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My Life as a Teenage TARDIS

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Review of chapter "Interlude: Regeneration" from Morgomir
Review:
Great chapters. Keep up the good work.
Comments from author:
Thanks. I'm glad that you're enjoying the story.
Review By [Morgomir] • Date [6 May 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Interlude: Regeneration" from CrystalBlaze
Review:
Prisoner. Zero.

It is perfectly in Buffy's character to point out that Zero is the number of exclusion, as in not part of the count. As such, Prisoner Zero is NOT a prisoner and can go anywhere she damn well likes!

They probably won't go along with Buffy Logic (as, to be blunt, no-one ever does) but the principle remains valid.
Comments from author:
Well, maybe Prisoner Zero can go wherever he likes as long as wherever is not private property. Buffy also probably will not like all the people Prisoner Zero is going to kill.
Review By [CrystalBlaze] • Date [30 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Interlude: Regeneration" from AllenPitt
Review:
Has to ditch the "Buffy" name of course. Fluffy? How about "Bunny", as Mrs. Rosenberg once called her.
Gee, so River Song is related to Vi. Weird.
Comments from author:
A little hint: considering what's happened so far in the story, before you start thinking about River, you should think about where Rory is in this chapter and where he is in canon.
Review By [AllenPitt] • Date [30 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Interlude: Regeneration" from AllenPitt
Review:
So.... Amy's aunt is Vi, the slayer? Neat! Hopefully at some point Buffy gets returned to the bottom of the tower at the instant she left...? And gets a better name, of course. "Buffy" is just silly.
Comments from author:
I'm glad you like the story. I won't say anything about Buffy's fate, but yes, the Vi here is the Vi from Season 7, and she will have an important role to play in the story, although she won't be a central character. As for Buffy, of course she deserves a better name: something like Fluffy.
Review By [AllenPitt] • Date [30 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Interlude: Regeneration" from MistofRainbows
Review:
This isn't making much sense with Buffy jumping when she wouldn't need too because Dawn isn't there... blasted time travel.
Comments from author:
At the end of Bargaining Part II, Buffy, caught up in memories of jumping off the tower in The Gift, considers jumping again, and almost goes through with it before realizing that Dawn is in danger (as Dawn has followed her up the collapsing tower). Thus, instead of jumping to her death, Buffy goes and saves Dawn. In this story, Dawn's off time-travelling, so Buffy jumps off the tower to her death only to land in The Doctor's swimming pool in the TARDIS's library after he's just regenerated into 11. Why the Doctor ended up there, where Dawn is and what's up with Amelia and Vi are up in the air, but, as far as Buffy's storyline goes, we're just following the plot of the original series right up until she lands in the TARDIS
Review By [MistofRainbows] • Date [28 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Interlude: Regeneration" from CPTSkip
Review:
Time travel often makes my head hurt. But this update also made me laugh a lot. I have so many questions, but I am going to be a good boy and patently wait for you to write more and answer them for me. Or else.

You have a deft touch with Doctor 10 and 11 versons and Amelia. I love Amelia Pond, thanks for tossing her and Buffy together. Nice job. Please write more.
Comments from author:
I'm glad that you liked the chapter. While I find 10 a bit tricky to write, I actually find 11 and Amelia incredibly easy to write. Somehow, they both seem to naturally say practically every one of the lines I want them to say. It's nice.

Anyway, this story should make your head hurt. It took me almost a whole afternoon of sitting around figuring out just how Dawn's presence might twist events to figure out how things should go. Even then, I'll probably have to revise my outline at some point.

Thanks again for the kind review. I'll try to get the next chapter out as soon as I can (although I might have to write some of Gods, Gates and Keys first, as I've been neglecting it lately).

Best Wishes. :)
Review By [CPTSkip] • Date [27 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Interlude: Regeneration" from CageFire
Review:
Ok, great new chapter. As usual, I'll be looking forward to reading more. :)
Comments from author:
Thanks. I'll look forward to providing more as soon as possible. :)
Review By [CageFire] • Date [27 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Interlude: Regeneration" from VillageOrchid
Review:
Very twisty. Hope it leads to some good stuff for newly revived Buffy. Certainly seems to already be changing Amelia's time.
Comments from author:
Wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey is the plan. As for Buffy, I think that getting away from Sunnydale for a bit will be good for her. Of course, it may not be good for Sunnydale.
Review By [VillageOrchid] • Date [27 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Interlude: Regeneration" from MarcusSLazarus
Review:
The jump forward's a bit confusing- and where's Dawn at this point in the Doctor's life?-, but the idea of Amy as Vi's niece DOES sound interesting...
Comments from author:
Well, it's Doctor Who, so temporally complicated is the name of the game. This chapter takes place only a handful of days after the last chapter in Sunnydale. As for where Dawn is, that would be a spoiler. Things are going to get a bit temporally complicated in this story, and these interludes are essentially going to continue showing up every three to five chapters with a glimpses of the Eleventh Doctor's adventures until Buffy and Dawn's timelines start lining up again. Hints of Dawn's fate will show up in the Buffy interludes, although, as usual, unless forced, the Doctor will not talk much about his previous companions unless prodded. Also, note that, for the moment, Buffy only knows that the Buffybot travelled with the Doctor; she knows nothing about Dawn. I felt that the story needed to go this way, as otherwise, without Dawn in Sunnydale, Buffy gets turned into a pancake when she jumps off the tower a second time. I guess that I could have come up with something else, but this felt more natural then somehow warping Bargaining.
Review By [MarcusSLazarus] • Date [27 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Phoning Home" from (Current Donor)Shieldage
Review:
Going off one of Speakers' stories. http://tinyurl.com/6s43zya ...

Please have Tara realize they need to dig Buffy up before starting the spell? One more person's perspective can change stuff for the better :)

...

Cool
Comments from author:
I'm not going to spoil the next chapter for you, but I do want to thank you for pointing me towards Speakers' stories. They have given me some interesting ideas.
Review By [(Current Donor)Shieldage] • Date [26 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Phoning Home" from Luhh
Review:
You know, if you do resurrect Buffy, it would be kind of cool if you got Dawn to bring her along with the Doctor. It would be a way for her to escape Sunnydale and heal. And would be super fun having her on the TARDIS and being all disapproving of the Doctor's matchmaking =D
Comments from author:
I think that I may yet surprise you. Buffy will definitely be super fun, and will have an interesting healing experience. However, I really doubt that anyone will guess the precise healing experience I have in my mind. Fun times are ahead. =D
Review By [Luhh] • Date [26 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "The Matchmaker Bot" from aeraveil
Review:
This one had me chuckling. Very Doctor Who. Now, you need his Tardis and Dawn start teasing the doctor about how if he expects them to produce baby Tardises, then who is going to pilot them huh? They need proper captains and crew after all. Get on with it! Then watch the blushes commence.
Comments from author:
Well, this would be funny, but how is he supposed to "get on with it?" There are no time lords left, although I guess he could try cloning.
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That and remember, no genocide is ever complete. Remember the Daleks? No matter how many of the buggers he kills, they always keep on coming back. Plus, I think the Rani is still out and about somewhere. Even if they hate each other, for the sake of repopulating their race, they might let their hatreds slide a little for that. Or they could trick each other or something.

Then you probably might have little half-Time Lords running around, I mean even if the Doctor was celibate, renegades like the Master probably, certainly wouldn't be. There would be enough Time Lord genetic material from those crossings to create 'pure' or nearly pure time lords, but heck. Even if there wasn't, a legacy race of sorts wouldn't be a bad coda for the Time lords.

Make em 'Time Guardians' or something, so they won't get stuffed heads. Also, remember how River Song was conceived? That could work as well, slowly rebuilding the Time Lord race into something other than a bunch of loony-toonie PSTD poster children.

Once he gets his head out of his behind, he could start finding those remnants and hiding Time-Lords (some of them would have seen the writing on the wall and bugged out before Gallifrey became time-locked and probably the Doctor's own overwhelming guilt-self hatred blocks out their telepathic signature), then get the looms back up and running and poof. Captains and crew members for the Tardis'
Comments from author:
I hadn't actually thought of bringing back the time lords, but now you are giving me ideas. Hmmmm... thanks a lot for the good ideas.
Review By [aeraveil] • Date [25 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Phoning Home" from CageFire
Review:
Great new chapter, keep up the excellent work. I'll be looking forward to reading more. :)
Comments from author:
I'm glad that you enjoyed it. The next chapter is one I've been looking forward to for a while, so it should be up soon.
Review By [CageFire] • Date [25 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Phoning Home" from MistofRainbows
Review:
It's nice of Dawn to call. It makes the parental units a lot happier.
Comments from author:
I agree. Once she figured out that she was probably going to be gone a while, she almost had to, although she could have also avoided the issue as long as possible. I think that either approach would have been in line with Dawn's character.
Review By [MistofRainbows] • Date [25 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "The First Date" from Runewolf
Review:
Very neat. I had wondered how the 'date' would go.

It makes complete sense that the Doctor might have a sketchy idea of what a romantic dinner entails. That fits his character well. The whole traffic light imagery is also slightly absurd, which fits the whole scenario nicely.
Comments from author:
I'm glad that you liked the date.
Review By [Runewolf] • Date [10 Apr 12] • Rating [9 out of 10]
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