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The Devil Is Damned

        It was a beautiful night, as Elijah stood silently on the front porch of the farmhouse, where they were keeping Hope. He had just awakened from a dram where he had seen Katerina. She had informed him that she was dead, but they would see each other soon in the waking world.

        Cami came outside to stand by him.

        “Elijah, are you okay?”

        Still looking into the distance, he assured her, “I’m quite alright.”

        “Are you sure?”

        “Yes. I’m quite fine, Camille.”

        His phone went off.

        He took it out and seeing the caller ID, answered it.


        “Elijah. I can’t tell you how glad I am to hear your voice. Where are you? I’m going to come to you,” she replied.

        “Klaus will kill me for telling you where we are, but I think I can trust you with our secret.”

        “You mean Hope. I may have been dead, but people still talk. I promise no matter what, she’s safe with me.”

        “Thank you, Katerina.”

        Suddenly, she was pulled into an alley.

        “Hello, Katherine.”

        She faced him.

        “You must be Finn.”

        “The one and only,” he replied, before magically giving her a migraine.

        She dropped her phone and fell to her knees, screaming in excruciating pain.

        Elijah hung up.

        “I’ll be back. I need to do something,” he told Cami, before using vamp-speed. No one hurt Katerina and got away with it. No one. He would find them and end Finn, once and for all, no matter the cost. He would always love Katerina, despite everything, no matter what. He would give anything to be with her one last time.

        The next day, he found them.

        He walked in.

        “Let her go,” he growled.

        “I don’t think so. See, I think she’s something special to you. Also, I think she knows what secret you three would do anything to keep.”

        Suddenly, due to Kol and Rebekah overriding Finn’s magic, Finn became weak. That gave Elijah the chance to get Katerina out of there before the place blew up.

        A few moments after getting a distance away from the place, it blew up with Finn still inside.

        Once at the farmhouse, he gently layed her down on the couch and sat on the corner of it. He then bit his wrist, putting it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat to heal her, since she was injured from Finn’s attack on her.

        When she woke up she was healed, on a couch, and in a farmhouse with Elijah seated by her.

        She smiled.


        “You’re welcome, Katerina.”

        He smiled.

        In the end, they got back together.
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Brotherhood of the Damned

        Elijah, Kol, and Klaus found themselves in what looked to be a cabin, with four animal heads on the walls; a fox, a stag, a bull, and a wolf. After Finn showed himself, they found out that each symbolized four of their siblings. Klaus was the wolf, Kol was the fox, Finn was the bull, and Elijah was the stag.

        “Why are we here? Don’t tell me…it’s about our mother? I didn’t force her to drink blood and betray everything she holds dear. That was her choice,” Katherine said to Finn.

        “This isn’t about mother, this is about you. I want you to know how it feels to be powerless! So, I’m going to take the thing that matters the most to you. The city you’ve come to love so much.”

        “Are we quite done here? You will release us now,” Elijah said.

        “I will! After sundown. Because at sundown, when the marchers of Carillon Eve take to the streets, my barrier drops. Marcel and his hungry vampires will be unleashed to kill their way through the Quarter! I imagine that, after their atrocities, the supernatural community of New Orleans will be forced to find another place to call home.”

        “Look, I don’t care about the city. What I care about is that my very human body is lying at the feet of some very hungry vampires. Your fight is with them, it’s not with me!” Kol said to Finn.

        “All you care about is your own fragile mortality. But, what if you were made vulnerable? What then?”

        Before Finn could magically cause Kol any pain, Katherine walked in, closing the door behind herself.

        They looked at her, as she walked over to them.

        “Katerina?” Elijah questioned.

        “You must be the famous Katherine,” Finn guessed.

        “The one and only. You must be Finn.”

        “What are you doing here?” Klaus growled.

        “I’m not here to cause you trouble. I just want to help. I would’ve come sooner, but I had to learn a few tricks first and I just recently got wind of what’s going on in New Orleans,” she answered the hybrid. She looked at Finn. “You think you’re all powerful, but you’re not. I may not be a vampire or human, and I may be dead, but I have something you don’t. I’m descended from Travelers, so my magic is more powerful than yours ever will be.”

        “I never said I was. All I want is to make them suffer,” Finn informed her.

        “That was me for 500 years. I wanted to make Klaus suffer, but I didn’t. I knew I’d lose Elijah if I did. Besides, family is power and loyalty and love. You don’t turn your back on family. Nadia didn’t and neither did I. We died together as family. The only difference is that she found peace and I didn’t. Now if you’ll release your family, I’d appreciate it.”

        “Not until sundown when I release some hungry vampires,” he told her.

        “Suit yourself. I tried being nice,” she replied, before putting hands out in front of her and throwing a bunch of magic at him, which was more powerful than he could work with.

        Klaus and Elijah watched, Klaus with a smirk, amused now, Elijah silent, having mixed emotions.

        “Okay. Fine,” Finn said, giving in.

        She put her hands down, stopping, and Finn vanished.

        She faced all three brothers.

        “You’ll see me in the real world. There’s a witch working on bringing me back without the fast aging part. I’ll help you out.”

        “No offense, but you can’t do much as a human,” Klaus told her.

        “Don’t underestimate me,” she replied.

        A moment later, Klaus had vanished.

        “We’ll talk later,” she told Elijah with a smile.

        She watched, as he vanished.

        “Thanks for the save, sweetheart. I appreciate it, darlin’,” Kol said.

        “You never change,” she replied.

        She gave a smile, before he vanished.

        An hour later, a very human Katherine arrived at the compound. She used magic to bring the barrier down so she and Klaus could walk inside. Elijah would’ve come too, but he and Cami were keeping a certain secret safe.

        Once inside, the barrier went back up and she went to stand next to Klaus on the balcony.

        As he spoke, everyone looked at Klaus.

        “Vampires and werewolves of New Orleans. I have an announcement to make!” Klaus announced loud enough for everyone downstairs to hear. “By sundown, the barrier keeping us here will go down! Finn want to starve out the vampires and then release them to feed on the streets, but we won’t! I have an old, well, let’s say friend would be putting it too strongly, with me here! Dear Katerina has volunteered to help!”

        Klaus left to go find Marcel and Kol, as Katherine spoke.

        “You’re probably wondering how a human can help with an Original and magical problem. I have a lot of experience in being one step ahead of my enemy. That, and I’m descended from Travelers. Travelers are like very powerful witches. More so than witches during the Harvest season. If you let me help you, we can do anything. So, what do you say we prove Finn wrong? Most of you have lived a long time. I’m sure you’ve starved before. Even you younger vampires. You can overcome this hunger. You’re not weak.”

        There were murmurs of agreement at the end of her speech.

        In the end, Finn was defeated and put in a coffin, Esther and Mikael were killed, and Klaus began to trust her enough to let her meet Hope and Klaus went back to the compound.

        Katherine stood in the living room where Elijah and Cami stood, Hope held to Cami’s side.

        “She’s beautiful,” she said with a smile and tears in her eyes. She was still dealing with Nadia’s death. Her only child had practically died in her arms recently. She’d do anything to have Nadia in her arms again. To see her one last time.

        Memories of her surfaced, as she looked at Hope.

*Bulgaria, 1490*

        Katerina Petrova sat up in bed with her mom next to her, after giving birth to a healthy girl out of wedlock.

        “Let me see her,” Katerina asked of the maid who held her daughter.

        The maid began to, but her father walked in.

        “What are you doing, woman? Give her to me.”

        The maid did, as she was told.

        Katerina’s father stopped at the doorway and looked at her, the baby in his arms, when she begged him with tears streaming down her face, “No! Pa ‘pa! Please!”

        “No! You have disgraced this family!” he replied, before walking away to get rid of Katerina’s baby.

*Bulgaria, 1498*

        After getting off Klaus’ radar, she went back to Bulgaria to find her baby girl, when she was eight years old, but couldn’t find her. There was no trace of her, so she gave up and left Bulgaria.

*Mystic Falls, 2014*

        Katherine was surprised to find out that her long lost daughter, Nadia Petrova, was a vampire and, after hearing her mother’s side of why she didn’t raise her, wanted to bond with her and get to know her. Then, just in a few months’ time, Nadia died from a werewolf bite and Katherine died a few minutes later.


        She came back to the present to see Elijah standing in front of her.

        “Katerina?” he said, wondering if she was okay.

        “I was just remembering my daughter, Nadia,” she informed him.

        As he stood there, he wished he could do something for her, but knew that he couldn’t.

        “I was unaware that you had a daughter,” he replied.

        “That’s because I didn’t tell anyone. I had her out of wedlock and was banished by my parents. That’s how I ended up in England. In 1498, I went back for her, but I couldn’t find her. We didn’t find each other until last year, when she protected me from Silas and told me who she was. Even after a little over six months ago, it’s hard. She died from a werewolf bite and I died a few minutes later,” she informed him.

        “I’m so sorry, Katerina. If I had known, I would’ve come,” he apologized.

        “I know, but you broke up with me. Left me for your family. I wasn’t exactly feeling forgiving.”

        She looked up at him with a smile.

        He smiled back.

        “At least we can start over,” she added.

        “That we can do,” he agreed.

        “But first, I want to hold your niece.”

        He watched, as she walked over to Cami, who let her take Hope, and wished he could give Katerina a child of her own. Even though she hadn’t raised Nadia, she was a natural.

        He smiled at them together, happy that Hope made Katerina happy.

        That night, in a room with the door closed, they began to start over and were as happy as they could be. They got back together and began to make out on the bed.
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Gonna Set Your Flag on Fire

        It was a dark night as Rebekah Mikaelson, in a witch’s body, closed the door and stood in the middle of the room, sensing the presence again.

        “Who are you?” she questioned, wanting to know who it was.

        A moment later, Katherine’s ghost showed herself.

        Rebekah was both shocked and surprised, having not known that Katherine had even died.

        “Hello, Rebekah.”


        “Don’t worry. I’m not here to haunt you. I’m here to help you get home and in your own body.”

        “Why would you help me?”

        “Because it sucks being alone and not being able to have the life you want. And I’ve always felt sorry for you. Besides, next to Elijah, you’re my favorite Original. So, what do we say we get you the hell out of here?”

        “Deal. What do we have to do?”

        Katherine became solid.

        “We need to hold hands.”

        “Why? You’re not a witch.”

        “No, but I am descended from Travelers. I tapped into my Traveler lineage before I died. I have magic. I may be dead, but this place is between worlds. I’m half dead and half alive here.”

        She went to stand in front of Rebekah.

        They held hands and Katherine chanted.

        Before they knew it, they were at the compound with Rebekah in her own body and Katherine back to being a full-fledged ghost.

        Kat looked at the originals, glad she was able to reunite them, before vanishing.
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Red Door

        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as Esther watched Elijah sleep, a cup of tea in hand, sipping from it. She would wait for him to plead for peace before she’d remake him as a mortal and witch.

        Meanwhile Katherine Pierce, formerly Katerina Petrova, was walking after just coming back alive. She wasn’t a vampire anymore, but at least she was in her own body and she wasn’t dying of old age. She’d been desperate to find a way to come back to life after seeing what was happening in New Orleans. Her mission was to save the love of her life from his evil mother. That, she could do with the knowledge and power from her Traveler lineage.

        Half an hour later, Katherine entered the deepest part of the mausoleum, and once she saw Esther, she magically pinned her to a wall and Esther dropped her cup of tea, which shattered.

        “You’re dead,” Esther said in shock.

        “Not anymore. I have my ways. When someone I love is in danger, I’m determined to do anything.”

        As she used her Traveler magic to keep Esther there, she cited a spell to unlink Kol from Esther so she could get rid of Esther once and for all. She also did a spell that would keep Esther from body jumping.

        “I hope you rot in hell,” she said, once she had finished, before magically killing her.

        Once Esther was dead, Katherine magically through the doll off from where it was hanging and approached the love of her life.

        She rested gentle hands on either side of his face.

        “Elijah? Elijah, can you hear me?” she called to him.

        She sighed in relief, when he slowly woke up.

        “Katerina?” he questioned, shocked to see her.

        She smiled.

        “It’s me.”

        She unchained him by using a key and then walked at his side, helping him home.

        “You need rest after what Esther did to you, so after you’re fed, rest. I have something to do.”

        He did as he was told and Katherine headed over to where she knew Davina and the Mikaelsons were at.

        Katherine headed towards where Mikael had Klaus pinned to a wall and ready to kill him with the White Oak stake in hand.

        She magically through Mikael off Klaus and went to stand between Mikael and Klaus.

        “You wanna kill Klaus? You gotta go through me. It’s a loss cause, though. All your hatred towards Klaus is nothing.”

        She stood there and watched, as Mikael got to his feet.

        “You dare to defy me! Stand against me!?” he growled.

        “Yes,” she said with a smile. “So unless you wanna die at my hands like I did to Esther thirty minutes ago to save Elijah, you might wanna reconsider.

        “Get out of my way,” Mikael growled at her.

        Klaus was on his feet and watching this play out. Who would have guessed he’d be saved by his former doppelganger? He’d step in if he had to, but right now he’d watch things play out while tending to Cami.

        As he knelt down by Cami and pulled her gently into his arms and bit his wrist, putting it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat to heal her, Katerina and Mikael continued to face off and started to fight.

        He could smell blood, as he took his wrist away and layed Cami back on the ground, once her wound was healed.

        When he got to his feet, he saw Mikael had hurt Katerina, but Katerina was still using magic on Mikael.

        Klaus was instantly at her side.

        Katerina pulled the White Oak stake out of her stomach and gave it to Klaus.

        “Finish it,” she said to him.

        He took the White Oak stake from her and walked towards Mikael.

        Katerina stopped her magic weak, drained, and injured.

        As Klaus and Mikael fought, Katherine felt the ground underneath her.

        Hayley arrived on the scene to see Klaus and Mikael fighting, Cami on the ground but looking like she was okay, and Katherine on her back on the ground.

        What the hell is Katherine doing here? she thought.

        Hayley knelt by an out cold, heavily bleeding Katherine. She then bit her wrist and put it to her lips, making her blood go down her throat to heal and save her. As she did so, she kept an eye on the fight between Klaus and Mikael, in case Klaus needed help.

        After a few more minutes, Klaus finally succeeded in killing Mikael.

        After her wound had healed, Hayley took her wrist away, which instantly healed.

        Klaus knelt on the other side of Katerina.

        “I’ll take Katerina home. You should get Cami home,” Klaus said, before gently picking her up and vanishing from sight.

        When Katherine woke up, she was in an unfamiliar room in a bed, Elijah seated on her bedside, hand in hers, looking down at her.

        She smiled.

        “Elijah,” she greeted.

        He smiled back.

        “Katerina,” he greeted back.
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Battlefield (Kalijah)

*Present- New Orleans*

It’s easy to fall in love

But it’s so hard to break somebody’s heart

What seemed like a good idea has turned into a battlefield

Once lust has turned to dust and all that’s left’s held breath

Forgotten who we first met

What seemed like a good idea has turned into a battlefield

We both know it’s coming

Does illusion count for something we hide?

The surface tension’s gotta break, one drop is all it takes to flood out this lie

You and I

We have to let each other go

We keep holding on but we both know

What seemed like a good idea has turned into a battlefield

Peace will come when one of us puts down the gun

Be strong for both of us

No please, don’t run, don’t run

Eye to eye, we face our fears unarmed on the battlefield

        It was a nebulous night, as Katherine sat in the driver’s seat after wrecking the car she’d stolen to get as far away from Mystic Falls as possible, injured quite a bit and pale from massive blood loss and her injuries. She was human now and everyone in Mystic Falls hated her, so she knew she couldn’t stay in Mystic Falls. She knew New Orleans was safer, because Elijah would do anything for her. It didn’t matter much that he’d left her for his brother.

*Pennsylvania- Day*

        It was a beautiful day, as they stood in front of one another. She’d broken their agreement from centuries ago to never lie to him, breaking his trust in her.

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

        “No. Of course you’re not a means of survival.” She rested a gentle hand on the side of his face. “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. Elijah.”

        He looked away and she put her hand down.

        “You don’t believe me,” she realized.

        He looked at her.

        “I want to. It’s my disease. I 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 from her.

        She caught up with him and rested a hand on his arm.


        He looked at the hand on his arm and then at her.

        She took her hand away.

        “Goodbye, Katherine,” Elijah said, and walked away.

*Pennsylvania- Night*

        Katherine walked towards him, purse slung over her shoulder, and he began to pass her.

        “Wait,” she said, and stood in front of him.

        “What do you want?” he questioned.

        “To tell you that you’re right. I’ve spent so much time lying and running just to survive, 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 took a black box out of her purse.

        “You have the cure,” he stated.

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

        He watched, as she walked away.

*Mikaelson Mansion*

We seemed like a good idea

We seemed like a good idea

No blood will spill if we both get out now

Still it’s hard to put the fire out

What seemed like a good idea has turned into a battlefield

Feelings are shifting like the tide

What seemed like a good idea has turned into a battlefield

We both know it’s coming

Does illusion count for something we hide?

The surface tension’s gotta break, one drop is all it takes to flood out this lie

You and I

We have to let each other go

        It was a nebulous night, as they stood in front of one another.

        “Elijah, please. It’s our turn,” she begged, once he’d told her that he was leaving to go follow Klaus to New Orleans.

        “Goodbye, Katerina.”

        He kissed her forehead and then left.

*Present Day*

We keep holding on but we both know

What seemed like a good idea has turned into a battlefield

Peace will come when one of us puts down the gun

Be strong for both of us

No please, don’t run, don’t run

Eye to eye, we face our fears unarmed on the battlefield

We seemed like a good idea

We seemed like a good idea

We seemed like a good idea

        Elijah was walking home, when he smelled the mixed scents of Katerina, blood, and human. As soon as he smelled what seemed to be Katerina being human and injured, he followed the scent trail. If anything happened to Katerina, he’d never forgive himself.

        When he saw her in a nearly totaled SUV, clearly very injured, he blurred towards the crash site.


        Once there, he opened the door and looked at her. He could tell that she was quite injured, so he gently picked her up in his arms. He didn’t know how she was human, so he could only do one thing. Have Freya heal her.

        “Stay with me, Katerina,” he begged, before blurring home.

        After Freya healed her, he gently layed her down in his bed and waited for her to awaken.

        A while later, everything was forgiven and she was just fine, so they got back together.
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