The Journey Home by Ciaviel [Reviews - 0]
"In the mountains of southern Gallifrey, high up on the slopes live the Time Lords some say are descended from one of the greatest Time Lords, the Doctor. When the winter snows are deep, and they huddle for warmth in their gilded halls, tales are told about his deeds. One, in particular, is a favorite on long winter nights."
A New Heaven and Earth by Ciaviel [Reviews - 1]
"For those who encounter the Doctor on the wrong side of a conflict, either he can be merciful and compassionate, or the antagonist discovers why the Doctor is called The Oncoming Storm or The Destroyer of Worlds. For those who are witness to his compassion, the effect is no less destructive--it generally produces a kind of death and rebirth." from Tales of the Gallifreyan Countryside, collected by Elizabeth A. Stackler
Night Will be no More by Ciaviel [Reviews - 0]
"It was said that the Doctor was cursed to wander the universe, in search of knowledge, to 'neither flux, nor wither, nor change [his] state'. He is often reported as saying that the day he knows everything would be the day he would quit wandering. While others report that the real reason he wanders is because he dared to aspire to divinity, the forbidden fruit of Time Lord society." from Tales of the Gallifreyan Countryside, collected by Elizabeth A. Stackler
Ice and Fire by Ciaviel [Reviews - 2]
"The Doctor rarely traveled without companions--some legends in their own right like the Imperiatrix of Gallifrey, Romana. It is not known how many companions there were or precisely what their relationship was with the Doctor. Many went on to continue the Doctor's work--correcting injustices and imbalances, while others faded back into obscurity. What unites them all is their unhesitating ability to leap into perilous places, not for the Doctor, but for what is right." from Tales of the Gallifreyan Countryside, collected by Elizabeth A. Stackler