile, thankful that she would live and be okay.

        In the end, he took her home to where they all lived at, and she and Elijah got back together.
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Bloodletting (4th revised version)

        It was a dark night, as a newly turned human, Katherine Pierce, staggered passed trees, looking for Elijah. She had come to New Orleans to ask him for his protection, only to hear that Tyler was in town and had caused friction between the Originals and Hayley. She had just been face-to-face with the hybrid she knew Tyler had created. She had had to stab it in the heart to kill it, but he had gotten her pretty good and she didn’t know if she could digest vampire blood.

        Meanwhile, Elijah lay on the bed in the cabin, Hayley seated on his bedside, worried.

        Later, during a hallucination, he pinned her up against a wall, ready to bite her on the side of her neck.

        Katherine staggered inside to see the scene.

        Suddenly, he smelled a lot of blood.

        The human stood in the middle of the cabin.

        “Elijah,” she said.


        He let go of Hayley and turned around to see her.

        He was instantly in front of her.

        “What has happened to you?” he questioned her.

        “I screwed up and now I’m dying of old age. I came here to ask you for your protection, only to get a run in with a hybrid,” she explained, before everything went black for her.

        “Katerina,” he said, as he caught her from hitting the floor, arm holding her up, hand between her shoulder blades.

        He gently picked her up and layed her gently down on the bed, before sitting on her bedside and biting his wrist, putting it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat to heal and save her.

        Hayley silently watched.

        A few minutes later, he took his wrist away, which instantly healed.

        He looked down at her, as her wounds healed. As he did, he realized that the symptoms from Klaus’ bite had vanished. His fear for Katerina’s life had stopped them. He was no longer dying from Klaus’ bite.

        A few hours later, when she came to, he knew that she’d be okay for now. He then granted her his protection and they went to Davina for help in saving her.

        In the end, Davina did a spell and she was no longer dying of old age. Elijah even got back together with her.
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Bloodletting (3rd revised version)

        It was a beautiful day in New Orleans, as Katherine Pierce walked around in the Bayou in search of Hayley. She wanted to see for herself if it was true. She had heard that a wolf matching Hayley’s description was pregnant with Klaus’ kid that the wolves were calling a “miracle baby.”

        Suddenly, she heard commotion from within a cabin. So, very silently, she decided to look in a window to see what was going on. And when she did, she saw Tyler and a male vampire. They were standing in the middle of the room, Hayley sitting on the floor, back against a wall. She then saw Tyler take some of her blood and inject it into the vampire, which turned him into a hybrid. Then Tyler had him drink from Hayley, but had to try and stop him from killing her. He was losing, though. He got thrown pretty hard, which knocked him out. Then the hybrid continued to feed on her.

        Kat, knowing she couldn’t let her die, rushed in, closing the door behind herself, and through a vial of vervain on his face. It stopped him from killing her, since it burned him.

        He growled in pain, as she knelt beside Hayley.

        “Hayley, It’s Katherine. Can you hear me?” she gently called to her, gentle hands on either side of her face.

        Hayley groaned, which relieved her.

        Kat gently layed her down and, knowing she needed blood, grabbed the knife on the floor and cut her wrist, before putting it to Hayley’s lips.


        As she felt Hayley drink, she looked at Tyler whom was watching her.

        “My apologies for spoiling your plan, whatever it was, but I just saved her life,” she said to him.

        Knowing the hybrid would try again, Tyler did the only he could do. He grabbed a piece of wood and shoved it through the hybrid’s heart, killing him. Then he looked at Katherine.

        “What are you doing here in the first place?”

        “I wanted to see for myself it was true. Apparently, it is.”

        Kat looked down at Hayley and took her wrist away.

        “Someone should get her home.”

        “I’ll do that,” Tyler volunteered.

        Kat watched Tyler, as he took her home.

        A moment later, she realized that she hadn’t been paying attention to where she had cut her wrist, or how much Hayley had taken, when she felt her back on the floor. Then everything started to go gray. She just hoped Tyler would be coming back. But that wasn’t the last thing she thought of. The last thing she thought of was Elijah, before everything went black.

        When he returned to the cabin that night, the smell hit his senses immediately. He recognized it before he even opened the door. It was blood. Still getting her scent, he realized that she hadn’t left yet. That made him wonder why.

        As soon as he opened the door, he saw her out cold on the floor on her back, pale, wrist still bleeding from where he had seen her cut it to save Hayley’s life, head to the right.

        At hybrid speed, he was instantly at her side.

        “Katherine, hang on,” he said before biting his wrist and putting it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat to heal her. Even after everything she had done, he knew she didn’t deserve to die. Not like this; human and from blood loss.

        He took his wrist away, realizing that it wasn’t working.

        He looked around for something that would help and saw the syringe that still had some of Klaus’ child’s blood. So, hoping to save her life, he grabbed it and gave the human the last of her blood.

        A moment later, he saw it working its charm. The child’s blood was healing her.

        When Kat came to, she was in the cabin on the bed, her wrist healed. She figured it had been Tyler, but she was alone. Also, she still felt weak. It felt like she was getting better, though. And then, seeing the empty syringe on the end table, she realized why she was feeling better and was healed. He had given her the last of the child’s blood, which had saved her life.

        She smiled, glad to be alive.
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Bloodletting (2nd revised version)

        It was a beautiful day in New Orleans in the Bayou, as Klaus stood with his hand in Tyler’s chest, Tyler up against a tree.

        When he smelled her familiar scent, he greeted her without looking at her, saying, “How pleasant of you to join us. What brings you to my town? What do you want?”

        Katherine stood a distance away, as she replied to the Original werewolf-vampire hybrid, saying, “I came for protection, since Silas wants me dead. I’m human now. Elena wasted the cure on me when I tried to kill her, since I was mad at Bonnie for not handing the cure over to me. Now I’m dying of old age. Time is catching up with me. You obviously won’t protect me, so I was looking for Elijah. Then I heard you two.”

        “I’d love to help you, but I have a hybrid getting between me and my unborn child. He has complicated things and must be taken out.”

        “I see your point, Klaus, but I wouldn’t do that. Think about this. What would Caroline think of you? The only reason he broke up with her was to get back at you for killing his mother. Please, Klaus, Don’t make more enemies than you need to, because I know that Caroline will hate you forever if you kill Tyler. I can call her up even if you want me to. We’re becoming quite the allies. After all, I helped her make everyone think that Elena’s not a vampire.”

        Klaus gave a low growl, but took his hand out of Tyler’s chest, letting Katerina have her way for the moment. He then stepped back and watched her walk up to the hybrid.

        She looked at Tyler and he looked at her, as she spoke to him, not at all afraid of what he might do to her.

        “Tell Marcel nothing and then go back home to Mystic Falls and stay there. Even if it costs you your life, help them defeat Silas and go back to Caroline. Right now, she needs someone there for her. Elena had to kill Jesse to save Damon’s life. She cared about him and he’s dead, Tyler. Now go.”

        She walked a distance away.

        Knowing she was right, Tyler left to do as she told him to do.

        Klaus looked at Katerina as did she with him.

        “You’re being brave. You know what I can do, yet here you are,” he commented to her.

        “I’m dying,” she reminded him.

        “Yes. So, you said.”

        He started to walk towards her.

        “Where’s Elijah?” she asked him.

        “I’m mad at him and the wolf carrying my child, so I bit him for punishment. Rebekah’s not happy with me.”

        “Well, at least you’re not going to let him die. He’s your brother, after all. Without him, I don’t know what anyone would do.”

        Suddenly, everything went dim for her and she felt something like ground under her.

        The Original hybrid ran towards her, as she collapsed to the ground on her back.

        Once at her side on her left on the ground, he rested a gentle hand on the left side of her face. He then looked down at her to assess her condition.

        Seeing how pale she was and a few bleeding wounds, he bit his wrist.

        “The cure won’t let me keep vampire blood down. Ask Caroline. She tried to help me when my hand wouldn’t stop bleeding,” she whispered, as everything started to go black.

        Her skin paled some more, as he contemplated on what to do, knowing she was slowly dying from both blood loss and what the cure had done to her.

        She closed her eyes, feeling very weak and tired.

        “Fight it, Katerina,” was the last thing she heard, before everything went black for her.

        He took his hand away from her face and gently pulled her into his arms, before getting to his feet and racing towards home to try and save her life.

        Once in a bedroom, he gently layed her down in a bed.

        When Hayley was heading towards her room, she stopped, seeing Klaus and one of the doppelgangers.

        Hayley Marshall walked in and stood at the entrance.

        “Klaus, what’s going on?” she asked him.

        “Katerina is dying and hurt, but she can’t be healed. The cure made her human and she got hurt sometime down the road. Because the cure made her human, vampire blood won’t help. Her body just rejects it.”

        He turned around to face her, before getting a vial, biting his wrist, and making his blood drip into the vial.

        A few minutes later, he put the cap on and his wrist instantly healed. He then came to stand in front of her.

        “Take this to Elijah. It’ll cure him from my bite. He’ll want to be here for Katerina. He can’t be here for her if he’s dying. In the meantime, I’ll be out finding someone that can help her. She deserves a second chance just as I have been given.”

        Hayley took it and then left without a word, knowing what he meant by Elijah wanting to be there for Katherine. He was hinting that Elijah was in love with Katherine.

        Klaus went to stand at her bedside. He then looked down at her, before lightly trailing his fingers down the left side of her face. The way he acted towards her now, made it look like he cared about her.

        “Stay with us, Katerina. Elijah is coming. Don’t worry. We’ll find a way. I won’t let anything happen to you,” he promised her, though he didn’t know if she could hear him or not.

        In the end, she lived after Davina did a spell to save her life and help her, and Kat was no longer dying of old age. So, everybody lived as happily ever after as they could, with Kat and Elijah getting back together. After all, they all had enemies.
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Bloodletting (1st revised version)

A/N: Got Elijah dying from the bite from the preview for the next episode.

        It was a beautiful day in New Orleans, as Elijah and Hayley stood in the woods not far from a cabin, with a mad Klaus.

        Suddenly, Klaus grabbed his elder brother and bit him, before throwing him to the ground.

        “Consider that my parting gift to you two. Enjoy your life together. At least, before the hallucinations start.”

        Elijah got to his feet and they watched him leave.

        “We should stay here until he cools off. He'll come around. He always does,” Elijah said to Hayley.

        “You think he'll come back after he does?” Hayley questioned him.

        “He's my brother. He wouldn't let me die,” he said.

        Meanwhile, Klaus and Rebekah were at home, Rebekah seated on the couch, Klaus seated on the coffee table in front of her. He had just informed her of where Hayley and Elijah were, what he had done to Elijah, and that she was going to help him plot against Marcel because they're family.

        “So, what secrets has Marcel spilled to you?” he asked her.

        “That he's in love with me still and would love to make a life with me,” she said truthfully.

        “Love. What a strong emotion. You and I can use that against him.”

        “Let's make a deal. I'll help you plot against Marcel, if you let Hayley and Elijah come home.”

        “You're really going to be like that, Little Sister?”

        “How would you like me to be? You bit Elijah over whatever it is that you won't say.”

        Klaus got up and went to stand by his drinking place not far from the doorway.

        Back at the cabin in the woods in the Bayou, Elijah was on his back on the bed, Hayley seated on his bedside, wetting his face down with a cool, wet washcloth.

        “You should go,” Elijah said.

        “I'm not leaving,” she replied to him.

        As he layed there, he wished his brother to get over being mad at him already and come to his rescue. But then again, he was an Original They didn't think a werewolf bite would effect or kill an Original vampire.

        Rebekah was walking her frustration off, when her phone went off.


        “Actually, it's both of us,” Hayley replied.

        “Where are you, Rebekah?” he asked her.

        “Walking. You sound terrible. Where are you?”

        “We're still at the Bayou in a cabin. He bit me. I didn't think the bite could effect or kill me, since I'm an Original, but I was wrong. You have to make Klaus see what he has done before it's too late.”

        “I will. Hang on, Elijah.”

        She hung up and sped towards home and into the living room.

        “What seems to be the rush, sister?” he asked her.

        She through a sharp knife at him.

        He caught it with a hand, before it could stab him anywhere.

        “Is that all you can say!? Elijah is dying because of you!” she yelled.

        “He's just saying that to get you on their side. Originals can't die from a werewolf bite. Even if they could, they started it. He deserves a couple days of discomfort.”

        “What are you? A child? Do you hear yourself? You would seriously let Elijah die because of some feud? I don't care who started what. Fix it before he dies! If he dies, you will not be my family and I will leave forever!” she said in rage, before storming out.

        Klaus grabbed an empty shot glass and through it at a nearby wall in anger and frustration He knew she was right. He would lose what he had left of blood related family if he let Elijah die. It wasn't Elijah's fault he believed what Hayley believed. As he and Rebekah both knew, Elijah always had a thing for a pretty face, and that's what Hayley was.

        An hour later, Hayley looked up to see Klaus walk in.

        Klaus closed the door behind himself and walked over to the bed, as Hayley got to her feet and went to stand by the window. He then sat on his elder brother's bedside and bit his wrist, before putting it to his lips, making his blood go down his throat to cure him. He just hoped he wasn't too late. He was out cold and his skin was starting to look cracked-looking. He wasn't far from death. At this point, Klaus knew he had gone too far with his anger this time. He had nearly killed his own brother. Something he would never forgive himself for if he had.

        Klaus took his wrist away and it instantly healed. He then stood up and started towards Hayley.

        “You. How could you believe him?” he growled at her, speaking of Tyler Lockwood, the hybrid whom had said that Klaus was going to use his own child to make hybrids when it was born. .

        “Maybe because I know him better than you do. Besides, I know how you can be, and love doesn't exactly fit into your lifestyle.”

        Suddenly, he pinned her against the wall by the window, hand tightly around her throat, and growled.

        She gasped.

        Rebekah walked in to see the scene and through him off her at vamp speed.

        “Seriously, Nik?” she said to him, before looking at Hayley to make sure she was okay She then looked at Klaus again. “Did you do it?”

        “Of course I did. I wouldn't kill my only brother,” he replied.

        In the end, Elijah was cured, so everybody lived happily ever after.
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House of the Rising Son (2nd revised version; Kat'

        It’s a dark night, as I stagger through New Orleans; searching for the one guy I will always love, hoping none of the supernatural factions will decide that I’m food. I’m hurt from the wreck I accidentally caused in Mystic Falls. If luck weighs in my favor, Damon won’t follow me to New Orleans just to feed me to Silas.

        When I see the Mikaelson mansion, I’m overjoyed inside, knowing it’s not much further. I’m so exhausted, and I know I look like crap. All that matters to me right now though, is that I get to Elijah. As far as I know, none of the Originals know what has happened. Hopefully, Klaus won’t be ill-tempered when I get to the mansion. He can be quite aggressive if he’s driven to be. I’m human now because of Elena shoving the cure down my throat. I need protection, and Elijah is the only one that will protect me, and not break his promise to protect me. I should’ve known that Damon would break his promise to protect me after a few weeks. I don’t know why he did it, and I don’t care to find out. I want to put as many allies and miles between him and me as I can possibly get.

        When I get to the mansion, my vision blurry from my injuries and possible blood loss, I hear their voices.

        “A witch,” Klaus says. 

        “She’s not just any witch. She’s something I’ve never seen before, something beyond powerful, and because of you, she has Elijah. Who knows what she could do to him,” Rebekah says.

        “Where is she?” Klaus asks her.

        “That clever bitch. I don’t know,” she answers after a moment.

        “What’s wrong?”

        “She wiped my memory of the location. Marcel possesses a weapon bigger and more powerful than an Original, and you handed our brother to him! How many times will Elijah forgive you? How long until his hope for your redemption finally dies?”

        “I did what I had to do! Marcel took our home!”

        “And our home is worthless without family. I am finding Elijah—whatever it takes. Are you going to help me?”

        “Whatever it takes,” he answers her.

        I take a breath, realizing the two people that hate me most in the world are home, but Elijah won’t be coming to my rescue anytime soon. I then knock on the front door, hoping Klaus won’t be the one there to answer it, and hoping that Rebekah won’t kill me for getting the cure like she wanted.

        When the door opens, there stands my 500 year old enemy.

        “Klaus,” I say. “This isn’t the best time, but I was hoping to see Elijah. Apparently, that won’t be happening anytime soon, though.”

        “Come in,” he says.

        I do so and lean against the wall.

        “What happened to you, luv?” he questions after closing the door.

        “Elena shoved the cure down my throat the night of graduation. Now I’m human. I got into a crash back in Mystic Falls, when I was trying to get Jeremy to turn around. Damon wanted to take me to Silas to feed me to him. I did what I always do. I ran. I left Mystic Falls and came here to ask Elijah for his protection, since Damon broke his promise to protect me,” I summarized.

        “Well then. Welcome to New Orleans. Can’t have you dying before you can say a word to my brother, so here,” he says, before biting his wrist and holding it out to me.

        I take it and drink, hoping that he won’t kill me afterwards.

        After a few minutes, I pull away and his wrist instantly heals, and my wounds start to heal.

        “Thank you,” I say to him.

        “You’re welcome, luv. Now go make yourself at home,” he replies, before walking towards the parlor, leaving me be.

        I head up the stairs to find a spare bedroom, and see that one room occupies a werewolf, which I knew would happen eventually. I’m friends with some witches and I know some wolves. That’s how I know that she’s pregnant with Klaus’ child. I actually secretly hope it’s a girl. Girls I hear are quite fun to bring up. Maybe a girl will soften Klaus up like Caroline did back in Mystic Falls. One can only hope.

        I decide to make myself at home in Elijah’s room, hoping he won’t mind. We may be broken up and all, but we’re still in love. We’ve loved each other for 500 years. That love just doesn’t go away on its own after just a short period of time.

        When we finally get Elijah back after almost a month, we speak in his room and he agrees to give me his protection. We even get back together again.
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House of the Rising Son

        It was a dark night in New Orleans in the middle of the town square, as Hayley, seated on a bench, looked at the brown, paper bag in her hands. She was going to take the poison to be done with all this business with the witches and Klaus.

        Suddenly, hearing something, she set the bag on the bench and stood up, looking around.

        A moment later, there were two men she sensed to be vampires, on either side of her, clearly there on regards to Marcel.

        “Marcel wants to see you,” one said.

        “Come with us,” the other said.

        “Why should I? Because Marcel orders it? I don’t care about his rules. I’m under protection. No one can do anything to me and get away with it.”

        “Come with us,” the first one echoed what the second one had said a moment later.

        The second one growled at her.

        A wounded, weak Katherine stopped walking a distance away, getting a sense that these vampires weren’t her friends. So, she walked over, a long stick in hand.

        “I think she made her point. She doesn’t want to go with you.”

        She stabbed the first vamp through the heart with the stick, killing him, before pulling it out and watching him fall to the ground.

        She looked at the last one remaining, as she leaned against the stick as a crutch.

        “Tell this Marcel to leave this werewolf alone, because he doesn’t want to get involved in Original vampire rivalry.”

        The vampire sped out of sight.

        Katherine let the stick drop to the ground, before placing a hand over her wound again and slowly turning to face Hayley.

        “We haven’t officially met. I’m Katherine. You must be Hayley.”

        “Yeah. I am. What happened to you?”

        “Cliff notes. Elena used the cure for vampirism on me when I tried to kill her over anger against Bonnie for not giving the cure to me. Now I’m human so I’m pretty much worthless. I can’t even keep from getting myself hurt or killed by a lone, hungry vampire.”

        A moment later, she started to get light-headed and even weaker. Then everything went blurry for her.

        Hayley Marshall went to stand at her side, as the human began to collapse to the ground. Hayley then put an arm around her, as she did.

        “This isn’t how I dreamed we would meet,” Kat commented, as her vision got even more blurry, back against Hayley, half sitting, half slouching.

        Hayley took Kat’s hand away from the wound to see how bad it was. She then looked down at her. She was paling and losing a lot of blood, and she could hear her breathing slowing with her werewolf ears.

        “Hang in there, Katherine,” she encouraged her gently, as she replaced Katherine’s hand over her wound and used her own hand to apply pressure to the wound. With her other hand, she took out her cell for help from one of the Originals. Elijah Mikaelson.

        As Kat lay there, knowing she was dying, she knew the werewolf was calling for help. She could barely hear her or concentrate, though. Her senses were leaving her. Then everything started to go black for her.

        “Elijah, you’re the only one I know I can trust. I need help here in the middle of the French Quarter. It’s Katherine.”

        “What about Katerina?”

        “Apparently, she’s human and hurt. She’s dying.”

        “I’m on my way.”

        He hung up and sped through New Orleans to help Katerina.

        Hayley put her phone away.

        Once he arrived, he was instantly on his knees by them. Then, being as gentle as possible, he slid an arm under her. As he did, Hayley let go of her and he carefully pulled her into his arms. He then bit his wrist, positioning her head gently back, and put it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat to heal her.

        He looked at Hayley.

        “What happened here?”

        Hayley told him everything she knew, as her force fed Katerina his blood.

        “They need to know,” he informed her, before looking down at his lover. “Keep fighting, Katerina. I’m here now.”


        Rebekah had just walked inside, when five minutes later, Elijah walked in carrying an out cold Katerina, Hayley at his side.

        Hayley closed the door, as Elijah headed towards the stairs, telling his sister, “Look after Hayley and get Niklaus. No use trying to hide her being in town.”

        Once in an unoccupied bedroom, Elijah layed her gently down on the bed. He then bent down and lightly kissed her forehead, before silently looking down at her.

        “I promise, I won’t leave you if I don’t have to. I’m so sorry, Katerina. Forgive me. I thought you’d be safe. I made a mistake, and for that, I am sorry.”

        When he heard Klaus, Rebekah, and Hayley coming their way, he turned around to face them.

        “What is the meaning of this?” Klaus growled, seeing Katerina.

        “How is she?” Hayley calmly asked Elijah.

        “What happened?” Rebekah questioned her elder brother.

        “I don’t know yet,” Elijah answered Hayley, before looking at both of his siblings. “Mind your tone, Niklaus. Katerina nearly died in Hayley’s arms tonight. Hayley knows more than I do. I just healed her and brought her here. All we can do now is wait for her to awaken.”

        He sat down on Katerina’s bedside and looked at her, as he held her left hand in his.

        Niklaus, Hayley, and Rebekah left the room, Hayley closing the door behind herself lightly, getting the hint that Elijah wanted to be left alone with Katerina.

        When Katherine woke up, she felt like herself again. She then saw that she was in an unfamiliar bedroom with Elijah seated on her bedside.

        “Welcome back, Katerina,” he greeted her.

        “Thanks,” she replied.

        They gave each other a smile.
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United Once Again (Kalijah)


The broken clock is a comfort

It helps me sleep tonight

Maybe it can stop tomorrow from stealing all my time

I am here still waiting though I still have my doubts

I am damaged at best

Like you’ve already figured out

I’m falling apart

I’m barely breathing

With a broken heart that’s still beating

In the pain

There is healing

In your name I find meaning

So I’m holdin’ on

I’m holdin’ on

I’m barely holdin’ on to you

        It was a nebulous night in New Orleans, as Katherine walked through the French Quarter in search of Elijah. She didn’t like to admit it, but for once in a very long time, she needed him; needed his help; his protection. She was human, which meant that sooner or later, her enemies would find out and she wouldn’t be able to defend herself. Having an Original on her side would be a bonus for her. This wasn’t just survival though. She also wanted to win him back. If she was going to die human, she wanted to at least get her happy ending with him before then. It still hurt that he’d left her for his family, but after being reunited with Nadia, she understood somewhat. She didn’t want Nadia’s protection though. Nadia had spent her entire vampirism life searching for her. It was time for her to live her own life. It was best that she go to Elijah. He and his siblings were almost unkillable. She was doing this to keep Nadia alive and make the better choice. Even if that choice got her killed or once again, hurt. He’d never hurt her before like he had by breaking up with her, but then again, it was partly her fault for lying to him.



        Elijah and Katherine were in an alleyway, Katherine standing in front of him.

        “I was doing what I had to to survive,” she defended.

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

        “Don’t. Don’t let sweet little Elena get to you. She hates me. She wants you to turn against me and convince you that I can’t be trusted.”

        “I asked you a question,” he said in an irritated and commanding tone.

        “No,” she replied. “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. I love you.” She rested a hand on the side of his face. “Elijah.” He turned his face away and she dropped her hand. “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.”

        He began to walk away.

        She caught up with him, a hand on his arm, stopping him.

        He looked at her, then her hand, and then her again.

        “Wait,” she said. Seeing him look at her hand, she knew he wanted her to let go. So she did.

        “Goodbye, Katherine.”

        She could only watch, as he walked away.


        Elijah was walking down a sidewalk. When he saw her coming, he tried to pass her, but her words and her in front of him stopped him.

        “Wait,” she said.

        “What do you want?”

        “To tell you that you’re right. I’ve spent so much time running and lying just to survive that I don’t —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.”

        She pulled out a black box from her purse.

        “You have the cure,” he stated.

        “Yes. And I could 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 put the cure in his hand, which was a vial of blood. “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 silently watched, as she walked off. Then he looked down at the cure.

*Mystic Falls*

        It was a dismal night, as they stood in front of each other at the Mikaelson mansion. He’d just told her that he was leaving to follow Klaus to New Orleans.

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

        “Katerina,” he said. He kissed her on the forehead. “Goodbye, Katerina.”

        A moment later, he was gone, leaving her alone and hurt and ultimately abandoned. Without Elijah, she had no one to turn to.


        Katherine had to stop in her tracks when she was surrounded by a few vampires.

        “Who are you? You’re not local here, nor a vampire,” one said.

        “Not telling,” she replied.

        “Then you’ll have to come with us and Marcel will decide what to do with you.”

        “Marcel, huh? Go ahead then. He won’t harm me. We’re old allies. Or were. Besides, he knows not to harm me. Unless he wants a certain Original on his tail,” she replied.

        The vampire she spoke to looked quite irritated when she said that. Then she heard the sound of bodies drop and turned around to see a couple of the vampires dead. The remaining vampires sped off in fear, which she understood, because there stood Rebekah whom hated her for being able to escape Klaus for 500 years.

        “Now that is no way to treat a lady,” Rebekah said, before dropping the heart and looking at her. “What the bloody hell are you doing here and human? You took the cure, didn’t you? Tell me I saved you for a good reason, because I don’t kill vampires just for anyone.”

        “I’m here for Elijah’s protection and maybe to win him back if possible. It’s not like I’d do this to myself on purpose. I didn’t know Elena had the cure in her pocket when I tried to kill her. Elijah’s my only option. Damon tried handing me over to Silas and I’m not putting Nadia, my daughter I had in 1490 that found me just to ask why I abandoned her, in danger by protecting me herself. I kept her a secret along with my villagers. She was illegitimate so I was banished. That’s why I was in England in 1492 in the first place. I went back for her in 1498, but couldn’t find her. I had to tell her what really happened. Apparently, she spent her entire life as a vampire, searching for me. I won’t have her killed trying to protect me. I’m giving her her life back,” she explained to her.

        Rebekah was shocked that she had a daughter and, hearing about her human life, actually felt sorry for her.

        “So, Elena bested you,” she sated. “Sounds like a pattern. Marcel has bested Klaus. I can take you to the house, but Elijah’s not there. Niklaus daggered him as a peace offering to Marcel. Now we’re trying to find out where Elijah is.”

        “I think I can speed things up. If he’s not at the compound, he’ll be with the witch Marcel saved. Her name’s Davina. She’d be a teenager now and she’s got a temper. She’s the only Harvest girl left alive. She lives in the attic of the church.”

        “How do you know this?” she asked.

        “Because we were allies and he told me about her years ago. I think it will be best if I go alone. Besides, Marcel knows that if he doesn’t do what I want, he won’t like the outcome. We made an agreement back in the 1950’s that he can do whatever he wants as long as he leaves Elijah alone. If he ever crossed the line, he’d answer to me and we’d be enemies,” Katherine answered.

        “I’ll go with you until you get to the compound then,” Rebekah said.

        An hour later, Marcel found her on a balcony, clearly waiting for him, looking down at the floor below.

        She sensed a presence and looked behind her to see him.

        Marcel stood beside her.

        “It’s been a while, Katherine. How’ve you been? I see you’re human now somehow. What are you doing here?” he greeted her, playing nice.

        “You know why I’m here. Where’s Elijah?” she questioned.

        “With Davina, but don’t tell no one about her,” he answered.

        “Too late. I’ve already told Rebekah. Now give back Elijah or I will be your enemy. I don’t care what you and Klaus are fighting about. Elijah isn’t just some peace offering. He’s the love of my life and you know it. So do whatever the hell you need to to get him back for me. Otherwise, I’ll do it myself and I know you wouldn’t want me going after Davina to do it in the first place,” she replied, that last part being a threat.

        “Okay, okay. You don’t need to get testy. I’ll talk to Davina, but I can’t promise anything. She’s working on finding out a way to kill Klaus. Right now, she hates him,” he explained to her.

        “Everyone hates him. I’m going to give you until tomorrow evening. Then it’s gonna go my way,” she said, before leaving.

        Later that night, she entered the house with Rebekah and picked out a room to sleep in; Elijah’s.

        Later the next night, Marcel gave Elijah to Katherine, much to Davina’s displeasure, and Klaus undaggered him.

        The next day, she walked in to see Elijah and Klaus each reading a book, before Rebekah walked in.

        “Is this what you do the first time we’re back together as a family? Vampire book club?”

        “Reading edifies the mind, sister. Isn’t that right, Elijah?”

        “Yes. That’s quite right, Niklaus.”

        Rebekah got rid of the body and was tending to the rug that had blood on it from the dead girl, while Katherine left the room.

        Katherine stood in front of the window of a guest room she’d chosen, looking out of it across the front yard.

        A moment later, she felt a presence behind her and then he was next to her.

        “I didn’t get around yet to thank you for returning me to my siblings, so thank you, Katerina. What has happened to you, though? You’re human.”

        “I tried to kill Elena after you left, because I thought it was partly her fault. I didn’t know that she had the cure and she shoved it down my throat. I came here to ask for your protection and maybe, if I’m lucky, we can fix us,” she replied, looking at him.

        “I’ll always protect you, Katerina. I won’t let anything happen to you, but I can’t promise anything. You lied to me.”

        “I know and I’m sorry. It felt like something I had to do at the time,” she apologized.

        There was nothing else to say so he left the room.

The broken locks were a warning you got inside my head

I tried my best to be guarded

I’m an open book instead

I still see your reflection inside of my eyes

That are looking for a purpose

They’re still looking for life

I’m falling apart

I’m barely breathing

With a broken heart that’s still beating

In the pain (in the pain)

Is there healing

In your name (in your name) I find meaning

So I’m holdin’ on (I’m still holdin’ on)

I’m holdin’ on (I’m still holdin’)

I’m holdin’ on (I’m still holdin’)

I’m barely holdin’ on to you

I’m hangin’ on another day

Just to see what you throw away

        She let him walk away, knowing that it would take time for him to trust her again. In the meantime though, she knew he’d protect her. She was thankful, because without him, she was sure that she’d give up.

        That night, while Elijah and Klaus were off doing stuff, Katherine suddenly felt like she was burning up. She put a hand on the railing by the stairs to stay on her feet. She felt like she was burning up and was getting somewhat dizzy.

        “Rebekah!” she called.

        When Elijah and Klaus had left, Elijah had appointed Rebekah to watch over Katherine.

        Rebekah came from the parlor and, upon seeing her, blurred to her side.

        She looked at the original.

        “I’m burning up. I think it’s a witch,” she informed her.

        She put an arm around her and a hand on her arm, and then blurred them both to Elijah’s room.

        “I’ll let them know. First though, lay down.”

        Katherine layed down with her help and Rebekah put a cool wet washcloth on her forehead, before leaving the room to call Elijah.

        Katherine closed her eyes, feeling weak from the high temperature. She wondered if this was what it felt like when a vampire was bitten by a werewolf.

        Rebekah came in a few minutes later and sat on her bedside.

        “Do me a favor and don’t die. I won’t hear the end of it from Elijah if you die on my watch.”

        “Well, I can’t promise anything,” she replied.

And I’m hanging on the words you say

You said that I will be OK

The broken lights on the freeway left me here alone

I may have lost my way now

Haven’t forgotten my way home

I’m falling apart

I’m barely breathing

With a broken heart that’s still beating

In the pain (in the pain) there is healing

In your name I find meaning

So I’m holdin’ on (I’m still holdin’)

I’m holdin’ on (I’m still holdin’)

I’m holdin’ on (I’m still holdin’)

I’m barely holdin’ on to you

I’m holdin’ on (I’m still holdin’)

I’m holdin’ on (I’m still holdin’)

I’m barely holdin’ on to you

        That night, when Elijah came into the room, she was so weak that she couldn’t go anywhere even if she wanted to. She knew it was Elijah though, when he gently picked her up in his arms, even before he spoke.

        “We have to get you cooled down,” he told her. Then she felt wind and a few minutes later, felt water, which let her know that he was going to use the pool to cool her down.

        He waded into the water, her in his arms, to cool her down while Sophie did a spell to counteract the spell Agnes had cast on her.

        After a few minutes, the spell was broken through Sophie’s spell.

        Elijah waded towards the end of the pool and got out with her still in his arms. After all, she was still weak from what had and almost had been done to her.

        Sophie looked at Elijah.

        “Agnes is our last living elder. Promise me that your brother won’t kill Agnes.”

        Elijah looked at the witch.

        “Normally I would promise you that Klaus nor I won’t kill her, but she tried to kill Katerina. I can’t promise you that. I will not let anyone harm Katerina. This will not go unpunished. I will not let Katerina be put in danger. Those responsible will be punished the way I and Klaus see fit,” he replied, before walking into the house to lay Katerina down in bed. He knew that she needed to rest.

        Once he layed her down on her bed, he went to leave, but turned back when he felt her hand on his arm.

        He looked at her.

        “Thank you,” she said weakly.

        “Anything for you, Katerina,” he replied, as he looked back at her.

        She let go of him.

        “You should go deal with Agnes. Rebekah can watch me,” she encouraged him.

        “Rest,” he said, before leaving.

        She gave a smile, before closing her eyes to rest.

        Later that night, Elijah stood in the church with a hand around Agnes’ throat.

        “Let this be a lesson to all of you what happens to those that come after Katerina,” he said to the other witches that were there.

        A moment later, he snapped her neck and let her body fall to the floor.

        “No one harms Katerina and lives. No one,” he said, before walking out of the church, heading back home.

        Rebekah walked into her room.

        When Katherine sensed a presence, she opened her eyes to see the blond standing in the threshold, clearly waiting for her to notice her.

        “I’m leaving,” Rebekah told her. “I only came here to make sure Elijah’s okay. He’s okay so I’m going.”

        “Then good luck,” she replied.

        Rebekah left and Katherine went back to sleep.

        A few days later, Klaus won back New Orleans and he, Elijah, and Katherine moved into the compound. Soon after, Elijah and Katherine got back together.
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