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dont-u-think-he-looks-tired:

penguintim:

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penguintim:

10/11 paralells: murder+genocide

Remember when genocide and killing were things that the Doctor frowned upon, and would only do with a heavy heart? Remember when the Doctor tried to talk the villains into doing the right thing? Remember when the doctor had morals?
£500 says that Moffat never watched The Doctor’s Daughter. Oh but wait, he did request that they re-write the ending for Jenny to come back to life, in order for him to do fuck all with the character. But in retrospect, that’s probably a good thing.

Er… you do realize that 11 is a completely different regeneration of the Doctor than 10? Because.. get this…. different personalities include different moral laws!!!! Wow!!!

Except that while other incarnations of the Doctor committed murder and genocide, none of them enjoyed doing it, or enjoyed forcing other people to do it for them,

sorry i couldn’t help this, really, but did jaredplecki say different moral laws? you did right i’m not just reading that wrong right.

Because funnily enough that “Moral Law” has remained unchanged since the first Doctor, the only one to have different “Moral Law” was the Valeyard and 11. like penguintim said no other doctor would have enjoyed pushing off the genocide of a species to others, they would have at least hesitated, and offer them a chance. 

great examples when the 4th doctor had the chance to erase the daleks from existence. When the ninth doctor had the chance to wipe out the daleks. what does it tell   you when all the other doctor would go through great pains but this one 11 didn’t?

OOC? his actually the Valeyard? Where actually watching Moffat Who and not Doctor Who?

here are other times that the doctor had a chance to destroy the daleks but didn’t due to his “MORAL LAWS”where the Doctors couldn’t kill the daleks due to his “Moral Laws” (aka Moral Code) but didn’t, and couldn’t  [X]

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Russell T. Davies talks about one of the key characteristics of the Doctor.

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Not forgetting this man today, because without him we probably wouldn’t be here today celebrating the 50th the way that we are - with DW being an international phenomenon. So thank you, Uncle Rusty! 

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The Lego Movie (2014) Dir. Phil Lord & Chris Miller

Your home, Bricksburgh, is one of many realms in the universe. There’s also this one, Pirates Cove, Knights Club, Vikings Landing, Clown Town, and a bunch of others we don’t even mention. Lord Business, or as you think you know him, President Business, stole the Kragl, the most powerful object in the universe…

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penguintim:

10/11 paralells: murder+genocide

Remember when genocide and killing were things that the Doctor frowned upon, and would only do with a heavy heart? Remember when the Doctor tried to talk the villains into doing the right thing? Remember when the doctor had morals?
£500 says that Moffat never watched The Doctor’s Daughter. Oh but wait, he did request that they re-write the ending for Jenny to come back to life, in order for him to do fuck all with the character. But in retrospect, that’s probably a good thing.

This!!!! This id why I do not like Eleven! Nine would get so fucking angry about genocide. Ten destroyed the career of a friend because she fired on aliens that had surrendered. But Eleven destroyed the Universe. For Amy. For someone we know hardly anything about.
And Jenny. She is probably the biggest mystery of the revamped series. Do people not realize there is a kind of Time Lord runnig around the Universe?! Where does she go? What does she do? Does she regenerate like a Time Lord? Does she keep the same form? What the fuck?!
And why does Moffat have so much trouble killing people?! He needs to sit down with George RR Martin for “writing quality women for mysoginists” and “how to kill a character in two easy steps.” (Hint:the steps are “kill the character” “leave them dead”)

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I don’t believe The Doctor is a character who would be able to begin adventuring again a day or so after he (believed himself to have) annihilated his own species. He’s a man who goes into hundred-year sulks when his friends leave him, after all, and that seems like losing a toothbrush by comparison to his experiences in the Time War.

yes one of these things DOES seem inaccurate, hmmmmMM

why do some people reason backwards? Yes one of these two things is OOC, and I give you a hint : it’s the sulking one, which btw was written after what we saw as the Doctor’s reaction/coping with the Time War’s end, two regenerations after even! 

I….I don’t get how people can see those two events in the Doctor’s lives and come to this conclusion. The most logical one would be : ”I don’t believe The Doctor is a character who would [sulk for two hundred years on a cloud because he lost his best friend of the moment who decided to not listen to him and wanted to be with her husband]  He’s a man who goes [on and learn to live again even when he goes throught horrible things in his life like the Time War]  after all, and that seems like losing a toothbrush by comparison to his experiences in the Time War.

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