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Doctor Perseus

I'm just a guy who loves to write.



The Doctor suddenly finds himself in the magical land of Equestria and soon discovers that he's regenerated into a pony. As Twilight Sparkle tries to learn more about the Doctor with the help of Spike and Princess Luna, a creature from the Doctor's past arrives in Ponyville with evil intentions.

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Well, that explains that.

Pacing is faster than a bunny rabbit hopped up on caffeine, dialogue heavy and direction is weaving all over the place. Sub-par, at best.

*snaps fingers*

i mean, why else would celestia choose such an out-of-the-way place to hold such an important event


really likin' this though i have a small minor complaint about the writing

for future works, you might want to consider putting paragraphs in, makes it all the easier to read and it flows so much better as well



I might just be nit-picking, but I've never seen a Dalek use contractions before...

Thanks for the feedback. I'm glad you liked it. As for your paragraph advice: technically, each new indentation counts as the beginning of a new paragraph. I can see where you're coming from with what you were saying but I just wanted to clear that one bit up. Also, a new paragraph is formed when a new character begins speaking (such as the Doctor talking in one paragraph and then a new paragraph being formed when Twilight begins talking).

of course you haven't! that cause you can't see words :derpytongue2:

Aha Gaia, another name for earth, brilliant

"Doctor? Doctor...who?" asked Twilight.

the question's been asked

and now there's nothing to prevent shit from going down:twilightsheepish:

and get everypony the hell out of here!"

why doctor, you're starting to get the hang of this:twilightsmile:

mother-fucking river song:twilightsmile:

This is the ending theme for Doctor Whooves.

I like the names the Doctor suggested. I saw Thalia and Hermione and started cracking up then I saw Susan and was kinda sad. You probably know this but Susan is the name of the first Doctors granddaughter and first companion. What made me sad is the fact that the Doctor actually kicked her out of the TARDIS because he wanted her to have a better life, one with a perminate home. Ironically enough that was also a dalek episode.

I immediately thought of that, my fav DW line.

Something interesting to read for once. I'm ony disappointed it will last me one week at most to read most if not all your dr whooves related stories.

I'm re-reading these stories on FIMFiction now to see if they hold up. So far it does. Allons-y on the road of this old favorite.

Cue Doctor Who theme.

Spike's concerns about Trixie seem ironic now after Magic Duel. :trixieshiftleft:

2695994 I thought Susan was a reference to A Town called Mercy where The Doctor says he speaks horse and a preacher's horse's actual name is Susan... And to respect his life choices.

At the time I wrote this, Susan was a random reference to The Chronicles of Narnia. I wrote this prior to the airing of A Town Called Mercy and prior to the time that I began to learn more about the Classic Series and came across the fact that the Doctor's granddaughter was also named Susan. It's funny how one reference can lead into a bunch of others. :twilightsheepish:

2184199 I love it whenever that happens. In fan fiction and the show. :pinkiesmile:

I've forgotten how funny these stories were. Hermione and Thalia! Wait a minute... Thalia. Foreshadowing!

DALEK!!! :pinkiegasp:

Have I've forgotten how exciting these stories can be? No, they're always exciting. :pinkiehappy:

"I promise I'll come back! Don't I always keep my promises?"

Foreshadowing. :twilightoops: What is is about The Doctor that makes people just want to help him?

"I wish Donna were still here!"

Foreshadowing. :rainbowderp:

Looking back on this, this story was a funny and exciting beginning to a series of awesome epic crossover stories. I can totally see some of the directions already here that it would eventually take.

2897352 That just makes it even more awesome. We also never saw the pool in the TARDIS until Journey into the Center of the TARDIS and this preceded that as well. You're like inside Stephen Moffat's head.

Sparks of electricity covered the metallic body of the Dalek as it screamed in agony. Soon the screaming stopped and the fizzing metal body sank towards the bottom of the pool.

Uhm... if you see series one episode 11 "Dalek" the Dalek is completely drenched with water and It still alive

Well, Susan actually returned in the Big Finish audios, on an adventure with the Eighth Doctor. She was even played by the original actress.

Ah. Well Doctor, thanks for interfering with time space!

This is going to be fun

MUFFINS!!! Also, Twilight's actual name is Susan, and she wants you to respect her life choices!!!

The Doctor: prancing around in the face if danger for 50 years

River? Is that? No...that's impossible! Well, maybe not bit STILL!

mmmmm and a nice who :heart::heart::heart::heart::fluttershysad::fluttercry::fluttercry:

lol and good chapter:heart::heart::heart::heart::fluttershysad::fluttercry::fluttercry:

3601869 yeah but this time he drown the dalek so I think that would kill it

4003567 Hmm.. That's a bit strange though, I saw a clip from one of the 'Classic' Dr. Who episode
and I saw this Dalek coming out of a pool of water and he seems to work just fine.

P.S: The Daleks have shields that can stop the Cybermens weapon!! They even says


And I'm pretty sure that shield can take some water

" No No her name is Uptight Soontal" Anyone who gets that earns a cookie.

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