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Tenth Doctor
The Emerald City by Ciaviel [Reviews - 3] Printer Chapter or Story

1. Chapter 1 by Ciaviel [Reviews - 2] (762 words)
This story was inspired by some research at "U-Dub" into the very technobabble the Doctor mentions over Thai food.

Fremont really is the self-styled center of the universe, and every summer there's a huge parade for the solstice.

2. Chapter 2 by Ciaviel [Reviews - 0] (553 words)
The brewery in which the party takes place was inspired by Big Time Brewery: http://www.bigtimebrewery.com

3. Chapter 3 by Ciaviel [Reviews - 0] (736 words)
This chapter has some references to the Gallifrey audios by Big Finish. I don't think I've spoiled them, and I don't think they're necessary to this story. (But worth a listen--as with any Big Finish production--if you can find them.)

4. Chapter 4 by Ciaviel [Reviews - 0] (762 words)
The German Dr. Hill quotes is from a play, "The Physicists," by Dürrenmatt. "What once has been thought can no longer be taken back."

5. Chapter 5 by Ciaviel [Reviews - 0] (1239 words)

6. Chapter 6 by Ciaviel [Reviews - 0] (584 words)

7. Chapter 7 by Ciaviel [Reviews - 0] (1447 words)

8. Chapter 8 by Ciaviel [Reviews - 1] (1309 words)

9. Chapter 9 by Ciaviel [Reviews - 0] (1660 words)



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