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04 August 2007 @ 05:58 pm
Date: December 27, 2009
Time: 2:30
Location: Cardiff. The Master's labs.
Characters Involved: Whoever would be there.
Ratings and Warnings: None yet?
Incomplete/Complete: Incomplete

So far, The Master was pleased with his progress although an overarching plan had yet to solidify itself. There was still work to be done with Jack, but unfortunately learning about his various options, The Master had to rely upon information extracted and reports received from The Rani and other scientists.

The only completely positive aspect was that so very many experiments could do done without any need to remain concerned about the well-being of the test subject. At the moment, of course, he was reading over the feedback and test results he'd been given and trying to come up with something really, really cruel. Cruel to Jack. Cruel to that woman named Martha. And obviously cruel to The Doctor. Killing and hurting humans would not and could not be enough.

Drumming his nails along the edge of the highly-polished surface of his desk, The Master hummed a bit of AC/DC's "If you want Blood" and moved on to the experiments conducted on the third day after Jack's capture. Merry post-Christmas indeed.
killermicekillermice on August 6th, 2007 07:11 am (UTC)
The sound of a brisk rapping preceded the Rani's entrance by perhaps five seconds. She smiled slightly as she caught the Master in the act of fidgeting, and settled in one of the chairs available. "I see you've been reading - did anything catch your fancy?"

She was, perhaps, somewhat more cheerful than normal. She had reason to be though, and sooner or later she would share her news. Probably later though - why would she miss out on the chance to tease him a little?
sound_ofdrums on August 6th, 2007 03:23 pm (UTC)
"Not yet," The Master replied somewhat testily before grudginly admitting "Very through investigations were conducted though." So where was some information he could use?
killermicekillermice on August 7th, 2007 05:01 am (UTC)
"I noticed." She smirked a little as she leaned back in the chair. "Though I think a day was wasted while some of your scientists got sidetracked by the not-dying part of their subject." It isn't as though she really has room to talk though - were it all in her hands, she would likely have spent several days in simply establishing resurrection parameters.