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Wholock: A Study in Leadworth (Amy/Sherlock)





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Published on Mar 14, 2012

Plot. It's a bit muddled as it was originally meant to be drabble-like moments, but I squeezed a plot out of it! -

The Doctor, Amy and Sherlock meet on at Baskerville and the Doctor is curious about Amy's apparent infatuation with the great detective. Amy tries to explain to Sherlock, after he deduces some facts about her life, that she is "not sad" about her husband Rory's recent disappearance. Sherlock and John then go on to save Amy when something attacks her in the woods, and Sherlock comforts her with uncharacteristic kindness.
Sherlock awoken, a few months later, by the Doctor's voice while on another case -- he follows the trails and eventually finds Amy and the Doctor. For them, it is only a day later.
Amy grows suspicious of Sherlock, put off by his sociopathic nature -- however the Doctor, knowing their future, implores her to trust him. She reluctantly helps him with his case but remembers the disappearance of her husband Rory when he starts to praise her, and runs away.
She comes across a room containing Jim Moriarty, in capture, quickly leaving when he disappears, assuming she is hallucinating. Later that night, in a bid for comfort, she goes to see Sherlock and Sherlock remembers the words of Irene Adler.
Sherlock doesn't see Amy and the Doctor for another few nights until they mysteriously appear in London, with Rory Williams in tow. They invite Sherlock and John on the TARDIS only to reveal Amy has been a ganger all along, and that Moriarty has been keeping her captive. Sherlock and Amy also admit that they slept together to Rory, and she is now pregnant with Sherlock's child.
We see the "real" Amy, kept captive by Moriarty, and video footage is sent to Sherlock, who at first refuses to help Lestrade in the investigation, not wanting to admit to Moriarty that he has a weakness. Eventually they return to Baskerville to try to find her but their attempts are fruitless, and a future version of the Doctor implores Sherlock and the rest of the group to move on from their memories of Amy.
Eventually Sherlock breaks down and admits his feelings for Amy to John, after they have been unable to find her.


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