dw rewrite

This was inspired by what my husband and I always pictured if Branch ended up helping out with the rainbow hair. Poppy looks like the cutest little Alfred E Neuman and Branch kinda looks like a disgruntled fennec fox but I hope you enjoy… Ahhh that rainbow hair was nearly the death of me but I felt this needed full color. Oh my gah… The sticks in Branch’s hair lol.

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Ever wonder what might have happened if things had been just a little different? If that virus hadn’t been released? If that wrong turn hadn’t been taken? If that lever hadn’t slipped?

Well why not find out? Timestream is an extended, advanced Doctor Who RPG set in an alternate multiverse. Become your favourite characters, step into the shoes of a historical figure, seize control of races and organisations and stage your own invasion. Write your own episode and see it play out in front of you. Craft that backstory, fix that death, secure that lever. Travel back into the Time War itself.

Now reopening on Jcink for wider access, Timesream is part character study and part new series reboot. A new collaborative writing project in the form of a text-based RPG,  we aim to explore and re-imagine the extended world of Doctor Who. We’ll provide explanations, background information and corrections and fill in plot holes, through the creation and development of our own ‘alternate multiverse’.

Replies :)

nuttydazesublime replied to your photo “Griffinmere - Round 9: Goodie-Bakley on my DW! :) I had to rewrite…”

Very cool couple, DeeDee! I love Seth`s nose and Raven`s name and their appearence is very stylish! They could “play concerts” all over the hood to earn some cash: each cheering sim could count as 100 simolean donation, for example, to support sturving musicians with a baby on their hands! :))) I also loved the home tour - your houses look so cozy and lived in! Loved that fire thingy on the roof and the one, which fried Seth a little! :D Also impressed by your abi

Ahh, thanks! ^^ I’m pretty sure Seth’s nose is a Goodie nose, so I can’t take any credits (I think it’s Faith’s?). That’s a great idea, actually, i’ll keep it in mind! :D

davidmont replied to your photoset “Raven and Seth’s little monotone house :)”

Beautiful OMG

Thank you so much :3

Doctor Who rewritten - Confused by her peculiar lingering memories, Donna visits a certain unusual consultant.

Sherlock: So, who was murdered and why should I care?
Donna: Uh, no one, I -
Sherlock: Then I don’t care.
Donna: But -
Sherlock: Look to your left. See that wooden thing there? It’s called a door. I think you’ll get along well. Good afternoon, Miss -
Donna: Oi, you listen to me, Clue Man! I didn’t travel all this way for nothing. You’re looking for interesting cases, right? Well, what if I told you that I have memories - vivid ones - of Mount Vesuvius erupting?
Sherlock: So? You obviously survived. Yay, you.
Donna: …No, but that was thousands of years ago.
Sherlock: Was it?
Donna: Yessss. What’d you think, I meant yesterday?!
Sherlock: I only just learned that the Earth revolves around Venus - or the Sun, or whatever object John here insists that we travel around - last month. Why should I concern myself with France’s volcanic history?
Donna: Rome’s.
Sherlock: Again, what’s it to me?
Donna: Well, it isn’t just that. Every night, I have the strangest dreams. A library covering an entire planet, bees disappearing, these bald creatures with spaghetti stuffed in their months, a man with a rubbish name - something like ‘Captain Jackoff Hardness’, white fluffy things that jump out of fat, meeting Agatha Christie, giant insects - oh, and throughout it all, I’m with a Martian as skinny as a toothpick and the hair of a wild bird, who -
Sherlock: Your point?
Donna: It feels like something’s missing. Something major. Like I have amnesia, but I don’t even remember that I have it. I don’t know, maybe I’ve been drugged because I witnessed a murder? Or…something. Please, Mr. Holmes, it’s been nearly 12 months. I’ve seen 4 psychiatrists - none of them have helped. Do you -
Sherlock: Yes.
Donna: Yes…what?
Sherlock: Yes, I’ll take the case. You’ll pay well. Not that I usually care about money, but I wouldn’t mind draining a lottery winner of her wealth.
Donna: Oh. At least you’re honest. Most people - wait, how’d you know I won the lottery?
Sherlock: Please. With earrings like those? Clearly pricey, not to mention tacky. Plus, the painted nails. And the haircut. And the velvet top. The whole look screams new money, done up by someone overly excited by it all, not making wise decisions. And how else besides the lottery could a former temp look that way?
Donna: How’d you know -
Sherlock: That after 14 to 16-and-a-half years as a temporary office staff member, you quit thanks to your lottery win and are now concentrating on conceiving a flock of bossy little ginger children? Your knees.
Donna: My knees…told you all that? Oh you are mad! I like it.
Sherlock: But change the name. Your last name, Temple-Noble. Sounds like a religious estate. Only adds to the number of people befriending you for your money. Either that, or it gives the impression that you’re royalty. Which clearly you’re not.
Donna: Oi, and rude!  Don’t think I’ve never met anyone quite like you.
Sherlock: Yes, well I may be rude but at least I’m not…ginger. Now, talk. And John, stop staring; Breasts are only a pair of mammary glands.

  • *Doctor Who fandom complains that they didn't cast a woman as the new Doctor*
  • BBC/Doctor Who producers: Okay well surprise Missy in fact the Master. We gave you a Time Lord that changed genders.
  • *Doctor Who fandom complains that the Master is now a female because she kissed the Doctor and that is something that should have been done when the Master was male*
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Ever wonder what might have happened if things had been just a little different? If that virus hadn’t been released? If that wrong turn hadn’t been taken? If that lever hadn’t slipped?

Well why not find out? Timestream is an extended, advanced Doctor Who RPG set in an alternate multiverse. Become your favourite characters, step into the shoes of a historical figure, seize control of races and organisations and stage your own invasion. Write your own episode and see it play out in front of you. Craft that backstory, fix that death, secure that lever. Travel back into the Time War itself.

Now reopening on Jcink for wider access, Timesream is part character study and part new series reboot. A new collaborative writing project in the form of a text-based RPG,  we aim to explore and re-imagine the extended world of Doctor Who. We’ll provide explanations, background information and corrections and fill in plot holes, through the creation and development of our own ‘alternate multiverse’.

Doctor Who rewritten - After saving Madge and her family, the Eleventh Doctor pops over to just a few months earlier and a few neighborhoods away to visit a fantastic man

Eleven: ‘Ello! I’m -
Nine: Who the hell are you?
Eleven: Young and rude? Wowzer. As I was saying, I’m the caretaker. Now don’t ask me “Caretaker who?”. Just the Caretaker.
Nine: Ah, wrong house then. You don’t look like an orphan girl. Sorry. But first, tell me. Uh, might seem like a stupid question, but then again I’m pretty stupid, me. Have you noticed an object that fell from the sky recently?
Eleven: You mean besides all the big loud explode-y things from the air raid? No…not recently. And you are most certainly not at the wrong house. Have you seen this house? It’s gorgeous! And I should know, I live in a quite an extraordinary place myself. Come on in, Doctor. I’ll cook you up a nice Christmas Eve dinner. Let me guess: just a banana will do?
Nine: Nah, not really hungry. I’ve got a good stomach. And I better get back to - wait, how’d you know my name?
Eleven: Ah. That. Yes. Uh, see I’m a student. Earning my doctorate in History, and you’re all over the books. You and Rose Tyler? You’re the stuff of legend! It’s an honor to meet you, really.
Nine: Thanks? I would say the same to you, but I’d rather not lie.
Eleven: 'Course not. No, you don’t seem like a liar. Not at all. Tell you what though: just come in to use the phone. Perhaps somehow it’ll help you locate Captain Ja -  uh, that big sky-falling-y thinga-majig you mentioned.
Nine: Oh, alright. Just for a sec then, thanks.
Eleven: No problem! May I take your coat? That’s quite magnificent leather there. Leather is cool. I’d wear some myself, but it really doesn’t suit this face. Best left with my young, “Watch out Universe, I’m a tough guy!” phase.