Raston by Gideon Jacob [Reviews - 1]
When the Tardis lands in a Moon base in 2008 the Doctor meets yet another old aquaintance and discovers they are attempting to dig up something once described as the most perfect killing machine ever invented.
Part 4: The End of the World by Soldeed [Reviews - 13]
With a beloved friend to save and enemies old and new to fight, the Doctor will call upon all his skills and ingenuity. But can he still win if fate itself seems to conspire against him?
Congratulations by Gallimar [Reviews - 3]
It had been both of her Doctors: One tall and dark and threatening, the other young, foolish and smiley. Neither looked too delighted to see her. In the dream something was wrong. In the dream The Doctor was hurt, dying.
Lotos by Vive La Bagatelle [Reviews - 5]
The Doctor decides that a holiday is the best way to ease mounting tensions in the TARDIS - after all, what can possibly go wrong in Bognor Regis? Unforunately, they never get to find out as the TARDIS is drawn to the planet Lotos, where an encounter with a pair of familiar faces leads to trouble.
Flipping the Coin by Comet [Reviews - 6]
Every story, like every coin, has two sides. This is the other one. Another drabble written for the dw100 "Ooh, Shiny!" challenge. (No specific spoilers, but if you haven't watched "The End of The World" it won't make any sense.)
Characters: The Doctor (Other), The Master (Other) Series: None
Word count: 3662
Fiber by LilacFree [Reviews - 13]
Calla Lily Moore gets to see her first alien planet. She'll probably get into trouble. The Doctor has companions just so they can get into trouble, but this time he looks like Sean Bean so it must be okay.