tardis console room

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I walked out of the TARDIS closet wearing a dark blue, lace dress, the color of the TARDIS, his favorite color. I was hoping to impress him tonight. I was in a fairytale crow as a headband which made me feel like a princess, silver sparkled high heels that made me tall and confident. I wore a silver diamond wristband, diamond stud earrings, and my copy of the TARDIS key round my neck. For makeup I did a simple smokey eye, complimented by a deep, blood red lipstick covered by gloss, and finally, I changed up my hair. I usually had it straight or in a pony/bun, but tonight I let it all out. Most dramatically, I DIED THE BOTTOM HALF OF IT! A light shade of a teal-ish blue. I walked around the corner into the TARDIS console room. “Well… What do you think?” I asked the Doctor. He as usual, was far to busy with all the buttons. I wasn’t about to give up. I walked dangerously close to him leaning my hip against the console. “Doctor?” “Hmmm?” He replied still not looking up. “You told me to dress nicely, I want to know if this is alright.” He hesitated a moment, but when he started to look up he must of noticed my closeness, because his eyes widened, he looked from the bottom of me up very slowly. As he reached my face he finally gave a verbal reaction. “W-wow.” “Is it too much?” I asked growing nervous now. “Oh no! It’s perfect! It se…” He caught himself and swallowed roughly. “I mean… Um…” I blushed as I realized what he was going to say. He simply smiled. And I knew it was going to be a fun evening.

  1. mcatv1posts said: i so love ur posts…i used to make avatars for second life and wanted to do an avengers section to my clothing and avatar range…got as far as making a house that jack built tardis console room for the dr who community…love ur posts

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And no, it isn’t the Doctor.

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Jayman White is from the countryside of Sunshine Coast Australia.

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And no, it isn’t the Doctor.

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Jayman White is from the countryside of Sunshine Coast Australia.

When he’s not recreating the inside of the greatest time-space travel machine the universe has ever seen, he works part-time in construction with his father, and as a barista/bartender the rest of the time.

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When he’s not recreating the inside of the greatest time-space travel machine the universe has ever seen, he works part-time in construction with his father, and as a barista/bartender the rest of the time.

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Kyros growled in frustration as the alarms on his newly apprehended TARDIS began to announce the presence of yet another TARDIS. "I don't want to find the stupid TARDIS! I want to find Ariadne!" he roared, slamming his fist against the console. Yet the AI went completely silent, having landed directly in the other TARDIS's console room. Kyros threw open the door, gun raised, thinking for sure he had found the Doctor, only to come face-to-face with a child such as himself. (for whichever muse)

The Eldest of the offspring stood at the console, he was just about to load up the holodeck to do some combat training when the sound of another TARDIS… appearing within theirs? A blonde brow quirked up slowly turned around as he reached for his sonic laser screwdriver, quickly setting the frequencies to ‘incinerate’.

As the doors opened he held his weapon at the ready and it was a good thing too for a gun was aimed. But Leo despite his stature, was one to ask questions first then act. “Who are you and what are you doing on my TARDIS?” his voice stern, his blue eyes narrowed into a glare “Start.Talking.”

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The Doctor wandered into around the TARDIS console room, deep in thought. She’d already ruled out the Eye of Harmony and the Heart of the TARDIS as the source of the problem, but she didn’t have any more ideas. Did the TARDIS have more computer centers that she didn’t know about? Whatever the problem, she was starting to get hungry, so she walked out into her dorm, closing the TARDIS door behind her.

She was not expecting someone to be there when she turned around to leave.

“Yeep!” she cried. “Who are you?! What are you doing here?!”

Starter for My-Penance

For my-penance

The Doctor’s TARDIS had just materialised. He was looking forward to this trip – something a little quiet and maybe a bit less hectic. After having helped pilot a bus out of a wormhole and stopping the metal stingrays from invading Earth, he needed a place like early 21st century Christchurch.

It was July, so the air would be warm – and so would the sea. The town sat right on the southern coast of England and was surrounded by old ruins. Perhaps someone else’s ghosts would help him forget his own.

After checking his pockets to make sure he had his sonic, psychic papers, and anything else he’d need, he bounded across the TARDIS console room, pressed the door open, and peered outside. The warm July air blew on his face pleasantly, and he slid out of the door, hearing it click softly behind him.

But when he stepped outside the TARDIS, something looked a little different. In fact, a lot of things. Glancing around, he tried to find a focal point, something perhaps with a sign. His gaze immediately zoomed in on a gray stone building. On its awning, a white sign with red and black letters announced that it was the offices of the Broadchurch Echo.

What?

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Charlene was alone in the TARDIS console room while the Doctor was out saving the world like he usually did. She would have gone with him, but he insisted he could do it on his own. He was adamant about it. He had been extremely protective ever since he found out she was pregnant, which was a few months ago. She was bored out of her mind with nothing to do. That all changed when there was a knock at the TARDIS doors. (Here's a starter for you! Thanks for the follow btw! :)

Susan had been very nervous about knocking on the door. She was sure that no one would answer. It was probably just one of those police boxes that people put around to remember the sixties. She needed to know if it was the TARDIS, though. She was at least going to give it a chance before totally abandoning it. So she knocked.

As she waited to see whether or not she would receive an answer, she crossed her arms, staring at the blue box. It looked exactly like all the other police boxes she had tried. But this one had a sort of different feeling about it. One that made it feel as if it was special.

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The Warlock/Other Doctor/War Doctor

He has some nice stuff. His costume is very cool.

Little bit disappointed in his sonic though. Just a little. Was excited at first because it had a red light on the end, and you know how much I like red things. (Apparently someone didn’t though so maybe I can’t say that any more? I dunno.) It also had a red bit on the butt-end, and that was new. However, upon closer inspection, it is literally the Fourth Doctor’s Sonic with the head pulled off and a wee red LED stuck in instead. So, okay, still pretty cool, but I was hoping for a new prop and it wasn’t. Or at least a new head. 

His TARDIS console room though! Oh! Technically not new either, but it bridges the new and the old wonderfully. I imagine that the Eighth Doctor’s console room was - regrettably - destroyed completely at some point so the Doctor switched back to a room with roundels. But the damage to the TARDIS continued so out crept the organic scaffolds to hold everything together. 

But my favourite detail from that TARDIS console room was that the console itself - whilst being obviously the same console - was much, much younger. Nine’s console and sonic both had parts that were made to look like some sort of ceramic/porcelain type material, but old and cracked. Here however we have the same edge to the console, only it’s clean, pure white. It’s new and young. So between the Last Day of the Time War - in which the Doctor regenerates into Nine - and Rose a lot of time has passed. Not long enough for the scaffold (coral-structures) to become no longer necessary, but long enough for the coral to really fill out and settle and grow old, but also for the porcelain material to age and develop imperfections. (Not helped by the use of percussive maintenance.) So judging by the coral and the ceramic and the general state of the walls and floor, it looks like decades pass between The Day of the Doctor and Rose. If not a hundred years. Which is supported in the dialogue, I think.

(“How old are you now?”

“1200-ish. Unless I forgot, or I’m lying.”

400 hundred years older than me!”

The Warlock thinks he’s 800-ish. 100-ish years younger than Six.)

(Also, Night of the Doctor gives us a possible loophole for the regeneration-limit, and since the War Doctor doesn’t think it is odd that the Tenth Doctor seems to think he’s only 900 years old then I’d suggest that perhaps the Doctor has been counting his age from the night that Eight died for Cass and chose to become the War Doctor.)