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I was thinking of listening to some of Alex Mcqueen's work as the master. Can anyone give me a good starting point?
The doctor sacrifices himself/herself to defeat the main villain. Afterwards, this act causes the Master to reform. The galaxy mourns the Doctor's death, especially River Song, who then looks up and sees a mysterious figure watching from afar (the Doctor is alive again!) She grabs the figure's hand and they enter the TARDIS, which dematerializes.
The screen then says, "The journey will never end. Thank you for coming with us."
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The following is a ranking of every TV story from Pertwee's era. Feel free to comment what you agree or disagree with and how you'd rank these stories.
1. The Sea Devils (Possibly the best Master story in Doctor Who as a whole)
2. Frontier in Space (One of the best examples of the range of ideas Doctor Who can do. This story features really well realized political conflict and is the last appearance of Delgado's Master)
3. The Three Doctors (not without flaws but I'm willing to forgive it a lot)
4. Carnival of Monsters (This was one of the first classic stories I ever saw)
5. The Green Death
6. The Time Warrior
7. Spearhead From Space
8. The Daemons
9. Terror of the Autons
10. Planet of the Spiders
11. The Claws of Axos
13. The Monster of Peladon
14. The Mind of Evil
15. The Ambassadors of Death
16. The Curse of Peladon
17.Doctor Who and the Silurians
18. Colony in Space
19. Invasion of the Dinosaurs
20. Day of the Daleks
21. Planet of the Daleks
22. Death to the Daleks
23. The Time Monster
24. The Mutants
Enough talk about who you'd like to see as a doctor. Who would you like to see as the next master?
The Keys of Marinus
The Mind Robber
The Sea Devils
The Pirate Planet
Revelation of the Daleks
The Curse of Fenric
The Night of the Doctor
Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways
Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead
The Doctor's Wife
Fugitive of the Judoon
So I legit just heard my stepdad in the other room say “we need to get the master’s approval” and with how 2020 is going, we should’ve expected this 🤯😱
Here's a list I'm sure won't be controversial at all. Tell me how'd you rank these stories in the comments.
Fugitive of the Judoon
Spyfall (This was such an improvement on series 11 as a whole. Sacha Dhawan is a perfect casting choice for the Master)
It Takes You Away
The Haunting of Villa Diodati
Ascension of the Cybermen/The Timeless Children (I'm aware this one is controversial but overall I found it fun and enjoyable and I think having more Doctors and potentially no regeneration limit is a net positive)
Demons of the Punjab
The Woman Who Fell to Earth
Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror
Resolution (way over hyped for a pretty average dalek story. Still fun. That cringey joke about the family not having internet and having to talk to each other is the worst things that has been in Doctor Who since the farting in series 1)
Orphan 55 (I enjoyed the creature design and whole heartedly agree with the message. That said it could have been better and we didn't really need the monologue at the end to communicate to us the message.)
The Witchfinders (Only really ranked this high because of Alan Cumming and some cool looking monsters)
Praxeus (fun and not really seriously flawed in any way that comes to mind but it doesn't really stand out to me.)
Can You Hear Me? (I get it's about depression and I like a lot of the concepts being played with but it just doesn't really grab my attention as much as I would expect if it was just described to me.)
Rosa. (So so so boring. I agree racism is bad but having a white supremacist from the far future is just depressing and on top of that he's not very well written or interesting and the plot is very predictable and meh. Plus I don't like the idea of the entire civil right movement being dependent on one person. Here and below are what I would consider bad episodes)
The Tsuranga Conundrum (The Pting gets a lot of hate but that was really the only interesting thing about the episode)
The Ghost Monument (The guest cast aren't very interesting, the villain is mostly not present at all, there's no real sense of stakes. It's absolutely gorgeous and really shows off how nice Doctor Who can look but that's about all it has going for it outside of setting up the Timeless Child.)
Arachnids in the UK (Jack Robertson is a cartoonish parody of a bad person but for no real thematic or story reason. The Doctor deciding that the spiders should die slowly and painfully and no attempt should be made to either put them out of their misery or help them just comes across as really cruel and out character. Overall it just does a really bad job at being camp horror.)
The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos (The biggest let down of any series finale. This wastes Mark Addy and feels so boring and half baked. They put the Earth in jeopardy but just because that's the sort of thing Doctor Who does in a finale and it doesn't feel earned. Maybe this bit comes down to personal morality but I think leaving Tzim-Sha trapped in one very confined space forever is way worse than killing him. The Ux are really underdeveloped as a concept. Outside of special effects and the strong performance of the main cast there's not really anything praiseworhy about this episode. If I didn't always want more Doctor Who I don't really see what about this episode would leave me wanting more,)
In the Matrix redaction of the Timeless Child of Gallifreyan history it is clearly shown that Brendan is adopted by two individuals.
With minor details it would be easy to disregard but this seems pretty significant to me, and even if it were not there seems to have been less significant details represented in the Brendan projection.
So I was just wondering who you thought this figure may be, seeing as the only Shobogan we heard about was Tecteun, but it definitely seems as though there should've been at least one other significant figure, Shobogan or not, in the life of the Timeless child.