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ALIENS OF DOCTOR WHO: ICE WARRIORS

Described by the Doctor as “a fine and noble race who built an empire out of snow”, the Ice Warriors were a species of reptiles native to the planet Mars. Adult, fully armoured Ice Warriors were large, imposing reptilian humanoids, up to seven feet tall. Unarmoured, they had flattened, scaly faces with sharp fangs and thin green tongues. Ice Warriors disliked lying, though they would do so when necessary. They believed that a victim of murder would not rest in peace until their killer had atoned for the crime. By 1881 Mars’ atmosphere had all but evaporated, and the surface was lifeless. Iraxxa, Queen Empress and her sentinel Friday decided that the Ice Warriors could not survive without help. Alpha Centauri came to their aid, welcoming the indigenous Martians into the Galactic Federation. This led to the Martian Golden Age, and the Ice Warriors spreading across the galaxy.

“if they were to fight it wouldnt even BE a fight”   

this is an idea i had some time ago and i had to doodle it out quickly. i WILL redraw this as an actual drawing when i have time to do it (im in the middle of exams) but yeah! hope u enjoy
orion aint gonna have a good time

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The power of a glance has been so much abused in love stories, that it has come to be disbelieved in. Few people dare now to say that two beings have fallen in love because they have looked at each other. Yet it is in this way that love begins, and in this way only.

Kocham Cię

Ok so idk if you’ve noticed but Charlie is the only character to say Matteusz as Mattay-oosh (the way it’s pronounced in Polish) and I have so many feelings about this?? I was thinking either it’s something left over from when the TARDIS taught him English (which is unlikely because why would it do that? Surely if it taught him Polish too he’d get a load of other languages which we’ve never seen?) OR my preferred option: he actually cares about his boyfriend enough to make sure he says it right Every. Single. Time. and maybe, maybe he corrects the others, especially Quill when she says ‘matty-us’ because it’s just noT right and all I can think of now is Matteusz and Charlie sitting together and talking about their old lives in their old countries and perhaps Matteusz misses the Polish accent, especially now that he’s not living at home anymore, and he teaches Charlie just a little bit. How to introduce himself, to say his name. Charlie is enthralled by the intricate beauty of other Earth languages so later he goes onto the Internet and looks up phrases on google translate, hesitantly sounding them out, copying the automated 'speak it to me’ voice. The first words he learns?
“Kocham Cię”