Proof that [[SturgeonsLaw the remaining 10% is worth regenerating for]] here.

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''Doctor Who'' has a long history of fan-fiction in non-text formats, as well as a long and proud history of promoting fans into ShowRunner status. The ''AudioPlay/DoctorWhoAudioVisuals'' cassette tapes, for example, were circulated from 1985 to 1991 by Creator/NicholasBriggs and other future {{Promoted Fanboy}}s -- who now run the official AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho and have adapted many of the stories into canon.
!!FanficRecs/TenthDoctorFics, FanficRecs/EleventhDoctorFics and FanficRecs/TwelfthDoctorFics have their own pages.


[[folder: Authors and Websites]]

[[ A Teaspoon And An Open Mind]], the largest Whoniverse-dedicated fanfic archive
* Recommended by @/{{bwburke94}}
* ''Comments'': Generally speaking, if you're looking for a ''Doctor Who'' fanfic, you can find it here.

[[ The Doctor Who Project]] by Bob Furnell and others
* Recommended by @/Clendy82
* ''Synopsis'': Perhaps the largest and longest running Doctor Who fan fiction series in existence. Running continuously since 1999, the Doctor Who Project has had twelve seasons and counting of high-quality prose, ranging from short stories all the way to epic length novels. The first two stories star the Seventh Doctor before he regenerates and the series continues with an original "Eighth" Doctor onwards. For fans of older Doctors, there is a "Brief Encounters" section featuring stories starring the television Doctors with elements of the main [=TDWP=] series. Today the series stars the [=TDWP=] Tenth Doctor and continues to provide the very best in new Doctor Who stories with an old school feel.
* ''Comments'': With a series of such breadth and variety as the Doctor Who Project, there are going to be a lot of hits and misses as far as individual readers' preferences are concerned. Stories like "Nine Days" and "Journey's End" in the [=TDWP=] Ninth Doctor's era are held up as particular common favorites, though. To help deal with the fact that a dozen seasons' worth of near novel length stories can lead to a bit of ArchivePanic, the series editors have released a comprehensive [[ series bible]] giving details on every published story, including trivia and plot synopses,

[[ The "This Time Round" Archive]] by various.
* Recommended by @/DaibhidC
* Now has its own [[FanFic/ThisTimeRound Trope Page]]
* ''Synopsis'': A MetaFic series set in a pub outside ''Doctor Who'' continuity, where the characters go between stories. And the surrounding town. And the creche, where the SpinoffBabies stay and have a storybook that forces their adult counterparts to act out fairy tales. And the HighSchoolAU, Primary/Elementary School AU, and ''Retirement Home'' AU.
* ''Comments'': Particularly recommended is B.K. Willis's ''To Die For'' series in which, free from the burden of her canonical personality, Nyssa is reimagined as an inventive psychopath with a grudge on Adric (who keeps coming BackFromTheDead). It's ''much'' better than that makes it sound.

[[ Star Crossed]], a crossover recommendations page by lost-spook
* Recommended by @/{{LongLiveHumour}}
* ''Synopsis'': A recommendations page for ''Doctor Who'' crossovers. Stories are linked only.
* ''Comments'': A huge list of recs across many, many fandoms. The page owner is [[ lost-spook,]] a fine ficcer in their own right.

''[[ The 10 Doctors]]'' by Rich Morris
* Has its own [[Webcomic/The10Doctors Trope Page.]]
* [[ Alternate Link]] to download the comics.
* Recommended by @/{{Zxynoxia}}, cg12345, @/UncloudedTJ, @/DigiFlame, @/{{Revelo}}, @/{{Nightsky}}, @/{{Moloch}}, @/{{Sonikkuruzu}}, @/{{LongLiveHumour}}
* Synopsis'': A webcomic that is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. Ten Doctors, many companions, and just about every enemy from the TV series that wasn't dead at the end of their arc.
* ''Comments'': A fun read, although a little slow at times.
** Seconded by cg12345. Very much.
** @/UncloudedTJ: Very well done but if you want to read through it faster try the second link as it's faster to download them and read rather than use the archive.
** Also recommended by @/DigiFlame. Continuity Porn in its most concentrated form.
** @/{{Revelo}}: I also recommend this, really well written, fantastic art and a TARDIS full of lore and continuity porn with some awesome and heartwarming parts thrown in too.
** @/{{Scionofgrace}}: Recommended wholeheartedly! So many, many awesome moments.
** @/{{YYZ}}: Also to be recommended is one of Morris' subsequent stories, which features the Third Doctor in Elizabethan England.
*** I don't have a troper page yet, so I'll just sign using my real initials for now (and I'll change it once I make one), but I, ZT, agree, and would like to say that the other Doctor Who stories Rich has done, despite being crossovers with series I'm unfamiliar with, are awesome as well. Also, I feel that "the Ten Doctors" is possibly the greatest Doctor Who story ever.
** Teorwyn: This is the story that introduced me to the Whoniverse. Even though I didn't have any idea what was going on when I started, the story, convoluted as it was, let me pick things up as I went along and left me wanting more. HIGHLY recommended.
** Finister2: So good you'd think it was in canon.
** MrThorfan64: One of my favourite stories in any medium. Better then most Doctor Who stories.
** darksecret: For New Who fans, this is a great introduction to the Classic Doctors. Definitely worth a read.

''[[ The Crossover Adventures]]'' by Aron Toman
* Recommended by @/SilentHunter
* ''Synopsis'': Basically a bunch of audio plays where the Doctor (played by Toman) and some original companions, plus Frobisher, as well as characters from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', ''Franchise/{{Scream}}'' and ''Franchise/TheMuppets''.
** @/SilentHunter has only listened to "A Time Lord in Prince Henry's Court", a humorous tale set in 16th-century France, but it's a highly recommended tale of forbidden love, apples and Leonardo da Vinci.

Talk To The Hand Series by ''[[ Wynter Eyez]]''
* Recommended by Fiasco
* ''Synopsis'': A hilarious series that details the adventures of 10.5 (aka Handy, 10th Doctor Duplicate) living in Pete's world and coming to terms with his strange genetic quirks while having fantastic and hilarious adventures. It starts with
** 1) ''[[ Crossed Wires]]'', which is followed by
** a Christmas special: ''[[ A Glorious Mess]]''
** 2) ''[[ Straight Up With a Twist]]''
** 3) ''[[ This Immortal Coil]]''
** 4) ''[[ Romantic Entanglements]]''
** 5) ''[[ Coming Undone]]''
** 6) ''[[ Why Torchwood Banned Recreational BodySwapping]]''
* ''Comments'': Some fantastic humour is in here - also the author brings in well known and loved characters in a creative way and likes to turn some old cliches on their head. Really worth a read.

[[ It's fandom bitches]] by gidget_zb
* Recommended by: wolfpuppy.
* ''Synopsis'': The best Doctor/River fanfic writer on the web.
* ''Comments'': Writes amazing plots from ever time period in the series, as well as brilliant AUs and romances. Especially recommended is [[ Turkish Delight in the Moonlight.]]

[[ Lyricwritesprose]]
* Recommended by @/LadyOfProcrastination
* ''Synopsis'': Explorations of the Doctor's enduring impact on the universe, funny bits that feel like they were lifted right out of the show, [[FixFic fix fics]] you never knew you needed...everything you could ask for from a fanfic writer, really.
* ''Comments'': Her individual fics have been recommended often enough on this page already, but everything by Lyricwritesprose is worth reading. The stories feel like they were lifted out of canon, the characterization is always spot-on, and the writing is top-notch. Be sure to take a look at the TARDIS-centric pieces!

[[ Crystal Rose of Pollux]]
* Recommended by: Zelda12343
* ''Synopsis'': Her Doctor Who Fanfics, which range from short drabbles to multi-chapter fics, focus mostly on the Second Doctor and Jamie. The full timeline of her works can be found [[ here]] on Tumblr.
* ''Comments'': I cannot recommend her writing enough. Her characterization is flawless, not just for the Second Doctor and Jamie, but for every canon character they come into with. In spite of her rather timey-wimey writing, which could potentially cause a snarl in the timeline, is excellently handled. Her plots are very engaging, and often quite funny. Best of all, however, is that fact that pretty much every chapter involves some heartwarming moment or other, often courtesy of Jamie.
* Now has a [[Creator/RoseOfPollux tropes page]].

[[ betawho]]
* Recommended by: @/{{SanDemonMax}}
* ''Synopsis'': An author who specializes in short Doctor Who fics following Eleven and company, with occasional multi-chapter fics, and/or fics following other Doctors.
* ''Comments'': When I say short, I mean '''short'''. One of his fics, titled [[ Prey]], is exactly ''49'' words long. '''25 of those are his [[OnceAnEpisode Once A Fanfic]] thanks yous at the end.''' And yet even at just 24 words for the story proper, it's a brilliant read.

[[ Dobby's Socks]]
* Recommended by Katherine-Sanderson
* ''Synopsis'': A team of three authors that write really, really good Doctor Who fics with both really sad and really heartwarming moments. There are a mix of both One-shots and longer fics. Mainly about the 10th and 11th Doctors.

[[ BonusParts]]
* Recommended by beeruckzII
* ''Comments:'' Some of their notable ''Doctor Who'' works include ''[[ A Man Could Get Killed]]'', ''[[ Adaption]]''; both of which are '''NSFW''', ''[[ That So Works]]'' and then ''[[ This Lonely Angel]]''. They're all Sally Sparrow/Larry Nightingale stories, by the way. Now, I support the pairing, but some others might not so just be informed of that.

[[ yonderdarling]]
* Reccomended by NCToni
* ''Comments:'' An impressively prolific, gloriously in-character Twelve/Missy writer, exploring the good (domesticity, cuddling, fondness, and bickering) the bad (conflicting, well, everything) and the ugly (astonishingly well-written smut) of their relationship. Everywhere from the humor of being walked in on (by a perfectly characterized Bill and Nardole, no less) to the heartwrenching reality of the decisions they have to make.


[[folder:General Fics]]
''Stories focused on the family and the friendly relationships of the cast. Plot-focused stories or light day-in-the-life stories. Pretty much anything that isn't focused on romance.''

''[[ Peripheral Vision]]'' by [=LadyEliseB=] (crossover)
* Recommended by [=LadyElise=]
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': ''Torchwood''/''Doctor Who'' Crossover - Imagines that Donna isn't the only companion to have had her memory wiped.
* ''Comments'':

''[[ The End of the Universe]]'' by The Smiling Shadow
* Recommended by Extraintrovert
** Seconded by @/DigiFlame, that is, if you don't mind the half-human references.
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Delves into the mind of the Doctor as he watches, well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin the end of the universe]].
* ''Comments'': A guaranteed TearJerker.

''[[ People Used to Dream about the Future]]'' by calapine
* Recommended by @/{{theorc}}
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': The world has ended. This is a lie. Too bad no one told Rose, Jack, and the Doctor.
* ''Comments'': Not only one of the best pieces of fanfic I've read in this fandom, but possibly of all time. The plot, the UnreliableNarrator, and the ending... to say too much about it would be to spoil it, but it's a must-read. (The link is to the final part of the story, but links to all the other ones are on top as well.)

''[[ The Doctors' Mission Statement]]'' by nichelle.hp
* Recommended by @/SilentHunter, @/AnonymousMcCartneyfan
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
* ''Comments'': Very short, but very, very true.

''[[ Psycho Savior, qu'est-ce que c'est?]]'' by kalima
* Recommended by cg12345, @/MsShaw, @/{{Nightsky}}, @/{{LongLiveHumour}}, Tropers/CaptainColdCutCliche
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': The Ninth Doctor rescues a screwed-up suicidal girl, and rescues a living piece of architecture.
* ''Comments'': This story features a pretty [[DarkFic dark]] take on the Ninth Doctor, who was never exactly a sunshiney kind of guy to begin with. Fortunately the writer never forgets that the Doctor is, in fact, a [[BigDamnHeroes Big Damn Hero]] which keeps the story firmly on the side of pretty damn good. Great acidic dialogue between nine and the girl (Emily), as well.
** Seconded ten times over by Tropers/CaptainColdCutCliche. This fic needs to be read. The dialogue is wonderful, and Nine's characterization is just incredible.

''[[ Flowers on Fire]]'' by etherati
* Recommended by Loki, seacloudsky
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Author's summary: They burn, in the darkness and the light, circling round each other like binary stars just on the edge of nova. They both burn, but they do not burn the same. Theta, Koschei, and their successors.
* ''Comments'': Long one-shot, spanning from academy era to new ''Who'' series three finale. All I can say is really really good. Really.
** Seconded by seacloudsky. This fic is a nice study for those interested in the Master's and the Doctor's relationship, with a clear depiction of the author's interpretation of Gallifreyian society.

''[[ The Women]]'' by Nostalgia (Mentions of femslash, potentially upsetting, abortion)
* Recommended by Molly, @/AnonymousMcCartneyfan
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing(s)'': Martha/Lucy (but not the focus)
* ''Synopsis'': It is so sort that I can't really give any explanation without spoiling it.
* ''Comments'': It is a complete tearjerker and is so well written.
** @/AnonymousMcCartneyfan: Risking spoilage: Lucy Saxon is mentally unstable after "The Last of the Time Lords." Martha Jones tries to help.

''[[ After Life]]'' by Amy Wolf
* Recommended by @/DMint, @/AnonymousMcCartneyfan, @/{{Lullabee}}, @/DigiFlame, @/{{Nightsky}}
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Rationally speaking, you know youíre not dead. Also, there arenít eight other people in here, and you arenít trapped in Jean-Paul Sartreís vision of Hell. A JourneyToTheCenterOfTheMind during the early hours of his regeneration into the 10th Doctor, ''After Life'' is told from the perspective of the 9th Doctor. that looks into how the 9th Doctor blames himself and the 8th Doctor for the Time War, his previous eight selves' light treatment of the Daleks, and how the 9th Doctor tries to learn to forgive himself and the Eighth Doctor for destroying Gallifrey.
* ''Comments'': An awesome read. Written in Second Person POV... and it ''works''.
** @/DigiFlame: Each chapter presents something unique.

''[[ A Different World]]'' by Lady Clark-Weasley of Books (AU)
* Recommended by Ryan Lohner
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': In "Doomsday", it's the Doctor who gets trapped in the parallel world, leaving Rose alone. The TARDIS makes her into a Time Lord and she picks up the show's canon from there.
* ''Comments'': For most of season three this is a pretty rudimentary AU fic with Rose largely just cut-and-pasted into the Doctor's place. However, when the Master shows up the story suddenly clicks into high gear as we get a great and truly different take on the events of those episodes. It largely stays that way from then on.
** Quite contrived, a lot is unexplained, and the style feels a bit silly and forced.

''[[ From This Day To The Ending Of The World]]'', by Ice Blue Nothing
* Recommended by @/{{Nightsky}}
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': The TARDIS, with the freshly regenerated Ninth Doctor inside, crashes onto a planet at the end of the war. Nine tries to put his life back together.
* ''Comments'': What's that, you say? You want an Eight -> Nine regeneration story? That is ''completely awesome?'' Here you go, then.
** Seconded by @/MasterFerret - This is the best fic, by far, that I've read of Nine's regeneration. The Time War sequence is beautifully written, and the work as a whole seamlessly transitions from Classic to New.

''[[ Frozen Hearts]]'' by bibliophile1887
* Recommended by @/MakiP, Vorel_Laraek, @/{{Nightsky}}, seacloudsky
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Peri comes to terms with the Doctor's new incarnation while the Doctor tries to keep her from freezing to death.
* ''Comments'': It's quite lovely, a bit angsty, but very good; it really shows how much the Doctor cares about his companions, even after regenerating. I'm not sure if it is friendship or shipping, could be either.
** All of what the above says and more. Peri and the Doctor's relationship is portrayed beautifully, as is the Doctor's regeneration.

''[[ The Game]]'' by Vic Taylor
* Recommended by: Purple Bouncy Ball
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor and the Master play the Game, because by now, it is all they have left.
* ''Comments'': This is a short oneshot detailing the dynamic between the Doctor and the Master, narrated as if by someone telling a story. It is well worth the five minutes it will take you to read, and it is so far one of the only fics I've seen that can say so much in so few words. It is poetic, painful, saddening, pity-inspiring, and most of all, accurate.

''[[ Children of Galifrey]]'' by Hand of Omega
* Recommended by A Random Whovian
* ''Status'': Dormant
* ''Synopsis'': A series of drabbles featuring the Master and the Doctor as children. Can be considered slashy, but it's mostly friendship. Filled with Classic Who references and a lot of different genres.
* ''Comments'': An amazing piece of work, honestly. Great for fans of New Who and Classic Who alike.

''[[ Five Times Lord Braxiatel Had Occasion to Regret The Doctorís Exile Very Deeply Indeed]]'' by x_los
* Recommended by [=CookiesAreNice=]
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Humour - follows an ExpandedUniverse character's increasingly irritating encounters with the Doctor
* ''Comments'': You don't need to follow the EU to find this absolutely hilarious - the lovesick Master, the Doctor completely blind to the chaos he causes, the one scene only visits by companions, and possibly the best humorous characterization. Just read the thing.

''[[ Alone]]'' by Melora maxwell
* Recomended by dalekandrew, beeruckzII
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Enter the mind of the last Dalek.
* ''Comments'': An excellent novelization of the episode ''Dalek'', as seen through the eyes of the titular OmnicidalManiac WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds. [[TearJerker It WILL pull your heartstrings.]]
** I think this story is brilliant! Even though it's told through the first person POV of a Dalek, which may seem strange, the way the author handled the emotions, the perspective and the actual interpretation of the episode and the Dalek's "feelings" was superb! Definitely check it out if you're a fan of the Daleks.

''[[ Operation Awesome]]'' by [[ AND]]
* Recommended by @/LadyOfProcrastination, beeruckzII
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': A different sort of ''Journey's End'' FixFic. [[spoiler: Does Donna really need to remember her travels with the Doctor to unlock the confidence and strength she found on her travels with him? Doesn't that suggest that there's something wrong with living on Earth? Sarah Jane and Torchwood gang up to save Donna - one way or another.]]
* ''Comments'': The title says it all, really. Best ''Journey's End'' FixFic I've read.
** Beautiful story. It ties up everything so nicely, keeps everyone in character and makes me feel just a ''little bit'' better about what happened to Donna. A must read for Donna fans and for those suffering emotionally from the ending of ''Journey's End.''

''[[ Turn Your Back]]'' by Singe
* Recommended by:psyzygy51
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Ten short stories showing the different Doctors' reactions to nudity. MUCH better than it sounds.
* ''Comments'': Gen with hinted Ian/Barbara, Liz/Brigadier, Sarah Jane/Four, Ace/Seven, Martha/Ten. Maybe. if you squint. Humor/fluff. You'll probably find at least one CMOF or CMOH.

''[[ They Say]]'' by Lyricwritesprose
* Recommended by cg12345, seconded by Coral542383, thirded by Joysweeper
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': ''The oppressed rely on whispers.'' An outsider's POV on why this InsignificantLittleBluePlanet just ''cannot'' be invaded.
* ''Comments'': ''"The planet isn't some sort of trap, or hellworld, or property of something unimaginable. It's just -- protected."'' Short and brilliant. I love how the Doctor's influence has turned Earth into both NightmareFuel for invaders, and a beacon of hope for those in need.

''[[ Sexy Dresses]]'' by Lyricwritesprose
* Recommended by: cg12345
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': ''There is a reason why the Doctor has never had all that much luck repairing the chameleon circuit.'' TARDIS POV on why she sticks with the police box shape.
* ''Comments'': ''Perhaps she needs words. Reassuring words. Something to mark her as a friend, something that tells the primitives that she's useful and helpful and not going to hurt them. A sign, a marking-- She brushes by a booth on the corner of a street, and the possibilities explode.'' If you liked "The Doctor's Wife" even slightly, '''you will fall in love.'''

''[[ ROPE]]'' by kalima
* Recommended by: cg12345, @/LongLiveHumour
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': ''Tegan misplaces her key. She did not have a good time losing it. The Doctor sets out to retrieve it, and, in the process, changes a young man's perception of himself, and his place in the world.''
* ''Comments'': Wow. Kudos to the author for making '''[[ FIVE]]''' freaking terrifying without him seeming out of character. Seriously. He never raises his voice, he's never anything less than exquisitely polite, but the whole time there's just pure, PapaWolf, Oncoming Storm fury lurking underneath. BewareTheNiceOnes, indeed.
** [=LongLiveHumour=]: Dark and very well handled. Excellent writing style, too.

''[[ The Forgotten]]'' by AKs-on-show
* Recommended by praguespring
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': A young Australian woman named Sophie is forced to rely on someone for the first time in her life when the people around her start vanishing, and her universe literally begins to collapse. Her only hope is a man that calls himself the Doctor.
* ''Comments'': The first in what looks like it'll be a rather long series. Featuring a new Doctor and a new companion, this story spends a lot of time introducing them. Interesting characters, even if the prose is a little boring. Give it a look! You might even enjoy it.
** You'll find a lot more of it [[ here]], although the series seems dead now, and right at the moment everything was coming to a resolution. Sigh.

''[[ Invisible Road]]'' by Lyricwritesprose
* Recommended by Joysweeper, cg12345
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': It. Is. '''Defended'''. Companion piece to "They Say", but it can stand alone.
* ''Comments'': It's not who you'd think it is [[spoiler: it's Ace]] and it's ''awesome''.
** cg12345: No kidding. ''And'' the Baseball Bat of Awesome makes a welcome reappearance!

''[[ More Than an Echo]]'' by [[ samfeasor]]
* Recommended by Tropers/RainKrystal
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': The continuing adventures of the Doctor's daughter. A creature of first experiences, she is growing and learning exponentially, traveling the universe in the year 6012 (New Byzantine Calendar) and trying to lead the kind of life that would make her father proud: an exemplary one.
* ''Comments'':

''[[ The Effect of Dimensional Transcendence on Mozzarella Cheese]]'' by Creator/DianeDuane
* Recommended by: cg12345
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Five and Nyssa make pizza. [[HeroicSacrifice Heroic yeast]] is involved. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking And there's a recipie at the end!]]
* ''Comments'': I simply cannot stress how much better than it sounds this fic is. ''You need to read this.''

''[[ It Will Come For Your Children]]''
* Rec'd by @/LadyOfProcrastination
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': A combined effort collection of drabbles and ficlets to see how many ways the Doctor can scrounge for new companions from the progeny of the old.
* ''Comments'': Also check out ''[[ Folie à Trois]]'', a continuation of ''Success'', which isn't listed.

''[[ The Moment Has Been Prepared For]]'' by Lurky [=McLurklurk=] (character death)
* Recommended by @/{{alliterator}}, GiantEye
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Donna's granddaughter watches as she dies.
* ''Comments'': A brilliant piece of FixFic that's great for those suffering after the ending of "Journey's End" (major spoilers for JE, however).

''[[ Practical Mythology]]'' by lyricwritesprose (again)
* Recommended by DWMP, @/LongLiveHumour
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': In which Jack Harkness is disabused of two false notions: that he is a coward, and that Time Lords never existed outside of myth.
* ''Comments:'' There is a reason why lyricwritesprose's name keeps showing up on this page. This is one of their longer works and they think it isn't the best "Jack's-first-days-on-the-TARDIS" fic out there but I'm pretty sure it is. Warning for some graphically described BodyHorror in the last chapter.
** This is among the best fanfics I have ever read. It's about Jack, but there's also some good stuff about the Doctor's PTSD, and the adventure part of it is creative and believable.

''[[ Past Due]]'' by Cryptile
* Recommended by @/LongLiveHumour
* ''Status'': Dead
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor gets in over his head searching for a dangerous relic from the Time War, meaning that Jack and Rose will have to bail him out. Too bad he's packed them off on a holiday.
* ''Comments'': Easily one of the best fanfics I've ever read. The plot draws you in, a net of beautiful writing threaded with humour. Cryptile writes a bloody good Nine. Sadly unfinished at twenty chapters and likely to remain so, but I still recommend it: for some reason it gives a lot more closure than most deadfics.

''[[ A Kinder Cartography]]'' by Noldo
* Recommended by @/LongLiveHumour
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': A map of the world in names; the Doctor and his companions.
* ''Comments'': Something different. Noldo writes word-games and format-games and mind-games, and they twist together so hard they make your chest ache. A character study of sorts.

''[[ Alien Abduction]]'' by [[ JJPOR]]
* Recommended by genisgone
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': [=UFOs=]! Men in Black! Psychedelic Hippies! Tentacle-Beasts from Dimension X! New Mexico, 1968: Evil lurks beneath the Diablo Mesa as the Doctor and Romana take on the might of the Military-Industrial Complex; the Military-Industrial Complex probably ought to be very scared.
* ''Comments'': An excellent adventure that feels like you're watching it on television instead of reading it. JJPOR combines Douglas Adams-esque narrative wit with sharp dialogue and a host of intriguing and amusing side characters, including a woman who develops quite the adorable crush on Romana. Romana in particular shines in this piece, and plays an active role, equal to the Doctor's. ''Alien Abduction'' reminds this troper of the best of the Doctor Who novel writers. This is truly professional quality writing and the incorrigible Fourth Doctor at his best.
** Seconded by Veanne, who thinks this fic is hilarious. You'll laugh your pancreas out.

''[[ You Better Watch Out]]'' by Suzanne
* Recommended by: genisgone
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis:'' The Doctor and Charley help out a friend on a very important night.
* ''Comments:'' Sweet and sugary. A lovely little fic with a cameo from a New Series companion who still believes in Santa. Charley and the Doctor are spot on and the author really captures the mood without it becoming ''too'' sweet.

''[[ The New Three Doctors]]'' by Jason.
* Recommended by Ocean Homer
* ''Status'': Dormant
* ''Synopsis'': Amy and Rory are gone, causing the Doctor to finally snap. In a fit of rage between him and his wife, he crashes the TARDIS on earth, causing something to happen that hasn't happened in a while.

''[[ Le Donne Che Piangono (The Weeping Women)]]'' by Aralias
* Recommended by: genisgone
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Gallifrey is silencing its women.
* ''Coments'': A haunting look at Gallifrey during the war, that weaves together Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse canon with ''The End of Time'' and offers a (tragic) explanation as to why Romana wasn't present then.

''[[ A Discourse on the Medical Risks of Regeneration]]'' by Pencil Guardian
* Recommended by: genisgone
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': On Gallifrey, the newly-minted Third Doctor gets a checkup.
* ''Comments'': Despite the fairly simple sounding blurb, this is a thoughtful and at times quite funny fic with an ending that's not quite tragic. Not really a spoiler for ''The War Games'', as everyone already knows what happens at the end.

''[[ , said the nightmare]]'' by guardingdark
* Recommended by: genisgone
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': The story goes that before there was anything, there were the Outer Gods. This is not that story.
* ''Comments'': Absolutely the ''Doctor Who'' for you if you like very, very inhuman Time Lords, the Expanded Universe, daemons, and aliens who don't follow human gender binaries. It's on the short side, but the depth of story it alludes to without actually delving into, is huge, and fantastic.

''[[ Holding the Moment]]'' by Hokuto
* Recommended by: @/SixthSaint
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': The Time War is wrapping up and the Doctor's got a job to do.
* ''Comments'': A particularly heartbreaking fic, particularly the bit with Susan at the end, which had this troper brought to near tears.

''[[ Lies Told To Children]]'' another excellent fic by [[ Lyricwritesprose]]
* Recommended by: genisgone
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor explains why he travels with humans, or possibly just spins a tale.
* ''Comments'': A really beautiful fanfic that encapsulates ''why'' the Doctor does what he does, and the character change that made him the Doctor to begin with.

''[[ Strategy of the Daleks]]''
* Recommended by MrThorfan64.
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': A sequel to Victory of the Daleks, showing the Daleks re-establishing himself and with the Dalek Strategist as the main character.
* ''Comments'': A fanfic like The Dalek Chronicles, showing the cunning of the Daleks, and with a clever ending.

''[[ Time v.3.0]]'' by Teyke
* Recommended by Maxwell_Edison, ToBu
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': It has been suggested that after his eighth regeneration, the Doctor begins lying about his age. The official explanation is that he has simply lost track. This is a third possible explanation for the discrepancy between his ages in the new and old series.
* ''Comments'': This story will make you feel very, very small. It's a brutal, mind-bending, cosmic-scale take on the Time War, complete with some of the most terrifying uses of the timey-wimey ball anyone's ever come up with--all in less than ten thousand words. Teyke's Doctor is alive on the page, walking that same line between "almost human" and "really, really ''not''" that he does on the show. Also, the ending. You will never forget the ending.
** This story manages to convey the insane tactics, horror, and impossible scale of a war across realities.

[[ Wings in the Night]] by Settiai ([[]])
* Recommended by: Zelda12343
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor (Fourth) and Sarah Jane land on an unknown planet as a result of a distress beacon making the TARDIS' systems go haywire. Things only go downhill from there.
* ''Pairing(s)'': POSSIBLY light Four/Sarah, if you turn your head, squint, and read into things. Aside from one line from one character, though, even that's stretching it.
* ''Comments'': I can't say enough good about this fic. It's of medium length, and will probably take only about an hour to get through, but it'll be an hour well spent! Four and Sarah Jane are almost perfectly in-character, the pacing is perfect, the OCs are amusing and believable, and the ending of each chapter is a mild cliffhanger. In other words, this is an episode from the show that was never made. Not to mention the fact that the friendship moments between Four and Sarah are adorable.

[[ That Poor Footman]] by ''MYOTPisCanon''
* Recommended by ''FaxModem1''
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': "That poor footman. Roger's dead, he can't even mourn him. 1926, it's more like the Dark Ages."
* ''Comments'': A short fanfic inspired by one line, showing Roger's perspective during ''Recap/TheUnicornAndTheWasp'', showing his perspective on Davenport's death, which feels like a small missing scene due to how quickly it is dropped after Davenport is killed.

[[ The Powers of Two]] by ''aragonite''
* Recommended by ''Inspibrain101''
* ''Status'': Dormant
* ''Synopsis'': A set of connected one-shots, celebratory of the 2nd Doctor (though they do not exclusively feature him). "He was erased from his own memories, and what little he does remember is confusing and contrary. And yet he shaped them all into the versions of himself that survive to this day. A closer look at The Second Doctor, and how very vital he was and will be to them all...even if they can't remember him."
* ''Comments'': The fic is very obviously celebratory of the 2nd Doctor, and finds very interesting ways of showing how he left his mark on all his future incarnations without stretching canon too much. The reason I absolutely adore this fic, though, is what it does to canon without technically breaching it; before reading this, I completely dismissed a lot of ideas in the Expanded Whoniverse, such the Looms and the history of Gallifrey, Rassilon, Omega, and particularly the Other. This fic looked at it all in a completely new way and I lapped it up! This author properly paces backstory and foreshadowing, enough to whet the reader's appetite, and does an excellent job of giving characters introspective/tender moments without going OOC.

[[ Reality]] by "LovelyAmberLight"
* Recommended by "Blueu22"
* ''Status'': Ongoing
* ''Author's Synopsis'': A more realistic story of a whovian getting stuck in the "Doctor Who" universe. This isn't the typical "Yay, I met the Doctor" story. If you suddenly found out the Doctor was real, wouldn't you be a little scared? That would mean all the monsters were real too! WARNING: Trying the first quick chapter, may result in who-fic addiction. (Not responsible for binge reading) :)
* ''Comments'': This fic truly is a binge read. I'm absolutely in love with it! The protagonist, Lilly, is a very human and realistic character. She is an 18-year-old college student who absolutely loves Doctor Who, especially number 9, but when she mysteriously finds herself in the whoverse her life becomes something of a nightmare. With The Doctor not believing she's from a universe where his life is a children's show, being diagnosed as "time sensitive", and caught in a 5 billion year paradox Lilly needs to learn how to navigate through life with The Doctor without accidentally destroying the multi-verse.
** Seconded strongly by this troper. LovelyAmberLight writes a very good Nine, brooding, dark, and occasionally goofy, with definite fatherly tendencies towards Lilly. Jackie Tyler, of all characters, is given a wonderful introduction and the character development she always deserved. Also, the main character, Lilly, is the best OC I've ever seen, in any fic. She is very real, terrified by the new universe she's in, but still incredibly brave. The plot is complex, twisting, and full of paradoxes - be sure to pay attention! All in all, an excellent fic.

''[[ Variation on a Theme]]'' by Singe
* Recommended by: Veanne
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor demonstrates to Jo how he can, actually, be in three places at once. A multi-Doctor fic in which Jo meets and befriends her best friend anew. And then again. Honey for a whovian's soul, explores the whole "the Doctor changes but remains fundamentally the same" idea, giving us some delightfully weird Four in the process.

''[[ Holiday Jobs]]'' by johne/John Amend All
* Recommended by: @/DaibhidC
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Zoë Herriot, back in the late 21st century and mindwiped of her time travelling with the Doctor, receives an unusual job offer, which leads to even more unusual work. Essentially, futuristic whodunnits, sometimes with Whoniverse monsters, even giving Zoë a Watson in the form of OC Lily Carson.

''[[ The Devil's Harvest]]'' by vvj5
* Recommended by: Veanne
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Clara ([[AlternateSelf one of them]]) meets a ''very'' strange man in the woods. And aliens. Lots of wonderful snark between 1936!Clara and himself - the two really come across as both true-to-canon standoffish ''and'' likeable, not to mention funny. Which is a good thing, because those aliens are definitely [[NightmareFuel not nice]]. [[spoiler: Run, you clever boy. And remember...]]

''[[ Unreliable Narratives]]'' by Lyricwrites
* Recommended by: @/{{LongLiveHumour}}
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': The question isn't whether Turlough is lying. The question is who he's lying to.
* ''Comments'': Gorgeous writing and an enlightening post-Enlightenment (ha) trip through the mind of that twisty bastard, Turlough. Short as it is, it's a fantastic portrait of both Turlough and the Fifth Doctor, and of the kind of people they are.

''[[ Scission]]'' by Vampiyaa
* Recommended by: Time Lord Victorious
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairings'': Nine/Rose, mild Six/Rose
* ''Synopsis'': Since the incident with Pete, the Doctor has been acting strangely, but before Rose can do anything a man in a ridiculous outfit appears in the TARDIS, who happens to be a past version of the Doctor. He's rude, he's annoying... and he seems to be flirting with her. Can they save the universe while the past Doctor stirs up drama?
* ''Comments'': If you are a fan of the Ninth Doctor, Rose, and making fun of the Sixth Doctor's coat, you will love this.

''[[ The Day(ish) Night(ish) Time(ish) of the Five(ish) Doctors Reboot]]'' by dbskyler
* Recommended by: Time Lord Victorious
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Steven Moffat wants to do another multi-Doctor special. Will Peter, Colin, and Sylvester get any voicemail messages this time? Read on, because this fic is not about some flash-in-the-pan 500-million-dollar picture! This is important!
* ''Comments'': If you enjoyed "The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot", chances are that you'll enjoy this too.

''[[ The Twelfth Day (Christmas Special)'']] by Christopher Thomson
* Recommended by: Yarrik
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': The Twelfth Doctor has just begun to read the Night Before Christmas when he receives a mystery gift, that transports him to a mountain and soon discovers that he is not the only one to receive a gift.
* ''Comments'': A Multi-Doctor audio play, with spot on performances from the voice actors. Worth a listen and has a fair number of chuckles too.

[[ Mrs. Pond and the Doctor]] by Memory Dragon

* ''Recommended by'': Veanne
* ''Status'': Complete (three stories)
* ''Synopsis'': Amelia Pond ([[MaidenNameDebate Williams!]]) steps off the TARDIS, still in her wedding dress, to find that instead of in the OrientExpress InSpace, she got dumped into a Sea Devil dungeon. In TheSeventies (or possibly TheEighties). At least there is the Doctor there, if [[TheNthDoctor not exactly the one she'd be expecting]], so he can help her pass the time. Also chocolate, AliensAndMonsters, the always smooth-talking Master and all these GoodLookingPrivates of [=UNIT=] prove to be a helpful distraction. If only she didn't miss Rory so much...
* ''Comments'': A fun, upbeat series of stories. Their particular strength lies in [[LemonyNarrator Amy's point-of-view]] regarding fashion, attitudes and how cute the Master is.

[[ And Then There Was One]] by Space Time Conundrum
* ''Recommended by'': Veanne
* ''Status'': Complete (part one of an upcoming series)
* ''Synopsis'': An AU in which the Great Time War occurred earlier in the timestream - specifically, the Doctor who fought it and ended it was [[BewareTheNiceOnes Five]]. [[spoiler: Except the Master put him under the Chameleon Arch and took his place, sending Five to Earth as a mild-mannered former combat medic.]] Now the BrokenBird Time Lord has made a life for himself in a small Canadian town, but [[AliensInCardiff there are things in the woods]]...
* ''Comments'': Good psychology. Starts out slow, but gets quite intense - if you like DaylightHorror and wistfulness, give it a read.


[[folder:Crossover Fics]]
''[[ The Power of a Name Dr Who-Multi-Crossover Series ]] [[ Spacebattles link]]
by [[ sbbigsteve]] now with a [[ Trope Page]]
* Recommended by Teknofan
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': A fiction where a normal person is thrown into the wider Multiverse and regenerated into a Time Lord. Adopting the name of the Doctor, the new Time Lord travels through the six dimensions of space-time in his TARDIS trying to discover what caused his transformation... forgetting that there is Power in a Name.
* ''Comments'': A 4-part series that while it is a Gary-Stu SI it is well written, well executed, and just...well everything. It uses the Dr.Who series as a base and then blends in other series perfectly : Star Wars(Old republic Era), Star Trek, The Dresden files, Legend of Korra, VideoGame/MechWarrior, Mass Effect, and plenty of other shout outs as well. The main character(Known as the SI doctor by WOG) is both likeable and relatable. This series needs more attention than it is currently getting. See for yourself.
** By far one of the best fan fictions I have ever read. And I don´t believe that it is that much of a Gary-Stu. (At least not more than the real Doctor himself) While a SI, the story is very well thought out and some has ideas that i have never seen in a FanFic bevor. It has absolutely hilarious moments (Like the reaction of people who knew Doctor Who as a TV-Show before and don't let me start with the Power Rangers.) and very heart wrenchingly sad scenes. And often it really feels like Doctor Who. I still have no idea why it is so unknown. So go and give it a read!

''[[ The Way of Things]]'' by jlrpuck
* Recommended by @/KathrynShadow
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Crossover with Series/{{Blackpool}}. Boiled down to its most basic form, ''The Way of Things'' is an extremely extensive series centering around the relationship between [[Series/{{Blackpool}} DI Carlisle]] and Rose Tyler.
* ''Comments'': The premise makes perfect sense, the relationship is surprisingly realistic, the [=OCs=] are fantastic... Just a warning, though-- it's highly addictive (as in falling-asleep-on-your-laptop-at-three-in-the-morning-because-you-can't-stop-reading addictive).

''[[ Ten Times The Doctor Met Sailor Pluto]]''
* Recommended by @/{{SAMAS}}
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing:'' None, unless you count friendship
* ''Synopsis'': ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. The Doctor crosses paths with [[Franchise/SailorMoon Sailor Pluto]] ten times in their lives. Understandably, it's a little out of order.
* ''Comments'': The order given is from Pluto's POV. The order named is from The Doctor's. Try reading it both ways.
** Seconded by @/CrustimoneyProseedcake. Intricate, short, and very clever.
** This story, at least in my mind, has established the Doctor[=/=]Sailor Pluto OTP.
** The best part may be how it accidentally predicted [[spoiler: Doctor 8.5.]]

''[[ Patchwork]] / [[ Splintering]]''
* ''Crossover with'' : Quantum Leap
* Recommended by @/{{punksweets}}
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'':[[Series/QuantumLeap Dr. Sam Beckett]] has been leaping about in time for years; but this time things are different when he crosses paths with another time traveler called The Doctor.
* ''Comment's'': Well written and the author seems to get all the characters' personalities and quirks down very well.

''[[ Doctor Who/Slenderman Crossover]]'' by Anonymous
* Recommended by @/DontKillBugs
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor fights the [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slenderman]] after Amy catches his attention.
* ''Comments'': Worth a read just for the sheer novelty of the idea, and for Amy and the Doctor's [[NightmareFuel descriptions]] of Slendy. The story was written quickly in a 4chan thread (which has since been archived), so there are a few spelling errors, plus the occasional injection by another poster.

''Fanfic/TimeLordsAndTerror'' by Hephesus
* Recommended by Tropers/{{whome1}} Tropers/{{Revelo}}
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': ''Doctor Who'' / ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' crossover (WAIT! SIT DOWN, I'm going somewhere with this). Equestria experiences a series of strange events, culminating with an eccentric brown stallion literally falling out of the sky in a smoldering blue box. In her bid to get answers, Twilight embroils herself and her friends in an ancient war between two powerful races, one that may well destroy the multiverse with the aid of a [[EldritchAbomination Horror from Beyond]].
** Here's a hint: The two races are NOT the Time Lords and the Daleks, you've likely never heard of one of these races, even you Whovians out there. Yes, that was a challenge.
** While the Identity of the races isn't a secret [[spoiler:(the Hervoken are named in the first sentence, a clear description of Carrionites follows later in the chapter)]], not only is it a treat for those who've seen [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E2TheShakespeareCode "The Shakespeare Code"]] and read the [[Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse New Series Adventure]] ''[[ Forever Autumn]]'', but also an amazing [[spoiler:Re-imagining of the [[Franchise/MyLittlePony MLP Movie villains Hydia, Draggle, and Reeka]] as Carrionites]].
* ''Comments'': A more ambitious read than others as it is written as a [[WordOfGod Doctor Who episode first, and a crossover second]]. Very solid writing and spot-on characterizations can be found in this cool fic. If you give it a chance and get past the [[CrackFic head scratching]] nature of the premise and this fic becomes a tightly written joy to read. The Doctor's characterization as 'Ten-but-a-pony' creates some very interesting (read: hi-freaking-larious) interactions with the MLP main cast and also makes for some truly awesome moments, his lines are best read in a David Tennant voice. The characterizations of the ponies is spot on, beyond my ability to convey in words actually, so it is better read than told. GO. READ.
** Seconded here, the quality of the writing and characterisation speaks for itself, but it also gets points for the way it makes things DarkerAndEdgier while more optimistic and cheerful at the same time. The way it expands on the Friendship is Magic universe and the sheer depth it goes into things is amazing.

''[[ Back to the Doctor]]'' by Doctor [=McFly=] (crossover with Franchise/BackToTheFuture)
* Recommended by lanky
* ''Status'': Dormant
* ''Synopsis'': Following the events of the Franchise/BackToTheFuture trilogy, Marty [=McFly=] thinks that he can finally settle down and get on with his life. Too bad there are creatures in the universe with an interest in time travelers and the energy they emit. On the bright side, sometimes all you need is a good Doctor to step in and save the day.
* ''Comments'': Essentially a vehicle to explore the idea of Marty [=McFly=] as the Tenth Doctor's companion. What is really fascinating about the whole thing is that Doctor [=McFly=] manages to capture the 'voice' of both Marty and the Doctor extraordinarily well, combining the two and generating genuine character interactions which work. With the stories organized into episodes (beginning with [[ Frozen In Time]], it makes for a nice, quick read. The author currently plans to write twelve 'episodes' consisting of four or five chapters apiece (and they're into the fourth 'episode' already). Worth a look.

''[[ Journey's Dawn]]'' by A Mere Trifle
* Recommended by Tropers/EvilMidnightLurker
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Post-"Journey's End". Donna's looking for something, and she doesn't have the slightest idea what it is. She's in the worst rut she can remember, and for her to escape-- well, it would take magic...
* ''Comments'': A crossover with Creator/DianeDuane's ''Literature/YoungWizards'', and absolutely terrifying in its spot-on examination of what, in the Wizardsverse, is wrong with the Tenth Doctor... [[spoiler:and what "The Lonely God" ''really'' means.]]

''[[ The Doctor's Faith Healing]]'', ''[[ The Angel Has the Phone Box]]'' and ''[[ The Doctors and the Keys]]'' by [=DWDuck=]
* Recommended by Tropers/HG131, Tropers/SchizoTechnician
* ''Status'': Complete/Complete/Dormant
* ''Synopsis'': The second and third fic here are sequels to the first one. All of them are ''Doctor Who''/''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' crossovers, with the second one also crossing over with Series/{{Angel}} (A Hole In The World, to be exact). There is some romance in them ([[spoiler:10/Faith, Spike/Buffy]]) but that is not the main focus of the stories.
* ''Comments'': These two fics are amazingly well written, all of the dialog is in character and it, in my opinion, meshes the Whoniverse and the Buffyverse quite well. The third one is currently in progress, though, and the writer's music selections in the second one leave something to be desired.

''[[ The Man With No Name]]'' (also found [[ here]]) by Frostfyre7 (crossover)
* Has its own [[FanFic/TheManWithNoName Trope Page.]]
* Recommended by TEN, @/{{Kraken17}}, @/SadisticApathy, Raz_Fox, @/UncloudedTJ, Mariecat, @/{{Squall}}, @/KathrynShadow, Trimeta, @/{{randomfanboy}}, @/{{Nightsky}}, @/{{Revelo}}, Zankaru Zelladonii, @/SchizoTechnician, @/{{jerenda}}, @/{{Karasu91}}, @/StClair, @/{{KingPenguin23}}, Agronac919
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor is moping after the events of "Runaway Bride," and his TARDIS decides to snap him out of his funk by dropping him in Alliance Territory. He gets rescued from a bar brawl which was caused by the color of his coat, and off he goes with our favorite crew.
* ''Comments'': ''{{Series/Firefly}}'' crossover. No, don't run away yet, I swear it's good!
** @/{{Kraken17}}: Read it. IT'S GOOD!
** @/SadisticApathy: Any one of the half-dozen scenes between the Doctor and River is worth it.
** Brilliant. Every single person is exactly in character. One of the best fanfictions I've ever read.
** Raz_Fox: Sweet Gallifrey, this Fic is the best I've ever read. The author has a ''perfect'' grasp on the Tenth Doctor's personality!
** @/UncloudedTJ: Has perfect characterization and an awesome villain that doesn't seem to be forced at all. Definitely worth the read if you're a fan of either series.
** Mariecat: Sixthed! Loved every word and everything makes perfect sense in either series.
** @/{{Squall}}: To quote the Ninth Doctor: fantastic. And I'd give a lot to see a sequel, preferably where River travels with the Doctor for a year in the comparative space of ten to fifteen seconds.
** @/KathrynShadow: Eighthed. Definitely. It... I... There are no words. It is amazing in every possible way. Seriously. Go read it. NOW.
** Trimeta: Ninthed. Seriously, a must for any fan of both series. Even if you're not normally into fanfic, read this. (Though I suppose if you're not normally into fanfic, why are you on the fanfic recommendation page? No matter, stop reading what I'm typing and go read this story.)
** @/{{randomfanboy}}: Tenthed! Characterization is spot on! Writing is good! Worst I can say is that it feels a bit weird when things get too Doctor Who-ish (i.e. when the very Who-ish villain shows up) but it's many good aspects outweigh that one bad one.
** @/{{Scionofgrace}}: Eleventhed! This is one high-quality fic. It does justice to both universes, and the climax is chilling.
** @/{{Revelo}}: Twelved! This is one of the best crossovers I've read, both universes are integrated seamlessly, everyone is right in character and with a villain that doesn't feel out of place. Why are you still reading this page, go read the story!
** Zankaru Zelladonii: Bloody fantastic read!
** @/{{Sakan4k}} If you like both Series/{{Firefly}} and Series/DoctorWho, you'd be a fool not to read this. Never have I heard a character's voice in my head so clearly as I have reading this. Everything is spot on.
** Jerenda I've never seen Firefly, but I may just have to after reading this. Ten's personality is so perfect, it makes me want to hug him and cry all at the same time! <3 This is why I have not given up on fanfic writers yet, because every so often they come up with something as gorgeous as this beauty.
** [=TurnTable=] also agrees. Never before in a fanfiction had she seen such strong characterization and voice - for '''every''' single character, no less.
** @/{{Karasu91}} [[SerialEscalation seventeenthed.]] The writing and the characterisation are nothing short of sublime. The author makes the Tenth Doctor so flawlessly fit inside the Firefly Verse, with believable interactions between the characters that respect their personalities so well that you cannot help to add this to your personal canon. Every single character is well rendered, with dialogue that seems to come right out of the original shows, and the plot is good and intriguing enough to leave you dying to see it on screen, closing your eyes to see the scenes in your mind's eye and hear the Doctor's Theme played on an Old West guitar. A must read for every Series/{{Firefly}} and Series/DoctorWho fan!!
** mestizaa: Eighteenthed. This troper is usually quite dubious about crossover fics, but this one made it work. Like really, really, really well. It stays true to both fandoms, and even if you're not familiar with Firefly, it's worth the read.
** [=LondonPurple=]: this is getting a bit ridiculous, but nineteenthed. Brilliant character portrayal, tight story writing, great mythology integration. An excellent story, worth reading alone for the spot-on depiction of the Tenth Doctor.
** @/StClair: Guess that makes me a nice round twenty. It's kind of scary how well the Doctor meshes with the crew of ''Serenity'', Mal and River especially (and it's very sweet watching him with Kaylee too), and everyone just crackles.
** Magyareagle: And number 21 goes to me. I've watched one Doctor Who episode in my entire life, but am a huge fan of firefly, and this captures the cast perfectly.
** theSnazz: Twentyseconded! Brilliant! What can be said about this fic that hasn't already been said? JUST READ IT ALREADY.
** @/{{KingPenguin23}}: Twenty-thirded. This is the fanfic that convinced me to give fanfic a chance. I couldn't possibly recommend this more strongly for a fan of either series.
** Agronac919: Twentyfourthed. Everyone one is perfectly in character and it's Doctor Who meets Firefly. What's not to love?

''[[ The Other or: Scenes From a Failed Session]]'' by Azremodehar
* Recommended by @/SpireEater
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': ''Series/DoctorWho''/''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}''. 'Rassilon knew it was coming'. Imagines a possible session played by the Deca during their youth on Gallifrey.
* ''Comments'': The slightly detached narration is chilling, hitting a tone far bleaker than either Homestuck or Doctor Who normally go for.

''[[ Just Impediment]]'' by Doyle
* Recommended by @/{{Nightsky}}, cg12345
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': How the Tenth Doctor became Queen Elizabeth I's enemy. Crossover with ''Series/{{Blackadder}} II'', and perfect in either universe.
* ''Comments'': Now that the author's been shown to be either 1) eerily prescient, or 2) Creator/RussellTDavies in a cunning disguise, I like to think that the incident alleged in "The End of Time Part 1" happened ''exactly this way.''
** cg12345: Holy ''crap'', that was good! I would drive a dumptruck full of cash up to RTD's front door to see this on television! Sublimely funny.

''[[ More Trouble than it's Worth]]'' by Settiai
* Recommended by Trimeta
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Captain Jack books passage aboard ''[[{{Series/Firefly}} Serenity]]'', but the crew had no idea what they were agreeing to...
* ''Comments'': Very brief one-shot with excellent character interaction between Jack Harkness and the Firefly cast.

''Fanfic/AHero'' by [=Bioweapon 155=] (@/{{dalekandrews}})
* Recommended by Tropers/{{Comartemis}}, Tropers/ABadDriver
* ''Status'': Dormant
* Crossing Over With: ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica''
* ''Synopsis:'' Heroes can come from the most unlikely of places. And what is more unlikely than a Dalek trying to resurrect his dead race?
* ''Coments'': Dalek Sec [[UnexplainedRecovery inexplicably survives his death]] in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E4DaleksInManhattan "Daleks in Manhattan"]] (somehow negating the whole HalfHumanHybrid thing along the way), and ends up tracking Homura's shield through Mitakihara.
** Comartemis: There is nothing in the world that is quite as sweet as a Dalek talking morals with an Incubator, declaring their methods to be repulsive, and ''[[EvenEvilHasStandards meaning it]]'' without a trace of irony. If you despise the Incubators and would love to see QB's OmniscientMoralityLicense shoved back down his throat, I guarantee you that Sec is going to be your new best friend.
** It is a shame that this has only 5 chapters. The fic is beautifully done, with storylines that are very interesting, (what the Doctor would do to the QB would be awesome to see) and the bloody Dalek Inquisitor General wiping so many daleks.....''the chills!''

''[[ Mixed Spirits]]'' by incandescens
* ''Crossover with'': ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''
* '' Status:'' Probably a Dead Fic, unfortunately.
* ''Recommended by'' Tropers/{{Sheliak}}
* ''Status'': Dead
* ''Synopsis'': The Fifth Doctor, accompanied by Adric, Nyssa, and Tegan, lands the TARDIS in Karakura Town... right at the same time as Aizen is testing a new invention. The failure of this invention, complicated by the presense of the TARDIS, results in the Doctor's mind landing in the body of Ichimaru Gin... and vice versa. Complications ensue as the Doctor tries to get back to his friends, Gin tries to manipulate things to his advantage, and Nyssa and Tegan explore Karakura.
* ''Comments'': Despite being unfinished and likely to stay that way, this is a nice crossover story which doesn't take itself too seriously. Funny, with affection for both canons. It ends before the plot can really get underway, but the character interactions are inspired.

''[[ Damage Control]]'' by [=BookkeeperThe=]
* ''Crossover with'': ''Series/{{Torchwood}}''
* '' Status:'' Completed, with one completed sequel and a third on the way.
* ''Recommended by'' Tropers/IridescentIndividual
* ''Synopsis'': The Tenth Doctor shows up at the Torchwood Hub after a nasty experience in a testing facility. As it is, this one is only the latest in a long line, and Jack and his team (and Martha) are left to deal with the fallout as the Doctor finally hits his breaking point. Sequel is ''[[ Inertia]]''. Set after "Voyage of the Damned" for ''Doctor Who'' and "Sleeper" for ''Torchwood''.
* ''Comments'': Pretty genuinely heartbreaking, and incredibly well-written. Not too much plot (although Inertia has an excellent one), but so totally worth reading. The author is an amazing writer.
** @/TheMeddler: Seconded. And the threequel, Rewind, is really good. I won't say much, but imagining what [[spoiler: young!Doctor/Theta Sigma]] looks like might make your brain melt from sheer adorkableness. If that even makes sense, anyways.
** Thirded, extending to anything Who and Torchwood written by [=BookkeeperThe=]. Fantastic author.

''[[ The Dalek Invasion of Hetalia]]'' by J. S. Marshall
* Recommended by: [=DrJSMarshall=]
* ''Status'': Dormant
* ''Character(s)'': Just about everybody from Hetalia, several OC countries (Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Cornwall, Westarctica, Czech, Slovakia, [=MexiBLAM=] and more), plus a Doctor or three, the Daleks, and a surprise appearance by another Time Lord.
* ''Pairing(s)'': North Italy/Holy Rome, Spamano, Austria/Switzerland, USUK, Canada/Ukraine, Czechoslovakia
* ''Synopsis'': The Hetalia world is invaded by Daleks. They fight back, with unlikely reinforcements, more aliens showing up later, and everything just tying itself up in big TimeyWimeyBall of awesomeness.

''[[ That Which Holds The Image]]'' by [[ TheAngelsHaveThePhoneBox]]
* Recommended by shkspr1048, [=AMillionSkies=], autobot, caughtbluehanded
* ''Status'': Complete
* Crossover with ''Franchise/HarryPotter''.
* ''Synopsis'': Harry Potter faces a boggart that doesn't turn into a Dementor or even Voldermort, but into a horror from his childhood. Now the boggart isn't even a boggart anymore. There's no imitation. That which holds the image of an Angel, becomes itself an Angel.
* ''Comments'': Well-written, well-plotted, well-characterized, and ''very'' creepy. Not for the faint of heart!

''[[ Don't Be]]'' by [[ secooper87]]
* Recommended by [=CapslockCritic=]
* ''Status'': Complete
* Crossover with ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''.
* ''Synopsis'': The moment Buffy saw the Doctor, she knew she had to kill him.
* ''Comments'': This story is the first in a very long, well plotted, and absolutely riveting series involving the Doctor and Buffy Summers, and their adventures, with a mystery that spans two separate timelines. As there is a lot of timey-wimey, it is recommended to use the guide on the author's profile, to make sure you're reading them in the right order.

''[[ A Dalek Latern]]'' By Basiclus
* Recommended by Rogueristylover
* ''Status'': Dormant
* Crossover with Green Lantern
* ''Synopsis'': The Dalek from 9th Doctor Episode The Last Dalek fails at self-destructing, instead somehow falling into the DC universe, where invariably, a Red Ring of Rage finds it.
* ''Comments'': Not what I was expecting when I first started it, but quite good. Watching a Dalek pretend to be a Superhero was more then just a little amusing, especially after nearly killing a GL and blowing up Pluto. Also has a FF ''[[ link]]''

''[[ The Clinton Street Car Crash]]'' by [[ TheAngelsHaveThePhoneBox]]
* Recommended by acg452, bridgebrain
* ''Status'': Complete
* Crossover with ''Series/{{Smallville}}''
* ''Synopsis'': Clark Kent being best friends with Lex Luthor? Meeting Lois Lane as a teenager? Who the hell is Chloe Sullivan! Someone's messing with Superman's timeline. The Time Lords used to prevent this. But, sadly, there's only one of those left these days.
* ''Comments'': A [[Creator/DavidTennant Ten]] fic, in the OriginalFlavor of ''Doctor Who''. Lots and lots of running involved.

''[[ In the Midst of Liars]]'' by When Darkness Rises
* Recommended by chibima
* ''Status'': Complete
* Crossover with ''Avengers / Thor''
* ''Synopsis'': The first encounter is as survivor and child. The second is as rescuer and fallen god. The third may be their last. Each time the Doctor returns, he wears a new face. And each time, the darkness grips Loki tighter.

''[[ The Last Song]]'' by Minstrel Knight
* Recommended by [=ShadowElrondsel=]
* ''Crossover with'': ''Literature/HarryPotter''
* '' Status:'' Completed
* ''Synopsis'': In this, the world of Harry Potter and the world of King Arthur collide in a really fascinating way, facilitated by the Tenth and First Doctor (Dr. Who).
* ''Pairing'' Harry/Ginny
* ''Comments'': Well written, gripping story. Even those who have not watched the old series can follow it well. It weaves in the romance of Harry and Ginny, as well as those present in the Arthurian Mythology in a fascinating and completely brilliant manner that left leaves the reader in awe. It also has Timey-wimey ball plot elements to make Moffat proud. Maybe a bit of a tear-jerker when you realise just what happened.

''[[ Lifetime]]'' by robbiepoo2341
* Recommended by: @/ProfessorPancake
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Crossover with'': ''{{Series/Supernatural}}''
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor (tenth incarnation only so far) and Dean Winchester share a very odd friendship, not at all helped by The Doctor's tendency to show up with trouble, as well as the fact that they don't meet in the right order.

''[[ A Captain And A Madman]]'' by [=RazielLordOfSquirrels=]
* Recommended by: trimeta, Mad_Alice
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Crossover with'': ''Franchise/{{Star Trek}}''
* ''Synopsis'': When a strange, blue box appears in the middle of Federation territory, motionless and without power, it's up to the crew of the Enterprise D to determine just who its strange occupant is... and if he is friend or foe. Even as that very madman wonders just what kind of reality he's found himself in... and if he really wants to find his way back...
* ''Comments'': Primarily a TNG crossover, although with time travel, some other eras come up as well. The focus is more on character interaction than big dramatic action scenes, with decent character voices throughout.
** Seconded. Nearly every show, excepting ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine [=DS9=]]]'', is represented here and the Doctor plays off of them all brilliantly. The writing is excellent and the ending revelation is a thing of beauty.

[[ Children of Time and Space]] by DottyDevine
* Recommended by Tropers/{{adipose1913}}
* ''Status'': Dormant
* ''Status'': Technically dead, but word of god is that it will be continued and it reads as if complete in current state
* Crossover with ''Manga/{{Attack on Titan}}''
* ''Synopsis'':Armin Arlert was not an inherently brave person. But circumstance beyond his control, and a mysterious madman with an unusual box, force him to face his fears and make difficult decisions, allowing him to encounter new comrades and enemies on the adventure of a lifetime.
* ''Comments'': Be warned Manga fans: There is some angst, but the character development with Armin is so well done that you don't care. The current story is only how Armin becomes a companion, but it is definitely written well enough to warrant a look if the Crossover with and the summary lines piqued your interest.
[[reviews: Children of Space and Time]]

[[ Time Walker]] by secooper87
* Recommended by Tropers/{{Kayube}}
* ''Status'': Completed
* Crossover with: ''Film/{{Avatar}}''
* ''Synopsis'': The Na'vi sing of a Time Walker who fought a War that Never Happened. They sing of what the Time Walker hid in the heart of Eywa-something very powerful and very deadly. Will Jake and Neytiri prevent the humans from opening Pandora's Box?
[[reviews: Time Walker]]

''[[ Shinji and the Doctor]]'' / ''[[Fanfic/SeriesThirtyAndThreeQuarters Series Thirty And Three Quarters]]'' by [[ machiavelli]]
* Recommended by: polooglu
* ''Status'': Ongoing
* Crossover With: Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion
* ''Synopsis'': Everyone's favorite time travelling alien finds himself trapped in the universe of Evangelion, and decides to do some investigating into the inner workings of NERV, SEELE, and the Angels, all while slowly curing Shinji of his depression and PTSD.
* ''Comments'': Machiavelli tells a story that is at once funny, heartfelt, action packed and horrifying, all while staying true to both universes and characters. All of the Eva characters get moments to shine, and the Sherlock/Watson like dynamic of the Doctor and Shinji is a joy. While it primarily features the Tenth Doctor, Machiavelli finds a creative way to work in the Time-Lords other incarnations at many points. Just read it, it's good.

''[[ With the Stars in Our Rear-view Mirror]]'' by Della19
* Recommended by: Krysstinia
* ''Status'': Complete, First in a series
* ''Synopsis'': As described by the author: There is a three year gap, ages 19-22, in the records of one James Tiberius Kirk, recently Captain of the USS Enterprise - an absence so absolute that it almost seems that he was not even on the planet Earth during that time, yet there also exists no record of a passage off world. When pressed, Jim will say only that he was travelling during that time, with only a set of wheels and the stars in his rear-view mirror. This, as it turns out, is not entirely the truth. It is also not technically a lie. Or, conversely, the Doctor has a fondness for them, these pink and yellow humans, these heroes. Rose Tyler, Defender of the Universe; River Song, The Impossible Astronaut; James Tiberius Kirk, Captain of the Enterprise. These legends, who belong first to history are far too tempting to resist, especially for the Doctor, who is perhaps the most dedicated historian there ever was.Or, the one where the Doctor accidentally crashes in Jim Kirkís backyard and then takes him to see the stars, and you know, in general shake up the universe. Needless to say, itís a ride. Mostly gen, pre Kirk/Spock, background River/The Doctor, Sarek/Amanda.
* Tags: Crossover with Star Trek 2009, minor slash
[=[[reviews:With the Stars in Our Rear-view Mirror]]=]

[[ Funeral Blues]]
* Recommended by: Paycheckgurl
* Status: ''Completed''
* Crossover With: ''Series/{{Torchwood}}''
* Pairings: Jack/Ten, with heavy past Jack/Ianto
* ''Synopsis'': Jack struggles with his identity after the events of Children of Earth, which becomes more complicated when he runs into the Doctor.
* ''Comments'': There's some slash, but it's really ''not'' the focus (and if it bothers anyone, aside from a stray awkward kiss, nothing actually happens until the epilogue-which is set well after the story proper-and it's easy to just skip over). Ten is hilariously in character and gives Jack the support he needs after COE-which takes the form of giving him hard time while adventuring in a way only the Doctor can. Ianto's memory is present throughout and unlike in a lot Torchwood/Who fics, Jack's relationship with Ianto is not brushed away as only being something on the side for fun in order to make way for a new paring, There's a nice mix of humor, angst, and action true to the show.

''[[ Ghosts in the Sun]]'' by ZTX
* ''Recommended by'': Dangly Legged Owl
* ''Status'': Two parts completed, a third has been announced.
* ''Crossover With'': ''Music/DangerDaysTheTrueLivesOfTheFabulousKilljoys''
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor encounters the Killjoys when the TARDIS crash lands in the Zones of 2019 California. Soon after, he finds himself face to face with one of his most hated enemies: the Weeping Angels. To keep his new friends from certain doom, the Doctor must discover the truth about a strange notebook from the 1940s and solve the mystery of the man called Michael Milligram ...
* ''Comments'': Although this crosses over with a concept album by ''My Chemical Romance'', it is by no means an [[RealPersonFic RPF]]! The Eleventh Doctor shares the starring role here with the fiery-haired rebel leader, Party Poison; the sequel adds Clara (and Cybermen). Longfic that's right up there with Moffat's best episodes where timey-whimeyness and unexpected turns are concerned. The author has a great grasp on the Doctor's personality as well as on the storytelling of Doctor Who in general. She's also seriously good at invoking the desolate post-apocalyptic world of the Killjoys and creates enjoyable characters in a story filled with action and awesome that can also be, at times, surprisingly heartwarming. Some knowledge of the Killjoys universe is required - though I believe the first story at least can be read even without that - as well as familiarity with the latest series of Doctor Who.

[[ Truth, Justice and the Gallifreyan Way]] by [[ OTR Barcelona]]
* Crossover with ''Series/{{Smallville}}''.
* Recommended by fruitstripegum
* ''Status'': Complete
* Synopsis: There is a new teacher at Smallville High! He calls himself Dr John Smith, speaks with a British accent and wears a bowtie. But when Clark finds out why the new teacher has come, his world literally begins to fall apart.

''[[ Secrets of Legend]]'' by ''[[ ADdude]]''
* Recommended by Wisest1
* ''Status'': Complete
* Crossover with ''LightNovel/IsThisAZombie'' & ''Manga/SoulEater''
* ''Character(s)'': Maka Albarn, Soul Eater, Eucliwood Hellscythe, Ayumu Aikawa, Maka's Mom, Naegleria Nebiros, The 11th Doctor, Tardis, Clara Oswald, Excalibur, Death The Kid, Liz Thomspon
* ''Synopsis'': Doctor who/Soul Eater/Is This A Zombie crossover. You don't need to know all three to follow the story. Cracks begin to form at the walls between dimensions. A secret held by three people is about to exposed that threatens all. Meisters from the DWMA, Zombie,Necromancer,Vampire, Magic Girl, Timelord & companion gather to stop it. As the walls between worlds fall chaos follows.
* Comments: The story is well paced and well balanced giving all the various worlds and character their own time to shine. It's a fun and exciting story with humor and touching and emotional moments. Some subtle hints of romance and not so subtle hints of romance.The story does well to connect the worlds without feeling forced and makes the characters feel like their connections are natural and fit with the established canon. It also puts some characters like Excalibur in new light. It actually makes you feel sympathy with either an annoying character or just a pure comic relief character. The bad guy is powerful enough to be a real danger to the various powerful good guys.

''[[ Digital Doctor]]'' by [[ Professional Protagonist]]
* Recommended by Movie-Brat
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Crossover with'': WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko
* Synopsis: The Doctor, Amy, and Rory discover a unique and unusual time energy signature and head out to investigate! Four junior high students spend their time in a virtual world battling an evil A.I., and whenever too much damage is done, they turn back the clock. What strange adventures await the Lyoko Warriors and the Who Crew?
* ''Comments'': This is probably the best Code Lyoko crossover ever written. No cheap shots taken, nothing felt forced. In fact, with a few alterations; it could suffice as an actual Doctor Who story in its own right. It just feels very natural and even serves an alternate series finale to Code Lyoko. It just happens to have The Doctor in it.

''[[ Adventures of a Line Hopper]]'' by [[ secooper87]]
[[ Now with a Trope page.]]
''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'', ''Series/{{Angel}}'' and ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures''
* Recommended by Omega77
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': A long crossover series between Buffy and Doctor Who (and their various spinoffs) that initially explores the two existing in the same universe without either managing to majorly alter any canon events of the other and later details Buffy joining Torchwood. Canon-compliant with Buffy Seasons 1-7 (it splits into an AU after Season 7) and all of Doctor Who.

[[ De-aged]] by [[ The Bibliomaniac]]
* Recommended by Irid
* ''Crossover with'': ''Literature/HarryPotter''
* ''Status'': Ongoing
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor and Jack are de-aged to 11-year-olds and enroll in Hogwarts, at the time of the events of The Prisoner of Azkaban, while they search for a cure to return to their true age. The Doctor gets into Gryffindor, Jack is sorted into Slytherin.

''[[ Visited by a Doctor]]'' by Tangerine-Alert
* Crossover with ''Franchise/HarryPotter''.
* Recommended by: [=batguy=]
* ''Status'': Ongoing
* ''Synopsis'': Harry is visited by the Doctor throughout his seven years at Hogwarts, then moving through Harry's life outside school. As Harry takes on both Voldemort and Aliens.
* ''Pairing(s)'': Harry/Daphne in the later chapters. Harry/Ginny for a tiny bit.
* ''Comments'': Starts out much like the books but with The Doctor appearing here and there. Turns into an AU Story later on as the story references both Harry Potter events and Doctor Who events.

''[[ The Care and Feeding of Your Younger Brother]]''
* Recommended by: Time Lord Victorious
* ''Crossover with'': ''Series/{{Sherlock}}''
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Synopsis'': Sherlock has a new friend. So does The Doctor. Certain parties are concerned.
* ''Comments'': SnarkToSnarkCombat ft. Mycroft Holmes and Irving Braxiatel. That is all.

[[ Memory Wipe]] by [=SingleDarkShade=]
* Recommended by: @/{{bwburke94}}
* Status: Complete
* Synopsis: Crossover with ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow''. In 2012 the Doctor lost Amy and Rory to an Angel, except that wasn't what happened. Now Rip Hunter has managed to come to terms with losing his family and is travelling through time with the Legends to stop time aberrations. But he would really like to know who the redhead is, why he finds her so attractive and why she keeps trying to kill him.
* Comments: With so many ''Doctor Who'' alums appearing in the ''Series/{{Arrowverse}}'', this sort of plot had to show up eventually. And though it's not the first fic to do something like this, it's almost certainly the best. --bwburke94[[/folder]]

[[folder: Shipping Fics]]
''Stories focused on the romantic relationships between the cast.''

''[[ Time, Roses, and the Wolf]]'' by Amy Wolf
* Recommended by @/{{Katherine}}
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing'': Doctor/Rose
* ''Synopsis'': A series of vignettes, in which the Doctor meets Rose in every regeneration.
* ''Comments'': There are definite shipping elements (he also kisses her in every regeneration), but the story is more appealing for how it characterizes how each of them change and the situations that contrive their meetings.
** Not the worst of the recommended fics here for Rose, but still a bit contrived and odd.

''[[ Between and All Over Again]]'' by Skellerbvvt
* Recommended By: [=StudiousJones=]
* ''Status'': Dead
* ''Pairing'': As the author states - 9/Ianto (Way slow burn) Jack/Ianto, waaayhahyhay eventual 10/Ianto''
* ''Synopsis'': After being abandoned by his team and Jack for a wild goose chase in the Himalayas and the Doctor, respectively, Ianto Jones has to take care of the rift by himself. Looking to refuel after the epic failure of the Time War, the Doctor shows up. The obvious happens. Epic!fic of DOOOOM.
* ''Comments'': Seriously epic WIP. Slight crossover with ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'', as Ianto Jones is a main character and they briefly mention the Hub. Basically, Ianto meets the (Ninth) Doctor before Jack does, but only in the Doctor and Rose's timeline, not his or Jack's. Yeah. . . a big [[TimeyWimeyBall time travel]] induced headache, but ''worth it!''

''[[ In This World You Cannot Change]]'' by Harold Saxon
* ''Recommended by'': Jade Eyes 1
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing'': Master/Donna
* ''Synopsis:'' Post "Journey's End", AU. A mind-wiped Donna Noble unwittingly resurrects the Master, who has lost all memory of his past crimes--and his madness. Transported back in time to the start of Harold Saxon's reign of terror, the newly-sane Master and former companion find themselves fighting alongside the resistance during the Year That Never Was.
* ''Comments:'' This story is, without a doubt, the most well-written, intriguing Doctor Who fic I have ever encountered. Expertly plotted and paced, it takes the potential Crack!Fic premise of a Master/Donna pairing and makes it utterly, heart-breakingly believable. The ending is a guaranteed tear-jerker, and one you won't soon forget.
** Seconded. The author has an incredible gift for plotting and character voices, and the ending is simply beautiful.

''[[ One Moment in Time]]'' by Brownbug
* Recommended by Kari910
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing'': Simm!Master/OC/Jack
* ''Synopsis'': Tejanakaturadilena (Tejana for short) is the Doctor's daughter, born from an arranged marriage between two noble Gallifreyan families and who was still a child in the Academy when her father was forced to leave his home planet. She's travelled off and on with the Doctor and has known the Master all her life. So what if she ended up with the evil Time Lord on Gallifrey on the Last Day of the Time War and they both needed each other to escape? AU
* ''Comments'': A very well written story, captures your attention and keeps it. three sequels so far, ''[[ The Portal to Eternity]]'' (Complete), ''[[ So Many Things Should Have Been Different]]'' (Complete), and ''[[ Return to the Valiant]]'' (Complete)

''[[ Any Time At All]]'' by [[ roachpatrol]]
* Recommended by: Tropers/RainKrystal
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing'': Eight/Roberts!Master
* ''Synopsis'': An AU of the movie in which the Master kidnaps Eight and convinces him that they are actually married.
* ''Comments'': Based on a fancomic someone made, this is an odd bit of fic. It's very well written, and even though the premise is rather cracktastic, it manages to be just the right blend of funny and not-really-okay that would come with the scenario. Roach then [[ went on to illustrate it]], for extra win. It's sad and funny, but mostly funny and I cannot reccomend it highly enough.

''[[ Obsessions]]'' by [[ Van Donovan]]
* Recommended by tgjer
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing'': Second Doctor/Jamie
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor and his companions investigate a mysterious insanity plague that is driving a planet mad, while fighting its growing effects on themselves.
* ''Comments'': Van Donovan is the high priest of Doctor/Jamie fic, and this piece is King of all cliché fic. A touch of [[ Alien Sex Pollen]] and verging on AliensMadeThemDoIt, but still manages to be adorable and in-character, with a legit mystery plot.
* ''Rating'': Light R.

''[[ The Naming of Things]]'' by [[ Aria]]
* Recommended by @/EpitomeORandom
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing'': Koschei/Theta
* ''Synopsis'': How to become the Master. Academy-era fic spanning the journey of Koschei and Theta, from acolytes to Time Lords, friends to lovers to enemies to something else again.
* ''Comments'': There are thousands of Academy era fics covering the Doctor and the Masters {{Fanon}} love affair and history together, but none as wonderful as this. The author said she wanted to avoid the "Doctor and Master at Hogwarts" cliche, and she succeeds wonderfully. K/T isn't the focus - it's a character study of Koschei and his descent from a (relatively) innocent boy to a man the reader can see as having the seeds of Delgado's Master. Also has a DVD commentary that's well worth checking out.

''[[ Orbit]]'' by [[ KindKit]]
* Reccommended by: genisgone
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing'': Two/Jamie
* ''Synapsis'': Jamie thinks the future's a grand place.
* ''Comments'': Absolutely adorable little character study for Jamie. Short and very, very sweet.

''[[ Who's Scared of the Big Bad Wolf?]]'' by ''[[ PepperonyOwl]]''
* Reccommended by: lampshadeortriangle
* ''Status'': Dormant
* ''Pairing'': Ten/Rose and Eleven/Rose romance, Nine/Rose friendship
* Synopsis: After the events of "The Girl In the Fireplace," Rose tells a whopping big lie: that the Doctor has only been gone for five hours. In reality, it has been ''five months'', requiring Rose and Mickey to take drastic, life-changing action to save themselves as the TARDIS food stores and power ran low. And that's only the beginning.
* Comments: One of the few Doctor/Rose fics out there where Rose is decidedly ''not'' a PuritySue, or even a particularly good person - no matter how hard she tries to be. It has angst, violence, fluff, humor - there's something here for everyone. Also, expect River, the Metacrisis Doctor, and surprisingly, Jackie Tyler, to play major roles.

''[[ Young Men Among Roses]]'' by [[ KindKit]]
* Recommended by: genisgone
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing'': Eighth Doctor/Jack Harkness
* ''Synopsis'': Jack Harkness, shell-shocked and amnesiac, is sent to Craiglockhart War Hospital in the summer of 1918. There he meets John Smith, a fellow soldier.
* ''Comments'': A very sweet, quiet fic with subtle introspection. It takes place within Literature/EighthDoctorAdventures continuity, but the casual reader doesn't need to be familiar with it to enjoy this.

''[[ all the nightmares]]'' by phantomlistener
* Recommended by: genisgone
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing'': Eighth Doctor/Romana II
* ''Synopsis'': As the last days of the Time War come to a close, fugitives from Rassilon's regime shelter from the destruction - and a decision has been made....
* ''Comments'': The sort of tragic war fic you'd expect from this pairing, it's both sweet and incredibly heartbreaking. Also, it's fitting that [[spoiler:Romana, and not the Doctor, is the one to suggest the destruction of Gallifrey]].

''[[ Hyperboloids of Wondrous Light]]'' by Apolesen
* Recommended by: genisgone
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing'': Eighth Doctor/Alan Turing
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor, the amnesiac genius without a name, is formidable as an intellectual companion and desirable as a lover, but the mystery around his identity and his quest to find out who he once was draws in anyone associated to him, until it threatens them with a reality that even Britainís brightest mind cannot comprehend.
* ''Comments'': There isn't a way to overstate how phenomenal this fanfiction is. It follows the life of Alan Turing from the end of WWII to the end of his life, and details his complicated relationship with the Doctor during that time. Without giving away too much (though nothing history doesn't already tell you) the story's ending has left me in tears both times I've read it. This is poignant, passionate, complex and ultimately heartbreaking.[[note]]This is set in the Eighth Doctor Adventures continuity, but shouldn't be too hard to follow without having read The Turing Test.[[/note]]

''[[ Minimum Viable Population]]'' by yonderdarling
* Recommended by: Purple Dalek
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing'': Twelfth Doctor/Missy
* ''Comments:'' A brilliant and hilarious examination of the Doctor and Missy's relationship and history. Includes ruminations on Time Lord sexuality, Twelve being extremely awkward about the whole thing and Clara vowing to make friends her own age. Be warned that the fic is slightly NSFW (its only as explicit as your imagination, though) and that there are ''huge'' spoilers for season 8 of the revival series.

''[[ The Blonde Girl]]'' by lumendea
* Recommended by: callista
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing'': Doctor/Rose
* ''Synopsis'': All it took to change the universe was one little alteration to the time line of Rose Tyler when she was eleven years old. While an alien hunts her and preys on children, Rose meets a remarkable man called the Doctor. Suddenly her childhood is full of adventure, aliens and lots of running that will change the course of her life. First in the Guardians of the Universe series.
* ''Comments'': This is the first in a series called 'The Guardians of the Universe', and it's a very intricate and detailed universe that uses material from Old Who, New Who, SJA, and basically everything within the Whoniverse. Like the show itself, it has season-arcs, spanning every story, but also deals with an alien-of-the-week type of situation. I loved it the moment I started reading, but part 3 (The Companion Connection) is by far the best one so far. It centers around Rose, but it also features every single one of the other companions and their Doctors. A must-read for every Rose lover out there.

''[[ On the Importance of Doing Your Research (Especially Regarding Virgin Sacrifices)]]'' by Daystar Searcher

* Recommended by: Veanne
* Status: Complete (one-shot)
* Synopsis: A VirginSacrifice is in progress. Or thereabouts. The high priest ''tries'' to maintain his professionality, while [[DefiantCaptive Sarah Jane]] undermines him in a way that would make many a [[Series/{{Discworld}} seamstress (hem, hem!)]] proud. Contains enough {{Filth}} and Pratchettian humour to cover Ankh-Morpork with a three-inch layer.
* Pairing(s): Sarah/Four (very, very much, even if he only shows up for a BigDamnHeroes moment)
* Tags: '''NotSafeForWork''' because of all the {{Filth}} (in author's words: "oblique references to bdsm, many sexually suggestive lines, and one sexually graphic line of dialogue")

''[[ Five Times The Master Tried To Get The Doctor Drunk (And One Time He Didn't Have To)]]'' by jadekirk
* Recommended by: Time Lord Victorious
* ''Status'': Complete
* ''Pairing'': Doctor/Master
* ''Synopsis'': If at first you don't succeed.
* ''Comments'': A hilarious story about the Master's attempts to get the Doctor inebriated in order to ravish him. CrackFic.

''[[ Falls the Shadow]]'' by Nemo the Everbeing
* Recommended by: Veanne
* Status: Complete
* Synopsis: Love in times of a CosmicHorrorStory. When a relaxing trip to a tourist planet get soured by some {{Eldritch Abomination}}s from the very depths of Void, our intrepid heroes face reality collapsing - and realisations surging.
* Pairing(s): VII and Ace, very slowly, confusingly and [[LoveHurts uncomfortably]] for both parties involved.
* Comments: Very well written and gripping, both romantically and EldritchAbomination - wise.

[[folder:Fan Vid]]

''[[ Doctor Who Anime]]'' by Otaking 77077
* Reccomended by {{@/Speedball}}
* Not a fanfic, but a fan-movie, animated with loving care and (mostly) voiced by audio clips of existing Doctor Who footage (supplying new voices as necessary)
* ''Synopsis'': Now finished with roughly 11 minutes of footage as a mock trailer for a whole fictive anime season. The "plot" consists of Davros and the Daleks struggling with the Master (Two of them!) and the Cybermen over control of Japan while the Third Doctor arrives and meets the typical anime ActionGirl for a companion. A number of spiffy action scenes are shown, including the Brigadier doing a [[TheWorfBarrage Worf Barrage]] on a Cyberman ship and a FiveRoundsRapid by some American soldiers on a squad of Daleks. There are furthermore cameos of Sutekh the Destroyer, the Sontaran Battlefleet and the Supreme Dalek. It also stars professional voice actors Sachika Souno and Phillip Sacramento.
** Unfortunately, as of June 6, 2011, the entire thing was removed from Website/{{Youtube}}. But fear not! Here's a video file before it was removed.
*** Luckily someone else has [[ reuploaded it]].

''[[ The Ten Doctors]]'' by [[ BabelColour]].
* Recommended by Kipperonthefloor
* Also not a Fanfic but a series of videos made using well edited existing footage and audio from both Who and Non-Who sources to make a new story. ''[[{{Vaporware}} Finally]]'' finished with four videos.
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor's first and second incarnations have been removed from the time stream so the lord president of Gallifrey enlists the help of the Doctor's third to tenth incarnations to save himself and the history of the Universe, but everything is not what it seems.

''[[ Handlebars]]'' by [[ Flummery]].
* Recommended by Tropers/RainKrystal
* Oh, how, ''how'' has this not gotten here yet. It may not be a fanvid in the way that the other things in this list are fanvids, but it definitely deserves its spot here.
* ''Synopsis'': This vid is a series of clips from Ten's Era set to the tune of ''"No Handlebars"'' by Flobots. If you've heard the song, you have an idea what's in store and it's amazingly good, the images matching the tone and lyrics perfectly.
** This vid managed to correctly predict Ten's character development to the point that multiple fan reactions to "The Waters of Mars" referred to him "going ''Handlebars''".

''[[ Doctor Who: Moving Right Along]]'' by [[ nancyblackett]].
* Recommended by Tropers/RainKrystal, seacloudsky
* Okay, so it's another music video, this time in a happier tone than the one above. It may be a music video but it's still wonderful and the story it tells is excellent. It's joyful, and the more Doctors you are familiar with, the more you tend to connect with this video
* ''Synopsis'': The vid covers all the Doctors that existed at the time, One through Ten, and many, many of the Companions as they have their epic adventure through the stars to the tune of Kermit and Fozzie.
** Seconded by seacloudsky.

''[[ What About Everything - What About Babelcolour]]'' by [[ BabelColour]].
* Recommended by: seacloudsky
* Considering that fan videos are being added, this needs to be here.
* ''Synopsis'': All the doctors (1-11) are shown in the vid to the song ''What About Everything''. BabelColour has used his usual editing to not only shift through thousands of clips, but bring them together so that they completely match the lyrics and rhythm. The seamless blending of the title sequences is simply amazing.

''[[ I Owned the Stage // Doctor Who]]'' by [[ Liisakee]]
* Recommended by: Illuminated Darkness
* Beautiful editing, beautiful quotes, beautiful music, and my favorite video by far.
* ''Synopsis'': A video set to Hoppípolla by Liisakee that perfectly sums up Doctor Who.
* ''Comments'': A great brightener for anyone having a bad day.

''[[ The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Daleks]]'' by [[ Andrew Orton]]
* Recommended by: cg12345
* ''Synopsis'': "''Franchise/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'' has this to say about Daleks..."
* ''Comments'': An absolutely spot-on recreation of one of the animated Guidebook sequences from the old TV series, with perfect Adams-esque dry wit.

''[[ Tenth Doctor : The Musical]]'' by [[ di0br]].
* Recommended by Nadilune
* If you're one of the few people in fandom who hasn't seen this yet, go watch it. Just go. This is one of the best things I've ever seen : funny, a genius idea, and a wonderful tribute to Ten.
* ''Synopsis'': A summary of the Tenth Doctor's run in 7 minutes and 20 songs.

''[[ His Name is the Doctor]]'' by [[ seduff]].
* Recommended by Nadilune
* Wonderful editing with perfect voiceovers. Just epic. Nine and Ten shine in this.
* ''Synopsis'': A tribute to the Russell T Davies Era. His friends and companions talk about their Doctor...

''[[ Eleven is Cool]]'' by [[ humansrsuperior]].
* Recommended by Nadilune
* This vid is pure joy. It perfectly shows this incarnation of the Doctor's personality : dorky, flaily, fun.
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor ''is'' cool. An Eleven appreciation vid

''[[ Geronimo]]'' by [[ KatrinDepp]].
* Recommended by Nadilune
* Another vid about Eleven. Lighthearted, fun, with a catchy and appropriately-titled song. Just watch it, you won't stop smiling.
* ''Synopsis'': The Doctor antics in series 5 and 6.

''[[ Glósóli]]'' by [[ such_heights]].
* Recommended by Nadilune
* Gorgeous. A layered, meta-driven view on series 5 and 6. It's amazing, epic, thoughful, and has the Ponds being their adorable selves.
* ''Synopsis'': "That's a fairytale." "Aren't we all?"

''[[ The Adventure]]'' by [[ Calapine]].
* Recommended by Nadilune
* This one involves all the eleven Doctors and their companions, and it's truly magnificent. Definitely worth a look or three.
* ''Synopsis'': A nice trip through time and space.

''[[ 48 Years of Doctor Who -- Marching On]]'' by [[ xxdrosexx]].
* Recommended by seacloudsky
* ''Synopsis'': All eleven Doctors and a large amount (if not all) of the companions, with the clips matching perfectly with the audio. As a anniversary video, it also has a bit at the beginning which is as much a dedication to the series, as it is to its world.

''[[ Dalek Tales - The Dalek That Time Forgot]]'' by [[ Lee Adams]].
* Recommended by remorium1
* ''Synopsis'': History is in peril, the crack in the universe is changing the very fabric of reality. Upon leaving Earth, the New Paradigm see an opportunity which will lead one Dalek on its path to destiny. Dalek Caan will be the savior of the Daleks...
* This is a very well written fan video, animated and voiced by the same person, and it neatly fills the plothole of how Dalek Caan got into the time war in the first place. It's three parts plus an epilogue, and is well worth a watch.

''[[ Next Stop Everywhere]]'' by Katdepp
* Recommended by: genisgone
* ''Synopsis:'' A lovely and thoughtful introspective on River's life and relationship with the Doctor. Very shippy.
* ''Comments:'' Nicely edited, and a treat for fans of River and the Eleventh Doctor.
** Also from the same video maker and also about Doctor/River [[ And Strike the Timelord Dead]]. Recommended by wolfpuppy.

''[[ Sail]]'' by Karaaislin
* Recommended by: genisgone
* ''Synopsis:'' This is a difficult video to describe; it can be ''loosely'' summed up as a speculative trailer on what the creator thinks would be a cool plot for series seven, but that doesn't really cover it at all. Without any spoilers, it involves Rose coming back in a way that's intriguing and original, despite only having clips from series two and Journey's End to work with.
* ''Comments:'' It's excellently edited, and the plot is fascinating. It's not overtly shippy despite Rose's return, and the twist is one you probably didn't see coming.
** The Rose thing still seems contrived and unexplained. Though the twist is decent.

''[[ Marble House]]'' by hollywoodgrrl
* Recommended by: Maxwell_Edison
* ''Synopsis'': "There's one thing I always wanted to ask Jack. Back in the old days. I wanted to know about that Doctor of his. The man who appears out of nowhere and saves the world; except sometimes he doesn't. All those times in history where there was no sign of him... I wanted to know why not." ó Gwen Cooper, ''Torchwood: Children of Earth''
* ''Comments'': Retells "Human Nature / Family of Blood" on both the macro (impending World War I and the Doctor's true nature) and micro (the love story between John Smith and Joan Redfern, Martha's experiences of traveling in the TARDIS) levels. Impossibly well put together, using actual source footage from World War I, text from the show, and a number of other tricks, none of which seem remotely gimicky. Beautifully edited and challenging. Has more than a few moments which can genuinely be described as "spine-tingling." A masterpiece of the fandom.

[[ Enlightenment (Special Edition) Fan Trailer]] by biggerbaddaddy
* Recommended by: genisgone
* ''Synopsis'': [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin A fan-made trailer for ''Enlightenment'']].
* ''Comments'': A brilliant, epic trailer for one of the most visually stunning serials of the Classics Series.

[[ Obedience ]] by Brotherhood Studios
* Recommended by: TheTroperBeforeTime
* ''Synopsis'': It begins as a simple enough thriller, with a captive being forced to participate in a twisted take on Staneley Milgram's "Obedience to Authority" experiment; it then spirals into tonal shifts, over-the-top acting, and the ultimate twist that reveals it was a Doctor Who fan film all along.
* ''Comments'': An class film that clearly went above and beyond. Yes it's an amateur short film, but it was made by people who obviously had a ball making it.

[[ Doctor Who-The First Question: Extended Cut 50th Anniversary Trailer]] by LastWhovianTrailers
* Recommended by: Tropers/TheWildWestPyro
* ''Synopsis'': An epic trailer with AwesomeMusic that summarises the whole of Doctor Who in a nutshell.

[[ WHOLOCK]] by [[ John Smith]]
* Recommended by: ThatRandomGuy42
* Synopsis: "Months after an encounter with a mysterious 'Doctor', Sherlock becomes obsessed with discovering more about this impossible man... until the man makes an unexpected return."
* Comments: It's a short, beautifully crafted fan creation that depicts The Doctor meeting Sherlock. The entire thing is comprised of assets from both shows so it really looks like they are both there together, edited to almost perfection. It must be seen.

[[ I'm Always All For You]] by [[ Liisakee]]
* Recommended by: hpfan4ever
* ''Synopsis'': A music video that pairs Doctor Who with the song "What If" by Safty Suit.
* ''Comments'': It's a beautiful video that shows the relationships between the Doctor and his companions. The song completely fits Doctor Who.

[[ Gallifreyan Girls]] by [[ TeaTime4MadGirls]]
* Recommended by: phoenixyfriend
* ''Synopsis'': When Romana heard that Gallifrey had returned, she decided to gather up all the Doctor's favourite Time Ladies and throw a little party...
* ''Comments'': A silly and fun little music video featuring the various Time Ladies (and Rassilon) in a parody of Music/KatyPerry's "California Gurls."

[[ Never Look Away]] by Purplefringe
* Recommended by: genisgone
* ''Synopsis'': A study in Clara's relationship with the Eleventh Doctor.
* ''Comments'': Beautifully edited and fast-paced, and the choice of song is superb. Not-quite Eleven/Clara.

[[ Doctor Who Title Sequence]] by Billy Hanshaw
* Recommended by: genisgone
* ''Synopsis'': ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin
* ''Comments'': An excellently rendered concept for Series 8's opening credits
** More than that, it was seen by Creator/StevenMoffat who liked it so much that he asked the creator to come in and recreate it with some slight tweaks (such as a real, official photo of the Capaldi Doctor), and it now graces the episodes of series 8.

[[ Doctor Who Parody]] by The Hillywood Show
* Recommended by: caledonian812
* ''Synopsis'': What happens when you combine the Time Warp from The Rocky Horror Picture Show with the Tenth Doctor's run. Pure awesomeness.
* ''Comments'': A lot of love went into this production. Costumes and makeup on the actors are spot on, effects are brilliant, and you actually feel that it's Ten and his companions singing along. Absolutely a must see.

[[ The Animated Adventures of Doctor Who]] by Stephen Byrne
* Recommended by: Xalfrea
* ''Synopsis'': A fan-made opening for a hypothetical Saturday-Morning animated series of Doctor Who, done in a style and tone of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''. Starring the Twelfth Doctor and a younger Mabel-esque Clara, it is made with the intent of being LighterandSofter with a more humorous bent to it than the main show.
* ''Comments'': Like many fan-made things, it makes you wish it were real. Plus, if you are a fan of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' or have watched the show, you can really appreciate it even more. A must-see if just for 40 seconds of fan-made fun and enjoyment.

[[ Time Traveller Boyfriend]] by MASHED
* Recommended by: charlie95148
* ''Synopsis'': A fan-made trailer for a Doctor Who dating sim, complete with Japanese voice-over and references to both Classic and Modern series.
* ''Comments'': One can easily tell from this video that some very dedicated, hardcore Whovians put it together. Take care to read the small text and any words that show up on-screen!

[[ Seasons of War]] by A Crow Trod
* Recommended by: SamTheAwesome
* ''Synopsis'': Seasons of War' is an unofficial short film, which features the character of the War Doctor from the BBC TV series, and has been created to help promote an anthology of specially-commissioned stories about him - all in aid of the UK charity, Caudwell Children.
* ''Comments'': A fantastic short film about the War Doctor and people affected by the time war. Must see!

[[ The Time War]] by Babel Colour
* Recommended by: TimeLordVictorious
* ''Synopsis'': A fan-edit of footage from both the modern and classic series, with voice-overs about the Last Great Time War and who fought in it, taken from not just the classic and modern runs, but also several Big Finish audios. It was made several years before the War Doctor was created, and thus features only the Eighth and Ninth Doctors.
* ''Comments'': It still holds up today, and covers a good portion of the Time War, from beginning to end.

[[ What If Doctor Who Wasn't Axed?]] by DaDoctorWhoFan
* Recommended by: Mr.Krabs
* ''Synopsis'': A whole series of videos that a beg a take on the question of what other episodes of Doctor Who would there have been if it wasn't cancelled after the airing of Survival in 1989. The first season works on the documentary that was made for the DVD of Survival in 2007 which since then has gone onto expanding so much further than you would ever imagine!
* ''Comments'': Brilliant series once you get into more of the other seasons, especially after the year 2000!