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  1. Summary

    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.

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  2. Summary

    Teine, the alternate dark Tenth Doctor, somehow—he really isn’t sure how it happened, really—ends up meeting 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…?

    [Co-written with NightsAngelInTheTARDIS.

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  3. Summary

    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.

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  4. Summary

    A collection of drabbles/one-shots. Most (if not all) serve as headcanons for Teine, my Dark!Tenth Doctor muse in his main universe. You can find out more about him here.

    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.

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