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

Penname:ElderoftheUniverse ()
Member Since:2014.01.26
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Long time Doctor Who fan finally deciding to post my musings regarding how the Doctor would get past the 12 regeneration limit long held as canon. I came up with the basic idea years ago, and decided to write it out when I began to fear the current creative team were planning on co-opting the event. To tell the truth, I'm not happy with the current direction of the show, and the (in my opinion) poor execution of the grand event by the creative team (yes you, Steven Moffat), led me to finally craft it into a cohesive tale.

I'm hoping that people will enjoy what I came up with. I tried my best to honor the old while respecting the new, all the while crafting my own universe to play in. If people like it, I may write more, so please, let me know.

For anyone interested, the actors I envisioned in the roles:

The 13th Doctor - Steve Valentine

Tobias - Rupert Grint

The New Doctor - Andrew Lee Potts

Feedback and constructive criticism always welcome.

Thanks for reading!
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A Change In Time by ElderoftheUniverse [Reviews - 1]
Written prior to, and disregarding, certain events portrayed in Day of the Doctor and Time of the Doctor. Imagine a universe where the Doctor continued on to his 13th incarnation normally. How would his final regeneration end, and, more importantly, what would come next?
Other Doctors - All Ages - None - Action/Adventure, Alternate Universe
Characters: Other Character(s), The Daleks, The Doctor (Author-Created), The TARDIS
Series: None
Published: 2014.01.26 - Updated: 2014.01.26 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: No - Word Count: 6636



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