History NightmareFuel / DoctorWho

26th Aug '16 11:17:29 PM Sanokal
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** The Daleks and the Emperor that appear in Series 1 are very unnervingly different. They're stated to be insane (and have a ''religion'', which is just as twisted as you'd expect for Daleks); they ''loathe'' themselves due to having been created from human material, and they take their time in killing people on the Game Station. The Emperor in particular has AGodAmI delusions and taunts the Doctor with ''extraordinary perceptiveness'' for a Dalek.
6th Aug '16 11:07:36 PM Jonnan001
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*** It gets worse as I think about it.
**** A) What happens at the very beginning of this incarnation? The Doctor casually rewrites the timeline. Why? Because Harriet Jones, the Prime Minister fated to bring in a golden age for Great Britain had ... dared to not trust that he would always be there to save them. So this isn't the first time the Time Lord Triumphant came out.
**** B) What incarnation of the Doctor is this? #10. Add one for the War Doctor. Add one more for successfully suppressing a regeneration. #12. When was the Valeyard predicted by the Timelord Council? Between the 12th and final regenerations. Had the mission commander *not* sacrificed herself to preserve the timeline, just how close were we to the Valeyard personality achieving dominance.
24th Jul '16 2:31:05 PM skidoo23
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** You begin your day with an exhilarating adventure with your best friend whom you love, about whose safety and survival you've been increasingly worried about. The two of you are asked for help by a young father and after some investigation you easily deduce the origin of the problem. You also realize early on that it's a con game. Easy, peasy. Unknown to you, however, your friend has gone rogue and decided [[StupidSacrifice to take the chronolock upon herself]] as strategy to keep the young father safe. You discover this too late, and there is nothing you can do but hug her, receive some words of encouragement from her ... and then watch her die, screaming before being teleported god knows where without time to so much as grieve. AdultFear to the max and not a very good way to end your day.

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** You begin your day with an exhilarating adventure with your best friend whom you love, about whose safety and survival you've been increasingly worried about. The two of you are asked for help by a young father and after some investigation you easily deduce the origin of the problem. You also realize early on that it's a con game. Easy, peasy. Unknown to you, however, your friend has gone rogue and decided [[StupidSacrifice to take the chronolock upon herself]] as strategy to keep the young father safe. You discover this too late, and there is nothing you can do but hug her, receive some words of encouragement from her ... and then watch her die, screaming in agony before being teleported god knows where without time to so much as grieve. AdultFear to the max and not a very good way to end your day.
day. (The Doctor, incidentally, directly identifies Clara's death as one of his nightmares in the following epsiode, ''Heaven Sent''.)
17th Jul '16 6:30:14 AM Morgenthaler
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** Somewhere out there, there is a DangerouslyGenreSavvy individual who knows who and what the Doctor is, invited him to investigate The Foretold in the hopes that they could reverse engineer the technology behind it, murdered a whole train car full of people to force the Doctor's cooperation, knew to seal up the TARDIS to prevent the Doctor's escape or rescuing of the passengers. When the Doctor manages to escape anyway, and then tries to track this person back to their source, they take the pragmatic approach and blow up the train. That person got away Scot-free and is still out there, and now knows how The Foretold worked and may have enough info to create their own version.

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** Somewhere out there, there is a DangerouslyGenreSavvy cunning individual who knows who and what the Doctor is, invited him to investigate The Foretold in the hopes that they could reverse engineer the technology behind it, murdered a whole train car full of people to force the Doctor's cooperation, knew to seal up the TARDIS to prevent the Doctor's escape or rescuing of the passengers. When the Doctor manages to escape anyway, and then tries to track this person back to their source, they take the pragmatic approach and blow up the train. That person got away Scot-free and is still out there, and now knows how The Foretold worked and may have enough info to create their own version.
30th Jun '16 9:18:23 AM Eshix
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* When watching a fan recon of a lost episode, it's pretty easy to be startled by a suddenly moving part, especially with the poor quality.
29th Jun '16 12:42:49 PM Ilya_Rysenkov
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*** Some FridgeHorror here-if Sutekh escaped, he couldn't just wipe out all humans, he would wipe out every single existing thing in the universe-stars, planets, etc. He could annihilate the Daleks, crush the Ice Warriors, destroy the Sontarans, wipe out the Cybermen, burn the Autons, murder the Master, make the Silurians extinct and even take on the Great Intelligence (and very likely win.) And if he ever possessed the Doctor completely and made him his slave, he could make companions or the Doctor himself no longer exist! Worst of all, he would not stop until the universe was completely empty.

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*** Some FridgeHorror here-if here - if Sutekh escaped, he couldn't just wipe out all humans, he would wipe out every single existing thing in the universe-stars, planets, etc. He could annihilate the Daleks, crush the Ice Warriors, destroy the Sontarans, wipe out the Cybermen, burn the Autons, murder the Master, make the Silurians extinct and even take on the Great Intelligence (and very likely win.) And if he ever possessed the Doctor completely and made him his slave, he could make companions or the Doctor himself no longer exist! Worst of all, he would not stop until the universe was completely empty.
17th Jun '16 3:50:34 PM Scorntex
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** The fact that the Flood manages to momentarily pass as one of the base crew, even conversing with Yuri, who doesn't notice as it completely takes over. Then it speaks with her voice, the only time it ever speaks.
-->'''The Flood:''' Earth has so much water... [[AC:We should like that world so very much.]]
*** Which might make it more disturbing. The Flood can speak, but it just doesn't bother.
10th Jun '16 5:03:10 PM SorPepita
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** The Doctor is forced to repeat everything the monster says...including her commands to kill him. He is literally made to beg for his own death. Imagine being completely paralyzed, as several people physically drag you to your death, and hearing your own voice say, "Faster!"

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** The Doctor is forced to repeat everything the monster says... including her commands to kill him. He is literally made to beg for his own death. Imagine being completely paralyzed, as several people physically drag you to your death, and hearing your own voice say, "Faster!"



** Just how quickly a group of ordinary people decide that ''killing'' an innocent person is the best response; the whole mob mentality/homicidal rage thing. . . ''Because that's something that can and does happen.'' Not the (also terrifying) alien, you don't have to worry about that. . . but you can worry that, some day, you just might be stuck in a confined place with six panicking people. You might try and be the voice of reason and they might just straight up murder you for it.

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** Just how quickly a group of ordinary people decide that ''killing'' an innocent person is the best response; the whole mob mentality/homicidal rage thing. . . thing... ''Because that's something that can and does happen.'' Not the (also terrifying) alien, you don't have to worry about that. . .that... but you can worry that, some day, you just might be stuck in a confined place with six panicking people. You might try and be the voice of reason and they might just straight up murder you for it.
6th Jun '16 1:22:34 AM whateveryousay21
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* Don't forget that time he spent as a literal walking corpse when he first ran out of regenerations- the only thing that kept him going in that state of severe decay was PURE HATRED.
6th Jun '16 1:19:25 AM whateveryousay21
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* If that wasn't enough, during the era of the 6th Doctor we are told that [[spoiler:he will eventually turn evil and become the Valeyard during a future regeneration]] and that he may not be able to prevent this.
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