mouseferatu: (keeping up)
Rasputin's alleged mesmeric powers and great knowledge, as well as the great difficulties involved in killing him, were because he was, in fact, a regeneration of the Time Lord Mortimus, aka "The Meddling Monk." Discuss.
mouseferatu: (TARDIS)
First and foremost, I want Steven Moffat to run a D&D campaign for me.

That said, some questions and theories. Spoilers up through The Pandorica Opens!Do not click if you haven't watched! Seriously, don't. )
mouseferatu: (TARDIS)
Just guesswork on my part, here, but this does include spoilers up through the end of the Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone two-parter. You have been warned. )
mouseferatu: (ood)
I believe the time has come for a Star Wars/Doctor Who crossover, to be titled "Knights of the Ood Republic."

Of course, the fact that I believe this may be why publishers and studios aren't beating down my door with invitations to take over their programming schedules...

WHOa

Apr. 26th, 2010 09:47 pm
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(Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] cavalorn for posting this.)
mouseferatu: (TARDIS)
Interesting little conundrum, here. (Unless there's an official, canonical answer of which I'm unaware, which is entirely possible.)

If two Time Lords are biologically related--siblings, parent and offspring, whatever--and both have regenerated at least once, are they still considered biologically (as opposed to culturally) related?

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