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Battle of New Orleans (Kat and Klaus’ POV)


Kat



        My name is Katherine Pierce, formerly Katerina Petrova, and I am human, formerly a 500 year old vampiress. I have been reunited with my daughter, Nadia Petrova. I have come to New Orleans to get Sophie to reverse and stop the side effects of the cure for vampirism that my doppelganger shoved down my throat. I probably deserve it for everything I’ve done to her loved ones, though. Davina did as I asked half an hour ago, since I found out that Sophie’s dead because of Celeste. Celeste is dead because of Elijah. Now I’m on my way to see Hayley and the Originals, excluding Rebekah. Davina told me what I missed, which is a lot. I should’ve come here sooner.

        As I walk down streets in search of them, I hear Hayley screaming. I follow her screams to Father Kieran’s church and walk inside.

        “Get away from her,” I say, realizing what these witches are planning to do.

        They look at me.

        I use my Traveler magic to throw them away from her. Klaus may have done horrible things, but his child and Hayley don’t deserve to be killed. Hayley’s suffered enough and the baby is innocent. Besides, I’ve been pregnant and I know what it’s like to have your child taken from you.

        I look at the wolf.

        “Hayley, push.”

        I look at the witches.

        “I really should kill you right here and right now, but I’m going to leave that to Klaus and Hayley, since it’s their child. Now get out while you still can.”

        I watch them leave, knowing who I am and what I’m capable of. I then turn to Hayley and kneel beside her where she’d lying on the floor, before instructing her on what to do.

        When the child was born and cleaned up and wrapped in a blanket, I help Hayley site up.

        “It’s a girl,” I inform her, before giving her the child.

        “Thank you. How did you know?”

        “I was pregnant before I met any of the Originals. I too had a daughter. We were recently reunited. She’s a vampire. Her name’s Nadia. I left her in Mystic Falls to help everyone there and keep her safe. If anyone found out, my enemies would use her to get to me. I can’t let that happen. Come on. We need to get you two somewhere safe.”

        I help her to her feet and Hayley follows me at my side.

        “Where are we going?” she asks me.

        “To Davina. She’ll protect you two. She owes me one. I’m going to make sure nothing happens to Elijah or Klaus.”





        When they’re with Davina, I go in search of Klaus and Elijah. It doesn’t take long to find the hybrid I ran from for 500 years, since he’s staggering through the street. He looks weak, which makes me think that a witch weakened him somehow.

        I slowly approach, knowing what he’s capable of. And as I get closer, I see that he’s hurt and not healing. This makes me wary, knowing he’s most likely hungry and I’m human.



Klaus



        I stagger through the street after finding out what Genevieve did to me without my knowledge. Now, in my weakened state, I’m hungry. And as the minutes pass, I feel even more weak. Then my vision blurs and I find myself on the ground. I realize that no matter how much I want to save Hayley and our daughter, I can’t. Genevieve was right. I’m too weak to be of use to anyone right now. As I lay on the ground, I hear someone running, but I don’t care. I then close my eyes, hoping to stop the blurriness. I’m too weak to fight anymore.



Kat



        When he collapses to the ground, I race towards and kneel beside him.

        “Klaus?” I call.

        “Katerina?” he whispers.

        He looks up at me.

        “It’s me. Who did this?”

        “Genevieve.”

        “Okay. Let’s get you home.”

        “Hayley.”

        “Don’t worry. Hayley and the child are safe. No harm will come to them.”

        I help him to his feet and put my arm around him, going slow for him, since he’s so weak.





        Once at the compound, I see the mess, but choose to ignore it for the moment. I need to get Klaus to bed before I can deal with anything else.





        Once in his bedroom, I help him lay down in his bed.

        “Rest. I’ll get that spell reversed and link the Moonlight rings to something else. We can’t have you like this every full moon.”

        “Thank you,” he says.

        “You’re welcome,” I reply, before leaving the room and going downstairs to check out the mess, which is the aftermath of the battle. Most vamps are dead, while the rest have been bitten. Francesca is still here with her family.

        I walk towards them.

        “How could you do this? You’ve disrupted the order of things.”

        “All we did was taken back what is ours. Who are you?”

        “Katherine. Now get out, because when Klaus regains his strength, you don’t want to be here. Plus, I would love nothing more than to kill you for this, but I’m refraining from it for Klaus and Elijah.”

        I watch the Guerra werewolves leave, before looking around at the vamps to see if I recognize any of them. I see that one of the bitten is Diego, Marcel’s best friend.

        I walk up to him.

        “Where’s Marcel? I haven’t seen him.”

        “I don’t know. Marcel and Klaus left the compound during the battle to fight.”

        “You and the others better stay here. I’ll get you guys Klaus’ blood, but I need to see where Marcel is. Try not to kill each other if I don’t get back before the hallucinations start,” I say, before leaving to go find Marcel. He’s an old friend of mine, since he helped me on occasion when I needed an ally to help me back when I was a vampire.





        When I find him, he’s seated on the ground with his back against a car, clearly having been bitten. Most likely by Klaus himself. After all, Klaus does have a temper.

        I kneel down in front of him.

        “Well, aren’t you a sight for sore eyes,” he greets me.

        “You need to get back to the compound. The battle’s over and the Guerra wolves have taken back the city, as I’ve been told. They bit your guys. I’ll get them the cure while Klaus is out, though I hate doing it when he’s not in the best of shape after what Genevieve did to him. He may be my enemy, but I’d side with Klaus any day over witches like Genevieve and Monique.”

        I help him to his feet and we head back.





        After I cure them with Klaus’ blood, Marcel informs me that Elijah was in the midst of the battle here. Since he’s not at the compound, I go in search of my ex-boyfriend that I still love. No matter what, I love him all the same. I understand that he left me so he wouldn’t have to return to Mystic Falls after everything’s over with here. Family always comes first. Always and forever.





        When I find him, he’s staggering towards the church; probably looking for Hayley. It looks like he was bitten too. Luckily, I brought a vial of Klaus’ blood with me.

        “Elijah,” I say, which stops him.

        I’m in front of him as soon as he turns around, which is slow considering he’s been bitten. Probably by the Guerra wolves.

        “Katerina?” he questions me, shocked that I’m here. “What are you doing here?”

        “I’ll explain later. Right now, we need to get back to the compound. Genevieve did something to Klaus. If you’re looking for Hayley, she and the child are safe with Davina. Davina owes me one,” I say, before giving him the blood. “Here.”

        When he has taken his brother’s hybrid blood, we head back to the compound.





        After I get the Moonlight rings linked to Tyler Lockwood, I unlink them to Klaus’ blood. I then go get Klaus some blood to get his strength restored. Then, when everything’s said and done with Hayley and the child back at the compound, I meet Elijah in his room and inform him about what happened to me.

        “Forgive me, Katerina,” he says, as he looks down at me. He obviously blames himself for not being there for me when I needed him the most.

        I look up at him and rest and gentle hand on the right side of his cheek.

        “There’s nothing to forgive. You had to help your family find and get rid of the threat. You also had to protect Hayley when she got pregnant, since I doubt Klaus was the one to protect her most of the time. Family comes first no matter what, for the most of us. Always and forever.”

        I give him a smile and we looking into each other’s eyes.

        A moment later, we’re kissing.
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Hero (Kalijah)


*Crescent City- First Version*



Would you dance

If I asked you to dance?

Would you run

And never look back?

Would you cry

If you saw me crying?

Would you save my soul tonight?

Would you tremble

If I touched your lips?

Would you laugh?

Oh, please, tell me this

Now would you die

For the one you love?



        It was a dismal night, as Katherine appeared, having seen what Celeste had done.

        “Leave him alone,” she demanded of Celeste.

        Celeste turned to face her.

        “Now why would I do a thing like that? My plan is already in motion, as we speak.”

        “Because family is everything. You can’t teach someone the errors of putting your family first, above everything else, because there is no error in doing that. Take it from someone that just learned that lesson the hard way. I was reunited with my daughter, only to have to watch her die. All she wanted was for me to be happy, instead of having to give something up to cure her from Tyler Lockwood’s bite. I honored that, even though it hurt, and it still does. Leave Elijah and his family alone. You go after Elijah and you’re coming after me as well. No matter what, whether he’s always leaving to put his family first or not, I will always stand beside him. I always have and always will,” Katherine replied.

        “I’m sorry, but I can’t do that. Who are you?”

        “Well, you’re the first person to not recognize me. I guess you’ve been body jumping too long, Celeste,” she replied, realizing who she may be. “I’m Katherine Pierce. Now leave the Mikaelsons be or you’ll have me to deal with.”

        “I can’t do that, Katherine. Besides, how are you going to stop me? You kill me now and I’ll just body jump into someone else.”

        “You’re right. I can’t kill you, but I can hurt you. Before Nadia died, she told me something that was kept from me all my life. I’m descended from Travelers, which means that I have magic of my own. I may be new at it, but I’m always a quick learner,” Katherine told her.

        She magically through Celeste against a wall hard enough to knock her out. Then she rushed to Elijah, whom lay on the ground after being poisoned with a kiss from Celeste. She knew that he’d recover soon, but until then, she needed to get him home and save his siblings. After that, Celeste was going to have to deal with her wrath.



*Crescent City- Second Version*



Hold me in your arms tonight

I can be your hero, baby

I can kiss away the pain

I will stand by you forever

You can take my breath away

Would you swear

That you’ll always be mine?

Or would you lie?

Would you run and hide?

Am I in too deep?

Have I lost my mind?

I don’t care…

You’re here tonight



        It was a dismal night, as fire swept through the plantation house, the plan put in motion that Celeste had created. Katherine was in there, on the floor, everything going black for her.

        When Elijah awoke from being poisoned by a kiss by Celeste, he recovered and knew who he would save, for once in a long time.

        “Katerina,” he said, and blurred to where the plantation house was to go save her.





        Once he arrived, he jumped through the window and scanned the living room for Katerina. When he saw her, she was on the floor half covered by fallen pieces of wood. He blurred to her and through the wood off her and gently picked her up in his arms, blurring out of the house. Then he gently layed her down on the ground on grass and looked down at her, listening to make sure she was okay.

        When he didn’t hear anything from her, he began to try and revive her.

        “Breathe, Katerina. Come back to me.” He couldn’t lose her. Especially, not like this. Even when he always broke her heart for choosing family over her, time and time again, she would always be and still was, a part of his world. If she died, he didn’t know what pieces of him would be left. She was a part of him, whether he wanted to admit it or not. He couldn’t live without her in his life. She was too important to him for him to lose her for good.

        After a few minutes, she was revived, which relieved him.

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



*Moon Over Bourbon Street*



I can be your hero, baby

I can kiss away the pain

I will stand by you forever

You can take my breath away

Oh, I just want to hold you

I just want to hold you, oh, yeah

Am I in too deep?

Have I lost my mind?

Well, I don’t care…

You’re here tonight



        It was a dark night, as Elijah and Klaus stood by, watching Genevieve do a spell to try and bring Katherine back.

        “I won’t lose that baby. I’ll tear it out of her myself,” Klaus said, but Elijah stood in front of him to stop him.

        “I won’t lose Katerina.”

        Genevieve continued the spell, and, after about twenty minutes, it was completed.

        Elijah stood by the table that she lay on, waiting for her to come back.

        When she came back, he helped her sit up and seeing him, she hugged him with arms around his neck and head on his shoulder, happy to be alive.

        Elijah hugged back, as Klaus silently watched.





        Later that night, Katherine stood on her balcony at the compound, Elijah next to her. He didn’t know what he’d do if he’d lost her. She was everything to him, next to his family. He couldn’t live in a world without her.



*Car Crash*



I can be your hero, baby

I can kiss away the pain

I will stand by you forever

You can take my breath away

I can be your hero

I can kiss away the pain

And I will stand by you forever

You can take my breath away

You can take my breath away

I can be your hero



        It was a nebulous night, as Katherine stumbled through the New Orleans streets, having been in a crash. She’d driven off and found herself in New Orleans after Damon had tried handing her over to Silas for an unknown reason back in Mystic Falls. She knew she should go to a hospital, but she didn’t think there was any working hospital in New Orleans after Mikael’s raid in 1918. Since she was in New Orleans now, she decided to try and find Elijah. The word was try, since she was so injured. She’d really injured herself in that car crash, but Katherine had always been determined, and right now, she was determined to find him before her injuries stopped her from finding him. She wasn’t being too successful right now, though.





        Elijah was coming from the only bar in town, when he caught the mixed scents of Katerina, human, and blood. It was close by, so he looked around to search for where she was, only to spot her amongst a crowd of passersby, using a hand on a building to guide her. She was very injured and by the looks, she was human. He knew it had to have had something to do with the cure, because that was the only explanation he could come up with. When he’d left, she’d still been a vampire. He knew she loved being a vampire, so he knew she wouldn’t willingly take the cure. That gave him the possibility that someone had shoved it down her throat sometime between him leaving and now.

        He quickly weaved around people to get to her and then stood in front of her. That’s when he saw the extent of her injuries. There was blood on either side of her head, her lower stomach and side were bleeding, and an artery in her thigh had been opened up and was also bleeding. He also could tell that it looked like she may have a concussion, but she was fighting it.

        She stopped when he stood in front of her, and was relieved to see him.

        “Elijah,” she greeted.

        “Katerina, what has happened?” he inquired of her.

        “I thought Elena had some part in you leaving, so I tried to kill her, and she shoved the cure down my throat. I left town but came back once Elena went off to college. I asked Damon for protection, which didn’t last long. I don’t know why and I’m not going to ask, but he tried handing me over to Silas, so I got the hell out of dodge. When I got here, I accidentally crashed the car,” she summarized to him.

        “Can you digest vampire blood?” he questioned. He looked calm, but he was mad at Damon for trying to do that to her and for Elena giving her the cure unwillingly. He knew Katerina had started it, but surely Elena could’ve done something other than giving her the cure.

        “I can’t,” she informed him. Then everything began to go black.

        “Katerina.” He caught her from hitting the ground and then gently picked her up in his arms.

        She rested her head on his shoulder, before everything went black.

        He blurred home to get her some help, knowing Rebekah would know what to do for her. He knew how much Rebekah despised her, but he also knew that she wouldn’t kill her as long as Elijah wanted her alive.





        Once in his room, he gently layed her down on his bed. By now, she’d lost a lot of blood and was pale from her injuries. He had to have faith that she’d be okay, though. She was Katerina. A fighter like none he’d seen before. She was the first doppelganger he’d seen, fight like hell and survive it all.





        An hour later, after Rebekah had tended to her, Elijah was seated on her bedside, waiting for her to awaken. Rebekah had done what she could for her and had informed him that she’d be just fine. So now Elijah just had to wait for her to wake up.
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Moon Over Bourbon Street


A/N: Kat is still in her human body. She never went into Elena’s body.





        It was a dark night, as human Katherine Pierce, formerly Katerina Petrova, limped through the woods and towards the Mikaelson home. She was in search of Elijah, because she knew he was the only one right now that would help her when she was in need. And she needed help from witches. Plus, she knew from word on the New Orleans streets that there was a party being thrown at the Mikaelson place. All supernatural species had been invited. It had been Elijah whom had thrown the party, she had heard, because for some reason, Niklaus Mikaelson was in no mood to do anything, much less stop every supernatural creature from killing each other. He was still the Elijah that she had fallen in love with all those years ago. The one that was always intent on keeping the peace. And he would never let anything happen to her if he could help it. She knew he still loved her, even though he had broken up with her before leaving Mystic Falls. But she knew he had only done it out of loyalty to his family. His family needed him and that is why he had gone to New Orleans. She thought he’d be back as soon as he could get away from New Orleans, but he hadn’t come back. So, since she was dying and he was the only Original that cared if she lived or died, she would come to him for help. And if he couldn’t help her or the witches couldn’t, then she would spend her last days with the only guy that she truly loved to this day.

        As she approached the house, she could see that there was definitely a party being held. And as soon as she entered the compound, there were murmurs of supernatural creatures that saw her, asking each other who she was and why she had come. Then, as soon as she saw Elijah speaking to a witch, she approached him, trying not to limp. She didn’t want to show him in front of all these people how miserable she was and how hurt she was.

        “Elijah,” she said to get his attention.

        He turned around to face her, hearing the all too familiar voice of his love life.

        “Katerina, what are you doing here?” he calmly questioned. Then, seeing the state she was in and realizing she was cured of vampirism, he added, “What happened to you?”

        “I was mad at Bonnie for not giving me the cure and I took it out on Elena. I tried to kill Elena, so Elena shoved the cure down my throat. Apparently, she had it all along. Now I’m human, and since I turned 500 years ago, I’m dying of old age. Literally. Please, Elijah. I need your help. I need a witch. Someone I can trust.”

        “This isn’t a good time right now, but I assure you, I will do everything possible to save you,” he promised her.

        “What are you doing here?” asked a female from behind Katherine.

        Katherine turned around to see Hayley Marshall alongside a guy. She assumed he was also a werewolf.

        “Asking some help from Elijah to find a witch that I can trust to save my life. I’m dying of old age. I didn’t know Elena had the cure for vampirism when I tried to kill her over anger of Bonnie not giving me the cure. Elena shoved the cure down my throat. Since I turned 500 years ago, I’m dying of old age. Apparently, the universe is out to get me whether I like it or not. By the way, congratulations. I heard that you’re going to have Klaus’ child. Maybe, if we’re lucky, it’ll be the key to redeeming him. And who’s he?”

        “Jackson. I guess we were supposed to get married but I’ve been moving around so much, I didn’t know until recently. If you’re looking for a witch that you can trust, you should probably look around for Monique,” she replied, feeling sorry for Katherine.

        “Thank you, Hayley,” she said to the werewolf, grateful for the information.

        Katherine looked at Elijah again.

        “I’m going to go find Monique.”

        Elijah watched, as Katerina half walked half limped away from him. He wished he could fix her, but he knew it was something that only a witch could do for her.

        After a few minutes, Katherine found a couple witches standing by a wall of the compound.

        “Monique, I need to talk to you,” she said to the witch, once in a long time, being kind. She knew she was human and Monique was a witch. She didn’t want to peeve her off, for fear of what she would do to her.

        “And who are you?”

        “Katherine Pierce. I’m human now due to the cure for vampirism getting shoved down my throat. Please. I’m asking for your help. The cure made me human, but it’s also making me die of old age faster than a normal human. It’s because I was turned 500 years ago. Please. I know if it was Sophie, she’d help me. We were allies before she got killed. If you don’t do it for me, then do it for your sister.”

        Realizing that she was telling the truth, she told the newly turned human, “Follow me.”

        Katherine did likewise.





        A few hours later, Katherine was cured of everything the cure had done to her, so Katherine returned to the party and went in search of any familiar faces that she might recognize. And as she did, she looked up at the balcony wondering where Klaus was and why he hadn’t come out to play sort of speak. So, she headed upstairs to find him, hoping he wouldn’t kill her for being in his town.





        When she found him, he was in a room painting. Not sure what to do, but telling herself not to be afraid of him, though she didn’t know what kind of mood he was in, she took a couple steps into the room.

        “Klaus?” she said.

        He set his paintbrush down and turned around to face her. And as soon as he saw her, he used hybrid speed to pin her to a wall of the room, an arm across her throat.

        “Give me one good reason why I shouldn’t kill you for being in my town? Especially, in the middle of war. I could just say it was an accident and we could all carry on with our lives.”

        “Well, it was come here to get some help from some witches so I wouldn’t die faster than I should, or let Damon keep breaking his promise to me that he would protect me. I chose to come here for help and I got it thanks to Elijah, Hayley, and Monique. So, if you would be so kind as to let me go, that would great, Klaus. Besides, if you kill me, it’ll be for nothing. I haven’t done anything wrong and Elijah would never forgive you for killing me.”

        Seeing her point, he let her go and went back to painting.

        “So, tell me. Why are you in here painting out your inner feelings, while Elijah’s having all the fun out there? I would’ve thought you’d be ready to win whatever war this is that you want to win.”

        “If you must know, I let my dear sister go. She’s free to do whatever she likes. We’re too broken to carry on being in the same town. We’d most likely kill each other if we stayed in the same town.”

        “So, that’s why you’re here. You’re upset at yourself that you let Rebekah go. Always and Forever, right? Sometimes you have to let people go, Klaus. It’s the only way sometimes to give them happiness that they deserve after so long.”

        “And you would know this, Katerina, how?” he questioned, looking at her.

        “Well, I may pretend not to feel anything, especially when I was a vampire, but things changed when I found out that my daughter is a vampire and found me. Before I met any of you, my family disowned me for having an illegitimate daughter. I never saw her again. I couldn’t find her in 1498, so I left Bulgaria again. But now we’re reunited. She’s in Mystic Falls right now. She’s the only one that knows where I went to and why. I know a little something about love and letting people you care about go, even though you don’t want to. Even after everything you’ve done to me. The pain will never go away, but I’ve forgiven you.”

        He watched, as she left the room and heard her, as she headed back down the stairs. He then went back to painting.

        In the end, Elijah and Katherine got back together and she stayed in New Orleans.
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Loss (Kalijah)


        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as Elijah Mikaelson stood in front of his window in his bedroom, looking into the distance at the night sky. He had just received news from Mystic Falls that Katerina, the girl he would always love, was dead. He wished now that he had asked her to come to New Orleans with him, instead of saying good-bye to her, ultimately breaking up with her. If he had, maybe she wouldn’t be dead. It broke his heart that he would never see her again. He would never get to touch her or kiss her one last time. All because he hadn’t been there for her, when she needed him the most. And the last thing she had said to him was “Please, Elijah,” pleading for him to stay. Worse, his brother hadn’t told him that she was dying. Instead, he had to find out from a call from Caroline Forbes herself that she was dead. He just hoped that she was in peace.

        As he stood there, memories came to him. The first was when he had first met her in England. She had been so full of light back then. He had enjoyed her and then fallen for her. Then he had tracked her down when she had ran, out of loyalty to his brother. He had failed to find her, though. Then came the time in New York a few months ago. She had told him that she loved him, even though she knew he didn’t trust her. She had also said that she had lied and ran for so long, that she didn’t remember who she was when they had first met. She had then given him the cure, saying that she needed him to trust her, just like she was trusting him. The last thing he remembered was when he had said good-bye and had kissed her on the forehead, leaving town to go help his brother, thinking that she’d be okay without him, knowing she had looked out for herself for 500 years. He had been totally and utterly wrong, though. He knew that he should’ve checked on her to make sure she was fine, but he hadn’t. He had just left her there without looking back.
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Long Way Back From Hell (3rd revised version)


        It was a beautiful day in New Orleans, as a human Katherine Pierce, formerly Katerina Petrova, walked through the streets in search of Elijah Mikaelson, her ex who left her for his brother. She needed him now more than ever before. She was human now and she had many enemies; all of which were supernatural beings.





        When she made herself to the Bayou, she saw what looked to be the aftermath of an explosion that had been mixed with wolfsbane. And amongst the injured and non-injured werewolves were Elijah and Hayley. It looked to her like Hayley had finally found her family.

        She walked towards them.

        “Katerina?” Elijah questioned, seeing her.

        “I need your help,” she told him.

        “This isn’t the time or place, but we’ll discuss this later.”

        “What happened?” she questioned.

        “Someone sent a suicide bomber out here,” Hayley informed her.

        “Why would someone want to kill werewolves?”

        “I don’t think they planned it like this. Whoever it was, had to be targeting me and my unborn child.”

        “You’re pregnant?”

        “I guess you haven’t heard. I’m carrying Klaus’ “miracle” child, as the wolves call it.”

        “No. I didn’t hear. I’ve been trying to survive any humanly way, but someone broke his promise to protect me from Silas so, as usual, I ran for my life and decided to try my luck in New Orleans. Let’s help your wolves first, though,” she explained.

        They watched, as Katherine went over to where Eve was trying to comfort a small family of a little boy and girl and their parents.

        Eve stood up and looked at her.

        “Katherine. Nice to see you again. I wish it was under better circumstances, though,” she greeted.

        “It’s nice to see you, too. What can I do to help?”

        “Well, I need to go and make the cure for wolfsbane and someone needs to tend to the wounded and be of comfort to the others.”

        “I’ll do both with help from Hayley and Elijah, but there had to be some place you can go until we can fix the damage.”

        “We’ve been banished. We can’t enter the French Quarter.”

        “I’m sure the Originals will have something to say about that. Go make the cure. I’ll do what I can.”

        “Thanks, Katherine.”

        While Eve walked off to go make the cure, she knelt on the ground and looked at the kids whose parents were trying to comfort them.

        “Don’t be afraid. It was just an explosion. Everything will be okay. What’s your name?”

        “Sydney.”

        “William.”

        “Well, I know you’re afraid right now, but you don’t need to be. When I was your age, I used to be afraid too, but you know what?”

        “What?” they asked.

        “My ma’ma told me to look to the stars and listen to the birds. The stars are our ancestors watching over you and if you listen to the birds with your heart, they’ll guide you home and you’re never really alone.”

        The children listened to her and then Sydney had to ask, “Where’s your ma’ma?”

        “She’s one of the stars now.”

        Katherine gave them a smile and then went to comfort and tend to others.

        As Elijah tended to the others and watched Katerina, it made him wonder if she had once had a child, as calm and nurturing as she was with the children.

        Soon, Eve returned with the cure in which Elijah, Hayley, and Katherine gave to the wolves.





        When the wolves were heading out of the Bayou with Hayley and Elijah leading, heading for Father Kieran’s church, another explosion happened.

        “Get them out of here. I need to help her,” he told Hayley.

        She knew who he was referring to.

        “I’ll meet you at the church.”

        Elijah left the wolves to find the love of his life, though she was his ex.

        “Katerina!” he yelled, as he raced towards where she lay.

        He knelt at her side and looked down at her. She lay on her side with her lower left side bleeding, eyes closed, but alive.

        He gently pulled her into his arms and bit his wrist, putting it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat.

        “Stay with me, Katerina. I’m right here. I’ll protect you. Just stay with me,” he said, not wanting to lose her.

        He took his wrist away, which instantly healed, as did her wound.





        A few hours later, when she woke up, she saw that she was in Elijah’s room with him seated on her bedside.

        She smiled and slowly sat up in bed.

        “You saved me. Thanks.”

        “Always and forever, Katerina,” he replied with a smile.

        She smiled back.

        A moment later, they were kissing.
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Long Way Back From Hell (2nd revised version)


        It was a beautiful day in the Bayou, as explosions went off. Then, when they stopped, they knew the explosions were filled with wolfsbane. A few wolves were dead and a few had been wolfsbaned.

        When Elijah was helping Eve away from the trailer home that had been flipped during one of the explosions, he smelled an all too familiar scent mixed with the smell of blood.

        “Katerina.”

        He was instantly by the trailer home door, trying to get it to open to help her.

        “I’ll take care of Katherine. Go help Eve with the wolves. I’ll let you know if I need you to help with her,” Hayley told him, standing in front of him, looking at him.

        He did as she said to do, while Hayley found a gap big enough for her to go inside to help her.





        Once inside, it wasn’t hard to find her.

        She knelt by her head and felt for a pulse. Amazingly, she was still alive.

        She took her fingers away from the right side of her neck.

        She looked at her and around the area. She had to be careful so that the whole thing didn’t collapse on them both. There was wood barely holding up what was now the roof, but had been the floor before all the explosions. To top it off, Katherine was human injured. A long piece of wood was protruding from her left side, not far from her abdomen. Her right side had a long, deep gash. There was blood on either side of her head and a heavy pile of wood was weighing down on the lower half of the human.

        Hayley got to her feet and used her werewolf strength to get the pile off her.

        Afterward, she put her arms under hers and carefully drug her out of there.





        Once she had gently layed her down a ways away from it, she saw how much blood she had lost.

        “Jackson,” she called.

        Jackson came and knelt by Hayley.

        She took her Jacket off.

        “I need you to use this to apply pressure. I’m going to pull the woods out.”

        She did just that and he used Hayley’s jacket to apply pressure to both wounds. She could let her lose any more blood.

        “Elijah,” Hayley called.

        He was instantly knelt at his Katerina’s left side. He knew why he was needed, so he bit his wrist. He put it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat to heal her and save her life.

        After her wounds had healed, he took his wrist away, which instantly healed.

        Jackson set the jacket on the ground and went to help the wolves.

        “I’ll take her to the compound,” Elijah informed her.

        “Let me,” she replied

        “Very well then.”

           



        When she parked outside the compound, Klaus was there.

        She got out and opened the passenger’s side door where the human was still out.

        “What is the meaning of this, Little Wolf? What is she doing here?” Klaus growled, as he stood in front of her.

        She explained everything to him and then added, “Don’t kill her yet. Elijah had to give her his blood and I don’t think you want her to be a vampire again. Besides, Elijah would probably hate you if you killed her.”

        Klaus didn’t say anything about that, but he did say, “I’ll take her to her room.” He then gently picked her up and vanished upstairs, carrying her to Elijah’s room. He figured that that was where Elijah would want her to be.





        Once in his elder brother’s room, he gently layed her down on the bed.





        When she woke up, she saw where she was and who was seated on her bedside.

        She smiled.

        “It’s good to see you again.”

        “Why are you here, Katerina? You could’ve been killed,” Elijah replied.

        She sat up and then told him all that had happened to her, before assuring him that she was cured of dying of old age. She then told him, “I came back for you. You were right that day. I’ve lost everything good I ever had. I’ve decided to prove you right. I can be saved. I’m the same girl you have always loved, but I’m broken. I know that you alone can help me.”

        They smiled at each other.

        “Then I’ll save you,” he promised her. “No matter what the cost you’ll always be my precious, beautiful, Katerina.”

        A moment later, they were kissing.
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Long Way Back From Hell


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





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

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

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

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

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

        He growled at her.

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

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

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

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

        “Who the hell are you?” Genevieve questioned.

        “Katerina?” Klaus questioned softly.

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

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

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

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

        “Then so be it.”

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

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

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

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

        An instant later, Klaus’ wound healed.

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

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





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

        She approached her.

        “Katherine?” Rebekah questioned quietly.

        “It’s me.”

        She arrived next to her and gave her the vial.

        “Here. I figured you might need it.”

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

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

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

        “Katherine,” the girl greeted.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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





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

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

        A moment later, she saw him at her side.

        “Katerina,” he said, looking at her.

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

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





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





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

        “Welcome back, Katerina.”

        “Thanks. Did we win?”

        “Yes. We won.”

        “Good,” she replied.

        “What happened to you, Katerina?”

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

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

        “Thank you,” she replied.





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


The sun is filling up the room

And I can hear you dreaming

Do you feel the way I do right now?

I wish we would just give up

‘Cause the best part of falling

Call it anything but love



        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as a human Katherine Pierce knocked on the door to the compound, hoping Elijah would answer.

        A moment later, when the door opened, it was him. Now she just needed to convince him to help her. She was human and she had many enemies, so she needed protection. She had to do a lot of convincing because he had left her a few months ago, once again, for his family.

        “Katherine,” he said, not really greeting her.

        “Elijah, she greeted. “I need your help. I’m human ow and if my enemies find out, I’m dead. I need protection.” Against her “Katherine façade,” she added, “Please.”

        He looked at her, hating that he was about to do something he promised a long time ago that he wouldn’t do. Shut her out. He had no time right now to deal with her though, so he had no other choice. He would find her when he had the chance and time to help her, though.

        “Goodbye, Katerina,” he said, before closing the door and walking away from it and her.

        She stood there silently for a few minutes, before walking away. And as she did, memories surfaced.



And I will make sure to keep my distance

Say “I love you,” when you’re not listening

And how long can we keep this up, up, up?



*Pennsylvania*



        It was a beautiful day, as they stood in front of each other, her hand gently on the side of his face, as she looked up at him.

        “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. Elijah.” He turned his face away and she dropped her hand. “You don’t believe me.”

        “I want to. It’s my disease. I just keep on wanting to believe you, but how can I when, at every turn, you give me a reason to doubt you?” he replied.

        He turned around and began to walk away.

        “Wait,” she called to him.

        “Goodbye, Katherine.”



*Mystic Falls- Mikaelson Mansion*



Please don’t stand so close to me

I’m having trouble breathing

I’m afraid of what you might see right now

I give you everything I am

All my broken heart beats

Until I know you’ll understand



        It was a dark night, as he stood in front of her. He had just told her that he was choosing family over her again. He was going to New Orleans to help his family with a witch problem.

        “It’s our turn, Elijah. Please,” she said, wanting him to reconsider.

        “Goodbye, Katerina.”

        He kissed her lightly on the forehead. Then he was gone.

        As she stood there, alone, feeling abandoned, her heart broke into a million pieces.



*Mikaelson Estate- 1492*



And I will make sure to keep my distance

Say “I love you” when you’re not listening

And how long can we keep this up, up, up?

And I keep waiting

For you to take me

You keep waiting

To save what we have



        It was a beautiful day, as they sat on a cement bench, after playing chase, discussing love.

        “I do not believe in love, Katerina,” he lied, trying not to fall for the human Klaus needed to kill to become the hybrid he was meant to be.

        “That is too sad for me to believe, my Lord. If we cease to believe in love, then why would we want to live?”



*England- 1492*



So I’ll make sure to keep my distance

Say “I love you” when you’re not listening

And how long can we keep this up, up, up?

I’ll make sure to keep my distance

Say “I love you” when you’re not listening

How long ‘til we call this love, love, love?



        It was a beautiful day, as Katerina, having just found out what existed and what Klaus wanted her for, ran through the woods. Then she tripped on a twig and when she saw Elijah, she got to her feet.

        He gave the moonstone to her.

        “Take this. There’s a cabin not far from here.” He pointed in the direction of it. “That’s a woman there. Show this to her and tell her I sent you. Go. I can’t hold them off for much longer.”

        She took it.

        “Thank you.”

        She ran until she reached the cabin and shown it to Rose and did as told. Rose let her in, but in the end, after Rose had fed her her blood to heal her, Katerina killed herself, woke up in transition, and fed on the old woman who owned the cabin which completed it. She apologized for her actions and then fled at vamp speed.



*Present*



        Katherine, human and alone, found herself in the woods and sat against a tree. She closed her eyes, trying to figure out what to do now. Elijah had turned her away. He was her only hope and he had left her all alone and abandoned. She might as well give up.

        She sighed and then stayed silent.

        In the end, he went after her and granted her protection and a place to stay.
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Family Matters


        It was a beautiful day in New Orleans, as Katherine and Nadia headed towards the Bayou to check on Hayley, before letting the Originals or anyone else know they were here. It was Katherine’s idea, since she didn’t want to have a confrontation with Klaus or Rebekah right off the bat. Plus, a source had told her that Hayley was going to have a “miracle baby.”

        When they heard explosion after explosion, they ran, Nadia keeping pace with her mother.

        When she saw the damage, she spoke to Nadia.

        “Nadia, get the wolves to Father Kieran’s church. They’ll be safer there. Find the cure for wolfsbane after they’re safe.”

        When she saw Hayley on the ground, she ran towards her.

        Nadia did as she was told.

        Kat knelt down by the she-wolf and gently patted her left cheek.

        “Hayley, wake up. Come on. Wake up.”

        When she slowly came to, Kat stopped.

        Hayley looked up at her.

        “Katherine?"

        “It’s me.”

        She helped the wolf to her feet.

        “Can you make it to the church? I’ll be behind you as soon as I can. My daughter, Nadia, is with the pack at the church.”

        “I’ll be fine.”

        Hayley left, as Kat looked around and tried to figure out why someone would do this to an entire pack of wolves. If they wanted to target Hayley or hurt Klaus, surely they’d do it a different way than this.

        She looked around and saw a few dead wolves. Then she saw someone when she turned around. He was lying by some fallen trees, so she swallowed her fear of him so she could help him if he needed her help.

        She ran towards and knelt by him.

        “Klaus?”

        She looked down at him and saw that he’d gotten wolfsbaned on his lower stomach from one of the explosions. He must’ve heard what was happening and had come to make sure Hayley or the child hadn’t gotten hurt.

        “Katerina?” he questioned, and then opened his eyes to look up at her.

        “It’s me. I’ll explain later.”

        “Hayley."

        “She and the child are okay. Right now, you need to get to the church where the others are.”

        She got to her feet and was going to help him, but he got to his feet without help and seemed okay at least.

        “Meet you there,” he said, before walking slowly away, because of the pain he was enduring from the wolfsbane.

        When he disappeared from her sight, she started the way he had gone, when another explosion erupted. It hit her and then everything went black.





        After the cure for wolfsbane had been found and given to those in need of the cure, Hayley wanted to go back to make sure Katherine was okay.

        “Relax, luv. She’s always a survivor. If it makes you feel better though, I’ll make sure she made it out of that mess,” Klaus said. “You stay here.”

        “Thanks, Klaus.”

        She watched him leave, before helping Nadia with the injured that hadn’t been wolfsbaned.





        As soon as he saw her, he raced towards her, avoiding the explosions.

        “Katerina!” he yelled.

        He was instantly at her side and wished he had left with her, instead of leaving her in the Bayou. If she died because he was careless, he didn’t know if his brother would get over it.

        He looked down at her. There was blood on either side of her head from the explosion that had hit her. He didn’t dare feed her his blood, not knowing if she was human due to the cure or something else, and not knowing if the cure had any side effects.

        He gently pulled her into his arms, knowing he had to get her somewhere safe. For now, at least.





        A few minutes later, he had her in his room in his bed at the compound.

        He sat down on her bedside and looked down at her.

        “Katerina, luv, it’s me. Can you hear me?” he called to her.





        When she came to, she saw that she was in a room, Klaus on her bedside wetting a cool wet washcloth on her face.

        “Klaus?”

        “I’m here, luv.”

        “Why save me after all this time?”

        “Because the mother of my unborn child would’ve come to your rescue, if I didn’t go make sure you were okay. I intend to keep her safe, so I promised her that I would take care of you.”

        “Thank you.”

        “Tell me, Katerina, what happened to you? Did you take the cure?”

        “No. I was mad at Bonnie and I took it out on Elena. I tried to kill her, so she shoved it down my throat. I can’t digest vampire blood anymore. The only good thing that came out of it was that my daughter found me. After 500 years, I’m finally reunited with Nadia.”

        “Is there anything else I should know?” he questioned her.

        “Not at all.”

        “Thank you, Katerina.”

        “Anytime, Klaus. Where are Elijah and Rebekah? I didn’t see them anywhere today.”

        “I’m sure they’re around somewhere. Take care. I have things to take care of.”

        She watched, as he set the washcloth on the end table and left.

        She sat up in bed and called up Hayley to speak to her.

        “Katherine, are you okay?”

        “I’m fine, Hayley. I haven’t seen Elijah or Rebekah. Where are they?”

        “Klaus didn’t tell you?”

        “Tell me what?”

        “He freed Rebekah. He decided that they’re too broken to coexist in the same city. I’m gonna find out who did this to my pack. I might know who. Do you want to come with me?”

        “I wouldn’t miss it for the world. Count me in.”





        A few minutes later Hayley, Katherine, and Nadia found where Marcel was hiding out at after he had been banished by Elijah. Nadia had him pinned to a wall, as Katherine stood by him and Hayley a foot or so away.

        “We’re going to ask you some questions and you’re going to tell the truth,” Nadia compelled him.

        “Did you bomb the Bayou? Did you put wolfsbane in the explosives?” Hayley asked.

        “Yes.”

        “Why would you attack a whole pack of wolves?” Katherine asked.

        “To get back at Klaus. He has to go down.”

        “Then you’ll lose.”

        After they were done, Nadia undid her compulsion on him and released him.

        Marcel watched them, as they left.





        When Elijah came home that night after doing business with some witches, he was met with a surprise, when he entered his bedroom. The love of his life was seated on his bed like she was waiting for him.

        He headed towards her.

        “Katerina?”

        “Elijah.”

        “What are you doing here, Katerina?”

        “For starters, I saved Hayley and helped Klaus today.”

        “Yes. I’ve been told. Why come here? You could’ve been killed.”

        “It was worth the risk.”

        She stood in front of him and they looked at each other, before she softly kissed him. Then they were both kissing.
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Together Again


        It’s a beautiful day in the French Quarter as I speak to Marcel, his friends, Hayley, Rebekah, and Klaus about what to do next. An old lover of mine who I thought had died long ago, Celeste, has returned. She’s a witch. The worse thing is that we don’t know why she’s here and what her plans are. My true love will always be Katerina Petrova, though she like the name Katherine Pierce. I will love her, always and forever.

        We all look up, smelling the familiar scent of human. Then she walks in. I can tell that something’s wrong.

        As I suspect my brother would react as usual, he pins her to a brick wall, hand tightly around her throat.

        “You sure look alive. You’re supposed to be dead by now. What the hell are you doing in my city?” he growls at her.

        “Bloody hell?” Rebekah says.

        “Well, well. Look who decided to return after 100 years,” Marcel comments.

        “What the hell?” Hayley says.

        I go to stand half way from where Klaus and Katerina are.

        “Niklaus,” I say in warning.

        I wait for him to let her go, but he just stays in the same position, ignoring me.

        Katerina silently looks back at him, despite the pressure on her throat.

        “Let her go, Niklaus. Let her speak,” I say in a warning voice with a hint of anger in my voice.

        Finally, he lets her go, but still stands in front of her.

        When she gets her breath back, she finally speaks, as I make my way over to her.

        “I didn’t come to see you,” she informs Klaus. She looks at me. “I came to ask you, for once in my life, for help.”

        I stand in front of her, next to Klaus.

        “What is it, Katerina?” I ask, ready to help if it’s not too much.

        “I’m dying of old age. I know I got myself into getting the cure shoved down my throat, but I didn’t think anything would happen. It was unexpected. I didn’t know Elena had the cure when I attacked her after you left me. Now I’m human, dying of old age, and in need of protection. I have many enemies. If word gets out that I’m human and if I don’t have protection, you know what will happen,” she explains to me.

        I know all too well what it’s like to have many enemies as a vampire, but it would be even worse as a human. I know she’s begging for help from me, which I know, deep inside, is hard for her to do after 500 years of looking out for herself.

        “You don’t need to say anything else. I promise that you will have my protection and I will help you. After this problem with a witch we’re having, you will have my undivided attention. For now, as long as you need to, you may stay here and I’ll try to keep Niklaus on a collar,” I tell her.

        “Thank you, Elijah. This means a lot,” she replies.

        “Why don’t you make yourself at home upstairs?” I suggest, since I need to speak to my family about her staying here with us.

        She smiles.

        “I’ll see you later,” she replies.

        When she has disappeared upstairs, I look at my siblings, Hayley, Marcel, and his friends.

        “She’s not staying here. I won’t allow it,” my brother growls.

        “It’s only temporary,” I assure him.

        “Fine by me,” Hayley tells me.

        “She can stay as long as she stays out of my way,” Rebekah says.

        Marcel and his friends are silent, but I know Marcel agrees. I’m the only one in my family that knows why and how Marcel and Katerina know each other. I kept tabs on Katerina over the centuries to make sure she was alive and as safe as she could be. And I’m glad Rebekah and Hayley are on board. Rebekah despises her for being able to stay off Klaus’ radar for 500 years, while Hayley hates her for trying to kill her back in Mystic Falls.

        We soon go our separate ways. I look for Celeste and Rebekah stays to babysit Hayley. Marcel and his friends go in a different direction to look for Celeste, while Klaus looks for a witch to talk to about Celeste.





        That night, on a sidewalk, I find Celeste who is inhabiting a witch by the name of Sabine. We talk, me trying to figure out what she wants, and I learn of her plan after she poisons me a little with a kiss.

        As I lay on my side on the sidewalk, I look up at her, as she speaks.

        “I died because of Klaus. I want revenge. I’m going to teach you the errors of your ways. No matter what he does, you keep holding on to that vow; always and forever. As we speak, he’s experiencing more pain than he has ever felt. Now, you can choose to save him, but then that would leave Hayley, Rebekah, and Katherine in peril. Or there’s your deal sister Rebekah. She’s about to find herself in quite the predicament. You could save her, but then that leaves Klaus, Hayley, and Katherine. Or there’s Hayley. We both know Klaus would hate it if anything happened to her or the baby. And last but not least, there’s your precious Katherine you think is the same girl you fell in love with 500 years ago. You’ll recover in enough time to save one of them. I can’t wait to see which one you choose.”

        I can only watch, as she walks away from me and soon disappears from sight.

        I know she’s right. I can only choose one. Time and time again, I have always chosen my family over Katerina, which I know has hurt her every time I did. But then there’s Hayley. I care about her and her baby needs to survive, because that child is the key to Klaus’ redemption. Then there’s my little sister, Rebekah, who I do love and would do anything for, but I have always put Klaus before her. And then there’s my little half-brother Klaus who I have always put first, no matter what. I must choose soon. My lover of 500 years, my sister, my brother, or my brother’s one night stand that he got pregnant?





        Half an hour later, I arrive at the old plantation house, which is on fire.

        I immediately get inside by shattering the window. Fire is everywhere, as I help Hayley to her feet and tell her werewolf friend, Jackson, “Get her out of here.”

        As Jackson and Hayley leave by going through the window, I find the love of my life. Katerina.

        I gently pick her up in my arms and, once I’m a ways away from the house, I gently lay her down on her back on the ground.

        I look down at her to assess her condition, as I listen to her heart and breathing. There’s blood on either side of her head and some blood elsewhere. There’s a wound on her left side and there are scratches all over her. I don’t know if she can digest vampire blood after the cure was shoved down her throat, but I have to try.

        I pull her gently into my arms and bite my wrist, putting it to her lips, making my blood go down her throat to heal and save her.

        A few minutes later, I take it away and my wrist and her wound instantly heal.

        I gently carry her to the compound, once on my feet.





        Once at the compound and in my room, I gently lay her down in my bed. I then sit on her bedside and wait for her to come to. If anything happened to Katerina, I don’t know what I’d do. It would shatter me.





        An hour later, she comes to, which relieves me. She’s going to be okay.





        A few days later, I get my siblings back and we kill Celeste before she can body jump. So all is well in the French Quarter. In the end, Katerina and I get back together.
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Helpful Petrova Family


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.

        “Elijah.”

        “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.

        “Katerina.”

        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)


*1492*



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

Yeah

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.

        “Katerina.”

        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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