A Song's Demise (Tenth Doctor/Reader) A bright blinding light surrounds you and you felt yourself being pulled away. Your mind felt like it turned blank and your whole body felt numb. Your surroundings faded away into oblivion along with the fake world. Goodbye Cal and hello the real world. Your feet landed onto hard wooden flooring, you wobble and nearly fall to the floor. A hand grabs and balances you.A Song's Demise (Tenth Doctor/Reader)14 hours ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Careful!" A man with big round blue eyes and dark hair warns. You smile.
"Hey thanks! Where are we?" You ask, "oh wait, we're back! We're back at the library! Oh my gosh, Doctor! Donna!" You hastily run away from the man and nearly bump into the swarm of bodies that surrounded you now. Everyone's dressed in casual clothes but mostly black.
You're in the main teleport room and you can hear someone announcing teleportation rules and regulations. But you're not going anywhere without the Doctor and Donna. But you didn't see them anywhere. Your heart sinks, did they leave? Where's the expedition te
Examining the Doctor's faith and 'The God Complex'Let’s analyse “The God Complex”. Actually, just certain aspects of it, or we’ll be here all day. Besides, it’s been already analysed to hell and back by people far more skilled than me, and I have already analysed the Doctor's greatest fear (see gallery).Examining the Doctor's faith and 'The God Complex'20 hours ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
“So what do Time Lords pray to?” The Doctor deflects the question. But it is clear that he believes in something. He does have a room there after all.
(Speaking of which, I want someone to make Rory!ART! of this episode with the Minotaur and include the Big Lebowski quote: “They were nihilists, man, they kept saying they believe in nothing!” Come on, let’s have some fun!)
This episode examines faith. Not just religious faith, but let’s focus on that at first, and then move on to why this is an ingenius set-up. What are the Doctor’s beliefs on such matters?
Now, of course, this is quite difficult to say with certainty. Because after al
Doctor Who Review: The Region Of TerrorDoctor Who Review: The Region Of Terror16 hours ago in Other More Like This
The Region Of Terror was written by Dennis Spooner and was a pure historical story of five episodes. Unfortunately, two of them were lost from film burning and/or film reusing and some crap, but were reanimated to fit the existing audio that the BBC had. I remember watching the story and that was it. Other than the Doctor's outfit and how he got it. I never really remembered anyone or anything from the episode, so I watched it again to see if it was my bad memory getting the best of me.
The Doctor is convinced that he has landed the T.A.R.D.I.S. on earth and just to satisfy his companions, he takes them out to prove himself right. When they enter a near by house, they discover that it is a staging post for counter-revolutionaries of the French Revolution. They are soon discovered by two counter-revolutionaries, who knocked the Doctor unconscious and hold the others at gunpoint. Revolutionary soldiers surround t