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"Marco, come and look at this." A tall, dark-haired man walked over to the woman at the computer terminal. Brushing her long coppery curls out of his way, he leaned in to see the screen.
"This message just came in from a small freighter," the woman said, typing furiously. The message was staticky and unclear. A young human male stood right in front of the screen. The lights in the room he'd been recording in flickered constantly. He looked exhausted and jumpy, his eyes darting around throughout the message.
"Passing…Cimmerian planet…sensors picked up...weeping…invaded through scanners…crashing…coming!" The screen went black.
Marco and the woman looked at each other solemnly. Standing up straight, Marco issued orders.
"Elandra, call Kinwon and Earth. The Weeping Angels have escaped. Request permission to put Project Stellar Corps into action." Marco began pushing buttons on the wall. He leaned in so the security could scan his retina. The wall slid aside and a drawer popped out. Slowly, Marco drew out two rings, one made of iron, the other of copper. Carved into the setting where a gem would normally have been were two planets. Marco took Elandra's hand, and slid the copper ring onto her middle finger beside her wedding ring. She did the same for him, neither one speaking.
The computer screen crackled again, and Earth's Extraterrestrial Ambassador appeared.
"Former Cleric Marco, you have the Earth's permission to proceed."
"Thank you," Marco said. He turned to Elandra, but she was way ahead of him.
"I put out the word already," she said. Smiling, Marco kissed his wife on the cheek.
"Whatever would I do without you?" He asked.
"Nothing. You wouldn't even have the morphing rings without me," Elandra replied.
Trivia: Elandra's name is based off of C.S. Lewis's name for Venus—Perelandra. And yes, I am aware of Gallifrey's coordinates being the location of a meteor shower in Lost Galaxy, which is probably set at about the time of the Time War anyway. Being a nerd is awesome.