Meanwhile the Doctor looked at the spatial directional stabiliser which was indicating an unusual influx of fractal chronitons. “This should be Deva Loka”, he said. Once the TARDIS dematerialised, he operated the scanner controls and looked at the viewscreen. “No, this can’t be right. This can’t be our Deva Loka.
That looks green. As a jungle would. This is something brighter. Could this be Kobol?”
“It’s colourful, for sure, blue mountains, tall towers, blue trees.”, Tegan commented. The Doctor determined the current time. “This is OtherWorld, Roma’s home planet, within a special parallel flux beyond the normal parallel universes. Only we have arrived here a couple of years early. She has not met us yet. Let’s go and have a look, perhaps we can determine what went wrong and why we got here instead of Deva Loka.”
Tom: [singing] Ain’t gonna sit through this again.
After a brief jaunt to the future timeline (Earth-9910) Bishop wanted to visit, the TARDIS rematerialised in the X-Men’s grounds, and the Doctor went out to give his goodbyes. Bishop had come back with the Doctor, this was his home now.
Having no more reason to stay on within the X-Men’s universe, the Doctor was preparing to enter the TARDIS again, together with Hindle and his companions, who were on the X-Men’s Mansion grounds, playing a little baseball game with the X-Men. The game had stopped as soon as the TARDIS had materialised.
The Doctor told the X-Men that now they were prepared for whenever they might meet the Adversary and the Mara. He hoped to be back there when this would happen someday.
An angry man entered the room in the TARDIS where the X-Men, the Sliders, Hindle, the Doctor and his companions were. “Another parallel version of myself”, he said looking at
Hindle. He was wearing military garb, his hand crouched behind him holding some deadly gun.
(Back in the SOL)
Tom: Who’s this guy now?
Mike: How should I know?
“Hindle!” Adric shouted.
There were two Hindles in the room. The one who just came in had a military beret, but one with some unrecognisable insignia. The new Hindle looked at the Professor – “You! But you were dead.”
“It seems you have mistaken me for somebody else.” Arturo looked untrustingly at the Hindle lookalike. “No, no, I’m Colonel Rickman and I killed you, Arturo a few hours ago! You can’t be alive!” Rickman said. Continue reading Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Director’s Cut fanfic – Part 9→
In the meantime, the other X-Men who went to Ellis Island have
returned, with Xavier who has landed once the galactic blockade was removed.
Professor X, Jean Grey, Rogue, Gambit, Psylocke, Bishop, Shadowcat, Beast,
Thunderbird, Nightcrawler, Colossus and the alien woman Cerise
were present in the professor’s Ready Room. The Doctor and his
companions, together with Hindle and the Sliders entered the room and they sat down.
(Back in the SOL)
All: [singing] Deedle doodle door!
In the TARDIS
After the TARDIS has travelled to Universe-616, the Doctor has entered the co-ordinates of Earth-616, but somehow something is is blocking the TARDIS, as soon as it reaches the outer edges of the Solar System.
Adric said “The TARDIS scanners are indicating a huge facility with thousands of inhabitants, of various alien races, beyond the orbit of Pluto.” “It appears to be a transmat terminus, due to the energies which are being generated there”, the Doctor commented. “We’ll have to materialise there first”
“Doctor, is Earth-616 the same as our own Earth Prime?” asked Arturo.
“No, it is not. I am sorry.” the Doctor replied. Continue reading Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Rewrite of the Original, or The Director’s Cut – Part 4→
(Back in the SOL)
All: [singing] Watch out for that tree!
(PU, a couple of minutes back) Tegan exclaimed “Oh my God, that’s the Mara which had taken control of me, way back on Deva Loka!
Doctor, please don’t let it take control of me again!” (Back in the SOL)
Crow: [Tegan] It might give me a personality or angst or something!
Nyssa said “calm down Tegan, the Doctor will find a way, you know he always does.” (Back in the SOL)
Mike: Funny how most of his solutions rarely work until he kicks the
console. Continue reading Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Rewrite of the Original, or The Director’s Cut – Part 3→
A few days ago, The Doctor, Tegan, Nyssa and Adric were travelling in the TARDIS when suddenly something shook the TARDIS. Tegan was certain that the floor and the walls of the rooms of the TARDIS were melting or even disappearing.
Tegan had just experienced one of her recurring nightmares. She could not understand why she kept having these since she was now free of the Mara, according to the Doctor.
The Mara was a pure essence of evil, a primeval being.
She suspected the Mara was responsible for these dreams. On the Kinda’s world, Deva Loka, the Mara had taken control of her mind for its evil purposes, entering our universe in this way. But the Doctor had found a way to banish the Mara back to where it apparently came from, using a circle of mirrors.
The truth, however, was there was more than one Mara, and more than one kind. After the Federation had been formed, the earliest Mara (or Maras, it is not known) and its own Sumaran Empire had been defeated on Manussa, the Sumaran Empire homeworld, by the Federation’s flagship – the Enterprise – commanded by a young Jonathan B. Archer (the B. stood for Beckett as in Sam Beckett). The Mara was only banished to what the Doctor called the dark places of the inside. But was there one Mara, more than one, or a large number which were inter-connected like the Borg species were? Continue reading Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Rewrite of the Original, or The Director’s Cut – Part 2→
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