Author has written 11 stories for Doctor Who.
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A few notes on the Tenth Doctor that appears in these stories, for those of you who are unfamiliar with his RP counterpart:
1. What are Looms?
Before we talk about Looms, we need to talk about the Pythia's curse.
Back in the days before Rassilon, Gallifrey was ruled by a matriarchy led by the Pythia, a group of female Gallifreyans that possessed incredible psychic powers and the power of precognition/premonition. (During this time, Gallifreyans believed strongly in magic and myth.) Then Rassilon and the Neo-Technologists came along, completely disrupting this ideology. (Rassilon also killed off most of the Pythia and the indigenous Gallifreyans.) The last of the Pythia was unable to see into the future near the end of her reign, and in order to gather more information on Rassilon's movement she recruited a skilled psychic Gallifreyan named Vael. When the plan failed, the Pythia sent Vael and her other followers to the planet Karn (where they became known as the Sisterhood of Karn), cursed Gallifrey with sterility, and committed suicide by throwing herself into an abyss beneath her temple.
As a result of the Pythia's curse (and/or killing off most of the indigenous Gallifreyans), Gallifreyans could no longer reproduce naturally and so Rassilon and co. (probably mostly Co., though Rassilon most likely took all of the credit) created Looms. (Plus, when you're a hivemind that can barely call itself a species, building your own bodies sounds like a pretty good idea.)
Looms basically work by weaving together a body from genetic material. Originally, they were a lot like traditional childbearing, in the sense that 1-6 people would want to have a kid and mix their genetic material in order to build one. By the Doctor's time, it's all gone a bit pear-shaped. Looms are connected to Houses, with a communal DNA base—so, basically, everyone in a House are biologically cousins. There aren't actually proper parents anymore, technically, since Gallifreyans are (for the most part, with the possible exception of a few renegades) asexual and each House is allotted a certain number of Cousins. (If they're allotted 45 Cousins, then by Rassilon, that's how many Cousins they'll have.) If a Loomling is lucky, one of their older Cousins will take on a parental role.
(And if you say, "But Susan—" I'll slap you. She was probably Loomed illegally, or she was an orphaned Gallifreyan girl the Doctor decided to adopt and the 'Grandfather' thing just stuck, or she's the Other's granddaughter—which would also automatically make her the Doctor's granddaughter [see below]. Also, the Doctor and his older brother Irving Braxiatel probably had the same DNA doners, if you want to slightly tweak how Looms work in the EU. Also, I'd like to point out that we don't know if the Doctor actually had a wife back on Gallifrey: the fandom just assumes she existed.)
2. What is the Cartmel Masterplan?
Okay, so, back in the Seventh Doctor era, Andrew Cartmel and some other Doctor Who writers thought too much had been "revealed" about the Doctor, so they decided to turn it all on its head and introduced a figure of Gallifreyan mythology known only as "the Other", one of the founders of Time Lord society. A lot of the myths are divided on who, or what, exactly the Other was—but a lot of people thought they were an alien (read: non-Gallifreyan/eldritch abomination).
Eventually, the Other ended up in the Matrix and was reincarnated into a Galifreyan body a couple million years later. They were born/loomed into the Great House of Lungbarrow, an Oldblood House in the Prydonian chapter, and eventually became the renegade Time Lord known as the Doctor.
3. What is Dr. Nyarlathotep?
Dr. Nyarlathotep is made up of a rather small subfandom of the Classic Who and EU fandoms and is actually something that’s explicitly implied in the novels with Seven (and, later, a few with Eight) where the Doctor (and all Time Lords/Gallifreyans, really) are really eldritch abominations. Specifically, the Doctor is Nyarlathotep. Yes, that Nyarlathotep. I can practically SEE you recoiling, but wait. The thing about Nyarlathotep is that he's a shapeshifter who often takes human form and is very interested in Earth. He even takes on humans as companions and takes them to places they otherwise never would be. Sound familiar?
"He is more than man. He is the troubler at the gate, the walker with the thousand forms; the part of the idiot god which embraces the pain of reason. He is the thing from the void that mocks the blind apes of truth. He is the dark messenger, Nya—"
Also, the Doctor and H.P. Lovecraft were in correspondence for a while, and the Doctor even considered taking him on as a companion (The Taking of Planet 5, 1999)
So, it's not that complicated. The Doctor = the Other = Nyarlathotep.
4. What is Faction Paradox?
Out of universe, Faction Paradox refers to the time-traveling group invented by Lawrence Miles that first appeared in the Eighth Doctor Adventures (EDA) novel Alien Bodies. They were a key part to the time war plot that began in that book and showed up in a few other EDAs. Their last EDA appearance was in The Ancestor Cell by Stephen Cole and Peter Anghelides, which ended that plot in a way Miles didn't like and considered non-canon for the Faction. So, because of the way copyright works, he was able to jump ship to another publishing company (and then another when Mad Norwegian Press stopped publishing FP books) and write stories featuring the Faction and other Whoniverse characters under different names. There were twelve audios published and right now the main source of Faction material is books.
In universe (in their own words):
First off, imagine…just for a second… that everything’s being run by a bunch of stuck-up immortals who live in the middle of history. Then imagine that some of them started getting itchy and got themselves kicked out. Then imagine that the ones who got kicked out are now having a kind of New Orleans voodoo-carnival across the rest of the universe, only killing anyone who gets in their way. Are you following this?
Essentially, a bunch of Time Lords got bored and left/were kicked off Gallifrey a long time ago, and they now amuse themselves by being as chaotic as possible in the middle of the War in Heaven while trying to stay somewhat neutral.
(The War in Heaven is essentially fought against the Time Lords and the Enemy with occasional help—on both sides—from the Faction, the CIA/Celestis, the Remote (media-controlled genetically engineered humans), and assorted eldritch abominations—including the Master's vampiric humanoid TARDIS. All that's known about the Enemy is that they are time-active and they are not the Daleks.)
They're known for wearing bone masks that are a cross between a Time Lord's skull and a vampire bat and having a pseudo-familial hierarchy. Grandfather Paradox never existed and now has never existed for over 200 years, but otherwise he's their founder. Their home base is the Eleven-Day Empire, a shadowy mash-up of London from various time zones that was created when the Faction bought the missing eleven days from when England switched over to the Gregorian calendar in September of 1752.
The Doctor is a renegade Time Lord from House of Lungbarrow in the Prydonian Chapter on the planet Gallifrey. To make a long story short, he stole a malfunctioning Type-40 TARDIS with his granddaughter Susan back in his first incarnation and they traveled the universe, often stopping on Earth. Since then, he’s developed an affection for the planet and often thinks of it as a second home. After the events of the Last Great Time War, he is the last Time Lord in existence and still finds himself on Earth more so than any other planet. (Strange how that happens, isn’t it?)
Currently in his Tenth incarnation, this Doctor is more human personality-wise than any of his former selves, save for possibly the Eighth Doctor. However, while he started out having a lot of faith in humanity, this faith was slowly stripped away during his travels with Martha Jones and (later) Donna Noble, and left him altogether after encountering the Midnight entity.
He did not stick around after letting Adeliaide Brooke back into her house on Earth after he had saved her and what remained of her crew from the Flood on Mars in 2059 and therefore never witnessed Adelaide’s suicide. Months or even years later the Master returned and nearly brought the Time War back with him. The Doctor managed to send the Time Lords back into the war with the Master's help. Wilfred Mott, Donna Noble's grandfather and the Doctor's companion at the time, stepped into a radiation chamber to help the scientist who had been trapped inside. Once the Time Lords were gone, the chamber went critical, leaving the Doctor with two options: he could save Wilf and enter the chamber himself, or he could leave Wilf to die a slow death by radiation poisoining when the chamber flooded.
He chose the latter, refusing to save Wilfred. The Doctor then took off in his TARDIS and traveled alone, shunning any offer of companionship.
Somewhere in the back of his mind, he knew it was a bad idea. He didn't care.
During his travels alone after the events on Bowie Base One and the Time Lords’ attempt to break Gallifrey out of the timelock, the Doctor slowly lost most (if not all) of his morals and found himself turning more and more to violence to solve his problems or those of whichever planet he landed on—sometimes without even thinking; he would also psychologically mess with whoever he encountered on his travels.
He has altered fixed points, toppled governments, and destroyed whole planets. While the Doctor will refer to himself the Time Lord Victorious, others know him as the Oncoming Storm, the Destroyer of Worlds, and/or (in very few circles) the Valeyard.
The Doctor is Number One Most Wanted on Torchwood, U.N.I.T., and the Shadow Proclamation’s lists. (He’s an insane time-travelling serial killer with absolute authority over Time. That should be a pretty good indication as to why they are after him.)
He is obsessed with avoiding regeneration and is aware of the multi-verse.
The Time Lord Victorious
After saving what remained of Captain Adelaide Brooke’s team from the Flood on Bowie Base One, the Doctor did not stick around to see how Adelaide reacted to his declaration of being the Time Lord Victorious. Fast forward to finally answering the Oods’ summons, battling the Master and the other Time Lords, and Wilfred being trapped in the radiation chamber. Instead of saving him, he left Wilfred to die.
Having escaped regeneration, he kept traveling—kept running. Sometimes he travels with a companion; sometimes he’s alone.
During his travels alone, he slowly lost most (if not all) of his morals and found himself turning more and more to violence to solve his problems—sometimes without even thinking; he would also psychologically mess with whoever he encountered on his travels.
The Doctor is Number One Most Wanted on Torchwood, U.N.I.T., and the Shadow Proclamation’s lists. (He’s an insane time-travelling serial killer with absolute authority over Time. That should be a pretty good indication as to why they are after him.) He is obsessed with avoiding regeneration and is aware of the multi-verse.
"In the Furnace of Our Love" [Complete]
"The Hero With Blood in His Eyes" [Complete]
"In the Dark" [Complete]
"The Red Room" [Complete]
"Guten Appetiet!" [Complete]
"Anyone Home?" [Complete]
"Blood Magick" [Complete]
Curiosity - co-author: badwolfgirlicouldkissyou - two-parter [Complete]
"The H o r r o r of Our Love" [Complete]
The Protector - co-author: The Doctor's Charlene
But since she's trapped in his universe until the walls between universes open up again and she can go back home, it seems as though he's stuck with her.
One Day - co-author: badwolfgirlicouldkissyou
"My Ghosts are Gaining on Me" [Complete]
This series/verse has two alternate timelines that branch off from the main verse/timeline at various points.
Alternate Timeline #1: The Time Lord Chronicles
The Doctor was snooping around in a hospital in late 1990s California when he stumbled across a portable Yeerk pool disguised as a Jacuzzi and accidentally fell in. Now he’s the first-ever Time Lord-Controller, and he’s not happy about it. His Yeerk (Essak 135 of the Sulp Niar pool), on the other hand, couldn’t be more thrilled.
Alternate Timeline #2: Nightbane
The Doctor somehow—he really isn’t sure how it happened, really—ends up in the Nightbane universe, where he meets a 23-year-old Nightbane named Anjelika… who seems very, very familiar. The only problem is, he’s fairly certain they’ve never met before. Or have they…?
01. Night’s Fate [NSFW]
02. "Dark Cravings" [NSFW]
04. Empty Words, an Iron Cage
05. Midnight Conversations
06. You’ll Wake Up in the Dead of Night [NSFW]
07. Bad Boy [NSFW]
08. Prey [NSFW]
09. Farther Away
10. First Christmas
11. kitty!Anj (placeholder title)
12. Lust [NSFW]
13. Under the Influence [NSFW]
14. Can I Keep You? [NSFW]
15. In the Living Room of the TARDIS [NSFW]
16. Last Wishes
17. Sign of Weakness
19. Hell Hath No Fury [NSFW]
20. Where My Demons Hide [NSFW]
21. hip scarf [NSFW] (placeholder title)
22. Inappropriate Dinner Etiquette [NSFW]
23. Spill It
24. Mirrors are Portals
25. Crazy On You [NSFW]
26. Whisper [NSFW]
27. Wicked Game
28. The Oxidizing Angel
29. On Loomlings
30. Fire and Ice
31. Devils [NSFW]
32. Wild Card [NSFW]
33. Valentine’s Day [NSFW]
I feel her, I see her. The sun caught in her raven hair is blazing in me out of all control...
There's plants in the TARDIS. Teine, the dark alternate Tenth Doctor, finds out, and is not amused in the slightest.
Or, five times Teine says xe doesn't love Anjelika, and the one time xe admits it. [Drabble collection]
A summer night, and a long-forgotten dream. She is here in the moonlit stream. She's so lonely, her soul screams to be free. She calls to you, "Boy, give your heart to me." —Inkubus Sukkubus, "Come to Me (Song of the Water Nymph)"
Winchester Crash Course
When thirteen-year-old Annabelle Hareven’s family was killed in a wendigo attack, she didn’t expect to be the only one to survive, nor that she would be saved by two hunters called Sam and Dean. It wasn’t long before she joined the two brothers as they taught her everything they knew about the supernatural evils that live in the dark corners and back roads of America … and how to kill them. She also didn’t expect to fall in love with another teenage hunter, or find out that she could play a crucial role in the war against heaven, hell, and everything in between.
What she definitely didn’t count on was running away with a mysterious alien with a bigger-on-the-inside police box that could travel in both time and space: The Doctor, the Time Lord also known as the Oncoming Storm and the Bringer of Darkness.
There was a reason for those nicknames. She just didn’t want to find out that reason so early on in their travels.
Note: splits off from the canon timeline soon after "The End of Time", where the Doctor 1) does not know about Adelaide Brooke's suicide in "The Waters of Mars"; and 2) refused to save Wilfred from the radiation chamber after Rassilon, the Master, the Time Lords, and Gallifrey had all gone back into the timelock, thereby leaving Donna's grandfather to die.
1. Winchester Crash Course - author: annabellehareven-winchester [Complete]
2. Passing the Test - author: annabellehareven-winchester [Abandoned]
3. "Break the Silence" [Complete]
4. Fright Night
5. Smooth Criminal
6. Bleed (I Must Be Dreaming)
7. The Tell-Tale Heart
8. Mark of Cain
9. Dancing with a Wolf
10. The Only One
11. The Demons That You Hide [Complete]
12. Lose Control
Rose fell into the Void instead of being taken to Pete’s World. She was rescued and then brainwashed by the Master into killing the Doctor. When she finally caught up him, the other Time Lords basically screwed everything up by attempting to break out of the timelock as part of Rassilon’s Final Sanction.
When everything was over, the Master had vanished—presumed dead—and she was back with the Doctor on his TARDIS. Eventually they came to trust and love each other all over again, though she is haunted by the Master’s voice, the sound of drums, and Bad Wolf.
01. Back to the Beginning
02. Master of Manipulation
NOTE: I have been writing this AU version of the Tenth Doctor for well over two years by now, through both regular short stories and roleplay threads. As such, most of the content on here can also be found on his Tumblr blog (and obviously, has already been written out and more-or-less set in stone). I will NOT change who he is or how he acts simply because you as a reader cannot handle or does not like reading about dark characters. He is a serial killer, his sense of morality is very much not that of a human (even if this incarnation's personality is more human than previous ones), and he is often written in a sexually dominant and aggressive manner. Again, if you can't handle that, then you probably shouldn't be here.