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Added a few new Master buttons to my store!

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Anonymous: Top five companions? 

Well, I’m not that familiar with quite a few of them (particularly those from the Classic era) but of the ones I do know, it’d probably be (in no specific order):

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Anonymous: ...you mean Simm!Master? 

(re this response no doubt)

I mean all of them

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    A lesson we learned on Series One was that we hardly ever have a red herring, in an Agatha Christie way—we never take the viewer up a story cul-de-sac in order to make them think something’s happening when in fact it’s something else. But there’s a big difference there between your red-herring-story-cul-de-sac and actually having a story which takes you in unexpected directions. And I know that’s because Russell feels that very deliberate red herrings somehow make you distrust the show and the storyteller—they feel as if they’re putting a joke over on the viewers rather than taking them on an exciting story journey.
— Helen Raynor (Script Editor), Doctor Who: The Inside Story (via beeghosts)
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TARDIS, #47 (suggested by doctorwhostuffs)

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Anonymous: There was a question who is your fav Doctor. And who is your fav Master? 

The one who’s obsessed with the Doctor

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What is this thing and why is it on my desk

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Anonymous: Which one is your favourite character from Doctor Who? do you love or hate with passion any of them?. I'm very curious. 

Well, there are characters that I love, and there are characters that I love. The ones who fall into the latter category are: