Member since: 2003.10.05
When I started growing hair on my forehead, I knew all was lost. Then I was born. I have lost the Pulitzer Prize more often than I had expected. My feet itch. Spandex does not belong on a Dalek, not even during a mid-life crisis.
Andred Misses the Point, Leela Catches Him Up by Magnus Greel [Reviews - 0]
Nuptial-related culture clash. Takes place in the minutes immediately following the fourth Doctor's departure, at the end of "The Invasion of Time", on Gallifrey.
Characters: K-9, Leela
Doctor Who and the Sopranians by Magnus Greel [Reviews - 0]
My quest is to insert Doctor Six into as many crazy, inappropriate crossovers as super-humanly possible. Here Six bumps into Tony Soprano, and is almost bumped off.
Characters: Peri Brown, The Doctor (6th)
Doctor Who: The Enema Within by Magnus Greel [Reviews - 6]
The Eighth Doctor throws another fit about the world coming to an end, on December 31, 2000. Grace reacts very Gracefully to the whole thing, as one might imagine. For a big finish, there's the previously-mentioned end of the planet.
Characters: Grace Holloway, The Doctor (8th)
Characters: The Doctor (11th)
Characters: Original Companion
Notes From Oblivion by Magnus Greel [Reviews - 1]
Unearthly Child happens differently, owing to interference with time. Earth, that planet we tend to value a great deal, suffers as a result, as do we.
Characters: Barbara Wright
Characters: Jo Grant
The Frosting of Angst by Magnus Greel [Reviews - 7]
Doctors Three and Ten are prisoners of the Master, and the Tenth is naked and covered in cake. You heard me. Did I mention the annoying forty foot tall lobster?
Characters: The Doctor (10th), The Doctor (3rd), The Master (Delgado)
Series: All Cake and No Clothes
The Shortest and Most Ill-Considered Crossover Story Ever Written by Magnus Greel [Reviews - 2]
The Sixth Doctor intrudes into yet another series, and this time it's The Prisoner. You see, I look upon Doctor Six as the cosmos's most dangerous uninvited guest.
Characters: The Doctor (6th)
Characters: Leela, The Doctor (4th)
The Utterly Non-Committal, Generic, All-Purpose Eleventh Doctor Story by Magnus Greel [Reviews - 25]
Some things of some sort happen to a Doctor we don't know yet, and Unspecified Companion. They suffer greatly at the hands of some old enemy or historical figure or maybe a vacuum cleaner with a faulty wire causing it to blow up and emperil the universe. It's hard to say.
Characters: The Doctor (11th), Unspecified Companion
Time_Shatters by Magnus Greel [Reviews - 4]
The second Doctor's final story. The TARDIS breaches Rassilon's Wall, giving an unstoppable enemy access to time travel Technology. This is part of a long-term story, but is self-contained and stands on its own. The longer story starts with "Notes From Oblivion", continues with this chapter, then goes on in "Lines of Time and Song".
Characters: The Doctor (2nd)