5 Works in Thirteenth Doctor & Original Character(s)
10 Sep 2019
After materializing randomly, the Doctor is forced to strike out onto an unknown planet alone. The planet she lands on is home only to a small colony of Tractites and humans, but something is off. Tensions are rising between the two species, and all of it has to do with circumstances beyond anyone’s control. The Doctor has to find out what’s going on and put a stop to it. Because that’s the right thing to do. Right?
- Part 2 of Gods Among Us
♫ i don’t know...
if i’m in love with you
or the idea of loving you ♫
fate certainly had a funny way of pulling them back together.
a new doctor and an old companion.
ana didn't know if she could go through the heartache again but well, there's always a first time for everything.
based off of 'the one with time travel'
not needed to read first but information about ana can be found on my tumblr.
- Part 3 of Lionheart Chronicles
Fandoms: Doctor Who (2005)
24 Jan 2019
Beth thought she was alone, so she tried to cope as best she could. Then the Doctor came, and she wasn't alone any more. But she still had things to cope with, she still did the things she always did. But without the Doctor- how could she let the Doctor know, how could the Doctor ever understand. So in that way, Beth knew she would always be alone. Or at least she thought she knew, but the Doctor may have something to add on the subject.
warnings for semi-graphic descriptions of self-harm, potentially suicidal thoughts and general mental health issues
adorable thirteenth doctor in full swing, complete with not-sure-what-to-do mode
title comes from the 13th's TARDIS interior - all those glowing crystal pillars
- Part 1 of The Erotic Adventures Of Doctor Who
Being a woman is hard enough. Being an immortal time-traveling alien woman with no experience of ever being a member of the female gender? A little bit harder. After a lonely (and life-changing) regeneration, the 13th Doctor sets out to find herself a companion and figure out a new body with a new gender.