zeldathemes
I'm a mad man with a box, WITHOUT a box

My indie RP blog of the wonderful Eleventh Doctor. Open RPs for any member of any of the Supernatural, Sherlock, Merlin, Glee, or Doctor Who fandoms; feel free to leave starters in my ask. Looking especially for a Rory roleplayer, and maybe an River if I'm lucky.



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lichgem:

dearnonacepeople:

Reblog if you’d watch a show or movie with an asexual protagonist

Especially if the asexual protagonist isn’t a thin, able bodied, rich white male ‘genius’ whose asexuality is portrayed as a symbol of his superior control over ‘baser human urges’

I waited for you.

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mygenocidalgallifreyan:

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"Well, I mean, the TARDIS could fly. She doesn’t do it a lot, but she could. Do you wanna give it a spin?"

"Why use the TARDIS, Doctor, when I have wings myself!" She laughed, extending her large wings and giving them a few flaps, and with that, she was airborne. She smiled, soaring around and doing loop-de-loops. She loved flying. It made her feel free.

"Yes, but the TARDIS is safe. The problem with flying with the dragons is-" The Doctor stopped when he realised he was talking to no one but himself. "Be careful!" He shouted to the sky.

"Of course!" She shouted back, laughing and she swooped down over him. "I’m always careful!" She soared back up into the sky, right above the nearest cloudbank, when she had an idea. She chuckled to herself, and folded up her wings, mid-flight. She flipped around, diving straight for the ground. When she emerged from the bottom of the clouds, she let herself fall. She loved doing this. Free-falling. The best feeling ever. Before she hit the ground though, she unfurled her wings, to slow herself down. She hit the ground and rolled, standing back up. "Ta-da!"

The Doctor watched in awe at Rose as she flew around the vast terrain. She landed gracefully, and he sighed. “Always careful, huh? You have no idea how many people have said that to me. Not a single one of them were careful in theit entire lives.”

She frowned, and walked over to him, hugging him gently. “I know. But I promise, I will be. Even before I took off, I scouted the nearby patch of sky for dragons. And when I knew it didn’t have any, only then did I fly.” She said, looking up at him. “I’ll be safe.”

He smiled a little, glad she was prepared. The Doctor lead a life majorly without being careful, and it was so uncommon to find someone who actually took the time to double check.

"Hey, Doctor." She said, tapping his shoulder. "What’s… that?" She said, pointing to a small, black and silver sphere on the ground.

"It looks… remarkably familiar." He muttered, crouching down to get a better look at the sphere. "I mean, it looks a little similar to that of the Toclafane, but I don’t think that’s it. I’m not exactly sure what it is, honestly."

"I think it’s a dragon egg!" She said, rushing over to it and kneeling beside it. "And, if I’m correct, this is a Windwalker.."

The Doctor’s eyes widened, surprised at her knowledge. “Y-yeah. Windwalker. They’re gorgeous. One of the fiercest fighters of all the dragons. Speaking of fierce fighting, where is this egg’s parents?” The Doctor looked at the other dragons either in their nests or searching for food. This egg, however, was without an owner.

"I think this little ones parents may have been driven away.. Poor thing." She said, gently running her hand over the egg. "I think it’s close to hatching, actually."

"We should watch over it, you and I. The little guy might need nice parents." The Doctor smiled, before realising what he had just said. "Wait. Not like that, I mean- people to look after it. Or, things to look after it, not specifically people. I, uh… yeah." He shrugged awkwardly, feeling embarrassed as he had that one time he managed to crash Britney Spear’s ninth birthday party instead of her nineteenth one. "I think you know what I mean."

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badwolfrun:

The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances requested by rebel-on

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"Well, I mean, the TARDIS could fly. She doesn’t do it a lot, but she could. Do you wanna give it a spin?"

"Why use the TARDIS, Doctor, when I have wings myself!" She laughed, extending her large wings and giving them a few flaps, and with that, she was airborne. She smiled, soaring around and doing loop-de-loops. She loved flying. It made her feel free.

"Yes, but the TARDIS is safe. The problem with flying with the dragons is-" The Doctor stopped when he realised he was talking to no one but himself. "Be careful!" He shouted to the sky.

"Of course!" She shouted back, laughing and she swooped down over him. "I’m always careful!" She soared back up into the sky, right above the nearest cloudbank, when she had an idea. She chuckled to herself, and folded up her wings, mid-flight. She flipped around, diving straight for the ground. When she emerged from the bottom of the clouds, she let herself fall. She loved doing this. Free-falling. The best feeling ever. Before she hit the ground though, she unfurled her wings, to slow herself down. She hit the ground and rolled, standing back up. "Ta-da!"

The Doctor watched in awe at Rose as she flew around the vast terrain. She landed gracefully, and he sighed. “Always careful, huh? You have no idea how many people have said that to me. Not a single one of them were careful in theit entire lives.”

She frowned, and walked over to him, hugging him gently. “I know. But I promise, I will be. Even before I took off, I scouted the nearby patch of sky for dragons. And when I knew it didn’t have any, only then did I fly.” She said, looking up at him. “I’ll be safe.”

He smiled a little, glad she was prepared. The Doctor lead a life majorly without being careful, and it was so uncommon to find someone who actually took the time to double check.

"Hey, Doctor." She said, tapping his shoulder. "What’s… that?" She said, pointing to a small, black and silver sphere on the ground.

"It looks… remarkably familiar." He muttered, crouching down to get a better look at the sphere. "I mean, it looks a little similar to that of the Toclafane, but I don’t think that’s it. I’m not exactly sure what it is, honestly."

"I think it’s a dragon egg!" She said, rushing over to it and kneeling beside it. "And, if I’m correct, this is a Windwalker.."

The Doctor’s eyes widened, surprised at her knowledge. “Y-yeah. Windwalker. They’re gorgeous. One of the fiercest fighters of all the dragons. Speaking of fierce fighting, where is this egg’s parents?” The Doctor looked at the other dragons either in their nests or searching for food. This egg, however, was without an owner.

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mygenocidalgallifreyan:

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"Well, I mean, the TARDIS could fly. She doesn’t do it a lot, but she could. Do you wanna give it a spin?"

"Why use the TARDIS, Doctor, when I have wings myself!" She laughed, extending her large wings and giving them a few flaps, and with that, she was airborne. She smiled, soaring around and doing loop-de-loops. She loved flying. It made her feel free.

"Yes, but the TARDIS is safe. The problem with flying with the dragons is-" The Doctor stopped when he realised he was talking to no one but himself. "Be careful!" He shouted to the sky.

"Of course!" She shouted back, laughing and she swooped down over him. "I’m always careful!" She soared back up into the sky, right above the nearest cloudbank, when she had an idea. She chuckled to herself, and folded up her wings, mid-flight. She flipped around, diving straight for the ground. When she emerged from the bottom of the clouds, she let herself fall. She loved doing this. Free-falling. The best feeling ever. Before she hit the ground though, she unfurled her wings, to slow herself down. She hit the ground and rolled, standing back up. "Ta-da!"

The Doctor watched in awe at Rose as she flew around the vast terrain. She landed gracefully, and he sighed. “Always careful, huh? You have no idea how many people have said that to me. Not a single one of them were careful in theit entire lives.”

She frowned, and walked over to him, hugging him gently. “I know. But I promise, I will be. Even before I took off, I scouted the nearby patch of sky for dragons. And when I knew it didn’t have any, only then did I fly.” She said, looking up at him. “I’ll be safe.”

He smiled a little, glad she was prepared. The Doctor lead a life majorly without being careful, and it was so uncommon to find someone who actually took the time to double check.

"Hey, Doctor." She said, tapping his shoulder. "What’s… that?" She said, pointing to a small, black and silver sphere on the ground.

"It looks… remarkably familiar." He muttered, crouching down to get a better look at the sphere. "I mean, it looks a little similar to that of the Toclafane, but I don’t think that’s it. I’m not exactly sure what it is, honestly."

for-the-sake-of-dreaming:

mygenocidalgallifreyan:

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"Well, I mean, the TARDIS could fly. She doesn’t do it a lot, but she could. Do you wanna give it a spin?"

"Why use the TARDIS, Doctor, when I have wings myself!" She laughed, extending her large wings and giving them a few flaps, and with that, she was airborne. She smiled, soaring around and doing loop-de-loops. She loved flying. It made her feel free.

"Yes, but the TARDIS is safe. The problem with flying with the dragons is-" The Doctor stopped when he realised he was talking to no one but himself. "Be careful!" He shouted to the sky.

"Of course!" She shouted back, laughing and she swooped down over him. "I’m always careful!" She soared back up into the sky, right above the nearest cloudbank, when she had an idea. She chuckled to herself, and folded up her wings, mid-flight. She flipped around, diving straight for the ground. When she emerged from the bottom of the clouds, she let herself fall. She loved doing this. Free-falling. The best feeling ever. Before she hit the ground though, she unfurled her wings, to slow herself down. She hit the ground and rolled, standing back up. "Ta-da!"

The Doctor watched in awe at Rose as she flew around the vast terrain. She landed gracefully, and he sighed. “Always careful, huh? You have no idea how many people have said that to me. Not a single one of them were careful in theit entire lives.”

She frowned, and walked over to him, hugging him gently. “I know. But I promise, I will be. Even before I took off, I scouted the nearby patch of sky for dragons. And when I knew it didn’t have any, only then did I fly.” She said, looking up at him. “I’ll be safe.”

He smiled a little, glad she was prepared. The Doctor lead a life majorly without being careful, and it was so uncommon to find someone who actually took the time to double check.

for-the-sake-of-dreaming:

mygenocidalgallifreyan:

for-the-sake-of-dreaming:

mygenocidalgallifreyan:


"Well, I mean, the TARDIS could fly. She doesn’t do it a lot, but she could. Do you wanna give it a spin?"

"Why use the TARDIS, Doctor, when I have wings myself!" She laughed, extending her large wings and giving them a few flaps, and with that, she was airborne. She smiled, soaring around and doing loop-de-loops. She loved flying. It made her feel free.

"Yes, but the TARDIS is safe. The problem with flying with the dragons is-" The Doctor stopped when he realised he was talking to no one but himself. "Be careful!" He shouted to the sky.

"Of course!" She shouted back, laughing and she swooped down over him. "I’m always careful!" She soared back up into the sky, right above the nearest cloudbank, when she had an idea. She chuckled to herself, and folded up her wings, mid-flight. She flipped around, diving straight for the ground. When she emerged from the bottom of the clouds, she let herself fall. She loved doing this. Free-falling. The best feeling ever. Before she hit the ground though, she unfurled her wings, to slow herself down. She hit the ground and rolled, standing back up. "Ta-da!"

The Doctor watched in awe at Rose as she flew around the vast terrain. She landed gracefully, and he sighed. “Always careful, huh? You have no idea how many people have said that to me. Not a single one of them were careful in theit entire lives.”

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mygenocidalgallifreyan:

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"I’ve heard rumors of a planet with a race that look like dragons. Could… Could we go there? I’ve always wanted to see dragons." She she confessed, looking up to smile at The Doctor, her arms still wrapped around him.

"Dragons it is. Although don’t call the dragons to their faces, they’ll practically breath fire. Well, literally breath fire, I guess. That, too. Careful, cause their breath stinks a little. Don’t tell them I said that." He began ranting, feeling suddenly awkward in Rose’s embrace. Not that he didn’t like it, it wasn’t that, but he just felt… feelings. Lots of feelings. It confused him.

She giggled and let go, bouncing up and down slightly. She was excited, very excited. “Of course I won’t. Their proper name is The Draconus, I believe.”

"Yeah. Draconus. Beautiful creatures, they are, but a tid bit on the grumpy side. Not all of them, of course. Stereotyping isn’t cool. Speaking of cool, how do you feel about bowties?" He asked her, reopening the TARDIS doors.

"Bowties are cool." She chuckled, walking to the door with him. "Shall we, Doctor?"

Yes we shall, Rose. Yes we shall.” He grinned, stepping into his time machine with grace. “To the planet of the Dracons!” He shouted, pulling a switch and several levers.

She laughed aloud as the TARDIS shook and spun. Within a few moments, they both arrived at the planet. “This is it. We’re here. Dragons… wow.” She giggled, almost squealing with delight.

The Doctor whipped open the doors, skipping out of the TARDIS eagerly. Dracons flew around them, gracefully soaring from location to location over the vast grassy landscape. “Isn’t it beautiful?” The Doctor asked calmly.

She gasped, a huge smile on her face. She watched this new species with wide eyes, till she whispered, “Amazing… Absolutely amazing. Seeing them fly around like this, it kinda makes me want to join them up there.”

"Well, I mean, the TARDIS could fly. She doesn’t do it a lot, but she could. Do you wanna give it a spin?"

"Why use the TARDIS, Doctor, when I have wings myself!" She laughed, extending her large wings and giving them a few flaps, and with that, she was airborne. She smiled, soaring around and doing loop-de-loops. She loved flying. It made her feel free.

"Yes, but the TARDIS is safe. The problem with flying with the dragons is-" The Doctor stopped when he realised he was talking to no one but himself. "Be careful!" He shouted to the sky.

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Curious. Reblog this if you don’t mind having multiple threads with the same person.

deanbitchwinchester:

All of the threads

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"I’ve heard rumors of a planet with a race that look like dragons. Could… Could we go there? I’ve always wanted to see dragons." She she confessed, looking up to smile at The Doctor, her arms still wrapped around him.

"Dragons it is. Although don’t call the dragons to their faces, they’ll practically breath fire. Well, literally breath fire, I guess. That, too. Careful, cause their breath stinks a little. Don’t tell them I said that." He began ranting, feeling suddenly awkward in Rose’s embrace. Not that he didn’t like it, it wasn’t that, but he just felt… feelings. Lots of feelings. It confused him.

She giggled and let go, bouncing up and down slightly. She was excited, very excited. “Of course I won’t. Their proper name is The Draconus, I believe.”

"Yeah. Draconus. Beautiful creatures, they are, but a tid bit on the grumpy side. Not all of them, of course. Stereotyping isn’t cool. Speaking of cool, how do you feel about bowties?" He asked her, reopening the TARDIS doors.

"Bowties are cool." She chuckled, walking to the door with him. "Shall we, Doctor?"

Yes we shall, Rose. Yes we shall.” He grinned, stepping into his time machine with grace. “To the planet of the Dracons!” He shouted, pulling a switch and several levers.

She laughed aloud as the TARDIS shook and spun. Within a few moments, they both arrived at the planet. “This is it. We’re here. Dragons… wow.” She giggled, almost squealing with delight.

The Doctor whipped open the doors, skipping out of the TARDIS eagerly. Dracons flew around them, gracefully soaring from location to location over the vast grassy landscape. “Isn’t it beautiful?” The Doctor asked calmly.

She gasped, a huge smile on her face. She watched this new species with wide eyes, till she whispered, “Amazing… Absolutely amazing. Seeing them fly around like this, it kinda makes me want to join them up there.”

"Well, I mean, the TARDIS could fly. She doesn’t do it a lot, but she could. Do you wanna give it a spin?"

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Happy Birthday, Jared Padalecki! (July 19, 1982)

Turns out camp runs later than expected. I might have to go on hiatus for a little bit, than answer on weekends. Sorry.