History WMG / FactionParadox

10th Apr '15 3:28:22 AM VampireYoshi
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Grandfather Paradox's renegade behavior toward the Great Houses being a dark mirror of the Doctor's rejection of Gallifreyan society has been well analyzed, to the point of the Grandfather and other given characters being called [[{{Expy}} expies]] of the 'originals'. If more than just expies, Faction Paradox could easily be expanded into the most chilling villains in the whole history of the series, considering just who the heroes would be facing: themselves (or at least the Doctor and companions), as they "neverwere".

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Grandfather Paradox's renegade behavior toward the Great Houses being a dark mirror of the Doctor's rejection of Gallifreyan society has been well analyzed, to the point of the Grandfather and other given characters being called [[{{Expy}} expies]] of the 'originals'. If more than just expies, Faction Paradox could easily be expanded into the most chilling villains in the whole history of the series, considering just who the heroes would be facing: themselves (or at least the Doctor and companions), Companions), as they "neverwere".
10th Apr '15 3:27:45 AM VampireYoshi
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Grandfather Paradox's renegade behavior toward the Great Houses being a dark mirror of the Doctor's rejection of Gallifreyan society has been well analyzed, to the point of the Grandfather and other given characters being called [[{{Expy}} expies]] of the 'originals'. If more than just expies, Faction Paradox could easily be expanded into the most chilling villains in the whole history of the series, considering just who the heroes would be facing: themselves, as they "neverwere".

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Grandfather Paradox's renegade behavior toward the Great Houses being a dark mirror of the Doctor's rejection of Gallifreyan society has been well analyzed, to the point of the Grandfather and other given characters being called [[{{Expy}} expies]] of the 'originals'. If more than just expies, Faction Paradox could easily be expanded into the most chilling villains in the whole history of the series, considering just who the heroes would be facing: themselves, themselves (or at least the Doctor and companions), as they "neverwere".
10th Apr '15 3:26:07 AM VampireYoshi
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Grandfather Paradox's renegade behavior toward the Great Houses being a dark mirror of the Doctor's rejection of Gallifreyan society has been well analyzed, to the point of the Grandfather and other given characters being called [[{{Expy}} expies]] of the 'originals'. If more than just expies, Faction Paradox could easily be made the most chilling villains in all DoctorWho, considering just who the heroes would be facing: themselves, as they "neverwere".

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Grandfather Paradox's renegade behavior toward the Great Houses being a dark mirror of the Doctor's rejection of Gallifreyan society has been well analyzed, to the point of the Grandfather and other given characters being called [[{{Expy}} expies]] of the 'originals'. If more than just expies, Faction Paradox could easily be made expanded into the most chilling villains in all DoctorWho, the whole history of the series, considering just who the heroes would be facing: themselves, as they "neverwere".
10th Apr '15 3:25:14 AM VampireYoshi
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Grandfather Paradox's renegade behavior toward the Great Houses being a seeming dark mirror of the Doctor's rejection of "High" Gallifreyan society has been well-analyzed, to the point of he and other given characters being called [[{{Expy}} expies]] of 'originals'. If so, Faction Paradox could easily be made into the shows absolutely most nightmarish villains, given [[TheEnemyIsUs who]] the heroes could be made to face at any moment.

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Grandfather Paradox's renegade behavior toward the Great Houses being a seeming dark mirror of the Doctor's rejection of "High" Gallifreyan society has been well-analyzed, well analyzed, to the point of he the Grandfather and other given characters being called [[{{Expy}} expies]] of the 'originals'. If so, more than just expies, Faction Paradox could easily be made into the shows absolutely most nightmarish villains, given [[TheEnemyIsUs who]] chilling villains in all DoctorWho, considering just who the heroes could would be made to face at any moment.facing: themselves, as they "neverwere".
10th Apr '15 3:19:11 AM VampireYoshi
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Something mentioned off-hand and vaugely in the new series...possibly refering to Faction Paradox?

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Something mentioned off-hand and vaugely in the new series...possibly refering to Faction Paradox?Paradox?
* Meanwhiles and Never''weres''. Easily possible, though, if they wanted to go that way, given how often the Faction intentionally set the other factions against each other throughout the War.

[[WMG: Faction Paradox comes from a {{Whoniverse}} MirrorUniverse.]]
Grandfather Paradox's renegade behavior toward the Great Houses being a seeming dark mirror of the Doctor's rejection of "High" Gallifreyan society has been well-analyzed, to the point of he and other given characters being called [[{{Expy}} expies]] of 'originals'. If so, Faction Paradox could easily be made into the shows absolutely most nightmarish villains, given [[TheEnemyIsUs who]] the heroes could be made to face at any moment.
26th Dec '13 10:52:20 PM JackCain
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Wouldn't he just fit in perfectly?

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Wouldn't he just fit in perfectly?perfectly?

[[WMG: The Could've Been King and his army of Meanwhiles and Never-wheres are Faction Paradox]]
Something mentioned off-hand and vaugely in the new series...possibly refering to Faction Paradox?
14th Mar '13 12:53:44 AM Dragonmouth
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[[WMG:The Meddling Monk is a member of Faction Paradox.]]

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[[WMG:The Meddling Monk is a member of Faction Paradox.]]]]
Wouldn't he just fit in perfectly?
17th Feb '13 7:06:34 PM Dragonmouth
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[[WMG:The Meddling Monk is a member of Faction Paradox.]]
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