Tardis

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Winning was a poem contained within the anthology Now We Are Six Hundred.

Plot[]

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References[]

  • The Master's hypnotic abilities are referenced.

Notes[]

  • This poem focuses on the Master's personality.
  • This poem is written in first person from the point of view of the Master, but the Doctor has some speech at the end of the poem.
  • The illustration of Missy holding a baby was inspired by a conversation between Steven Moffat and Russell T Davies. The plan follows that Moffat would have ended his era of Doctor Who on a cliffhanger in which Missy told the Master and the Doctor that she was pregnant.
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