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[Episodic based fanfiction] The Doctor, traveling around in time and space is violently ripped from his universe and deposited in Equestrian space where he has found that he has regenerated. While in Equestria, the Doctor meets Colgate, a young filly with a brilliant mind. Together they have to defend Equestria from a whole universe of creatures.

Assisted by MrSkiddely

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Comments ( 22 )

So it begins...

Allons-y! ... Or Tally- Ho rather. Seriously though, this is top notch! :pinkiehappy:

Keep 'em coming!


please, do continue


THAT WAS AMAZING. :rainbowkiss:
THIS WAS. JUST. AWESOME! :rainbowkiss:
Thank you for letting me read this! :pinkiehappy:
I eagerly await for the next. :pinkiehappy:

By Luna this is a long chapter, how long is an actual episode?

Any ways, as I have said before, this is great!!

though fudge is it long :rainbowkiss:

I have to admit, that I never grew fond with the Dr. Who series - but this piece of work makes me wish I did.

I couldn' stop grinning while listening to the music and reading the finale :D

will there be fezzes and bowties?

Mountain!!! Hah!
Ok I think this is one of the top doctor whooves stories I've read, let's just see if the next chapter holds up to the expectation.:ajsmug:

Best. Doctor Whooves fic. EVER! Well-written, great work on the villainy and the Doctor, and don't get me started on how much I love a companion who can actually think! Well-done, Colgate, you've moved to second on my Favorite Background Pony list. Brilliantly well-written (I said that already, didn't I?), so please keep up the good work! :pinkiehappy:

Doctor Whooves & Assistant and Doctor Whooves Adventures better look out; there's a new story on the block and it's awesome as hell. :rainbowkiss::ajsmug::yay:
Yes! :yay: I always wondered whether Tally-ho would make a good catchphrase.

1002838 the traditional episode of doctor who is about 45 minutes to and hour long

1004122 Well, traditional... used to be that they were serials, which would be divided into 25-30 minute lumps, and the shortest of stories would have about three of those. A modern 45 minute episode is about as short as a Doctor Who story has ever got.

This story is delicious so far. Love the first... 'episode?,' as you called it. Needless to say, I'm favoriting this. Took a little long to read, but hey, it keeps my sorry ass busy. Overall, no grammer errors, few punctuation errors, and as far as I can tell, this story is perfect; although, the whole TARDIS thing was a bit confusing to my friend who had never even heard of Doctor Who, but it was quickly explained by me and dismissed as a problem. And it was explained later in the story as well. I look forward to future updates. Speaking of which, how often do you think that'll be? I'm assuming a while because of the length of these 'episodes,' but I never know, you may a have had pre-written the first few. I'm going to stop ranting and post this so I can find out the answer more quickly now.

1005219 They will take a long time to make, but I have the second episode outlined. Im now just doing more with my 4 other stories and waiting to hear from EQD. Lots to do, not a lot of time to do it in.

1005342 oh, one more thing. Is nightmare moon basically "The Master?" or is she a one-time kinda thing?

Correction: Slitheen
I'm guessing that's what you meant

This is the best thing I've ever read.

Dang, my last comment didn't post, and I forgot the grammar nazi stuff I typed.:raritydespair:

While this is ridiculously amazing, I try to make it a point to find something to criticize about every fic I enjoy to help it become even better. Here's what I've got so far.
-The exposition dump about the Timelords, while better implemented than most other exposition dumps I've seen, was still rather sudden. The Doctor usually waits an episode or two before revealing about the Time War and how he's the last of the Timelords.
-The Doctor shouldn't be releasing the handbrake. He always leaves the brakes on because he likes the noise they make.

Really, though, those are just nitpicks, and there is something you did in this fic that you pulled off so well, it more than makes up for them. Normally, in stories like this, I'd say that things like instant comprehension of new concepts and casual acceptance of massive paradigm shifts would make for bad story progression. What left me speechless was that, by simply having the Doctor notice these things and point them out, you changed them from bad writing techniques into brilliant characterization! Bravo, sir!

Comment posted by dj-pone3fan deleted Apr 10th, 2014
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