Alice is a Time Lord....Yeah, I dunno either. But it had to be said. However it makes sense if you believe Alice of Adventures in Wonderland is same Alice, not a different Alice, than the Alice of the 1983 anime, the Lewis Carroll books, and the 1951 film (all whom possibly the same regeneration or two or three)
The Hatter is an exiled Time Lord.
Alice's sister is the Doctor's granddaughter.
The Cheshire cat is a time lord.
Cassie is a Time Lord with amnesia.She landed on Earth at the end of her previous life. Then she regenerated into a baby who was taken in by Cassie's parents and raised as their own. This explains why she is subtemporally grounded in the correct timeline. The Time Matrix is her TARDIS.
The entire series is a Gambit Roulette by Cassie to help the Yeerks escape their parasitic existence.Sometime prior to the series, she removed several Yeerks from their homeworld and put them on a different planet. These Yeerks would eventually become the Yoort. Afterwards, she hid the Time Matrix on Earth, where she knew a Skrit Na ship would find it while near an Andalite ship.
The Ellimist is an Ancient Time Lord. He invented regeneration for himself.The Time Matrix is actually the only slightly shielded heart of a TARDIS, meaning that it can be operated by anybody, since your thoughts connect to it directly, without any sort of technological interface.
Elfangor is a Time LordHis first regeneration was in the world created by the Time Matrix, which was open to the Vortex, and Loren was aged by exposure to the Vortex . He then worked for Encom slowing introducing new technology to the system, and was killed by the Yeerks at one point, regeneration into Alan Fangor. He was in the car that Loren crashed, and the Ellimist then took him away and forced him to regenerate back to his original Andalite body, but Elfangor also gave up the rest of his regenerations to save Loren, who was pregnant with Tobias at the time, but the Ellimist took away her sight, and she lost all of her memories during regeneration. This in turn means thatů
Tobias is Part-Time LordHe became part Time Lord since both of his parents were exposed to the Vortex, and since Elfangor used his remaining regenerations to prevent him and Loren from dying the the car crash. He is forcibly regenerated by the Ellimist in book 13, meaning that his hawk body in now his natural body, and allowing him to morph from it. He then regenerated several times while being tortured to death by Taylor, and he heard Elfangor's voice since he was dead for part of that time.
Martin Van Buren was a Time LordConfirmed within the book.
The prophet Elijah was a Time LordWhen it was time for him to die, a strange vehicle came and he flew up to the sky it. Since then, he's been known to come down to earth, always in a different body, and find some human, travel with them a while, meddle in earth's affairs, and completely change their life, yet always leaves them at some point, goes back up to the sky, and repeats the whole thing. Who does that sound like?
Adam and Eve were a Time Lord and Lady]]Genesis 2:17, New Century Version: But you must not eat the fruit from the tree which gives the knowledge of good and evil. If you ever eat fruit from that tree, you will die! The Bible doesn't record them as dying — but they did both, for some reason, become suddenly ashamed of their nakedness. Could it be because it was the nakedness of regenerated bodies? They died and came back, making both God's and the serpent's words true in their own way. The following comment from this blog post illustrates the rest: Adam was a time lord, a la Doctor Who, which granted him a long lifespan. Over the generations the Galifreyan blood became diluted so the lifespan decreased :) Other evidence: Eve could talk to snakes, just as the Doctor can speak the languages of all species, although that's due more to his learning than his genetics, oh well.
Jesus is a Time LordHis resurrection? More like a regeneration-that's why no-one noticed him when he came back. When he "ascended to heaven", he was being called back to his TARDIS,which was invisible. His "virgin birth" was a cover-up:his parents were fooled into thinking it was theirs. The first reincarnation was the Abrahamic God-who fooled the primitive people of Earth for shits and giggles. All the major figures in religion were all the same Time Lord,but in different regenerations. "Jesus" reached the end of his lifecycle in the Age of Enlightenment,and thus humanity is more secular. L. Ron Hubbard is a failed attempt at cloning Jesus.
Cole Hawlings is a Time Lord.He's at least 700 years old by the time of the story, he's on a mission to retrieve a box that's bigger inside than out and which allows you to travel to the past, he likes to be accompanied by young human sidekicks, and he's played by Patrick Troughton. Seems pretty straightforward. In fact, since he's played by Patrick Troughton, that would make him the Season 6B Doctor. Other possible Time Lords in the story are the Lady of the Oak (whose tree is bigger inside than out, and who changes from an old woman into a young one at one point) and Arnold of Todi (who's also 700-odd years old and claims he originally created the Box). Abner Brown isn't a Time Lord; he was hired by Torchwood to get his hands on the valuable alien technology that the Box contains. Oh, and it wasn't All Just a Dream. The Time Lords erased Kay's memory and sent him back to where he started.
Willy Wonka is a Time Lord, and the Great Glass Elevator is his TARDIS.
Scrooge is a Time Lord, and the three ghosts are his TARDIS.Clearly he can move through time and space. Also, he can change the future without major repercussions.
Aslan is a Time Lord, who went by a different name in another of his regenerations and his TARDIS takes the form of a stable.(Taken from Writer on Board.)
Thomas Covenant is a Time Lord.It's pretty much outright stated in Fatal Revenant: he's become part of the arch of time, immortal and able to bend time as he likes.
The Other Mother is a Time Lady and the other door is the entrance to her TARDIS.She certainly had to change her appearances several times in order to resemble the mothers' of the children. Also, the bugs were actually sweeter versions of jelly babies.
The Cat is a Time Lord.He travels between the real world and the Other World at will, and he's able to get in Coraline's bedroom despite having no opposable thumbs to open the door. In the movie, he's able to use random trees as TARDIS.
Enoch Root is a Time Lord.He certainly is able to regenerate from mortal injury, though he appears to keep his appearance (or at least ends up ginger every single time.) He knows much more about anybody than anybody even for someone with "buddies in the surveillance business". He has shown up everywhere from the seventeenth century to the twenty-first (and possibly later, though that is speculative).
The Gunslinger is the Doctor, Randall Flagg is the Master.Specificially the Gunslinger is the Tenth Doctor "You take ordinary people and turn them into weapons!" And of course Randall is Simms' Master-besides from plotting to destroy all of reality he seems to really enjoy messing with the Gunslinger and giving off a strong Foe Yay vibe.
Lobsang Ludd and Susan Sto-Helit are the ancestors of all Time Lords.Their children traveled back in time and became—along with their human/humanoid spouses, of course—the first inhabitants of Gallifrey. Their descendants kept the hereditary Death and Time powers and applied them to technology like TARDISes. This also explains the similarities noted between the First Doctor and Death and their respective Susans: it's not coincidence, but a consequence of their being distant relatives. Susan is an ancient Time Lord name.
Lord Vetinari is, by far, the most successful incarnation of the Master yet.Accidentally arriving to the Discworld due to a glitch in his TARDIS while escaping from the Doctor or the Time War itself, the Master found a young nobleman due to enter the Assassin's Guild, Havelock Vetinari. Understanding the rather foolish nobleman could be easily suppressed while he gathered supplies to repair his TARDIS, he used a Chameleon Arch to impersonate him and enter the Guild himself, enjoying himself immensely as he displayed his characteristic guile and acquired some practical combat skills. During this time, he actually got enamored with Ankh-Morpork, and decided to rule it by removing the Patricians in line, mellowing quite a bit when he succeeded, while never abandoning the mind games he loved so much. He even got a replacement for the Doctor in Vimes! Remember that cell he had installed? The one with locks on the inside? What else, but his repairing TARDIS?
Bloody Stupid Johnson is a Time Lord inventorHis inventions warp reality! He created a mail sorter that receives mail from the future, the Empirical Crescent is a study in spacial warping.
Vimes is a chameleon arched Doctor and his badge fills in for the watchWhen Vimes was The Doctor, and he had to use a chameleon arch, but it went slightly wrong, leaving him with a sense of emptiness that comes across as being Knurd, hence the alcohol problem and the ability to see the chameleon arch!Badge. It would also account for the running ability, knack for using the Indy Ploy and obsession with justice and how reluctant he is to give up his badge.
Devera is a Time LordOkay, okay. She's actually 3/4 Dragaeran and 1/4 god, but no WMG page is complete without at least one of these. And hey, maybe the gods are Time Lords. Or something. At any rate, she time-travels, and her weirdest relative has her very own dimension, which is enough evidence for any self-respecting WMG.
Sethra is a Time Lord.And Dzur Mountain is her TARDIS.
Paul Atreides is the MasterLet's look at this logically. First of all, he is the result of a generations-long breeding program gone wrong, so you know that's going to mess with his brain. But in the beginning, he seems a fairly decent fellow (he's under the influence of a fobwatch-type deal). However, when he drinks the Waters of Life, the secrets of the universe are revealed to him, including that he is actually the Master. With this new knowledge, he sentences his followers essentially to doom in order to fulfill what he thinks of as his destiny. At one point, he even states that he is the "master of space and time." Hm. And then in the end, he succeeds the emperor and takes over himself, all while being completely insane and villainy. All in all, I have to say the proof is there for this, and also that this is the most successful incarnation of the Master.
Slartibartfast is a Time Lord, and the Bistromatic is his TARDISAlthough.. I think everyone already knows that.
Everyone is a Time Lord
Professor Reg Chronotis is a Time Lord"What did you retire from?" "I can't remember, but it must have been pretty good." This is just part of a bigger theory that the Douglas Adams WSOGMM is, in fact, the Whoniverse.
Angela is a Time Lord.
King Arthur is a Time Lord.
Dr. Scamandros is not just a Time Lord but actually the Doctor! Afterall, he is a doctor, his pockets seem to bigger on the inside than the outside and he wears a fez in the last book!
The wizards of Harry Potter evolve into the Time Lords.Hermione's Handbag of Holding is clearly an example of Time Lord technology: It's bigger on the inside. And what's the difference between a wand and a sonic screwdriver?
The House Elves are devolved Time Lords.Perhaps the Last Great Time War happened in all universes, not just the Whoniverse, so the Harry Potter universe's version of the Time Lords didn't die when Gallifrey blew up—they just regenerated into cute but goofy-looking and very powerful little creatures who retain no memories of their former selves. They did, however, figure out how to magically clone themselves to give the appearance that they were breeding more Hosue Elves. After all, no other creature can Apparate into and out of Hogwarts. Perhaps the rags they wear are their TARDISes. Considering how his attitude differs very greatly from that of the other House Elves', Dobby is, of course, a certain rebellious but good-natured Time Lord.
Dumbledore is a time lordIt just makes too much sense.
The Little Prince
The Little Prince is a Time Lord.He travels from planet to planet, attempts to help people and learn, and falls in love with something that's not his species.
The Magic Tree House
The Magic Tree House is a TARDIS.The Magic Tree House travels in time every single book. This would also explain how Jack and Annie can communicate with people from Ancient Greece or Japan. The Tardis' psychic circuit is translating.
The Moth Diaries
Ernessa is a Time Lord.She seems to be able to do something like regenerating. Alternatively, Miss Norris is one.
Mr. Benedict is the Doctor and Mr. Curtain is the MasterThey both have Mysterious Backstories (Mr Benedict's a little less so, but still steeped in mystery). Both are Super-Geniuses. Foils for each other. Mr Benedict takes on Companions (after a sort). And Mr Curtain literally plans to call himself the MASTER (planning to take over the Earth using a machine that transmits an unnoticed signal into the minds of the entire population, ensuring their unwitting co-operation).
ZelretchDuh. The guy dimension/time hops with ease as part of his magic. His TARDIS used to be the Jewel Sword, but now it's just him. Which, in turn makes Rin Tohsaka a companion at least, seeing as she wields the Jewel Sword with ease.
FateAll the heroic spirits, possibly, with the Throne of Heroes being an involuntary TARDIS. Rin too, see above.
TsukihimeArcueid. Marble Phantasm, being what it is, could be/make a TARDIS quite easily. And she'd make Shiki Tohno her companion. Also, Shiki and Ryougi!Shiki might be able to use their lines as an impromptu TARDIS...though it's be more like the Subtle Knife from His Dark Materials. Also, Arcueid is possibly BF Fs with Zelretch, who is previously established to be a Time Lord.
Kara No KyoukaiSee above for Ryougi Shiki being a Time Lord. Other contenders could be Fujino, bending time itself with all the other things she can bend. Mikiya would be a companion in either case.
Peter is a Time LordFavorite city is London? Check. Often takes new companions on adventures with him? Check. Is probably a very great deal older than he actually looks? Check again. Neverland is such a bizarre place that one could argue it is itself a TARDIS. There's no indication that it's bigger on the inside, but Peter's lack of aging could indicate that time itself passes at a different rate than it does on Earth. Hook could easily be the Master to Peter's Doctor, too.
Tinkerbell is the spirit of the TARDIS.Fairy Dust enables people to travel to Neverland. Also, she is quite jealous of Peter's mortal companions.
The Pied Piper is a Time Lord.His pipe is his TARDIS. Plus, only a Time Lord could make rats drown!
Holmes is a Time Lord, and 221B is his TARDIS.The house number is 221B because the TARDIS is a more-advanced model than the one we're more familiar with, so its chameleon circuit and perception filter work properly. What could be more effective camouflage than becoming a house in the middle of an already-established street? The perception filter keeps anyone from noticing the extra house that suddenly appears one day and, even if someone did notice, this is England. No-one's going to be so rude as to mention anything.
Sherlock Holmes is the original DanuveL and the original Eraldo Coil are both Time Lords and detectives. Sherlock Holmes is both a Time Lord and a detective ergo Sherlock Holmes is Danuve.
Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes are all of fiction's detectives.They are both Time Lords. They are both analytical geniuses. Those who are more active are Sherlock, the armchair sleuth types are Mycroft. They recently met up again after the time war, Sherlock is Adrian Monk, Mycroft is Ambrose and Ambrose's house is their shared TARDIS.
Watson is a Time Lord tooHe always seems to regenerate around the same time Holmes does (a form of sati? Or perhaps since faithful Watson is constantly by Holmes' side, he usually ends up getting killed with him). He's probably only 1/4th or even 1/8th Time Lord, though, which is why his mental capabilities are closer to that of the average human being.
Moriarty is the MasterAs above, either the Master used the watch-trick on himself during this time, or he got bored with screwing with the Doctor, and decided to see what's so great about the humans that the Doctor loves, and decided to settle down in London, when a certain detective caught his interest and decided to toy with Holmes until he's ready to deal with The Doctor again.
The Time Traveler is a Time Lord.Really, this one is too easy. He has no name, he's in England, he has a time machine. He may well be The Doctor using an alias.
The leaders are all Time Lords.In their leadership ceremony, they are actually undergoing DNA modifications. However, they only regenerate nine times, and every time it's into the same body they had before.
Miss Zarves is a Time Lord.
Roo is a Time Lord.And Kanga is his TARDIS.
Not only is every story true, but every character is a Time Lord.Usually with amnesia. Just look at any WMG page on this site for more evidence.
Robert A. Heinlein is a preincarnated Time Lord.And Time Enough for Love was an autobiography with a few details changed.
Hank Morgan, the Connecticut YankeeTime Travel? Check. Love of gadgets? Check. Regeneration? Well, he survived getting hit very hard on the head.
Jane Austen was a Companion.In Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility we see the following lines:
"But why should not I wear pink ribbons? I do not care it is the Doctor's favourite color. I am sure, for my part, I should never have known he did like it better than any other colour, if he had not happened to say so."Miss Steele has a crush on a character that is usually referred to as "the Doctor". The thing is that there's another doctor whom most of the characters know, but only name once. Usually one would call the more familiar one by just simply "Doctor" so why did Austen make this choice? I think that she actually KNEW the Doctor himself and was mentioning him out of her own feelings for him. Think about it. Jane Austen died unmarried yet wrote some of the most well known romance novels of all time. It is a difficult emotion to fake and while romance is not the focus of her novels, the undertones are still there. Also there is almost always a barrier between the two lovers that was overcome. Barriers definitely exist when trying to win the Doctor's hearts (for one thing the whole "I'll live and you'll die argument"). Girl with an unrequited or an impossible crush carrying out her dreams on paper? Also a strong-minded girl tends to be the Doctor's type anyway and Austen's work were satirical, criticizing marriage in her time (of which she seemed ahead of). Also any real relationship between Austen and the Doctor would not focus on romance which also holds for her works. I can also find bits and pieces of the Doctor in her heroes as well. If she loved him enough it would explain why she never married as well. Back to the quote, the "Doctor" mentioned is named Dr. Davies but it is only mentioned like once. This is interesting to note for Meta-type lols when you consider Russel T. "Davies" the head writer of the revived series until the 11th Doctor. Overall it just makes sense for a time-traveler to have gained the attention of significant historical figures (like Queen Elizabeth)!
— Miss Steele to Elinor (Chapter 38)
The title character of Borgel is an ex-companion who got his hands on a TARDIS.He doesn't really know enough about the way stuff works to be a Time Lord, and the Old Country is nothing like Gallifrey, so he can't actually be a Time Lord. But the Dorbzelge is obviously a TARDIS, and Borgel's attitude toward dimensional travel is very Doctor-like.
Jeeves is a Time Lord.
Gandalf is a renegade Time Lord.He regenerated once, he changed his name from something else, and he has a particular fondness for one species—hobbits. Shadowfax is his TARDIS and his staff is his sonic screwdriver/related device. He's also professed to live a very long time, and he has an extensive knowledge of things no one else likes to think about (such as Balrogs). Oh, and the Fellowship are actually his companions.
The Elves are the descendants of Time Lords.Their awakening into the world in the first age? a mass displacment in time,simmilar to what was done to the Third Doctor.They probably did this to escape the Time War.The halls of Mandos (where elves go to wait out eternity when they are killed) is the Matrix.
Tom Bombadil is a TARDIS interfaceThe TARDIS of course is his cottage.This is likely the same TARDIS that the displaced elves arrived in.Goldberry is a manifestion of the 'soul' of this TARDIS.
Hoid is a Time LordBecause it had to be said. Also, this looks like it could WMD up being canon with all the Universe traversing and time dilation.
Kelsier is a Time Lord. Possibly the Doctor.Matt Smith/Eleven. There you go.
Atticus is a Time LordHe's too badass for this not to be true.
Harry is the Doctor (specifically, a blend of Nine and Ten) and Nicodemus is the Master
Mayes is the Master