Fandom: Doctor Who
Word Count: 2036
Summary: Eight-year-old Rory lives a quaint, normal life, until a strange man in a strange blue box crashes into his back yard.
I READ IT the name of the author is Maribor!
For the anon, I think it’s this one: http://www.fanfiction.net/s/8669208/1/Oh-so-it-s-like-Pon-Farr-yeah
No problem! :)
I’m sorry anon, I’ve never seen a fic like that. But maybe one of our followers will remember it?
It is probably on fanfiction.net though. Pretty sure I’ve never seen it on archiveofourown or livejournal.
this is a Amy approved post
HAPPY BIRTHDAY JOSH!
Doctor Who Meme: Four BroOTPs → Rory/ElevenEleven: It’s a lot to take in, isn’t it? Tiny box, huge room inside. “What’s that about?” Let me explain—
Rory: It’s another dimension.
Eleven: It’s basically another dimension— What?
6.10: The Girl Who Waited
How can you be here?
Doctor Who Episode Stills - 180/?
Doctor Who Meme | Four Brotps
Eleventh & Rory [3/4]
Doctor looking at Rory
I’ve come to the conclusion that there aren’t enough stories of the Doctor and Rory, which is a bit depressing because I feel they have a great chemistry and friendship. For those who feel the same, I’ve gathered a collection of fanfics centered around Amy’s favorite boys!
Alive: The Doctor and Rory have a quiet moment of sort of understanding as they contemplate what happened with Idris. Amy joins in when she feels she is needed. Major spoilers for The Doctor’s Wife.
Can’t Run Fast Enough: The Doctor knows he can never run fast enough from his nightmares. They always seem to find him, even if they’re in different forms.
Complicated: Rory reflects on the more-than-platonic, but less-than-sexual nature of his and Amy’s relationship with their Raggedy Man. Sort of gen OT3.
Constant: Rory finds himself struggling to come to grips with his… unique situation, and the Doctor helps him put it into perspective.
Drowning Eleven’s Story: The Doctor was just clumsy enough that it was inevitable he’d manage to knock himself out on something eventually. Unfortunately that something ends up being the edge of the TARDIS pool, while he’s getting in, and he still manages to end up in the water.
Fare: The Doctor cooks for Amy and Rory.
Fishfinger Custard: Just some Team TARDIS silliness in space post-series 5, involving the favourite dish of a certain time-and-space-travelling conniseur and an unexpected kitchen.
I’m Right Here: After the events of The Doctor’s Wife, Rory discovers that the Time Lord is a bit more human than he thought.
I Just Want Her Back: A one-shot of how Rory reacts to Amy getting exploded, as it were.
Just Rory: Wherein Rory is a perfectly competent nurse and the Doctor makes a lousy patient.
Loyalty: What if Rory hadn’t taken the shot for the Doctor? Would the nurse be able to save him?
Moving On: It’s been only hours since Rory was forced to leave the older version of his wife to die. Tortured by the fresh memory, Rory seeks out the man who demanded he choose. The Doctor. A version of what could have happened after our screens faded to black.
Rough Day: A one-shot, set just after “Vampires of Venice.” Rory learns the Doctor’s had a rough day too.
Sleepwalking: After their encounters with the Dream Lord, Amy and Rory are sleeping fine, but the Doctor isn’t. Can Rory reach him before something horrible happens?
Soften the Bad Things: Rory and Amy’s wedding night was everything Rory wanted. What he didn’t expect was waking later to find the Doctor, in pajamas, watching them and trying not to cry. He’s not used to them all LIVING.
Something New: Just a little late night conversation on the TARDIS as Rory feels overwhelmed.
The Doctor and the Nurse: ”You saw what she did today. She nearly died to save you. There’s nothing in the Universe that she wouldn’t give for you, and honestly… that scares me to death.”
The Run-In: Missing Scene-The Doctor wasn’t as good at hiding in “Closing Time” as he thought, and Rory gets some closure.
The Stairwell: Everybody worried about Amy losing her baby. Sometimes people forget Rory lost his baby as well.
The Old Have Bad Dreams: Rory makes a late-night discovery. Takes place in season 6, some unspecified time between Night Terrors and The Girl Who Waited.
Transfixion: After their latest adventure nearly gets him killed, the Doctor goes into a healing trance, but neglects to tell his Companions what he’s up to. Nurse Rory tries to help. Things go terribly wrong.
Unsteady Feet: Sometimes the Doctor should listen to his own advice.