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Reverted End of the World segment Edit
I've over looked at this section of The End of the World, which was reverted for being the entire plot. Maybe I overdid it, but I want to point the fact it has what I like to think of as multiple endings (saving the platform, Cassandra being teleported back AND the Doctor being last of the Time Lords), and that paragraphs 2-4 are only for the last fifteen minutes. Maybe it's still not acceptable (it's probably nothing when put next to The End of Time's final fifteen minutes), but that's my argument, and I've made sure that it's about what the Doctor did. The bit as it currently stands just seems really ommission filled (and she was actually burning them to boost their rivals' shares). -- Tybort (talk page) 20:47, March 13, 2013 (UTC)
- For her first trip time-travelling, the Doctor took Rose to Platform One in the year 5,000,000,000, to observe the Earth when it was consumed by the sun. The Doctor introduced Rose to several aliens that observed the event for "fun", which intimidated her. The Doctor upgraded Rose's mobile phone to speak to her mother, Jackie, five billion years in the past. After the entire platform shook, the Doctor investigated the maintenance pipes with Jabe of the Forest of Cheem. In the platform's air conditioning, the Doctor discovered a metal spider was sabotaging the platform. Jabe captured the spider with her liana.
- The Doctor discovered the platform's Steward was burned to death by a descended sun filter activated by another spider. He found Rose was captured and put in another room with another sun filter descending. He reversed the filter, but the door was stuck. The Doctor asked the spider Jabe captured to return to its master. It walked towards the "last human", Lady Cassandra. Cassandra revealed that the plan was to create a hostage situation with her a part of it to gain compensation to pay for her plastic surgery. After being found out, she used her backup plan, exploding her other spiders to destroy the platform's safety systems. Cassandra and her surgeons teleported away to collect shares in the guests' rival companies, which would have tripled in price once the guests were killed.
- The Doctor and Jabe went back into the air conditioning to cross a path of fans. Jabe held down a switch to slow down some of the fans, but burned to death from the ventilated heat. Making it through, the Doctor raised the forcefield, protecting the platform from destruction.
- After the sun consumed the Earth, the Doctor found the relay for Cassandra's teleport and reversed it, bringing Cassandra back. Without her surgeons to moisturise her, Cassandra's skin graft dried out and exploded, (TV: The End of the World) though her brainmeat survived. (TV: New Earth) The Doctor left with Rose and travelled back to 21st century Earth. He told her of the Last Great Time War, and how he was the last of the Time Lords. (TV: The End of the World)
The thing is, these biography sections for the Doctors are getting way out of hand, and I reverted the edit to prevent the page from turning out like the 10th and 11th Doctor's pages, which are in need of urgent cleanup. The article just doesn't need all that information, as it can be convered in the "plot" section of The End of the World instead. --Revan\Talk 21:54, March 13, 2013 (UTC)
- The current image is in compliance with Tardis:Guide to images. If you have another one to suggest, post it here. Shambala108 ☎ 18:35, January 5, 2015 (UTC)
- I've added a second proposal. I dislike proposal one since it shows the doctor in a manaical state which he wasn't always in. The second proposal, however, shows the Doctor in deep thought and full of regret from the time war, something that was much more prominent in his character in the series. Snivystorm ☎ 16:19, October 5, 2015 (UTC)
Temporary page lock Edit
Based on the recent near edit war regarding whether Nine drinks or not, I am locking this page for an hour so User:BananaClownMan can explain his reasoning here instead of in edit summaries. Shambala108 ☎ 18:05, May 13, 2015 (UTC)
- No reason was given to as to why the information about his character development from Dalek to Parting of the Ways was deleted, so I didn't feel obliged to give a reason for re-adding it.BananaClownMan ☎ 19:33, May 13, 2015 (UTC)
- Except that the issue I am addressing here is whether or not Nine drinks alcohol, and User:Spreee left plenty of explanation in his/her edit summaries as to why your edit was removed.
- When it comes to editing here, we do not speculate or extrapolate beyond what is stated in the stories. If you know of a source that claims Nine has no tolerance for alcohol, then by all means add it. However, if all you have is that he spat out a mouthful of wine, that's speculating. Maybe it was cheap wine...maybe he had orange juice before drinking the wine that made the wine taste funny...I could go on but I hope you get the point. Unless you have read/watched/listened to every Ninth Doctor story, you cannot absolutely state that he has no tolerance for alcohol based only on the scene you mentioned.
Mickey Smith as Comic Companion? Edit
In "The Transformed", Mickey clearly takes on the role of the Doctor's companion, helping him in the adventure and taking a trip with him in the TARDIS. Would this be grounds to add Mickey to the table of the Ninth Doctor's companions in the category of comics?– The preceding unsigned comment was added by Dr. Derek (talk • contribs) .