Dream 2/6/17

What better dream than a Doctor Who/Warcraft Crossover?

The dream was so good I intent to make it into Fan Fiction and start outlining it. It won’t be World of Warcraft in it though.

I dreamed I was the Doctor’s Companion and in love with him and it was the 10th Doctor. Now I’ve began to flesh out parts already to make my dream more sensible. I only dreamed that we were sent by a king whose lands were under siege by an evil force to a small desolate village to retrieve some sort of artifact that had been hidden there to save the kingdom. We did not take the TARDIS to the remote village in the mountains, we went by carriage, along with a small company of royal soldiers to protect us. The night we arrive the Doctor becomes sick, passes out and is feverish and delirious. We get him into a bed (the villagers are extremely wary of us and the soldiers) and won’t talk to us, or help us with our “quest,” they say the king abandoned them when their village fell ill (in my dream it was Smallpox but considering the time period the dream took place in, it could’ve been Black Plague) and would not send them any help, so they won’t help the king.

Over the course of the night, a blizzard hits, and the Doctor and I and this small company of soldiers are trapped in the village because the pass we came through it blocked with snow. The next morning the Doctor is out of the bed, looking for his clothes, saying we need to help the king, and find the artifact, but he’s not any better. He’s still sick. I try to tell him we can’t leave even if we had the artifact, because we were snowed in. We didn’t bring the “special blue carriage,” I was trying not to alarm the peasants. Because our modern clothes and the way we spoke, and the Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver, they were already claiming we were wizards and didn’t trust us more than as if we were normal outsiders.

I’m having a hard time convincing him to get back into the bed. He’s feverish, sweating, shivering, babbling nonsense half of the time. I’m really worried about him, and since he’s not human, I have no idea how to treat him (since the medicine is basically 14th or 16th century) other than just rest, liquids, and soup. I hug him and whisper into his ear I love him and that if he dies, I’ll die too.

(Then the phone rang and I woke up.)

As far as fleshing it out and complete spoiler, we get summoned via a message from a clockwork raven, that the Doctor built (during a previous incarnation) and gave as a gift to the king (who will be the grandfather of the king in my dream). The king’s dowager aunt is the one summoning the evil (I’m thinking demonic shadows or something) because she wants the throne for her daughter. (King’s cousin.)

We arrive, discover the kingdom in turmoil, get sent to get the artifact (I’ve no idea what the artifact is at the moment) and though the Doctor becomes ill, it isn’t a sickness but he’s being poisoned by an agent of the dowager queen who traveled with us.

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The Hood

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This is Parker Robbins a.k.a. the Hood. Ever since watching a the TV show Grimm and falling headlong in love with Captain Sean Renard, having no idea for the entire first season if he was a good guy or a bad guy. So anyway I started wondering about villain protagonist stories and books. Villain protagonist is where the main character is a bad guy, think of the Riddick movies. Well I’ve been looking for villain protagonist books and I got to thinking about the Hood. It is funny because I’ve never read the Hood comics, and only know about him through Marvel Puzzle Quest. I figured I’d start with the Hood fan fiction until I could get my hands on the comics… Kinda having a hard time finding the Hood fan fiction. I may have to step up as an ultimate Hood fan. Googling it revealed Twilight Fan Fiction, kid you not. Even if the Hood doesn’t live up to my expectations as villain protagonist, he’ll be better than Twilight.

The Witch Hazel

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Believe it or not, I’m a writer. A self published author even, but I’m not about to advertise my book though. I’ve actually been working on a sort of Raphael Fan Fiction, but not quite. See the character is greatly inspired by Raphael. It is still a work in progress, set in Sword & Sorcery.

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