A Teaspoon And An Open Mind: A Doctor Who Fan Fiction Archive

Penname:padmesigma (Padme)
Member Since:2014.01.09
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The Rebel Children of Gallifrey by padmesigma [Reviews - 0]
A series of AU episode/story adaptations where the Doctor and the Master have traveled together (and been married) since they left Gallifrey. The idea is to take a look at certain stories and use them as a loose framework, then twist them for how it might have gone if they were traveling together. They won't be done in chronological order, unfortunately, but rather as mostly stand-alone stories done as I decide on an episode or story to adapt. They will all be set in the same continuity, however, and may reference each other.
Multi-Era - - None - Alternate Universe, Romance, Series, Slash
Characters: None
Open: No

The Night of the Time Lords by padmesigma [Reviews - 1]
The Doctor and the Master attempt to rescue a crashing ship above Karn, only to be caught in the wreck themselves. The Sisterhood of Karn pulls the rebel children of Gallifrey back into the Time War, determined to end it once and for all.
Eighth Doctor, Other Doctors - Teen - None - Alternate Universe, Series, Slash
Characters: The Doctor (8th), The Master (Roberts), The Doctor (War), The Master (Author-Created), The Master (Other)
Series: The Rebel Children of Gallifrey
Published: 2014.01.09 - Updated: 2014.01.09 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 3765

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