History TimeLord / VideoGames

15th Apr '17 5:47:11 PM nombretomado
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!!Amy Rose, Sally from WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM / [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog Archie Comics]], and Sonia from SonicUnderground are all the same person.

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!!Amy Rose, Sally from WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM / [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog Archie Comics]], and Sonia from SonicUnderground WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground are all the same person.
28th Mar '17 3:35:41 PM Mario500
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* How else would he know EXACTLY where Link was going to land after being thrown by the Helmaroc King? I doubt he could pick up Link with his head and get him in the back of the boat. This would also explain how he knew to get to the Triforce before Ganondorf, as well as being able to get there in time. His TARDIS is obviously the King of Red Lions (the TARDIS has been said to be sentient, so why not a sentient boat? It'd travel time by sailing or something). This is also how he lived through the period of time between the submersion of Hyrule and Link's arrival.

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* How else would he know EXACTLY exactly where Link was going to land after being thrown by the Helmaroc King? I doubt he could pick up Link with his head and get him in the back of the boat. This would also explain how he knew to get to the Triforce before Ganondorf, as well as being able to get there in time. His TARDIS is obviously the King of Red Lions (the TARDIS has been said to be sentient, so why not a sentient boat? It'd travel time by sailing or something). This is also how he lived through the period of time between the submersion of Hyrule and Link's arrival.
28th Mar '17 3:34:17 PM Mario500
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!!The character you play is a TimeLord whose Tardis has broken down.
This one is cut-and-dry. The geometry inside is all higgledy piggledy. You must get through the security puzzles your Tardis uses to protect itself has to get [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E10JourneyToTheCentreOfTheTardis to the center of the Tardis]] and [[spoiler: remove the mysterious black blocky alien life form inhibiting the engine from working]].

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!!The character you play is a TimeLord whose Tardis TARDIS has broken down.
This one is cut-and-dry. The geometry inside is all higgledy piggledy. You must get through the security puzzles your Tardis TARDIS uses to protect itself has to get [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E10JourneyToTheCentreOfTheTardis to the center of the Tardis]] TARDIS]] and [[spoiler: remove the mysterious black blocky alien life form inhibiting the engine from working]].



It's the only way to explain how the devil he manages to put a frickin' basement in your house in one day. All the money in the community ends up looping back to him--he buys things from you and the money you get is paid off in terms of a loan because he needs all of this random crap to power his time technologies. He puts extra bells in the bank and collects interest later. And it would explain why those two little creepy raccoon kids repeat each other. They're telepathic.

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It's the only way to explain how the devil he manages to put a frickin' basement in your house in one day. All the money in the community ends up looping back to him--he buys things from you and the money you get is paid off in terms of a loan because he needs all of this random crap to power his time technologies. He puts extra bells in the bank and collects interest later. And it would explain why those two little creepy raccoon kids repeat each other. They're telepathic.



!!The Caretaker is a Time Lord and the first one too. His Tardis is Frehorn's Blade

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!!The Caretaker is a Time Lord and the first one too. His Tardis TARDIS is Frehorn's Blade



* Justice is the soul of his Tardis-- something happened to it, and in order to save the Tardis, he took its spirit into himself. As seen in The Doctor's Wife, putting a Tardis soul into a human destroys it, but in a Time Lord, it could turn into some kind of weird pseudo-meld thing.

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* Justice is the soul of his Tardis-- TARDIS-- something happened to it, and in order to save the Tardis, T, he took its spirit into himself. As seen in The Doctor's Wife, putting a Tardis TARDIS soul into a human destroys it, but in a Time Lord, it could turn into some kind of weird pseudo-meld thing.



At the end of Mother 1, Giygas could not truly transform or change his ways; what he REALLY needed was for another child with a baseball cap and a striped shirt to essentially save him. After he was defeated by Ness, he went into dormancy, and was eventually reincarnated as Lucas because he was the only one who could stop Porky. When Lucas grew up, he returned to the past and had a child, Ness. He then took a job with horrible hours so that he would never be near Ness before he defeated the Giygas version of his father, hence creating a paradox. Giygas's true form is a failed regeneration, the aura from the regeneration turned into the red mist that is Giygas.

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At the end of Mother 1, Giygas could not truly transform or change his ways; what he REALLY really needed was for another child with a baseball cap and a striped shirt to essentially save him. After he was defeated by Ness, he went into dormancy, and was eventually reincarnated as Lucas because he was the only one who could stop Porky. When Lucas grew up, he returned to the past and had a child, Ness. He then took a job with horrible hours so that he would never be near Ness before he defeated the Giygas version of his father, hence creating a paradox. Giygas's true form is a failed regeneration, the aura from the regeneration turned into the red mist that is Giygas.



Known as 'Captain', or 'Pilot'. A freak accident involving AppliedPhlebonium caused the heart of his tardis to partly fuse with his own, making his body capable of time travel, and his TARDIS capableof autonomous travel. However, he can't control the travel, instead the leap being triggered by his regenerations, and his destination is still ultimately chosen by his wayward tardis, which, like the Doctor's, likes to land him in a world on the verge of crisis, but often decades too early. Although there's some personality change with each regeneration, he is always a hopeless romantic who can often only express himself as a ChivalrousPervert

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Known as 'Captain', or 'Pilot'. A freak accident involving AppliedPhlebonium caused the heart of his tardis TARDIS to partly fuse with his own, making his body capable of time travel, and his TARDIS capableof capable of autonomous travel. However, he can't control the travel, instead the leap being triggered by his regenerations, and his destination is still ultimately chosen by his wayward tardis, TARDIS, which, like the Doctor's, likes to land him in a world on the verge of crisis, but often decades too early. Although there's some personality change with each regeneration, he is always a hopeless romantic who can often only express himself as a ChivalrousPervert



Think about it, everytime Sin is defeated, Yevon reconstructs it, likely proving himself to have vast technical knowhow, of course Time Lords rountinely maintain their own {{TARDIS}}es. In addition, it is probable that Yevon suffered injuries everytime Sin was defeated, causing him to regenerate each time. Each Calm was the period where Yevon would properly recover and rebuild Sin. Yevon's physical appearance just happens to be the result of several faulty regenerations. By the time Yuna defeated him, Yevon was already on his 13th incarnation, dying permanently because he had no further regenerations. Or if he still had further incarnations, he could have regenerated again and fled Spira for another world (maybe Gallifrey), giving up his purpose on Spira and explaining the Eternal Calm. That absence may be him remobilizing his resources to try his goals on Spira again in future, preferably after Yuna and her guardians are dead. An alternative theory holds that Yevon was already on the end of his regenerative cycle when he first crafted Sin, and took [[DemonicPossession possession]] of it to keep on living (the Master did that to others as well when he was in that state). Any Final Aeon that defeated Sin was taken by Yevon to serve as a new host. Since Yuna didn't use a Final Aeon, Yevon had nothing to possess, and permanently died as a result.

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Think about it, everytime Sin is defeated, Yevon reconstructs it, likely proving himself to have vast technical knowhow, of course Time Lords rountinely maintain their own {{TARDIS}}es. In addition, it is probable that Yevon suffered injuries everytime every time Sin was defeated, causing him to regenerate each time. Each Calm was the period where Yevon would properly recover and rebuild Sin. Yevon's physical appearance just happens to be the result of several faulty regenerations. By the time Yuna defeated him, Yevon was already on his 13th incarnation, dying permanently because he had no further regenerations. Or if he still had further incarnations, he could have regenerated again and fled Spira for another world (maybe Gallifrey), giving up his purpose on Spira and explaining the Eternal Calm. That absence may be him remobilizing his resources to try his goals on Spira again in future, preferably after Yuna and her guardians are dead. An alternative theory holds that Yevon was already on the end of his regenerative cycle when he first crafted Sin, and took [[DemonicPossession possession]] of it to keep on living (the Master did that to others as well when he was in that state). Any Final Aeon that defeated Sin was taken by Yevon to serve as a new host. Since Yuna didn't use a Final Aeon, Yevon had nothing to possess, and permanently died as a result.



Jayden's sophisticated technology he has on hand can be explained when we entertain the idea that he travels in time to solve crimes by impersonating an FBI agent or whoever is the federal investigation agency of the region and era because he's bored, something he hates. The ARI sunglasses/glove act as his TARDIS, but it's killing him; he has to take Triptocaine to counter the effects. He doesn't have a companion, probably because of his track record with partners if his interactions with [[RabidCop Blake]] are like most people he communicates with. It also explains why he [[spoiler:doesn't regenerate at any time; Triptocaine does mess with Time Lord physiology, slowly shutting down his body including the part that makes him regenerate, ARI messes with Time Lord physiology, shutting down yadda yadda, and any other time he dies it's always him being shoved into a grinder, leaving little time to regenerate.]]

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Jayden's sophisticated technology he has on hand can be explained when we entertain the idea that he travels in time to solve crimes by impersonating an FBI agent or whoever is the federal investigation agency of the region and era because he's bored, something he hates. The ARI sunglasses/glove act as his TARDIS, but it's killing him; he has to take Triptocaine to counter the effects. He doesn't have a companion, probably because of his track record with partners if his interactions with [[RabidCop Blake]] are like most people he communicates with. It also explains why he [[spoiler:doesn't regenerate at any time; Triptocaine does mess with Time Lord physiology, slowly shutting down his body including the part that makes him regenerate, ARI messes with Time Lord physiology, shutting down yadda yadda, etcetera, and any other time he dies it's always him being shoved into a grinder, leaving little time to regenerate.]]



Also, he's british and has a time theme. What more do you want?

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Also, he's british British and has a time theme. What more do you want?



!!Mishia'a disibility is Time Lord!

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!!Mishia'a disibility disability is Time Lord!



* He appears everywhere from time to time, even in 2000, a canon game wherein he is logically dead, but appears as a seemingly living Striker anyway. He could have appeared in his Black Noah-TARDIS and thought "Fantastic! I'll just make a small interference for lulz!". Wehn he Regenerates like all Time Lords, it doesn't do much to change his appearance, if either dishellving him so he looks manic (95, 98) or well groomed, but still mad (94, 2002/Neowave, Capcom vs SNK) . He later had the 2002 skyship as his TARDIS, til it got bombed by the disembodied hand that presses the switch in that cutscene.

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* He appears everywhere from time to time, even in 2000, a canon game wherein he is logically dead, but appears as a seemingly living Striker anyway. He could have appeared in his Black Noah-TARDIS and thought "Fantastic! I'll just make a small interference for lulz!". Wehn he Regenerates like all Time Lords, it doesn't do much to change his appearance, if either dishellving disheveling him so he looks manic (95, 98) or well groomed, but still mad (94, 2002/Neowave, Capcom vs SNK) . He later had the 2002 skyship as his TARDIS, til it got bombed by the disembodied hand that presses the switch in that cutscene.



* At lower ones, you get The Doctor, who is, of course, trying to help you in the most indirect manner possible-he would appear in person, but the AlternateUniverse angle pervents him from interfering directly, except to save a few Survivors and hide them in closets.

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* At lower ones, you get The Doctor, who is, of course, trying to help you in the most indirect manner possible-he would appear in person, but the AlternateUniverse angle pervents prevents him from interfering directly, except to save a few Survivors and hide them in closets.



It had to be done. His name is The Illusive Man, his Tardis is the room he's always in, his companion is Miranda. The Reapers are ridiculously robotic Daleks. Or Cybermen (they evolved into Cyberships).

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It had to be done. His name is The Illusive Man, his Tardis TARDIS is the room he's always in, his companion is Miranda. The Reapers are ridiculously robotic Daleks. Or Cybermen (they evolved into Cyberships).



** Third Sonic (Sonic X/Sonic Rush/Shadow The Hedgehog/Sonic Unleashed "The Creator/JasonGriffith Sonic"): Regenerated after being caught in a mob of [[UnpleasableFanbase angry fanboys]].

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** Third Sonic (Sonic X/Sonic Rush/Shadow The Hedgehog/Sonic Unleashed "The Creator/JasonGriffith Sonic"): Regenerated after being caught in a mob of [[UnpleasableFanbase angry fanboys]].fanatics]].



His time machine from [[MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime PiT]] is his tardis.

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His time machine from [[MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime PiT]] is his tardis.
TARDIS.



You wonder how 9-volt has every single Nintendo hardware '''''AND''''' software. At the age of 7. With the NES ending before his birth? This is why. $5 here is '''''A LOT''''' more in the time of the NES age. If 9-volt has, perchance, $20 dollars, he basically has 3-6 NES games. With his TARDIS being his hoverboard which is also actully a timewarping board, he can go trough ERAS, get silver, gold, or even diamonds to trade in for money, and buy the hardware and software. Simple as that. So with his time traveling, he has a good workout skating, so he has speed that could '''''MAYBE''''' rival Sonic's.

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You wonder how 9-volt has every single piece of Nintendo hardware '''''AND''''' and software. At the age of 7. With the NES ending before his birth? This is why. $5 Five dollars here is '''''A LOT''''' a lot more in the time of the NES age. If 9-volt has, perchance, $20 dollars, he basically has 3-6 NES games. With his TARDIS being his hoverboard which is also actully a timewarping board, he can go trough ERAS, get silver, gold, or even diamonds to trade in for money, and buy the hardware and software. Simple as that. So with his time traveling, he has a good workout skating, so he has speed that could '''''MAYBE''''' possibly rival Sonic's.
4th Jan '17 3:51:49 PM nombretomado
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* While I'm at it, GLADoS and the Combine Overwatch are also the same Time Lady. Both of them are attempts by her in the future to circumvent her last regeneration. In [=TF2=], the rest of the world is actually a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

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* While I'm at it, GLADoS [=GlaDOS=] and the Combine Overwatch are also the same Time Lady. Both of them are attempts by her in the future to circumvent her last regeneration. In [=TF2=], the rest of the world is actually a post-apocalyptic wasteland.



She transferred her mind into an AI so that she could continue her scientific experiments undisturbed by the Time War. [[spoiler:Actually, she used a Chameleon arch to make herself into Caroline, a woman who was a researcher at a facility where they researched technology that she had not seen before, but when Caroline was digitalized into GLaDOS the personality filter on the Chameleon Arch failed, but the memory suppression worked overtime. The "Caroline" personality that GLaDOS deletes at the end of Portal 2 is just that: a spare personality.]] She decided on Aperture Science rather than Black Mesa, since Black Mesa's invasion by the Combine is a fixed point in time. Neither GLaDOS nor the Rani have any ethical constraints when it comes to the progression of science, and are more than willing to experiment on sapient beings. Furthermore, Chell is an imperfect clone of The Doctor (or a regeneration of Jenny who has lost her memories), the experiment's primary purpose was to see if there were any circumstances where the Doctor (or someone made from the same DNA) could destroy a companion (proven correct by Chell euthanizing her Companion Cube.) Knowing that with any form of The Doctor, imperfect clone, DNA remix, or otherwise, that would only make him angry, the rest of the game is simply her giving Chell a reason not to kill her, tear her to pieces, and throw each piece into a fire for real, by letting her believe she's already done it. The Portal Gun itself, instead of being Aperture Science back-engineering Time Lord technology, is a simple trinket based off of it for Chell to believe she's testing, and she gassed the scientists so that she could conduct her experiments without their interference. When [=GLaDOS=] tells Chell that she's adopted, its technically true since she was raised by [=GLaDOS=] rather than The Doctor's biological parents.

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She transferred her mind into an AI so that she could continue her scientific experiments undisturbed by the Time War. [[spoiler:Actually, she used a Chameleon arch to make herself into Caroline, a woman who was a researcher at a facility where they researched technology that she had not seen before, but when Caroline was digitalized into GLaDOS [=GlaDOS=] the personality filter on the Chameleon Arch failed, but the memory suppression worked overtime. The "Caroline" personality that GLaDOS [=GlaDOS=] deletes at the end of Portal 2 is just that: a spare personality.]] She decided on Aperture Science rather than Black Mesa, since Black Mesa's invasion by the Combine is a fixed point in time. Neither GLaDOS [=GlaDOS=] nor the Rani have any ethical constraints when it comes to the progression of science, and are more than willing to experiment on sapient beings. Furthermore, Chell is an imperfect clone of The Doctor (or a regeneration of Jenny who has lost her memories), the experiment's primary purpose was to see if there were any circumstances where the Doctor (or someone made from the same DNA) could destroy a companion (proven correct by Chell euthanizing her Companion Cube.) Knowing that with any form of The Doctor, imperfect clone, DNA remix, or otherwise, that would only make him angry, the rest of the game is simply her giving Chell a reason not to kill her, tear her to pieces, and throw each piece into a fire for real, by letting her believe she's already done it. The Portal Gun itself, instead of being Aperture Science back-engineering Time Lord technology, is a simple trinket based off of it for Chell to believe she's testing, and she gassed the scientists so that she could conduct her experiments without their interference. When [=GLaDOS=] tells Chell that she's adopted, its technically true since she was raised by [=GLaDOS=] rather than The Doctor's biological parents.
9th Apr '16 12:22:45 PM nombretomado
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** First Sonic (Sonic [=1-3/AOSTH/SatAM=] "The [[FamilyMatters Jaleel White]] Sonic"): Regenerated after [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong constant meddling with the time space continuum]] in Sonic CD.

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** First Sonic (Sonic [=1-3/AOSTH/SatAM=] "The [[FamilyMatters [[Series/FamilyMatters Jaleel White]] Sonic"): Regenerated after [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong constant meddling with the time space continuum]] in Sonic CD.



** Third Amy (Sonic Underground Sonia): Regeneration after [[DrivenToSuicide committing suicide]] after discovering that she suspiciously [[CrossDressingVoices sounds like]] [[FamilyMatters Jaleel White]]...

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** Third Amy (Sonic Underground Sonia): Regeneration after [[DrivenToSuicide committing suicide]] after discovering that she suspiciously [[CrossDressingVoices sounds like]] [[FamilyMatters [[Series/FamilyMatters Jaleel White]]...
6th Jan '16 10:01:55 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: WMG/SoulCalibur]]

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[[WMG: WMG/SoulCalibur]]WMG/SoulSeries]]
23rd Dec '15 5:54:01 PM tropower
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Xehanort isn't a Nobody, he's a Time Lord. An evil one. He decides to take over Ansem(The Wise)'s castle, and Ansem is not his heartless, but rather a time lord/something fusion similar to [[spoiler: the Doctor!Donna]]. His mucking around between dimensions caused the whole Kingdom Hearts fiasco in the first place. Whatever method he used to go between dimensions in the first place was used by Maleficent to bring Riku between worlds, and the heartless result not from people who lose their hearts, but from people whose present is damaged by the destruction of dimensions. The Unbirths go even further, when someone's past is damaged, hence why BBS is ten years ago.

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Xehanort isn't a Nobody, he's a Time Lord. An evil one. He decides to take over Ansem(The Ansem (The Wise)'s castle, and Ansem (Seeker of Darkness) is not his heartless, but rather a time lord/something fusion similar to [[spoiler: the Doctor!Donna]]. His mucking around between dimensions caused the whole Kingdom Hearts fiasco in the first place. Whatever method he used to go between dimensions in the first place was used by Maleficent to bring Riku between worlds, and the heartless result not from people who lose their hearts, but from people whose present is damaged by the destruction of dimensions. The Unbirths go even further, when someone's past is damaged, hence why BBS is ten years ago.
23rd Dec '15 5:51:07 PM tropower
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* However, Time Lords only have thirteen incarnations. Cid has appeared in every ''Final Fantasy'' game since II, plus his appearances in spin-offs and "Sid" in ''The Spirits Within''. He ''was'' mentioned in some remakes of the first game, but we never saw him, so it doesn't count. He may still have been in another game's regeneration. That's over thirteen. Cid somehow must have scored extra regenerations, much like the Master has been known to have done.

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* However, Time Lords only have thirteen incarnations. Cid has appeared in every ''Final Fantasy'' game since II, II[[note]]The real one, not the fourth, which was released in North America as "II".[[/note]], plus his appearances in spin-offs and "Sid" in ''The Spirits Within''. He ''was'' mentioned in some remakes of the first game, but we never saw him, so it doesn't count. He may still have been in another game's regeneration. That's over thirteen. Cid somehow must have scored extra regenerations, much like the Master has been known to have done.
23rd Dec '15 4:17:56 PM Thepenguinking2
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No, no, not just because every series needs one. Time Lords have two hearts, which explains why Roxas and Sora can exist at the same time: One heart was used in the making of Roxas, the other one Sora is using. When Roxas gets assimilated back into Sora, Sora can use one heart to turn into a Heartless (Anti-Form), while the other one brings him back to human. The gummi ship is his TARDIS and Donald and Goofy are his companions (or Kairi is, if you perfer romantic companions). Xehanort is the Master to his Doctor, as his various incarnations are the {{Big Bad}}s of the series (Heartless for the first game, Nobody for the second, above mentioned 'Light' enemy for the third game?).

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No, no, not just because every series needs one. Time Lords have two hearts, which explains why Roxas and Sora can exist at the same time: One heart was used in the making of Roxas, the other one Sora is using. When Roxas gets assimilated back into Sora, Sora can use one heart to turn into a Heartless (Anti-Form), while the other one brings him back to human. The gummi ship is his TARDIS and Donald and and Goofy are his companions (or Kairi is, if you perfer romantic companions). Xehanort is the Master to his Doctor, as his various incarnations are the {{Big Bad}}s of the series (Heartless for the first game, Nobody for the second, above mentioned 'Light' enemy for the third game?).


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!! Both Crazy Dave and Zomboss are time lords.
Their [=TARDISes=] are Penny and Zombot respectively. Either that, or the Zombot ''itself'' is a time lord. I mean, it does appear 13 times throughout the whole series.
14th Nov '15 7:03:01 PM nombretomado
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** Fifth Sonic (Sonic the Hedgehog 4/Sonic Colors "The RogerCraigSmith Sonic"): Current Form.

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** Fifth Sonic (Sonic the Hedgehog 4/Sonic Colors "The RogerCraigSmith Creator/RogerCraigSmith Sonic"): Current Form.
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