History WMG / DoctorWhoWholeSeries

26th Jan '18 6:12:08 PM nombretomado
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* Dude, you deserve a MadeOfWin for [[CrowningMomentOfFunny making my day]].

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* Dude, you deserve a MadeOfWin JustForFun/MadeOfWin for [[CrowningMomentOfFunny making my day]].



* [[MadeOfWin Win.]]

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* [[MadeOfWin [[JustForFun/MadeOfWin Win.]]
16th Jan '18 8:29:58 PM Ender37
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[[WMG: Mavic Chen is the Master]]
He has the same lust for power, and could've regenerated after being shot by the Daleks. It would make sense that the First Doctor would've met the Master at some point (something {{Creator/Big Finish}} is well aware of).
12th Jan '18 6:59:04 AM LondonKdS
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When we see it in "The End of Time", it appears to be a few times the size of the Earth. But it uses similar technology as TARDISes: once you get past the atmosphere, it gets bigger. Much, ''much'' bigger. The actual surface area of Gallifrey is bigger than whole solar systems, possibly even whole galaxies.

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When we see it in "The End of Time", it appears to be a few times the size of the Earth. But it uses similar technology as TARDISes: [=TARDISes=]: once you get past the atmosphere, it gets bigger. Much, ''much'' bigger. The actual surface area of Gallifrey is bigger than whole solar systems, possibly even whole galaxies.
6th Jan '18 10:46:45 PM nombretomado
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Pretty much all his major ShipTeasing has involved somebody blonde: Romana had a lot of chemistry with the 4th Doctor(her second incarnation was blonde), Russell T Davies had the Doctor all but outright say he loves the Master (the blonde JohnSimm Master has the most blatant FoeYay to date) and Steven Moffat had the strawberry blonde River all but admit she's shagged him. Sure, there's been ShipTease [[HeroesWantRedHeads with gingers]] like Good Queen Bess and Amy Pond, but that's usually unrequited on their side, and the Doctor wants to ''be'' ginger instead. This even extends beyond the fourth wall! Tom Baker was married to Lalla Ward(said second incarnation of Romana's actor) for some time, Peter Davison's second wife was blonde and David Tennant married the blonde Georgia Moffet([[CastIncest aka Davison's daughter]]). It seems that our Doctor has a thing for blondes.

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Pretty much all his major ShipTeasing has involved somebody blonde: Romana had a lot of chemistry with the 4th Doctor(her second incarnation was blonde), Russell T Davies had the Doctor all but outright say he loves the Master (the blonde JohnSimm Creator/JohnSimm Master has the most blatant FoeYay to date) and Steven Moffat had the strawberry blonde River all but admit she's shagged him. Sure, there's been ShipTease [[HeroesWantRedHeads with gingers]] like Good Queen Bess and Amy Pond, but that's usually unrequited on their side, and the Doctor wants to ''be'' ginger instead. This even extends beyond the fourth wall! Tom Baker was married to Lalla Ward(said second incarnation of Romana's actor) for some time, Peter Davison's second wife was blonde and David Tennant married the blonde Georgia Moffet([[CastIncest aka Davison's daughter]]). It seems that our Doctor has a thing for blondes.
27th Dec '17 2:09:13 PM CaptainColdCutCliche
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[[WMG: Gallifrey is BiggerOnTheInside]]
When we see it in "The End of Time", it appears to be a few times the size of the Earth. But it uses similar technology as TARDISes: once you get past the atmosphere, it gets bigger. Much, ''much'' bigger. The actual surface area of Gallifrey is bigger than whole solar systems, possibly even whole galaxies.
27th Dec '17 2:00:32 PM CaptainColdCutCliche
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Time Lords are actually [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] who exist in some other plane of reality, possibly related to the Time Vortex. Because there isn't really anything there besides themselves, they invest all their attention into the Whoniverse, creating physical humanoid bodies there that are connected to their consciousnesses. However, their physical bodies are still very important to them. Think of the humanoid bodies as the skin, and their true forms as everything beneath the skin. When the bodies are fatally injured, they are able to create new ones, while their actual forms stay the same. This explains their god-like powers, how they can warp reality, and how they perceive incomprehensible things in incomprehensible ways, while still looking so... well, so not like something that could do that.

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Time Lords are actually [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] who exist in some other plane of reality, possibly related to the Time Vortex. Because there isn't really anything there besides themselves, they invest all their attention into the Whoniverse, creating physical humanoid bodies there that are connected to their consciousnesses. However, their physical bodies are still very important to them. Think of the humanoid bodies as the skin, and their true forms as everything beneath the skin. When the bodies are fatally injured, they are able to create new ones, while their actual forms stay the same. This explains their god-like powers, how they can warp reality, and how they perceive incomprehensible things in incomprehensible ways, while still looking so... well, so not like something that could do that.not-like-something-that-could-do-that.
27th Dec '17 1:57:39 PM CaptainColdCutCliche
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[[WMG: The humanoid Time Lord bodies in the physical universe aren't their true forms]]
Time Lords are actually [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] who exist in some other plane of reality, possibly related to the Time Vortex. Because there isn't really anything there besides themselves, they invest all their attention into the Whoniverse, creating physical humanoid bodies there that are connected to their consciousnesses. However, their physical bodies are still very important to them. Think of the humanoid bodies as the skin, and their true forms as everything beneath the skin. When the bodies are fatally injured, they are able to create new ones, while their actual forms stay the same. This explains their god-like powers, how they can warp reality, and how they perceive incomprehensible things in incomprehensible ways, while still looking so... well, so not like something that could do that.
12th Nov '17 9:09:33 PM jdodum
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[[WMG: The Master has JokerImmunity because the Doctor keeps saving him/her, even if we don't see it.]]

For one thing, they are childhood friends, if not [[FoeYay more than that]]. For another, we have seen the Doctor save the Master several times, and likewise a couple times as well, so it's not unprecedented. The wibbly wobbly ball makes the whole thing more complicated, because their timelines might not always perfectly sync up, meaning that, an older version of the Master might wind up saving a younger version of the Doctor, or likewise. This causes fixed time, forcing the Doctor to save a younger Master in order to stick to the established timeline. It's a given at this point that the Master will survive certain death situations (this could be applied to Davros and the Daleks as well, incidentally), to the point where writers don't even always bother to explain how. This theory could potentially fill in the gaps caused by a lot of unexplained villain survival.
17th Oct '17 6:49:36 PM Ender37
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[[WMG: The Sontarans were created by the Kaminoans]]
The Kaminoans are expert cloners, and describe the Grand Army of the Repuablic as the finest they've ever made, suggesting there were others. We know the Sontarans are a clone army.
10th Oct '17 2:00:53 PM WitchHatsFTW
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* Except this doesn't explain why ALL Time Lords look human when they're among their own kind on Gallifrey. Or why the doctor literally says "Humans look Time Lord", implying Time Lords and humans look remarkably similar. Not to mention that there are numerous occasions where the Doctor has had implied intimate relationships with humans.
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