mercury64 (Jim)

Member since: 2009.01.22
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Doctor Who fan of many regenerations. The third and fourth Doctor and the Brigadier made many a Saturday night entertaining. The ninth and tenth Doctor brought the fun back. This is my first attempt at fan fiction but I hope not my last. Let me know what you think of my efforts, only that way can I learn and (hopefully) improve.

Currently working on a \'string\' of stories involving The Doctor (Eleven and Amy) and multi-doctor companions from the past, but a few \'technical\' issues (i.e. the creative parts of my brain aren\'t working!) are keeping me back, which I hope I can resolve soon to stop me Climbing Up the Walls.

Got a few ideas about \'older\' Doctor regenerations in mind, but will wait until The Strands of Time have been bound together again before unleashing \'The Oncoming Storm\' on to the site.

Stories

A Little Reflection on the Toss of a Coin by mercury64 [Reviews - 5]
How can a simple coin make a person sad? How often does the Doctor think about his past life and his home? Does he ever think about his family? Is he always lonely even with his companions?

Characters: Jo Grant, Original Companion, Sergeant Benton
Series: None

  • Published: 2009.04.17
  • Updated: 2009.04.18
  • Chapters: 1
  • Completed: Yes
  • Word count: 1529

Strands of Time by mercury64 [Reviews - 5]
Strand one: What was the mysterious event that caused Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart to think about his future in the army? Who is the strange young man who saved in life in 1967? Moreover, should he accept the offer to join a new command? Strand two: As the Doctor and Amy take a well earned break, nothing can spoil their rest. Or can it? For Whom The Cloister Bell Tolls, it tolls for thee. Strand Three: If you thought something was wrong would you help or would you just walk away? What if you did walk away what would happen? Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright have a dilema on there hands. What is the mystery of Totters Lane? Who is Susan Foreman? Who is the strange ‘schools inspector’?

Characters: Amy Pond, Barbara Wright, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, Ian Chesterton, Susan Foreman, The Doctor (11th)
Series: None

  • Published: 2010.06.08
  • Updated: 2010.07.21
  • Chapters: 3
  • Completed: No
  • Word count: 4834

The Brigadier and the Paper Monsters by mercury64 [Reviews - 5]
When the Brigadier first joined the army, the thought of facing the enemy filled him with apprehension, but not as much as facing the Paper Monsters.

Characters: Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart
Series: None

  • Published: 2010.09.28
  • Updated: 2010.09.28
  • Chapters: 1
  • Completed: Yes
  • Word count: 489

The Doctor's Dilemma by mercury64 [Reviews - 3]
What would you do if you had the chance to change history? What would you do if you could change your past and your future? Ian Chesterton has a plan, but should he be allowed to save the world from its own future?

Characters: Barbara Wright, Ian Chesterton, Susan Foreman
Series: None

  • Published: 2010.02.17
  • Updated: 2010.02.17
  • Chapters: 1
  • Completed: Yes
  • Word count: 2006

The Doctor's Trek by mercury64 [Reviews - 15]
What would happen if two future realities crossed over and the 10th Doctor encountered the captain and crew of the Starship Enterprise? What would the logical Spock make of the irrational genius that is the Doctor? Moreover, what has he got on his feet?

Characters: Martha Jones, Original Companion, The TARDIS
Series: None

  • Published: 2009.12.14
  • Updated: 2010.01.05
  • Chapters: 7
  • Completed: Yes
  • Word count: 7039

United Resistance by mercury64 [Reviews - 3]
What is the strange object that has crash landed in the north of Scotland? What connects it to a similar incident in the Russian Ural Mountains? What really happened at Tunguska in 1908? Will Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart and U.N.I.T. find out the truth?

Characters: Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, John Benton, Mike Yates, Other Character(s), UNIT
Series: None

  • Published: 2009.02.06
  • Updated: 2009.02.06
  • Chapters: 1
  • Completed: Yes
  • Word count: 4973