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    • text 17 Dec 13

      Hello. I’m sorry for my absence. I’ve been struggling with illness since the beginning of the year. I’ve seen several doctors but none of them have any idea what might be wrong. I’m more and more convinced it might be something mental. I never feel entirely well but I have times where I feel better followed by times where I feel like shit, each anywhere between a few days to several weeks long. When I’m at my worst I’m hardly able to leave bed. I can’t eat, I can’t sleep, let alone focus on RPing. I’m really sorry. I’ll try to catch up when I feel better.

    • rose-tylers-daughter asked: "Sounds like you're not the last, love." Gem said with a soft pat to the console. (Sorry, I'm in desperate need of some sort of Day of the Doctor RP. ignore or consider crack/irrelevant if you like) 27 Nov 13

      rose-tylers-daughter:

      thetype106:

      Gallifrey falls no more. Others rejoiced at the news but all Pat felt was anger, at themself, at the Doctor. All that time they’d blamed him for what had happened. All that time they’d been wrong. Gallifrey had survived, she had not. And it was all their fault. They’d not shared that part of their past with their new pilot. They’d never even planned on bonding with her in the first place. The ship shook, walls and furniture being thrown and torn down as Pat took their anger out on their interior.

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      Without warning everything shuddered violently. Gemini was thrown to the ground with a gasp. The book she’d left sitting on the other side of the room went winging it’s way over her head. Glancing towards one of the hallways she saw the kettle and a chair (When did Pat move the kitchen?) fly into the wall. She jumped to her feet, momentarily wondering if she wasn’t safer on the floor, and held on to the console with one hand while resting the other on the Time Rotor.

      "What’s wrong?" She asked worriedly. She’d never seen her ship like this so…angry. "Come on, loves, talk to me."

      Entire bookshelves and cupboards were flung across the ship along with their contents. The internal weapon systems activated, turrets firing wildly throughout the hallways. A stray shot passed into the console room, hitting the console close to where Gemini was standing. In an instant Pat stopped what they were doing. Everything calmed down. Manifesting within the console room wearing the near-Gallifreyan male form they’d worn when first meeting Gemini, Pat sank down against the console. “It’s my fault.”

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      rose-tylers-daughter
    • photo 26 Nov 13
      vermidian:

WHOVIANS WHO DIDN’T LIKE THE 50TH:
To those of you complaining that the End of Time’s ending no longer makes sense, I would like to point out that it, in fact, does. The above picture is a screenshot of the Master’s page in regards to the end of time. You can read the full page here: [x]
First things first, the Master and the Doctor destroyed a link between Earth and the then thought to be time-locked Gallifrey. A LINK. Not all of Gallifrey, as I’ve seen a few posts claiming. This sent them, and potentially the Master as well, “back into hell” of the final day of the Time War.
As far as the council knew, it WAS the final day of the time war. The council, as you might have noticed, was not in this episode. Probably specifically for this reason. They were too busy securing a safe escape for themselves through the White-Point Star. AND I QUOTE FROM THE EPISODE, "The High Council is in emergency session - they have plans of their own." THIS LINE WAS VERY MUCH INTENTIONAL. In fact, the whole story line of the Master and the White-Point Star link could easily have gone down before the planet was stashed away by the doctors. In fact, that story line could run parallel to the Doctor trying to decide whether or not to destroy Gallifrey.
Now there are some saying, “BUT THE GUILT HE FELT WASN’T EVEN REAL.” No, it was real. As was stated in the episode, when they reentered their own time streams, the War Doctor and Ten individually forgot. And even if Eleven were to forget, Clara’s timeline was not changed, and therefore she would easily be able to remember and fill the Doctor in. It’s also why Eleven didn’t remember when he ran into Ten - because to his memory as Ten, it hadn’t happened to him. Getting back to the guilt, when the War Doctor (or 8.5 as some are calling him) woke up as nine, his planet would be gone. The last thing he would have remembered before crossing into the time streams would be trying to decide. His planet and all the Daleks are gone and only he remains, just as the Moment told him would be his fate if he chose to burn Gallifrey. And what can he find of his home? Nothing. So, naturally, he would assume that he chose to do it and that he killed his people, thus triggering the guilt in Russel T. Davies’ storyline.
TLDR: MOFFAT DID NOT IGNORE THE END OF TIME. PLEASE STOP.

      vermidian:

      WHOVIANS WHO DIDN’T LIKE THE 50TH:

      To those of you complaining that the End of Time’s ending no longer makes sense, I would like to point out that it, in fact, does. The above picture is a screenshot of the Master’s page in regards to the end of time. You can read the full page here: [x]

      First things first, the Master and the Doctor destroyed a link between Earth and the then thought to be time-locked Gallifrey. A LINK. Not all of Gallifrey, as I’ve seen a few posts claiming. This sent them, and potentially the Master as well, “back into hell” of the final day of the Time War.

      As far as the council knew, it WAS the final day of the time war. The council, as you might have noticed, was not in this episode. Probably specifically for this reason. They were too busy securing a safe escape for themselves through the White-Point Star. AND I QUOTE FROM THE EPISODE, "The High Council is in emergency session - they have plans of their own." THIS LINE WAS VERY MUCH INTENTIONAL. In fact, the whole story line of the Master and the White-Point Star link could easily have gone down before the planet was stashed away by the doctors. In fact, that story line could run parallel to the Doctor trying to decide whether or not to destroy Gallifrey.

      Now there are some saying, “BUT THE GUILT HE FELT WASN’T EVEN REAL.” No, it was real. As was stated in the episode, when they reentered their own time streams, the War Doctor and Ten individually forgot. And even if Eleven were to forget, Clara’s timeline was not changed, and therefore she would easily be able to remember and fill the Doctor in. It’s also why Eleven didn’t remember when he ran into Ten - because to his memory as Ten, it hadn’t happened to him. Getting back to the guilt, when the War Doctor (or 8.5 as some are calling him) woke up as nine, his planet would be gone. The last thing he would have remembered before crossing into the time streams would be trying to decide. His planet and all the Daleks are gone and only he remains, just as the Moment told him would be his fate if he chose to burn Gallifrey. And what can he find of his home? Nothing. So, naturally, he would assume that he chose to do it and that he killed his people, thus triggering the guilt in Russel T. Davies’ storyline.

      TLDR: MOFFAT DID NOT IGNORE THE END OF TIME. PLEASE STOP.

      rose-tylers-daughter
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