Doctor Who: A Last Stand“You know, this is quite depressing”.Doctor Who: A Last Stand4 hours ago in Humor More Like This
The two humans looked at him questioningly but he didn’t notice.
“Ah, it’s hopeless, hopeless. You know there is no way out of this”. He rested a hand on the machine and leaned forward slightly, eyes never leaving the screen.
“Trust me, I know, I’ve studied, I’ve tried this. Against such an enemy there is no victory.”
“I know. That is not really the point, is it? The Earth is doomed” he said gravelly. “And you know it. And you have to defend it because someone has to and nobody else will. And you fight, brave to the last, humanity’s best, last defenses falling apart around you.”
“And you might hold them back for a while”, he interrupted. “For a long time maybe. Hundreds upon hundreds will fall at your hand, nameless, faceless, and you have to do it, you have to keep your finger on that trigger and not
When Castiel Became The DoctorThis was not ideal, Castiel decided. He probably should have at least listened to Angry-Accented-Man's explanation of what "TARDIS": stood for. Though, in Castiel's defene, he had not known that we would have any need of knowing such things. He actually wasn't even sure how it had happened. Angry-Accented-Man had not taken to Castiel's admission of being an angel well, as he had then begun waving about his shiny stick and yelling about "Weeping Angels." If Castiel had to guess, he figured that's about when it "all went to hell" as Dean would say. Because now Angry-Accented-Man was gone, as was Jimmy Novak's body, leaving Castiel behind in Angry-Accented-Man's body, holding his ridiculous shiny, metal stick. As he turned it in his hand, the tip exploded into multiple parts and began emitting a whirring noise.When Castiel Became The Doctor21 hours ago in Humor More Like This
This was ridiculous.
This was not right. He hadn't regenerated... There had been no regeneration energy! Yet here he was in new skin! And without his TARDIS