Timelords, Hobbits and me!

canadian-space-agency:

NASA Astronaut Reid Wiseman aboard the ISS: “A single comma cloud covers thousands of miles on an otherwise clear day.”
Credit: Reid Wiseman/NASA

canadian-space-agency:

NASA Astronaut Reid Wiseman aboard the ISS: “A single comma cloud covers thousands of miles on an otherwise clear day.”

Credit: Reid Wiseman/NASA

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cleowho:

"Our lives are different…"

Tomb of the Cybermen - season 05 - 1966

heartoftardis:

Peter Capaldi and the TARDIS. He seems content with her.  

"He sat down in this chair here and… just slipped away."

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[The Master is a] lapsed Time Lord of equal, perhaps even senior, rank to the Doctor. Now on the run from the Time Lords.

Sinister, polished, charming. A manipulator of others for evil ends, with a vested interest in chaos and misrule, which he turns to his own profit.

He will cooperate with any evil force but will readily double cross his evil allies if things get sticky. Completely selfish and ruthless.

Tends to use a variety of roles and aliases, often based on his own title. Masters, Masterson, Le Maitre, Il Maestro. Always chooses a distinguished and affluent role for himself. Uses a naturally dominant personality amounting almost to hypnosis, to bring others under his sway. (But they can sometimes break loose).

A long standing and implacable enemy of the Doctor, he is the force of evil bound to oppose the Doctor’s force of good.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

The Master has a chameleon like ability to adapt to any society in which he finds himself. He will therefore be completely natural and convincing in his various human roles. He must NOT be written as a moustache twirling villain of melodrama, or given melodramatic dialogue; if anything his evil quality should be underplayed, though never forgotten.

Character outline for the Master, c. 1970. (via fuckyeahmaster)

oh my gosh where did you find this???

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