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PostSubject: Arrival or Crash Landing, depending on your point of view.   Tue Jan 29, 2013 7:56 am

The moon was hanging low in the sky which caused the trees to cast long shadows that stretched and melted into one another. The place was utterly still, saving for the odd flicking roar of a car somewhere far off into the distance.

That’s when it happened.

It started simply enough. A neat square patch of grass began to bend as if a great weight was bearing down on it although to the naked eye one could not discern any such force. Then the stillness was suddenly broken by a sharp, alien noise. A whirring sound which could only be described as a mixture of some sort of synthesised alarm system crossed with an intergalactic whales moan. Then a seemingly, inconspicuous blue police box melted into view. Blink once and you would have missed it materialising out of the vortex of time and space. Blink again and surely you’d have convinced yourself it had always been there and you were just in desperate need of sleep.

The night returned to its tranquil harmony, well just for a moment until it was once again broken by the muffled sounds of a male voice coming from within the alien contraption. The little wooden door suddenly unlocked with a click and a jerk. The man who stepped out into the night from within at first glance seemed unremarkable enough. His soft brown hair was tussled and he wore a snappy blue suit, a white shirt and a red tie which matched the red pinstripe which ran through his suit. To protect him against the night’s chills he donning a light brown overcoat which if anyone ever asked him was given to him by Janis Joplin. He cast a quick glance around the park, seemingly satisfied and turned back to the box, calling out as he leaning into it – “I’ll be back in a bit.”

Who was this man who wore an easy smile as he took a little key from his pocket and locked the police box? A man who turning back to greet the park again bounced on the grass using the balls of his feet from within their burgundy trainers and breathed in deeply, his eyes reflecting the emerging stars themselves.

This was the Doctor.

Doctor who?

When people ask him that and they often did and he’d simply reply with a little shrug and a charming grin, just the Doctor.

He was alone again, companion-less as he continuing his journeys in the TRADIS his Time and Relative Dimension in Space machine, the last in existence. It was probably better that way anyway, he liked to be alone. No one to interrupt his thoughts, question his motives, he was just free to drift. Besides in the end his companions never really understood him, they always expected more than he could give. It would end up sticky, tangled like too much spaghetti on a plate, but humans were like that. But humans, ah he’d always liked them. They had such potential in a similar fashion his own now extinct race once did. They were curious and tenacious like Time Lords except they made a lot of stupid mistakes, which he guessed, was to be expected by a race so young. They could be both brilliant and stupid in the same moment and that made for never a dull moment when in their presence. They were just the kind of refreshment he needed after everything his last adventure.

The Doctor slipped his hands into his pockets and started off down the path, whistling a jaunty tune to himself as he went. What new adventures would this particular planet in this particular dimension have in store for him?
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