starjargon: (AmyRory DoctorRiver)
Originally posted by [livejournal.com profile] navaan at "Memento Mori sed Memento Vivere" for Clocketpatch
Title: Memento Mori sed Memento Vivere
Author: Starjargon
Recipient: Clocketpatch
Relationship(s): Clara Oswald & Ian Chesterton
Rating: General Audiences
Word count: 3020
Warnings: Major Character Death
Summary: Clara finally deals with the events of Dark Water/Death in Heaven with the help of someone else who'd learned long ago how to move forward and let go. Spoilers for Series 8 finale. Intense theme, but general audience content.

Memento Mori sed Memento Vivere

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starjargon: (tardis)
Rating: K+
Characters/Relationships: 1st Doctor & Susan Foreman; War Doctor; 9th Doctor & TARDIS; Brigadier; 10th Doctor; Sarah Jane
Word Count: 997
Summary:The Doctor was once just the man who ran away from home to see the universe. But he's become so much more than that since the War.
Written for dw-remix. A combined remix of Atrogirl's stories: Home Is the Place That's There for You to Leave, Survivor, Veteran, and The Weather in Your Eyes, because all were so amazing it was too hard to just choose one. Thank you to [livejournal.com profile] morganfm for the beta.

His young eyes survey this unchosen birthplanet as he prepares to run away, weary of the rules and regulations, disillusioned with neglected power of his people. The stars themselves now summon, beckoning him away from this prison he'd once called home. And when Susan asks where they and his quite old new ship shall go, he replies anywhere, meaning everywhere, giddy with the possibilities.

Perhaps, he hopes,

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43) See Me

Aug. 31st, 2014 12:11 pm
starjargon: (AmyRory DoctorRiver)
Rating: K
Summary:
The 12th Doctor goes to his Ponds when he leaves Clara to choose his new outfit.
Notes: Fair warning, the pain meds are still muddling things on my part, but I think this makes sense, or I hope it does, though I probably should've sent it to be beta'd at the end, but I wanted to get it out before the new episode aired, so there probably are mistakes and things that make no sense, because it takes me thrice as long to concentrate & write at the moment, & it's really hard, but I'll fix it when I'm clearer-headed if it needs it...

Anyway, this is my response to Deep Breath, so SPOILER WARNING if you've yet to see it from here on out.

What made absolutely no sense to me the entire episode of Capaldi's debut (he's amazing, by the way), is that Clara is the one companion out of all of them who had no right to be affected by a new Doctor's face, because she's seen them all, & at the very least 3 that she absolutely remembers. So, she, in my opinion, shouldn't have needed the big adjustment period & especially that phone call from the previous Doctor, which no other companion ever got who hadn't seen multiple forms of him already, that undermined the rest of the "accept me as the Doctor" episode. Amendment to this: I understand the whole "companion is the audience" sentimentality, I just think in this case, Clara should've been the one convincing the Paternoster Gang he was still the same man, using their own lives as parallels, as opposed to them needing to convince her. That said, it's done, whatever, moving on.
Here's a bit of Pond/12 fluff, where he chooses his new outfit. Yes, I know he said goodbye to Amy in Time of the Doctor, but just enjoy the story. Parts of the end dialogue are purposely left speaker-less, because I believe it doesn't matter who says it, they all would or could & you could choose. And again, ignore the medicated rambling of the author, & enjoy. Ooh, and review, if you'd like.




The TARDIS landed noisily as she always did, right into River's back garden.

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starjargon: (AmyRory DoctorRiver)
Rating: K+
Summary: The Ponds learn why the Doctor needs them in his life even when they're learning to live with him less in theirs.


It had been several months since Rory and Amy had seen the Doctor. It was as though he was staying away from them, each visit coming months and months after the previous one.

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starjargon: (Exterminate)
Rating: General
Genre: Hurt, Angst, Tragedy, Introspection
Pairings or Characters: Tenth Doctor, Rose Tyler, Tenth Doctor Duplicate
Warnings: Re: Note Genre; Dark
Disclaimer: The Doctor and all other characters mentioned do not belong to me. No profit made from this work, no infringement intended.
Summary: A different take on why the Doctor had to leave Rose behind in Pete's World with his metacrisis.


She couldn't stay. He knew that the moment
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Amy and Rory were beginning to regret taking up Aunt Sharon's offer of a holiday in the States. They

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They were arguing about their son again- not something very dignified for Time Lords of their status. As one of the ruling families of Gallifrey,

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She had just arrived in Britain- a land as foreign and unfamiliar to her as the comet on which she was born.  They had assured her that her mother had lived here, somewhere.  She knew she would have to be on her guard- her previous… owners weren’t so much a problem nowRead more... )
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All quotes belong to Steven Moffat and the BBC.  No infringement intended.

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A/N- I keep having ideas for River/ Doctor stories, so I decided to make a separate series from the Pond ones for them.  These "shippy" ones will be under the tag "Mr. Song & Mrs. Smith."

Not really sure where this came from, but I like it. Doctor/ River fluff. Explains why River met the Doctor in the Impossible Astronaut, other than the obvious. A little out there when I got to the analogy, but I like where it ended up.

Disclaimer: I know little to nothing about minerals or fish- so I made it alien which fixes everything. I only own the idea, not the characters, which belong to Steven Moffat and the BBC. Please review.

After he left her parents back on Earth, it was not uncommon for the Doctor to seek out River for their own private adventures. They travelled the stars, the Doctor and his new Song, always running, always fighting, nearly always together. Then the time came when they met up yet again, where the Doctor finally realized the inevitable.

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A/N- This idea and then the writing of this story had me in tears, and I thought it only fair you share my pain.  I blame Moffat.  Please review.

All the lights were off in the once cheery TARDIS blue- doored house.  The Doctor half- sonicked the lock, then roughly finished opening the door as he jammed his way violently into the front foyer.  He looked around, all the happy memories still framed on the walls, prized belongings shelved for all the world to see.  As if memories brought happiness. Read more... )
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A/N- In honor of the anniversary, here’s my take on the TARDIS in the Time War.  The File number was also chosen to commemorate the date- not the amount thus far produced.  Written pre- 50th but post “Night of the Doctor.  Due to the nature of the war and the confusion I’m trying to convey, the verb changes are intentional.  The tense changes are used to convey a TARDIS mindset.  Based on Nine’s declaration that he survived the war “not by choice.”  Please let me know what you think.

She saw sees will always see the Great War.  She fights fought will always fight alongside her sisters, her thief as he yields to the call of his people, fighting, killing, deceiving, plotting until he no longer, will ever, can now resemble the man she once stole.  Neither is she the same one who stole had stolen did steal him. Read more... )
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A/N- I just needed some Doctor/ River fluff-  so not especially Amy/Rory/ River Pondy.  Also, who else loved the 50th?  Everyone?! Good- because it was brilliant and amazing, and I loved it and it was funny and emotional and I just needed to share my feelings, so now I’m done with wasting your time on this author’s note.

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Here’s a bit of fluff to balance out the angst of the last few chapters.  Enjoy and review!

Amy enlisted River when she first thought about going into business to sell fragrances and make up.  River, after all, understood the science, and Amy understood the fashion.

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A/N- This chapter mentions a phone call made in the Prequel for "Let's Kill Hitler."  Please let me know what you think.
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