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This is a crossover between Doctor Who and Good Omens, by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. All characters belong to their respective creators, and there is no intent to infringe on copyright. This story may not be distributed on a profit-making basis.
Marcus L. Rowland
"Why should I trust you?" asks Martha. "You're not human."
Crowley smiles. "What's good for humans is good for Hell. With the Toclafane here nobody has time to do anything that merits eternal damnation."
"And Heaven can but weep," says Aziraphale. "Instead of doing something that might actually help."
"So I find this boy..?"
"Adam, yes," says Aziraphale.
"I convince him to believe in The Doctor, and that will help?"
"He has a vivid imagination," says Crowley, "and sometimes what he imagines comes true."
Once she's gone Aziraphale asks, "Should we have mentioned he's the Antichrist?"
Crowley shrugs. "Nobody's perfect."