OMG The idea that your grave is somewhere out there in time while you still live in that moment is terrifying
In tomorrow’s installment the Doc gives his beloved wife a poignant and tender kiss that could signify a final farewell.
Every Whovian on this damn website is morally and contractually obligated to protect the season finale of Doctor Who if the BBC aren’t bothered. If spoilers turn up on your dash, do NOT reblog them or you will suffer a verbal crucifixion, thank (✿◡‿◡)
1. No. Miss Martian is the one who died. The real Marie Logan received a blood transfusion from Miss Martian three days before the incident. In order to protect herself and her son, Marie - once recovered - allowed the world to think that she was dead and took over the Miss Martian identity, having gained shape-shifting and telepathic powers from the transfusion. The violence was Marie’s, who blamed villainy in general for the death of the girl she had come to regard as a daughter.
2. Again, the premise of your question is incorrect, so it’s impossible to answer.
3. I think you mean 1814, right?
Anyway, I would have thought all this was obvious from watching the show. I mean, dude, note the timestamp.
//All of it is canon now.
All of it.
I need a fic on this stat
Last week, I pointed out that the leaf found in Clara’s book was from a Norway Maple…
I thought that might have some significance, seeing as Norway is the location of Dårlig Ulv Stranden/Bad Wolf Bay.
Then, this week, they gave us this leaf…
Decidedly not a Norway Maple. Looks more like an American Sycamore leaf, but I can’t get a really good look.
But WAIT! Look at the tree it came from…
See all of those other leaves? Boom. That tree is a Norway Maple.
Now, I can’t decide if this is prop department error, or deliberate.
And the leaf is important, very important. “This leaf isn’t just the past, it’s a whole future that never happened.” They TOLD us there is a hand at play here.
What fuckery have you been up to now, Bad Wolf?